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"I AM HERE" [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929
'I AM HERE' I know not wVenee I came. I know not whither I go ; But the fact stands dear that I am here In this world of pleasure and woe. And out of the mist and murk Another truth shine* plain It Is my r°wer each day and hour To add to Its joy or its pain. 3 T know that the earth exists. ! It is none of mv business why ; I cannot find out what It's all about, - I would but waste time to Hy. S-' Mv iife is a brief, brief thins. A- I arc here for a little space. y And while I stay I would like. If I may, ) To brighten and better the place. i~- The trouble, I think, with us all, ft Is the la?k of a high ccnceU. ?' If each man thought he was sent to hthfe soot To make it a bit more sweet. How soon we would gladden the world, How cotlly right all wronfc If nobody chinked, and each o-e worked To help his fellow along. ' - Cease wondering why you cams — Stop looking for faults and flaws. Rise up. to-day in your ti.iie ond VT. 'I am r»rt of the First Great Cause! However full the world, T...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929
Winifred Elsie Hopkins ur.OL, A.T.au. Organist of St. Peter's Church. Teacher of Pianoforte, Violin. Harmony, and Theory. Students prepared for all Music Exams.. Address: — 'St. Gregory,'. Queen Street, Southport. J. D. ANDREWS, - Amtioaetr ami CcmanSen Aoesit, TALLEBUDGERA, Sales held In any port of the District. FARMS FOR SALE Writs for list to— X D. ANDREWS. School has begun and NOW is the time for Nursery Hair Lotion Which is recomended as a convenient Lotion for destroying some of the parasites which infect the hair. Mothers ! Protect your children's heads and keep them clean. Procure now from — W. E. Martin, Ph.c. Dispensing Chemist Opp. POST OFFICE SOUTHPORT AGENT FOR GOLDEN CASKET ART UNION «BH«SH«Mi«SlHM»aSl«SH«SM«SH^HSl«SB«HI«SH« i Gramophones \ ?*...? ' * ? /Hi Winter's long dreary evenings are approach- | I ^'dl ing. Prepare for them with music in the t I home. Let those dragging hours fly by with J I. family laughter. I I Agent: Pianos, -♦ Player Pianos I on Easy Terms ...
Terse Talk [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929
Terse Talk t ? liiiiiiHniiiiiimitt**** God helps the brave.— Schiller- Books are embalmed mind. — Bovee. Fortune befclends the bold.— Dry- den. ? ? ? Uievity to the soul of wlt^Shake r m m ? Vhat's well begun, is half done.— Horace. All men bavt their price.— Ascribe* to WalFole. How goodness heightens 'beauty !— Hannah More. c ? ? Rare Is the union of beauty and virtue. — JuvenaL ? * * Neither above nor below his busi ness.— Tacitus. ' ? ? ? Saino it the right hand of burles que. — Voltaire. ? ? ? He who begs timidly courts a re fusal.— Seneca. Too low they biuld who build be neath the stani— Dr. Young. ' ? ? ? Brotherhood-Infinite is the help iran can yield to man.— Carlyle. True blessedness consisteth in a Rood life and a hapny death— Solon. Obed! O bed! delicious bed! That heaven upon earth to the weary head.— Hood ? ? ? Evasive of the b-idal day, she B ves fond hopes 10 all. and all with hope recei ves'al 1.— Pope. The srraller the calibre of mind, the greater the bte of a perp...
Storm Fury SOUTHPORT LASHED DELUGE OF HAIL AND RAIN [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929
-Storm Fury SOUTHPORT LASHED DELUGE OF KA'L AND RAIM Preceded by continuous flaihrt of lightning md low rnrrb'inrt of thunder, e storm of tro-iccl intensity broke o.er Sluthro-t shortly before eight o'clock on Saturday night, when, for a sp3C« of a quarter of an hour, the town was lashrd by the fury of rain, hail, and wind. It is estimated that damzge running into hundreds of penjdr. was caused by the i-orm. Windows were' smrsht i, shojn flooded, and the streets a rll f-.'njj river of water. Most damage was done to the busi ness places on tho western side of Nerarg-street, where the fto m seemed to central To add to the confusion the. light ing system was thrown out of action when the storm was at its hefeht. and the town was left In darkness for a brief sp.ice. . So Interne wrs tho stonr. that it overflowed the water channels, swept rcr-ss the footpaths over shop ilo.rj* r.nd Into hotel cellars. Much damaprc and inconvenience resulted. The large iasged nieces of bail be came wc^ped...
Woman's Sudden Death VISITOR FROM IPSWICH [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929
Woman's Sudden Death VISITOR FROM IPSWICH While partaking of afternoon tea yesterday. Miss Ethel Stephens, 46. of Irswfch. bec?irrs suddenly ill and died shortly before 4 o'clock this mcrninjr. Miss Stephen, who hai been very ill for some time, with influenza, was en a vsit to ho.' fiird Mres An dnewis, daughter of Mr. George Andrews. The body will be ccnvjjed to Ips wich to-day by Johnston and Free man's rpoto).' hearse.
Ambulance Sports ATTRACTIVE PROGRAMME ARRANGED. BIGGER AND BETTER THAN USUAL [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929
Ambulance Sports ATTRACTIVE PROGRAMME ARRANGED. BIGGER AND BETTER THAN USUAL Sports on a larger, and more attrac tive scale than in other yeaid is the aim of Southport Ambulance Brigade this year. Arrangements fci' a gathering were made at a meeting of the sports com mittee on Tuesday night. N]r. H. J. Lewis presided over the following members: Messrs. F. Mit chell, N. Tate. H. Howard Smith, V. Medland, E. Ritlsway, E. M. Walsh, L. A. Annand, J. Carlson, and P. 'Raby, On the motion of Mr. H. H. Smith seconded by. Mr. Goleby, it was de cWcirl to hold the sports on May 6 at tho show grounds. A committee was r.p]«!nted to corrv out arrangements, ccirpilsing Messrs. W. Goleby, H J. Lewis, E. M. Walsh, J. Corl3on, N. Tate,-F. Mitchell, H Howard Smith, E. Rldgway, V. Med land, L. Annand, G. W. BeUby, H. V. Milej; c.haiiiman, Mr. H. J. I^wis; honorary wenetary. Mr. P. Rab,-; hon orary treasurer, Mr. H. J. Lewis. The follow ;n|; were apponted as offlcals for the events : — Judges— '1e:-si¥....
BOWLERS' DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929
_ ' BOWLERS' DANCE. To assist the funds of the South port Bowling Clnb an enjoyable euchre party and dance was held in the Ex celsior jazz hall last Tuesday evening. Mrs. A. H. Forester; supplied the dance music, and Miss Lorna Goleby assisted Cord tables were arranged on the veranda, and the euchre and dancing was supervised by Mr. S. W. Mason. ?'' The prizes for the tournament were won by Mrs. G. F. Jones and Mr. E. Pearson. Dainty irefresbnents were served by the lady members of the c!A,
The Albert Seat RUSH OF CANDIDATES [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929
The Albert Seat ' RUSH OF CANDIDATES The Aluert seat, which has become vacant by the death of th? H~n. j. c Aiipel, is. looked ur-on ns one of the prizes of the State Parliament, and several nnnnuncpisents havr already been Trrade. Fivn. c ndidatei have already been announced, and movements are on foot I- indue \ iss 'Hannah JMr.' Anpel's rn'va!' secretarj) and the Mayor of South;*''. \r. J. Hendry Crire. tc. -onte«t the seat. It is not unlikely that Mr. E. Fass. r-f tVw R-enlr-fah 'News.' vrrt! be -e- rucMe-i to submit his name, and the nnrre of Or. Curnc\-.vas nr-ntioced en . Tuesday rt the Ccomcrc Council. The--* will b? a meeting of the Southpnrt branch of the Women's Electoral tongue at the School, of Arts at 3 p-m. on_Mcnday.-wheri tha cuestion of obtainfa™ t 'uttablo can didate will be dealt with. It i« not improbable that tho choice of the League trill . f Ml ? cm ? Miss ;Hannah should she con*etat to stand.'*'' ' *
Orange Lodge EASTER CONFERENCE ARRANGEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929
Orange Lodge EASTER CONFERENCE ARRANGEMENTS The Grand Orange Lodge Confer ence of the Loyal Orange Lodge of Queensland -will bo held during Easter in Sou'.hpcrt. Over 50 delegates will be ' in attendance, representing br.inches of tho lodge from all parts of the State. ' Deliberations will last foe three n'ays, commencing on Friday, at 3 a.m., and continuing on until Monday, evening, at 10 pm. On Easter Sunday a street proces sion will be held. AH Orangemen and others interested in the cause ere' asked to fall in at the Ira i] way station in Scaijjorough-street, at 2.30 nm., from where the procession will be led by the Sojthport Model Band, down Scarborough-sweet ? to White- ? street, thence to the Con-;r;g»tv-nal Church, where church servile will bo held and special anthems and soles rendered. All Protestants are Invited to attend the procesrion and service. On Easter Saturday evening, at 8 p.m., the Soutbport and Ormeau Lodge numbers will entertain the visitcirs at a social evenin...
Southport Literary Circle [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929
Southport Literary Circle At :-n executive ireetin^r of the Southport Literary Circle last Tue day .lfternom at' Arcadv. the home of Miss C. E. Ilourne, Mrs. P.ank Little was unanmou.tv elected pre ?M-r\ in r'are of Mrs. Huxtable, who his ' resigned. It was -!ec:dcd that the rr.rctiK-js of th? circle should take Jilace on the tKird F:1day in e-ch month at 4 p.m.' The first meJtijv will he hold on Ailril ID. .Bridegroom: 'I say. what did you call your mother-in-law after vou were married?' Typical Married Mar: ?' 'Ob, the first year I colled -her 'I say.' . andVafter tha'f, jusf 'ifrannle.'-'- ' ? ?
St. Patrick's Day SUCCESSFUL COMMEMORATIVE SOCIAL [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929
St. Patrick's Day successful coYmemdrative SOCIAL White the spark ot liish patriotism lives the memory of St. Pi«ric- will never ait. The commemoration of the nat'Onal day 'In Southport on Monday called lorth tlmt tnthusUtm which b ever, a charzettristic of the race and the resnTt was a triumphant success. Always- looked upon as an outstand ing social event in the year this year's celebration was a success be yond previous efforts, and the com mittee which had charge have Rood leason to feel pride in their efforts. But to them it was a labor of love, and their great Jivward was in the acknowledgment seconded by tho re cord attendance. The School of Arts was elaborately decorated with cable? of frecn, gold . ?. and white p^p:t', with the lights similarly shaded, which created a pleasing effect --nd beneath which ray youth hdtl its fling, caring little for the congested floor space in tho revel of theic joy. An abundant supper was se'ved r.nd the wonts of all airply p-ovld;d for. Nove...
Late J. G. Appel TRIBUTES TO HIS MEMORY [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929
Late J. G. Appel TRIBUTES TO HIS MEMORY On ths receipt of official notifica tion of the death of the Hon, J. G. Appel, on Tuesday, the Rev. Onon H. H. Dixon. he?-lm;ster of the South rort School, mad» the announcement to the students in the dinlryr hall, mentioning the great Interest tho late rreirber had taken in the school and testifying -to his many acts of kind ness. In token of ie?p;ct the beys rtood in 'ilence, and tba flag was ? flown at half mast. When the announcement wa? mads ot thv; Coomezn Council meeting on Tuesday by courtesy of Me. S. W. Mason, 'Courier' rcpiesjntatlve i-t Southport tl* Chairman moved that a letter of condolence be forwtrrie:; t» the v.lativcs ?rd that the. Council place on record an actnowled^errent of Mr. Ai'pel's sen ices to the d'stiict. This Wfs seconded by Cr. Our*cv, and ca.i'ied by members standing in sil ence. The Council adjourned for 10 minutes, End the flag was flown at half mast. The Southport Town Hall flag was flown at half must, and th...
Obituary Mr. Henry Gannon [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929
Obituary ? :o: ? ?r. Henry Gannon Mr. Henry Gannon died at the Iru wick Geneial Hos.-Jtal on March 12, at Ih* t-jge of 48, the remans being con veyed by rail from Ipswich to Oxen ford, and thence to the residence of his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. w. SIR into, -U'lper Coomera. The funeral was to the Church of England portion of the Upi*r Coom era cemetery. On the death of his father many years ago, the late Mr. Gannon took over his father's bullock team After some ye»» of this work he leased a hotel at Dungandan, but owing to Ill-health had to relinquish it. He bought a dary farm at Mutda pUly, where he was at the time of his illness. He has left a widow end six children.
Albert Elections [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929
Albert Elections If you electors want to know The bat young home to back; I'll tell you now before you go. Hi* name is Kenneth Hack. 1 When making exe'.s for this race. Don't (put 'em round the back, But put them in the proper place, Befdnrf the name of Hack. And tell your neighbour, how to vote, Give this young chap a spin ; Ann tell him not to act the goat. For Hack is sure to win. Now this Is quite an easy race For any one to back, For Hack's the chap to make the pace, On a country party track. And when he's past the winning post, With the others at his back, The electors then will drink the toast Of the winner, Kenneth Hick. And when he is elected And you hear him on his feet, His ability detected, ? You'll be Silad he's got the seat. For Albert he will represent In ev-ery direction; And your troubles he is lure to rent And attend to their cd.'rection. He will cater, well for every class— For master and for man ; His eneijgies are not for hram, r But to do the best he can. To pu...
Regnant Theatre SATURDAY, MARCH 23 "The Wife's Relations" [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929
Regnant Theatre SATURDAY, MARCH 23 «Tbe Wife's RtUtSons' Uproarious comedy of a man who borrowed a mansion, married the BV'1 to whom the owner was engaged and then held up bis father-in-law for a hundred thousand doUaxfc. You'll commence to laugh with the first flash and keep up a steady peal of mea&nent throughout the entire picture. «H*art Tr«*te» Underweight, fallen arches, dan Gruff, myopl, you-tell-em and what bare-you are a few of the ailments of Love-lorn Hufty. His sweetheart overlooked them,' but the corporal looked them ovap and passed him out. You'll go one over gentle cheers at this laugh bill You just can't help laughing at daoll-faced Harry Lantfeon.. He wins a war but can't win a girL Routs the enemy with laughing gas and bom bards the blues with bombs of ntrth. 'Heart Triouble' sets right at the hean of unhapniness.
MONDAY, MARCH 25 "The Daredevils Reward." [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929
MONDAY, MARCH 26 'The Daredevils Reward.' ? A real western tb] -filer with the genial Tom playing the part of a bard-riding, stralgbt-ehootins Texas Ranger. He la given the job of ronnd ing up and briifeine to justice a bond of highwaymen who *» terrorising the kHstricfc How he accomplishes his mission 'and the adventure* be has fonrts a picture that will keep you' in a state of suspense alternated with lawfe. 'Pep aai Prep.' A dean' story Jgldrifying youth with it's love of clean apoit and high sense of honor In this picture it is Ml about a 'Mother'* boy' who gains honor and) fame through cheer grit and the will to win.
THE TELL-TALE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929
THE TELL-TALE Like a tiger drowsing Ounnlnjj Tabby lay — Was a thought of mousing In her head that day? Bead Eye said to Whisker, Peepnfe from their hole, 'Brother^ dans we rMc a Dash for the flour bowl ? 'Cheese is In the larder. Candles on the shelf. Just asleep the warddrv So I think myself.' 'Puss is but dissembling,' Wary Mouse replies : 'Her tail tip can't help tnemttlng. No mattflr how she tries I'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929
St. Hilda's School SOUTHPORT. Church of England Grammar School for Girts. For prospeetm and all particulars apply— WINIFRED L. FTCTOCK. KK. fTtaclpax. K. B. PRICE SOLICITOR. BARNES' CORNER, (Opposite Post Office). SOUTHPORT. Visits Nerang every Tuesday; But l«%h ?nry Wednesday afternoon. ?PHONE 453. WHEN THERE IS CARRYING TO BE DONE KINSSTON IS THE MAN TO DO IT. A. P. KINQSTON. *PhoM 3. — SUvmstlrtct. J never felt so hungry in my life To restore lost appetite— use Wrigley'i. Your doctor- will tell you how the ta of chewing soothes your nervous system —how the delightful cleansing action of Wrigley'i refreshes the mouth— gives you a healthy feeling of hunger at meal times. It is fot the Quantity of Food we Eat, but 'what we Digest and Assimilate that Nourishes the Body When the stomach and or* gans of digestion and nu trition are disordered, and the food eaten is only imper fectly digested, there is loss of nutrition, and the body loses strength as a natural consequence.* Not only do...
READING FOR CHILDREN A PAIR OF BOOTS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929
♦i:i:i:i;i:i 1 1 1 it i until in i mi 1 1 u n 1 1 nriri i h im mi inrai i mi mm 1 1 1 1 i:i:i;i n 1 1 in n n iiPtuxMMitniriiiiiiiMWMrnixrun u;iri:i iTi:i:iia:i:ui:ii:tcra!iiminin» READING FOR CHILDREN j 'minimi hi 1 1 1 i-i i-iii:i:i 1:1 1 1 1:1 1 in in ri:i.i:iin:i.ii iiin:iinriLnitniiii:i;i:i 1:1:1 in 11 in ri mi 1 1 in 1 1 1 1 1 1111 11 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 n 1 1 nil liimmMinirtllU li:i I n lll:i 1 1 1 111111,1 1 in nil 1 rn iirmiTniiiK A PAIR OF BOOTS (By Marion Hammond ' ' JImmie Macrae was in dlsgtnace. Not that there was anytbjnjz unusual In that, but to-day tt was a black di» Brace which merited a bitter, punish* ment. To-morr»w they were to pi 7 r. the last match of the season, and If r they won, the much-coveted shield I would be theirs. For days every ' ens hf.d been talking ri»ut th) ? match, and to-day the whole school i V was a thrill with excitement. But there was no excitement now in Jimmy's honest iblue eyes, for in h'a pocket iha carried a letter: reqres'in7 Ms father to ...