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Local and General News COOLANGATTA SCHOOL COMMITTEE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

Local and General News COOLANCATTA°'SCHOOL COM MITTEE The following were elected to tbe Coolangatta school committee: Me'sia. A. R Powell (chairman), C. Fl Jupp (hon. treason*), S. W. Winder* (hon. secretcry), W; P. Kilbum, J. ,W. Mams, S. Shambroolc, and J. Gj».v.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE TENNIS TROUBLE—HEAL THE BREACH. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

THE TENNIS TROUBLE-HEAL THE BREACH. Allowing that tbere may have been some justification for the Southport Tennis Club feeling agrieved at tbe action of the Tennis Association in regrading its C. Class players, there can scarcely be suffient warrant for the drastic action of the club in withdrawing all teams from the competition. It is scarcely a sporting action, and is greatly to be regretted. This paper is not in a'position to say whether the regrading of teams whs justified or not, and it does not propose to discuss that side of the question ; but it does claim to he qualified to pass an opinion on the sporting aspect of the case and the need for a reappro&chment. It is openly stated that, with the regrading, the newly made B Grade teams had no chance of winning; that they could not win last year when thev were in the lower grade. One must be pardoned for inferring from this that, with the members of the Southport Tennis Club, it is the prize that counts and not tbe game....

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

fSP^The South Coast^SfK If Wt Intmfmaut ^ If i ? W flalliA* FRIDAY, APRIL 5. 1929.

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Last Minute News CAPTAIN OVERBOARD CREW DEAD DRUNK WHAT U.S.A COAST GUARDS POUND NEW YORK, April 4. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

Last Minute News CAPTAIN OVERBOARD CREW~DEAD DRUNK WHAT U.S.A. COAST GUARDS FOUND NEW YORK. Atoril 4. A coast ffuand seaplane discovered the luxurious yacht, Nomw^ wallow ing in the sea js miles off New Te'sey Ox-st. Tho seaplane radioed a cutter, which proceeded to the scene. An okyried crew boarded the yacht, and found fouc sailors, allegedly stupified . with liquor, lying in the cabia anund which were strewn 40 bottles. The skipper. Captain Jno. L. Schofield, the famous Cape May sailing master, was missing, and It is believed the dow had mutinied and tossed him over boa ift A later message states the coast guard officials report that the yacht Nomad Is beir*r towed to Philadelphia and that one sailor had revived suffi ciently to state the captain had been washed ovottwaiy. several nights ago while en route from Cape Charles, Vir ginia, to New York. The crew is be ing held foe furtben quest'onin.z.

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

Train Visitors It is estimated, that o vet- 3000 jpople travelled by train from Brisbane to Zouthport for the Easter holidays. 1 he number who returned from Southpo't from Monday afternoon to lucsday afternoon, was 3515, but probably many of these came by road, but owing to the bad state of the high way (returned by the surer and more comfortable conveyance. The largest lush was on Mord y afternoon rnd nil»ht, when 1100 passed, through the £ate«. Tho next highest was by the second train cn Tuesday morning, when 650 went aboard. There weip even 200 on the earlier train. Road travellers would total from 15,000 to 20,000.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CHILD INJURED [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

CHILD INJURED Winton Pole (7), of Queen-street. Southport, was riding a bicycle near the Southport Hotel on Monday afternoon, when in a collision with u motor car, he was thrown from his machine. He sustained abrasions to Ms body and face, and shock. After first aid by the Southport ambulance he was taken to his heme.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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PUBLICITY FOR SOUTHPORT [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

PUBLICITY FOR SOUTHPORT Mr. W. H. Lewis, a well-known journalist and publicity man, who bis been organising bfe Fifty Golden Mile stones Carnival for Lismore, was in Southport cn Situnday, and conferred with the Mayor on th: matter of pub licity for Southport. At the same tlire he renewed pleasant aCquaint Pro*s with the editor of this nap'r.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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LEAKY PETROL TANK [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

LEAKY PETROL TANK It often happen^, especially in the newier type of calrs, that a very small leak is found about the seams and welds of the petrol tank. In cars where the tank forms a part of the body, or cannot be removed Ireadily, the usual method of repair is not ap plicable. In such cases, lemove the fuel line, and drain off the petrol. Then allow any residue to evaporate. which will take twelve hours or more Stop tho fule outlet with a cork, and pour about one gallon of (rood orange shellac into the tank. Replace the en% nnd shake the car from side to tide so that the shellac will splash cn the entire surface of the tank. Repeat this several times for five minutes, then Iremove the shellac, which you will find in good condition for other uses, and wipe it from the threads and gauge. After it is allow ed to dry out thoroughly, you will find the tank leak-proof.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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FREEWHEEL DEVICES ORIGIN OF DIFFERENTIAL [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

FREE-WHEEL DEVICES ORIGIN OP DIFFERENTIAL M* C. M. Linley has written a Ire view on the history of free-wheel de vices which is of more than passing interest, due to the adoption of free wheeling; devices for motor cars. In rarlieif days such devices were known in engineering as 'friction rat chets. 'In the tii-yele, popular, in the late seventies rnd early eighties, they weue known as 'free cranks' or 'free pedals.' About this time they were introduced into tti-i -cycles, not 'hat they were considered any advan tage, but to avoid paying royalty to James Stanley, who held a ratent for what was then called the 'balanoe- pear,' now known as the differential, the older- name beiifr mora correct. It is veiy doubtful whether Stariey's patent would have baen upheld, as the same device had been used on taction engines for many years by John Fowler, of Leeds, and many others, long before Stariev applied it to his tri-cycle. By mounting ratchets In each of the wheels of p. tricycle both whee...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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FOR THE MOTORIST TALKING WITH HANDS MANUAL ELOQUENCE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

FOR THE MOTORIST p TALKING WITH HANDS MANUAL ELOQUENCE A great deal of comfort Is created when the driver ahead guides follow ing drivers bv intelligent hand sfenMs A writer to 'The Motor' In a very »nclse way tN, benefits to be derived from 'talking with the hands.' We often bear that there i- a 'language of the but it Is equally true that there is atBO an 'eloquence of the hand,' as far as driving signals ane concerned. It Is not so much what on© does, but the way one noes it! Seme wwie w designedly followed a driver all the way from Brorosgrove to Tewesbury, merely to enjoy his hand signals. The slight sfdmonitoiy wave of a fore finger signified 'You mav pass if you like, but the road la not entirely clear.' A flfewnptdy and HeeMva motion of the whole ha rid clearly in dicated 'You must not think of passing.' Slowing down and turning wens signalled with precision and in good tltme, but in each case tba warning was nicely nodulated In or der to convey the vfcftencv or other wise o...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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NORTH STREET. GOSPEL HALL. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

NORTH STREET. GOSPEL HALL. Breaking of Bread — 11 am Sunday School- 2.T0 rJr Goepel Meeting— 7 pjn.

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BACK AXLE OVERFLOW [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

BACK AXLE OVERFLOW On tome calrs the Jear axle filler orifice iB drilled to act as a breather, and r3 in such a position that any ex cess lubricant in the casing is thrown out on tbe luggage grip and spare wheel As this makes for unnecessary untidiness at the Inear of the cat, the pipe should be bent so that when there is an overflow of lubricant It is thrown clear of the body wotfk. Alternatively, an extension (a piece of itubber tube) can he added to the pipe Or a Ismail shield fixed over the existing vent. i

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COATING BATTERY TERMINALS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

COATING BATTERY TERMINALS A preparation consisting of three parts of paraffin wax and one pal.-t of sealing wax of the kind used in dry cells, makes an excellent coating for battery terminals, wires, etc. The two Ingredients are melted together, and the mixture, apipliad while hot will {low readily. Paraffin wax la too than to be used alone for coating, and the sealing wax d*Ies too quickly, if used without the paraffin. Amiable Victim; It's perfectly all right, thank you- I'm not a bit bxlrt. Motorbt : I say, you're behaving well about it It'a a real pleasure to knock down a thorough sportsman like yon.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Fruit Train Specials [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

Fruit Train Specials Fruit train, No. 13/29, run bv the Coimlttee erf Direction of Fruit Mar keting, to c'jear Wallangarra on ThuMsc'ay. Sitni'day, ^nd Monday for wrek erdine April 1, with 599 tons, of which 292 tons were far Melbourre, consisting of 6050 cases bananas, 89G cases pineapples, 18 case3 citrus, and 1 case passions. Sydney took 307 tons,, consisting of 5792 cases ban anas, 995 casep pineapples, 3 cases citrus, 1422 cases tomatoes, 22 cases papaws, 268 cases fceans. 13 case3 cus tard applets 12 case3 pumpkins, nnd 1 case o/c fruit-.

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

I'ccial News — — rOI' ' Miss Edna Rose and. Mies Price wtre among the visitors here. Mr. and Mis. Besley an qpendiing this holidays in Southport. Mr. and Mrs. It Baxter have re twined to Brisbane Mi and Mrs. R. Thompson (Notfh gate), Mr. and Mrs. H. Finney (Bris hnno) Mr &r»i- Mtra. E. H North. Mr. end Mrs. W^ghtoan and Mrs. Wight man, sen., Miss Edna Rose, nnd Misa Price, Mil and Mrs. Eric Petri® and Miss P. Petrie, Mr. and Mis. H. Myers and family (Brisbane), Mr. and Mrs U Hooper and the Misses Hooper (Bris bane), Mrs. Brady and Misses Brady, Misses A. Fahey, L. Fotheilnghain, I. Cole (Corlnda), and Messrs. It Wat son, R. Jones, R. Lawrie^ and R. M'Kay were amorfe the guests at Chelmeford ? for the Ea3ter holidays. The visitor^ to the Pacific Hotel over the holiday period incldued:— Mr. and Mrs. X A. Walsh and family (Hamilton), Dr. ar.d Mrs. Ooffey £-i-d son (Hamilton), Mrs. Hertzberg, and Mr. Ralph Hertzbeiig (New Fajtn), Mr. and Mri J. Gibson and family (Kedncrn), Mrs. ...

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

C, A. BELL, RACECOURSE, ROAD. SOUTHPORT. BUILDER ft CONTRACTOR. SHOP AND OFFICE FITTER. ' SHOW CASE SPECIALIST. Alteration and Repairs. ESTIMATES GIVEN. Agent for SEA INSURANCE CO. 'PHONE 352. R. McKENZIE BUILDER & CONTRACTOR. Estimates given for all Classes of worfc REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. Local Agent for: — The Prudential Assurance Co.. of England; C.CsM. and AJlsa Craig Marine Engines ; Johnston Out board MotcJrs. Address ; — Brighton Parade, Southport. ?PHONE, 274. Study Your Reading GET IT. FROM A GOOD LIBRARY We have just got In a New Stock of ahe latest favorites and beet sellers. DROP IN AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES ALL NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS. J. F. GAYEN, BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, NEWSAGENT NERANQ STREET, SOUTHPORT To make it Really Beautiful, Shingling must BE DONE BY ?Experienced Operators. No one nowadays denies the healthfuinesg and convenience of the Shingle. Bat no girl or lady wishes to sacrifice her hair without the as surance that her appearance shall at least lose...

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Southern Fruit Markets [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

Southern Fruit Markets Th9 Cormittee of Direction of Fruit Marketing, mar.ket reports: — MELBOURNE by wile. April 2:— '??'nan''* anticipate no aHe.'ation on last Thursday's prices, which were : — Special 28/ to 30/, choice 22/ to 27/, standard 16/ to 21/: pineapples, smooth 14/ to 20/: passions, halves 5/ tc- 7/; applet 6/ to 12/; pears, 7/ to 10/; peach* 4/ to 6/; grapes, 7/ to 12/; tomatoes, 6/ to 12/ per bushel. SYDNEY; by wire, April 2; — Ban- anas, special 31/ to Si/, choice 21/ to 2a/ , standard 12/ to IS/; pineapples, 10/ to 20/; iplanxi 5/ to 10/; peaches, 3/ to 6/; pears, bushel 6/ to 12/; ?Hples, deasert 8/ to 10/; cookers, 7/ to 12/; grapes, white 3/ to 9/; blaok 4/ to 10/; passion froit, 10/ to 22/; tomatoes, 6/ to 12/.

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Payment of Aldermen COOLANGATTA COUNCIL ACTS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

Payment of Aldermen COOLANGATTACOUNCIL ACTS After allowing the matter, to lay in abeyance for neadiy two yeajs, the Coolangatta Town O.unctl on Tuwday nifc'ht, by a majority cf S to 1, de rided. to forwaiU fofci gazettol tbe de cision of the by-law providing for the payment of members attending sit tings of the council. Alderman Dixon moved that the by law relating to the payment should be suspended for 12 months in ord'H to preclude members of the present conucil from drawing the money if they were defeated at the next elec tions. It was not fair; he said, to allow the possibility of the council having to face a bfe account for pay ment of memberfe to remain hanging over the ratecayers' heads. Alderman Wlniers seconded the motion, dio fauna. Alderman Johnston said he was s!ck and tired of hearing insinuations madje rtgzuiding the Intention of mem bers to draw the monjey If thev were defeated at the elections; He wii3 going to move that the motion re scinding the payment be forwarde...

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Outboard Motor Carnival INTERESTING COMPETITIONS DEARTH OF COMPETITORS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

Outboard Motor Carnival INTERESTING* COMPETITIONS DEARTH OF COMPETITORS Choppy seas and a stiff south easterly breeze made racing conditions eumcwti.it difficult at the outboard motor contests on Saturday. Never theless good times were registered, the outstanding performer being Miss Atalanta. which, capably controlled by ?Mr. L. II. Doducll. secured the honors in all three races. Owing to the non-appearance of many boats and the engine trouble ex perienced by others, it was found necessary to change the programme, two match races taking the place of ail but one event. The contests were arranged by the Golf Recreations Ltd., and a large crowd of spectators were on the pier head, which marked the start and finish of the races. The racing was controlled by the Queensland Outboard Motor Club. Results: — Five Miles All Classes Handicap. — L. S. II. Dodwell's .Miss Atalanta (Johnson). 7 mins. behind, 1; N. Just's Frolic (Elto), 3 mins., 2; K. p. Walker's Zoom (Johnson), 6 inins., 3. The ...

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

H. J. F. Lougheed, (Late HOLDEN BROS.), HOUSE & COACH PAINTER. SIGNWRITERS. CAR ENAMELLERS ?PboJ. 285. Agents for RIPOLIN ENAMEL. SCARBOROUCH-ST, SOUTHPORT. Regnant Picture Cbeatre Direction: THAMS BROS Where the Si eat Sieturea are Shown SATURDAY. APRIL 6th DO YOUR DUTY Featuring Charles Murray Comical Charlie Murray rounds up all the laughs in the New Yoii undei^-orld. — And — Tlie Crimson City Featuring Myrna Loy Also, A Good Comedy WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10. A Woman against the World Featuring Georgia Hale, A rapid-fire story of a girl's de termination to win her way up the difficult ladder of journalism. — And — RED WINE Featuring Conrad Nagel Also, A Good Comedy WHITE'S YOUR DRAPER TOBRALCO We have fust 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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