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NEXT MONDAY AND TUESDAY The World's Cleverest Juvenile Act— [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929

NEXT MONDAY AND TUESDAY The World's Cleverest Juvenile Act — Lorna, Lance, arid Ferns, with Les lie, the world's youngest jaza drum mer. Take four clever child artists, a girl vocalist and dance fi. a boy at the piano in burlesques and accompani ments, the world's smallest drummer in the person of a five years' old boy and a diminutive banjoist, and here you have that splendid juvenilo com bination of Lorna, Lance, Leslie, and little Feraa, who have delighting audiences ail over Australia, and are due to appear at the Peir Pavilion in their colorful act. Juvenile artists, if they are not precocious, make a de cided hit with audiences, and no one can ever say that Lorna, Lance, Leslie and little Ferna are in the least way precocious. They are natural, their work is spontaneous, and it Is pleas ingly received. Lorna, Lmce, Lesl it ana little Ferna In their, particular ability have no compeer. Lance's burlesquing is exceedingly original, and his appearances in a smart even ing suit mak...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Pier Pavilion THIS SATURDAY Ronald Colman and Vilma Banky in "Two Lovers." [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929

Pier Pavilion THIS SATURDAY Ronald Colman and Vilma Banhy in ??Two Lovers.' Newel- In the history of the film world has there been such a wonder ful Combination of title and stars than in this great United Artists pic-' ture. The story firom which this produc tion was adapted — 'Leather-face^' by Baroness Orczy, simply vibrates with breath-taking glamor, intrigue pas sion, and munificent splendor. As a royal princess, beautiful, superb, Vilma Baiiky has a motive behind her consent to marxy the foe of her countiy, that motive was : 'Destjroy the man oi| he will de stroy you.' T&en it was a battle of wits be tween the two. After many intrigu ing and romantic interludes the op portunity for his destruction arrived, but instead of treachery and enmity, heroism triumphed, heroism that lifted both hie and she above sordid conflict, but it was months after her marriage before she uttered the wonds— 'I love you.' It haid been for 'the good of the State' that she had married her coun...

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Association Meeting PREPARATIONS FOR SEASON COOLANGATTA CLUB ENTERS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929

Association Meeting PREPARATIONS FOR SEASON COOLANGATTA CLUB ENTERS A loquacious cluiiynan, who did not want to be a 'aaeoaipoop,' held the annual meeting of the Sontb Coast division of the Amal- . samaterf Rutfby League at bay on Tuesday night, because the pra sident of the Southport Show Society would not recognise bis right t) disruss the lease of the ground last year, which waa held by the Southport Club. Much time was thus wasted, bat tho president was so Insistent that be cariied his point, and the position of president was left open until sucb time as the League oould ascertain from the Southport Show Socirty whether it woud lease Ita ground to the League instead of the Southport Clubl which seems very unlikely. In the event of the Southport Olab being successful in its application for the show ground, Mr. Simons will not be a candidate for the chief position. To do Mr. Simons credit, he had no desire to again receipt office, but there appeared to be a desire among delegates ...

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THE WINTER GAME FOOTBALLERS GET READY CLUBS FORM—ASSOCIATION MEETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929

THE WINTER GAME FOOTBALLERS GET READY CLUBS FORM— ASSOCIATION MEETS. Wlih (he approach of winter footballers are preparing for their favorite gm Md (ooa we shall hear the shouting and the tumalt which Australia's premier pastime creates. Clubs have formed up. the association has nrct ae|d fixtures will shortly be made out. The same in the South Coast area promises to be bigger than ever this year, and there Is the welcome addition of the Coolangatta Club into the ranks of the League.

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

' MURILLA ' MER0N STREET Accommodation for Permanent Boulders. MODERATE TARIFF ?PhoM 217. ANNAND'S SOUTHPORT Wish to thank the people of Soath , port tor their ready response to the Wet Goods Sale We have cleared all the Vfet Lines but as the walls are still damp some ot the goods are a little musty. These lines we are clearing at great ly reduced prices . New Goods are arriving daily ANNAND'S SOUTHPORT. Where you always get:— ' $ Little fl\ore for a Little Less' PHONE 358. NERANG STREET. MTU1? Al\ AD VO disappoint yourself, go to THEODORE'S for Fresh Vegetables, Dainty Choice Fruit, Etc. # 1 Iluvl/vllLl 3 are the cheapest in town for sound goods. / Iso, Suppers, Hot Dinners, Light Refreshments. £ Southport Cafe We deliver to any part of the Town. 'Phone No. 222

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With the Rifle Visit to Murwillumbah [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929

With the Rifle Visit l- Mnrwillumbah A team of riflemen representing the L- and A. Union, jourreyed to Mtirwillumbah on Saturday, where they were met by a representative team from the Riclmond-Tweed Union In a social match. The conditions weife hand, and the visiting team suf fered a disadvantage thereby. How evei^ the Richmond-Tweed team proved to be a superior comhlnatlcn, ar.d were the winners by 34 points. Two of their team Messrs: W. Frith fr.d J. Rowan, registered the fine scores of 98. After the match, the visiting team was treated to an enjoyable dinner at the Royal Hotel, and were offi cially welcomed to Mnrwillumbah by the captain. Hit D. E. Boyd and mem bers of the winning team. Captain Boyd stated that it would be written down in history as the first time on recoil that a L. and A. team had met a Richmond-Tweed team on the Mnr willumbah range, and he hoppd that many more such matches would be recorded, as it was meetings such as these that inspired enthusiasm in riflemen...

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TENNIS CLOUDS HOVER Serious Allegations at Association Meeting SOUTHPORT CLUB ANNOYED [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929

TENNIS CLOUDS HOVER Serious Allegations at Association Meeting SOUTHPORT CLUB ANNOYED Matters dad not move smoothly »t * meeting of the Southport Dis trict Tennis Association meeting, held at Woods' Excelsior Cafe on Friday night, and there were portends of future troubles. These have since developed. The chief business of the meeting was to review the grading ef players whose names were submitted by the different clnbs In the Association' competition, and out of this trouble has arisen. State Hardcourt Chunpiouthips At the outset the Ipreodent (Mi. M. J. Sullivan) reported that he had H:en unable to attend the lost meeting of -'the Queensland Hardcourt Tennis As sociation, but had arranged with the patwm (Mr. R. J. Webb) to act as his proxy. The principal business trans ected. at the meeting w.B the alloca tion of the State hardcourt champion ships for 1929. Three centres were proposed, namely, Namboui; Mackay, and Scuthpott, and after a ballot Nambour was chosen. Alnother im porta...

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

Best Because Purest KRETSCHMAR — made Drinks are famed for their flavor Try our 'SMILO' The New Orange Drink Once Tastod Always Asked For. — OUR — BREWED GINGER BEER Is a Popular Favorite ? — While Oar — HOP BEER has a Dinner-ale kick about it. Everybody likes it. ALL OTHER LINES EQUALLY GOOD. J. A. KRETSCHMAR, SOUTHPORT CORDIAL AND AERATED WATER WORKS. TOONE 80. TEE ORIGINAL Cash and Carry Store H. V. FOSTER SCARBOROUGH-STREET Our Prices : SALMON, %lb. Gi. 10 Hi. 1/1 Tin; lib., 1/, 1/6, 1/9 Tin. SARDINES. 2%d, 4d„ 5d Tin. CRAB, 1/3 and 1/5 Tin. KIPPERED HERRINGS, 7d. and lid.; FRESH HERRINGS, 6-L and 'Jd. HERRINGS & TOMATO, 6%d., lOiid., lid. OYSTERS. 1/4: SHRIMPS, 1/2. RED HERRINGS, 2XA each, 5 foe 1/. BLOATER PASTE, 2d., 3^4, 9d., 1/3. ANCHOVY PASTE, lOd. ana 1/4 jar; ANOHOKREEM, lid. jar. ANCHOVETTE, lid. jar. KIPPERED SNACKS. 2%d. and 3%d. Top of the Hill Opposite Catholic Church Scarborough Street Don't forget the place , or H. V. FOSTER,

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Our Babies Babies and Medicines [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929

Our Babies (Issued by the Queensland Baby Clinics) BabU* aad Maibim A healthy babv should be given nothing but Us mother's milk and a little plain boiled water. The boiled water to useful in hot weather, and in cases where tbe mother's milk is rich. If tbe baby has to be artifi cially fed, fresh scaldeft cow's milk, diluted with water, with a little sugar, and perhaps a little emulsion, is the best substitute, rat feeding with cow's milk is often difficult and advice from a Baby Clinic should al ways be obtaine|d if possible. The mother will not escape her difficul ties by using dried milk, by whatever name it may be called, indeed sh.-j will often increase them, for many babies fed on tWed milk suffer fnora indigestion, and do not thrive; a fast which is, of course, not mentioned in advertisements. If mothers do not always find the simple feeding of babies an easy matter, it is not surprising that they get into serious troubles when they give them medicines. Medicine can do a healt...

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

TAMBOURINE MOUNTAIN 'DARENA' Modem, s.c. Flat, e light, tennis court, handy golf links, nod. rent. MISS BLAND. 'Phone 46. Ready occupation Feb. 15th. YOU CAN BUY Better at Birkbeck's ? THAN IN BRISBANE This is because we are here to stay, and We couldn't bold your tirade if one Prices weren't right— or our Goods np to test. Compare Our Prices or match oar goods With the Quality you see elsewhere. V. R. Birkbeck The Old Jeweller with tha Good Name Nerang Street, Southport 'Phone 117. P.O. Box 15. Whittle Bros. (Late A.I.F.) THE RELIABLE GROCERS Esplanade Store, Southport We THANK Customers for their valued patronage during the past year, which to us has been one of progress. We trust that we have merited their (rood-win, and will aim to give them even better service In the fotoxfe , In thanking them far paat support we extend to them all Good Wishes for the New Year. Two Stores at your service Esplanade and North St. TInm 223. I RHOADES' WILL COMPLETELY I | FURNISH YOUR HONE . . § § ...

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

TO LET. — Paddock, 26 acre®, good igraes; permanent water. Apply Miss Beaton, Meyer's Ferry. FOR SALE— Motor Launch Hull, 21 x 6; copper fastened throughout, ex ceptionally well built. Sacrificed. £10. Biggs, 'Kallara,' Labrador. FOR PRIVATE SALE— Surplus Fur niture*, Beds (2), Dining Table, Chairs, Linos., Duchess. Inquire 'Saltafcie,' White-street. WANTED. — Two Smart Boys to de liier Dodgers. Apply Suffers' Paradise Hotel, at 8.30 ajn. on Fri day. WANTED — Position as iiousema'd private home, or day world. Apply this office. WANTED KNOWN— P. Ferguson, Dcv Cleaner, Dyer, Presser. Hats blocked 3/6, trimmed 6/6. O/- M. Soegaand's, Scarborough-street. DRESSMAKING.— Dresses Cut, Tadked; private lessons, 'Phone 152. Misses OSulllvan, Wmte-st., Southport. MONEY TO LEND MONEY TO LEND, on Firet Mortgage Apply 'INVESTOR,' 'Bulletin' Office, Southport OFFERS will be received by tha Dlaector, Commonwealth Lands and Surveys, Melbourne, until Noon on 29th April, for, the lease of the Drill Hal...

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New Methodist Minister WELCOME EXTENDED FOREIGN MISSIONS AUXILIARY [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929

New Methodist Minister WELCO.MEEXTENDED FOREIGN MISSIONS AUXILIARY The first meeting of the year of the Metbcdlst Fdneign Mission Auxiliary, was held in the Church on Monday afternoon. In the absenoe of the president TMrs. A. Bengston), the minister Rev. C. A. Read, presided. There were also jiresent : Mesdameg U. Upton, IL Pilling, G. Elite, J. Jackson, Earl, Ran son, El Holmes, Mills, sen., C. Belts, Ryder, sen.. H. J. Lewis, A. Matthews, Meisner, MMdleton, Elder, Kirkley. Sen., Miss Amy Mills, Rev. P. J. Lan h:.m, and tho secietary, M.'ss E. Meis ner. A wil-' mc was extended to the new minister (Rev. P. J. Lanham) hi- the Rev. C. A. Read. ReV. Lanham suit ably responded. ^ It was de:ided to forward the col lection, which amounted to 22/, to headquarteo, as an Easter gift. Letters of sympathy were directed to he sent to the president (Mrs. A. Bengston), and Mas. Ruthenberg, who wete absent through illness, also to Mrs. W. Kingston, who was unable to attend o^in? to a bereavement. ...

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"Some" Cooks AND SOME EXPERIENCES (No. 2) [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929

'Some' Cooks AND SOME EXPERIENCES (By J. D. STEELE) (No. 2) Soon after an advertisement fc a cook appeared in the 'Daily Herald.' a man, very small tn statue, some 5ft. nothing, applied, and who acknow ledged he was 'some' Oook; but if engaged, could only remain until 'the shearing season' commenced. 'Whit's your name?' I asked. 'Short,' says ho without an eve ouiverirK. N'oW his name proved to be as much ShcJ-'t as mine is Oast Iron. Short, however, was an excellent cook. Yes, Indeed, 'some' cook, but h(B was not honest, hence he had several names. He thought 'Short' was good, enough for me, until he received a short sentence tram the P.M., when It was disclosed that he had many aliases. The sh:ar ing season did not see him that yeai'. We all know, os should know, that cleanliness is next to Godliness; but, of course, there is a limit. A good cook wj8 engaged — not through me, by the way — punctual, end, to all appearjances, clean about himself and ths galley; but. alas!!! he was c...

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CURRUMBIN SALE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929

CURRUMBIN SALE . Mr. A. R. Andrews held a successful sale at Currumbin on Tuesday. The freehold of the property known as Kukule*. was disposed of to Mr. A. ChJppentVile, while the furn'shims wr-; chared at sat'sfactcry t-i i e«

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

DRESSMAKING, MILLINERY AND HEMSTITCHING miSS LATIMER. (Late of Brisbane) Has started, business as Dressmaker, and Milliner, also Hemstitching, 3d. u per yard., at M. SOEGAARD'S SOARBOROUGH-ST 'THE LIQUOR ACT OF 1912' (Section 34.) Notice of Application For Transfer of Licensed Victualler's Liccnir. To the Licensing Court of tho Licen sing District of Southport, acting under 'Tho Liquor Act of 1912.' I. FRANZISKA MUSSIG, being the holder of a Liccnsod Victualler's License under the said Act for the premises known 'as the Star Hotel, and situated at Nerang, in the said district, hereby givo notice that I Intend to apply, at the next sittings of the said Court, to transfer tile said . license to Isabella May Black, of Shore stiKet, Cleveland. And I, the said ISABELLA MAY BLACK, here/try give notice that it i- my intention to apply that such trans fer may be gnanted to me. I am maliv ried, having a husband alid no chil . ,-dren. I have held a license btefdre : Wellington Point Hotel, We...

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Social News [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929

Cccid News The Premier, the Hotu W. M'Cop mack, is spendiite a brief holiday at the Surfers' Paradise Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Lange Powell (Bris bane) will occupy their seaside home, Abydon, for the Easter. Mr. H. W. Atkinson and family are spending a holtday at the Pacific Hotel. Mrs. A. Johnston and Mr. J. and Miss D. Johnston (Corinda) have returned home after touring the Northern Rivers. Mrs. Walter. Loughlan and two chil dren (Mitchell), who have been spend In® several weeks with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Moore at ToomgoDmba, returned home du!rlng the week. The hostesses at an enjoyable even ing at the residence of Mrs. G. Nap per In Queen-street, last Thursday, to raise fund3 for, the sweet stall at tho . . approaching fete of the Congrega '- tional Ohurch, wene Mesdames W. S. Barron, E. J. Dowling, J. Hardcastle, and Miss F. Dellaway. Dancing and games were indulged in on tho ver andah and lawn, and the music was supplied by Mrs. \V. S. Barron, Miss Edna Barron, Messrs. W. H. Dowling, W...

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

ijj Let KING TEA add zest to the sharpened appetites ^ |jj of your picnic luncheon. £ || Brewed In tbe billy, KIN6 TEA loses none of its famous r |E| uniform excellence— because the tiny leaves that are ; E gathered In the early morning snnsbine of tbeir bill-crest c [| borne are specially selected for KINC TEA. Tbe fragrant £ ||| aroma and golden glory of KINC TEA have never been ex- 5 |S| celled. It is free from all trace of tannin. Mellow and ? IhI exquisite— 1i« a fit companion In jour picnic basket. ^ ' ( J.KINQ TEA ' I

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THE DAIRY HERD HOW TO BUILD IT UP [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929

THE DAIRY HERD HOW TO BUILD IT UP In the 'Essex Farmers' Journal' the subject of buildiife up a herd is discussed by Mr. Douglas B. Smitl* Wickham Bishop, who says : — 'Having chosen the breed, one roust be pre pared to spend some money, a a much as one can afford, on a jgood bull. The bull Is half the hertt In choosing a bull, let the beginner beware of be ing cairied away by some exceptional good point if some othergood points are sadly Iackingl For instance, I wouldn't buy a bull with a wonderful head if he had bad hind quarters, or whose dam possessed a wonderful re cord and he himself wae cow-hocked, and had a sloping rump. J would much rather have one moderately good all round than one exceptionally good in some points and very deficient In others. ii 'Then about the female side of the herd. The man with a healthy tank ing account goes to the dispersal sale of the so-and-so hdnd and buys, at lor|g t^^ices, a nuirber of the very best thnee-year-old heifers, either just calved o...

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For the Man on the Land COMPARISON OF TYPES DUAL PURPOSE OR SPECIALISED? [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929

? ? ? For the Man on the Land COMPARISON OF TYPES DUAL PURPOSE OR SPECIALISED? (By RRT.) Many and heated have been the argu ments regarding the comparative merits of dual-purpose animals and specialised animals, and it is with a certain amount of trepidation that I propose discussing a subject on which breeders hold such divergent views. However, having been closely connect ed with the -breeding of both dual purpose and specialised shoep, and having had many yens of opportunity at- impartially studying the merits of Both, my conclusions may be of in terest to those who dre undecided on the question. Representations of specialised types are Merino* and Southdowns among sheep — the former biieed being prim arily fa- wool and the latter for mut ton — and Jerseys and Polled Angus among cattle as representing milk and . __ beef. With Merinos the object striven for has been the production of the great est possible weight of sound wool of al cetrtaln fineness. By mating to gether sheep wit...

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TO AVOID BLISTERS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929

TO AVOID BLISTERS The type of starting handle not fitted with revolving hand grip will often cause painful blisters, or rkip ring of tlv pulms of the hand may be experienced. A piece of ordinary toe cap leather should be obtained, nnd cut as wide as tbe guin is long. This should be sewn in the form of a tubs sufficiently long to fit easily over th» handle grip. If It be 'lipped over the handle when starting tho engine, theie need bo no fear of a seta paint

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