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Surf Life Saving EXTENSION SCHEME ADOPTED [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929

Surf Life Saving EXTENSION SCHEME ADOPTED The honorary secretary of ths Point Danger branch, S.L.S. Associa tion of Australia (Mr. S. W. WIndeis)( who visited Sydney with thi surf team, reports that as the result of ronferences held with the various sec tions of the life savin? movement in that dry a scheme has been tentative ly adopted providing for an extei«ioa of the activities of the Surf Life saving Association of Australia to North Queensland, and, possibly. South Australia. Three clubs have been affiliated In the vicinity of Townsvlle, and the first inter-club competition under Surf Association rules will be held at Magnetic Isirnj during the Mrthcomin* Easter, holi days. The executive of the asKCla tion had agreed to increase the grant to the tetam from £10 to £25, and to guarantee a sum of £20 for propa ganda work In addition to other con cessions, makinj? a total of approxi mately £55. The Board of Examiners nt head centre had agreed also to em body in the new handbook of ...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Surf Thrills TREACHEROUS CURRENT LIFE SAVERS AT BYRON BAY [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929

Surf Thrills ? :o: ? TREACHEROUS CURRENT ' LIFE SAVERS AT BYRON BAY ExciMag incidwrts marked the lint coDtost for the Beaaett Cap, whioh mt oonaneaood at Byroa Bay oa Saaday, aad spectators witaatsed the seaMwbat naasaal spectacle of five leaai* of life savers ia active oaeratiew to heavy (arf assUtiag their oom radn to safety aftor feeing car ried away by the ourreat. Happily the incidents were not at tended by any injury to the partici pants. The test events for the cup, which was presented to the Point Danger branch of the life-coving Surf Association by Mr. B. Bennett, of Mucwillumbah, comprised the march past, rescue and resuscitation com petition, and alarm reel race, for which seven teams had entered. Over 60 fully-quoltfied life-savers partici pated in the match past, the clubs represented being Ballina, Mowbray Park, Tweed Heads and Coolangatta, Oudgen Headland, Southport, Byron Bay, and Kirn*. The jucfees. Messrs George Shambrook and J. E. Grey, had a difficult task in sep...

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Southern Fruit Markets [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929

Southern Fruit Markets The Commltteo «f Llrection of Fruit Marketing, market leports:— MELBOURNE, by wire. March 19.— Bananas, anticipate no altfl.-atior. on last Friday's- prices, which were: — Special 28/ to 30/; choice, 22/ to 27/; standard 16/ to 21/; pineapples, smooth 8/ to 12/; passions, halves 5/ to 7/; aisles, 8/ to 12/; pears, 7/ to 10/; pe-ches, 5/ to 7/; plums, 5/ to 7/; grapey, 7/ to 14/; tomatoes, 7/ to 16/ per bushel. SYD.N'EY, by wiie. March 19.— Ban- anas, special 31/ to 24/; choice, 22/ to 28/; standards, 12/ to 17/; pine ?P'e. 8/ to 16/; plums, 3/ to 8/; ? peaches, 3/ to 6/; grapes, white 3/ to 9/; bio r. 3/ to 10/: pears, 8/ to 14/ per bushel; apples, dessert, 10/ to 16/. cookers 7/ to 12/; tomatoes, 6/ to 10/; passion fruit, 10/ to 20/.

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Sparkling Tennis at Southport Carnival Brilliant Moon Seen at His Best Local Stars Enhance Their Reputations Wet Weather Intervenes—Minor Matches Unfinished [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929

Sparkling Tennis at Southport Carnival Brilliant Moon Seen at His Best Local Stars Enhance Their Reputations Wet Weather Intervenes— Minor Matches Unfinished Uniettled weathed somewhat marred Southport*s sixth annual tennis carnival, necessitating as it did the postponement of some of the ivenU. Apcrt from that, the tournament, -which has become the annucl featute of Soutport, was bghly succeuful. Although the entries were fawer than lest year, the sUncUrd of the play was decidedly superior, and the spectators were g'iven a feast of tennis from the opening rounds to finals of the big events. Most of Queensland's leading players were Inclutod amonfl the visitor*, and the competition for the South Coast championships »as keen and exciting. The outstanding attraction was E. F. Moon, who it times excelled himsetf.'and played briUiant Urtnl:. Competent judfles define his exhibition against Hooper as one of the best he has played. Hooper, who piayed consistently well, was only able to cap...

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Coomera Supreme IPSWICH OUTCLASSED SATURDAY'S CRICKET MATCH [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929

Coomera Supreme ? :o: ? IPSWICH OUTCLASSED SATURDAY'S CRIOKET MATCH ^ By the decisive margin of 101 klins, 1' . the' Ipswich representative cricket I learn was beaten en the first innings' I play against Coomera on the. North j Ipswich lesenve on Saturday. . One cf -? the principal reasons for the visifrg i colts' success was that the team'ecn ' tained a few good all-rounders, who '/ played up to their hiet' standard. Fcf r' instance, R. Oxenfoitl, in sddltion to $ compiling a brilliant '69 in the open ' , inn innings cf the day, took re'cntl sj ! '' toll of the Ipswich men's wickets — six , wickets at the Insignificant cost of J 19 runs in the first innings, anj. in * ' the second two of the four Ipsw'ch i wickets, which went to the bowlers, / at the expense of eight runs. Bamb { ling, though less dsadiy with the tall than usual, was ona cf Cooroera's strongholds as a sccipr, nnd his 55 J, 'with RL Oxenfora in the first innings , was an Invaluable effort. Further, I ? tb» whole tea...

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Helping Themselves PAY FOR COOMERA COUNCILLORS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929

Helping Themselves - ? ;v. ? PAY FOR COOMERA COUNCILLORS In these days when eterjb^dy ..— ., wznts to be pzi& for services ren- ? . deren, members' of the Coomera . ' . . Shire Council think that their ', work for the ratepayers is worth c at least a guinea a sitting, and at ? ? Tuesday's meeting ' decided that „'? , it should be so. What the rate- ; ' payers think remains. to be seen. il .The Council was not unanimous ^ '?] on the question, but the majority -'j ruled. The opposition to tne pro- ? i] pcs.-l was not on the groumli 'fl that the councillors were undt- t «l serving of payment, but that the . .1 matter should be submitted to . _*? ,1 the electors first. ,.' \ JJ My time is valuable, said Cv. Cur- Ffl rey, in moving the motion, and I ha\« 'i'l no doubt that the time of other mem- ';] bers sittinjg here Is as valuable as 'J mine. I am here n«prescnting the ;3 ratepayers, and I consider iny time , | hdre is as valuable as that of any __, . ; I one of them working in...

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CONQUERING COOMERA CRICKETERS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929

CONQUERING COOMERA CRICKETERS. Standing : W. S'ganto, G. W«Uon. J. Oxerford R. Edwards, G. S'gsnto S'tting: R. Oxenford, W. Foxwell, F. Oxenfc**. L. Otenfcrd, C Whalle-y. N. BanibUnr.., ^ ., »-3. --

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AGRICULTURAL ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929

AGRICULTURAL ITEMS According to Government figures. Canada .produced 138,026,8011b. of fac tory cheese during 1927, 96,0563931b. of that total being produced in the province of Ontario. Keep bleeding stock growinte until mature, and then keep them in thrifty condition always.' Excessive fat i* quite as disastrous to successful breeding as the lack of sufficient feed. ? ? ? The heavy milking cow needs more salt to keen her fit and profitable than does the cow that is dry, but neither can canrv on successfully if there is a thortaga of salt or salt equivalent in the (rations. ? ? ? Dairy cows sire individuals .with varying taUes, hence £eneral rules cannot fit all animals in all bends The successful - dairy fanner who feeds profitably .knows hrs cows' likes tnd dislikes, and studies their m'o juc tiw. ... '?' . »???'*.' Canada exported milk and milk pro ducts to the valun cf 18,482,518 dol lars in the first eight months of 1928 Oheese (6U43,OO01b., valued at 1L3C9.448 dsllais) he'ded ...

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IS DAIRYING "FOOLPROOF." POSITION OF MIXED FARMER [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929

IS DAIRYING 'FOOLPROOF '.' POSITION OF MIXED' FARMER A debate was recently o ga-.lscd by the Wem (Salop) Young Fara-era* Club, on the question of -grass v.' mixed farming. After keen discusslot. the 'mixed farmers' won'hy' a largfc majority, says the Fanner and S'ock breedec. ? Mr. Stechen Ward, who farms.cbout 1500 acres in Shropshire, edvocated' 'mixed' farming, and referred. ,.to. dairying as the 'foolproof' line of agriculture. It might almost be s3ii that they could nor go wtamg with it. If they wei)o prepared to- take oi T kind of life which almost amounted to renal servitude. It was a qctst'CT of milking 14 times a wee!:, or. tccoTd Ing to Mr. Boutflcar and other ex perts, 21. It was an easy m t er. nowever, to overdo it, and become too dependent on Imported foods ftr the nvtfntenrnce cf stock ca the farm. ' TTe 'rrlxed' fanner was the tir j.est rational asset from .several r'irts of view. It might be rai?, that the labor was-.unecoror.lc; cer tainly tho actual wanes were 105...

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HIGH PRODUCING COWS PROBLEM OF MATING [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929

HIGH PRODUCING COWS PROBLEM OF MATING Herd improvement associations in cthe United States are creating a de mand for better bulls (says Head's Dairyman). Dairy farmers who own herjds averaging from 3501b. to. 5t01hv fat, are confronted with a piob'em which the good pure-bred breeder must solve. These men are usring where they can buy a proved bull that, when mated with seuch cows, will produce daughters that will equal or excel the records of thei.' dams. Officials and officers of dairy bieed associations who have been following the influence of herld Improvement associations, appreciate very keenly that cyutematic wank- must be done to locate and to breed bul-s capable of begetting daughters that will pro duce from 3501b. to 5001b. fat. One of the best and surest ways to secure proved bulls is bv testing the entire herd *nd eliminating the. low producing cows. It is next to im possible to lm)-rove tho dairy the entire herd and eliminating the low producing cows. It is next to impos...

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For the Man on the Land PRODUCTION OF GRADED MILK ENGLISH SCHEME REVIEWED [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929

For the Man on the Land | ggwumimmm ? PRODUCTION OF GRADED MILK ENGLISH SCHEME REVIEWED 'The- Production of graded milk in England was Initiated during the war when the ministry of Food allowed ' certain vendors of special quality milk to command a hgher price. After the war a permanent scheme was established whereby special licenses were granted to faimers, who had their herds tubercular-tested, and whoso farm budldinfes and equip ment were Improved up to a ceita'n standard.' stated Mr. H. R- White head. M-Sc, of the Dauy Research In stitute, Palmerston, North, in a paper I' tead before the recent Science Con gress in Auckland. Various changes in* the regulation had occurred Upm time to time, and at present the following grades of raw milk were fcecogniaed :— Certified milk, which is produced from tuberculin-tested cows and bottled on the farm; the milk contain ing not more than 30,000 organisms per cubic eentirr.eOre with bulllus coll absent in 1-10 ex. Grade A. (TT)-, milk, which...

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

There's no Bunkum ABOUT OUR GOODS— ? | They're all Dinkum , OUR BKEAD IS IN EVERYBODY'S MOUTH. ?EAT PIES ARE GUARANTEED SAUSAGE KOLLS JUST THE THING FOR LIGHT LUNCHEONS J, E. MARRABLE, BAKER AND PASTRYCOOK SCARBOROUGH ST., NORTHSIDE, SOUTHPORT. 'PHONE US. CHILLY WINTER APPROACHES ! WOOP5' HOT PIES j MEAT OR FRUIT. Have the desfred effect of warminjr and stimulating the ' whole system. Watch for the Cart and secure roar supplies. Pastries, Cakes, rnd AH Other Refreshments of the Highest Qual ity on Hand. REFRESHMENTS AT ALL HOURS. CHOICEST FRUIT AND VEGETABLES. H. ii. WOODS, THE WHITE CAFE. NERANQ STREET, — SOUTHPORT. 'PHONE 375. ''**' ^HHPmmmmmmmmmmmVOmmmmmMmmmmmmBH ^^^^?^?^_Mtpaus to come to Uie nqhtpface-Tl^^H ^ f( Exquisite Neiul^3! iTRliONiAlM /I . PHONOGRAPH ^%* ^ 11 V 33».f«jlii36»tc.f;22«D««pt Sk«. anl, „ .». II ?;»«?-? («*1 Aallt ,,n=i. ImZ uud fl K» tkttriullgr iapnaa! meat*. Fn» X14/IS', XI -* 0 DOWN ^'~' MONTHLY looi.-mJ i. «3«2»i, ?UK (Up. 1 FTBEITTOM 'WITED i _ i:'T T-»...

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FOUR COMPLETE PLANTS WHAT EACH STUDEBAKER CONTAINS SERVICE IMPORTANCE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929

FOUR COMPLETE PLANTS WHAT EACH STUDEBAKER - CONTAINS SERVICE IMPORTANCE The Stndebaker Corporation gives to buyers four complete manufactur ing plants which operate while In motion up to 80 miles an hour; and generally speaking, an of them ^g .-„ charge of an operator who knows nothing about how they work. The plants are: — L A complete plant for transmit tine raw fuel at varioi* temperatures Into the highest grade of fuel gas, and burning It. r 2. A complete electrical plant manufacturing, distributing. »torWK and controlling electrical power; 3. A completo power, plant— taking from gas detonation*, power to oper ate all the nest of the equipment, in all sorts of weather an other condi tions. 4. A complete tianspdrtatlon equipment, more complicated than any railroad with no set schedule to allow of conversation capable of filling constantly changing demands. No engineers, oilers, or electricians to watcH every operation — the car must stand on its own, and every part must be thorou...

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Monday's Play. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929

Monday'. Play. South Coast Men's Single. Chzir. plomhip.- Se:ond round; H. N. W'l son v L. Thvrkw, e-3, 7-5; J. Giin stead v S. Decker, 6-2, 4-6, 6-3. Semi finals : E.F. Mcon v J. Grinstead, 6-2, 6-4; J. M'Grath v Wilson, 6-4, 5-7. 6-2. Final : Moon v M'Grath, 6-2. 6-0. South Ccast MtaH Doable* Cran ?ionship.— First rt-und : W. T. Asutin and W. R. Clark v E. J. Hallidav and F. C. Amies, on fdrfelt. Second round : E. F. Moon and L. Tburlow v Austin and Clark, 6-0, 6-2; S. Ee 4c:r and Si Howard vMJ. SulUvan and R. J. Owen, on forfeit; M'Grath and C. S. Hoopeii v R. V. Hope and E, Pear son, on forfeit. Sxni-fmals; Moon and Thrfriow v S. Foreman and A. U Thams, on forfeit; M'Gmth and Hooper, r Dedker and Howard, 12-10, S4. Final: Moon and Thurtow'v M'Grath and Hooper. 6-1. 6-1. Soath Coast Laai«s- S'agHs Cham pionship.— S:ml-fir»l : Mts3 S. Moon v Miss A. Hvipsr, 6-2, 7-5. Fnal: Miss E. Hood v Miss Moon, 6-4, 6-3. S-nti- Cout ITUec Doubles Cham, pioasnip — First Round : S. Decker and Mi...

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Left Unconcious MAN STRUCK BY CAR [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929

Left Unconcious KAN STRUCK BY OAR Leslie FYsncis (38), who comes from Tamworth, was knocked down by a motor car on the Tugun road about 7.15 pjn. on SattinSay. The motorist who; it appears, was travelling towards Brisbane, after striking Francis drove on, leaving the vxtbn unconscious in the roadway. Francis recovered sufficiently to walk to the nearest shop (Mr. Frasert), after which he collapsed. Hit. Frasen telephoned the ambulance which conveyed Francis to hospital, where it was ascertained bw injuries were a fractured faEeann, injuries to the head, and supposed internal in jurleke He is in a critical condition. Fiwicis, who has a brother residing at Breakfast Creek, was on his way to Coolangatta and was abcut a qaur ter of a mile on the Brisbane side of Bilinga when the accident occurred.

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Surf Men Welcomed SOCIAL TO POINT DANGER TEAM [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929

Surf Men Welcomed SOCIAL TO POINT DANGER TEAM Members of the , Point Danger branch surf team, who competed so successfully at the recent surf chur pionship3 in Sydney, were tho guests of honor at a welcome home banquet at the Klnja Surf Club pavlion on Saturday nfcht. The president of the branch, Mr.. Wallace Nicoll, pre- . sided; and repiesentatlves of the vari ous affiliated clubs were nresent. The toast of the R. and R- team, which secured second place in the championship, was proposed bv the president and supported by Messfl-s. P. J. Fagan (Tweed Heads and Coal angatta), G. Shambrook (Kl'ra), A. E. Boettcher (Currumbin Beach), E. Whip (Mowbray Palrk), and J. L. Gor don (Boaiy of Examiners). Members of the team suitably responded. The toast of the Surf Life-saving Association of-Austnalia was cropesej by Mr. S. W. Windars (honcraiy secretarj-), and that of the 'Jun'or Belt Champion,' bv Mr. Al E. Powell, the latter tciGt fceine acknowled:ed bv th? winner of the junior title, J.r....

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Our Lady Bowlers [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929

Our Lady Bowlers (By S. W.'Mascn). . Now that a Ladies' Bowling Club has been floijmed at Southport, I un derstand that, whereas it used to be only father who talked bowls in the hcir.e irorcitng, noon, and night, mother now also joins in, and talks bowls ! bowls ! bowls 1 ! ! The result is that the younger members of tho familv have to cut out all talk about pictures, dress, tennis. Cricket, etc^ as Dad and Mum monopolise the con versation with their views on bowb. In fact, they are doing so to such an extent that members of some families arc 'hieattring to leive hoite, a'Q ' - live with some one who Is not bitten by the bowler* 'Bug.' I«t's bave a ;intla on -c: — Now that dear old mum and dad both play bowls. And at noire discuss the good old game, Like two enthusiastic, sporting, genial -souls. Life to other inmates is becoming mighty tame. Twas bad eiioagh to hear good o'd - dad, Extol his Iffowess as a bowler on the grteen. Arid tell the family that he didn't play too bad — Tha...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929

Dora : 'A certain joting man sent me some flowers this morning.' Daphne: 'Don't say a certain young man, my dear. There is none of them certain until you've got them.' ? ? ? ? The professor £Ot 'his* for correct ng the judge's gramxar, all right' 'How's that T» 'The judge gave Mm ilx months and told him to 'parse the sentence.' '

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Tennis Finals ARRANGEMENTS MADE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929

Tennis Finals ARRANGEMENTS MADE The Soulhport Tennis Tournament Committee has decided to finalise thi mixed doubles championship, ladies' doubles handicap, mixed doubles handicap in Brisbane. All in formation reganding courts and times of play for these three events may be obtained at Robinson's Sports De-pot, Albert-street, Brisbane: The ladies' singles handicap, nun's singles handicap, and men's doubles handicap will all be completed at Queen's Pank, Southport, during the week-end. Following is the draw for these events; — Saturday. — 2 pjn.; R. \l Hope v A. Hughes (to finish); Miss Andrews v Mi9 Schwabe. 3 l*m,: J. Cuddiby v a Banks; M. J. Sullivan v L. A. Wilkinson! 4 pjn. : E. O'Shea and W. G. Powell v R- V. Hope and E. Pear son, Sunday.— &45 ajn. : R. J. Owen v R Skov, W. Dowling v J. Lackey; J. Elliott v a V. Hope qr Al Hughes. ia45 ajn.: A. II Thams and M. J Sullivan v R. S. Whittle and L. Eeale. 1L45 a.nt: C. E. Studdert and R. J. Webb t J. Cuddihv and a Banks. The ...

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

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