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Chamber of Commerce BUSINESS AT MONTHLY MEETING MANY MATTERS OF INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

Chamber of Commerce BUSINESS AT MONTHLY MEETING MANY MATTERS OF INTEREST From u community point of view, llic monthly meeting of tlie Southport Chamber of Commerce Iielil In the School of Arts on Monday night was one of considerable importance. .Many public matters were exhaust ively discussed and conclusions of far reaching Importance arrived at. The president (Mr. II. Biggs) was In Him chair, and members present were: Messrs. J. Shepherd. R. John ston. G. W. Bcilby, A. It. Andrews, J. W. Troyahn. A. Ledbury, M. J. O'Donohue, R. C. Carey, L. A. Wilkin son, T. O'Dohertv, J. CavllI, J. C. -^Valili, J. Purvis, II. J. Wilson. A. E. Watts, S. Monkhouse, F. J. Ryder and J. Stephen. Protection of Bird*. The Under-Secretary, writing re the Chamber's application for notices to be placed In the areas which were sanctuaries for bird life, said that arrangements had been made for the Ranger to visit. The secretary reported that that he had received a visit from the Ranger (Mr. W. D. Wilson), w...

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Tennis GRADE MATCHES [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

Tennis GRADE MATCHES The Southport and District Tennis Association* fixtures were advanced a further stage on Saturday when 18 teams were engaged In play. Results: — A GRADE MIXED. Wychcourt v. Burleigh Heads (at Southport). — V. E. G. 'Harris and Miss A. Hooper (Wychcourt) v. G. Banks and Miss M. Smales, 5-6* 5-6; v. J. Cuddlhy and Miss M. Andrews, 6-3, 6-3. H. Turnock and Miss E. Schwabe (Wychcourt) v. G. Banks and Miss M. Smales. 6—4, 6-4; v. J. Cuddihy and Miss M. Andrews, 6-3, 6-3. Wychcourt, 6 sets 46 games; Burleigh Heads, 2 sets 32 games, B GRADE MIXED. Seaview v. Nerang No. 2 (At Ner ang)—^. Hall and Mrs. L. M'Nalrn (Seaview) v. J. M'Shane and Miss H. Powell, 6-3, 6-0; v. B. perandis and Miss Duncan, 6-4, 4-6. J. M. Good win and Miss H. Andrews (Seaviow) v. J. M'Shane and Miss H. Fowwll, 6-4, 4-6;, v. B. Perandis and Mis.* Dun can, 6-2, 3-6. Seaview. 5 sets 41 games; Nerang No. 2. 3 sets 31 games. Wattles v. Northslde (at Wattles). — E. Thams and Miss Thome (Wattles) v. R. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

' MURILLA ' MERON STREET Accommodation for Permanent BoanJera. MODERATE TARIFF 'Phone 217. ANNAND'S SOUTHPORT Wish to advise that next week they ' will be opening and showing all the New Season's Goods Included are all the latest designs and colorings in Ladies' , Children's and Men's Pullovers , Lumber Jac kets, Cardigans, etc . A Iso all newest design sand colorings in Ladies' and .Childrdris Readyto Wear Felt Hats ANNAND'S SOUTHPORT. Where you always get: 'ft Little fl\ore for a Little Less' PHONE 358. NERANG STREET. j M. THEODORE'S Southport Cafe For Afternoon Teas, Dinners, After-Theatre Suppers lJainty Chic\-lates and Sweets— Gl to THEODRE'S. For Dependable Delicacies, Choicest Fruits, Fresh Vegetables and everything dainty and nice— Git» THEODORE'S Deliveries to any part of the Town. 'Phone No. 222

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SMITH—BRUXNER. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

SMITH— BRUXNER. Aft the private memorial chapel at Tamrookum station, Beaudesert, on Wednesday, the marriage was cele brated of Mr. Harold Purvis Smith (second son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Smith, Boorook, Tenterfield, New South Wales), and Miss Nan Gertrude Bruxner (only daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. H. Bruxner), Jelbyn, Beaudesert, and granddaughter of the late Mrs. R. M. Collins, and of Mrs. Collins, Tamrookum.

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TENNIS ASSOCIATION'S TROUBLES SPECIAL MEETING TALKS THINGS OVER BREACH REMAINS UNHEALED [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

TENNIS ASSOCIATION'S TROUBLES SPECIAL MEETING TALKS THINGS OVER BREACH REMAINS UNHEALED The decision of the Southport Tennis Club to withdraw all teams from the Southport and District Tennis Association, wi.h its aftermath of talk, was the subject of an enlivened discussion at a special meeting of the Association on Friday night, when a notification from the club of its decision to withdraw was accepted. The same meeting thrust aside a demand for an apology made by Mr. G. A. Jackman, Secretary of the Southport Club, for alleged incorrect accusations. Teams resubmitted from Nerang, Northslde, and Burleigh Heads Clubs were regraded despite an existing motion that these had to be in three days after the meeting at which they were graded. Otherwise, matters proceeded quite smoothly. did not ask (or a withdrawal o( the unjust and untrue accusation of stack Ins teams which had ben made against them. Trusting that the delegates would deal with the matter In a spirit ot sportsmanship, the C...

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Weddings BIGGS—PIKE. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

Weddings BIGG^-PIKE. St. Andrew's Church of England, South Brisbane, was the scene of a picturesque wedding on Wednesday evening, when Mr. F. J. Biggs (eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Biggs, Southport) waa married to Miss Bes sie Myfanwy Pike (youngest daughter of Mr. Walter Pike, Stanthorpe). The church had been artistically decorated with tall palms and bowls of white and pale pink dahlias and chrysanthe mums. Rev. L. J. Hobbs officiated at the ceremony, which was fully choral. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a French Josephine model which showed a Rich lieu over dress of silver beads mounted on Ivory bridal satin, dipping at either side of the skirt, and sashed with a looped girdle of satin weighted with Rlchlleu beading. The veil of hand appllqued Brussel's lace, which had been lent by Mrs. Courtney Dent, was worn cap fashion, and caught at either side of the face with feather orange blossoms. She carried a cascade sheaf of white roses, carnations and narcissi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

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Gilston's Bad Roads RATEPAYERS' STRONG PROTEST [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

Gilston's Bad Roads RATEPAYERS' STRONG PROTEST Tha bad condition of roads in tha Silstoa district has earned t|» residents to rise In protest and dasnaad that something be dona to lamedy and that qaick |y— what a stated to be an i« tcterable state of affairs. And oat of the disaattofaatloa has arisen a Ratepayers' Associa tion which is to keep an eye on the aeada of the eommonity. A largely attended meeting of Ratepayers, writes oar Glisten eo.*es ponOent, was held in the sc'rool on Saturday evening last. Mr. T. lAtimer occupied the chair. At his request Messrs. C. Bowden and H. Zimmerman outlined the objects of the meeting. The speakers regretted that the ser ious condition of the main road and tha rives crossings at two places cwnpelWi tbefei to bold what might be tenmefd an indignation meetii«r and by such means to urge the Council to pat into tijaffteafole orde« two hoghljr dai^S-ous crossings, and an almost topaasabte section of the rond. At Chlm'a crossing the bed of the cicek...

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Election Campaign FIRST SHOT FOR ALBERT MR T. F. PLUNKETT SPEAKS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

Election Campaign FIRST SHOT* FOB ALBERT MR. T. F. PLUNKETT SPEAKS. In making his Initial speech at Southport on Friday night, in the elec tion campaign for Albert electorate, Mr. T. F.' Piunkett, endorsed Country Pro gressive National candidate, had rea son to be encouraged by the reception accorded him. His criticism of La*-- our's record ot Government was par ticularly well received, supported as It was by an outline of the measures which the Opposition Party proposed to introduce should it be returned to power. He made a decidedly favour ably impreslon— the Imprdssion that he was a man whose presence would be a force In politics. In his initial remarks, Mr. Piunkett said he did not intend to go exhaust ively into matters of policy that night, as he Intended to return later to de liver his main speech » The Premier (Mr. W. M'Cormack), aa head of the Government, with en unciating a policy that did not con* form to the platform of the. party he represented, and had -a different obj...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

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THE SECOND STORY. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

THE SBCOND STORY. : The second .-contribution to this en grossing controversy eoznes from Hr. J. D. Steele, -whose picturesque story some weeks ' back, opened tha flood gates of recollection in many an old timer's Bind, and made merry the fire side chatter in hundreds of homes. In the 'South Coast Bulletin' of Friday, the 12th of April, 1929, States Mr. Steele: — A 'Bunyip Backer' pays great and deserved compliments to my young friend, Frank Moxon, and alludes to the clever drawing of 'The Bunyip' as de scribed by Mr. Matthew Heeb, of Myer's Ferry which, by the way, was drawn by L. Dahl, a Jackeroo on Nan lma Station, near Forbes, N.S.W., man aged by a brother-in-law, M. McNeil MoHson. ' As stated In the 'South Coast Bul letin' of the 15th February last, tha only Bunyip I have seen during the 5t years I- have been in Queensland was that seen and described as a 'curious damsel.' Now, my theory Is this. If— I lay stress on the word if — the Bunyip does exist, the animal — provided it ...

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LEGEND OF THE "GINS LEAP" AND ANOTHER STORY OF THE BUNYIP NEW THEORY THAT THE BUNYIP IS NO OTHER THAN AN OTTER [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

LEGEND OF THE 'GINS LEAP' AND ANOTHER STORY OF THE BUNYIP NEW THEORY THAT THE BoEiFls HO OTHER THAN AN OTTER ?i,. ? ? i i . . Just when it ???med at if 'The Bunyip' controversy had about exhausted itself, fraah contributiona hava coma to hand and new, if aonMwhat whimiical, stories ara recounted. Tha first comaa from tha facila pan of Mr. S. F. -Walker, of Coemera, who attachea to It a legend culled from the folk lore of the aborigines which .concerns the fate 'of a blind gin. And it is from a placa called the 'Gin'a Leap,' graphically described by Mr. Walker, that this latest addition to the mystic chain of Bunyip atoriea springs. In a prelude, Mr. Walker playfully asserts that on* specimen seen at Coomera is not at all like a modern shire councillor, as described by a previous correspondent. As he has figured in that capacity himself, Mr. Walker olalms to know tha correct delineation of that type of specks and just what sort of hide he possesaas. It has, ha says, a Hebraic expreai...

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IN THE REALM OF SPORT On the Ball DRAW WITH TWEED HEADS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

j i IN THE REAiM OF SPORT On the Ball draw with tweed heads in preparation tor Its entry into the field of battle. Southport rep. team played a draw with the crack Tweed Heads team, the Seagull* on Satur day. The scores, 17 all, are a true Indication of the game. For a first match the game was a good one. and. although the players had bellows to mend before the final whistle blew, a fast pace was main tained. The teams were: — Southport.— Full-back. W. Noonan; three-quarters, P. Napper. Cyril Nap per, L*. Schneider, and 1#. Bowe; five eighth, H. Napper; scrum half. Cliff Napper; forwards, E. Banham, G. Slack, J. Thomson, Rev. W. A. Hardie, D. McLean and K. Morton. Seagulls.— Full-back, B. Black; .Gardner, Toole, Moses, Rotamah; five eighths, Budgen; scrum half, W. Mc Allister; forwards, Morgan, Tully, Hargreaves, Gregor, Q. Gillison, and .Rutherford. Neither team was at full strength. Southport being without the services of A. and T. Street, and C. and L. Tues ley, while neither of ...

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"LISMORE'S GOLDEN JUBILEE." [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

[?] A FLASHLIGHT PHOTOGRAPH OF VISITORS FROM QUEENSLAND AND BALLINA WHO WERE WELCOMED BY THE MAYOR AT THE COUNCIL CHAMBERS, Lit MORE, ON FRIDAY EVENING. 'Front now (sitting,, left to rijfht) ? The Mayoress of Soathport (Mis* J. H. Grla-), the Mayor of Bris bane (Aid. W. A. JoltJki CM G ), tha Mayoress of Bilsbano (Mni. W. A. Jolly), tha Mayor IJsmore (AtL C. McKenzto) Mr».- J.^Tfitt (Brisbane). Back row (standing, ' left to r'ght)*— ' The Mayomss of Ballinn (MTi. P. E. TlgheL the Mayor' of Billlna (Aid, P. R TWa). Revs (janon Moor* (Lis mow), AVd. J. Tait (Brisbane), Mr. Wi H. Lewis {organising Bacrtttajy), M4. W. Frith (Uim-re). Mr. Jna W- Nelson (town cl«4C aqd hon. MQWta^r Liimora Jobllse ~ Committee), Mr. Vf. LotKsr (town clerfc of Southpcrt), Aid. E. J. Essin* (Ltanow), the M»yor of Soatb p.-rt (Aid. X H. GrtceV Mr*. Wlckham (BalVW)* . . (Block .loanisd tp 'Nertl*# Star,'* Us.i oM.)

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For the Man on the Land AGRICULTURAL ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

For the Man on the Land AGRICULTURAL ITEMS Canada now has 3739 herds of cattle which have been examined and declar ed free from tuberculosis, compared with 2068 herds in 1925. 792 in 1923. and 59 In 1921/ Each 'tuberculosis- free herd' must have passed two an nual or three semi-annual tests with out a reaction. The Manx House of Keys has reject ed a Bill to establish a Wages Board and to fix minimum rates of pay for agricultural workers in the Isle of Man. Agricultural members of the Housd de clared that It would be useless to ap point such a Board unless a Bill were also passed to ensure that farmers would be able to pay the scale of wages laid down. Speaking at a recent meeting of the Pastoralists' Association, in Perth, Western Australia, the President, Mr. E.' Lee Steere, said that kangaroos were now more numerous than sheep In the pastoral areas, with the result that valuable feed was lost. He hoped that the Government would declare the kangaroo vermin in the pastoral areas and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

Moreton Garage DRINNAN & COY. — V _ ARE Agents for all General Motors Products LOOK FOR IN THE PRICE RANGE OF THE AAfo FouR x218 The 'PLYMOUTH' CHRYSLER'S NEW FOUR CYLINDER MODEL. IS NOW AVAILABLE. The sulking improvements are immediately noticeable. It setst an entirely new standard in can design. A 'Four' that acts like a '?Six' Price £265 WATCH FOR THE NEW MODELS. 65 AND 75 AVAILABLE SHOKrLY. Local Dealers: The Southport Motor & Parking Co. Ltd. SCARBOROUOH-STREET. NEAR STATION. THOME 37*. SOUTHPORT.

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IF I MET A BEAR. What Would Mother Say if He Came to Dinner? [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

IF I MET A BEAR. What Would Mother Say if Ho Came to Dinner? If I met a bear that had 'scaped from the Zoo, What should I say to him? What should I do? Ought 1 to stay with him. Stroke him and play with him. Talk to him kindly? I do wish I knew. If he was fierce — and growly— and cross, I should run through a gate — If there was one— of course. But if he was gentle and friendly and tame We might run a race or we might play a game; We might go for a walk, or we might climb a tree — And sit at the top where there's plenty to see. I wonder if Mother would think it un fair If I took home to dinner p big, furry bear? Would she open her eyes In pain and surprise. Or would she be friendly and find him a chair. Feed him on mutton, potatoes, and peas. Apples and custard, biscuits and cheese? For if he was hungry It wouldn't seem kind To go home to dinner and leave him behind. You can't leave a big, furry bear in the street — When dinner's all ready — with nothing to eat. And ' perhaps he'd b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

C. G. BELFORD SMALL GOODSMAN SCARBOROUGH ST, SOUTHPORT THONE 463. W. R. ADKINS BUILDER 4 CONTRACTOR Plana and Estimations given in all Branches of the trade. Shop Fronts and Fittings a Speciality Repairs Promptly and Neatly Executed HICKS ST., SOUTHPORT PHONE 165 Burleigh Heads At BURLEIGH, Allotments, from MO. At SURFERS' PARADISE; Allot nmta from £50. Dairy and Poultry Farms For Sale In -11 perta of tho district. HOUSES TO LET Harold Smith, auctioneer. And APPROVED valuer, BURLEIGH HEADS. THONE 6. BURLEIGH PLUMBING WORKS E. H. Co MEYERS, PLUMBER AMD GALVANISED IRON WORKER. lUKLEMH HEADS. THONE 83. Contract prices for all Omh of Roofir« and Tank MaUnfe Stores, Plunge and Shower Batfaa, Water Hesters, Etc. Windmills Supplied and ttacted. FIRST «*?«« WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED A TRIAL SOLICITED Marggrafs — it* — IB CImmb at Footwear, Hosiery Musical Instruments RECORDS AND ACCESSORIES In GREAT ASSORTMENT H. Marggraf & Son NERANG STREET, SOUTHPORT. ?PHONB 161.

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JOKES FOR YOUR PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

JOKES FOR YOUR PARTY. I'm not a lazy man, and if I could get a post at a regular salary as a plum-puddlng-brandy»lighter, I think I could hold down the job. Sammie: 'I've Just been having a tussle with the dentist.' Jack: 'And who won?' 'Sammie: 'Well, it was a draw.' 'Can you tell me the way to the church?' asked a stranger in the vil lage. 'Zartinly, sir,' replied the oldest in habitant, obligingly. 'Go up the downs, keep straight along the crooked lane, then round the square, and when you turn to the left, you're right.' A greengrocer named Berry, who sent In a bill to a customer before it . was due, received the following letter from him: — 'My Dear Berry, — Why have you sent me your bill-berry before It was due-berry? Your father, the elder berry, would not have been such a goose-berry, and, although I don't care a straw-berry. It looks very black berry, because your (s)logan-berry is 'Cash on delivery.* '*

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