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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929

Pier PAVILION THIS SATURDAY Ronald Colman and Vilma Hanky TWO LOVERS A' picture that will bring a thrill to the sweetheairts of to-day and three of yesterday. — Aad — Hoot Gibson, in The Flying Cowdoy Action ! Pep ! Thrills I PJm at Theatre. Thw 344 NEXT MONDAY Captain Salvation A Thrilling Dbama of the Sea On the Stage LORNA. LANCE. & FERNA. with LESLIE; the youngest Jazz Drummer. Tha World'* Cleverest Juvenile Act NEXT TUESDAY The Devils Cage A Btcty of the streets of Paris. Lovo, life and laughter in the worlds gayest city. ON THE STAGE LORNA. LANCE. A FERNA. With LESLIE, the Jazz Drummer, In an entire change rf prcferamxe 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 Hiving taken over the Newaagency and 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...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Nerang Council MONTHLY MEETING [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929

Nerang Council MONTHLY MEETING Tbe monthly meeting of the Kerens Shire Council, held on Saturday, was attended by Crs. W. a Rudd (chair man), W. Wlntle, D. Yaun, F. J. Rosin, D. M*Shane, A. C. Block, J. Davidson, — k Solan, — . Waters, J. Thompson, C. Bert pan, and S. R- An drews. Reference was made by the chair man to the death of the Hon. J. G. Appel, and he testified to his great pionerxinz and parliamentary services to the country. A motion of condol ence to carped in the customary way. Corrttpoodeace Main Roads Commission wrote ap proving of F. CL Phillips' tender for work on Mudgeeraba-Springbrook road. — Received. Forestry Board forwarded rates on which timbers might be sold from re serve* and roads. — Received. The council. It was stated, hsd decided against selling timber, fnom roads. Civ Berigan was antborised to mark mill able timber on reserve, for sale, ap plied fori by Mr. Schrielder. J. Beaumont, SpringtoDok; wrote inquiring about the expenditure of a grant of £100 at...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
On the Green PAIRS CHAMPIONSHIP DECIDED [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929

On the Green PAIRS CHAMPIONSHIP DECIDED In the fbial match of the pairs pairs championship of 1928, W. A. Napper and W. Adkins had a runaway victory over R. B. Lather and A. Bert wlstle at the Southport green on Satuilday. Further matches were played in th j Gilbert trophy competition, and, in addition, four rink games were played The green was in perfect order.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Motor Control GREATER POWER LOOKED FOR [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929

Motor Control GREATER POWER LOOKED FOR E. A. Bailey, secjnetary of tbe Southport branch RJU3.Q., had a letter at the Southport Council meet ing on Tuesday asking- to have South port placed under the Towns Police Act fe; His committee, the letter said, felt that owiife to the indreaso In motoi; rt-affic arid tbe numerous com plaints of breaches of road regula tions there was need for greater power, of control than already ex* isted. Aid. Anderson moved that the branch be advised that this matter had, received consignation by the Council, which was doing everything possible to brii^r it about. If the power, comes who will enforce it ? Will the Oonucil ?

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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What They do in Glenelg ALD. SHEPHERD BRINGS INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929

What They do in Glenelg ALD. SHEPHERD BRINGS INFORMATION. Aid. J. shepherd returned from his visit to South Australia during the week with information of a practical value. Much of this was placed before the Southport Council on Tuesday, and in addition to this Mr. Shepherd will bo able to help with his advice in movements for the beautification and improvement of Southport as a tour ist ne-ort'. Amongst the papehs brought back were balance slrets of the Gleneig .Council, showier a progressive ad vance in revenue from foreshore utilities. This jumped from £500 in 1913 to £7000 in 192& Aid Shephefrd was complimented by the Mayor on the information made available, and -a vote of thinks was accorded him. In iWfiy, Aid. Shepherd said he wis extendi*! every court en' bv tho Mayor and Town Clerk of Glenelg, which was fivs miles out of Adelaide, and had a population of £10,000. Although they started off with a lean of £15 0:o the whole of their Improvements were now paid out of rev...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Alder Surf Tests CONTESTS AT KIRRA WILKS IS BEST, WITH BOAST AND NOONAN NEXT [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929

Alder Surf Tests CONTESTS AT KIRRA WILKS IS BEST, WITH BOAST ? AND NOONAN NEXT The third annual competition for the Alder sbield arid rosebowl, pre-' tented to the Surf Association by Mr. X W. AIdie(i% of Coolangatta and Tweed Heads, took place at the Kirija beach on Sunday. The tests com prised the whole of tbe resuscitation woitk, add a strenuous belt swim of between 250 and 300 yards. Moderate seas were punning, but the distance . of the swim made the test a sevens ' ' one. For the resuscitation test 20 en trants presented themselves, the maxi mum points being 30. A record was .established bv 10 men obtaining the maximum points fon timing, whilst eight wia|re within half a point of the maximum!. Seven competitors obtain-' - ed 28 OB more points of tho maximum 30. The test resulted: C. Oox, Kirra (28.5 points) 3, B. Biok, Tweed Beads end Coolaifeatta (28.375) 2, X Win ders. Klrra (28.25) 3, X Ajax, Kinp (28.125) 4. Wilks, the winner of the rose bowl, woe fifth with 28 points; Boas...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Miss Hannah Assents CANDIDATE FOR THE ALBERT. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929

Miss Hannah Assents CANDIDATE FOR THE ALBERT. As forecasted in our last issue, tho meeting of the Southport branch of the Queensland Electoral lej'ne on Monday afternoon, decided almost un animously to ask Miss Isobel Hannah, private secretary to the late Mr. J. G. Appel. M.L.A.. to nllow h'T name to be submitted to the plebiscite that will decide the candidate to bear the Progressive and National banner at the forthcoming election fer the Aib?rt division. Miss Hannah has consented to sub mit l-er rarre. provided a sufficiently rtrcng requisition is presented to her. Th-te members of the Southport branch of the Q.W.E.L. have the pre paration of the reoulsition In hand, and tvere is no doubt It will be numerop'ly «Igned. for Miss Hnrn-'h's Tul.-«*'ty -ild c-irci'y Is well re cognised.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Coomera Competition Shoots [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929

Coomera Competition Shoots The 16th Competition shoot of the Coomra Rifle Club, which was post poned from the previous week owing to weather; conditions was concluded over the week-end, when conditions were favorably, the captain of tbe clubl Mr. Si S. Freeman, was the win ner, with 98 off the rifle. Results : — S. S. Frpeman (6) 32 32 34 103 T. C Binstead (17) 31' 31 24 103 Jas. Bignell (16) . . 27 30 29 102 W. Shirtey (22) . . 21 31 28 102 S. F. Proud (7).. .. 31 35 28 101 B. Bignell (8) .. .. 28 32 32 100 Wal. Siganto (10) . . 28 33 29 100 O. J. Bignell (20) .. 27 29 24 100 M. J. Barr (20) .. 20 27 31 98 WaL Shelley (ill) .. 23 32 29 95 W. X Campbell (20) 27 28 — 75 Mr. S. Ft Proud seculnedt a possible at the GOO yards ranfee. The 16th competition shoot of the Coamerm Rifle Club was fired off on tbe local range over the week-end, the conditions being fair. Eleven milria men competed, tho first six securing points towards the president's cup Results ? — 300 500 600 Tl. M. X Barr (...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NEW CANDIDATE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929

NEW CANDIDATE The latest entry into the field as c candidate for Albert is Mr. T. F. Plunkett, of Beaude*?zt, for whom a largely signed petition is being 're- sented. It Is understood Mr. Plunkett w'U rc'rrr!? h's r.n.T.t fer 'election.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
With the Rifle Coomera Club v. Australian Natives [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929

With the Rifle Coomera Club v. Australian Native! Coomera Rifle Club were victorious over the Australian Natives Associa tion by the very narrow margin of 2 points in a closely coi.tcated match fired off over tho week-end on the home langtS, the targets in use being 300. 500 and 6001 The visitors weso ehtertained to luncheon at the Upper Coorrvera Hotel and a very enjoyable time was registertJd. Results : — Coomeia 300 500 600 T1 S. S. Freeman .... 32 33 32 97 S F. Proud ? 33 34 28 95 E. Blgnell . ? 28 32 32 92 m! J. Barr ? 28 32 31 91 W. H. HepJ-eil .. .. 30 31 29 90 Wal Siganto ? 26 33 29 88 Wall IKy ? ? 24 33 28 88 T. C. Binstead .... 29 32 24 85 C. J. Bignell ? 28 29 24 81 Counted out f Jas. B^U.22; 29, 29—80; Wl Shirley, 23, 27, 28—78. Australian Native* 300 500 600 n. £ H. Belson ? 30 33 32 95 iiS?': ?; :: 2 * 5 C kSw . . . .. 29 32 30 91 *LT» TtoSsSy .. .. 28 30 30 88 SEISES .. .. 30 » » n R, Ferguson ? » « « « R. McMillan ? 29 Z7 29 -» J. Wells ? 80 28 27 85 802 Counted out:...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE BUNYIP THE BUNYIP [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929

THE BUNYIP ji THE BDNYIP This is the Bun yip as picturesquely I described by Mr | Matt Heeb, of I Meyer's Ferry. i- Neither trapped -; nor snapped, but |i 'caught' by the* ji artist I Drawing supplied ii by Mr. J. D. Steele, I Heathcote, South j port. AS THE ARTIST SEES IT 'BUNYIP SOAP' On Mr. ]. D. Steele's return from Tambourine Moun tain on Sunday last I he found on a table on the verandah, a cake (7 ozs. nett) of 'BUNYIP SOAP.' presented to him by one of his numerous lady friends— mar- ried — not a widow. Such is fame.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Nerang Club HOLDS ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929

Nerang Club . HOLDS ANNUAL MEETING The Nerang Football Club, which has loomed Izrge in the field for some years ha* been re formed and may be regarded as a factor to be recokened with ajain this year. The annual genelral irpeting was held in the School of Arts on Thure 'day nifght. The president, Mr. S. Spencer being in the cliair. Club Reformed It was unanimously decided to ije fooii the club, and affiliate with the South Coast Rugby League. Balance-sheet The balance-sheet showed the satis factory credit balance of £2/6/. Election of Officers The election of officers for the en suing season resulted : — Patron, Mr. W. G. Seeney (re-elected); president, Mr. si Spencelr (re-elected); vicepre sidents, to -be elected, as in previous years ; secretary, MA A. C. Cox; com mittee, Messrs. W. T. Ryland, F. Biig, A. Ludke, A. F. Fitch, with the pre G. Duncan, A. F. Fitch, with the pre sident and secretary as ex-officlo members; selection coinntfttee, Messrs. A. Cox, A. Ludloe, S. Spencer, an...

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IN THE REALM OF SPORT Tennis Enthusiasm SOUTHPORT CLUB'S ANNUAL MEETING PREPARATION FOR THE SEASON [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929

I of IN THE REAlM OF SPORT i I I ? ? ? ' ' Tennis Enthusiasm SOUTHPORT CLUB'S ANNUAL MEETING PREPARATION FOR THE SEASON M ' With a fenowng membership and a progressive policy, the Southport Tennis Club is ascending the tennis scale. At the annual meeting on Thursday night the activities of the past year were reviewed and an optimistic note struck for the future. Hie meeting was held in the club house. membeoj plresent being : Mr. and Mrs. H. Bortham, Misses u. eerv wHtle, M. Bailey, D. Croft, N. Wal dron. and M- Harris; Messrs. R Hope, E. H. Stewart, R Blaqlc. E. J. Dow Ufa A. R. Whittle R S. Whittle, E. Pearson, R J. Owen, and A. Hushe=. In the absence of the presuent -JIr. T. a Andrews), JV. E. J. Dow lii* was voted to the chair. Reperts and Balance-sheet. The acting- secretary, Mr. M. J. Sullivan, presented the annual 'report, which read as follows : — Aaaaal Report. Your executive havi pleasure in re poitiifc that the activities of the club during the Tear resulted in * profit o...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929

H. J. F. Lougheed, (Late HOLDEN BROS.), HOUSE & COACH PAINTER. SIGNWRITERS, CAR ENAMELLERS. ?Phoos 215. ? Agents for R1POLIN ENAMEL. SCARBOROUGH- ST., SOUTHPORT. Regnant Picture Cbcatre Direction: THAMS BROS Where the &ett Sieturea are Shown SATURDAY, MARCH 30th MONDAY, APRIL 1st v Out of the Ruins Don't Marry Featnriog Richard Bartfcelmm Featuring Lois Noran and Nail Hamilton Domestic Troubles 'Neath Arct7c Skies Featuring Louisa Fazenda art! An amaziife, thrilling spectacle of Clyde Cooke. Nature In her wildest moods. Also, a Good Comedy Also, a Good Comedy WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3rd Blindfold Featuring Geo. O'Brien and Lot* Moran. ? _ And — Smmy Cohen and Ted WeNamara in the Greatest 'wart' comedy The Gay Retreat ALSO, A GOOD COMEDY 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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Over the New Road WARNINGS AND ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929

Over the New Road warnings'and ADVICF. Engineer. W. Rheinhold, at Tues day's rre? ting- of the Southport Town Council reported that the contractors for the deviation were complaining of beinc pestered bv motorists desiring to go through the deviation, and of others, who went through without permiifion. Unless scmething was none to abate the nuisance he was ? afiaici that ths contractors would withdraw all permission. On this advice, the Mayor communi cated «ith 4QG and received tho as surance that a warning would be broadcasted against the penalties at tached to premature use of the road, and that if motorists resisted in seeking permission to go through he fore tH stipulated time, viz., midday Thursday, the roatl would not bo opened during the Easter holidays at oil. The tfjrie pieviously announced by Bradford anfl, Mclvor for use by nAtorsts was from midday Thursday until a similar period on Tuesday.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Foreshore Rights HAVE THEY BEEN PARTED WITH? [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929

Foreshore Rights HAVE IHEtf BEKN PARI ED WITH? Has the Council given away Its lights of control over the foieshorea by its iease with Golf Recreations Ltd. Mr. R. McCowan reporting cn the matter to Tuesday's meeting of tho Council, considered the point ol disi-ute tunned on the word 'fore- shut.' in clause 7. At the time the Council entered into the lease it had no jurisdiction over the ioresh£(re; that is between high and low water marie, He had no doubt that at the time when the lease was c'lrawn up the fore shore was intended to mean the strip of land between high water mark and the road. Therefore, it w.vi his opinion that the Council would run the risk of an action being brought against it fop injunction should it srant any rights to persons to carry on any tori of ntniuc i'jn L'-- within 'the area of tho i^recment. The Town Clerk, who was puesent at the Council itfeeting when the agreement was drawn u,p, did not agree with Mr. McCowan as to his opinion of wh.it was meant by th...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Serious Breach in Tennis Association Because of Dissatisfaction With Regrading Southport Withdraws Visits from Metropolitan Teams and Club Matches Preferred [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929

Serious Breach in Tennis Association Because of Dissatisfaction With Regrading Southport Withdraws Visits from Metropolitan Teams and Club Matches Preferred Taking imbrtge at the retailing of its C grade players by the Southport and District Tenuis As sociation, and their transference to B fade, the Southport Tennis Club has decided to withdraw its tea.i s — seven in all — from the competition, thereby creating a stticu* breach in the Asiociation. This decision was reached at a special meeting of the club on Monday n:&ht, {he vote of the members being nnarimeut. The view was expressed st the meeting that better tennis ccuFB be had by matches with viftinj metropolitan teams at week ends, and club competitions. At the outset of the meeting, Mr. Sullivan, who was voted to the chaii*. said he had been asked to act for Mr. Jackrr.an, seciietaiy, who was pie-j vented by illnesi from attending. The meeting, lie said, was specially cil'ed foil the purpose of considering the position...

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Council Tenders TWO BIG CONTRACTS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929

Council Tenders TWO BIG CONTRACTS Three tenders were received In con nection wth the water, channelling in No. 2 Ward, at the Southport Council meetin' on Tuesday. These wo -e : — P. Forsyth, £5530/3/; GiWson and Sutherland, £2603/2/6; Sewerage P.ntelnpoilnn Cn. C2941/13/R. That of Gibson and Sutherland was accepted. Two tendeife were received far the comp'etlon of contract in No. 4 Ward. These were : Bradford and Mclvoe, £14,501/17/4; A. Llrtd and Son,- ? £12,665/0/2. Engineer Rheinhold said that the second tender was £400 over the an-ount of money provided by the lour It' was decided to accept Llnd and Son*1* t'ne'er on the condition that 'they afjreed tio excisions so as to make the tender (price 'conform with, the t loan. , ^ ? ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929

1 A TALK TO ADVERTISERS. 8 1 (1) § J Horse Shoes | | For Luck I M I § are vogue at Weddings and over racing 1 1 stable doors, but will not help to build up ]| 1 your sales volume. B I .. 8 j| Business success or 'luck' as jealous f| g rivals call it, is the product of wise plan- B = nine, a square deal policy of service, and S | ADVERTISING. | § ADVERTISING keeps the public informed J H of your business. Such knowledge breeds ? m Confidence and Goodwill. An expenditure 1 1 in advertising will prove an interest-bear- S i ing investment. g B B g Get the facts from ''The South Coast 8 = Bulletin.' ( 1 A WORD TO THE WISE 1 g 8 1 A list of advertisers from 'The .South Coast i g Bulletin' in your handbag or pocket is the | g best 'Horse Shoe' you can carry for 'luck' B g in buying. An advertisement is an in- B s vitation. g | Shop Where You Are Invited To Shop I « g . ^ by ®io Auitmlfan Provincial Preea Association. p LOOK! If you think we are trying to do a good tiling by keeping down th...

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Southport Club BUSINESS AT ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929

Southport Club . BUSINESS AT ANNUAL MEETING In the past Southport has been well served by M footballers, who have distinguished themselves on the field of sport. That them is no evidence of a waning spirit was made manifest at the annual meeting or ine cluo on Friday »#-*. for, although, fh« mooting was not toga, there w» no laek of Interest, and them wa a M|e of optimism in the ipenhn for the success of the mm ahead. The pneeident, Mr. W. Ryder, occu pied the chair, at the meeting, which was held In the White Oafe. Others present were : — Messrs. p. Napper, N. Gaven, R. Norbity, L. Bowe, B. G. Wilson, W. Quiiflte, H. Napper, jun., R- Hope, a Pearson, C. Napper, W. Bateman, a Bateman, E. O'Shea, A. Melrose, L. Schneider, G. Maltman, R. Bowe, J. Thomson, H. Thaxson E. Spendelove, Wl Noonan, and W. Bur rows. It was unanimously decided to re foifaj the club and to play under the same colors as in the previous year. The secretary (Mr. E. Napper.) pre sented a balance-sheet, which dis cl...

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