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Weddings DUX—BANKS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

Weddings DUX— BANKS At St. Peter's Church ft Erg'and, on April .11, tho marriage was solemn ise! by Kbv. V. H. Whitehuuse, of i'.i. Will flam Herbert Dux (second for ? Mt. and Mrs. August Dux, Labrador) and Miss May Jessie Wait land Banks (only daughter of tfce late Mr. and Mrs.. Banks, Rcckhampton). The hride, who was given away by her vourgosl brother (Mr, Donald Bai.ks), wore a gown of ivory crepe da onine. Inlet with suipu^e lace, fin ished at 'he wn' t *vit i i aia-iu nt 3 buckle. Her veil, wrrn far. f ' hiiun. with a Ci ?' onet of ora-ge blctsoms, was oC hand-embrokl-'red Brussels net. She carried a bouquet cf, af tris tied with white sratin ribbons. Mis3 Evelyn Dux (sister of the brldeerara), r.cted, as brfr'esmaid. Pert frock was of shell i ink civ-pe de Chine Inlet with ivory medallions, worn with a hat of pale pink crin with ribbon pink roses, tied with pink satin rosettes. Her bcuquet was of i ale streamers, and she wore a gold brooch, the Rift of the bridegroom. Mr. Haoo...

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

'PHONE 314. THE NEW SEASON FOOTBALL BOOTS LIGHT OR HEAVYWEIGHT V & jp and as illustrated Jy The 'Harold Horder' / I MADE IN QUEENSLAND BOOT f ' ' JJWjBii For Durability second to none. ^ ? ^ As worn by Intelrstate ar.a Q International Players. f0' -djs 11/6 a# It/11. P(«t free ? ? — REPAIRS Ty ley's Boot Store, SCARBOROUGH 'STREET. - SOUTHPORT. Try Our Prices First YOU CANNOT DO BETTER ?' ' THAN BUY FROM W. R. Smith CASH & CARRY GROCER, NEWSAGENT : AND STATIONER THE CHEAPEST HOUSE IN TOWN- AND ' THE PLACE FOR THE BEST SERVICE Having taken over tho News agency and Stationery Busi ness of MRS. M. A. JACKMAN, near the Railway Station, ' ' I wish to advise that in conjunction with same I am tun ning a CASH AND CARRY GROCERY STORE. A FEW OF OUR CASH AND CARRY PRICES ARE IXL Tomato Sauce, lid.;' IXL Preserved Fruits. 1/ ; Rice, 3M& lb.; 21b. Packet Self-Raising Floor. Sd. Pkt. Harpo:*s Rolled Oats, 21b. Packet, 10d.; Maxim Cheese, 11H&; Pickles, 1/1 and 1/5...

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Tennis HUGHIE BAUER'S SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

Tennis HUGHIE BAUER'S SUCCES8. It -will be gratifying to - friends of - young Bughle Bauers, erstwhile of Southport, to learn ot his success in taking first place in the C Grade Di vision of the Darling Downs Tennis .. . Tournament, held at Toowoomba re ' cently. . , MATCH WITH WONGA WALLEN. ' Last .week end on; -A' .Grade team trom the Southport Tennis, Club, jour neyed to Wonga Wallen for the pur pose of playing a social game against the local team. Play was stopped tor rain, when only two sets had been gone through. Mr. and Mrs. Lane hospitably en tertained the visitors to lunch and afternoon tea. . Scores. — R. V. . Hope and Miss D. -Croft (Southport) v. R. Lane and Miss Lane, 6-2; ' M. J. Sullivan and R. V. Hope (Southport) v. R. Lane and G. ?Currey, 6-1; v. II. Lane and J. Lane, 2-1 (unfinished). . On Sunday Advance town visited the . Southport Club and engaged a team In a social game, which resulted in a win for the latter by four games. Scores. — R. J. Owen— Mrs. H. Bore ham...

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Mid-Week Games. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

Mid-Week Games. Three rinks . were ? In play on the r Southport green this afternoon, the players including. a. number. of visiting, bowlers, who were welcomed by Pre sident Carey. Mr. J. C. K. Slbbald (Auchenflower) responding: Scores: — Pohlman, H. Napper, Adklns . . 31 Slbbalds (Auchenflower), L. Tooth (Rockhampton), W. ' H. Vlzer (Yeronga) . . i .. .' ? ? 20 Bellby, Shepherd,, W.' .A, Napper .. SO CavllI, Mason, MonkSouse .. ?? 14 Cochrane, Shllllto, Morris (Au chenflower) ? 30 P. Andrews, O'Donohue, Carey .. 21

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SPORTING On the Green [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

SPORTING On the Green All seven rinks were occupied on the Southport Green on Saturday. Includ ed in the play were two matches In the second round ot the Gilbert Cup com petition. Among the visitors were Captain Job. Fi-ancls, M.HJl., and Mr. T. F. Piunkett, the National candidate for Albert. They were cordially weloomed by Mr. Carey, president of the South port .Club, Score?: — GILBERT CUP. ? , ? ' ? - (Second Bound).* W. M. Altman (5 on) defeated A. K. Andrews (scratch) by 31 to 28. V. R. Birkbeck' (5 on) defeated J. Howe (5 on) by 33 to 9. , ORDINARY. GAMES.'. Beitby, Woods, Biggs, Adklns t . 33 Pohlman, Cochrane, Cavil, Hlbbard IT S. S. Wilkinson, Bastick, Mason, Akes ? ?? Hack, Dodd,- Thams, C4rey ...... 11 Hamlyn, Purvis, Wlckham, O'Don ohue ? 3® Hawkes, Julian (Llsmore), Kret schmar. Is. A. Wilkinson .... 18 Moore, Johnstone, W. A. Napper 35 . P. Andrews, Shepherd, Ledbury ..-2-5 ? Price,' father, Clark .. ... '.35 Annand, H. Napper, 'Monkhouse .. IS'

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Kingston Factory PAYMENT TO SUPPLIERS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

Kingston Factory PAV.M EXT TO* SL'l'I'I.IKHS. Alan Moffat. Tallcbuilsera. West HurlWgh, wriK's to the Editor: — Will m)U grant me space for this letter, 'it might let tho suppliers ot the Kingston factory know how they are being treated this time re the re fund from the Patterson scheme. The chairman slated in his report to the annual meeling. that they had received £11.370 clear money over what they had paid in levies. Now, when tne Patterson scheme came Into force It was definitely stated that all monies refunded lo factories were to be paid to all suppliers, as all suppliers' but ter is liable for the levy the same as the shareholders' butter. But no re fund will be paid for 1928, they s»v. It seems as If this money Is already earmarked to augment the greater dividend to shareholders as they have had the articles altered lo enable this to be done. Now. then, jou directors: here is sour chance to pro\c jour worth! \\ ho wJJI be *am«» to stand up to Mr. Kibble and tell him he will ...

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

Regnant Picture theatre Direction: THAMS BROS Where the SSe*t Snturet are Shown SATURDAY, APRIL 20th The Show Girl Feat sriog Alice WUte . THE^SIREN Fa*1 'ring Tom Mom and Dorothy Revier Ak« ASOOD COMEDY WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24th The Foreign Legion Featuring Lewis Stomt Maty Nolan and Norman Kerry — And — THE Port of Missing Girls Fa'srbg Brtwi Bedford THURSDAY. APRIL 25th. Once and Forever HONOR BOUND Featnrfa-g Patsy Rath Miller Featuring George O'Brien ALSO, A GOOD COMEDY WHITE'S YOUR DRAPER BIG PURCHASE — OF — 1 Reversible Floor Mats ? nv ; — AND — ! ?Air . ] Reversible Door Slips Owing to the delay in the arrival of these goods from overset's, we i mast effect a speedy clearance, and will offer them at ? Sensational Prices 150 REVERSIBLE FLOOR MATS. In 25 different designs. ! All One Price 5s lOd each ) 30 DOZEN REVERSIBLE D.O0R SLIPS. In suitable colorings to match Milts. ls8deaCll These are now being displayed in our Maiu Show i Window and we cordially invite your inspection. WIN...

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Coomera Workers SCHOOL BUSY BEE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

Coomera Workers SCHOOL BUSY BEE A very busy hive of bees buzzed in the Coomera State School playground on. Saturday last. The School Com mittee and many of the parents as sembled for the purpose of carrying out the very necessary repairs to the school fence. Busy workers to the number of a 'score or more soon made a very, memorable impression. A use ful lronbark tree had fallen, very con veniently, during the recent heavy rains. During the previous week, yield ing to the combined persuasions -of Messrs. S. and O. Hargraves, and their mauls and wedges, this tree had pro duced seventy-five posts. These were rapidly placed in position and. bored (you should have seen P. Levy on the boring). .Four barbed wires were then strained (SoL Hargraves broke one), and seven chains of new fence replaced what was a very dilapidated section the previous day. In the meantime* other workers were busy repairing other parts of the fence with the better parts of what had been pulled down. The writer not...

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Football Flashes [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

Football Flashes (By Unoml.) With all the might of youth and growing popularity, King Football Is catching the favour of the Public Kingdom. The greybeard. King Cricket, Is fast tottering on his throne of wan ing popularity and is gathering his forces for a final retreat. The Southport team stepped right into action on Saturday when they played a friendly match against the 'Seagulls,' and exceeded all expecta tions by playing a draw with that re doubtable combination. individually, Southport were supe rior, but the Seagulls, their combina tion revived by previous matches, dis played greater team work. From the start the game was most ly a forward one, and Southport, with' a lighter pack, always mixed It with their , opponents, and It was only the lack of condition which told In the second half, that prevented them from beating the home team. Two good forwards have been found. In Thomson and McLean, who are only newcomers to the team. Another newcomer, G. Slack, plays a promising gam...

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SKIM MILK POWDER FOR CALVES. An Economical Rearing System. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

SKIM MILK POWDER FOR CALVES. An Economical Rearing System. Tests recently made at the Pennsyl vania agricultural experiment station in feeding 33 Freisian calves on skim milk powder revealed that this ration, while not quite as desirable as an abundance of skim milk fresh from the separator, nevertheless offers real pos sibilities to the dairy farmer who sells whole milk at good prices and raises heixers from his own cows for replace ment purposes. For the first two weeks, the calves received milk from their respective dams. Then the amount of whole milk was cut down gradually and replaced with reconsti tuted' skim milk, made by mixing lib. of dry milk powder with 91b. of warm water, the amount of which in turn was reduced while the calf was fed increasing amounts of dry grain ration, including milk powder. Up to four months of age, when the use of milk powder was discontinued entirely, the proportion of this ingre dient was reduced so that the animals received more and more of thei...

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Shift the Station TRAFFIC THROUGH SCARBOROUGH STREET. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MOVE. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

Shift the Station TRAFFIC THROUGH SCAR BOROUGH STREET. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MOVE. To avoid the inevitable conges tion of traffic along the Esplan ade when the new South Coast road comes through, and to lessen the danger to the crowds strung out along the foreshores of the bay, the Southport Cham ber of Commerce wants to have the Railway Station shifted to make way for a branch highway through Scarborough Street. It tbis Is done portion of the traf fic can take tbfs route which will bring them through the heart of the town, or the traffic committee define a one-way traffic circle should the crowded nature of the traffic war rant It, which Is more than likely in a shorter period than most people think; that Is when the Coomera and Logan bridges are constructed, and the Main Roads Commission con structs the last short link ot the South Coast road leading into South port The matter was brought before the Chamber at its meeting tbis week. Mr. Ralph Johnston, drawing at tention to the pros...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

'Oh, Mamma, look nt that silly man trying o slop that tramcar!'

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

W. W. OLNEY Gentleman s Tailor Nerang St., Southport Wishes to notify all intend ing customers that Business will resume *'*' Monday , April 29th B Added joys await you In the 'ELTO' Outboard Motor, built by Ole Evinrude, Father of Outboands, now solely wth the Elto Company — Leader in every step of progress in Outboard Motors. ^ First Light Twin — ''ELTO.' First Satisfying balance of power and lifrht welcht— 'ELTO.' First Auto matic Tilt up— ?'ELTO.' First Puropless Water Circulation— 'TLTO.' First streamline design — 'ELTO.' First and oniy Rudier Steering— 'ELTO.' Above all, the famous ''ELTO' start on quarter turn flip of flywheel. If you are a racing enthusiast The 'ELTO' 7 H.P. ''SPEEDSTER.' or 18 HP. 'ELTO QUAD' will deliver the goods. ^ ^ ^ ^ SIZES— 4 b.p. (wltb Rudder Steerlot) 7 b.p. Twin V l» b.p. Quid (Four Cylinder) Outboard Motors ' * LOOK 'ME UP ' ? Southport Distributor j M.J. SULLIVAN, NeTousSiRT Bayards CONJOINED WITH OUR LATEST SHIPMENT OF New Season's Fabrics ARE ...

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

You can't Judge a Sausage by its Shiny Overcoat— Neithei ran you Judge our Bread until, you've tried it Our JBunn have a Special Flavour You can order them from our Garter ? 'PHONE 25$. J. E. MARRABLE, BAKER AND PASTRYCOOK SCARBOROUGH ST, NORTHS IDE. SOUTHPORT. CHILLY WINTER APPROACHES! WOODS HOT PIES MEAT OR FRUIT, Hava the desired effect of wanning nnd stimulating the whole ayiitem. Watch for the Cart and secure your supplies. Plus tries. Cakes, rod An Other Refreshments of the Highest Qual ity on Hand. REFRESHMENTS AT ALL HOURS. .. CHOICEST FRUIT AND. VEGETABLES. _ H. H. WOODS, THE WHITE CAFE. NERANG STREET, ' — SOUTHPORT. THONE 375. New in its field but already a leader tg&fe New though itlfs In the field of low- , P'iced sixes, tne Chrysler-built De tfflgj Soto Six is already solidly en QqI trenched. '?''T' Buyers on the alert for stunning style, surpassing performance and value are choosing De Soto Six in numbers unpreceden ted for any new car in the industry's history...

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Anzac Day SERVICE AT ST. ALBANS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

Anzac Day SERVICE AT Sr. ALBANS St. Alban's Memorial Chapel, South port, Is one of Australia's most beau tiful monuments to those who offered their services to their King and Coun try in the Great War, and, as ' the School has such a large Honour Roll, Anzac Day acquires a very speciat sig nificance. A solemn requiem will be sung at 11 ajn. on Anzac Day, and during' the service Schubert's Litany of the De parted will be sung; the Dead March In Saul will be played; the Roll of the Fallen will be read, and a wreath will be placed on the' Honour Board by one of the returned Old Southportonlans. The Last Post will be sounded 'by a Seaforth Highlander. The members of the Returned' Sol diers' Association will have reserved seats.^ It Is anticipated also that the -Mayor 'and aldermen will attend offi cially. The seating capacity of the chapel will be heavily taxed, and those who wish to attend are urged to arrive early. -?

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

F'- ?SHfeii™E!irasaiSSSI^^| :]] 'It pays to come to the right place — ::: [ ^ TRITTON*S'' Hi Stronger, Deeper, Larger, Better Finished /f 7 /£ & ||! SILKY OAK BEDROOM SUITE-4 pieces /® 1 :li j;; ill 'OARTICULARLY note (be artistic lloes 1 Comprises 4ft. 6ln., Wardrobe ??? Jl with 3 doors, and Bevelled Mirror S3 i 14 Inches; 5-drawer Duchess with 36 x 20 inch Bevelled Mirror; Marble Top Pedestal; 4ft. 61a. Bedstead. la Silky Oak seasoned In oar own yards. . . . ? £29/17,6 i:| CASH OR TERMS ill Wr/7# jor th» famous Tritton Catalogue. Jj ®F TRITTON T'M1TED 111 c'' H,me I IIL__ 260 GEORGE ST., BRISBANE, gj ? err ' JFinneyS ' QUEEN 6 ADELAIDE Sis. -BRISBANE Sports Suits J i XUMn — Tujo Piece Jumper Suit in Jill IDool Jerseq Cloth in the neo- livo lone effect u?ith barrel stripes. Smart pleated skirt. In mastic and red. rjCklf* sstu. 3Sin. lo 40in.; soj, 40in.: id. 42in. Price t J/O XUIIU8 — Exclusive All IDool Jersey Jumper Suit, smart check designs u?ith ejjeclipe self band. Ski...

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To Meet at Southport CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE CONFERENCE RECEPTION ARRANGEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

to Meet at Southport CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE COXEEHENCE RECEPTION ARRANGEMENTS. The near approach of a date for the ajinual cunIVl t_Mice of Queen-land Chamber-, of Commerce, which this ye^r N to be held at Southport. was a subject of (J.scil vsion at the monthly meeting of the Southport Chamber on Monday night. It was slated that the president, Mr. Darker, hail left the fixation of a date .in the Southport Chamber's hands. It was decided to tlx the opening date for July 29, the week be fore Exhibition week In Brisbane. President Biggs stated that It would he for the local Chamber in associa tion with the Council and citizens to see that suitable arrangements were made for the confeience, and that members and the lady friends accom panying them were properly enter tained. lie submitted a tentative pro gramme. which members considered ?.vould fully meet the demands and do Southport justice as a home of hlspf tality and good-fellowship. It was decided to engage the Pier I'a\ilion for the...

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

M. W. LOVE, FUEL MERCHANT. NERANG ROAD, SOUTHPORT. ?PHONE 407. Mr. C. G. Frew, L.D.Q, SURGEON DENTIST. COUNTRY PRESS CHAMBERS EDWARD-ST„ BRISBANE. S. B. WARD, M.Q.I.S, AUTHORISED SURVEYOR. (Late A.I.F.), — — Nerang Street. Southport. ?Pfcoae IK. Bex ?. R. McCOWAN, SOLICITOR, 8M -QUEEN-STREET. BRISBANE New Zealand Insurance Chambers Also Namibour and Beaudesert. Will visit Southport EVERY FRIDAY. And may be consulted at the Office R. G. Burniston and Max Graham. Auctioneers, Scarborough-street. STEPHENS & TOZER SOLICITORS, Etc^- ' Union Trustee Baildi&gs, (Corner George and Queen Streets, over-H. F. Smith's), BRISBANE. West Burleigh. — Second Thursday in every month. Nerang. — Last Thursday in every month. Other places en application. The Southport School (Church of England Grammar 1 School), Heed Master: CANON DIXON, UA, Oantab.' ?? Boys prepared for the Univenities. or for Commercial Life. Splendid Sports Grounds, Qricket, Football. Tennis, Roving, Bathing, Etc. SOU...

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Coomera News [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

Coomera News A dance was held at Coomera on tho 13th inst. In aid of the State School funds, the floor being in charge of Mr. O. Hargtaves, the music being sup plied by Messrs. Jas. Whalley and Chas. Anderson. Supi-er was pro vided by the committee. Amongst those present were: Mesdames J. Barnett, Jas. Whalley, K. Atkinson, Geo. Sleath, S. S. Freeman, J. Gilder, O. Hargraves, 1*. Levy; Misses M. McGrath, M. Yaun, Jean Lowry, M. J. Hopkins, E. Sheehan, It. Gilder, Lily and Merle Bambling. — . Gray, Gwen nle Wilson, Doris and Vera Hessian, Lou and Ida Anderson. A. Taylor,* Addie. Doris and Alice Foxwell, J. and I. Steffan. Mr. J. Hickey. met with a very pain ful accident on the 10th inst., when the horso which he was riding slipped on the bitumen road, throwing him. Mr. Hickey sustained a deep incised wound on his left arm, also severe injur}' to knee. First aid was rendered by Mr. S. S. Freeman, Q.A.T.B., and the patient was taken to Southport, where It was found necessary to Insert ...

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Regnant Theatre SATURDAY, APRIL 20 "THE SHOW GIRL." [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

Regnant Theatre SATURDAY, APRIL 20 ?THE 'SHOW GIRL/* Four out of -five men loved her— so she loved the fifth! One made love with greeting cards with money and wild parties. One made her a Broadway star. Her Span ish lover kidnapped her. But the man she really loved didn't make love at all. ?THE SIREN.' . Fascinating, alluring drama of fk beautiful girl, who unwittingly lures men to the financial rocks A meeting in a lonely cabin — a hand at cards— an exposure — a fight and conflagration — give birth to love and bitter grief. Relentless hate tears two lovers apart and would sacrifice one u.pon the altar of injustice Vvhen — you'll pause spellbound during the thrilling action of this film.

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