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PRESBYTERIAN SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

PRESBYTERIAN SERVICES. Nerang— 11 a.m. Benowa — i n.m. Souhport Church Service — 7.30, pjan Southport — Sunday School 2.30 pjn Preacher— Rev R H C CROWE

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (Tallebudgera). [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (lalle budgera). Tallebudgera — 11 » m Lower Currumbin — 2.30 pjn. Mudgeeraba — 7.30 pjn. Rev. W. R. COWAN.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

— — — — - — — ? Moreton Garage DRINNAN & COY. ARE Agents for all General Motors Products LOOK FOR THE SIX IN THE PRICE RANGE OF THE nnio F0UR XI lo .. ? The 'PLYMOUTH' CHRYSLER'S NEW FOUR CYLINDER MODEL. IS NOW AVAILABLE. The stJiking improvements arc immediately noticeable. It aetst an entirely new stand., rd In cap design. A 'Four' that acts like a '?Six*' F*rice £265 WATCH FOR THE NEW MODELS. 65 AND 75 AVAILABLE SHOKl'LY. Local Dealers : The Southport Motor & Parking Co. Ltd. SCAR80R0U0H-STREET. NEAR STATION. 'PHONE 379. SOUTHPORT.

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SALVATION ARMY. Scarborough Street. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

SALVATION ARMY. Scarborough Street. Sunday, 11 ajn. and 7.30 pjn. Sunday School, 2 pjn. Adjutant Cole and Csptaln Stephen ion.

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NORTH STREET, GOSPEL HALL. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

NORTH STREET. GOSPEL HALL. Breaking of Bread — 11 a.m. ' Sunday School- 2.30 r-n-- Gospel Meeting— 7 pJO.

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TO DETERMINE GEAR RATIOS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

TO DETERMINE GEAR RATIOS. Gear ratios can be determined suf ficiently near to the actual flgures for practical purposes by noting how many turns of the engine are neces sary to produce one complete turn of the back wheels. The back wheels should be Jacked up, and a chalk mark made on one of the tyres, and a fix c*l object, such as a block of wood, placed on the floor with a mane upon it with which the mark on the tyre can register. An assistant will be ne cessary to observe the revolutions of the back wheel while the owner slow ly turns the engine- with the starting handle. The respective gears will, of course, have to be engaged In succes sion. If on top gear, the engine makes 4} turns to 1 turn of the back wheels, the top gear ration Is 4} to 1, and so on with the other gears. A knowledge of this simple process is often useful when the gears of an old car are ques tioned.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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CARBURETTES AND VACUUM. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

CARBURETTES AND VACUUM. The owner and service men are often prone to blame the engine lubricating oil when excessive oil dilution Is found to be present In a motor car engine. There are a considerable number of causes of excessive dilu tion which can be traced not to the oil, but to the mal-adjustment and mal functioning of the fuel supply system. Several operating conditions tend to cause excessive crankcase dilution— rich carburettor adjustment, excessive Idling of the engine, or the use of a motor spirit that is not highly vola tile. These for the most part, can be corrected by caro on the part of the driver. When these features are ade quately taken care of and excessive dilution still occurs It is advisable to check over the fuel supply system to determine whether or not there Is a leaky carburettor float or a ''sticky' vacuum tank mechanism. If the float is leaky or logged lt will tend to raise the level of the motor spirit In the float chamber, causing an excessively rich mix...

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FOR THE MOTORIST MAKING PAINT-WORK LAST. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

I FOR THE MOTORIST MAKING PAINT-WORK LAST. A climate such as Queensland's, where the paint and varnish of the car have to stand extreme heat, and where they are also worn down by the gritty dust of our dirt roads, makes the preservation of the paint work on even a new car a difficult matter. Theoretically it Is a had plan to use Dollsh. and the standard ad vice given In instruction books is to employ only a neutral soap, clean water, and a soft ?'shammy.** In practice, however, there Is no doubt that under local conditions a proper grade of polish Is advisable, inasmuch as it places a protecting film over the polished surface and prevents the continual scratching that goes on when hard, sandy dust Is picked up and blown against the car. It also prevents rain penetrat ing through the minute cracks which will come In even the best varnish. The disadvantage of a polish Is that it may either cause the paintwork to become ingrained with wax, a fact which will mean more work and ex* reuse...

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

=Tfi e Erskine Six Tourer at £315 (EX WAREHOUSE) BRISBANE Today's Greatest Value1 Tomorrow's Smartness Unequalled ftrformance Speed, Comfort. _ _ LOCAL DEALER : EARL MOTORS, WWiii A SMARTER SIX ^ Decided improvements in body design make Dodge Brothers Standard Six a much smarter car with wider and more comfortable seats and a far more luxurious interior with richer appointments. In performance, the Standard Six easily lives up to Dodge Brothers reputation for con structing cars of exceptional flexibility and pick-up, and riding ease under all road v conditions. Value and economy are stressed in this beautiful and powerful motor car. Dodge Brothers complete line cf passenger vehicles includes the Standard Six. the Victory Six and the Semor Six. ^ Earl Motors AUSTRAL MOTORS LIMITED BRISBANE and TOWNSVILLE '-i - Dodge Brothers STANDARD SIX J

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Pier Pavilion THIS SATURDAY Lain La Plante in "The Last Warning." [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

Pier Pavilion THIS SATURDAY Laura La Plante lrl 'Tha Li:t Warn'sj' A ip:ctur-- teemine with thiill* anld mystery which holds you spellbound to the last flicker. A tpine-shi-.e.Ing experience of staije folk who wasn't afratti to gp bask and repeat a fatal performance until the last warning was given, and th°m 1 See it and en joy the thrills and suspense. Lew Cody with Alleon Pnngfa In «WicHednt%t Preftrred.' The picture is a sjplcy burlesque of cave-man love — the actual rpplica tion of that torrid theory — and what happens in thte cave when 'dreams' have come true for two irunaway ro manticists shoulft not b-s missed by blonde or brun^te, male or he-male. The story revolves around the autlrts of highly coloured island stories — a man who depends on his wife likn a babe In all but rcimen-e — and Ms cave-man reputation causes a furc^ amoiyr the ladies second only to thi sensation create', by hte actual rr rival at a summer resort hotel, where a (particularly rommtlc j-ountr wi£: merci...

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NEXT TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

NEXT TUESDAY. The usual dance from 8 pm. to 11 | pjn. , Mother: 'You let that man kiss I you in the drawing-romm!' Daueht'.lr'; 'Well. Inn^ it. Mater, I you must be considerate; the hall is - so cold!' ,

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

Sports! Sports!! Eight Hour Day, Nay 6 SOUTHPORT SHOW GROUNDS IN AID OF AMBULANCE PROGRAMME Commencing at 12 Noon sharp ALSO CHILDREN'S EVENTS (Including Bicycle Races) Motor Cycle Race, four laps — 1st 30/; 2nd 15s Musical Motoi) Apples — 1st £1; 2nd 10/6 Motor Car Driving — 1st £1; 2nd 10s G Wood Chopping Competition for nov ices— 1st £2; 2nd £1; 3rd 105. Entry 3/6. Six entries or half prize money Entries close with the ie:retary 3rid May. Open Wood Sawing (.'(mpetitkn — .no Guineo 1st; trophy 2id Guinea 1st; trophy 2nd. FANOY DRESS FOOTBALL MATCH And otheij Attractions MODEL BAND IN ATTENDANCE Refreshments on the Grounds Please Note — BALL IN PIER PAVILION FRIDAY 3rd of fflAY REMEMBER DATE SPORTS CAR NIVAL 6th MAY Schedules and all particulars from — P. RABY : : : Hon. Secretary Ambulance Centre Beechmont Sports SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1929, In aid of the NEW SPORTS GROUND, To be held in F. Scott's Paddock. First event to stant nt 10.30 shaip. Admission to Ground, 2/; Children Free. Pr...

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

H. J. F. lougheed, (Late HOLDEN BROS.), HOUSE & COACH PAINTER. SIGNWRITERS, CAR ENAMELLERS 'Phbfla 225. Agents for RIPOLIN ENAMEL. SCARBOROUGH-ST., SOUTHPORT. St. Hilda's School SOUTHPORT. Church of England Grammar School for Girls. For prospectus and all particulars apply — WINIFRED L. F1TTOCK. BJL. .-rind pal. K. B. PRICE SOLICITOR, BARNES' CORNER, (Opposite Poat Office), SOUTHPORT. Visit* Nerang ervery Tuesday; Bui le%b erary Wednesday afternoon. 'PHONE 453. WHEN THERE IS CARRING TO BE DONE KINGSTON IS THE MAN TO DO IT. A. P. KINGSTON. 'Phone 3. — Stevtns-sireet. I've forgotten I ever had any nerves Your doctor will tell you how the act of chewing relaxes and soothes strained ? aerves, and how the healthful cleansing action of Wriglcy's refreshes and toaes jou up all round. aWRIGLEYS Oh! That Monday Morning Feeling! How to avoid it ? -i As a general rule everyon® feels less energetic on Monday than any other day of the week. This is very aptly termed ' Mondayitis.' In ste...

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Reading for Children THE DANCING SUNBEAM. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

Reading for Children THE DANCING SUNBEAM. ('My Magazine.') (Continued.) 'Plenty,' briskly replied the other. 'To bake and to brek, to spin and to sew, the letters, the numbers, and tho Lord's I'rayer in the Crlss Cross How. Anne would be a pleasure to Sister In nocentla.' 'Yes; nnd If thy lady would only incline nor Heart to a cat as well, said tho grandmother, 'seeing that It Is the only beast they allow 1»t! Cats are comely things to see, Rame somo In age even, their purr is full of Rood cheer. They do not heed whether their mistress bo old nnd _Rrey, but boar her good company beside the winter fire. If Sister Innocentla began with a kitten. My Tib hath four noble kit tens. The convent would be a Rood home for one ot them.' Eagerly Roseclear Inspected the rush basket, where Tib lay curled up with her family. 'Grandmother, may I take tho white kitten?' she asked, picking lt up in her arms. 'Ills eyes 'aro as blue as my lady's.' All excitement, Roseclear returned to Kalnes, carrying...

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THE HARP OF LONG AGO. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

THE HARP OF LONQ AQO. Old Mother Earth is a good and careful curator. From lime to time she yields us something she has been keeping in her museum for thousands of years, and we man el that It could exist so long. One of the latest discoveries in the rojai tombs at Ur, the city of Abra ham, is a harp. The wood had per ished. but .Mother Kailli bail preserved Us shape, like a mould, and she had taken good eaie of Its decoration, a bull's head in copper inlaid with lapis lazuli. What seemed strangest of all lo tlic excavators, however. was that the catgut strings still survived as ten lines of white powder! All through live thousand years these white lines had Iain there, the remnants of a harp that plajfil sweet music long ago In some rich man's house in Abraham's lown. They have heen able lo take a cast of the harp's body, attach the hull's head, and restring II, so that the harp that rails Ihrotisrh Uabjlon's halls is now as geod as new.

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THE BEETLE'S TAILOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

THE BEETLE'S TAILOR. 'I want a decent tailor,' said the Beetle to the Snail, 'i wonder If you know one very near? Or course, 1 need not mention I would pay him on the nail, Or. say. In four Instalments through the year. My wings, as you may noticc, are in need of some repair. And ail . my clothes are getting rather dim. Not quite the kind of garments that a Beetle ought to wear Unless he takes no pride in looking trim.' 'I don't know any tailor,' to the Beetle said the Snail, And freezing was the coldness In his tone. 'When I'm in want of changes, you must know I never fall To do the little changing all alone.' 'RIght-hoI' replied the .Beetle, 'I will take the hint from you, No doubt a bit of care will put me right.' He walked into the meadow where the grass was damp with dew And came out looking beautifully bright. — J.L.

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A DOG'S MEMORY. VERY LIKE OUR OWN. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

A DOG'S MEMORY. VERY LIKE OUR OWN. . This observation of a dog seems to show that the dog's memory some times acts very much like the human memory, by fits and starts. Bob is an Airedale. Recently he lost his rubber plaything. For three weeks It could not be found. Bob was asked about It, and was told to llnd lt. Evidently he understood, for he began to search, but nothing came of It. Then one evening, as he was lying in the kitchen, he suddenly jumped up, ran to the cellar door and down the steps. In a minute or two he was back with his plaything. There were three rooms In the cel larage. Apparently Bob had taken his ball down there, had become tired of playing with it, and had left it there. But at last a sudden recollection had come Into his doggie's head and off he went to sec If It wasn't true, and lound it was. That is what it looked like anyway.

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PARTY POSERS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

PARTY POSER8. What claws do all children love? — Santa Claus. Which is the left side of a round Christmas pudding? — The side that Isn't eaten I What do you never get during the absence of Father Christmas? — His presents. What toe never gets a chilblain? — Mi-tle-toe. How many sides has a Christmas pudding? — Two — the Inside and the outside. When does Ihe loiter A make all the difference to a turkey? — when roost becomes roast.

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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

ROMAN CATHOL.C CHURCH. ? Southport. — Mass : Every Sunday, at 7 aJn.; 10 a^n. on Second Sunday of every month, and on 4th Sunday when 5 Sundays In the month. Evening Devotions : Every Sunday at 7.30, except the last Sunday. Burleigh Heads — 10 a.m. on 1st Sunday in tho month. Nerang. — Mass: Every 3rd Sunday at 10 aJn, Upper Coomera, — Mass: Evsry last Sunday at 10.30 a.tn, ar.d Evening Devotions at 7.30 pft

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Church Services. ST. PETER'S SOUTHPORT. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

Church Services. ST. peter's!°so UTHPORX 7.30 aja, Holy Communion (every Sunday). 10 a.m., Holy Communion (Sung), 1st, 3r*d, and 5th Sundays ; Mattins, 2nd and 4 th Sundays. 7.30 pjn.. Evensong (Every Sunday) NERANG. — 2nd Sunday in month, 8 a.m.t 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. arid Dec.) ; 2 pjn., Evensong (Jan., Mar., May. July, Sept. and Nov.). OXENFORD. — 2nd Sunday in month: 11 a-m.. Holy Corrmunion (Jan March, May, July, Sept., Nov.) ; 2 p.m.. Evensong (Feb., April, June, *ug., Oct., and Dec.). SEV. V. H. '.VIHTKHOUSI

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