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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929

RETURN THANKS. Mrs. T. A. TUESLEY, of Carrbitta,   via Nerang, desires to express her   thanks to all kind friends and rela-   tives for expressions of sympathy in her recent bereavement. IN MEMORIAM. JUST.— In ever loving memory ot our dear little son and brother Allan, who passed away suddenly on May 6th, 1925. The flowers we place upon your grave May wither and decay. But the love for you that lies beneath, Shall never fade away. Inserted by his loving father, mother, sisters and brothers.

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

Burleigh fields At BURLEIGH, Allotments, from £40. At SURFERS' PARADISE, Allot- mnts from £50. Dairy and Poultry Farms For Sale In all parts of the district. HOUSES TO LET Harold Smith. AUCTIONEER, And     APPROVED VALUER,   BURLEIGH HKADS. -phone 6. BURLEIGH PLUMBING WORKS E. H. C. MEYERS, PLUMBER AND GALVANISED IRON WORKER, JAMES-ST., BURLEIGH HEADS. PHONE 33. Contract prices for all Classes of Roofing and Tank Making, Stoves,   Plunge and Shower Baths, Water Heater, Etc. Windmills Supplied and Erected. FIRST CLASS WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED A TRIAL SOLICITED YOU CAN BUY Better at Birkbeck's THAN IN BRISBANE This is because we   are here to stay, and We couldn't hold your trade if our Prices weren't right— or our Goods up to test. Compare Our Prices or match our goods with the Quality you see elsewhere. V. R. Birkbeck The Old Jeweller with thy Good Name Nerang Street, Southport 'Phone 117. P.O. Box 15. RHOADES FURNITURE ...

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KNOW YOUR CAR. MOTOR MISUNDERSTANDINGS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

KNOW YOUR CAR. MOTOfc MISUNDERSTANDINGS It would not bp so necessary to introduce laws to Rovem the sjexl of cars if drivers would really under stand the. mechanism of their cars. It i9 not always tlie speed at which the- car is tr:i\c!]infj that constitutes the d.-,nscr, but the inabiity on the p^rt of the driver to ;ict prrmntly in an emergency. An engineer lias to pass exhaustive tests before he is allowed to control machinery of aiv Kind; yet tlie average owner lii.v®. alter mastering a few elar.entary facts RoveEning the car, casts aside tho irstnution book and takes to tb; read ipnorhnt of the capabilities - f the m-chin' he is driving. This, of course, is not true of every driver, but the large irajority of the c'riv r» of the I r.'-ent day are not capable if taking down r.r.d re-assembling an cr,3ine, nor do they fully un- c, stand tha principles of many of the niceties of driving, such as double dulutclv ing or intentional skidd ng in - rder to avoid an accident. It is the ...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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IMPROMPTU WHEEL PULLER. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

IMPROMPTU WHEEL-PULLER. A wheel-puller substitute is very handy when a puller Is not to be had. When the wheel Is very tight on tlie axle It cannot be pulled off by hand. Sharp taps on the end ot the shaft will bring the wheel off, but the threads are easily battered up. Wooden blocks are sometimes used, but. when much tapping is required,* a wooden block will split and some times will sting the hands. Take a small ball hammer, and put the ball end against the end ot the shaft, as there is always a small cavity at the end of the shaft. Hit the hammer with another hammer and the wheel will come off. Other iron objects may be used, but they have not such a handle as the hammer.

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HOW TO REVERSE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

HOW TO REVERSE Many drivers seem to have a diffi culty in steering a car easily when it is running backwards. There fs no reaj difficulty about this, but, like n.any another thing, it requires pr.c tlce l-efore it can be done with ease ard certainty. Generally speaking, it is illrpal to reverse for any con-- der- rble distance on a public road, but thvie may enme a time when One must levcrse. Then the fact that this is force.! upon the -1 liver generally pre ; 11 1 j ?.-?nm whit awkw.ud cr'mli ttons, r.s fcr instance, when two Ci:r3 iroet upon a h:ll so inrrow that it is iirposs:l::e to pass. To reverse in a place like tMs' requires very careful steering. since it admits of rrrctica'Iy no error with ut scraping the guards. ' re frll 'mount of reversing that is necessary when turning a car in a rerd presents no steer'n^ difficulties, but rjquiivs judgment and a rapiJ use of the !-rak-» rnd clutch, as well ns «tntle operation of tbe latter. To turn a car in a confined space re quires ...

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JAMMED BENDIX PINION. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

JAMMED BENDIX PINION. A fairly common fault which may strand the owner for hours if he does not know how to deal with it is the jamming of the Bendix starter pinion with the teeth of the flywheel. This is often caused by neglect to keep the rim; sear and Bsndi* pinion clean, in those cars where they are net enclosed. Occasionally the trouble may be traced to the mis alignment of the starting motor. Do not attempt to overcome the trouble by keeping pressure on the self starter. but put the car In top (tear and then, with the brakes off, rock It firmly to and fro. when In all pro bability the pinion will disengage and fly back Into Its proper place. If this Is not successful it may be po«sible to slacken the nuts holding the starting motor assembly to the engine and frame. This will give the motor shaft and pinion a little lateral play and rocking will then usuallv overcome the fault.

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Picturesque Ball BIG NIGHT AT THE PIER [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

Picturesque Ball BIG NIGHT AT. THE PIER Taking the attractive form of a juvenile card and dor.ino ball, a mojt successful evening was h?ld in thj Pier Pavilion on Friday, in aid of tha funds of the Ambulance Brigade. T.ii floor was crowded and it wrs estim ated that four hundred people at tend d to patronise a deserving cr.se. Arousing intense adniration and givliȣ Airec* evidence of skilful tr in ir^g, th3 cand and domino sets formed an effective tableau on the stage. After which the gay little groups procecdtld to te centre of the hall and foitned a large cross representing the ambulance badge. This made a charming picture ar.d one that great ly impressed. The hall was rtu.de more ple.vsing by the artistic placing of aolored lights amid the quiet beauty of clustering foliage. During, the evening the Superinten dent P. Raby thanked the ladies foE their valuable assistance in making the function so sucessful. The idance music was supplied by Mis. W. S. Barron's orchestral Several a...

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Some Clergymen AND SOME REMINISCENCES. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

Some Clergymen AND SOME REMINISCENCES. (By J. IX Steele, Heathcotc, Southport.) On iprjie 4 in a Jouilnalist's Mem oirs, by Spencer-Browne (Major-Gen-. ei-al, O.B.V.D., H.R.G.S.) it is written ,«Of coursq we quarijelled with the other paper which was edited by o.-.e. Hushes, who had be.-n a Church of England parson. He was a brilliant nrtd Inclsrive writer, and otfen held me squirming on his ten-point. One day my friends sun?ested that I ?should himirer hini. I was always In r^fVinlng, and was petsurded, r.nd 'went to the rt|ptili contemporary sed'ng .ied but Hughes invited me '»? E*ve me a chair and a cigar, and talked to me like tho good chap lhat he was. My friends outside wille-i in vain for 'the thunder of tha cap tains and the shouti'ng,' but it was a wilted youth who went out to theim Peuhaps th?re was something which forbade chaffing). Hughes and I be came quite good friends and I r.o longer wrote of tha ''Pariahs of tbe press,' and he forbore to nepeat his observations that...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

TAMBOUMME MOUNTAIN 'DARENA' Modem, s.c. Flut, ? 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. Alt oration ud Repairs. ESTIMATES GIVEN. Agent far SEA INSURANCE CO. ? 'RHOMB U2. ? R. McKENZIE BUILDER & CONTRACTOR. Estimates given for all Classes of work. REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. Local Agent for: — The Prudential Assurance Co.. of England ; C.CXM. and Allsa Craig Marine Engines ; Johnston Out board Motors. ' Address : — Brighton Parade, Southport. ?PHONE. 274. I Music j for your Gramo- 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 Agency Mai Book Shop NERaNG STREET. — PHONE 464 Try Our Prices First YOU CANNOT. DO BETTER THAN BUT FROM W. R. Smith CASH & CARRY GROCER, NEWSAGENT AND STATIONER THE CHEAVIS...

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Motor Cyclists Collide [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

Motor Cyclists Collide Two nvitnr rvclKts came In'n col lision on the Esplanndo on Sunday nisht. when N.ipnlcnn llrcnnand (slnulo). rosldins at Normanfcy road. Indoorooplllv. was thrown 'roni his macliinc. rocclving a laceration lo the scalp, wounds on the face, left thigh, left ankle, concussion, and probable fracture of the skull. The Amhulancc Brigade rendered first aid. and the patient was admitted to a private hos pital. The other motor eyclIM, who was riding with a side car attached, ?was uninjured. The patient has since improved.

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Car over Culvert TWO PERSONS INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

Car over Culvert TWO PERSONS INJURED. Two persons were Injured on the Esplanade at Southport last Saturday night, when a car driven by Mr. Cloherty, of TenrrifTe. Brisbane, ran over a culvert. His wife. Mrs. Bridget Cloherty, was treated by the Southport Ambulance for a contusion on the fore head, laceration on the left knee, and shock, and her daughter, Miss Alicia Cloherty, who was thrown out of the car, sustained a sprained right ankle, and a contused Up. The car was slightly damaged. On Sunday morning, George Panltz, of Nerang street, Southport. was rid ing Ms motor cycle at the Show ground, when the motor cycle skidded on a wet patch, throwing him ofT and causine a fracture of the right col laibone and bruised shoulder. Th*» Southport Ambulance rendered first aid, and conveyed him to his residence.

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With the Rifle SOUTHPORT RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

With the Rifle SOUTHPORT RIFLE CLUB. The May monthly competition wH be fired this week-end, the 11th rod 12th May over 30ft 600 and GOO jards. Handicaps are: — E. Forster 4. H. Hovaijd 5, A. Soegaarti 7, J. Dowr'e 10, R. ML Pidd 10. E. L. Frwman 9, J. L. Bailey 14, W. Scarborough 14. E A. Bailey 11, J. Boyd 7, J. Thoin» 16, G Blrck 19 R. Akes 8, W. Dennis 8. W. Prscoe 8. H. Ixmelrcd 8, R Stew art 8, W. Smith 7. G. Ellis 12, E. D. Andrews 12. . W. Maclcey 12. K. V. Miles. 16, C. Hil'.icr 8 Les Ellis 12. A. Thome 23. J. Pritchard 34. K. I*lirs 13 S. Dudn an 22. F. E. Stew art 15, H. Richardson 17.

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On Southport Sands FLYING MOTOR CYCLES. 101 MILES PER HOUR SPEED. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

On Southport Sands FLYING MOTOR CYCLES. 101 MILES PER HOUR SPLED. (By 'Wayfarer' In the 'Courier') Tremendous speeds were attained by leading Brisbane motor cyclists on the Southport sands on Sunday morning during the course of the first section of the Drlsbane Motor Cycle Club's beach speed trials. The event decided was a one-way flying quarter mile speed test for all powers machines, handicapping be ing effected on the estimated speed capabilities of the competing motors. Conditions were entirely tavon-able to high speeds, as the runs were made with a good breeze assisting, the sand was fine and hard. Before breaking the first cotton the men had about two miles In which to gather speed, and there was any amount of room for slowing up after having completed the run. Be fore a start could be made the oifi cials had to survey the track, and, as this took a good deal of time. It was fairly late before the first run was made. Then the timing appara tus gave some trouble which was aggra...

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Sparkling Tennis CHAMPIONS IN ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

Sparkling Tennis CHAMPIONS IN ACTION. The Southjxjrt Tennis Club dtepl.y od Initiative in securing J. Crawford, 13. Dunlon, F. T'.ocn, and L. Thuil'W to play cxlvbition watches in Quoin's I'arjc on Sunday, and were r.word -1 by an attendance if nearly 5C0. 'Ihc Rate receipts amounted to i'22/8 . nd the club's funds will benefit ccnsidei ably. Tho public was dis. npointcj tha no singles n-atches v.c're played, bat this was through no fault of the ? lub. These matches had becii airar.ged fc. and the club r-?verti.scd th?n in go^xl f-'-th, but Oraw.'oiH it is stated, \.a the only player willing to go on with tho programme. This failure Is „rc bably due to the srcount cf tennis three players had been playinjr for r week or more, but nevertheless the/ should consider the public in kesp:ng to the arranged programrr.e. The public, too, became very un easy oven the delay In jtartiny, fcr tH's, the club officials also state th;y ware not to blarre. Every effort was nrsde to get the player^ o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

The Southport Store The Oldest Store in Southport. Established in 1879 and still going strong Delivery to nil parts of tho Town and District Prices are right. 'Phone 315 R. C. CAREY, ' CASH and CARRY Right at Railway Station Where the Prices are at City Level CAREY'S CASH and CARRY ; Delivery Free 'Phone 399 Where you get Quality and Service ? — « I A Working Outfit For j 21s A Special Offer to Men We are offering a Special Parcel containing' the'^fol- 'r lowing : — j ' 2 pr. Cotton Twist Work 01c 'ng Trousers. _ ^ Ju 1. ^ I Grey Flannel Undershirt J I C I Khaki Drill Shirt ° at the remarkable price i-f 21s ! for the four garments | r ? 21s I PHONE 247 Nerang Street, Southport | j J

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

Southport Sports Depot We have just landed a fine range of T ennis Racquet Frames I Here are a few of our Specials The Glue Mooa (1929 Mode)), complete with beat quality English Gut ... ... ... ... 85/- New Moon Top Flite ... ... ... . go/- Doherty Slazenger ... ... .. .. 75/. The Alexander Flyer ... ... ... ... 65/- Spalding Top Dog, complete with meJ. quality English Gut 45/- Spalding Sunshine ... ... ... ... 25/. Telopea ... ... .. ... ... 32/6 Spalding Greenwood ... ... ... ... 24/- Any of the 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 12/6 to 35/ SINGLE STRINGS 9d. EACH ALL WORK GUARANTEED Fresh supplies of 192!! Spalding Latexeam Tennis Galls always on hand at 19/6 per dozen. GEO. ELLIS, Proprietor NEAR RAILWAY STATION SOUTHPORT 'PHONE 191. THE ORIGINAL Cash and Carry Store H. V. FOSTER SCARBOROUGH-STREET Our Prices: SALMON, %...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

C. G. BELFORD L j SMALL GOODS, MAN SCARBOROUGH ST., SOUTHPORT 'PHONE 463. Tkere Goes fat ' ^ Hat! Winter's f f \ Here. Time to lay in m} Hot Water Bottle. I'd recomm*ru3 you peopl# to do th« wm. G*t it from W. E. MARTIN Ph C.. DiiprtUtnt Cfcmut. Southport (Oj# PO I Ag-ntfctGoU*n(Mi I Smile Often Show dear white teeth, gum* like ti coral now Restoring dull, off-coiow tMth to polabed whiteness quickly M ? recent aental achievement. It's been found that dingy teeth come* ?imply from a film that form* on teeth. A stubborn film old-type dentifrices did not successfully clear off. That's why brushing fails you. ? Run your tongue across your teeth and you can feel that film now— a sort of slippery coating. Beneath it are the \.hite teeth you envy. It keeps your smile unattractive tcvause it absorbs discolourations from fooJ. smoking, etc. 'low, in a new-type dentifrice called «'epsodent, a scientific combatant has been found. Leading dentists , widely u.-ge it. Works wonders on dingy teeth...

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PRODUCERS IN CONFERENCE Important Local Questions Discussed RURAL WORKERS' ACT—INCIDENCE OF HOSPITAL TAX—MAIN ROADS POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

PRODUCERS IN CONFERENCE Important Local Questions Discussed RURAL WORKERS' ACT— INCIDENCE OF HOSPITAL TAX— MAIN ROADS POLICYL Important subjects were dealt with at the half-yearly meeting of the Mudgeeraba Ward Local Producers' Association, held at the School of Arts, Southport, on Saturday. These had reference to the unfair Incidence of the Hospitals Tax and the undue burden which the Rural Workers' Act was Imposing upon primary producers, par ticularly as regards dairymen. In the first case an amendment wsa asked for, while In the second abolition was demanded. The extent to which producer* are hampered tn the back country by the lack of trafflcable roads, was another potent subject of discussion, and the policy ef the Commission In giving precedence to tourists roads, was criticised. It was decided to endeavour to obtain somo relief through medium of the Agricultural Depart ment. - &j De'efiates present were : Messrs. F. || E. Anderson (Currumbin), W. Smith U (Westbury), ...

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FISHING SPORT GOOD. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

FISHIfia SPORT GOOD. * . Largo shoals of mullet, taller and ? lireain are making north dally; Sharks r.ro following tho s.ehoals and It be hoves surfers and llshermen to be cautious during the' next three months.

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In Passing [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

| In Passing | A despot has always some good moments. — V oltalre. ? . . We in Britain have been too modest In the past. — Duke of York. ... New York Is bi coming a sunless city. — The Major of New York. 1 ha\e never seen a drunken Suiilli ileld porter. — The Sm Ith Held padre. ? ? ? Will noise destroy civilisation, or will civilisation destroy noise? — British Medical Journal. ? ? ? it Is a long way from a world tiiat walks by force to a world th.it walks by fjith. — President Coolidge. e ? ? We must not alio w ourselves to imagine that British industry is in a stale of hopeless .eli.ios. — ilr. Seehohm ? ltowntree. ? ? ? Kurope is full of people who are brave as lions, but most of them are as silly as geese. — Mr. J. B. Priestley. ... For the next four years the most important man In the world will be a geologist. President lioovcr. — Pro- fessor W. T. Gordon. ? ? ? To provide one moral standard for the civilisation of the world there Is no competitor that can be set against Chris...

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