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No title [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929

''Last night, wlien I watr.'t looking at him, Edward stole a kiss !' 'What did .you do?' ?'I didn't' look at him again during the whole evening.''

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

St. Hilda's School SOUTHPORT. Charcb of England Grammar School for Girls. For prospectus and all particulars apply— WINIFRED L. FITTOCK. BA. ?frlnclpal. K. B. PRICE SOLICITOR. BARNES' CORNER, (Opposite Post Office), SOUTHPORT. Visits Nermng every Tuesday; But lefch eroj Wednesday afternoon. *PHONE 453. WHEN THERE IS CARRYING TO BE DONE KINGSTON IS THE MAN TO DO IT. A. P. KINGSTON. ?Phone 3. — StntasilniL 'Your food doesn't do you any good if Ac the end of the day's work, relieve nervous tension before eating. Wrigley's will refresh and tone you up —so you're ready to enjoy your food. * Wriglcy's helps digestion, cleanses the teeth, removes all traces of eating ot smoking— and sweetens the breath. HEADACHE ? ? Hie First Symptom ot Every Vara ol Disease Headache* are bat symptoms of other ailments to which they are merely sympathetic, such as Indi gestion, Biliousness, Constipation, or some other irregularity of the system. Headache is an everyday occurrence with many people, and in i...

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Pier Pavilion THIS SATURDAY John Gilbert in "The Cossacks" [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929

Pier Pavilion THIS SATURDAY John Gilbert in 'The Cossatks' This Is the picture of the month, based on the famous novel by I*o Tolstoi, Real Cossacks are in this picture. Most !pictiines have to ido with love, of course. But it haa remained to John Gilbert, more or less noted as a lover, to inject a new Idea into this IhErte that screen drama is made of. This idea — and it is an intensely dramatic and thunderously powerful one — Is to be seen in 'The Cossacks.' 'But thene is still another element of love In it; one that lends itself to more powerful drama, and that is the love of father and son. It fc the love that drives a father to abso'utely t«|rtur» his son until tbe boy Is bent to his ideals; the love of a strong fighting man that becomes almost a fanaticism under, the stress of emotional turbulence. Still, through it runs the sweetest love story in the world ; the romance of a boy and a girl tossed hither and thither by the resistless tide of af fairs. Gilbert, as the swashbuck...

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

ENGAGEMENT NOTICE WEEKS—HARDIE.-Katherine Eliza-   beth Weeks, of Kingaroy, to Wil- liam Auchterlonie Hardie, of South port.        

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FOR THE MOTORIST MOTOR MEN MEET SOUTHPORT R.A.C.Q. MONTHLY BUSINESS BUDGET. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929

fiSSgl ?' - ;rjaggS-'5'f:'.i.p.; s.g. -;-.-s.g :- -J :: =-a-=-=*=.^S J FOR THE MOTORIST C. ? -?--.. MOTOR MEN MEET ? XK ? SOUTHPORT RAC.Q. MONTHLY BUSINESS BUDGET. Gratification at the action taken to build a bridge over thej Coomera River »as expressed by President E. M. Watsh at a committee ir.eeting of the Southport and Dbtrjct Branch of the R.A.C.Q, the othenevenlng. It was decided *» J''1^1*,'^ Roads Boaitf expiating the thanto and congratulations of the club on its Action. The WaterfeW Shire Council wrote asking the dob's suppoatt in an ef fort to have the Main Road* Board take over the troad from Waterlora to Beenlefch, to connect with the main Tambourine (road from Wate* fond to Kingston, It was decided to ascsist in any way possible, and Mr. tl. Biggs was ajJpototed to represent the club on a ceputation with tbet ob ject in view. The president was appointed to represent the club at the annual Anzac Dinneii on 26th April. Arrangements wene mode to mar* with orrows the turnin...

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THE DE SOTO SIX [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929

THE DESOTO SIX The lcn* awaited De Soto car has now made Its appearance In Queens land and various models are beinjc displayed In the fbowiooms of. the Sueensland distributors— Stradbroke otcrs Limited, 419 Adelaidcstreet, Brisbane, near Petrie B%ht. Beaiine the stamp of Chrysler de t!gn, \et differing In many re-pect* from other Chrysler models in sppear ance the new lie Soto Six enters the low priced fix c- linden) Held. It is ft:lku*3ly beautiful in appearance with low speedy Kt.es and It is claim ed that its r*rf°iroance ?» untsua'.iy biilllant, particularly In sccelerolion. 7he engine is smooth arid silent and the control.% steering, etc., call for the minimum of drivsc effort. Chrysl*1 engineering features have te;n closely followed in the mjdianl cal end; in aplt*eranee, however, it Is distinctive, although having the hish, narrow jrciator with Us 'nar- row profile.' It has a special d-si?n cf mudguards and short running bc&rdb a special tapered rnouldine on - top of ...

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NORTH STREET, GOSPEL HALL. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929

NORTH STREET. GOSPEL HALL. Breaking of Bread— 11 ajn. Sunday School- 2.30 r.ip. Gospel Meetlrut— 7 pjn.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929

De Soto Six PRODUCT OF CHRYSLER g-ejofo Nothing it to unmistakably the ultimate among can of iU class. It is so obviously a car of character and breeding — generously endowed with every attribute that spells greater value — a car that could come only from a maker with the broad experience and great resources of Chrysler. If your interest is (focussed on the field of low-priced sixes, be sure to see and ride in the new Oe Soto Six. 5-Seater Touring Car Compl.t.withSp.reTyre.Cowl jO Q 7 *7 Lamp*, and Lovejor Hydraulic jZjLJ L L Shock Abtorbera Delivered Brisbane dealer EARL MOTORS LTD. STRADBROKE MOTORS LIMITED 419 ADELAIDE STREET, BRISB NE UMMMMMJM^^9Ea^B^M^n£!ffll The 'PLYMOUTH' CHRYSLER'S NEW FOUR CYLINDER MODEL. IS NOW AVAILABLE. The striking improvements are Immediately noticeable. It setst an entirely new standard in can design. A 'Four' that acts Ilka a ''Six' Price £26S WATCH FOR THE NEW MODELS. 65 AND 75 AVAILABLE SHOKi'LY. Local Dealers: The Southport Motor & Parking...

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NEXT TUESDAY. "When Duty Calls" [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929

NEXT TUESDAY. 'When Duty Calk' The theroe deals with a man who fc dischaiged from the fire brigade, be caose of his old age. Through th- pleadings of his daguhter to th; superintendent, he is given a tbeO.y test whereby he may return to his old job. How he failg in the test, but proves himself in a big theatqe file will hold one entranced until the last fl.cker. «Th« Kind's Wsbway' Romance, thrilling scenes with J«l loping horses and Mchway itobberiei exciting climax.

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Pier Pavilion THIS SATURDAY Eleanor Boardmen in "Diamond Handew[?]" [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929

Pier Pavilion THIS SATURDAY Eleanor Boardmtn in 'Dia-nonrf Handcnffco 13 literally thre» pictures in on?, though e?ch' of the tHree episodes deals with a priceless but ominous diamond which moves through ea:h sequence as the centre of events. It commences its career of tragedy In sun-narched Africa, scars more souls in glittering co-mopolitan society, and then plunges into the grhn shadows of the undeil-world of .an other, continent : This unique picture is Wre entertainment., arl an un usually bl; cast of screen pottbi'lf'S. ?The Heart of A Nation' Three families emigrate to New York, from Russia. Genmany and Italy The panents retain all thev lo\-ed of the old country, makn* no effort *o become Americanised, while the chil dren grow up to be typie=-l youij? Arrericans But the w-ai come- rlong ? for a brief moment rnd their children enlist. To jjo further would spoil j'our enjojToent of this masterpiece but you can see the possibilities.

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Social News [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929

:i ft |! Social News ; :? ? il Mr. George Waugh Igave an enjoy eblo tea part* at Ike Daffooil on Monday morning, and the table wes beatulfied with bowls of gei-beno. Mr', and Mrs. J. C. Heusner. (Julia Oneek) and Mi*. Fred Heusner (Bris bane), who ore motoring to Sydney, -were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Little (for the week-end Mr. and Mrs. Bostock and femtty (Ipswich) are spendiak a few days at tbel« cottage. Mimosa, Esplanade. Mr. and Mrs. X Mulligan and family, who have been spending several weeks at Kensington, have iMurned to Bris bane. Mr. and Mrs. Simmonds ane at Nat ney, whdre they Intend spending a rnontli e Mr. and Mrs. S. Packer and Miss Packer have returned to Toowoomba. Miss Jean Savage, who has been the guest of Me. and Mrs. James Dowrie at Ca-»nyle fcf a few days, has re turned to Beenletgeh. Mrs. Madngton, who has Keen the ruest of Mrs. Petch (Brighton Parade) has returned to Ptttsworth. M4 and Mis. Greenbuiy and family are spending three weeks at Waveney. Mr. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929

Pier PAVILION THIS SATURDAY ELEANOR BOARDMAN, la Diamond Handcuffs The story of a diamond that en circled the earth, heapinz tragedy upon trafeedy. — And — ?EORCE SIDNEY, with PATSY RUTH MILLER. In Heart of a Nation A picture with a mind appeal— he$t appeal— son! appecl ! Plan at Theatre. Those 344 NEXT TUESDAY Wfren Duty Calls A story of the love and :a~- of the file-flghters. — And — The King's Highway EASTER THURSDAY DOLORES DEL RIO. in REVENGE — Also — CARL DANE, in Rookies Try Our Prices First YOU CANNOT. DO BETTER . THAN BUY FROM W. R. Smith CASH & CARRY GROCER, NEWSAGENT ; AND STATIONER THE CHEAPEST HOUSE IN TOWN AND ? ' THE PLACE FOR THE BEST SERVICE Having talen over the Newsagency arid Stationery Busi ness of MRS. M. A. JACKMAN, near the Railway Station. I wish to advise that in conjunction with same I am run ning a CASH AND CARRY GROCERY STORE. A FEW OF OUR CASH AND CARRY PRICES ARE:— IXL Tomato Sauce, lid.; IXL Preserved Fruits, 1/ ; Rice, 3%d, IK ; 21K Packet Se...

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NOT ALONE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929

NOT ALONE (By C. D. Grant) Who can be lonely lnthe Bush? The marpie's call at dawn's firjt flush. The clouds that float with lovely jgrace Ccross the shining of God's icce. The biid-calls — they're the seia phim. The swaying tires— the cherubim. Here waits a joyous company If we but lift our eyes and see.

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IN THE REALM OF SPORT With the Rifle [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929

I w» IN THE REALM OF SPORT # ft ? -^ ??, ? ; '? ? ? ??«.-. ? \ With the Rifle B The third round of the B ciade W aeries of the L*an and Albert Dis ? trtct Rifle Clubs' Union fixtures was ¥ fired on the Beaudesert rifle range I range on Saturday, March 9, Three 1° teams competed, Beaudeaert winning I ' 8 points Beenleigh 2, and Coomera 1. I J. P. Sullivan (Beaudesert)top scored I with 94, and O. Hamck with 93 was I next best score for the day. Points I - won in Uas year's futures in the B I grade are as follows: — Beaudesert, 8; I Beenleigh, 6; Coomera, 4. I Scores:— BeaodeMrt 300 BOO Tl. J. P. Sullivan ? 44 60 94 R Smith ? 40 BO 90 \- J. S. Wearoe ? 41 49 90 F. Hallorf ? 39 48 87 Dr. W. A. Beet ? 44 43 87 U. A. Durrand ? 39 44 83 ~B3X Counted out : R. Blunck, 36, 42—78. Beealofea V. Haack ? 42 51 93 U- T. H. Buhmann ? 41 48 89 [ A.E.Lobrisch ? 36 48 84 A. K. Wilkie ? 34 49 83 \y — X D. Radke ? 36 46 82 p F. Williams ? 33 46 79 eio Counted out: A. Hornburg, 38, 40 -78. ? '-' W. H. He...

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SOUTH COAST MOURNS THE HON. J. G. APPEL DEAD NOTABLE QUEENSLAND PIONEER FINE CIVIC AND POLITICAL CAREER. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929

SOUTH COAST MOURNS THE HON. J. G. APPEL DEAD NOTABLE QUEENSLAND PIONEER FINE CIVIC AND POLITICAL OAREER. Divitioa Belb will rlag no mar* for the Hon. Job* George Apeel, an a., fe, Albert, who anawerea the final coll of all at 4.30 o'clcek M Taajday mornlnft leavian a record of urvke and achievement thit few can equal and probably none excel A treat, broad-minded, big-hearted, elear-ilaMed, far-seeing man cone to bit reward. Hie. heart wm as tender as it was- strong, and beat with a ready sympathy for the poor and needy. Even In hi. list illness bh thoatahts were «ot of himself, bat of those mom he had been asked to help. / .. ? ? ? '. . ? With him no sail went naaMwered nor duty unfulfilled. Ho was the gaiiie, philosopher, and Mead of many and went his thtery, help '.' fal way loving and loved by «br community, and so a community monrna bis pasting. ? The late Mr. Appel was taken ill on .February 15 last while hoUdaying at Us Southport homo, whare It wa3 his custom to sUy when Parli...

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Team for Tweed Heads. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929

Team for Tweed Head* The following team will represent the Logan and Albert DfeUSct Rifle Clubs' Union versus the Richm.nd and Tweed District Rifle Club*' Union in a friendly match on the Mur « ilium bah rifle, rar^ge en Saturday, 23rd Instant, at 1 pJa : — E. L. Free man (capt1.), W. Pascoe, J. Boyd, C. Hiliier, W. F. Smith F. Forster and E. Stewart (Southport); A. H. Ste guud, L. V. Scegaard (Werang); S. F. Proud (Cocmera). Coaches: A. S-e- par.rd and J. Dowrio (Southp-.r.).

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929

H. J. F. Lougheed, (Late HOLDEN BROS.). HOUSE & COACH PAINTER. SIGNWRITERS. CAR ENAMELLERS. ?Phone 285. Agents for RIPOUN ENAMEL. SCARBOROUGH-ST, SOUTHFOKT. Regnant Picture Cbcatre - Direction: THAMS BROS Where the Siett Sticturea are Shown SATURDAY, MARCH 23. the Wife's Relations Featuring Shirley Mam and Ben Tarpia. A' rollicking corrrdy of demeetic complications. — And — HEART TROUBLE Featuring Harry Laag(foa« Also, a Good Comedy MONDAY, ilAKCH 26. The Daredevils Reward Featuring Tom Mix — And — D*v!d Rollins aed) Ntaoy Drexel PREP AND PEP A Comedy Drama of Youth and the makng of men in a tenons military school Also, a Good Comedy WEDNESDAY. MARCH 27. Taking a Chance Featuring Rex Bell — And — Finger Prints Featuring Louise Faienda WHITE'S YOUR DRAPER TOBRALCO We have just opened our first ship ment of New Season's Patterns of this Popular Fabric in — Plain Colors Floral Designs Spot Patterns Marie Effects 38 inches wide All one Price 2s 6d yd. White's for Values

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L. and A. Shoot [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929

L. coil A. Shoot The third round of the Logan and Albert C grade rifle fixtures was fired on Saturday on tho Southpoi.t rifle range. Conditions were good, cod some good scores wane registered, the best of, which was three men with a total of 95 each. Soutbport team JVgain were the winners and are now in an unbeatable position with 13 points; Beenleigh, 13 points; Tweed Heads and Coolangatta and Wale: fond 8 points each; Nerang, 2 points. Scores :— ? Soutbport 200 500 Tl. H. V. Miles ? 44 51 95 C. Hiliier ? 46 49 95 W. F. Smith ? 44 tio 94 L. Ellis ? 42 50 92 W. Scarborough ? 44 47 9) WwMackey ? 44 45 ba 556 Counted out :— G. Black, 42. 38—80. Beenleigh G. Lubinger ? 47 48 95 A. WilUe ? 42 52 94 a Stewart ? 41 52 93 & E. Carter ? 41 50 91 E. Fels ? 44 45 89 W. Caltaghan ? 42 44 E6 548 Counted out : C. Suhr, 42, 44—86.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929

rrrrrrm rrn 1 1 1 n i in n i r. 1 1 n i n in i n 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 11 xi n ti in ri 1 1 1 n in rn i n 1 1 it 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 uiTrturrn tr 1 A TALK TO ADVERTISERS. : Horse Shoes For Luck are vogue at Weddings and over racing stable doors, but will not help to build up your sales volume. ; Business success or *'luck' as jealous : rivaU call it, is the product of wise plan nine, a square deal policy of service, and : ADVERTISING. ADVERTISING keeps the public informed : of your business. Such, knowledge breeds Confidence and Goodwill. An expenditure ' ?: in advertising will prove an interest-bear- : ing investment. Get the facts from 'The South Coast Bulletin.' I A WORD TO THE WISE I A list of advertisers from 'The South Coast g Bulletin' in your handbag or pocket is the g ^st 'Horse Shoe' you can c*rry for 'luck' g in buying. An advertisement is an in- ; M vitation. I Shop Where You Are Invited To Shop % § Issued by The Australian Provincial Press Association. LOOK! If you think we...

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Southport Club's Monthly Shoot [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929

Soatbport Clab'* Moathl. Shoot The March monthly competition will be fired this week-end. 23nd and 24th. Ranges- have not yet been decided. Bancicaps ere :— H Hovard 6, A. Soe feaard 8. J. Dowrie 10. R. M, Pidd 11, E. L. Freeman 8, J. L. Bailey 14, W. Scaiborpugh 14, E. A. Bailey 11, J. Boyd 8. J. Thome 8, G. Black IS, R. Akes 8, W. Dennis 8, W. Pascoe 8, H. Lougheed 9, E. Stewart 11, W. Smith 7. G. Ellis 15, E. D. Andrews 12. W. Mackay 12. a V. Miles 14, C. Hllller 8. Les. Ellis 12. A. Thorne 24, J. Pritchard 35, Ken. Lahrs 22, S. Dud dan 35, F. E. Stewart 20. H. Richard fon 28, E. Mallinson — . 11 Forster. — , R. Black 31.W. Hicla 15, N. Kretsch dar 35, E. H. Stewart 18.

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