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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24. "THE FOREIGN LEGION." [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24. THE FOREIGN LEGION.** The father, famous Colonel of the Foreign Legion — the son. private sol dier, soul-battered derelict of an ob scure ancestry who had enlisted to hide his shame and the honour of a woman. Now they meet face to face— out in the red-hot sands of Egypt— the son condemned to death — with his own father sitting in Judgment. -THE PORT OF MISSING GIRLS.' Why did Ruth King leave home? Where did she go? See this startling, frank, portrayal of the perils that be set the youth of to-day which results in thousands of girls disappearing Into the vast unknown. THURSDAY, APRIL 25. In a simple human manner is told, the story of a boy and a girl living on a 'small French Island who have plighted their troth, were separated by the avalanche of War and suffered hardships ere they were re-unlted. It is a great 'human interest' picture, true to life, and faithfully depicts the stress and trials of war. 'Honor Bound.' Embittered by life, he plodded on amidst the ...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Last Minute Candidate NOMINATIONS FOR ALBERT [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

Last Minute ;^an(iidkte^ . NOMmA^OttS^FOR AleEftT 'V! ? Nominatlpofe. closed, at noon tojiay foil the Albert seat \rfth* the Rcturtt- -. lng Offlder ' at ' Southport* . Mr. . M.1 ' Olegg, fgf the election to te on' . May, 11. The nomtmtlona ' - MORAN1, EdwaxftLawrenCe^t Li censed Victualler) PLUNKETT, Thomas Flood(Ca'ry - iFaijnen) . . ,? . . STEWARD. Ebenezer (Health In spector) . ' Mr. Stewart's was an unexpected lslst-n4nute noetf nation/ bat. ho is a man of Rood Btandinj; locally, and i* said to have strong backing. He will stand as a supportted. of. the Country Proresslve National Party, of which Mr. Plun!kett has the endorsement. Mr. Moran isj the accredited tabor candidate. (M. J. O'Donohue. Nerang-st- e;t, Southport.)

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Hats off to Mayor Grice FILM STORY OF SOUTHPORT SHOWN THROUGHOUT AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

Hats off to Mayor Grice FILM STORY. OF SOUTHPORT SHOWN THROUGHOUT AUSTRALIA It was the practice of the late Sir Thomas Bent, one-time Pre mier of Victoria*, to take his hat off to the cow* Southport owes it to Mayor Grfce th at hat* should be Rfted to him* both for what he has 'one and is trying to do to Improve the attractions of th*e land of soenfo beauty and make it pre-eminent as a tourist rwocL The latest move is to have its beauty depicted on the silver scicei« and in thisl his colleagues ? in tho Council roust share the credit. Going further, utfth the aid of Capt. Francis, MP., Mr. Grice h'S succeeded in interesting- the Develop ment arid Immigration Commission to such an extent that the film is to be screened throughout Australia. The following letters will speak fop themselves: — ? Capt. Francis' letter to the Mayors - At the conclusion of the .last session ' of Parliament, I went to Melbourne and went into the question with Mr. Gepp, of the release throughout Aus tralia o...

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

AGAIN A DAY LATE Again we are a day late with oar papeiv and for similar, reasons to the )as5t week. However, better lack next time! Also wte find oar pases crjowded out, and some news has had to be held over, including a statem:nt frcfo Mi sa Hannah as to whv she was unable to accede to a.request to stand for the Albert geat SOUTHPORT LAUNDRY— Dyer, Dry Cleaner, Pressert Hat Renovator, P. Fferguson, next ML Soegaard's, Scar borough Stiteet. LOST — Wcod and Canvas Canoe, pain ted cream. Indian head sign front. Reward. — T. ' R. Halle Esplcxude Southport. 'The Public Curator Act of 1915' (Section 40) NOTICE OF ORDER TO ADMIN ISTER The Public Curator hereby gives notice that on the tenth day of Apdil 1929 an order to admijidter the real and personaly Estate o£ Robert Mof fett late of Southport mfth the Will an lie red, was granted to him by the Supreme Court of Queensland. Dated this eighteenth day of April 1929. F„ W. MOLE Public Curator SHIRE Or NERANQ ! VALUATIONS Notice is hereby ...

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TABLE OF TIMES FOR BOILING. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

TABLE OF TIMES FOR BOILING. h. m. A ham, 201b. weight, requires . . ? 6 30 A tongue (If dry)* after soaking 4 0 A tongue out of pickle .. 2} to 3 0 A neck of mutton ? . . 1 30 A chicken ? 0 20 A large fowl ? 0 45 A pigeon ? .. .. 0 15

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

Pier PAVILION THIS SATURDAY VILMA BANKY THE AWAKENING A Rktaious love story oC a roan v.ho trifled, a girl who loved — an«l a couple finally je-unit©o. See it rnd thrill to the jsy of ^oriom entertainment, — And — u KARL DANE, vnth GEORGE K. ARTHUR DETECTIVES If you believe In laughter left's the L'spcst lauxli cf all. Gurtlr. Corcdy. NEXT TUESDAY DANCING~SEASON COMMENCES 8 pjn. ? 12 Good Orchestra Good Floor Be with the cflowd and enjoy a piifect even:ng. Popular Prfcn Double Tiokct .. .. 2/3 Single Ticket .... 1/6 YOU CAN BUY Better at Biikbeck's THAN IN BRISBANE This is because we - are here to sUy, and We couldn't hold your trat'e if out Prices weren't right— or our Goods up to test. Coxpare Our Prices ? or xnatcb our goods with the Quality you see elsewhere. V. R. Birkbeck The Old Jeweller with tbi Good -axe Nerang Street, Southport 'Phone 117. P.O. Box 15. nil until mint ntniiu nut ,N 11 nuimiMui I Rhoades' Furniture | is in Hundreds of COUNTRY HONES § S ^ ^ ~ ? ^U*n.''Ure' ''...

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

DRESSMAKING. — Ladies' Tailored Costumes and Overcoats. Order eaily. — Misses O'SulllvRn, White-st. Phong 152. VACANCIES lor live or more per manent Boarders at tbe Roseary, Scar borough Street, opposite Scbool. Ap ply Mrs. Shell. FOR SALE — Eight month's old Whip pet Can mecbanicauly sound, appear ance new. Cash £130. — S. Cculsorv Railway Department. TENDERS TENDERSJ ttnel invited for fencing two blocks at land, fronting] main' beach and South' Coast wad. For particular afply — a KEMP ' C/o Mrs, NinSno), Southport. SHIRE OF COOMERA BIRD'S CROSSING TENDERS. closfag with the under signed at 10 aJ» onf Tuesday, 21st Pick, aiB hereby invited for the con struction of Bird's Crossing over the Coomera River at Upper Coomera. Plans* specifications, etc; may be' inspected at this office, FRED. H. WUTH, Shiite CleiQc. Shire Hall, Coomera, 18th April, 1929. ? SHIRE OF COOMERA HOTHAM CREEK APPROACHES TENDERS. dostER with the uridex Eignetf at 10 aja on Tuesday, 21st * April, am heneby invited...

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St. Peter's Church ANNUAL EASTER MEETING [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

St. Peter's Church ANNUAL EASTER MEETING The annual Easter meeting of St. Peter's Church was held in the Par ish Hall on Monday, April 15th, the Rector (Rev. V. H. Whltehouse) pre siding. The attendance was good. The Rector In his report stated that progress had been made during the year. As illustrations of this, he men tioned that the number of communions made during the year was the largest in the historv of St. Peters: commu nicants were becoming more regular, and the attendance at the services was better. During the . year the unduly large parish had been reduced to a more workable area, by the formation out of the parish of the Coolangatta Parochial District, and the Mission District of Sunnybank. The Peoples* Warden (Mr. R. Q. Smith) reported that the total receipts for the year amounted to £1377/19/4, and that after all payments had been made, there remained a credit-balance of £24/12/7. £130 had been given to Missions and Diocesan Funds. In ad dition the Property Debt had b...

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Coomera Shire Council USUAL MONTHLY MEETING [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

Coomera Shire Council USUAL MONTHLY MEETING The monthly meeting of the above council was held on Tuesday, April 16. Present: Crs. J. Siganto (Chair man), W. Mills, H. James. S. Black, R. Currey, W. A. Binstead, F. Oxen ford, W. Austin, the clerk (Mr. F. H. Wuth) and Engineer Muntz. CORRESPONDENCE. From the Brisbane and South Const Hospitals Board requesting payment of £21/13/9, being amount required for the three months ending the 30th June. 1929. Amount passed for payment. The letter was received on the mo tion of Crs. James and W. A. Binstead. From F. Bird, stating he had im pounded 32 head, of stock from his homestead ten weeks ago. and asking for information in regard to driving fees. Cr. W. A. Binstead moved that the poundkeeper be requested to furnish n report Seconded by Cr. James, and carried. From the Ferry Lessee (James Whalley) with regard to a convera tion he had with the Mayor of South port about the condition of the wire rope for working the ferry. In re gard to the qu...

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Net Fishing Ban THE FISHERMEN'S VIEW. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

Net Fishing Ban THE FISHERMEN'S VIEW. ; While a movjs is being made to close portion of tho'wat^irs At South port to net flsfiiite, the fishermen in terested do not intend to remain idle They are oetertmdned that their side of the case shall be ventilated ard their viewpoint represented. . For this purpose a :r.?etin?.of net fishermen 'was held at th'- Soutl^port Hotel on Friday' evenimr. Tjg- nvatx?U of i- supply of fresh fish for visitors tn fcntols flnft'boaddinir houses. '.was considere': also th~ sport fffolded' to visitors who are disciples of-the^ toi and line. It was (decided that visitors could «et coflhed fo?ef .in BrijbmPa but a supply of fresh fiish — not of iced fifjH— was of paramount import ances A roeetfinjs for tKe same was to be held in-Biiabane the fol lowing week, and pending th? report tho Southport meeting adjourned to a date which will be duly advertise?.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

Pollce-Icspsctor at Highgate: 'Th a man has violent fits. of temier.' Man: 'Well, I livo with my' wotlerin Ia\V.» ? ? ? » The Man: 'Darling; p'ay a Iltt'c slower.' The Maid: 'You like lan guid nusis?' 'No, but ycur mo h.r will pj to sleep rr.uch quicker.'

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No title [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

(Aathoriactf by Lewis Me Donald, 236238. Elizabeth-st, Brisbane.

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The Book of the Year [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

The Book of the Year ? It would not W easy to find a less iilral li.Toine of romance than Miss Dorothy Cottrill has found for u» In 'Tin- Slnslnn Oulil ' Joan Jcrlnglon Whatn.oii i^ viry lil.iln ..nd unattrac tlvf In iiiiiicarnnu-: iin ? imaginative ililM. mv-n to ilicimlnK of wll.l a-I- venturcs ami cnllantly rculNIng Mime -if thi'in In |il.-y «itli her brotlitr J)irki.'. .«!.-? Bnm-s tow.ir-I.s younc womanhood, .still wi-tful of romance iinil conscious of Iht unlovilinos, hut to her own hurpriM- has uniulml that lnil-liiia!-]p fcinlnln,. thurm which is l.inr ami limrv womlerful than luauty. Jcrrj' succumhs to it while she is Mn.ill enough to threaten to bito him whin lie forcibly Uy.s her acro.ss his knees and takes thc bec-stinB out of her foot. Hut Jerry is much older than she is; he watches her Brow up, waitiiiK- till she is old enough to be ]irol-osi-d to liy cne so much her senior, and waits too Ions. She is fond of him. and a little resents his apparent indifference, and at ...

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GERMAN TESTS SHOW FORD "A" PERFORMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

GERMAN TESTS SHOW FORD 'A' PERFORMANCE. ? :o: ? Information has been received about the victory won by Ford cars during the A.D-A.C. Reliability and Economy Tests recently held in Germany, the Ford 'A's' performance has been brought out more clearly and the Im portance of Its conquest emphasised. The entries were divided Into three classes, according to seating capacities. 2-, 4-, or 6-seaters. In the starting test, the Ford 'A' won the largest number of points in two of the three classes. That test was held at the beginning of each day's programme. The cars were kept out-of-doors all night, had to be started within one minute after the driver touched foot to them, and had to leave the starting place under their own power. In the startlng-with-performance test, the Ford 'A' won first, third and fourth places in all three classes. In that test, after the cars had been left out all night during a snow-storm, they had to be started as above and then run a certain distance up a grade of...

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FOR THE MOTORIST PECULIAR PATROL CASE. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

I FOR THE MOTORIST 1 PECULIAR PATROL CASE. ILA.Q.C. patrols were kept busy as sisting members during the Easter holidays, traffic on roads to nearby re sorts, despite the showery weather, being very heavy, reports the Secre tary of the Royal Auto. Club of Queensland (Brisbane). One of the most peculiar cases reported was that experienced by a patrol on the South port route on Easter Saturday, when a member sought assistance In getting his car out of the garage at his resi dence. Although such work does not usually come within the scope of the patrol's duties, on this occasion, as the bouse was just oil the main route, the patrol went to the motorist's aid. On arrival at the garage everything ap peared to be In order. The engine was started, but on engaging low sear and attempting to drive out. for no apparent reason, the car would move a few inches and stop abruptly. A further examination by the patrol then revealed a brick Jambed between one of the rear wheels and the mud guard, ef...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

The DIRECTOR TOURER Champion o/ its class ,„-?;' The Director be came champion of its class when It travelled 5,000 miles in 4.751 minutest Why be satisfied with less than a champion? You will thrill not only to excess power, easy steer ing, and brakes . which have double the efficiency £425 Btnpna Extern Kx Warrhoue. Brlibue V1 accepted as stand* ard— but also to the unusual riding comfort resulting % . fromStudebaker's '*' exclusive BAT.L-BEAR1NG SPRING SHACKLES— the greatest advance in restful riding since balloon tyres. Only Studebaker offers you this wonderful com fort feature. ^^B&l fec^O *£\@\J EARL MOTORS. Nerang S-net, Southport. WMQII9A A SMARTER SIX Decided improvements in body design make Dodge Brothers Standard Six a much smarter j: car with wider and more comfortable seats ' ? and a far more luxurious interior with richer } appointments. In performance, the Standard Six easily lives up to Dodge Brothers reputation for con- . - strocting cars of exceptional flex...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

Moreton Garage ! DRINNAN & COY. ARE i Agents for all General Motors Products LOOK FOR : IN THE PRICE RANGE OF THE nni O The 'PLYMOUTH' CHRYSLER'S NEW FOUR CYLINDER MODEL. j IS NOW AVAILABLE. .' The sttikfag (mpro.-cnwnts are immediately noticeable. ' ~ It setst an entirely new standard In car design. A 'Foot' that acts like a ''3.x'f Price £265 j WATCH FOR THE NEW MOLELS. 65 AND 75 AVAILABLE SHOKiXY. y~ ? t .- ? ? ? ? [ Local Dealers : ! The Southport Motor & Parking Co. Ltdv -t /? : '^ SC/«8OR0U«W-CTRt£T, . ^ ^ NEAR STATJW, ? r_ rtmm n*. ? ^oUtnpoirr. *

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

J. D. ANDREWS, AuoiioMer awl CosMiMioa Agral. TALLEBUD6ERA. Sales held in any part of the District. FARMS FOR SALE Write for list to— X D. ANDREWS. Winifred Elsie Hopkins L.T.C.L., A.T.OL,. Organist of St. Peter's Church. Teacher of Pianoforte, Violin, ' Harmony, and Theory. Students prepared for all Music Address : — ' 'St. Gregory,' Queen Street, Southport. Regnant Picture theatre Direction: THAMS BROS Where the SSett SSktures are Shown ? SATURDAY. APRIL 27th.. Z . Love at Mid-night -' Featuring Billie Deve. Sudden Hghts in ths sea's «--,rk- ness — a shot— confusion — a giant dreadnought sinking — and then — — And — Powder My Back Featuring Iran* Rich. Also, a Good Comedy .'. . .WEDNESDAY. MAY 1st. True Heaven Featuring Gee. O'Brien sad Lois .. Moran A- human' document ' .torn 'from . war's pases. And FLEETWING Featnriaq Barry Norton and Dorothy Janis. A fascinating and colourful epic of the Arabian desert. ( Also, a Good Comedy WHITE'S YOUR DRAPER BIG PURCHASE . :_ .. OF- — Rever...

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IN THE REALM OF SPORT On the Ball SOUTHPORT DEFEATS COCLANGATTA [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

* IN THE REAlM OF SPORT jT~] On JheJBall SOUTHPORT DEFEATS COOLAN GATTAL In a practice match at the Southport Show Grounds, on Saturday, a team representing the Southport Club de feated a team from Coolansatta by six point* to two. after an Interesting game. On the day's play Southport were lucky to win. The visitors did most of the attacking. Southport won through by their solid defence and superior kicking. The game was of a close nature, with very few excittns flashes. All the . eight points were scored by penalty goals. The teams were: — Southport.— Full-back. P. Scully; three-quarters. J. Thomson, Cyril Xap per, L. Schneider and U Bowe; Stand | off half, X. Xapper (Captain): half back. W. N'oonan; forwards. Rev. W. A. Hardie, G. Slack, D. McLean. F. Hodgson, E. Spendelove, and T. . Street. Coolansatta (Blue).— Full-back, V. Jones: three-quarters, S. Lower, V. Brady, E. Lane. R. Plowman; stand-off half. J. Dee (Captain); half-back. J. Ellis; forwards, J. Hamilton, S. Jones, W. P...

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RAINFALL [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

RAINFALL Rainfall for the week ending the 22nd lnst. recorded at 'Myrtle Lodge' reads as 372 pointo. Pioud Pa'Jent (ta suitor) : 'iHs my daughter e\er efferaj you any -n- ccurastmont?' 'Oh, yes, sjr! fhi said. if I carried hen she'd cet you to pay the rent.'*

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