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On the Ball BURLEIGH HEADS v. NERANG [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

feOnitheiBall'%; BURLEIGH HEADS v. NERANG At Netting Burleigh' Heads cuV classed the local team and won. to tire tune of 16 — 5, in a geme tn which they were,. superior In all depart ment*. i.-.v::.-}: :, * 'v',;'' For Burleigh Heads H. Noonan, W. Noonan, F. Headiey and G Durcan scored a try each, one of which R. Noonan convert qd The latter a'» kicked a penalty poal. R Noon.-in, W. Noonan, and Dumen u'd are said to hive been the cut- ' itm dlnjj players' for Burleigh Hsads. The match was refereed by 3. Ruddy of Brisbane.

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

Electors of Albert! ; ' ' \ ' Vote AND WORK TO-MORROW FOR T. FLOOD PLUNKETT ? (Endorsed Country-NatlonJiist) A practical primary' pro ducer ; with a unique record of trust .and Ex ecutive Experience which admirably equips him for the Legislative field: ®i H.e is one of. youreelyes ; f He is your man. Leave Nothing to Chance Every vote counts, and yours limy be needed. Not- only vote yourself, but get your friends to vote. ~ POLLING HOURS I 8 s.m. to 6 p»in» „ ? ? ? V ? ? ., (Authorised by M. i. Sullivan, Soutkpert)

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Meeting Approves, With Reservations, of Publicity Demand MAYOR GRICE'S SUGAR-COATED PILL [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

; Meeting Approves, With Reservations, of Publicity Demand MAYOR GRICE'S SUGAR-COATED PILL Find with a spirit of interne home-town patriotism and a davotioaal desire to plaoe Soathport on the map, Rayor Grice verify took the towa by storm oa InJl; aigfct otm ke Mbaaalted to a harriodly-oalltd representative meeting a series of rosofutloas rtcatraisraclag an active pabliolty campaign. Although our esteemed Mayor it a hustler of the first order the paea he set was a little too mack for hit slower-moving, but none the lest enthusiastic followers, and Ha found himself nnable to carry his load over the Iaet hurdle alow a. - His Worship had not only a series of resolution* calllag upon the Couacil to take action, bat h« b~d the mait for the job right oa the spot; and a cood ma a too— tha meotiag was satisfied about that — ? but the Mayor's way of doing things did not quite appeal to thoie present, and warm foflowers tamed a trifle oold. The meeting comprised representatives .of public bod...

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IN THE REALM OF SPORT On the Ball CURRUMBIN TOO GOOD. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

! IN THE REALM OF SPORT On the Ball CURRUMBiN TOO GOOD. fiood football was witnessed on the show ground1, on Saturday, when I ur lumbin defeated ^mthport l.v five ?mints to two in Hi'1 first round of the ruuth Hoasl Hugh}' League competi tions. In llio first half nnttirs were oven, lint fouthport in the second . ? ? , attack and had Gmrurnbin bottled up in their* f,un -?* fur the major portion of the term. Play was of a mured nature with occasional Hashes of good open work. Ill the open, anil In the rucking. South iwrt were the misters, hut Currumbln. with a heaWer pack, won the ball trout mo«t of the scrums, ami liv their solid defence rendered promising movements, fruitless. In tlic final stages of the game, with the scores !l\c to two against theni, Southport we! e awarded four or five penalties In scoring positions, but H. Napper, with the clock working against him, elected the up-and-under kick 'each lime In the hopes of scoring a try, with the extras, but the movement failed. ...

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

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USE OF FERTILISERS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

USE OF FERTILISERS. Sir John Russell, of the Rothham sted Experimental Station, lecturing to farmers on tho Science of Man ures, said that manures represented only one side of the crop manage ment, and unless all other tequlsltes were attended to they could not yield the maximum results. Liming was one of the precautions that had to l.e taken Into account. The easiest way of increasing crops was to use nitrogenous manures, but tho diffi culty was that if they went too far, Ihe plants were liable to become diseased. Phosphate manures in creased the growth of roots, aided cereals to tiller, and made ripening earlier. They were also very bene ficial on grazing lands. Of the throe more common phosphatlc manures, superphosphate should be used for arable land, basic slag fm grass, and bones might bo used according to price. In regard to pota«sic manures, muriate of potash, he said was cheap er, and for all practical purposes gave equally as good results as sulphate of potaah. By diagram i...

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INOREASE THE MILK FLOW. LEGUME CHOPS DO IT. AN AMERICAN OPINION. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

INCREASE THE MILK FLOW. LEGUME CHOPS DO IT. AN AMERICAN OPINION. Low milk yields and low profits from dairy cows In Illinois are very ?frequently the result' of poor feeing, according to Mr. W. B. Nevens, of the University of Illinois. Dairymen located In the maize belt teed large -quantities of maize, maize silage, maize stover, oats and Timothy hay, all ot -which are low In protein contcnt, and ?suodIv Insufficient anwunts of protein for liberal milk production. Ihe grow ing of legume crops such as lucerne 'and soybeans makes possible the economical production of a largo pro portion of the protein needed by dairy cows. When these crops are fed the concentrated part of the ration Is re latively Inexpensive, for when the -low protein maze belt feeds are used much protein must be purchased If milk yields are to be satisfactory. According to Mr. Nevens, the use of sweet clover as a pasture crop makes possible the supplying of large amounts of home-grown protein dur ing the summer mont...

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BACK TO THE LAND. NATURE'S PRIMAL APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

BACK TO THE LAND. NATURE'S PRIMAL APPEAL — — ? ,'v Inborn In a vast number of hunaa !beings, and perhaps more in the ,/ British than In any other nation. Is a love of the land and a keen desire to , T»S»fitve,,on and by the land. This is not to be^vondered at, perhaps, since it L Is bred In us, and not many genera I tlons ago it was the one and only ln B dustry. To-day, of course, the manu L facture of toilet cream, the making ot films and running of klnemas, and - hundreds of other Industries based on l vanity and luxury have rather over ? shadowed the production of food; but jL „ deep down in most people is the de w M sire for fundamentals, and the produc 1/7' tion of food Is a fundamental. I am JM; often amazed at the kind of people *3. -who cherish this 'back to the land' Idea, says a writer In the 'Farmer and ? Stockbreeder.' I have met barmen In London public-houses, liftmen, taxi ?drivers, clerks galore, and men In every v?5lk of life, many of them Cockneys born and bred, who...

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For the Man on the Land FRUITFUL FRESIANS. DEVELOPING A HIGH-CLASS HERO. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

| For the Man on the Land | FRUITFUL FRESIAN3. DEVELOPING A HIGH-CLASS HERD. Mr. I. Pargect. cf Werilbee. Vic toria. Is gradually building up a herd of stud Kreslan cattle of the foremost quality and lias fiiio results to show from his too little heard of strain. The majority are of tho St. Alban's stiain. which was piomlnent in Gov ernment herd tests a few years ago. an.' include thiit famous producer May Queen II. and the imported T Vu Vctnir.:i Homestead. The latter ' ' £T,.%i-t now rising seven years old. When te3te!i~-o' her first lacation she gave over live gallons ii( tho twenty-four hours. May Queen II. now in her fifteenth year, started her fclg dairy reputatirn ill 1918, when she topped the list of 95 heifers of all breeds In the Victorian Govern ment test ot that year, with a ylfcld of 936 gallons of milk of 4.37 per cent, butter-fat test, and she has maintained that desirable combina tion of a heavy milk flow with a high test right through her several laca tions. In eigh...

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

? ? ? Moreton Garage DRINNAN & COY. ARE Agents for all General Motors Products LOOK FOR IN THE PRICE RANGE OF THE Ani O four JL218 V E ndurance permits j Sustained Driving *. f under full Power /^ONllNUOUS driving hour after hour was proved ^ to be an accomplishment of the New Ford car .' ! long before it was first presented to the public. . ! \Such endurance is attained by a powerful, low-speed motor, perfectly lubricated and perfectly cooled. TTiat is why unvarying excellence of performance is ' . maintained mile after mile. Chassis and body have likewise been built to meet »: J ^ this test of endurance. 1 Know the facta about the New Ford Car. ^ j A ^ e will be happy to demonstrate. ? '!;? EARL MOTORS

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Hints for Householders [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

Hints for Householders Try sprinkling cayenne pepper on pantry shelres to keep atray ants. ? ? ? A cake which sticks to the tin may b ? loosened by placing the tin orer a bowl of boiling water. A few drops of ammonia added to the water when washing pantry shelves will help to keep ants away. ? ? ? A little mustard rubbed into the bands after peeling onions will re move the disagreeable smell. ? ? ? If ink stains on the fingers are rubbed with vinegar before the hands are washed, they will disap pear. ? ? ? To prevent tinware from rusting, rub with lard and heat thoroughly in oven. It will remain brifht indefin itely. « ? ? Dirty suede gloves should be put on the hands and rubbed with a piece of white flannel dipped in hot dry flour. Stale vegetables can be freshened by soaking for an hour in cold water to which the Juice of a lemon has been added. m . ? ? Window cleaning can be simplified by smearing the glass with a wet rag dipped in whiting. Allow to dry before polishing. ? ? ? Ti...

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MATCH AT COOMERA. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

'''match at coovera. . At a tree tire of the Coomera Rlt® Club held on the 1st Inst. It was de cided to hold « friendly short rsa'nst the Cooniei-a Junior' Cricket Olub on the 19th . Inst. This latter club -5e- l'cated the riflen-^n in a fcwnetof/: (flcket some six months ego. ,*Itlis ' anticipated * that the cricketers will . meet their Waterloo In tnis iratch.

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With the Rifle CHALLENGE MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

With the Rifle CHALLENGE MATCH. ' -...A challenge match for the Macarlncy shield was tired on the Southport rifle range between teams representing the . Logan, and Albert District lUHe Club's , Union and (he.,. Metropolitan', District Union.' 'The 'conditions wero tricky. A flshtall wind and a changeable mlr .' ago eaused the competitors a good deal ot troubio. The conditions were 10 ' men a side,- eight to count. 10 and It shots respectively at 500 yards and 600 yards. The' competition also in cluded the all-Australia shoot, 10 men a side, all to count. Sorno One scoring ?. - was' recorded by the metropolitan team. J. McKeqzle scored 103, W. McDonald 102, and J. Youlton 101. McKenzie and Youlton each scored a possible at 600 yards. McKenzie was awarded the trophy given by Ibe Logan and Albert team for the highest individual score. Mr. R. Johnston (Southport) gave a cup for the highest individual score by the home team. This was won by II. Smith (lleaude scrt). The . metropolitan te...

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SUBURBAN TEAMS' VISIT. MATCH AT SOUTHPORT. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

! 8UBURBAN TKAMS* VI8IT. , MATCH AT SOUTHPORT. On Monday, teams representing the Suburban Tennis Association visited Southport and played teams represent ing the- Southport 'and District Asso ciation; i 1 ' *' The visit was ' the outcomo of an ,* Invitation by the Southport and.Dls-, . trict Association, and tennis of a high standard was witnessed. The visitors were entertained by the ?lady members.' The local association proved their, superiority In the A and B grades, but' -he suburbanites . triumphed Jn .the ' G ' jrade matches. ;; x- Details f— «? A grade, at Southport: S. Foreman' and Miss E. Schwabe (Southport) v. S. Manning and Miss Walt. 6-4, 6-8; v. R. Russell and Mis- Dunn, 6-3, 6-2; a*. li. DowlIng and Miss. J:. Sarage,' . 5-6, 6-2. A. L. Thams and Miss J. Dannecker (Southport) v.-S. Manning and Miss Watt. 6-5, 0-1; v. R. Rus aeil and Miss Dunn, 6-4, t-6; y. 11. ?' llowllng and Miss Savage, 6-4, 6-t; v. O. Love and Mrs. Beale, 4-6,' 3-6. O. Banks and Miss M. Smales (South...

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SOUTHPORT CLUB V. BURLEIGH HEADS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

; southport Club v. burleigii , HEADS. , *. A match was played the same day v ' at Burleigh Heads between an A Grade 1 mixed team from the Southport .Ten nis Club, and a team from tho Bur - ' lelgli Heads Club. Results: Burleigh Heads, 4 sets 34 games; Southport, 3 sets 30 games.

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FIXTURES FOR TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

fixtures for to-morrow. Tho fixtures set town by the South port and District Tennis Asioc attn are as follow*: — A grade _4xod: Burleigh Hoada v. Wattles; Wyebeonrt, a bare. . B grade mixed: Ashgrove yl Wattles; Ncrtb side v. West End;' Sea view v. Tur letgh Beads;' Nerortff Na l.*r. Netang No. 2 C grade mixed: Scaview Nc. 2 v. Sea view KA 1; Waverleyv. Kua geeLxtba; Nerong v. NortWde; Th) Vines v. Ashgrove. ?

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REP. B. GRADE TEAMS. SOUTHPORT AND DISTRICT TENNIS ASSOCIATION v. BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

REP. 3. QRfiDC TEAMS. SOl'THPOiVr AND IMSTnlCT TKXM5 -;0$ ASSOCIATION .v. BRISBANE.^,, I «v« .*;f. Ideal Weather ptx-vallecl on Monday wlien the above teams met at Burleigh ' Heads In an excitln'g match, rcsu't'ni; In a win for the visitors by ono ^inc. Tlie play throughout was very 'en. thoueh many sparkling bouts were witnessed In the opening se'ts in which Mi ss Hazel Andrews (Seaview) B»»x- ; Veiled.;., Mr. Jasprlzza and Mrs. Rus-, ' f-cll were In excellent form for the visitors. . . . \t the official inncheon held In Mrs. Ju-stins' Cafe, Mr. J.- M Goodwin (captain) „ welcomed . the visitors on behalf of , the Soulbport and ; District Tennis Association,' and - also thanked each club ' for their 'heartv' support In successfully carrjlng out the arrange ments made by the Association.. Mr. Berg returned thanks on be half of the visitors and hoped that tho local representatives would some day plav them a return match In Brisbane. Both teams were the guests of Mr. Chas. Justins at- ...

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

CHILLY WINTER APPROACHES! _ . WOOPS' flOT PIES ?EATORraurr, Hare tha desired effeet of warming apd stimulating the who» system. Watch for the Cart and secure jour supplies. Pastries, Cakes, rnd All Other i.efreshments of the Highest Qual ity on Hand. * , - , ; REFRESHMENTS AT ALL HOURS. ' CHOICEST FRUIT AND VEGETABLES. H. H. .WOODS,. V ? THE WHITE CAFE. ? \ , \ \ KERANG STREET, — SOUTHPORI . . ' 'PHONE 375. . , . I ? T ? ? ? ? ? '''' ? I You can't Judge a Sausage by its Shiny Overcoat^ K Neitliei ran you Judge our Bread until you've tried it , v ' ?' Our Buns have a _ Special'. Flavour - i s I You can rirder tliern from our Cartpr . ' ! - . WONE25S.'' ' ' J, E. MARRABLE, j | ^ BAKER AND ^PASTRYCOOK ; ^ - »' | I SCARuOROUCll ST- N0RTHSI3 E. SOUTHPORT. f jia^anan— BBBBMEER'i'.jj»i j'»u — i— — ? ... . -r . ' ;W£ ' ^ ^ ? If you think we are trying to do p| .. a good thing by keeping down the price of General Drapery/ Grocery^ ^ v ^ fll and Hardware ^ we would be pleased if you would . ^...

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Death at Tweed MR. M. O. HUNGERFORD. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

Death at Tweed . mr. it, a hungerford. . The death occurred nt Tweed Heads * last week, of Mr. Blarcus Orpen Hon *Crford, nt the ago of 73 years'. He was a son of the late Rev. S. Honger - ford, of Mosman, Sydney. The lr-te Mr. Hungerford was a snrveyoi; by profctsslon. - Ho ,'fs survived by h'i wife mid a family of seven. .

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SPORTING (Continued from Page 2.) District Tennis ASSOCIATION COMPETITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

' ^teSPORTING , (Continued ft»m Page 2.) District Tennis . ASSOCIATION COMPETITIONS. Tim following malclios In the first round at tlie Southport and District Tennlt Association's list urea were , ; ! played on Saturday , aftenioon :— „ Air Xur.ing ' v?' Burleigh : Xorang, 6! 'sets,' ? ^'^''i^gamca'i^Burleigh Headers,. sets*S«N irames. Sea* lew v. Xorthslde. at Sea rjeavtew, 0 -sets 46 games; rP-^Norttiside, 2 nets 23 games. C Grade Men's Doubles.— West End v. Waveriey. at West Knd: Waveriey. 0 sett 15 games; West End, 2 sets 23 Karnes. 'Mudgeeraba v. Tlie Pine*, at i Mudgeeraba: The Pines. 5 sets 11 games; Mudgeeraba. 3 sets 32 games. O ' flrade. Ladles. — The Pines v.' Xorthclde: The Pines, ' 8 «ls *8 * gainen; Xorthslde. no sets 16 games. B Grade, Men's Doubles. — \shgrove v. Mudgeeraba, at Mudgeeraba: Ash !- . grove, 7 sets 43 games; Mudgeeraba, ... i get 88 games. - Xorthslde v. West „'v End at Northslde: Xorthslde, 3 sets '-*? 30 games; West End, 5 sets 37 games. ?*- MOXDAYS PI...

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