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Accident at Intersections RIGHT-OF-WAY RULE. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

Accident at intersections RIGHT-OF-WAY' RULE. One of the '.oi-t im»o^tant tiaffo rules is that wh'ch lays -lcwn th? procedure of vehicles rrooting: at ir ter-ectton.s ard there is little doubt., says the Jt.A,C.Q. B'i-b.'r.e, thit i^ it wenc un;vc**sally known and acted up-m by notoii-ts fevo* collisions at interrections would icsult. Iho regulation referred to ^tates: 'When two \ehfcles, veV'Cipidss, or a vdicle and v.v,o*'p:oef nre a. - nwchin^ rach oth?r at an inter ec tion. so that if l»oth ccntlnu d th? vehicles, \el«^iiodes, cr vehicle and vcioci]-e.'e, would bo likelv to anlve at the sjme point to:ether and col lid^ the driver of the vehicle or th? rider of the velocipede which has *1 a ethci.' %fhicle or vclocpede on his rii'ht-h^nd S'id.? yhall slow un an^ allow fr-uch other- veh'c'o or vel.c,pode to t.'ss in front of his .\®hfcle or \tl«x.iiv«.d?.M More conc?«elv this way be q.o'ed in tho form5 of'th? sl^gm: 4{The 'tan on th? rght his the il^ht-of-way.' Some tirrr ago just...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
"HOW'S THAT UMPIRE?" [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

'HOW'S THAT. UMPIRE;' A village cricket match was de layed for some time owing to the f b- sence of an umpire, lias home skip per, recognising an acquaintance among the crowd, asked the iran to officiate: Ho was willing to do ma. 'Aw, reet,' said the skipp:r. 'WeVo fieldin' first. Whenever you hear anybody say 'Huzzat?' you say, ?Out.' Later on. when we go in to bat. 111 tell tbee a bit mora.' Wife (as they return from pa.-.ty): ''Leonard do you realise what you did?' Husband: 'No, but I admit it was wrong. What was it?' ? ? ? ? Keen Shopper (to annoyed green grocer): 'It's quite all right. I wes only squeezing those bananas to tee if they were nice enough to buy.' Greengrocer: 'And what «o you do when you want to buy a cccoanut? Bring yer coke 'arnmer, I s'pose!'

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Better for Surfing BIG TIDES ALTER WATERFRONT [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

Better for Surfing BIG TIDES ALTER WATERFRONT Big tides were experienced along the coast on Sunday and Sunday night and the beach at Southport has un dergone a noticeable change, one that Is calculated to improve surfing con ditions. At the main beach the veas swept to within ten vards of the Southport Surf Club's shed, ani washed oven the low-lyiit; sr-md banks. The water reached the brush fence by the roadside at Naripwneclc. tak ing a large amount of sand and caus ing an abrupt drop. The brushes from the first fence were entirely swept away! The sandbills at the Meyers Ferry beach have undergone a change In contour as the tresult of the tide, At Coolangatta the tWje reached a potnt nearly 50 yards higher than the ordinary tidal limit and swept under the Kirra Surf Club building. The bush «h?ltew elected by the council nsar the pavilion was swept away, and piled cn the beach some distanec to the nortH From two to three feet of sand was removed from the whole of the loach fronting ...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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MONDAY, MAY 6th. "The Fortune Hunter." [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

MONDAY, MAY 6th. «Tlie Fortius Haster.' The lightfoot romance of pluck, lucfk and love — of a man who came to get and stayed to jiive! An up roarious coroady of little town lasses and a U)T town lad! 'The Fortune Hunted' — gained two fortunes — gavw up one! 'Lost in th 'Arctic.'' A record in celluloid of the expedi tion sent oat to ascertain the fate of eight men who were separated from the Stefaison expedition of 1913, and th'; thrilling events wh'ch occurred on the journey; n picture that is an education.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Regnant Theatre SATURDAY. MAY 4th. "The Matinee Idol." [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

Regnant Theatre SATURDAY, MAY 4th. «TIk Matinee UoL' - Touches of rathos and rval heart throbs are introduced between up roarious farcical situations in tb s colorful ccmedy of the theatre. Here's a breath of the days when ten iwentv-and-thtrtv melodramas tou'ed the county under canvas. Your heart will ache for the little 'ham' actress who Rets the wrong 'dope' on a blackface comedian and n*a-ly wrecks her whole outfit before she * finds bappinesA «Tbe Haanted Hwk.' A treat foij your eye! A wriflgle for youi1 spine! A shodk for jour funny bones ! You'll lose your breath nrhen you catcto a gliMps© ofi the weirdest characters ever assembled in any honnted boose. Limping foot steps — a girl sh-Wci^g in the dnric nss, a are-. wHning off thors. Creejy, eerie, weifli

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Football Flashes [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

Football Flashes (By UNO.MI.) From a spectator's point of view Saturday's matcli was. a washout, and one not' calculated to encourage largo attendances at future exhibitions of the winter game. , Taking Into consideration that sc\ eral vital clians-'es had been made in lire ~--ulli|»-rt train, and the Xerang combination was playing IN first game this season, it can be reasonamv ex pected that die standard will improve. Southport lud tlie better of matters in the open, but in the rucks and scrums, were about even. Butti teams were tackling solidly, but there was an entire absence of bad fecllne. which Is as It should be. Xlaiiv of the players In the Nerang team arc not lung out of the school- # buy stage, but they displayed plenty of promise and were always willing. With more praelice and some coach ing, lbev will provide formidable op position 'to any team in the competi tion. , On Saturdav some of them seemed to lose sight 'of the fact they had a hack division. Not that the latter ...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 8th. "The Farmer's Daughter." [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

WEDNESDAY, MAY 8tK. 'The Fanner's Diaghter,'' How a wise confidence man was taken into the home of 'The Farmer's Daughter?' — and taken f.ood anl plenty. He camo to trim tho poor boobs in the country and was trimmed for his roll Instead. Some thing new in beauty contests at the 'ole swfcrsnin' ho'e' with noth'irj barred foom the latest bathing suit from Paris to the one granc'matler blushed in as a glrL 'Ciptii* Lash.' A fast moving virile drama of a 'rough diamond' thrown among a lard of 'polishd crooks.' He was a terror among men. but a ilo.n Iamb am; ng the ladies.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 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 i-est quality English Gut ... ... ... ... 85 /? New Moon Top Flite ... ... ... . 80/- Doberty Slazenger ... ... .. .. 75/- The Alexander Flyer ... ... ... ... 65/- Spalding Top Dog, complete with med. quality English Gut 45/- Spalding Sunshine ... ... ... ... 35/* Telopea ... ... -. ... ... 32 '6 Spalding Greenwood ... ... ... ... 24/- Any of tbe above frames, also 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 126 to 35'* SINGLE STRINGS W. EACH ALL WORK GUARANTEKD Fresh supplies of 1929 Spalding Latexeam Tennis Balls always on hand at 19/6 per dozen. GEO* ELLIS, Proprietor NEAR RAILWAY STATION SOUTHPORT THOME 111. THE ORIGINAL Cash and Carry Store H. V. FOSTER SCARBOF?OUGH-STREET Our Prices: SALMON, %Ib...

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1928-29 Surf Season MOWBRAY PARK CHAMPIONS BRANCH GOES INTO RECESS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

1928-29 Surf Season MOWBRAT PARK CHAMPIONS. BRANCH GOES INTO RECESSl Signs of the nprpoaching end of the competitive surf season were evt klent at a meeting of tHe Point Dan branch of the Surf Life Saving Association held at the Surfers' Paradl?e Hotel on Sunday, when It was doodled to go into recess until October. President Wallace Nlcoll was in the chair, and 12 delegates represent ing the various clubs in the branch were present. It was decided to defer the final of tha surf relay championship of tho branch to next season, end to declare the Mowbray Park Club the winners of the championship aggregate for 1929. The central executive forwarded a cheque for £25 as a grant to the championship team's expenses. Tho branch delegates to head cen tre were instructed to move at the next meeting In Sydney fot the pro vision in the new handbook of the Association of Australian champion shops in lieu of State championships. It was decided also to move for the establishment of an annual confer...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Public Opinion Kingston Factory REPLY FROM MR. KIBBLE. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

Public Opinion 1 Kingston Factory REPLY FROM°MR- KIBBLE. M4 A. W. Kibble, Chairman of Directors, Southern Queensland. Dairy Coy. Kingston, writes: — In reply to letter of Mr. Moffat's in jour issue of tho 19th April, I would like to point out to Mr. Moirat lhat his iwna/Ks are net corrtct. Tha £11.370 is not a refund as it cml-ra-Q- thp» hountv for tho year 1928. Such money was usod in paying tha sup pliers each m:nth. *lho Australian Stabilisation Committee, finding th?y were likely to have a surplus, increas ed the bounty fipm 3d. to 4d. the test three nv.nths of the year. That is tha : eason there is no refund from the Paterson Scheme for the year' 1928, and =11 suppliers whether shart holder or otherwise have received all th?y aie entitled tot The best advice 1 can give Mr. M°f'- fat is to take the balance sheet, which I have nested to Mm, to an acoount snt and Vet it explained to Knt The matter of dividends does not ent«B the question at oil, as the £11,370 has already been pai...

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

W. R. ADKINS BUILDER & CONTRACTOR Flans and Estimations given in Brancbts of tha trade. Shop Fronts and Fittings a Speciality Repairs Promptly and Neatly Executed HICKS ST.. SOUTHPORT PHONE IG5 Tweed Work- Shirts LOOK ! I . ] If you think we are trying to do a good thing by keeping down the } i 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 — tl prompt cash with order Orders called tor and delivered as usual J. Purvis & Sons, THe Big Corner Block 'Where Business Hums1' - Southport

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Hotel Licences RENEWALS GRANTED. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

Hotel Licences RENEWALS 'GRANTED. Renexvals of the following hotel licences xxere granted by Mr. J. J. Leahy, Acting P.M., at tho Southport Licensing Court: — Anglers* Arms, Railway, Queen's, Grand, Hotel Cecil, Southport, Pacific (Southport). Klrrabelle, Queensland, Hotel Coolangatta (Coolangatta). Hotel Burleigh, Miami (Burleigh Heads), Mudgeeraba Hotel, Hallway (Oxen ford), Fetry (Coomera), Upper Coomera Hotels Advancetown Hotel, Surfers' Paradise (Meyer's Ferry), West liurleish Hole!. Commercial (Nenngj. Ilol-I r^t. Bernard, Eagle Heiirhts (Tamborine), Palm Beach !'ot'I. Til-* folliiwiU'* .ipplfe.dions for mi :i xx. lis xxrie adjoiuiii'd to Max 2^?^ ii mf ib*»;i CuiTiimbhi Hotel, ^??a-'il'- . Tutron . Iloiel Grande 'Cool .'ins.ilf'ih Queen's (Nerang).

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Kissing Kitty ALDERMANIC BOWLERS OUT. DAY IN THE CITY. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

Kissing Kitty ALDERMANIC BOWLERS OUT. DAY IN THE CITY. Thero is the flowing bowl and ths lolling bnwl. Both were in favolt with aldermen of the SoutKport Council yesterday, when they engnged with j»?'i b' rs of tho Brisbane City Council in a roll on tho glossy pcen l.y way of a return courtesy for a previous visit paid to the beusius tow n. Ay the Southfort Council could not rope in a full complement of p'.nyei^ from ito ranks it induced two of tho uninitiated aldermen to taste of tl.o -'olifihts and imbibe tho spirit of tho ?incicnt ? e. In addition, two -r three otivrs fo i trd wi'h th Couiicil't activities were r.'.uis * ioned. Dnc n'.ileiiran was so bashful in company tVat he decided to h ve a j' me of loichos with the enga,?in^ Kitty in a quiet corner of his own. !»ugli i' w's his first tirre in p.blic there wns i'ath;n^ fhy plwiat h bat, so cbivalir.us is lie b; nature that he treated the im.' sh maiden with the utmost tend.rn'ss, bji.ij content tv lie about her ani basic in t...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Laws Differ TRADING AT THE BORDER. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

Laws Differ TRADING AT THE BORDER. For sonic time safe and refreshment loom j'i*o|-i jetoi's at Txxenl Heads haxe been seeking some modification of the laxxs, relating to trading hours in New South Wales, under which they assert,, tliex .ire un-iiii\ handicapped by com petilion, xxith similar businesses on the ijueensiand *ide of the border. On the Quun-land side it is possible to ob tain t*a .-nd relr-'siiin»'nts- at practic ally .m- houi 01 the day and night, but o » Hie N«*w South Wales side the eafet eii I b i looms are required lo close at 10 a.m., oil -umUjs, Cood i'rld i-, . id Chrisiin is |i ix , and at mid night on -\eik dais. At M ' Txm (I lleau \-li» ? ju.1 reo iillx, bef«uv Mr. W. 1'. Dritz, P.M., Cecil Cit pas - ' inOju'.cioj, ideaded guilty, 1. ? jig Kept his sliop open at4 » Easier ?'iirnlav. Carpas* xxas lim d 4'. \ .1 s 1 r - ts, in d« - fault, m .en da\s* 1 -»d labou'.

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On the Screen PICTURES OF SOUTHPORT. AMBITIOUS PUBLICITY SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

On the Screen PICTURES OF SOUTHPORT. AMBITIOUS PUBLICITY SCHEME. 'Sunny Scuthpat' on the s-il\or scieen! This enchcntinc scene will be privately screened at the Grand. Hotel to-n'ffht, when ie.TCs'ntati\es of local public b(«lics will be the puests of the Mayor. After tho film, uv.ich embrai-es most of the features wHch c-nti-- buti to Sotuhnort's fame, has 1 e n shown, tho E'ith?rin(r will be addres ed by Vr. It Ijcwis. a irm'nert iournallit ard orenniser of the rcc-nt Lism-re jubiiee celebratlors. Tin feelincr of th» roetine will be rse'' taiaed towarAs a ptjojiosal that Mr. Lewis should organise similar festivi ties In Southport to celcl iate tho ilienln« of the main South' Coast road. The advisability of assisting tVe Southnoit Chamber of ComtKrce in entertaining the visiting delegates at the annual conference of tbe Pec'ers ted Cha-rb-ns of Co-nmerce, In July, will also be discussed.

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Bargaining with Bank A QUESTION OF EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

Bargaining with Bank A QUESTION OF EXCHANGE. Recently employees of the Nerang Shire Council at Burleigh Heads com plained of having to pay fid. exchange on cheques for wages, and, as the impost xxas a new one. the council xvrote to the bank about it. The Commercial Bank, which was the bank in question, replied to the council offering to meet it half way. and make the charge 3d. Members of the council could not see why there should he any exchange whatever, and it was unanimously decided to ascer tain from a rival bank operating In the district on what terms it would do business. The extent of the council's dealings xxith the bank may be gauged by the fact that at the sune meeting approval xvas Kixen to .in oxeidraft of £10,000, carrying interest at the rate of fij per cent.

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

Banish tlie woes of the winter, There's nothing 'n winter to shun, Make yourself feel like a sprinter, Male It a season of fun. Banich your cold and complaining, Su;h ills there's no need to cnditre. There's aid for goo.* health regaining In Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. t

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Dead Fish Dumped FISHERMEN FINED [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

Dead Fish Dumped FISHERMEN FINED Tlic duT.i ing of dead hsh on tho oUl Ferry rond lending at Scuthvoit was responsible for the appearar.ca in Orurt rn Frii'ay of Walte.' M d lancl, Charles M^iland and IJob rt Miilrr. thargml with an offence under tho Health Act. M-. J. J. I.' ny, Acting I'M., wni was on the bench, imnosed a fine of 5/-. with tl/1/- p ofesslonal costs, and 3/G --o-ts of Court. The complaint was laid by Mr. E StOA-art, Council Health Inspector.

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Election Activity MR PLUNKETTS MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

Election Activity MR. PLUNKETI'S MEETINGS. Mr. A. E. Watts, organ'ser for Mr. T. F. Plunkett, Country Progressive- ' National candidate for Altert, ie- '? poijts a successful run of meetings during the week, and there is evi dence of strong support from all quarters, with the rr;daceps le:ause of hr3 intimate connection with tho producers* problcirs, and with busi ness men because ot his com; r.h n stve knowledge of public affairs. Meetings were hrld at Tan-borine. Tamborine Mountain, Beechmcn:, Canungia, Boyland arid other, places. The meeting at Boyland was some what unique, in that it was held at tho station, where a tiuck provided the platform and tiers of s'ejpjis provided seating accommodation f-T the audience. During next weolc an Intensive campaign will be carried out, and a list of meetings appear e'E. where la this 'paper. Of special interest w 11 be tho meeting at Beenleigh on Thursday, where Mr. Plunkett will bi supported bv Mr. R. M. King, MIiA ond at Southport on Frida...

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To Help Ambulance SPORTS ON MONDAY. BRIGHT AND VARIED PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

To Help Airibuihiice SPORTS ON MONDAY. BRIGHT AND VARIED PRO GRAMME. Scn-ething right out of the ordin ary is promised for tho Ambulance . spcrt& on Monday. Evsrjthinr cilcu lated to maintain the fnteiest of the spectators has been included, such as ath'ctic. cycle, motor cycle, and wool chop evo.its. A lancy aress i u:j i » ' u maicn n^a been rtrm^d by th? S'.uthpot Football Club and. this Is sure to provide a spico of con^edy. The Md'el Band will render a selected programme of music. On Monday evening a euchre tour nament will be o:r.ducted at tu.o Arribula-de Centre. The adm'-;sion will be a silver coin. Apart from the deserving cause of the Arrbu'ance, the n-'b'-ic can te assured of a good day's enjoyment.

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