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PROLONGED HOOD LIFE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929
PROLONGED HOOD LIFE After being u'ed for two seasons, the rubber-composition hood of in automobile is iikely to develop holes where creases occur. To close each opening, and prevent water from orjnnirg through, cut a circular patch of canvas, cent one side with tyre cement, and coat the inside cf the hood around the hole. Let the element ^ry for a few minutes, and then coat both the hood end the patch sgain libe Tally. Leave them for 10 to 15 minutes, after which place the ratch in position, and hold a heated flat-iron ovec it, thereby curirt; the cement, and making it hold. The cracking and peeling of the rubber is caused by exposure to rain arrd sunshine.
AGRICULTURAL ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929
AGRICULTURAL ITEMS The horse should be fad frequently, preferably giving small handfuls of fodder at a time, and letting the horse clear up what is in its manger before giving a fresh supply. ? ? * I noticed in youn agricultural pages recently a paragraph In which a South African mentioned his success in dehonmijg calves with hot irons in lieu of caustic sticks,' writes a reader of the 'Bulletin.' 'In 1927 1928 I dehorned 24 calves with a hot iron, applied to the bud (one end shaped to a mi'.ble), with 100 per cent, success one application being ample. A farmer at a saleyand ex pressed the opinion that some of the yearling heifers must be natural polys. Copper implements must not be used as they cause festering.' ? e ? Calves will begin to eat roughage when from 30 to 40 days old. This means the feeding of whole rodk until calves are about 20 days old, and then, if liquid skm milk is not avail able, the substitution of skhn milk ponder until the calves, are about 60 days old, and it...
INFLUENCE ON TEST. DOES FEED AFFECT RECORD [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929
INFLUENCE ON TEST. DOES FEED AFFECT RECORD Does the feeding of different kinds of feed increase oc decrease the amount of buttcrfat in milk? My observation and experience have taugho me that It will not. To settle an argument on this point, will you kindly expredi yourself on the matter, asks a writer in Hoard's Dairyman. To this tbe reply is made that the evidence fipm experimental trials is nmcTnaive that the fat percentage of mffic cannot be pefrianently changed by any method of feeding. However, experiments haves hown that sudden choxfees in the nation may result In a small fat Increase or decrease for a few days with acme individuals, and with othelrB no effect is produced. In every case, the results are only tem panujl Cows highly fitted 'before freshening will frequently sl\ow a higher tst than nqncal for a few weeks, but the test will ther. return to normal. In dacnslng this subject, Henrv and Morrison In their book, 'Feeds aad Feeding;' say: 'Until recent yejta It was Belie...
Loval Orange Lodge CONFERENCE AT SOUTHPORT [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929
Loval Orange Lodge CONFERENCE AT SOUTHPORT The grand master, office bearers, arul. staff of the Grand Orange Lodge o Queensland tcgether with the dele Rates of the subordinate lodges from all parts of the State will be arriving in Southport by the several trains HuMng Thursday evening, the 28th in stant. The Qnand Lodge officers and tbe delegates will sit in conference on Friday rr.orring at 9 m, and will continue on until late on Easter Mon day night. During the sessions office bearerts will be appointed for the en suing year. On Satt&day night at 8 P-m., the Grand Lodge Officers and the dele gates will be entertained at a dinner and social evening in the Excelsior Hall by the members of the Southport and the Ormeau Lodges during which entertainment they will be formally welcomed to Soutqport by his Wor ship the Mayor, Alderman J. H. Gr ice and other leading citizens. On Easter Sunday at 2.30 pjn. a grand ' procession headed by the Southport Model Bar*), will proceed from t...
Rev. Munro Honored GOOD-WILL GATHERING [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929
Rev. Munro Honored GOOD-WILL GATHERING The Presbyterian Cfaurjch was well filled on Tuesday evening, when a social was held, °s a farewell to the minister, the Rev. P. Munro, who is leaving on Saturday next for Mareeba. The president of the church. Aid. J. W. Troyahn, was in tin chair and with him on the platfcfcn in addition to the Revl Munro wene the Rev. C. A. Read (Methodist), the Rev. W. A. Harde, B.A. (Coijgregatonal), and. Mr. T. Loosemou?, secretary. Solos wens dtodered by Miss E. ShilUto, Mr. C. Bettsi and the Rev. W. At Haixfte, while recitations were given by Misses P. Carey and Ade laide Hunter. The chairman said they ba$ met an a tribute to the Rev. Murlro, and to show the respect and esteem in which he was held. The Rev. Munro had cone direct from college in the old country to Southport, and during the e'jhteen months he has been with them, he had. shown great pluck arid ability. He was sure tlx) chartge from place to place would he for Mr. Munro's ultimate good, and t...
Mayor Should Withdraw COOMERA COUNCIL AND FERRY ROPE DENIAL OF ALLEGATIONS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929
Mayor Should Withdraw COOMERA COUNCIL AND FERRY ROPE DENIAL OF ALLEGATIONS When the Mayor of Southport, AU. J. Hendry Grice, made his recent attack upon the Coomera Council for it« alleged failure to keep the Coomera Ferry effec tively equipped, he drew forth a storm of appl'use that echoed from hill to hill. The counter offensive came from the Coomera Council, when It* members met in fe»:on last week, and told tl-e ITjycr he was barking up the wronq tree | also that he would be better engaged minding his own bvsinets th.*n making attacks that had no foundation to them. Furthermore, they considered it «ii up fo him to withdraw when he knew the facts, and say he was sorry. The Cl-)rk (Mr. F. Wuth), in ex pansion, said that no quotations such as were alleged were ever given to the Council. The fiOn from whom the rope was obtained, was run^ up and asked to supply a rope as usual. Tho one sent cost £10/5/9, not £8. The ropes which wine supplied before had always been satisfactory, but t...
ALBERT ELECTORATE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929
ALBERT ELECTORATE In this issue apj.licaticns are called for from persons eligible to contest the Albert electorate in the interest of the Country and PrtRressivo National Party. Applications, which must be on the pipscrJSeft form, close with the general secretary (Mr. J. Shuv, Terrica House, Adelaide-street, Brisbane), from wborr the necessary forims are obtainable. Mis. K. G. Barker (Mnntvflle) is spending a holiday with her mother. Mrs. W. G. White1. To aid the fnuds of the Nerang School of Arts, a dance was held last Friday evening. The hall was decor ate! with streamers, music was sup plied by the Purple Strollers' Band, and Mr. J. Ryan carried out the duties of master of ceremonies.
ANTIQUITY [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929
ANTIQUITY Antiquity t thou wondrous charm, what crt thou? that, be ing nothing, art everything ! When thou w«rt, thou Wert not antiquity as thou calledst it to look back to with blind venera tion $ then thyself being to thy self fiat, jejune, modern I What mystery lurks in this retrover sion ? or what half J anuses are we, that cftinot look forward with the lame idolatry with which we forever revert 7 The mighty future is at nothing, he Ins evirythinj 1 The past is everything, being nothinj. — Lamb
"Sunny Southport" APPRECIATED ABROAD COPY FOR MITCHELL LIBRARY [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929
'Sunny Southport' APPRECIATED ABROAD COPY FOR MITCHELL LIBRARY The principle of the old adage 'A ptopjhet Is unhonored in his own country' la as Applicable in tbe lfealm of art as in any other sphere. Tbe latfest exemplification of this is a re quest by the Mitchell National Lib rary of New South Wale3 to Mr. M. J. Sullivan for a copy of the song 'Sunny Southport' for inclusion emongst the notable Australian musi cal treasures, which are housed in that well known institution for tbe benefit of posterity. Needless to say, Mr. SuHvan plromptly complied with the request. He is to be congratulated on the tarf? having received such a flattering and unsolicited compliment. ; It is to be regretted, however, thtit the song has not received the support from the Southpofrt citizens that It deserves; and were it not for exten sive sales in Warwick, Toowoomba, Maryborough and other country cen Ureis, the production would have been a financial failure. Ev^ry patriotic Southport resident who desi...
ABOUT TEA [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929
ABOUT TEA Why does the first infusion of tea possess mone aroma than the second, asks a Meryimaa correspondent ? Be cause the first Infusion, if the water used Is at the boiling temperature, takes up the essential oil of the tea, while the second water receives only the bitter extract supplied by the - tannic add of tea.
A Motor Mating [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929
A Motor Mating Mr. Morris Cowley met Lizzie Ford at Alblori. He had been a Rover and had travelled a good deal Overland. Ha played a (good game of Rugby and represented Australia in International games. He asked Undo to meet him that night, but she said It was Willys Knight and she would Dodge htm if she could. They met under the Moon and she called him her Star. They married am their wedding was an nonucetd in the Stand^rvL Telr honey moon was spent in Cleveland, and in due course a Baby Austin arrived, which they called their Sunbeam. They often have to speak to it Cross ley and Whippett
WELCOME TO SOUTHPORT [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929
WELCOME TO SOUTHPORT To tho Hon. \V. McCormack, Premier of Queensland. As the Premier of, potentially, the greatest State in the Common weath, we welcome you as a visitor to Southport, the premier watering place of Queensland, and. from the point of view of natural charm, Australia's most alluring playground. It is not the first ;tirae you have been here, but like al! vistore, who coine once you want to again. v Thus, once more, you join the ranks of other distinguished visitors who have come to breathe our invigorating air and en- ' joy the restful quiet of of our beautiful seaside. Doubtless, you will observe — as you must have observed before — that here, in the making, is a great tourist paradise, which, as such, will be a valuable asset to Queensland. Vou will observe also that there is much scope and need for foreshore beautification, and in this we want you to help us. not for ourselves alone, but because of what it will mean to Queensland, fot you can't bring visitors to one...
Indecisive Cricket SOUTHPORT AND BEENLEIGH ASSOCIATIONS TIME THE SAVER AND THIEF [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929
Indecisive Cricket SOUTHPORT. AND BEENLEIGll ASSOCIATIONS TIME THE SAVER AND THIEF Three tims this reason no finality has been leached In matches played between the Beenleigh and South port Drstfrict Cricket AsFo:Iaticm to decide the right to meet Bcaude sert in the final of the Webb Shield competition. It is unlikely now that another attempt will be made to com plete the match. The thiild came was played on Saturday at the Southpoit show ground. As was the case in the first match, Southport had a big lead and were cssured of victory if the game had gone a little while loiter. However, Beenleigh, with one wicket to fall and an impossible deficit to wipe off, pi.'iyed out time. Southport and District batted first and declared at si* wickets for 218. At the close of play Beenleigh were nine for 163. Southport did not start off too hopefully,, the first two wickets fall ing for 10 runs. W. Foxwell and L. Oxenford maintained a stand and 48 was tecoidod before Foxwell's wicket fell.' His...
Bright Tennis CARNIVAL GAMES RESUMED [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929
Bright Tennis CARNIVAL GAMES RESUMED Good tennis was witnessed on the Queen's Paliic courts over the week end. when the unfinished tennis carni val was continued. Miss BL Schwabe (15) defeated Mis3 H. Andrews (scr.) in the final of the ladies' special tingles handicap, after a stern tussle, the scores being 6-4, 6-2. Surprise was created bv the defeat of M. J. Sullivan, who was forecasted as a finalist in the men's special singles handicap, by L. A Wilkinson. The winner fully deserved his victory, making few mistakes in a steady, careful gama From his service he followed up to the net tnd by bril liant and accurate volleying smother ed- his opponent's drives. Sullivan looked a tired man and did not repro duce his previous tournament plav. Both players started from a level mark. The' scores wete 6-5, 6-2. In their match in the men's open doubles handicap E. O'Sliea and W. G. Powell ||.x-vided stiff opposition to a more experienced pair, in R. Hope and E. Pearson. 'Hie latter, who had...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929
J. D. ANDREWS, Aactioaeer aad Coaanwioo Ageat, TALLEBUDCERA. Sales held In any part of the District. FARMS FOR SALE \Yxlte for list to — X D. ANDREWS. Winifred Elsie Hopkins LT.C.U. A.T.Oi„ Organist of St. Peter's Church. Teacher of Pianoforte, Violin, Hartnony, and Theory. Students prepared for all Music Franw. Address: — 'St. Gregory,' Queen Street, Southport. ♦ The Original German (Dr. Sandow's) Karlsbad Salts Which are intended to be takt-11 internally to remove acidity from the blood and thus relieve all forms of Rheumatism, Sciatica and other Rheumatic Pains PRICE 2s 6d Procureable from — W. E. Martin, ph c. Dispensing Chemist 0pp. POST OFFICE SOUTHPORT AGENT FOR GOLDEN CASKET ART UNION ? ► ?? ? ♦ I for all your I Musical Supplies | i Shect Music l| p K QRICE'S have the most | |S sheet music in the Common i flSno ySSSS-i!? 1 wealth. Classics, Teaching | I n Music or the Popular Hits of | | f the Day can be obtained at !| E ? the shortest notice. ji | Wtile for llsl of New Musi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929
FIREWOOD Supplied In any quantity. Cut to any Length. W. CHIRN. 'Phone 61. Frank-slreet. BURLEIGH PLUMBING WORKS e. h. c, Meyers, PLUMBER AND GALVANISED IRON WORKER. JAMES-ST, BURLEIGH HEADS. 'PHONE 33. Contract prices for all Classes ot Roofing ana Tank Making, Stoves, Plunge and Shower Baths, Water* Heaters, Etc. Windmills Supplied and Erected. FIRST CLASS WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED A TRIAL SOLICITED C. G. Belford ^ The New Small Goodsman SCARBOROUGH ST., SOUTHPORT I DELIVER DAILY. Forwand Your Address and I wilt deliver. ?PHONE 463. Marggraf's — For — AH Classes of Footwear, Hosiery Musical Instruments RECORDS AND ACCESSORIES In GREAT ASSORTMENT H. Marggraf & Son NERANG STREET, SOUTHPORT. 'PHONE 161. Study Your Reading GET IT. FROM A GOOD LIBRARY We have just not In a New Stock of ahe latest favorites and best sellers. DROP IN AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES ALL' NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS. J. F. (iAYcN, BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, NEWSAGENT NERANG STREET. SOUTHPORT ? ? 1 picnic fare is a ...
HINTS FOR HOUSEHOLDERS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929
HINTS FOR HOUSEHOLDERS A slice of lemon ridded *o stewing Frunes implroves the flavor, consider ably. ? a ? Mmqemeat has a finer flavor if it is stored altogether in one largo jar, rather than in pots like jam. ? a a If u fruit: cake mlxtuie is not pat into a neally hot oven at first, the fruit will sink to the bottom of tke tin, ? ? ? When cutting jelly squaies, use scissors dipped in cold water instead of a knUe. The jelly can bs cut snullEr, and dissolves quicker. ? ? a If a rusty needle is placed between the strikers of two boxe* of safety matches and rubbed brfckly It will becoma clean quickly. « ? « In Icing cakes, it will be found tlv:t if they are firjit b.'ushed over with a little -Ahite of cgi, the marzipan will adhere more firmly. * » ? If n cake is to be iced. vvh?n -ou put the mixtulre in thj tin hea,p it ltuni. the sides, leaving a well in ths middle, so that the top will be utmost flat when it is done. When making mincemeat, put the apples, stoned raisins, reel, and a...
SPECIAL RECIPES [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929
SPECIAL RECIPES Vegetable Meal. — Half a Pound of tomatoes, 2oz. of t.ratcd cheese, Koz. of butter. 4oz. breadcrumbs, 1 very small grated onion, and salt and p;p )er to taste. Four boiling water over tomatoes to ren ovc the skirts; cut wp rind put into a pan with the butteC simm?tf gently for a few minutes, then add the other ingredients. Mix wjll and put into a glass dish and pour nrelted butter over it. ? ? ? Tatty fcr Lunch. — 1%'b. of veal.-l lemon, 1 slice -|f ham, 3 hard-lo'led fttljs, and pepper aal salt. Stew the meat with the thin lind of the letum lri a very little water till quite ten der, wlvn done, cut up both veal and ham into small pieces. Mince tlw lemon rind very fine, and set aside to tool. A'-ld the lemon juice r.nil the seasoningi with stock and let this ii'so cool. Cut the into sl cv, and arrange them in a plain miuld or dish. Pour in the cool stock ard ?r»at, and set adde till quite -old when It should turn out who'e.
PORRIDGE SCONES [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929
PORRIDGE scones Anv porridge left from b'eakfst mav be used for th-'se. Knead as much flour (or fine oat meal) into some cold porridge as will make It stiff enough to roll. Turn on to a flouted board and mil cut obcut *2ln th'ck. Cut into rounds and lake on a hot greased Hrdlf or m a hot greased frying-pan. When b own on ore side turn and brown the other, .Split -open, butter and scfye hot.