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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929
Drive this Car . . . and Judge for Yourself SD»gj do SB m ? Nothing so brilliant and revolutionary ha* yet appeared in the field of low priced sixes. See it — ride in it — drive it — and you will recognise that, in the De Soto Six, the genius of Chrysler surmounts price limitations to a degree that upsets all existing standards. 5-Seater Touring Car Complete with SpareTyre, Cowl X. ^ f / Lamps, and Lovejojr Hydraulic L L 3 i / Shock Absorbers Delivered Brisbane DEALER EARL MOTORS LTD. STRADBROKE MOTORS LIMITED 419 ADELAIDE STREET, BR1SB ' NE DeSoto Six PRODUCT OF CHRYSLER CHRYSLER'S NEW FOUR CYLINDER MODEL, IS NOW AVAILABLE. The striking improvements are immediately noticeable. It setst an entirely new standard in car design. A 'Four' that acts like a ''Six' Price £265 WATCH FOR THE NEW MODELS. 65 AND 75 AVAILABLE SHORXLY. Local Dealers : The Southport Motor & Parking Co. Ltd, SCARBOROUGH-STREET. NEAR STATION. 'PHONE 379. SOUTHPORT. Studebaker's New Erskine Six Tourer *'*£31...
Kirra Swimmers Win SHAW CUP COMPETITIONS FINE EXHIBITION OF SURFCRAFT [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929
Kirra Swimmers Win SHAW CUP COMPETITIONS FINE EXHIBITION OF SURFCRAFT Outstanding surfcraft and deter mined efforts liy youthful live savers in the face of formidable odds were features of the third competition for the Shaw Cup, held at Burleigh Heads Beach on Sunday afternoon. Swept !-v slions currents some considerable d'lslanee norlh of their buoys, and apparently at the mercy or mc wans, lads of t« and t8 reached their ob jectl\e after a display which thrilled the immense crowd. The competition, which was for a cup presented to the Point Danger branch of the Surf As sociation by Shaw and Sons, of Bur leigh Heads, was the third of the series, previous winners being Kirra, ? and Tweed Heads and Coolangatta. Five teams competed, as follows: — Kirra.— J. -Ma* (capldln), W. Reinecke. J. Winders. C. Cox. Elane, A. .Moore. Mowbrav Park. — S. Costa (cap minV T. Boast. U. Nash, A. Gilbert. W. Daley. P. Smith. Southport. — tl. Noonan i captain), E. O. Wilson. A. Street. W. Noonan. I.. - B...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929
FIREWOOD Supplied in any quantity. Cut to any Length. W. CHIRN, 'Phone 64. Frank-street. Moreton Garage DRINNAN & COYARE Agents for all General Motors Products Look tor THE /itaiijfltfilW SIX In the price range of the £218 LOOK! If you think we are trying to do a good thing by keeping down the price of General Drapery, Grocery, and Hardware we would be pleased if you would call and give us a trial. In our Grocery department you can obtain Cash and Carry prices — prompt cash with order Orders called tor and delivered as usual J. Purvis & Sons, The Big Corner Block 'Where Business Hums' Southport
Council and Bowls MATCH AGAINST CITY COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929
Council and Bowls MATCH AGAINST' CITY COUNCIL Not only has the Council a business side, but it has a social side as well. This was shown at the last meeting of the Southport Town Council, when Aid. Andrews moved that the Bowling C'oh be communicated with and ar rangements made for the Ketnm match between thp Council and Bowling Club officials against tbe Brisbane City Council. Tb motion, which waa carried, was seconded by Aid. Shlllito. Several of the aUfermen are bowl era. and the Mayor; is shown by pictures to have once taken his place cm the mat. He was an enthusiastic sup porter, of the motion, and it is stated that he is taking bending exercises so as to fit himself for inclusion in the team.
On the Green EASTER HOLIDAY PLAY [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929
On the Green EASTER HOLIDAY PLAY Among the *lx rinks lu play on tbe Southport green on Saturday were a large number of visiting players. Tbe green was lu good order and some close and interesting play wan wit nessed. .Mr. R. C. Carey, as president of tbe club, welcomed 'the visitors at the afternoon lea adjournment. In re sponding, .Messrs. Jarrett (South Bris bane) and Oldmeadow (East Bris bane), complimented the club on Its very line green and its well known hospitality. Scores : — *\ Andrews. Kretzmar, Akes, A. K. Andrews ? 30 Hamlyn, Boden (Clay field), Ilar greaves (Wvnnum), MacMlllan tSoulh Brisbane) ? 17 I'ohluian, Lalher. Led bury ? 29 Cochrane, Biggs. Lane (Too woomba), Monkhouse .. .. 20 Shlllito, Annand, Bertwlslle, Clark 33 Gibson (Windsor), Nelsli (Too wong). Marfarlane (Annerley), Wlglitman (Toowong) . . . . 19 Bellby. Thams, Jarrett (South Brisbane), Carey ? 23 Rowe. Mason. Johnston, Hibbard 17 Maltman, McDonald (Gracevillc), Byres iSandgate), Adktns .. 36 Shepherd. R...
THE MILLENNIUM [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929
THE MILLENNIUM Wearily have the years passed. I know; Wearily to the pale watcher on the hill who has been so long gaz ing for the daybreak: wear ily to the anxious multi tudes who have been wait ing for his tidings below. I Often has the cry gone up 1 through the darkness, | 'Watcher, what of the 1 night?' and often has the disappointing answer come, 'It is night still: here the ' stars are clear above me, ! but they shine afar, and | yonder the clouds lower heavily, and the sad night ' winds blow.' But the'time ! shall come, and perhaps ? sooner than we look font, ! when the countenance of that watcher shall gather ; into intenser expectancy, , and when the challenge I shall be giv^n , with the hopefulness of a nearer f vision. 'Watcher what of I' the night?' and the answer will come, 'The darkness i 1 is not so dense as it was ; there are faint streaks on 1 the horizon's verge; mist is | , in the valleys, but there is a radiance on the distant hill It comes nearer — I. that promi...
Tennis Finals CARNIVAL DOUBLES ON SUNDAY [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929
Tennis Finals CARNIVAL DOUBLES ON SUNDAY The open men's doubles handicap in connection with the recent annual tennis tournament will be completed at Queen's Patfc on Sunday afternoon, commencing at 1.30 }\m. J. Cuddjhy nrd G. Banks (owe 15) play R. J. Webb and C. E. Studdetrt (owe *215) in the semi-final, and immediately afterwards the winner^ play A. L. Ih-m? and M. J. Sullivan (owe 15U) 1 in the final.
NATURE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929
NATURE j. All things are engaged | in writing their history, j; The planet, the pebble. It goes attended by its shad It ow. The roning rock leaves |i its scratches on the moun | tain: the river, its channel [ in the soil: the animal, it*' , bones in the stratum: the i! fern and leaf, their modest j| epitaph in the coal. The falling drop makes its sculpture in the sand or 1 the stone. Not a foot steps into the snow or along the ground, but prints, in char acters more or less lasting, a map of its march Every act of the man inscribes it self in the memories of its fellows, and in his own manners and face. The air is full of sounds, the sky of tokens, the ground is all memoranda and signatures, and evey object covered over with hints which speak to the intelligent. —Emerson.
SPORTING Tennis Fixtures SOUTHPORT AND DISTRICT ASSOCIATION A GRADE MEN'S. First Round [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929
sp°RTING ? Tennis Fixtures SOUTHPORT AND DISTR'TT ASSOCIATION A GRADE MEN'S. First Round April 6 — Burleigh Heads v. Wattles; Wychcourt, a bye. April 20— Wj-chccutt ▼. Burleigh Heads; Wattles, a bye. May 4— Wattles v. Wychcourt; Buc lelgh Heads, a bye. Second Round May 18 — Burleigh Heads v Wych court; Wattles, a bye. June 8 — Wychcourt v. Wattles; Bur leigh Heads, a bjp. June 22— Wattles v. Burleigh Heads; Wychcourt, a bye. A GRADE MIXED F*nt Rouml April 13 — Wychcourt v. Burleigh Heads; Wattes, a bye. April 27 — Wattles v. Wychcourt ; Burleigh Heads, a bye. May 11 — Burleigh Heads v. Wattle*; Wychoodrt, a bye. Second Round May 25— Burleigh Heads v. Wych court ; Wattles, a bye. June 15 — Wychcourt v. Wattles ; Bui leigh Heads; a bye. June 29— Wattles v. Burleigh Heads; Wychcourt, a bye. B GRADE MEN'S April 6 — Northside v. Ashgrove; West End v. Mu-feeeraba; Netting v. Sea view; Wattles, a bye. April 20 — Mudgee-.aba v1. Northside; Ashgrove v West End; Wattles v. Ner nnjc Sec view, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929
Best Because Purest KRETSCHMAR — made Drinks are famed for their flavor Try our 'SMILO' The New Orange Drink Once Tasted Always Asked For. — OUR — BREWED GINGER BSER is a Popular Favorite — While Our — 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. 'PHONE 30. THE ORIGINAL Cash and Carry Store H. V. FOSTER SCARBOROUGH-STREET Our Prices: . SALMON, %lb. (A, lO^dl, 1/1 Tin; lib, 1/, 1/6, 1/9 Tin. SARDINES, 2H4, 4d, Bd Tin. CRAB, 1/3 and 1/5 Tin. KIPPERED HERRINGS. 7d. and lid.; FRESH HERRINGS, 6d. and 9d. HERRINGS ft TOMATO, 6Kd.. 10K&. lid. OYSTERSi, 1/4; SHRIMPS, 1/2. RED HERRINGS, 2%d. each, 5 foe 1/. BLOATER PASTE, 2d, 3%d, 9A, 1/3. ANCHOVY PASTE, 10d. ana 1/4 jar; ANOHOKREEM, lid. jar. ANCHOVEITE, lid. jar. KIPPERED SNACKS. 2%d. and 3Md. Top of the Hill Opposite Catholic Church Scarborough Street Don't forget the place , or H. V. FOSTER,
Southport Model Band GOOD PROGRESS MADE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929
Southport Model Band GOOD PROGRESS MADE Those who ane interested in having a good brass band In our midst will be pleased to leacn that, according to progress reported at a meeting of the ccmirfttee of the Southport Model Band, held at Mr. E. Stewart's resid ence laet week, the band Is on the way to achieve what the committee desires — its placement on a sound footing, makiqg it worthy of the support of townspeople Those present wens; Messrs. Ralph Johnston (presidant), M. J. ODonohue, E. Stewart, P. Baby, S. W. tSm-o. EL J. Dcrwling (conduetdrX, Q. Panitz (deputy conductor), and W. Eddois (hoiw Ha*t-9), Letters were received from several learndrs, who desired to job the band, and thsSu wene referred to the con ductor. A letter was received from Mrs. R M. Collins, accepting position of patroness of the band, and forward ing donation of £6 to the funds, it was decided to forward, a letter of thanks; also cne to Dr. Hnx table, who, in thanking the band for having elected him a vloe-pr...
Backed off Punt CAR AND PASSENGERS SUBMERGED CAR SINCE RECOVERED [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929
Backed off Punt CAR AND PASENGEBS SUBMERGED \5 OAR SINCE RECOVERED The motor car which backed off the Boydl3 Bay ferry punt Into deeo water, at Tweed Heads on Sunday, was re covered on Tuesday. Several hand bags containing money, which belong ed to the lady members of the party, were recovered also. Tha back por tion of the hood was kipped off, in dicating that some of the occupant* of the car reached the surface b* breaking through the hood. Trjo car contaned a r arty of visitors worn Brisbane, who had a narrow escape from drowning!. One member of the party — Mrs. Douglas, a lady about 80 years of age, is an inmate of tho Tuved Heads Hos pital. suffering fnom immersion and shock. The punt had iust commenced the .iourney to Tweed Heads side of the bay when the car moved backwards into the stream carrying its human freight with it into water some 8 or 10 feet deep. Urvan Reynolds, aged IS yeals, the son of tne ferryman, dived into the stream and managed to assist one of the occupants...
Sunday School Picnic METHODIST CHILDREN MAKE MERRY [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929
Sunday School Picnic METHODIST CHILDREN MARK MERRY The Methodist Sunday School held their annual picnic on Saturday, March 23, Scholars numbering about 70, accompanied by their teachers and the minister (Rev. CL A. Read), marched from the church to the show RTOund. The morning was 'spent playing; games, etc. In the afternoon poets were held 'or which prizes were given. After lunch the children wera joined by a number of parents and friends, over 100 children being pre tent for tea. The weather was per fect and evpryone had a most enjoy able time. The following are the results of the spoils: — Girls' race (under 6). Col leen 0Iive3 1, Melba Raabe 2; boys' '(under 6), Moreton Thams 1, Ncntvin Erbacher 2; girls race (6 and 7 years), Thelma Wright 1, Rita Jor.es 2; boys' (6 and 7 yea a), Leslie Green berry 1, Wallace Sparks 2; girls' (8 and 9), Mary Emzin 1, Muriel Raabe 2; Boys' (8 and 9), Sydney Greenberry 1, Jack Ellis 2; (eirls' (10 and 11), Hazel Dennis 1, Del Raabe 2: boys' (10 an...
Anzac Day CLOSING BUSINESS PREMISES [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929
Anzac Day CLOSING BUSINESS PREMISES It is anticipated that before n2xt Anzac Day, 1930, an Act will have ?been placed on the Quee.-sland. Statutes, similar to that in force in Victci.la. whereby wholesale and retail' establishments are closed during the whole day, tha essential services be ing carried on «s usual. The Premier who .is supported by the Anzac Day , ComT.emcration Committee, has. ex pressed tbe desire 'hat the prov sions of this Act should, be observed volun talily in Queensland, this yeair'; the Returned Sailors and Soldiers' I.eaguj ate very strongly in favor of a holi day on- Anzac Day, and are anxious that the community should obaettve the Victorian procedure. There is no desire to interfere with the solemn celebration, as canrietl out in tbis State, it being the hope of all con cerned that the day will be tuitably commemorated, and that the attend ance at the functions, will be propor tionately laiger owing to business premises being closed. Employers are reqeusted...
Ambulance Sports COMMITTEES 'PREPARATIONS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929
Ambulance Sports COMMITTEES 'PREPARATIONS If this year's ambulance sports ido not eclipse all fonmer efforts it will not be tbe fault of the committee, the membdrs of whtich are actively pre paring for the bfe event. Drawing attention to the sinai 1 prize money at a meeting of the com mittee tbe other evening, in the cross-cut saw competition, Mr. L. A. Annand offered to donate a guinea as the first yirize. Mr. Annand's offer wes ac.-eoted with thanks and it was decided to ?imnke ths prize two o::en orders for a half-guinea each. The fed etrry (Mr. P. Kaby) reported that he had attended a band, meeting and the bmi would render a pro gram-re at the sh'w p, round on E'tgh: bour D-y. Th; foe asked was £5/5/, but/fne committee would make a t'on - -Icfi to the funds. During a discussion m:mber^ drew attention to the fact that all Temberij of the co.rinittee and the stewards were pivirjj their services free for the -iay, and it was tlnuight that as the Ambulance Brigade is a charitable in...
EASTER BY THE SEASIDE HOLIDAY CROWDS ALONG THE SOUTH COAST GOOD DAYS BUT RAINY NIGHTS—BAD ROADS AND LANGUAGE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929
EASTER BY THE SEASIDE — — — — HOLIDAY CROWDS ALONG THE SOUTH COAST GOOD DAYS BUT RAINY NIGHTS- BAD ROADS AND LANGUAGE There was a great rush of holiday crowds to the South Coast teasirfe for Easter. OH, but what reads ! And what weather ! Southport was the pivot af thrse great crowds, some of whom moved on to the ever popular Bur leigh, while others still pasted along to Coolnngatta. The weather was not what an Easter holidaying crowd likes to have; but it watn't at all bad, con t'dered from a general view-point. The days were fine but dull, with occtsion'al fleeting showers. Fol lowing the more kindly moods of the day heavy rain fell at night, and there was not much pleasure for can-.pers or tho-e youthful twin spirits who delight to wander abroad in the shadowed solitude of the night. - However, all things considered, the Easter wais not at all bad for ths great bulk of our visitors, once tl^By reached, their destination. But, to get there from 'Brisbane, what roads they had to tr...