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Football Flashes [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

Football Flashes (Uy 'tix'OMI'.) SouttijHirt had to light lianl to ob tain a win over Cootangatta on Satur day, and at many stages of the gjine It looked as If the latter would gam the verdict, hut soulhport stuck lo tliclr jolt and defended nolily. The (fame showed the importance of a good rake. The light Mu« Umiii got the heller of the majority ot the scrums, hut concentrated more un In dividual than combined efforts. Whorl the hall came through the Soulhport lack. Wally Noonan and llcrliie Nap ier stalled some nice movements, but the occurrences were few and far be tween. In a way Southport's team was an experimental one, as several jouns players were being tried out. 1». Scully, who rame with a repu tation as an A. grade junior, looks like justifying the status. Although lie ?played at full back. Ills place Is ob viously on the three-quarter line. There was no question of his speed and tackling ability on Saturday. Southport may find tlicir long lookcil-for rake in Ncv. Gaven. w...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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SPORTING FIXTURES [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

SPORTING FIXTURES Owing to the weather the vaiious ^porting events had to be postponic'.

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District Tennis [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

District Tennis Owing to rain, only a few of the matches In the first round of the Southport and District Tennis Associa tion fixtures, were played. Details: ? .Men's B. Grade — North Side v. ? Mudgccraba, at .Mudgccrabi: II. Shel ton and E. O'Shea (North Side) v J. Lawton and C. Gillesple, 6-5, 3-6, v. P. nankin and K. Wlnlle. r,-3. 6-1; K. V. Freeman and R. Akes v. Law ton and C. Gillesple, 0-6, 6-0; v.' P. nan kin and K. Wintlc, 6-3, 6-4. North Sfde, 39 games; Mudgeeraba, 23 games. Ashgrove v. West End, at AshSrove — J. Stubbs and D. Andrews (Ash grove) v. F. Dannecker and T. Cow dcroy, 5-6, 0-C; v. G. L,. Bradford and J. Davidson, 5-0 (to nnish) ; J. Muddy and J. Simpson (Ashgrove) v. F. Dan nccker and T. Cowdcroy, 6-i, 6-2; v. G. L. Bradford and J. Davidson, l-fi. fi-3. Ashgrove, 32 games; West End. 2* games. -Men's C. Grade — Scavfcw v. The Pines, at The Pines: W. Taplin and T. Grey (Seailcw) v. C. Hldley and W. Tyrcll. 5-ff. I-fi; v. R. Knapp and W. Anderson. 6-5, 6-0; v. Grl...

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Coomera News "A NIGHT IN JAPAN." [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

Coomera News ;.. 'A NIGHT IN JAPAN.' A dance, ''A Nisht in Japan,' was held in thd School of Arts, Upper Cccmeia. on Friday night, and. al though the weather was uns ttled thj attendance was vety fair, £7/10/- bi Ing taloan at thfe kjoor. Tho floor was in charge of Mil Col. Siganto. The music being sulpplkd by ?The PuipU Strollers,' Southpo.t, undeL- the supervision of Hiss Edna Barren Extras were ptayetf by Miss Lydia PettifeP Supper! was provided .. The hall was beautified with sttaeamers, suspended from the tides of the hall, interspersed -with Jap anese lanterns of varied colours, fi. ioK a very pleaBing effect. Amongst those present «eie : MM and Mis. R Bus»nnn, Mr. and Mr3. Al Donald, Mr. and Mra. S. Curo.% Mesdantea J. N. Siganto. J. He-sian. Chas. Howard, M. Murray, W. Sheeh-n St'.nfiaM. Missies Lydia and Vena Pet tifer. Lou. Ande.son (Bfebane), Gwennie Wilson. Clara Stanfield. Do-h and Vera Hessian, Joyo» Hrwar^. Dorrle Slganto, Lily and M-rle Bamb llr«r, ffi nnd Ivy Murth^...

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

Proud Parent: 'Net I -will never. . recognise an actress as my dat&iteii- ln-law,» Lovesick Son: 'But she isn't an actness; she only think* she ts one.' Angry Teacher: 'Susie, your lips are covered with ltpsttek every mom. Jr&' Very Small Girl: 'Well. I navte to kiss mother before I come to schcoli'

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TO-MORROW'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

TO-MORROW'S MATCHES. The fixture iratches In th» South Coast Rugby League will co-nmencJ to-irorrow. The draw is Kerang v. South:-ort nt SouthtxWt Coolangatta v. Ourrumbin at Currurabln; Burie'tC* haa the bye. The team selected to rept.vsent Scuthport is as follows:— Full bade, L. Tuesley; threequar tera P'. Slralley, L. Schneider, C Nap per, W. Fdid; fiw-e'ghth, H. Nopper; half. Cliff Nappen forwa»'a^ Rev. W. Handle.. J. Richartfcom C. Tuesley, T. Stltoet. D. McLean, U Bowe. Emer gencies, forward, N. GavBn; back. P. Nr.pper, W. Quirk.

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

A. LEDBURY, s t -. - ? » ? BUILDER ft CONTRACTOR, i Plans prepared and Estimates Given for. All Clasaee. of Work ? REPAIRS A SPECIALTY . LENNEBERG-ST, SOUTHPORT. 'PHONE 202. ' Whittle int. (Late A.I.F.) THE RELIABLE GROCERS Esplanade Store, Sontkporl ' A FEW SPECIALS ; Just landed ENGLISH CUPS , and SAUCERS^ in two shapes Minton and Paitfs. Bieakfast 1/6 ereh, 17/6 c'oz. Teas 1/5 eucb 16/6 aoz. PRIMUS STOVES 13/6 each. Our Grocery prices ar-j right and our Service Is O.K. Two Stores at your service i Esplanade and North St Those 323. VOU ARC A REAL rWCND . TO Tut FAttncR: I The' 'Foundation of Prosperity that LABOB hat bnilt for tho Farmer. ! ''pHE LABOR GOVERNMENT ; J_ backed farmers' co-operation by | Statute ; raised the. status and stan | dards of the farming industry ; stabilised J primary industries and put more money Into the i farmers' pockets ; created conditions that make country life more profitable and attractive; { placed, in the hands of the farmer the power to ' initi...

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Football LEAGUE MEETING. RULES AMENDED. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

Football LEAGUE MEETING.. RULES AMENDED. A special niJtetinji .of delegates re presenting clubs cmtpeting in tho Soutrmort division of the League was held at Meisrd. Harvey and, Kimlin's .cafe, Burleigh, .on Tuesiday evening. Those present were Mcssis. G. Dun can, E. EuTiln Id (Burleigh Heu's), W. T. Ryland ana Cox (Ntmnsr), G. Wilson and J. Thomson (Southport), D. Purcell ond H. Throwep (Cirum bin); W. T. Ryland. (Ooolangatta), B. Napper (secretary), It C. Symons (President). Thet [president In his openlnr i-e- marks, requested the delegates to deal with the. revision of rules by deleting or rddlnu to the iules rdopt cd by the parent lAody ard to s'r ctly avoid takiiryr any inttrp-otation on nr.y clauss In th? rules, as they hi11 met solely to kpvise or adopt rules which would be iv.nplicablo to the ro qulremnts of clubs taking part in the local fixtures. In connection with tha registration of .players,. Mr. Ryland stf.wgly oon te-3dea that tho rule governing rogis tnations as set ...

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NO CLAIMANTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

NO CLAIMANTS. 'So you saw the woman drcp her purse,' said Jrnes to his friend, 'but lost hflr in the crowtV Did you rd verti^r.?' 'Oh. jes' wes th? iep'y, 'but I d ?*':/♦ fit an tinsw.f. T put this in the paperr: -lf, the p'a'n wonnn, alout 45 jtars cf aire, wearing a dres3 and hat of last v*Ws styU, who !ost a purse containing seventeen rhillings and tUreepence. In Oxford Street on ? Saturday, will apply to ? , the property Trill be lieturned.' ' 'Good heartens, man,' said his frierA, 'no wonder you didn't get an answer! No woman In the world would own up to that description for c.-.en'e n ro'l tlxe-'pnc',!'

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4The Spirit of Anzac Lives Fadeless and Undimmed it Moves Through the Years Enthusiastic Commemoration Ceremony at Southport [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

The Spirit of Anzac Lives Fadeless and Undimmed it Moves Through the Years Enthusiastic'Commemoration Ceremony at Southport The commemoration of Anznc Day — the m»irorable- 2oth of April, 1915, upon which Aus tralia achieved her nationhood — was c:irrk'd out in an impresive manner in Southport yesterday. Down the street from the Town hall, to the site of the Memorial, came a remnant line of those sturdy fearless men, who, unrfor ;i pities'! hail of Turkish bullets an I burstin- shrapnel stormed Gallpoli's shores, s-caled the cliffs and achieved the almost impossible. There and on other fields of conflict these mm, l:y their ht«.-oisn-, devotion to dutv, and niit.le self sacrifice, made the name of Anzac immortal. Or.sdually, tho deeds of these supermen alon^ the far flung battle fronts, have been woven into the fabric of our national spirit, forever enshrining its wonderful story into the traditions of our race. ' I ' The procession of soldiers, which 1 star'ed from the Town Hall, v...

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

' MURILLA ' AlERON STREET Accommodation for Permanent Boarders. MODERATE TARIFF 'Phone 217. BE SAFE! Use SANDER & SONS' PURE VOLATILE EUCALYPTI EXTRACT, whose purity and strength have won for it the verdict of a Supreme Court, tie distinctions of Exhibitions ariS the patronage of the whole roedicaj profession. SANDER'S contains highest percentage ethereal ecca!yptol and is an unrivalled disinfectant. SANDER'S Rives instantaneous leiief in headache, fevers, colds, 'flu. catarrh, lung and stomach troubles, -: dicers, burns wounds, sprains. * few drops fa water taken internally 1 win restore vigor. SANDER'S Is the -^' ?Ogj genuine, and has none of the deleted- f oiis effects of crude oils or so-called ?? ?extracts.' Refuse to accept nny i. substitute sold for 'just as ucod.' ^ SANDER'S is the essence of the re- ?% fined ncodnct of selected leaves orJv, f manafactiirad under continual medical «? sapervbion. There is cnlv ona 11 genuine and one best— SANDER'S. Vi ANNAND'S SOUTHPO...

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

(ADVERTISEMENT.) Electors of Allbeipt ' T. FLOOD PLUNKETT, (Endorsed Country-National Candidate) seeks your VOTE AND SUPPORT ~ Qualifications that count : — T. FLOOD PLUNKETT Association for 17 years; Chairman /j!$r-*^^*%^-$SaS. 4 Director and first Chairman Dairy S'*ii-^K*^1 /?? J^^^a ' Products Co-op.. Coy., the largest |/.;, -y^M^ Vfr^ S&Hii 1 handlers of Butter In Queensland. (/ \ ',^S&~ ,.-?? - i^^^S ' 5. Chairman of Queensland Advisory ^ '' '^-/IkIsBlL ' J&S&illS Committee operating Patterson ^-3& $&? /K^^ 9. Queensland Ucpre^entative on Aus tralian 1'iiiry Fjtport Board, and Chairman vince its inception. 10. Member of Beaudosert Shire Counci' for 13 years. Chaiman for two -fors 11. Chairman and Representative on Council of ARriculture for South Coast District Council for three years 12. Representative for Australian Uairy Producers at Conference called by Prime Minister with Oversea's Ship ping Delegation 13. Deputy Chairman Que...

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

Motorist (held uy for speeding): 'I ?was hurrying to see my scl'citor.' Constable (taking name and addnesa): 'Well, ytju'll have. Dome more new* for him now.' '' - - ? The Man at the Wheel (notice in ebriated gentleman):' 'That remind* met I must g)et the car oiled to montawf ? ' — _ . .- - .

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ENGLAND AND ST. GEORGE FESTIVAL DAY ORATIONS SOUTHPORT SOCIETY CELEBRATES. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

ENGLAND AND ST. GEORGE inn FESTIVAL DAY ORATIONS SOUTHPOBT SOCIETY CELEBRATES. When a land forgets Its legends, sees but falsehoods in t'i« Past; When a nation views Its sires In tlic light of fools and liars. ? - ? Tw a sign of its decline. \nd Its glories cannot last: ? - . Branches thai but blight their roots *'?''? ? Yield no sap for lasting fruits. mgmWSmm The restive hall at Wood's Excelsior Cafe, where the celebration was held, was comfortably nilcd. and represen tative Englishmen, together with dele gates of kindred nationalities, occupied seats at the head table. The gather ing which was presided over by the Chairman of the Soulhport branch, the Rev V. II. Whltehouse, took the form of a dinner, musical evening, and ad dresses to appropriate toasts. The addresses, without exception, were pointed and unusually brillhint, while their appeal could not fail to strike a responsive chord In the hearts of those present. The musical num bers, though few, also possessed quality. The ...

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WIT AND WISDOM. Clever Sayings. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

WIT AND WISDOM. Clever Sayings. 'It Is not the imperfection of our friends that we love; but It' Is their magnificent struggle against It' 'That which we love most anU con sider the greatest good In life decides what we are.' 'Kindness is not a small department of the mind; It is the attitude of the whole character.' 'The opinions of our friends must be sifted by our own Intelligence, without tenderness toward ourselves and without silly self-depreciation that Is only selfishness In an anaemic form.' 'We are inclined to think more of how much, we love people than ot how well we love them.' 'The beauty of the people who are different Is that, however mistaken they may be they have kept their souls alive.' 'It Is a dangerous thing to go back on any Ideal, and It la a false philoso phy which tells us to like what we have If We cannot have what we life.' —Maude Harrison.

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THAT LITTLE BIT OF COLOUR. It's Magic. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

THAT LITTLE BIT OF COLOUR. It's Magic If you put on a little colour, then use only the very best rouge, and use It sparingly, advises a writer. It Is a good plan to first smear the face with olive oil or a good face cream; then wipe It dry and dust with your ordin ary face powder, which should also be ol the best quality. Put the rouge on last, and, I repeat, be 'careful not to overdo It, and always bear In mind the sort of light to be faced. In this way .you are more likely to obtain a natural effect

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

FIREWOOD Supplied -In any quantity. Cat to any length. ' - ' W.' CHtRN, 'Phone M. . Rw*ilre»t. , j. The Original German J (Dr. Sandow's) . j. Karlsbad Salts j Which are intended to be taken J internally to remove acidity from the j blood and tllus relieve all forms of I Rheumatism, Sciatica and other I Rheumatic Pains ? '^H PRICE 2s 6d Procureiible from — W. E. Martin, Ph.c. I Dispensing Chemist Opp. POST OFFICE SOUTHPORT AGENT FOR GOLDEN CASKET ART UNION LOOK! If you think we are trying to do a good thing by keeping down the price of General Drapery, Grocery, and Hardware we would be pleased if you would call and give us a trial. In our Grocery department you can obtain Cash and Carry prices — r prompt cash with order Orders called tor and delivered as usual J. Purvis & Sons, The Big Corner Block '-'' ?'? -v: . .- cv% n a -? \ / ? 'Where Business Hums- ) ;vyQr\_i SSajjJthport

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FAIR GIRLS. The Matter of Blue. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

FAIR GIRLS. The Matter of Blue. Fair girls are often perplexed a* to whether they should wear green or blue. As a matter of fact, either col our Is suitable, but some damsels shun the former, because they think it brings bad luck, says a writer. There Is one shade of blue that the fair girl can wear ' with great effect besides striking an uncommon note, and that Is the blue that Is almost the colour of the Jacaranda. It has an illusive mauve tint In It Blue has not escaped the breath of suspicion, only It Is a much nicer one than that attaching to green. To the Italians, sky-blue means a soft ethereal happiness; to the French, a tender and fortunate love. There Is an old rhyme which says: — Green Is forsaken. And yellow Is foresworn. But blue Is the prettiest colour that's worn. So the fair girl, who cannot make up her mind, had better choose blue without more a-do. That last line Is not really In the rhyme, by the way.

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OUR WINTER COATS. Very Becoming. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

our winter'-2oaYs. ' ?'?'?' Very Becoming. lA-ng coats are made both with and without a belt. They are slightly shaped to the waist at the normal height. Some have double-breasted1 fronts, some have pockets, not all, writes an Englishwoman. Whether straight or vaguely circular, long coats are slim and as short as the dresses with which they are worn. Wide and long velvet ' revers give ? richness to plain and figured cloth coats, and look very well on a coat of small black and white checks. A coat of black satin, and another In black cloth, have trim mings of grey caracul, not heavy trim mings but light ones, let us say, a straight collar of fur and cuffs or s-. cloth 'collar edged with fur which crosses over generously.

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Women and the Home THE HUMAN BRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

iy-- ? ?jAfUa-i.ga ? ? ???rv; ? ? : ?'; : : ; V-'j 4r-l~;r,T- '- ? ?'?yy;V ?--?^sa 'SSSy^iiSaJfryyagi^ 5 *£ Women and the Home «£ THE HUMAN BRAIN. In the second of a course of lec tures, given In the theatre of the Royal College of Surgeons, London,' Sir Ar thur Keith said that man's brain with all Its fallings represented Nature'* masterpiece. Recently a distinguished Viennese neurologist Professor Constantln Eco nomo had made a more exact census than any made hitherto of the living units within the cortex or rind which was the essential part of the human brain. He found that a European with a-biraln of 48 oz. — a common size — had in the neighbourhood of 14000 millions of living units or neurons, as they were named, In the grey matter or cor tex of his brain. The brain, stated Sir Arthur, was 'wired' to an extent tar beyond the wildest dreams of the most modern of telephone engineers, the wires or nerve fibres being' living fila ments drawn from the bodies of the neurons. Let an e...

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