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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 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 ^H§S^fiSg|*MflBl Ole Evinrude, Father of Outboards, . fl^^^B HrBilBcKll deader 'n every step of progress in H^^^B/1 ^B^Kraj Satisfying balance of power and ^^H[ | ^f ^^KBKr ''l* °f flywheel. 18 H.P. 'ELTO QUAD' will deliver the coods. Ol/O Outboard Motors LOOK ME UP ? S1ZES-4 h.p. (wild Rudder Steering) 7 h.p. To In 18 h.p. Quad (Four C- Under) Soufhport Distributor Ml mil I IVAN Neran« ?trcet- * . *J* OULLI V /\lif SOUTHPORT Bayards Have just landed a big shipment of New Season's Coats The keenness In, price of these LADIES' WINTER. COATS Is due lately to the alertness at our buyers, who are ever on the lookout for Searonatte Goods on which wo can offeht you a saving. Ladies' All Wool English Velourf Cloth Coats, delightfut soft textuno. full coney collar in mole shade fancy tucVing on skirt f ny V boggy lining. Size3 S.W.. W. rn-» OS. In be...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Coomera Shire Council USUAL MONTHLY MEETING. (Continued from last issue.) [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

Coomera Shire Council ? USUAL MONTHLY MEETING. (Continued from iast issua) From the Home Secretary In reply to the circular distributed by the Rock hampton Hospitals Tax Committee re garding tlie unfairness of the present system of Hospital maintenance, stat ing neither of the resolutions are prac ticable ? the xeconud resolution even less than the first. The first resolu tion— a special levy on- Income now exempt, with an exemption «f £100 only— would have a disastrous eneei were it applied. It has l-een estimat ed by the Commissioner Xor Taxes that the limit of exemption is £SjO. and the proposal places practically the whole of the burden of hospital tax on incomes from £850 down to £100. Thus the proposal would re lieve tin- wealthy man and big indus trial institutions' (being well over the £S.'.O mark they would not be affect «! l.y exemptions), and transfer the whole burden to tlie middle-class per son, particularly the lower mlddleclass IM.-1-Mtn. The second praiKM-al— n tax i...

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

Southport Sports Depot We have just landed a fine range of Tennis Racquet Frames Here are a few of our Specials :— The Blue Moon (1929 Model), complete with beat quality EoglishUut ... ... ... ... 85/- New Moon Top Flite ... ... ... . 80/- Doherty SUzenger ... ... .. .. '5/- Tbe Alexander Flyer ... ... ... ... 65/- Spalding Top Dog, complete with med. quality English Out 45/- Spalding Sunshine ... ... ... ... 35/- Telopea ... ... .. ... ... 33/6 Spalding Greenwood ... ... ... ... 24/- Any of the above frames, alao many others, may be inspected, and if selected, can be strung on the Premises with best quality Fresh gut by competent workmen. We also restring racquets at prices ranging from 12/6 to 35/ SINOLE STRINOS 9d. EACH ALL WORE GUARANTEED Fresh supplies of 1929 Spalding Latexeam Tennis Balls always on hand at 19/6 per dozen. GEO, ELLIS, Proprietor NEAR RAILWAY STATION ~ SOUTHPORT 'PHONE 191. THE ORIGINAL j Cash and Carry Store H. V. FOSTER SCARBOROUGH-STREET Our Prices: SALMON, ...

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WILL READERS BE KIND? [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

. WILL Hli.\UERS BK KIND? Wo do not wnnt to rugceft that our readers are unLird, but ve went them to bear with us awhile in our temporary mechanical disabilities, which make it ' impossiblo to set rp all the news we want to pet in the couple of '?ays before the issue. Hccoujo cf this wo h«vs to get ? , _ , ''news' less interesting than than that — ?;»— breaking l»ter in the week for the reason tlmt we cannot have it s»t up !jiltrisb,ine and dispatched to 1 s s:i time

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Tennis SEAVIEW v. PINES. LADIES' DOUBLES. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

Tennis f — c— { SEAVIEW v. PINES. J LADIES' DOUBLES. ! O. Rjaade. — I'lajod on Seavlew court, Burlclgh, on Wednesday afternoon, le. ? suiting in a win for Seaview by 8 - games. » Scores (Seaview ir.entioned first)1. — ? Mrs. J;, M. Goodwin and. Mrs. GripsH ; v. Mis. Knapp and M'ss Knapp 3—6. 6—3; v. Mrs. Jl Banks and M-3S Ciaig, 5 — g, 4—6. Miss B. Andrews and Mis* Dorothy Justins v. Mrs. Knapp and Miss Knari* 6—2, 6r-3; v. Mas. Banks and Miss Craig'. 6—1. 5— S. Seaview, 4 sets 41 fiairtas; Pines, 4 --ets 33 games. The postponed B. grade (k«ies' doubles) match between Seuviow nnd Burlcigh Heads' will be played%on Sunday. ? ?* '

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

LOST.— Brief Bag wth W.tt on tag. Finder please leave AldrMge'* Garage. FARM FOR SALE^-Situated at SpMngbioo*. Walk in walk out^^J. B. Nutley, Eeachmcnt rend, Ncrang. FOR SALE— Motor Boat 30ft. x 8ft. Girt, splendid condition. No reascn able offer refused. Apply ''Stanton' House. FOR SALE— Four pure bred Jersey bulls. Sire. Oxford. No'.Ie Kins; a' o two others by Oxford Twylish King, from registered dun=. Prices frcra five aulnoas. Inspection invited — H. Watson, Benowu, Southport. DRY-CLEANING, DYEING. Suits Frocks. Cresf. Garments cleared, fslded Suits dyed, Hats cleaned and tri^rrcd; Collars 2/- dozen lau-.drv. — P. Fel-Kuson nixt M. Socgaard, Scar borough St.. Scuthport. ? SOUTHPORT TOWN COUNCIL PUBLIC NOTICE Persons having In their po ses-ioi srny tools Impl'ments oi property of the Southnort T^-vn Council nr^ r: quostcd to return same to Council Hr.ll wi't'in 14 Cayi rr rcf-on will le taken Wro LATHER. Town Clerk. O-un-i' Cha-bvs Arril 164h. 1'29. SHIRE OF NEPAXG. IMPOUNDED AT...

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Hints for Householders [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

Hints for Householders If a sauce be too thick stir in grad ually a little more liquid. ? ? ? If an ejre- cracks during boil.nr, a teaspoonful of salt in th» water will ptaovent tho white fronj spreading. ? ? ? A tablcspoonful of salt, placed in tha rinsing1 water; will stop color run ning lit a fabric which is not tub-last. ? a * Vinegar! in tho- linsing water of coloured clothes sets and revives tbo colours safely. a *? * Warni vinegar takes -stains, heat marks and other? cUsfUunations out of mahogany. Rub well; it is an excel r.nt jollsh in tl-! b.rgain. Lacquer tables, r.ow so fashionable, are treated in the tamo way. The ^?^ncgar cleans, but in this case aou 's 'the surface). Polish with a speck of paraffin applied in light energetic circles. Rusty WnCk laco renews Us youth in a bath of vinegar nlnd water — two tablespoons to the pint. Let it so k away hapipfly; rinse in cold coffee and iron djimp between two layen o£ flannels. If a s:uc? is too thin mix a little flour with col...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Shark Bite CASES OF SHOCK SUGGESTED TREATMENT ROOMS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

Shark Bite CASES OF SHOCK SUQGESTED TREATMENT ROOMS 'iledlcus,' a Macquarle Street Doc tor, who does not wish hia Identity, published, has suggested In connection with shark accidents on the beaches, that It is probable there would be a much greater chance of saving the vic tims, if after being rescued from the water,, they could bo accommodated in a room at the Surf Club House, or . Dressing Pavilions, for 12 hours or so after the accident. Whilst so detained they could be treated for shock — one of the greatest causes of death In such ' circumstances — by warmth and rest. The services of a doctor and nurse to be quickly secured. .' This contention Is that the long * journey from the beach to the hospi tal accentuates the shock, which the '?, facilities of the metropolitan hospital ' do not compensate (or, during the early stages of treatment. The executive committee of the Surf Life Saving Association considered the, suggestion, but decided to invite com ment thereon from Its medi...

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Miss Hannah's Reasons SACRIFICE TO LOYALTY. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

Miss Hannah's Reasons SACRIFICE TO LOYALTY. The reasons given by Miss I-ob.l Hannah for h&v.ngj declined a v.K'e spread acquest, that she should, ccn tett tha AlbeM seat at the forthcom ing elections; are disclosed in a letup which she wrote to MUs Hopkins, t«c ietai(y of the Womeijs Electoral League, in Southport, During tHe coursa of this let'ev, Miss Hannah says: 'My decision not to stand has been, I must coiiess, reluctantly errivted at by reason of tha »;reat keenness of your League and the strbng rAioraixes of support which I have! received, from nil parts of the electorate. Mrs. Appel. tow ever, who* state of health at pre sent doe* not permit any further i:s« of worry, haa exposed herself so definitely against my desire to stt nd that 1 have no other course but to secede to her wishes. I have been hoping every day that she would vi.w the mattec as was pat to her by Mis. Goldsmith, who saw her on Sun day e'-ening, to ehdeavour to persuade hefci to our point of view. M...

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Motor Tragedy Echo DEFENDANT DISCHARGED. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

Motor Tragedy Echo DEFENDANT DIS:HARGED. After the case for the prosecution had been heard by Mr. J. J. Leahy, acting police magistrate, in the Scuthpcit Police Court, on SaUrdny morning discharged Robert Jules AJax. of Coolangatta, charged, that on September 20, on the main South Coast road, between Meyer's Ferry and Burlelgh Heads, ho unlawfully killed Ellen Gertrude Dingle. The charge was tho outcome of a motor car fatality. A car driven by the defendant overturned, and Miss Dingle was killed. Four other pas sengers were injured. . Sergeant A. t.. Shersby prosecuted. Mr. D. Wadley (O'Chea, O'Shea, Lukln and Corner), appeared for de fendant. In answer to Mr. Wadley, Sergeant Shersby said there was a thick fog on the night o( September 20, and the road was wet. None of the occu pants of the car showed signs of liquor. He had heard from inquiries made that the defendant was a total abstainer. He declined to produce the signed statement of Dolly Masters, who was in the car at the tim...

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

The Souther! Store 1 ... ? ^ The Oldest Store in Southport. Established ;- in 1879 and still going strong ?; Delivery to all parts of the Town and District Prices are right. 'Phone 315 R. C. CAREY, , CASH and CARRY Right at Railway Station Where the Prices are at Gty Level CAREY'S CASH and CARRY Delivery Free 'Phone 399 BASTICK'S Where you get Quality and Service A Working Outfit For 2Is A Special Offer to Men We are' offering a Special - \z Parcel containing1 the fol lowing : — 2 pr. Cotton Twist Work* O1 e in* Trousirs. o jL-RD - Grey Flannel Undershirt / I C I Khaki Drill Shirt ***& at the remarkable price of 21s for the four garments 21s PH0WE^247 Nerang Street, Southport »

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District Doings Springbrook News SOCIAL ANDe PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

District Doings Springbrook News SOCIAL ANDe' PERSONAL An enjoyable evening was spent by a numbec of young peopte at the re sidence of Mr. and Mis. A. E. Wintle. Exciting fiames of pine POW, rorlour paxes and cards were indulged in. Sor*s were rendned by Mr. A. B. Wintle. Mr. C. Wintle. Mr. J. Wintle, and Mr. K. Wintle. Missed J. and M. McOwia-hie (Bris bane) are spendinK a fcw weeks wtlh Mr. and Mrs. W. Wintle. Miss H. Yaun (Nuiranhoh) spent the week-end as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Al E. Gillespie. Mrs. 1* Yaun =-rd child spent the wetk-end as the guests of Mrs. Yaun's father, Mr. a Rankin. Mr. A. L. Sp'*-n«er, who has b-en with his wife and family; a resident of Sprin^brco'- for years, is having a fine raw residence erected in Mud Ceeraba, where they will sben talrt up theT abode.

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NORTH STREET, GOSPEL HALL. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

NORTH STREET. GOSPEL HALL. Breaking- of Bread— 11 a.m. Sunday School- 2.30 p.'1- Gospel Meeting— 7 P-m.

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

Try Our Prices First YOU CANNOT DO BETTER ; ? THAN BUY FROM CASH & CARRY GROCER, NEUSAGfcNT AND STATIONER THE CHEAPEST HOUSE IN TOWN AND THE PLACE FOB THE BEST SERVICE Having taken over the Ncusagency and Stati-nery Bad ness of MRS. M. A. JACKMAN, near the Railway Station, I wish to a-vl-se that in conjunction with rune I am run ning a CASH AND CARRY GROCERY SPORE. A FEW OF OUR CASH AND CARRY PRICES ARE:— IXL Tomato Sauce, lid.; IXL Preserved Fruits, 1/; Rice, SHd. lb. ; 21b. Packet Self.R»lsing FIcar. 8d. Pkt. Harp*-** rolled Oat*, 21b. Packet, 10i; Maxim Cheese, 11 Hi; Pi.kles, 1/1 and 1/3; Camp Pie. 1/; Kit* Tea, 2/2; Empire Tea, 1/11. We Buy Right— You Benefit The Quick Delivery Newsagent RIGHT AT THE RAILWAY STATiON PHONE 73

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Tennis Social WEST END HAVE EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

Tennis Social WEST END HAVE EVENING. Entertained by Mrs. Dannccker and Mrs. Davidson at the home of the former, members and supporters of the Wist End Tennis Club spent an enjoyable time at a coin evening on TliurMlay. Cards, music, and games were tlic order or the night and Kept the guests in a happy mood. Prizes were distributed during the evenlnK. As a result of the effort an acceptable sum was netted towards the club Im provements.

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THE WEATHER [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

THE WEATHER O.i Sunday last a heavy storm geld ed 90 tomta. The temperature has fallen consideraMy and intermitte/it showers have been exrerienced da Sn£ the weolc

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Beechmont News SCHOOL OF ARTS ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

Beechmont News SCHOOL OF ARTS ANNUAL MEETING The Beechmont School of Art3 has added another year of progress to i',s credit, Tto eepert submitted to the annual meeting on Saturday after noon showrd a cisd:t balance of £23 to start off the next year with. The library was furtb s built uj- dutintf the year and these are now 'over 3;(- book* on the shelros. Officers elected fed the ensuing year were: President, Mr. J. Mun ster; vice-piBiWent. Mr. J. B- Crm eroo; secretary, Mr. Vi L. Forte ; committeee. Messrs. W. T. Rankin, C5. A, Scott, 3. Moffatt. Ml Muston, H. Slingiby. and A. Down/e. The develop ent of the d^tirc-, and the trowing popularity of the In stitute have cnea'ed new reels. Thj irre»te»t of these is an enlarged build. iaT- Aften much discussion, the chair man w.--9 raked to get Into touch with the Department reffardiiur a subsidy towards the necessary dterationst Mr. B. Munstee was appointed to act as caretaker on m honortirium cf '£6 pe' year. Discussion took place as to ...

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Fruit Train Specials [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

Fruit Train Specials Fruit train No. 16/29 tun by 'he CoT»nfttee of DVcMon of Fruit Mar kct'iw to cHea. WaHa-K-rrn Thurs day. Saturday m*. Mondw for vfl'k e'dinr| 22nd April, 1929. with 801 ton* o- which 357 tonp «?(»?? for » ?1 bturne cons'sitin? of 7291 c-^es b n in ?.', 797 cases r-ine»D'les. fiR7 ca-es -t .1 9 ca«?; to»a'o-s. 3 cases bjfns, 1 case stationery ?nd 6 rases pmp Viifc. Svdney takin-o 444 tons. or-i't. ing of 8624 eves ran*n?s, 629 crsei pineapples, 1453 -nse* tonaV.es. r-6 ca:«u pawi^ws, 17 cases cucumbd'^ E3 crrea dtras, 469 «a is bs&n?, 10 cases peas, 53 cases pu-rpkiira, 7 -a'es epg fru't. 32 ca«es oil-Jiiage 1 c s* rr-n-i111ii-» !8 ess rotatoes, 54 c?.«es sweet rotatres,. 3 cases nxn sterla deiicio.ia. 993 0-se» custa A apples, 1 case Qutensla-d, nuti md 120 cases oggs1. Tenderfoot: »r can't r'de B hne. I have rever ridden ona in my life.' Cow Puncher: *TT»at's all ifRhti. I am giving you a none that bes never been ridden* either.'

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Clergymen Welcome PRESBYTERIAN AND METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

Clergymen Welcome PRESBYTERIAN 'AND METHODIST. Rev*. M. 0. Cowe, who has been up Minted Pitesbyterian Ktnister at Southportj was the guest of w/ l:ome at a foclil evening arranged bv mem bers of tin enngre eat ion on Tursday. Speeches of wejeomi wd-e iride or l^ess«s. J. W. Tr^a'in (ch.l man of the comrittee), T. Locsenrore (afcre tary). J. Purvis- and A. MacpVes.n (chutch officerjl. On behalf of hin»5«if. th» Ministers Association, and tfw S-u'Hport Co.i frregational Church, the Rev. W. A. Hard/e (x'ended ^r^tlnfs. Songs «cre rerddnid by'Mta Marion Milne, a recitation by MJss Doieen Loose mz-ra, crid a Wolin s Io by tho guest cf the ev-nirg. Refreshments were supplied bv the lrdlee of the congre gation; METHODIST GATHERING. As a public welcome t-o tret n-w MinUter (Re\«. P. L. Linham^ mem bers and adb~rent« of the M tho«»i»t Church at Seuthpc.rt cath-red to fetler fn 'J'ucsday evening. .- Addresses of wetscme wofrj jf'vei by Messrs H. PillinR (local Pr «h-r»» Circuit). H j. L,-.wu ...

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Pier Pavilion THIS SATURDAY No[?]a Talma[?] in "The Wo[?] Disputed." [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

Pier Pavilion THK SATURDAY Notnu TalraaduTTr 'The Worn D»pat*-?.' The story revolve' around a lii anftle of two nren~-and a tfirL The men slna teat friends— the girl lik--i them both — until jealousy nnd la r.a chive the trio intlo a str nge -'fi-o.e- ment and a happy eliding. Develop r.ent of the ab orb'n(5 p',-t against a bacVjrnound of waro v ged towns, espionage and adventure ? v.« the girl the choice of saving an en'.lr ? anmy corps frtjm As ruction or ?-?»-- rificin? her Ycnor in ths namj o' patriotisT-. Ar.d tha heroine in 'Tht, Win 01 DLspjtedT' Is a r3.1 of th? st ve s whose coal is rebdti a.iilrt the fitvs of war and the tacrific?s of real 'o.e The part of Mjjry Ann Wagner is ers ily Miss Talmodge's finest r.l», and the production itself |s the b gp s she has ever a{:p?r4ed in. Glcna Tr-o» and Po«y Rath Mil e in 'JKot H;elt» The stay concenw tlfe h:larious aOwntuiiets of a ycun» small-town hotel owibt, who swaps his hotel for full ownership of a travelling thea trical comp...

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