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Albert Seat TWO MORE CANDIDATES [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

Albert Seat TWO MORE CANDIDATES Mft Enoch M'Kenzie, rctng on a je quisition, has atrree-l to contest tho ballot for the selection of u candidate to represent the Albeit seat in the interests of tho Ccuntiy and Progies flve Nat'oral .party. Mr. M'Kenzie is vell-Vncwn in Br'fbane, and alorw the Fouth Co^st line, having been a lesid ent of Moorooka log nine years. Mr. M'Kenzie, who is a returned f-pldier. uas a lunner-up in the Oxley ballot for the se'ection of a candi date. Another candidate for party selec tion Is Mr. Joseph M'Whinney, solici tdr, of Brisbane, but formerly of £oolanpattx Mr. M'Whlnnoy is well Jcnown in the coastal area of the elec torate. and is ijjardod as n strong man, with strong claims to lecticn. The selection is expected to be mcxJe to-day. ? — - ? ? - ? —

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

J. N. Skelton BUTCHER QUEEN1 AND SCARBOROUGH STREETS ? SOUTHPOR'i Orders called for Daily and Prompt Delivery to Town Residents. Three Deliveries each week to Bcnowa ant* Bnndall. For 1001b. or 501b. lots CORNED BEEF CANNOT BE EXCELLED COUNTRY CUSTOMERS A SPECIALTY. ?FHONES: Scxbcroiuh Street, 19; Queen-street, 83. Northside Butchery Q. A. JACKSON, Family and Carcass Butcher Scarborough Street (North), Southport PRIMEST BEEF ONLY CUSTOMERS WAITED ON DAILY. SHOP PHONE, 90 ; HOUSE 'PHONE. 19R I If you want the best, combined j I with civility and attention, try , | COLVIN I ? I I THE NEW BUTCHER I NERANG STREET, SOUTHPORT I j 'PHONE 142 | Mr. C. G. Frew, UD-Q-. SURGEON DENTIST, COUNTRY PRESS CHAMBERS EDWARD-ST., BRISBANE. S. B. WARD, AUTHORISED SURVEYOR. (Late A.LF.), Nerang Street, Southport. Vhone 205. Bex 9. R. McCOWAN, ' SOLICITOR, 334 QUEEN-STREET, BRISBANE New Zealand Insurance Chambers Also Narobour and Beaudesert. Will visit Southport - EVERY FRIDAY, And may be consulted at th...

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Glaring Headlights [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

Glaring Headlights 'XonJescript' wiites; — Why don't the timers that bt in duce the motorist to shade their lights at night. Minding ;-eople who have to travel the bitu ven roods because the so-called footpaths ale too muddy and sticky.

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Orangemen Meet ANNUAL CONFERENCE AT SOUTHPORT SPECTACULAR STREET PROCESSION [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

Orangemen Meet ANNUAL CONFERENCE AT SOUTHPORT SPECTACULAR STREET PROCESSION Delegates t? the number of 40 from Orsn;e Lodi^s throughout the State cme -c Scuthpo't fo' Eciter, *hen the annual confer* ence of the Society was held. ' The virtnrs were met by repre sentatives of the Southport «n& Ornreau Lo:^ »s they arrived^ and all were eMcrtelned at a social evening at Words* ExrtN fior Cafe hall on Satvriiay night, foilowjn.r the operfnn stiston* of fhe conference. Present at the soc'af was hts Wor ship, Aid. J. Herfdry Crier, Mayer rf Southport, who extended a hearty welcome to visiting dele {2tts, and commended them for having chosen Southport as tve venue of their conference. On Eft-»ter Sun% a spectacu lar street procession was held from the vicinity of the railway station to the ' Congregational Church, where the - Rev. W. A. ' Hardy pie'ched a sermon appro priate to the o;caion, The sessions, which wers. held. in camera, were begun on Friday, with the annual session* -f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

There's no Bunkum ABOUT OUR GOODS— They're all Dinkum OUR BREAD IS IN EVERYBODY 'o MOUTH. ?CAT PUB AMI MMHANTCEO SAUSAGE ROUS JUST THE THING FOB LIGHT LUNCHEONS J, E. MARRABLE, BAKER AND PASTRYCOOK SCARtfOROlMH ST* MORTHSIDE, SOUTHPORT. *PHONS 295. CHILLY WINTER APPROACHES! WOOP5 HOT PIES ?RAT OR FRUIT, Have the desired effect of warmfac apd stimulates the whole syvtem. Watch for the Cart and secure your supplies. Pastries, Cakes, rnd All Other Refreshments of the Highest Qual ity on Hand. REFRESHMENTS AT ALL HOURS. CHOICEST FRUIT AND VEGETABLES. H. H. WOODS, THE WHITE CAFE. NERANQ STREET, — SOUTHPORT. VHONE 375. It Pays to Come to the Right Place— 'TRlTTON'S' Send 20/' now FOR A BEAUTIFUL COST Kapok QUILT (Double Bed Size) FREIQHT FREE. Simply send a pound note . addressed as below and in re. j£ al jHa, turn we'll forward you a re inrrfA markably pretty, cosy, and comfortable Kapok Quilt, double bed sin, 6 ft. x 5 ft. You'll need one for the cold weather. Buy It rolfiRlVSSBfara thi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

Finney^ ^ QUEEN 6 ADELAIDE Sis. -BRISBANE jrltenetDlPooljer«eij Sports Suits J XDM17 — Two Piece Jumper Suit in .All tUool Jerseq Cloth in Ihe new two tone effect with barrel stripes. Smart pleated skirt. In mastic and red. rmf\ //'? ssw. 38in. to 40in.; sw, 40in.: v. 42in. Price 79/ O * XUHU8 — Exclusive All IDool Jerseq Jumper Snil, smart check designs with effective self band. Skirt pleated at sides. In saxe and blush pink combination. 1^ ssw 38in. to 40in.: sw. 40in.: w. 42in. Price f w//0 . XDM10 — Smart All UJool Two Piece Jerseq Suit. Jumper shows neat fancy designs in blush pink with skirt and belt in harmonising shade oj beige: ssw, 38in. to 40in.; sw, 40in ; w. 42in. Price....' ? 79/.0 POST FREE FROM y Finneij, Isles & Co. Limited

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Useful on the Farm [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

Useful on the Farm The question of the ai;ea of a cer tain paddock, or the volume of a hay stack or dani; often arises on the farm, and a knowledge of how to deal with the common problems of fauu measurements Is alwajs useful. In most eases all that is necessary is a leasonablo approximation, which can be nixlved at by simple rules of men suration. A pamphlet on this subject L- available free on application to the Under-Secretary, Department of Agri culture, Sjdney. In 10 years losses from tubercu losis in United States dairy herds has been halved while the loss from abor tion has doubled.

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CROWDS AT COOLANGATTA Hall Proprietors May be Prosecuted. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

CROWDS AT COOL AN 8 ATT A Hall Proprietors May be Pnmitii Beach crowds on Good Friday were smaller than for soma years past, due to intefnnittent showers, which drove them to shelter, but on Saturday there were 'much larger attendances on all the beaches, where the best sutf of the season was running. On Sunday the beach drowefe were well up to tne average. The various houses of ac commodation were well filled, every train bringing its full complement of passengeijs, whilst hundreds of others Arrived by beat, car, and Trai ? Th number of campers this yeae was smaller than it would have Seen unden normal weather conditions. Ample amusement was provided by the various theattas and dance halls, which were largely patronised. The Cooangatta picture theatres were open foa business as usual on the the night of Good Friday, and strain on Sunday night, although the Ooolangatta Council refused to grant permission for tbe shows to open on either of the nights named. It is probable that both p...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

BE SAFE! Use SANDER & SONS' PURE VOLATILE EUCALYPTI EXTRACT, whose purity and strength have won for it the verdict of a Supreme Court, the distinctions of Exhibitions and the patronage of the whole medical profession. SANDER'S contains highest percentage ethereal eucalyptol and is an unrivalled disinfectant. SANDER'S gives instantaneous lelief in headache, fevers, colds, 'flu, catarrh, lung and stomach trouble#, uloers, bums wounds, sprains. £ few drops - in water taken internally will restore vfeor. SANDER'S is the genuine, and has none of tbe deleteri ous effects of crude oils or sn-cilled ?'extracts.' Refuse to accept any substitute sold for 'just as pood.'' SANDER'S is the essence, of the re fined product of selected leaves only, manufactured under continual medical supervision. There . is only one»_ genuine and one beat— SANDER'S. (T.' ' MURILLA ' MERON STREET Accommodation for Permanent Bo&nders. MODERATE TARIFF ?Phone 217. ANNAND'S SOUTHPORT Wish to thank the ...

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Surf Life-Saving NEW METHODS ADOPTED [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

Surf Life-Saving NEW METHODS ADOPTED At a meeting of the b.'.uj c f ex aminers of the- Point Dinger branch S.US.A. of Au-itl.-alia. held at Kirra, the honorary instructor-in-chief (Mr. C. G. Englert) pJesented a detailed report of a conference held in Sydney with the ex:uiiner-in-chief and in stiuctcr-ir.-chiet for Australia in con nection with suggested new methods of resuscitation and drill. He leport e-l that it had definitely l-een decided to include in the new edition of th.e Surf Association Handbook of Irst ruc- tion the methods of promotion of \\ar- th intnoduceJ by the Point Dan ger branch, which were considered to lx- mote efficient than existing methoc's. It was decided to ask for the inclusion in the handbook of a codo of flag Finals for use in connec tion with surf boats engaged in ies cue and carnival work, and to have the srn-.o cede fixed in th? stem sh'e'.s of every life boat under the control of the association, and on the doors of the various boat sheds, in oij'er...

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Life Savers in Sydney REPORT FROM MANAGER [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

Life Savers in Sydney REPORT FROM MANAGER At the monthly meeting of the Point Danger branch of the Surf L'fe saving Association, h?!d at Mr. P. J. Fagan*s Gneenmonth Boarding-house, on Saturday week Mr. C. G. Eufclert, manager of the Point Danger team, which recently took pnrt in the New South Wales championships, riese. ted a lengthy and informative report of tlvi team's activities and mad# several Tecarrfre nidations for future occasions. In importing the routine of the team, Mr. Englert stud that the 13 drills held w.HB attended as follows: J. Ajax 13, Noonan 13, Winders 13, Wilks 12, Bick, Nash Costa 11, and Boast 10. The team d,id not havle the same amount of training as last year, due to the fact that three members of the term lived in Brisbane, thus pdevent night IdrilL This left only ?seven 6i*ling days In which to prepare the team, which time was Inadequate and bordered on the farcical side to at tempt to attain proficiency for a (ba*np'on?hip event. However, the proficienc...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

Why is a careful housewife like a dog tiyinf; to bite its own tail ? — Be- cause they are both trying to make both ends meet.

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With the Rifle Southport Club [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

With the Rifle SonibpoH Club The fifth bi-monthly shoot for the E. A. Freeman aggregate will be fired this week end. 6th and 7th, over 300, BOO and 600 yands ranges. Handicaps are T. Forsten 8, HI Richardson 22, F. Stewatt 16, S. Dcdman 28, K. Lahrs 16, N. Kretschmar 35, W. Hicks 15, R. Black 31, J. Pritchartl 34, A. Thome 24, E. H. Stewart 18, U ElUs 12 a Hillier 8, H. Miles 14, W. Maokev 12, E. Et Abdrewa 32, G. EHfa 15, W. Smith 7, E. Stewart 11, H. Lougheed 9, W. Pascoe 9, R. Akes 8, W. Dennis 8, a Black 18, J. Thome 10, J. Boyd 7, E. A; Bailay 11; H. Hovaift 6. W. Scarborough 14, J. L. Bailey 14, E. L. Freeman 8, R. M. Ptdd 11. J. Dowrie 10, A. Soejjaard 11. (Continued on page 4)

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Big Sports Meeting BEECHMONTS AMTTIOUS PROJECT [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

Big Sports Meeting BEECHMONTTS AMTTIOUS PROJECT To r.i tl-o funis f r a new spirM ground a b'g snorts meetirtr will bi helj. at Beechmon; on May 18, in Mr. F. Scott's paddock. As v.ill be seen'le an advertisement Ir. this issue the piograxrme is a com 1 .l-'is'\e'ne and cater.- equally well for the competitors and public. Not thj least of the attractions will be the exhibition of rough riding by Darby Brown, who fs recognised as one of Australia's leading horse men.

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Heavy Rainfall DISTRICT DELUGED [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

Heavy Rainfall DISTRICTDELUGED Heavy win set in again throughout ' the district on Thursday night. As a consequence the Merrimac flats and most of the other low-lying land in the viniclty of the coast was for the second time this yean under water. The mads in many places, too, w»re in a stewy condition, and -with the creeks running strongly, were impos sable in places to moton traffic. On the Brisbane road Slack's Creek is said to be not negotiable. Coomera ferry stopped running for a time owing to the high flood, and the Logan feijry is still tied up. It is ex- ? pected to be in action to-momow. The road leading to and from tbe deviation Is still in a bad condition, but the bitumen portion remains un damaged notwithstanding the h?aw traffic when foundations weiie roaVcd. Hie rainfall at Southpo't for the 24 hours ended 9 o'clock yesterday morning, was 356 points, and the fall for the week was 411. The total fall fo- March was 1452. At Upper Currumbin. wrere thi fall is usually heav...

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Cricket [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

Cricket On Monday Southport and. District Crickct Association played a social match against a Q.C.A. C grade team on the Southpotrt show grounds. A drawn game resulted. In their first innings Southport had made 134 for six wickets when the innings was declared, ciosod, and the Q.C.A; team were thise down for 33 at drawirie of stumps. W. Dowling and C. Napper were the not out nren, Dowling was In fine fcnr-. and appeared well set, his 42 not oat inclwiing some fine strokes. He was top scoiflr fop the match. R. Oxenford contributed a brightly made 24. W. Foxwell, who went in s* opening man. hotted soundly b?fcn- being dismissed for 20. J. Oxenford added a meritorious 21. Fop the Q.C.A, H. Mlnnes, with 12. made the most runs. Scores : — Southport.— First Innings W. Foxwell, c Pryke. b Baynes . . 20 A. L. Than?, b Nolan ? 0 R. Oxenfonl. b Baynes ? 2S W. Siganto, c SiUnan, b Baynes .. 9 W. Dow ling, not out ? 42 J. Oxenford, c M'lnnes, b Nolan . . 21 F. Oxenfoi)d, run out ? 8 C. Nappei, ...

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IN THE REALM OF SPORT On the Links [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

^ IN THE REAlM OF SPORT On the Links In line weather the Southport Kolf carnival was continued on Saturday, the competitors including a large number of visitors. The l-e»t cards returned In the 18 liolc peiitlemcn's stroke handicap were : — A. E. Johnston . . 83 li- 67 A. V. Dodweli ... 93 20 73 Itob. W. Cow .... 99 20 79 G. Scott ? 97 1G 81 C. Schuchanl . . . . 97 16 81 C. E. XI. Graham ..99 17 82 In the afternoon a large number of players took pari in a mixed foursome. Of the cards returned the best were — -J. and Mrs. G. French 10f- 27 79 B. Larritt — Miss Nixon 101 9 S3 It. J. Taylor — Mrs. - Dowlirf ? Ill 2C 95 C. D. Withy— Miss O. Cannan ? 104 18 8G Max Graham — Mrs. Cannan ? 105 18 90 R. N. Hinton — Mrs. C. £. M. Graham .. ..123 19 104 1 Other matches played resulted: — Men's 18-hole Bogey Handicap, A. Grade. — S. B. Skipper (4), 4 down; It. Conochie (0). 7 down. In the B wade men's bogey handi cap. A. E. JnhriMon ami A. J. Deakin tied for first witli 3 down, the best cards r...

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Social News [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

Social News On Thursday, Messrs. L, Tuesley, R. ? Upton, and. D. Schlinker left for Bris bane, en route to Sydney, where they will spend a month's vacation. Mr. L. M. Nixon, who b spending a month's holidal in Sydney, is b'i'g relieved bv Mr. Bl S. I-e VJs, of th® relieving staff. Mrs. J. K. Cannan and Miss Cannan, who sipent the Easter holidays at Southpoit, have returned to Brsbane. Dr. and Mrs. Harvey Walsh returned home on Wednesday to, Brisbane after a holidav at Southpoit. DH T.' J. Biggs (SyJneyl is spend ing several weeks with his parents, Mi. and Kr'- H- Biges, Lr.bradoi. Mrs. Stanley Harris. who has been staying at Southfort, has loturned to Brisbane. Mrs. S. Butcher has left for Bris bane, wher-.' she intends to spend a fortnight. Mr. and -Mrs. Cecil Lawrencc nnd family (Canurtzra) were among the recent visitors to Southport. Mis. P. R-by \H*.«-i Bisb--re on Thursday to say farewell to her f ther (Mrt F. MitcH'll), who is leaving by the Oronsav for a visit to England. Mr....

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Talk of Fight FLARE IN COOLANGATTA COUNCIL PICTURE MEN DEFIANCE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

TalkofFight: FLARE IN COOLANGATTA. . ' COUNCIL PICTURE MEN DEFIANCE Tho opening of picture shows at Ooolangatta on Good Fr'day and Euste* Sunday in defiance of Council authority caused a flare at Tuesday night's meeting or tho Council, and therfe were talk of fight before the meeting er.ded. The discussion was the outcome of a report from the licensing commit ter, which stated that on Tuesday be fore the Easter holidays ccnsideiH tlon was ghen to an application frcra Mr. T. Wakefield, of the Diggers' Theatre, for peHnission to show on the nights of Good Friday and Eastc* Sunday1. Fprm'ssion was refused, and although Mr. Wakefeild had been in formed to that effect, and. also of the (probable consequences if he showed, he had not observed the decision, but had opened his show. The p.oprietor of the Capitol Theatre, Mr. J. C'ahill, who la a member'cf the council, also screened pictures on the nights stated without first asking permission to do so. The consrittOe viewed the action as op...

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STILL NO TRACE SEARCH FOR MISSING AIRMEN PLANE'S LONG SWEEP WYNDHAM, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

STILL NO TRACE SEARCH FOR MISSING AIRMEN ?PLANE'S LONG SWEEP WYNDHAM. Fiiday. There is still no sign of the m^strR monoplane Southern Cross. A searching 'plane artived back at Wynrham last night, after going as the Northern Territory border, then back to Cambridge Gulf, and up the coast as far as Thurbum Blutf. in the meantime in«pectii1g Lacross Island. On the way back it passed over Forest River Mission and dropped a note asking if there was any news t beiie of the missing 'planet The re ply was 'No!' C v

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