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Southern Fruit Markets [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

Southern Fruit Markets Melbourne by wire 23rd instant: — Bananas, anticipate 1/- drop on last FHklay'a prices which were: Speciils 29/- to 30/-; cho:c.-, 27/- to 29/-; standard, 22/- to 26/-; plain 17/- to 20/-. pineapples, smooth, 10/- to 29/-; oranges, 18/- to 21/-; TMsior.i, hilvcs 4/- to 6/-; tomitces, 6/- to 15/- pei bushel. Sydney by wire 23nd instant:— Bananas: Special, 26/- to 28/-; crol e. 21/- to 25/-; standard 16/- to 20/-; plaSa to 15/-. Pineapples, 12/ to 22/-; passions^ 10/ to 22/-; tcnu toes, 4/- to 10/-; custiird apples, 6/ to 8/-; orangeo, 6/- to 12/-; manda Jns 12/- to 15/-.

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

H. J. F. Lougheed, (Late HOLDEN BROS.), HOUSE & COACH PAINTER. SIGNWRITERS, CAR ENAMELLERS 'Pho*. MS. Agents for RIPOLlN ENAMEL. SCARBOROUCH-ST, SOUTHPORT. St. Hilda's School SOUTHPORT. Church of England Grammar School for Girls. For prospectus and all particulars ppply— WINIFRED L. FOTOCK. BJV .?rlneipal. K. B. PRICE SOLICITOR, BARNES' CORNER. (Opposite Post Office), SOUTHPORT. Visits Neranjt every Tuesday; But le%h erary Wednesday afternoon. THONE 453. WHEN THERE IS CARRING TO BE DONE KINGSTON IS THE MAN TO DO IT. A. P. KINGSTON. ?Phone 3. — Si*vtnf5lrett. 'Your food doesnt doyou any good if you're tired ^^ Jtm At the end of the day's work, tcliere nervous tension hifon eating. Wriglcy's will refresh and tone you up— so that you're ready to enjoy your food. Wriglcy's helps digestion, cleanses the teeth, removes all traces of eating or imoking— and sweetens the breath. -WRiGJ|YS SLUGGISH UTeT A torpid, sluggish liver leaves poisonous morbid bile in the blood, which upsets t...

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Reading for Children THE DANCING SUNBEAM. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

Reading for Children ? - THE DANCING SUNBEAM. ('My Magazine.') (Continued.) '' By 'this time1' the other nuns were buck In their Beats, sewing, as It the commotion had never been. 'Sister, It U against the Ancren Rule,*' said Catherine, snipping off . a thread remorselessly. 'What did the good Bishop, decree? . A -( nun, sweet sister,-' must have' no -beait (said he) only a cat.' 'But I do not. like cats,' protested I Innocenfia fretfully. , f Meanwhile Roseclear, carrying Fris ker, was making7 her way across the « .*een downs. - She was the youngest of the three little maids appointed to wait on each nun and do the outside marketing for the convent. The cook, who had to ' be a good age an-\ very plain, always remained In the house.' But though Roseclear was the young est of that little hive of women hers was the master mind. Prisker was no new acquaintance; . she had helped to tame and teach him. When Sister Innocentia asked Rose ? clear to take the rat she knew very well her sharp...

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THE WITCH DOCTOR'S WAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

THE W'TCH DOCTOR'S WAY. Out of the little mud-walled bunga low which. is the hospital at Mahamba, Swaziland, there came. Dr. Till. A withered old African was waiting for him on the verandah. The doctor asked what was the matter, and the old man described his pains, which were many and acute. 'You had better stay In the hospital, and let me try to make you better,' said Dr. Till. No! the old man would not hear of it. But he wanted some medicine to take home. He produced a huge bottle and said: 'Fill it to the very brim.' Dr. Till obeyed. Afer a time the old man appeared again, saying he was better, and wanted his medicine bottle filled again in case of a relapse. But this time he met with a refusal. Dr. Till had learned that the old man was a witch doctor, and had been selling small quantities of the medicine to his neighbours at an enormous price as his own magic brew, which would cure everything from fever to bad temper! His own reputation as a wizard stood or fell by the missionar...

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WONDERFUL HAT TRICK. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

WONDERFUL HAT TRICK. He was an amateur conjuror, a'.d on a lone railway journey offered to entertain the othar passengers with v. few tricks. Ho performed several good ores, but one fellow looked on and at intervals rmule jptnarks such jvs: 'Everybody knows that one!' 'Think we didn't see where that went?' And 'Why, my ten-yeaiold son can |do all those trlaks.' - The entertainer to&k little notice of him, but at length asked the grum b]e_i lor the loan of his hat, n new bowler. The man objected, but at 'ast hrnded o\ed the hat with a very bad grace1. 'fre conjuror borrow«id a knife, ? sliced off the top, stomped on both pjrtfcns and said, 'Now, that's the' first pant of this triifli The second is putting it together again, nnd any one can do thait. 'Say, mister' — turning toward the grumbler — 'you tell your son to show you how it's done.'

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Church Services. ST. PETER'S, SOUTHPORT. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

Church Services. ST. PCTCUS*. SSOUTHPOKT. 7.30 a-m.. Holy Com...Ln!on (every Sunday). 10 a.m.. Holy Communion (Sung), 1st. 3rd, and 5th Sundays] Mattins, 2nd and 4 th Sundays. 7.30 p.m., Evensonc (Every Sunday) NERANG.— 2nd Sunday in month, b a.m.. Holy Communion; 4th Sunday in month, 3 p.m., Evensong. UPPER COOMERA.— 2nd Sunday in month: 11 a.m., Holy Communion Feb, April, June, Aug., Oct. and Dec) ; 2 pjn,. Evensong (Jan., Mar., May, July, Sept. and Nov.). OXENFORD.— 2nd Sunday in month: 11 ajn., Holy Communion (Jan.. March, May, July, Sept.. Nov.); 2 p.nx, Evensone (Feb., April, June Aug., Oet, and Dec). 3EV. V. H, 'VHITEHQUSfl

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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

ROMAN CATBOliC CHURCH. Soutbport. — Mass : Every Sunday, at 7 ajn.; 10 nm. on Second Sunday of every month, and on 4th Sunday when 6 Sundnys In the month. Evsnlne Devotions: Every Sunday at 7.30, except the last Sunday. Buileigb Heads — 10 a.m, on lit Sunday in th» month. Nerang. — Mass; Every 3rd Sunday at 10 aJn. Upper Coomera,— Mass : Evwy list Sunday at 10.30 a.m, trA Evening Devotions at 7.30 p,m.

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PRESBYTERIAN SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

PKESUYTERIAN SERVICES. Nerang — 11 a.m. Benowa— 4 tun. Souhport Church Service — 7.30, pja Southport — Sunday School 2.30 pjr- Preacher— Rev R H C CROWE

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (Ta[?]ebudgera). [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

PRESBYTERIAN CHUKCn (Talle budcera). Tallebudsera — 11 t-m. Lower Currumbiii — 2-30 p.m. atudgeeraba — 7.30 D.m. Rev. W. R. COWAN.

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. White Street, Southport. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. White Street. Southport. Sunday School, 9.45 a.m. Church Services, 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Holy Communion on the 1st Sunday morning; and 3rd Sunday evening of *ach month. Minister : Rev. \V. A. Hardie, B.A.

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SALVATION ARMY. Scarborough Street. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

SALVAIION ARMY. Scarborough Street. Sunday, 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Sunday School. 2 pjn. Adjutant Cole and Captnln Stephen, ?on.

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METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

.ifrETHOUlST CBORCBL Southport, 11 am Rev. P. J. LANHAM, P.A. Sout-'iport, 7.30 p.m. Mr. W. Shlllit'. Burleigh Heads. 7.30 n.m. Rev. P. J. LANHAM, RA.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 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 SVRV EVOK. (Late A.I.F.), Neranc Street. Southport. 'Phone 20S. Bex 9 . R. McCOWAN, SOLICITOR, 334 QUEEN-STREET, BRISBANE New Zealand Insurance Chambers Also Narobour and Beaudesert, Will visit Southport EVERY FRIDAY. And may be consulted at the Office R. G. Uumiston and Max Graluim. Auctioneers, Scarborough-street. STEPHENS & TOZER SOLICITORS, Etc., Union Trustee Buildin(j», (Corner George and Queen Streets, over II. F. Smith's), BRISBANE. West Eurleiph. — Second Thursday in every month. Neranjr.— Last Thursday in every month. Other plactt on application. Printed and published by Michael James Q'Donohue. for the proprie tor*, Bulletin Publi'hinjr & Printing Company, Ltd., at the registered office, Neranjr-stieet, Southport. J. N. Skelton BUTCHER QUEEN AND SCARBOROUGH STREETS ? SOUTHPO...

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District Doings Burleigh News [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

I District^Doings j Burleigh News After many yoars waiting, the Mtin Koads Board has mado a start to foim and bitunrm that |ortion of io.uI known us the 'Missing Link' extend ing fijo « Messrs Justin Bro?. c rnir to Mr. Kdgnr Stephen's p.ejnise-. 'While ti c rond Is being con trictid. ine iraiuc has neon oiveriwi pas». Justin's Tennis C-urt«, ;.nd contmu 'njr- to the top ervl of the tecneition rercrve \rs t Block's store. Unfortu nately for tho Contractors the huge motor scoop which has t-?en shifting tons of earth during the week has struck work but steady pi^gress is bein«r made by the road graders. Mot orists would bo wf.'e to ease up on tho temporary rorul directly at tho end' of the bitumen road from S«.uth port, as it is just wide enough to ? allow one car to pass in safety. The iecent installation of the Con iimmmiiiimiimiiiimimiiiimiiimiiimi! tinuous Telephone Service, in this centre is a big factor in the futuio welfaiv? of the district. Undoubtedly It will be a boon to loc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

MERIT alone .... can such popularity -£)rpKr!j T',e intant success of the new De ? .~ji ':o£o Six it renewed proof that the Aa.'.ri'i.-.n pu'-!i: appreciates and re wirds true distinction and quality in - n car of njodcr.ntc price. The unmV.-i'cali'e enthus:asm which H'' c! i-c ''.-in cf this new Chryslcr b-i I .- i-; ,i JV.v we. Its affo has swelled into a CT'O.t c':vuj of approval — backed by a re;er'].!.re.-.U'na avalanche of ordtrs. Yo: in; i.v/ife J to confirm this popular judg- m .-.li').- yo-.u-.-eif. .Ses and drive the new De ? o-o i.\ - «n i you will appreciate the verdict of a h. st ei' i wncrf, who rate it supreme in value. 5-Seater Touring Car Compht.-wilhSp&reTyre.CowI XT' Q '7 ' 7 Lamps, an J Lovjjoy Hydraulic I » L J I / Shock Abiorlirr* Delivered Brisbane ^LEUR earl motors ltd. STRAr BROKE MOTORS LIMITED 419 ADELAIDE STREET. BRISBANE DeSoto Six PRODUCT OF CHRYSLER NEW FORD^^ ndurance permits Sustained Driving under full Power /CONTINUOUS driving hour after ho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

The Southport School (Chuicfa of England Grammar School), Head Master: CANON DIXON, MA., Cantab. Boys prepared for the Universities, ?or for Commercial life. Splendid Sports Grounds, Cricket, Football, Ttennis, Rowing, Bathing. IStc. SOUTHPORT SADDLERY ESTABLISHMENT DO YOU KNOW that you will SAVE MONEY bv sending for SADDLERY REQUIREMENTS TO . P. MIETHKE, ' SADDLE AND HARNESS MAKER SOUTHPORT rAll Lines kept in Stock In good Also your repairs attended to prompt ly from an* part of the Electorate in conjunction with tbo above. Agent for; — Red Indian, Harley-Davidson. &S.A and Douglas Motor Cvcles; Star and Red Bind Bicycles. Howard Cycle and Accessories, Edison Phonographs, Gramophone Machines and Records. A letter sent from your nearest Post Office, or a RinR on the 'Phone -No. 31) always finds us. „ 'PHONE 314. THE NEW SEASON FOOTBALL BOOTS 1 ? LIGHT OR HEAVYWEI6HT \ jj®J P and as illustrated 'Harold Horder' if [J If ADE IN QUFENSLAND BOST / :] For Duivbility second to none...

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In Passing [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

| In Passing j London is still the pulse and centra of the entire world. — Lord Melchett. ? ? ? Very nearly oerj thing very nearly didn't happen. — Mr. Philip Guedalla. He who is preaching war to-day should be examined for insanity. — Bur- gomaster of Frankfurt. ? ? * Christ was not so concerned about getting men Into llua\cn as about get ting Ik-awn Into men.— Rev. II. Samuel. * ? ? Can amoue »av Dint chiliaation would be much poorer if the centuries between COO and 1100 A.l)„ were blotted out? — Dean Inge. ♦ ? ? .Mankind is divided into two t)pes; the t\pe Hut waul* to dominate Its fellows and the type that wants to undcr&tand its follows. — John Drink \?atcr. » * ? 'The more games wc play the more we become sportsmen, and that is about as good a title as we want nowaday:*. All games are good. There Is no such thing as a bad game in the world/*— Lord 11} ng. -

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Some Clergymen AND SOME REMINISCENCES. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

Some Clergymen AND SOME REMINISCENCES. (By J. D. STEELE, Heathxole, Southport, (Juccnsland.) Having tiad several uncles in tlic church— one. I rcinercbcr, had been to Balliol College, Oxford; one at Calus College. Cambridge; one at Jesus Col lege, Cambridge; one at St. lice's (oil, 1 can't remember, for the moment, whirr one or two of tbe others went) ; as well as having bad several uncles in tbe Army, one In the 21st Fusiieers; one in the Ctli iiinisMlliiig Dragoons; ami one, 1 remember, commanded the 1st Royals. Well, as these ancles oi mine sent souls to Ulory, but, of course by different methods and by dllferent routes — 1 am in a position to refer to the cloth for five or six of n y uncles wore it. I.et me coniiiience with tin; Iteverend l'ascoe Crenfell Hill, rector of St. Ed munds, the Martyr, London, who, when Chaplain in the itoval Navy, saved two lives at sea on two different occasions ?mil was awarded the silver medal from the Iloyal Humane Society. This uncle bad a huge ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

The Southport Store 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 j Where you get Quality and Service A Working Outfit i For 21s A Special Offer to Men j We are offering a Special ? Parcel containing the fol- i lowing : — ? i 2 pr. Cotton Twist Work 0| c ing Trousors. ^ 1 Grey Flannel Undershirt V I C I Khaki Drill Shirt ** * ° at the remarkable price of ! 21S ; for the four garments \ 21s PHONE 247 Nerang Street, Southport : A

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

Try Our Prices First YOU CANNOT. DO BETTER THAN BOY FROM W. R. Smith CASH & CARRY GROCER, NEWSAGENT AND STATIONER THE CHEAPEST HOUSE IN TOWN AND THE PLACE FOR THE BEST SERVICE Hiving taken over the Newsagency and Stationery Busi ness of MRS. 1 L A. JACKMAN, near the Railway Station, ? I wish to advise that in conjunction' with tame I am run- , nine a CASH AND CARRY GROCERY STORE. ? A FEW OF OUR CASH AND CARRY PRICES ARE i— IXL Tomato Sauce, lid.; IXL Preserved Fruits, 1/ ; Rice, SHd. lb. ; 21b. Packet Self-Raising Floor, 8d. Pkt. Harpai's Rolled Oats, 21b. Packet, lOd.; Maxim Cheese, 11 Mi; Pi:kles, 1/1 and 1/3; Camp Pie, 1/ ; King 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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