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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 11 January 1929

FRIDAY, JANUARY 11. 1929. .. .

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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King Tea [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 11 January 1929

I King Tea -i-JJa tfcirTSSini has been cultivated -''artificially to nl*n* hundreds of ? ' JemT aM m Af»t mentioned in ? IJtairv bVtory B.O., China, betas: ''r a medicine, but after*. htf**0* * popular beverage in i CMaffr™ about the fifth century. i^mna ir. . . t ^lf centuPy P ^'''1 ... w been commercially grown in £ SUc? India, and since 1900 I.' ? - 'ennr10118 strides have been made by I '*t Ce»°n India, and to a lesser ex 1 i''- i«- bv Java and Mmaatra; very Uttte - -\ Tina tea ts now used In Australia. ' iylon and India being favored most* ' - '^_#articularlv' Ceylon. —^T-f The history of the tea from the P'' plantation to the teapot is most in . teifcstliig. Estates in Ceylon are ' ' mostly owned now bv joint stock com- . .panics, and range from a squttne mfle L? i 'tspwards, the best qaulities being f ? ? on the tablelands and good toil j i '--jfTm mountain districts. White men ''K&ffcw* chatfKe of the estates and fac ? jwitories, native labor being used to at -V? r- ...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Above the Average THE YEAR'S RAINFALL [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 11 January 1929

Above, the Average THE YEAR'S RAINFALL From the details of the total laln falls in QueenSand during the year 1928, as refCHte;d at the various xe \ condln« station^ it Is seen that in many placs the average 1-ainfaTi has ' been «xceaded,.but In many inland * places ' the ralnfitl is well below the ? -average. On the Souti Coast the m*f«e r \ 'waa exceeded iqths majority of cases. rL— Soa thPQ? t-j*£ hie ''TalKl &Vl ift' Tift yean was 72 ip9»» 20-polnts, cs com pared with W». annual average of 54 ? - liwhaf 73 polnW. Narang jecorded a ? 'fall of 19 inches 47 points against tltt ? annuaj' avengfl of 55 inches 95 1 ? polntj. At' Oxenford 72 inches 39 ? ? : points fell' for the year, the annual average being 48 inches 89 points. At Tn.'lebu-teera the annual average was 60 indies 22 points waa exceeded h.' 35 inches 39 points.' .. . The highest fall recorded in Queensland was at Tully on the No'-th ? . Qaast.-where 156.18 inches fell. In cvriDartson, the lowest was at . , Ursndan...

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Lovelock Locked "PINCHED" AND WAS "PINCHED" [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 11 January 1929

Lovelock Locked 'PINCHED' AND WAS *'f INCHED'* Satan iempted aid Lovelock fell. He was old enough io have known belter, but, perhaps, he idld not pause io couat the cost. He probably just chanced it, and now be is left lamenting — -11 for the posseseionl of a suit oase that was not his. The story was told in,tho Scutli port Police Court on Monctiy ironing, when James Lovelock (46), a/^haro farmer[ fromTjildlev^ on a charge of stealing a suit cime, volad £30, the propeity of William James O'Sullivan, of Brisbane; - CSullivan arrived at the Pacific Hotel for. the Christmas holidays, had Ws ''ports' placed in a room, but later found them gone. * , Hie police were apprised, and as a result of . their investigations the missing articles were fonud in a iroom occupied by accused at another hotel. Accused, who pleaided guilty, elected to be dealt with summarily, and wU sentenced to STx months In Brisbane

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No title [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 11 January 1929

- MOHAN'S CREEK, OVERLOOKING ' MOHAN'S1 GORGE, NATIONAL PAItK/T' 'k ' * 1

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[?]PLETE SHORT STORY "Ordered Abroad" [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 11 January 1929

^^Bgs^j|0aBECU331iaina3il991iEt3IIiiiSI33]XllJ]XniIIIJXHlJt-UII3liXIIUItXOll'll3XlXIIIIIIl] Bh-ETE SHORT STORY [ 'Ordered Abroad' , | of the ^^?B^^itick . ^^HPffi^SlMtling ^Helowered bis mas ^K^jarea steps. HR 'keeping com- ' He had kept ^Hrip ot eooksi in Hwtniy-iarce Kk t queen among ^^Trould never see ' ^?junade delicious was ^^Rpioyer's larder. would an my ^^^^^^t£tl his cdokless and fright corner. ^^^Kiald Private his cap ^^?gttl^slx- V ^^Kjlesunded He ^^Hmes,; but had was a skinny ^^^Bed her as the out ? . ; ^^^^?righteneiT! ' added ^^^^^H'ttats'a (aver tot- - he ^^^pisiKltir si^ «t felt. ^^^B that must ^^^^Bote. Wrtien ^ jrfflr ; liter ^^^^Hnvents the. That's only' she dls He -waa ; preparing with' him. ^^^ttear - 'em -open ^Hrem for me, and . t o $lm. [ ^^^^Kpa,','sh« ^^^^Buu^Klts. 'WlTOU ^E^irl.' .^ded ^?i shall telF®' dreadfully particular), so she gave Kate notice. Kate saw Private Thomas Deacon for one breathless moment Just before she left. She bad managed to secure a s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 11 January 1929

LaBcbeoaik Afternoon Tut, Late Suppers. Theodora's Southport Cafe. Winifred Elsie Hopkins L.T.C.L; A.T.O.U, : Organist of St. Peter's Church. ? Teacher of Pianoforte, Violin, Harfmony, and Theory. Students prepared for all Music Exams Address: — . 'St. Grejgory,' Queen Street, - ' * Southport.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 11 January 1929

I- - -i - m m m\m m niu« » . '? '» - - - - '?' ''jl . Stud e bake*] . Announces I A Cdmplete line of p New Cars j _ i _ Championship Performance Clothed in Rare I NEW ? BEAUTY , At moderate Prices * CTLLDRING new 'features to | increase your pride of possess- I ?* Jon. These new Stndebaker and 1 Erskine Models are nndonbtedly the 1 greatest line of motorcars ever shown | in Queensland. I To all models are fitted Bali-Bearing i Shackles- the greatest advance on any j car for many years. Queensland Distributor!! ' s i| Canada Cycle & Motor I Agency [Queensland] Ltd. Greek . and Adelaide Streets, Brisbane j g Local Dealer: a -S ? apT. . Neramr Stieet,^ ,l' Southport. 5 ? - This is the Time ! To consider placing your omdefa for Annuals as Xrnan Gifts for, th^ Children. - . Call .at Our_ Corner Newsagency and make yonr . ; v selection. - . * J : ' ' ' A' GIFT BOOK'' IS ALW AYS APPRECIATED. JUST OPENED UP exclusive llr.es of GIFT STATIONERY ? OABINETS AND COMPENDIUMS. ... J. F., G...

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Things Worth Knowing [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 11 January 1929

Hniiiig^Worth Knowing; II*Ut'a:Eye WaW-^SulpW- by itia 8- grains, diftilled* wsUr ' csj,.JJse lottllv /or sMte eyes.,- . lyaes*- Ait-rstlvr.— Ta».tir onetler (.ainij* 9-lrtta camphor 1 drain, d -extinct Ipecac ^ .drops, laud _^_ni a«nn,- u»i-w» ?»»???? ? - VHi; *«yrU|) tolu* 12 dtanK, tincture g^Hlalis l dram, eyrup of squills 2' v:* and Cera*^— To cure , in 10';' v-Take a . small piece of pot ^^^^brad let It stand In the open air, ^^^H it slacks, then thicken It to a ' with pulverised gum orablc/r ^?i prevents ' It t from sprtadiit*.: it fo not wanted..^ Spots en the Fa«e-4-These,^ ^^^Eometimes called fiesbworms. ' ,out the spot, then wash the part 'affected with diluted 'alcohol several time* a- day. If the trouble comes from fleshwoims .take some Blood* purifier. ' *' ? * ? ; Pearl Pewder.— ' The belt white .Is liteTaliv' pearl powder; that Is, made from iirarls, and this is as eafe as Its effects ane natural and beatuiful. A' most dangaroiw compound of bis muth is, however, sold...

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GROWTH AND ACTIVITY LIVE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BUSY MONTHLY MEETING [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 11 January 1929

GROWTH AND ACTIVITY LIVE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ' BUSY MONTHLY MEETING Profits* may wall be termed aat c afy the motto, bat tha experi . eace of the S«uthp«rt Ckauiber of Commerce. for tba membership, lika tha activities art growing at e rapid rata. At tba monthly meeting an Moaday night If new member* to. re elected; whi«h, with those acmlna{«d at the previous meeting brought the total of now members to 2S. In aiditlon, attention was given to varioas matters affecting the well-being of the town aad district. The meeting itself was Email, but this was only to bo expected with the I holiday spim still In the air. Members present were: — Messrs. H. Biggs (prssidect), M. J. Sullivan (secretary), A. aC- Bastick, R. John-. 8 ton, A. Ledbury, U A. Annand, L. A. Wilkinson, G. W. Bellby, I. O-chrane, and M- J. O'Donohue. ?J New 'Veer Wishes ^ ? At the outset of the meeting the presldnet wished the members a suc M, cestui New Year. Sceale Pictures The hanging of hte photos. in the Bowling Club ...

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Week-end Half Holiday REVERSION NOT APPROVED [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 11 January 1929

Week-end Half Holiday REVERSION NOT APPROVED The question of advocating a rever sion to Saturday trading was dis cussed at a meeting of the Southport Chamber of Commerce on Monday night. Although absent on business Mr. Mason had written objecting to the movement as a retrograde step, which would materially hamper the entertainment cf visitors who came fnr tofHraflttrin an 4 not for flhoftfliflST. The letter pointed outt that it would mean that women who r.ow did heir shopping on Saturday uomiH? would leave it to the afternoon, s8 that the shopkeepers would not reap any benefit. In addition the employees would be deprived of the holiday when it was of most use to them. In supporting the letter, Mr. Beiiby thought that the matter was not, one for the Chlandier to deal with, but for. the local stotarkeepers themselves. He was in agreement with the ot^er . rematrks in the letter. Mr. Annand was of the opinion thit the procedure would not affect the entertainment. On the other hand it mi...

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Bush Fire Control DISTRICT SCHEME INAUGURATED [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 11 January 1929

Bush Fire^ntrol DISTRirrt,c^^E INAUGURATED MaSsrs. {veteter aad Twine waited on the Nerang Shire Council on Satur and outlinedt the provisions of ' the Rural fires Act. whereby it was necessary for notice to be given by any person intending tn set fire to i *»y paddock. The objects of the Act . atne file flRhtinjt and rrrtrntifin Fire wardem miu iuiulln.il tn each district, with assistants, to CMtry out the provisions of the Act. - The fyl- . lowing names were submitted, subject to the willingness of the. persons to act, the. first-mentioned person in each caso to. be f|re wwlflcn. The positions are purely honorary : — A District — Cr. F. J. Rosin (Ore warden), Mr. W. G. Seeney, Mr. Joe Hlnde. B District— Cr. S. J. Berigen. Mr. G. W. Trapp, Mr. A. J. Anderson. C District — Or. W. Wintle. Mr. G. Rankin, Mr. P .C. Read. D District— Or. D. P. Yaun (fire wailden), Mr. B. H. Broidhead, Mr. B. Stafford. E District — Cr. W. G. Rudd (fire wadftn), Mr. W. R. Olartc, Mr. J. W. Dim. i uistr.-t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 11 January 1929

iSr £itM H | fine Suit yjo're waring { Brown— - | Where did ? ? — you get it? . ,' % There's only one . place . clothes like that, Sir, j S w. w. olnM^H I Phone 75 Nerang Street, I CNEW MOT^H ithe New Clutch and Transmission The New Lubrication System The New Ecarical System jj| TteNVw Cbobng Sysum ' THE NEW MOTOR— At ?*? minute* the new Ford silent motor dc^a^iM This sefs an entirely new standard for iigh^car. acceleration, endurance, and operating ecooocy. f ' The New dutch mud Transmission The nioc^tc ouit^k dry disc dutch and tbe transmission are dMgned for- c*4 v - markable ease in gear changing and lightning, getawtfc Vf|^B ? Three spee-fc forward and one reverse. Transmisstoa ?ha&a'V&IHr^ are mounted on hall and roller Wirings not found io other light'weight car. s - ' *- The New Lubrication Sysle— —The combination of twk, pump and gravity feed gives complete and constant wbri cation, regardless of road grades. QH strainer excludes /x$^H x«^* foreign -particle...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 11 January 1929

Lang* Assortment of Fancy Choco late Boxas for Xman presents. M. Theoddre's Southport Cafe. m. w. love; FUEL MERCHANT, NERANG ROAD, SOUTHPORT. ?PHONE 407. J. D. ANDREWS, Auctioneer aad Coramssion Agent, TALLEBUDGERA. Sales held in any part of the District. FARMS FOR SALE Write for list to— X D. ANDREWS. H. J. F. lougheed, (Late HOLDEN BROS.), HOUSE t COACH PAINTER. SIGNWRITERS, -v CAk ENAMELLERS. .w.'aay'.ytmTf^ ? Agents for RIPOLIN ENAMEL. 5CARBOROU6H-STm SOUTHPORT. C.G. Belford 1 The New i Small Goodsman | SCARBOROUGH ST„ SOUTHPORT !- I DELIVER DAILY. ^ ji Forwand Your Address and I will % deliver. . :U. 'PHONE 463. ^Distinction Conferred - f On SANDER & SONS' PURE VOLA TlLE EUCALYPTI EXTRACT Include . Award and Gold Hedal N^. and a S& Exhibition. 1926, Eunedin, N.Z. : Award Modal, btunatlomd Ex hibition, Amsterdam. 7ts parity and ? potency are proved bj analysis of Profs. Inglls, Universty, Ot^go, and ^ De Bavay, Melbourne.' It was prqved best at Supreme Coirt, Me...

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 11 January 1929

Orislnt. - ?- wvt S7 00 first fcmlip- aftar TOiylnteiie^teg match.. Jfa».yis(. CsMra Jaaiers llSny0' c N. Barnbling, j, ?? Lindism Oxenf orti, Lb.w }j r IflWnfcrtijLo^ F OxMford, b Shertv M cl^gsnt4' 'cy.^c J W^Sey10!' Lnd&i^' ? ' - * _ Bowling. — Sherry, 4 for ? Smith, 2 for 31; Lin$^^B^| for 16; Goodwill 1 foi» 21. Crockett's tC^-lst |naiaj^^^^| v- woV L °4enfonJ* Chi-'whaj^, - c s^Vb 'i'lH run oat ,7 *' ,f' ?-' R?^; R.-Ojfe^55H T. Brensao, not out.'. V. ' ' Gould, b R. Oxrnfam .. ' i d Sundries ? Bowling. — Barnbling, 0 for 27* 0 for 14; R.. Oxeufoitd. 8 ' 65; J. Oxenford, 1 for 14.

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Good Performances [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 11 January 1929

Good Piifsraarai ' k ? . Mr. Jlro Sheelnn's well kco-rh TKpar. Gray Guani which won £ vCJi the Oxenfond Jockey CluV^K ™et?g -^T»^tpnan in BrisbaneSf| IsMed by a sifl^ from ..thi»-?i'i TOQ^hopes great Polvma, also owned Sheehan, has suifprised ndng men, as. after 'wimw Handicap at Orenfond on Boxin^tSn ^ *s again won at WataillBedfP Zr--r.

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Made Good Start [?] COUNCIL'S NEW YEAR MEETING [?] BUSINESS, BUT MORE DISPATCH. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 11 January 1929

[?] ?COUNCIL'S v NEW YEAR ^ MEETING - ' BUSINESS. BUT MORE . ( WSPATOH. Town ComiicII year well ^^BG^UrtMflL its bninm «? ^^^273av la ? W* expedicious Ifcs kaun* *h«t, ho«r ''-^SiWrt. tat *« progress r --5®a6^W» *?* H muck J: Hendryj^lce^ presided ShUUto,-W. Troyahn, T. uMm aTh eSvWl Stokes, and jf'* Town Clerk). 1 1 :_| ;f r -f Cuallmwli Br * ii :'}iii if,'tm~~niT~''Tir ths Mayor ? V S ?^VVyS^/ribe rs , of the Council This P. Health Inspector's Action. x ? ^Health Inspector (Mr. -,E. ^?Ay^Wrt) reported having enfgagei irvices of two men, one to clean ^^ngg^iarth closets at Meyer's Ferry ^^H^^lfiarge of. 1/ per time, and the HKfStip cai^y oat ifarilar duties at Crecfc camping reserve, for Jr /jt&i Rjdutler fas ?was allowed free ?g^ajrapfog roace and given a «hove( and ? 'Ypom.y The inspector's actions weie H ; wotsedvon the motion of Aid. Beale,. ? v.Jtadedlby Aid. SUlUta for Reiaatpthn Main Roads ComnMon for ^^^Budett prints showing *rea* to be ^^Knuned^on the main South Co...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 11 January 1929

'Is it efficient,'; asks Bsner^atjJ Ford, 'for business, to pair Wgn - r^ land prices and high taxes in con- '— :?!?. gested cities, ' where Jta^rrorlpsw^Jiil 'inustp^^eHiitaBt rents T Px&gk&M ' tin fifty miles Int^ Sr^C ] eou^^^Rdness could ?geV- loW' jSJ.l lano'^^HIower taxes afld ' rect^BBfar better living cedwijT' dit fflg* its people.' jp

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Races and Sports MEETING AT NERANG [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 11 January 1929

Races and Sports MEETING AT NERANG Favoured by fine weather, a suc cessful race and * porta fathering .was held at Nettu«r on SattMay. The en tries were good and tbe competition keen; the spectators were treated to a fine afternoon's sport. Mr. W. T. Ryland waa secretary. MAIDEN HANDICAP, 4 furlongs.— Bonny Boy, &5. 1; Solona, 8.7, 2. Other starter : Btonzetta. PONY RACE, under 14 hands, 3 fur longs. — Lady Qulnton. PONY RACE, 14 to 14.2 hands, 3 furlongs. — Glaxo. SCHOOL OF ARTS HANDICAP. 6 fa.iongs — Srw^gman, 9.12, l; Polcsna, 10.7, 2. Other startera: Irish Lass and Delalde. HACK RACE, 4 furlongs.— Solona, S.7, ]; Bronzette, 8.7, 2. Other staitars: Camp Fire, Bonny Boy, and Delalde. Feetrnaaiag Events Maiden Handicaps, 76' yards. — C. Platen 1, M. Sheehan 2. Open Handicap, 100 yands. — W. Laf ferty 1, & Persndts 2. Schoolboys* Race, 75 yvds. — S. Franklin; 50 yrfnfc, M. Schorr; girls' face, 60 yards, M. Laver. Stepping a Distance. — F. Ben* Throwimg at Wicket. — W...

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On the Green VISIT TO COOLANGATTA [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 11 January 1929

On tlie Green VISIT TO COOLANGATTA Thfre waa a large number of - bowtars on. the grean on the Tweed .' v Heads and Coolangatta Bowline Club on Wednesday aftarnoon, when a - - match -waa played between a team v,felected from Sotohport ana visitorj ?gainst Tweed Heads and Oookngatta and visitors. - The match was won by Tweed Heads' and visitors by 10 'point*. Results - r Tfia S Jonh|Uon, Smith (Ipswich), Smythe, MUliken (Clay field). J. Matters ? 23 Napper, Nixon, Gilbert, Wil liams ? ? — 28 G. Baker, H. Bro therton^C. Morley, L--.Peak ? So — , 'Watts, Annaad, Hedges, Evans — 17 B, Shambrook, J. ChfllUe, F. Nash, G. Sackett ? 33 — Haigreaves, Newman, Boldery, Hooper ? — 18 R.-T. Pealk, D. C- Simons, „ .'Snowden (Graceville), E. J. Shaw (Sandgate ? ? 24 — Shav.', Mayne, Darragfe, . Aii Aevs ? — 28 frrt.'m ((?p:ceville). T. Wokefl.ld; L. RIckette, P. ModTnl ? ' ? 16 — Lynch, Cavil), Matthews, Brown ? ? ? — 28 - ? Totals: Tweed Heads and visitors, 129: Southport end visiloip, 319. Other ...

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