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For the Man on the Land CHINESE AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

1 For the Man on the Land 1 CHINESE AGRICULTURE. While Noali was building tbe Ark tho farmers of faraway China were learning to till tlic soil, and so well was the lcssoii learned that that same t-oil has supported the densest human population in tho world for moie than -1000 years. Other civil isations have flourished and disap peared; the fertile fields that Blip ported them are now barren wastes, in Chiua alone has man learned tho seciet of keeping the soil continu ously productive through the ages. China was highly civilised 2000 years before Christ; we owe' many of our inventions and Ideas to those early people of Cathay. Hut that was before the density of population made the struggle for existence bo bitter, and left the nation no time for the further development of Its civil * isatlon. Nowhere Is the fact more clearly demonstrated than in China that a plentiful food supply Is essen tial to the progress of a nation. A farmer who supports a large family on two or three acres, b...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
OBSCURE MAGNETO FAULT. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

OBSCURE MAGNETO FAULT. In cases of irregular firing, where the car has high-tension magneto ig nition and where it has not been pos sible to trace the defect to the more common causes of trouble, an exam ination of the make-and-break cam ring should be made, and the open ing at the contract points should be icsieu. causing eacn cam in turn to open the points. Should the gap In both cases not be Identical the In dication is that the cam ring is run ning out of truth. A competent garage man should be asked to effect the necesary adjustment

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AN EXTRA AIR TIP. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

AN EXTRA AIR TIP. The time Is opportune to remind motorists of the benefits and possible .defects of an extra air attachment. The extra air inlet Is a valuable aid when descending hills. Even where an 'economlser' of the extra air type Is fitted, provision should be made for the admission ot a plentiful supply of clean air to the engine when coasting down a prolonged descent. The ordinary tap or the large valve on the induction pipe, controlled from the dash by a Bow den wire, are both satisfactory and will help 'he motorist.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE UNDER-HEATED ENGINE. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

THE UNDER-HEATED ENGINE. It is a fairly common thing to see some high-grade cars which seldom attain a gt-od normal running temrer ature. Generally, however, the re medy is simple, as In these cases It is quite orthodox practice to disconnect the fan In cool weather. Another dodge is to bolt a neat patch of alum inium on to the radiator so as to screen on a portion or me cooling surface. More scientific, and, need less to say, more expensive, is the affixing of a thermostatic control. These devices regulate the flow ot water between the engine and the radiator, and maintain a constantly efficient temperature. Whether one's car overheats or underheats, or runs at normal temperature, a motometer or radiator thermometer Is always a desirable adjunct.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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INDIVIDUAL EXPERIMENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

INDIVIDUAL EXPERIMENTATION. Results which one proves for one- . self are of far more value than any thing learned secondhand. I am rather Interested In manorial experiments, and have found out certain things that are valuable to me, says a writer In the Farmer and Stockbreeder. They might not be as valuable to anyone else, for one of the excite ments of farming, is the fact that no two sets of conditions are ever Identically the same. By experiments, carefully carried out. checked and '-often repeated, I have found that cer tain fertilisers will not give me the results that are claimed for them. This year I propose to run a series of experiments with flsh manure, and from prelimlnlnary trials on a small scale, 1 believe I shall get some In teresting results . If I find that fish manure is «is valuable a fertiliser as fish meal Is a factor in the feeding intfon, I shill have discovered some* thlnf? woitluvhlle. I believe I shall. hive -tlg:it« ik at th» IllinoU Experi ment Station. T...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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MINERALS IN PASTURES. Growth of Herbage. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

MINERALS IN PASTURES. Growth of Herbage. Success in topdre.s»ing pastures was once ganged by the extra growth of herbage, but ixperience noon »ho\\rd that mere growth In Itself was not suf ficient. l^itor on the change* In the nature .of the pasture constituents, ' grasses and - lovers, were nssooi itod with herbage inerea.se, and the abund ance of cloxeis was . welcomed. To day, something more than mere abund ance Is sought — for not only l* Increas ed growth and a correct proportion of grasses and clovers necessary, but a further factor has been discovered «is vital — a \vell-l-alanced mineral content In the pasture itself. It has been shown how high pro duction of milk or wool combined with the exploitation of maternity is proving too exhaustive to the animal system, that normal meabolNm Is seri ously affected, and this condition is ex hibited by resultant deficiency diseases. Research now demonstrates that Iron deficiency Is established as the primary cause of 'bush sickness'* w...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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B[?]nd Recital MUSIC APPRECIATED [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

Brnd Recital J1USIO APl'ilF.CIATElV Under the biton of I.'r. E. J. Dow lirj;. and with tile mthus'r.stic '.up port of members, the Sotuhpcrt Mociol Band gives promise of cimirff bock into Us plofy of former yeirs. Proof of its acitvitiss was furnish ed [by the recital 'fj-iven in thr- Tier I'oyiuon on sundry nignt, when wen i olected. items delighted a small but appreciative jAdienee. During the course of the p~-'*- I^Jarrme, Mr. S. W. Mi - on thrnked tvo .fatrons - for their support ur.d Mr. ' Qwynne for Ma generosity In allow Irij/fhe use of the hall free of chais;. / - ? .

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Nerang Valuations RETURNED FOR REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

Nerang Valuations RETURNED FOR REVIEW. Owing to the refusal of Mr. A. L. Lane, Nerang Shire Clerk, to carry out the xaluutlons in No. 3 Division he cause of tht* action that followed last -«'ar, the Council was obliged to en v an outside valuator in Mr. J. Kincaid. .iihiging ny remarks passed at the Council meeting on Saturday, these do net r«pp-'ar |,- entirely meet with ap proval of councillors, and a motion x\as carried that the valuations be refeired back to tin* xaluator for ??completion.'* or review. The first note uf discontent was struck by Cr. Thompson, who express ed the opinion that some alterations should be rnade In ttie valuations.' There were still lrre-rularitic-., some Of which xx»»re too bait to let pass. Some x.tluations wore obxlou*lv too hiyh, other* too loxv. Cr?». Dolan and Waters took a simi lar xicxv, and it was mi their motion tint the report xvas referred back.

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Myers' Ferry Water SOUTHPORT MUST PROVIDE ITS OWN. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

Myers' Ferry Water SOUTHPORT MUST PROVIDE ITS OWN. The Nerang Shire Council had be fore Its meeting on Saturday a request* from the Southport Council that the two bodies should Join in providing an adequate supply of water for the pub lic at Myers* Ferry. The Nerang Council decided to reply that as It had proxidul a water sup ply on that side t,f the boundarv. it was up to the Southport Council' to provide a supply for its area. Both supplies were considered necessary, ? But, according to the residents of Myers* Ferry*, the supply provided by the Nerang pump Is altogether Inade quate, and a much more permanet flow is needed: While Nerang has cer tainly done something. If Southport does not provide a better supply than its neighbour, there is a poor look

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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A BED-TIME STORY. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

^ \ A MD-TIME STORY* 'Oh, Vitxrh, «:r ('.il luttoh an thr of p ijwt?' 'A 'o, I'lmn, / fittfl a button, so / ♦vf.v 1 t-p t. h'Jt*' (Published by rrrar.gexent with tha 'Sydnjy BulJet'n.')

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Speedway on Beach MOTOR CYCLES THIS TIME. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

Speedway on Beach .MOTOR CYCLES THIS TIME. Tin- solid hands on the Southport loach are said to proxide the finest speedway in Australia, and events of tills nature for both car and c-cles will beconp* more frequent. Next Sunday and Monday Labour Dav). the Brisbane Motor Cxrle Club will bold Sii»ed rxents on the *tretch of b'.aeh Ji.-txx eeii Surfers' Par.ul^e IlotM and Buihdtfh. When p- rmission to hold tliese « .? . v j s.niirhl I mm the Nerang Shire Council on Saturday, the Coun cil s.iid if hid no obji *!i':i to offer -o Ion c' us t!ie bithinc ar» ^ \\ue not »'i»Moaehed up«*»r» This wi» a wise and clear-sighted proxlslnn. While sp**i ]ir»qeilv controlled, should not be hindered, the interests of surfers must be paramount. This is pirtteulaily pleasjn? action in \i«\\ of the fact that either without autheiily or with authoiity th.it should not hue been given, ear speeding was permitted across the surfing area on Southport beach some months ago. It is also noteworthy that Councils ...

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Nerang Shire Council MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

Nerang Shire Council MONTHLY MEETING. With the exception of Cr. Wintle, whose horse, it was statad, had met with an accident at a creek crcsang while ho was on his way to the meet ing, the\re was a full attendance of councillors at the monthly meeting of the Nerang Shine (Xmncll held at Mudgeeraba on Satuflday. i'.'csident G W. Rudd occupied the chair, and an apology was read from the Engineer, Mr. T. E. Peters cw'ng to iilre-ss. He was granted a month's leave of absence. Brisl-ane Gas Coy* offerdd to supply cUst'lled trln for ronid-ira\ing at 5d. ^fer gal— '.Received. Advicq was ilec-eived from the R.ral Fires Board that Mr. S. S. Post; was being asked to accept appointment to tho committee of Mudgeeiaba division as recommended by tho Council. John Platell, Chas. Bruha A. it I'l idcle/ and Jacob llatell, Worongary, offere.1 to co-operate in providing r ai to connect ? Clear Island and Little 'ialleLudgora Moads should same b' approved. — Held in abeyance till wea ther improves. G. ...

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Hints for Householders [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

Hints for Householders Root vegetables should be boiled gently with.Just enough water to cover them, and with the lid on. ? ? ?» Green vegetables should be boiled in a large saucepan with plenty of boiling water, without the lid. They must never be covered while cooking. ? ? * When making a roly-poly pudding a good Idea is to sprinkle a few bread crumbs on the paste before putting on the Jam or syrup. This prevents the . running out of jam In the boiling. ? ? - ? Green vegetables should be cooked as soon as possible aff-r they are gathered. If ~ they are not quite freshly gathered, steep them In cold water some time before cooking. » ? ? To boil milk without burning, put two tablcspoonfuls of water in the saucepan first, and let It boil for a . few minutes. . Pour the milk in and It will not burn, however llerce the gas or tire may be. ? ? * Greens,- cabbages, and cauliflowers should 'be very thoroughly washed in several waters, and left for halfan bour in strong salt water, with th...

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

(ADVERTISEMENT.) Albert Electors I FOR PROGRESS & PROSPERITY Vote Thus: QD MORAN, E. L., □ Plunkett, T. Authorised bv T. Thieme, City Road, ' ' Beenleigh 'l : . s;ider, ])eid~lacletiLeai}es , s2l-\ pltic2^Aic%lhnEarlyjMorrviricr i Szz7ishi?v--; eftheEaust ? / yi. --r? ' SOit comes to you, its ex- I , Vil [ cellenceofflavour.ndaroma M ' I i 1 T! having origin in the tiny ?£ If wJs 1 1 leaves that are specially ? 1 -i P,uckedfOrKINGTEAoaIy | ^ (if The secret of tbe cheering cup Is I — ;?C~~W discovered firstly la these llojr, [ ? --rrtTW?N?~~ — JrS— In iulcy leaves, then In the secret cro- If VL—A ««» of drying »nd naturlng and la h ^ jji ,lle careful manner of Its packing. | li I KINO TEA ba your standard | ! /fev \ 8 b.*.rifa — asltls inthuosands ?' ?-»»?». Let It* tup.rb f C quality b. appr.clat.d at your [ im'' Ubl* *nd handed to

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

TAMBOURINE MOUNTAIN 'DARENA' Modem, s.c. Flut, e light, tennis court, handy golf links, mod. rent. MISS BLAND. 'Phone 46. Ready occupation Feb. 15th. C. A. BELL, RACECOURSE, road, SOUTHPORT. BUILDER & CONTRACTOR. SHOP AND OFFICE FITTER. SHOW CASE SPECIALIST. Alteration and Repairs. ESTIMATES GIVEN. Agent for SEA INSURANCE CO. 'PHONE 352. R. McKENZIE BUILDER & CONTRACTOR, Estimates given for all Classes of work. REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. Local Agent for: — The Prudential Assurance Co.. of England; C.C.M. and Allsa Craig Marine Engines ; Johnston Out board Motors. Address : — Brighton Parade, Southport. 'PHONE, 274. f' Music | for I your Gramo j phone WE HAVE JUST GOT IN A Wide Range of the LATEST RECORDS of World's Best Artists. Call and make your choice M. & D. SYMONS Soutbport's Leading News Ageacy and Book Shop NEKANG STREET, — PHONE 464 To make it Really Beautiful, Shingling must ' Sad&tel *BE D°NE BY ?^Hjcl|| No one nowadays denies the healthfuiness an...

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Were Exposives Left CHILD'S FIND IN QUARRY. BURLEIGH HEADS REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

Were Exposives Left ^-^nllLD'S FIND IN QUARRY. BURLEIGH HEADS REPORT. The 'Nerang Shire Council had he fore It on Saturday the icpott that an unexploded chargc had been left la a quarry at Burleigh Heads after some contractors had finished their job. The * report further stated that the charge was picked up by a couple of children In the quarry. Writing to the Council on the mat ter, Mev*rs. Fox and Duncan, the con tractors denied that any unex ploded charge had been left. The president said a lix*e charge was brought to the school by two children, who said they picked it up In the quarry. Cr. Rosin said young Duncan ad mitted they found an unexploded charge. Mention was made of both a loose charge and another that remained un expleded in the wall of the quarvr, but there did not appear to he any exidence of a definite nature. It was decided that .the matter should he Investigated, and its seri ousness demands that this should be of an exhaustlxe nature.

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Easter Dancing COMPACT SAID TO BE BROKEN. COMPLAINT FROM BURLEIGH. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

Easter Dancing COMPA' 1 SAID TO UK BROKEN. COMPLAINT FROM BURLEIGH. Tin* arrangement lh.it the dancing li :i 1 1 .-t Uurl-ich H-nds should not he o|»- !»«??! until ll'.r* on Easter Saturday neening. .mil .'tain .it Hi' same hour on Monday, xx »s »!-?? Tir-'»l .it » meet ing of th' .Wring1 -hir«- ooined on Saturday to liaxe broken. And oounej'Iers agreed that no more pcr fiiit- I Mi gixen. Toe complaint was that wlnh' dtne ,iu- did not actually si.u I until 12. a i in . C. Is. ill xx.»s 1 1 jh n*'1 ( before mid Iiii'u' .Iii'l soinr |.'M|iI« were waiting xxilhin the J'tnM'iu' i--r th«* ze-dfu! hour. Mf. K» i;rvl«»y. nlvi. was said to haw iron*' around the toxxnship gatiier i ntr iij. j i x eilei ?* r* i th** ..ftrr-innlnitfht h°P- _ Cr. Mlaek, who is a resident of Bur leigh. -iid IV're \\er-» rompldnN rat Hi' ihinir was 'oxer th* fenc-\' I'mij.Ic in ' In* netahbo'irhood were dis turbed frorn their netful slumbers, while nnnv objected on eonseh ntious LTMiimK Th-' chairman concurred in...

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

A. LEDBURY, BUILDER ft CONTRACTOR, Flans prepared and Estimates Given far All Classes of Wonk REPAIRS A SPECIALTY LENNEBERG-ST., SOUTHPORT. 'PHONE 202. — : Whittle Bros. (Late A.I.F.) THE RELIABLE GROCERS Ksplanade Store, Southport A FEW SPECIALS Just landed ENGLISH CUPS and SAUCERS, in two shapes Minton and Parts. Bieakfnst 1/6 each, 17/6 do z. Teas 1/5 each 16/6 ^z. PRIMUS STOVES 13/6 each. Our Grocery prices aro right and our Service Is OiK. Two Stores at your service Esplanade and North St TIiom 223. li The House ? & I Musical Supplies | I Sheet^ Music 1 ? I if S'ieet mns'c *n.^e Common- . fj 1 f tbe Day can be Obtained at 1 i , I the shortest notice. 1 U Write for list of New Music that has just come to hand pj !TTERE is a light-weight Portable fcilv 1 I Instrument of British manufacture I | with a wonderfully rich tone and i . and pleasing volume. For thehome f or week-end motor trips the if 'Lark' is just what y on need. It's jg j® the best value yet offered. . £ a jj...

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

C. G. BELFORD SMALL GOODSMAN SCARBOROUGH ST, SOUTHPORT ?PHONE 463. FIREWOOD Supplied in any quantity. Cat to any length. W. CHHtN. 'Phone £4. Frank-street. Pier PAVILION THIS SATURDAY LAURA LA PLANTE In ( The Last Warning Hfplery J Thrills I Shi vera J Tho greatest mystery picture of . tho yea*. — And — LEW CODY, with AILEEN PRINGLE, [n Wickedness Preferred A Comeidy Romance of cavrarrft.. love. Girls, see this picture and learn how to oomtit-l a waywafld hus band NEXT TUESDAY DANCING 8 pm ? II jlm. Popular Prfeas Double Tidket .. .. 2/3 Single Ticket .... 1/6 0&(s—t I McCORMACK* S I p RELIABLE COUGH 8 | MIXTURE :i Price 116 and 2/6 jj | W. E. Martin |l jj Ph C . Dtipentinf Chcmitf :: 1: lOpp. P.O) SOUTHPORT il ?? Phone 96 8e« 22 ii Afcnt lor Golden Citkei You can't Judge a Sausage by its Shiny Overcoat— Neithei can you Judge our Bread until you've tried it Our Buns have a Special Flavour You can order them from our Carter ?PMtNE 255. J. E. MARRABLE, BAKER AND PASTRYCOOK SCA...

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A REMEDY. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

A REMEDY. When I work I am Inclined to frown, so I am trying hard now to concentrate on working with a cer tain calmness of expression, as the expression of worry is injurious, writes a reader. I have come across the recelpe for worry wrinkles which is said to have been used by Ninon de L'Enclos. It Is the essence of simplicity, demand ing that the face be washed on ris ing in the morning, and retiring at night with a mixture of one scruple, sixteen grains of sulphate ot alumine and halt a pint ot water.

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