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

TKere ^06S ' Winter's Here. Tim* to lay in mj Hot Water BottU. I'd rtcommtnd you p*opl« to do tKa mm, G«t it from W. E. MARTIN p£r * Ph C. Oispciuinc OlimUt, Soutkperi 10». P.O ) tnt foi GcUUn J. D. ANDREWS, AastioMer ari CcMmion Agent, TALLEBUDGERA. Sales held In any part of tbe District. FARMS FOR SALE Write for list to — X D. ANDREWS. Winifred Elsie Hopkins LT.CX., A.T.O.L, Organist of St. Peter's Church. Teacher of Pianoforte, Violin, Haitnony, and Theory. Students prepared for all Music Exams. Address: — 'St. Gregory,' Queen Street, Southport. Regnant Picture theatre Direction: THAMS BROS 10 here tho 35e»t Sitture* are Shown SATURDAY, MAY 4th MONDAY, MAY 6th. The Matinee Idol The Fortune Hunter Featuring Johnnie Walker r-nd Featuring Syd. Chaplin. Bessia Lows, — And— —And — The Haunted House Lost in the Arctic Featuring an All Star Cast. Also, a Goad Comedy Also, a Good Comedy WEDNESDAY. MAY 8th. The Farmer's Daughter Featariag Harjarie Baobe. Captain Lash F**tariag Victor McLa...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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With the Rifle SOUTHPORT CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

With the Rifle SOUTHPORT CLUB. The Southport Club Qred the April monthly competition last week-end over 500 and 600 yards ranges, ten and eleven shots respectively. The conditions were good and some line scores were registered; only nineteen members competed. E. Forster win ning the shoot with 102 off rifle and 8 handicap. Mr. Forster has only reeentlv been transferred back to the club alter an absence of years In the north, and has reached the century twice out of three shoots. Ills 102 makes him a tie with J. Boyd and G. Ellis for the top of the range, and should It not be beaten In the remaining three shots of the year, the winner will probably he de cided by a shoot off. Other good scores for the competition were E. Stewart, A. Soegaard. W. Smith and W. Pascoe. 97 each. W. Pascoc also secured the possible at 500 yards. The following arc the scores In de tail, the flr-t Ave being prize winners. E. Forster also w!ns a centnrv trophv. Hep 500 GOO O.R. Ttl E. Forster .. 8 49 53 102 ...

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Week-end Accidents [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

Week-end Accidents Week-end accidents kept the South, port Ambulance Bdgiule busy. On Saturday Stanley Andrtows ot Mudgeeraba fell through some steps at his residence and Sustained severe lace/tions of this left leg. He was conveyed by the Southport Ambulance rto a private hospital. The same day Ernest Charles Denscn dislocated bis left elbow when lr- tripped over i log while endeavoring to catch a hccse. Annie howe, residing at Min ton Brisbane, received painful Injuries to her leift foot when It was caught between the carrier and the chann of a motdn cycle while she was riding on the pillion, on Sunday. Both were treatca by the Air.bu lance.

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MATCHES AT BEEN LEIGH. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

MATCHES AT BEEN LEIGH. The linal round of the A. grade fix tures of the Logan and Albert District llille Club Union, llred on the Been lelgli range on Saturday, resulted In a win for the Southport No. 2 team, which was undefeated during the jear. Scores : — SOUTIIl'ORT No. 2. 301) 601) Ttl W. l'a-coe . . . . 40 50 90 E. 1.. Freeman . . 43 56 89 K. Movant . . . . ay m gg A. Socgaaril .... 37 52 89 J. lloyd ? 42 46 gj J. Dowrie . . . . 37 . 39 76 Totals .. .. 238 282 520 Counted out: R. Pldd 31 — 45—76. SOUTHPORT No. 1. 3011 600 Ttl. II. I.ou^heeil . .. { 5 53 87 «. Ellis ? 5 5 52 i»6 li. Amlnws ? is 57 85 K. I.atir.-, . . . . 12 53 85 \V. Iieiinis .. .. in 5 5 8 5 K. Mewait .. ..37 51 78 Totals .. .. 215 260 5(15 Counted out: J. Thorne 51—3 5 — 75 IIEENLE1GII. 3l)ii 6011 Ttl. A. llo-s ? 4s is 96 II. Kirk ? 12 57 89 J. A. Savage . .. 50 57 87 U. Willie .. .. :i- li 82 K. I.uliaeh . . . . 50 39 79 II. .Molilis .... 36 35 70 Totals .. .. 25 5 259 503 Coiuiti it out: J. Xlobbs 36 — 33 — ...

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Biting Well ANGLERS' GOOD DAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

Biting Well ANGLERS'' GOOD DAY. ? Fish are provid'ni plepty of s;ort just row arid a big h?nl was made at the we fa-end. Captain Lahrs took Messrs. Whittle B.-»s. and a party Idown the bay in th9 launch 'Athns,' and 180 fish wera caught in five houns. The catch com prised cod, fiathead, bream, jelw, an! crabs:

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SPORTING On the Ball SOUTHPORT DEFEATS NERANG. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

SPORTING On the Ball southportTdefeats nerang. After an uninteresting and ragged display, Southport defeated Nerang In the opening match of the competition fixtures for the South Coast Rugby League on Saturday, |iy eight points to four. Both teams showed disappointing form, more so fouthpert. Frequently C. and H. Napper started some promis ing combined movements, but they were often spoilt by faulty handling 'passing. Nerang worked hard but 'lacked the team work displayed by Southport. The teams were: — Southport (black and gold).— Full- back, I.. Tuesley; three-quarters, P. Scully, L. Schneider, C. Napper, and W. Quirk; stand-off half, II. Napper; half-back. Cliff Napper; forwards, E. Uanham. J. Richardson, K. Morton. T. Street, C. Tuesley, and L. Bowe. Nerang (green and gold). — Full- back, D. Cecil; three-quarters, A. Scndy, S. Gibson, F. Batten, and E. Caven; stand-off half, F. Berg; half back. \V. T. Ryland; forwards, G. Duncan, II. Platell, R. Jensen, V. Hlnde, T. Ilinde and C...

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The Sirens [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

The Sirens Working: In the City Forever and a day. . 1 We hear the Brave deep voice Of the ships that sail away. Eastwards down the river, They're readv now to sail. With passengers or cargo. With precious outward mail. Thq whole great world before them, So various and strange, Which you and I in fancy Alone can ever range. They know mid-ocean's murmur And loneness 'neath the sky; We know the crowded pavements And the buses lumbering by. But thoughts shall never narrow To one rut -dull and grey, While we hear the magic calling Of the ships that sail away.

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COOLANGATTA'S NARROW WIN. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

COOLANGATTA'S NARROW WIN. By three points to two Coolangatta defeated Currumbln in the remaining fixture match, at Currumbln, after a good exhibition of tho League code. The ground was heavy, and for the greater part of the game play was confined to the ruck, and both teams at times engaged in attractive passing bouts and open play which augured well for the class of football likely to' prevail during the season. In the first half Currumbln showed superiority In the scrums, and were able to keep the ball from the faster backs of Coolan gatta, and at half time no score had been registered. Following on the resumption. W. Taylor landed a fine penalty goal for Currumbln, and this had the effect of brightening the play considerably. Lane Instituted a num ber of passing bouts In the Coolan gatta hack division. a,bfy backed by Brady.. Ellis, and .Plowman, and from one of these Plowman scored a bril liant try near the corner. Brady's at tempt at goal failed, and Currumbln made several dete...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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District Doings Coomera News SURPRISE PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

| District Doings | Coomera News SURPRISE PARTY. A surprise r«r'y was given by fr'enc's of Mr, and Mi's. J. Whaliey, ot Oxer.ford on Saturday night. Tha ovonlrg was given ov«|r to garnet) and dancing, a most pleasant evening be ing spent. Music was supplied by Messttts. J. \\ halky, G Anderson and J. Whal'ey, junr. Amcngst those present were: — Mes- dames Jas. Whalley, J. Bamett, J. Heisian, Q. Atkinson, O. Hargraies, V. Hargraves, Misses M. J. Hopkins, Olive and Eilelen Sheehan, Josio and E. StefTan, Dcfcis Hessian, Lily Eamblingi Lou Anderson, Eintly Coleman, Doreen Whalley, Messrs. O. Atkinson, Jaa. Whalley, O. Hargtavas, M. and J. Sheehan, D.- arid, F. Jowett, D. For syth, AS. Baxbling and O. Anderaou. Work has been started on the new bridge over, the Coomera Rivert tha contractor being Mr. P. M. Horrfbrook, PERSONAL AND GENERAL Cr. J. SIvinto, who has been on a visit to his son-in-law and daughter, Mir. and Mrs. Geo. Nairn, Toowcomba, returned home during the week. Mrs. M. and ...

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On the Green [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

On the Green The Ideal weather and the splendid condition of the green drew a large attendance to the Southport bowling green on Saturday afternoon. The play Included three competition matches for the Gilbert trophy. Scores: — GILBERT CUP. R. C. Carey (5 on) defeated J. A. Kretsehmar (7 on), 33 to 25. W. A. Napper (scr.) defeated A. Ward (scr.), 31 to 1G. W. A. Woods (8 on) defeated G. Wickham (7 on). 31 to 30. PRACTICE GAMES. Hawks, Shllllto, Cavlll, Adklns .. 24 Hamlyn. Pohlman, Maltman, Monkhousc ? 21 Morley (Gracevllle), Mason, Bert wlstlc. Lather ? 28 Cochrane, Beilbv, Johnston. Akcs 20 F. Andrews. H. Napper, Biggs, A. B. Andrews . . . . ? . . . . 28 Nixon, I'lirvin. Thams, Ilihbard . 28 Annand. Shepherd, Ledbury . . 23 Dodd. P. A. Clark (Hamilton), N. II. Clark ? 19 The green will be closed for two weeks for. dusting.

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Anzac Day Address LEAGUE PRESIDENT'S ELOQUENT APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

Anzac Day Address LEAGUE PRESIDENT'S ELOQUEN T APPEAL. Of outstanding interest end appeal Is (he address deliverer b- Mr. H. Wilscn, Prtsioent of tie Southport branch of the Return ed Soldiers' Assoc! tt ion Durirg tho course of Ms a'd less Mr. Wilson said: Onde again it is my privilege to stand, before this monument, as tha acd.ciciited representative of the Re turned Sailors and Soldiers of South, port, and to tl*ws responsible for this hich honour be in? accorded, nre, jI tender my sincere thinks, for, no ' matter, what anyone else may s y cr think, to mo It is indeed an honour to be allowed to represent in time of peace these men who, in the cark days of war, proved bey on 1, question theln loyalty to tha British TVrone and institutions. On behilr of my organi«at!oi, I have to thank his Worship the MayJi. the aldermen and office staff of th® Southport Oouncil, for their g:nerous assistance towards the celebration of Anzac Day this year. After the eioquqnt and Inspiiirg addresses...

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

ELECTORS OF ALBERT ? (ADVERTISEMENT.) Don't be drawn away by side issues THERE IS ONLY ONE QUESTX'N TO DECIDE WHICH PARTY DO YOU WANT TO GOVERN YOU— COUNTRY-NATIONALIST OR UBQR ? KNOWING THE ISSUES BEFORE YOU, YOUR CHJICE MUST 'REST WITH IKR. T. F. PLUNKETT ? * ? (Endorsed Countrj--Nationalist.) [?] Being » man of broad views and varied ex peri- . ence, Mr. Plunkett's aim will be to represent all classes and work for the greater good of the com munity as -a whole. 'I ho interests of the Electorate — both Town and Country — will be safe in his keep ing. VOTE FOR THE MAN \VKO HAS PROVED HIS ABILITY IN IMPORTANT NATIONAL AFFAIRS, /ND JUSTIFIED THE CONFIDENCE O F THOSE WHOSE TRUST HE WON. tia til' rn/\ VATF Q Kdwnrd Lancaster II V W IV fUHiCi : |Yi PLUNKETT, Thomas, Flood If in doubt put your co'. i the bottom square. FINAL RALLY, Southj.qrt School of Arts. Friday,. May 10, 8 p.m. (Authorised by M. J, Sulllven, Southport.)

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Toast to Anzac—Southport Diggers Have a Night Out Joviality, Good-Fellowship, and Affectionate Remembrance [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

i oast to Anz&c— bouthport Diggers Have a Night Out Joviality, Good-Fellowship, and Affectionate Remembrance 'I'.n out for tha night ! When I'm booied tie this I-ibel on my buttonhole and send me home. Do not knock, but rlna the bell uii when the *ifw cones run life L.' Such wr.s the notification, with name ai^d idd.e «, printed on taj.*, placed on the table before each t;fncr at the Returned Soldiers* Anzdo Dinner on FrMay nl-hf. But there wa* scarcely nred for it, for nobody teemed to become lost, weary-worn, or overbu d ne ; (loaded), though everybody — and there were mariy — hai a jolly good time. The feast iteilf was the last and best thing in culinary art— ha. e that to Mrs. Grlce (hostess of the Cwnii Hotel, where the dinner was held). . So much for the dinners what o the din, «?— -or.rtirej subline, sometimes ridiculous — a mixture of tladness smf sorrow as t hough's of good times and bad times, of Icises aid gains, alternated. But above it oil rtse the effervescent ...

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IN THE REALM OF SPORT District Tennis [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

.jt IN THE REALM OF SPORT ^ I ? __________ ? ? _ ? ? District Tennis matches were pl.i-'i] at ' ^ Park itn tuirl i- . between A ur.ule team- r- pr» s- utm^r General Xlotor (Ilii-liam-, ami the Southport Club. The visitors won Imtli m itehes. It - tails : — Xtoinin- m.itcli: A. Norwood ana \\ . Wall XI. ; v. 11. .1. SiiIII\.iti in.l It. .1. Own. ''.-I. 2-6: v. II. V. Hope ainl K. I 'ear-on. ''-2. 6-5; II- J. John son ainl V. Clem v. -M. J. r-ul 11% .-n ami H. .1. Owtn, 5-6, v. It. V. Hope ami E. 1'earson. 6-1, 6-4. Totals: li'-mial Motrin-. 52 games; Southport, :ii. Afternoon tnateh: A. lliirwood ai»«I \V. Watts (G. M.) v. -M. J. Sullivan ami A. Hughes. r,-2. C-5; v. II. J. tiwi u and E. II. Stewart. 6-2, 6-3; J. John ston and C. Clem v. XI. J. Sullivan anil A. Ilue'ies. 5-6. 6-2; \. II. J. Owen ami E. II. SUvvart, 6-5, 5-6; \. It. V. Hope and E. Pear-oil, 5-0, 6-5; It. Lather and V. i:icm v. XI. J. Sulliwii anil A. Hughes, G-2, G-2; v. V. Hope anil E. Pearson, 5-6, G-2. Total-: Ci n...

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

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

Deaths Thomas Mulchay of Southport died at the Mater Hospital. Brisbane on Wed nesday and his body was taken to South port on Thursday, when burial tock plncein the Southport cemetry. Deceased is survived by a widow and three children During the week. Miss F. Oirdseye. formerly of Warwick, who was employed by Bi. Huxtable as a hcusekeeper passed away at a private hospital. Burial took place in the Southport cemetery. One of the oldest residents to the Coomera district. Mrs. Wilson, died dur ing the week. Deceased wrs 83 years. Messrs Johnston and Freeman conduc ted tbe funerals

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THE SPORTS HOUSE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

THE SPORTS HOUSE. Tennis players aro asked to insp c . the exceptional ranpe of tennw Pjc quets at Mr. Geo. Ellis's Sports Dopot, rear th? ra'lway stalirn Everyth'mt In tho sporting line you would like is there. Re-=tr!n?ing and tingle strings are done on the promises, and all woi-k is goarjntCEd

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TENNIS STARS ON SUNDAY [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

TENNIS STARS ON SUNDAY Throuph the agency of the South port Clul\ the public of the distric'. will hnve ihe unique opportunity of soeirvt; Australia's tennis stars in ac tion. Mcs-rs. Crawford, Hopman, Moon, and Dunlop ai-- to play on the Queen's Park courts, -om renclnj nt 2.30 p-m.

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News in Brief TENNIS CLUB COMPETITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

News in Brief TENNIS OULB* COMPETITIONS. Tho Southport Tennis Club has de cided to introduce monthly competi tions A Cfmm-mcOmont will bs ira^e with handicap ringles on May 11 and 12 (men and women) for trophies presented by Kr. T. C. Andrews.

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How To Keep Fit AN EMINENT DOCTOR'S ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

. How To Keep Fit AN KMINENT DOCTOH'S ADVICE. He determined to maintain your own lui.ltli at lh»» nia\im»!ia of fttnos. Keep Saturday afternoon for athle tics .mil couutr- walkx. Avoid --?!.» teli meal» and tlie doctor's had Ik.I.iI of holtlnc his food. A Wcaretfe after lunch and dinner lii' 11^ i»l.:-e, hut d«.»ti't smoke wliilu jou arc working. Take the minimum of alcohol and only with food, and. h«-t of all, try (Np'TinimN on \oursclf of doing without it. Km- a ffif «'\cry day for fsenetal readlntf. Oood mu-le and goo.l drawn have thi'ir occasional rightful pl.ice. Cull i\ ate cood friendships. Tfticher: 4-Tty tWs sentence: T\ik«» th? cow r.ut of the field.' wjtat mood?' jr Bright Pupil: 'The cow?\s *

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