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

, J. D. ANDREWS, ; Auctioneer an* Ccnv*t«si-m Antet, » TALLEBUDGERA. ' , Salo3 held in any |«art of tho ..District.,!,' - vVrite for list to — J. D. ANDREW?. Winifred Elsie Hopkins i,T.cx5';'A.T.oii flpp* Organist of St. Peter's Church. Teacher, of Pianoforte, Violin. Huvrony, and Theory. Students prepaiea for ail, Music . Addiess: — , 'St. Gregory,' Queen Street, - Southport. * llilaipicireaeasre ? j;,l Direction : THAMS BROS ?-, j * 10 hare tho Si est Sitturca are Shouin J SATURDAY, MAY 11. - ? ZERO Fntwhg Fay Compten m ,? Stewcrt Rome, — Aod — Husbands for Rent Faaturlap Owen Moore ni Haleae Ccstelila - - Also, a flood Comedy WEDNESDAY MAY 15 ^ Chicken a la King Feataririg Ford Stirling nit] ... Ncacy Carroll V ' And — JgfcMifJfi ' W|N THAT- GIRL Featuring David Rillias .and ef , , ; jVi v Sae CareL - ^ , v; ) .'. Als& a. flood Comedy -§?'' Pf' i ? ? „j r^K i ^ 'Si YOUR PRAPER-^^ ' '!:# Bill rUKtnApt J ' ' . , ' &(, Reversible Floor Mats — . AND — 1 , V Reversible...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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St. Hilda's Fete ARRANGEMENTS FOR POPULAR ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

St. Hilda's Fete ARRANGEMENTS* FOR POPULAR ENTERTAINMENT. Active trepanations arc beintr made for tbe annual fete of St. Hilda's School In aid of the school chisel funds and St. Peter's Church. The fete will be held in the school .-.'.Dund on the 18th of this month. In past years this function has been deserv Ingly popular and this ytr.'s effort promises to increase its prestiget Bishop Le Fanu (co-aijutor Bishop of TJrtsbine) will officially open the fets»~

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Final Election Rally MR. T. F. PLUNKETT TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

. Final Election Rally , MR. T. F. PLUNKETT TO-NIGHT. Supporters pf Me. T. F. Plunkett, endartiod Count iy-Nationnl:st crn'ij date for AlbJrt, will hold thjir firal efcc^lon ralVy t^-ni'. ' t 'r. the South port- School of Arts. Mr. PlunVtt, wl*- has just ccrcluHtd a successful trur of the p1e:t:t tltc, will ]-o tha principal speaker. His Worsliln th? Mayor will preside. (M. \ O'Donchue, h'er uic^tio-t, Southport.)

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Terse Talk [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

I Terse Talk 1 | H The worst madmen is a saint dun mad. — Pope. ? ? ? Wiles and deceit are female qual ities. — Acscfaylus. Keep flax from fire, youth fiom gambling. — FiankMn. ? « « Libraries are the wardrobes of literature. — Jam?s Dyer*. There is ro te;enge so complete a; for^ivcneiS. — H, W. Sbiw. The sure way to miss succe« is to miss the dppcrtunity. — Phi!aie:e Chasles. ? ? ? There is nothing so contemptible as a bald man who pretends to have hair. — Martial. ? ? a. Solitude cherishes great virli-e-. and destrcys little ones. — Sydney Smith. ? * ? Youth is a continual intoxication, it Is the fever of reason.— La Rouch? foucald. Thieves for their ijobebry have au thomty, when judges steal themselves. — Shakespeare. ? ? ? Time ifl like money; the less we liave of it 'to sjraiU, the further we make it go. — H. W. ShaW. ? ? ? We are never, so ridiculous from the habits we have as from those we affect to have.— La Rochefoucald. ? * * As soft wax is apt to talc the stamp of fell, s...

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

Good Tailoring ''?tfill bring Social Success — ^eeeeeeeeeeeel^|MflH^^| jjj Will uplift you commercially, ^ inspiring the goodwill of those J in higher stations of life and (P the respect of those in lower; ® it distinguishes ;?ou from those ^ on the same footing ; it increases j-our self-confidence and ^ ^ § puts you in the way of bigger things. ® vD Our prices place the very best tailoring ?vJithin your reach. ® jjj Start novJ to reap the advantages b;? calling here to be $ ^ measured for a first-class suit. jj| I W. W. OLNEY Mercer ^ £5 Phone 75 Nerang Street, SOUTHPORT j) Bb^30013-r»TT»rnrT»-|-''-M-»r-frr-oir»p»r»rfcr»c»n»r-»j H Added joys await you In tin 'ELTO' Outboard Motor, built by Ole Evinrude, Father of Outboards, now solely wth the Elto Company — Leader In every step of progress in Outboixd Motors. First Light Twin— ''ELTO.' First Satisfying balance of power and . light weight— 'ELTO.' First Auto matic Tilt up— ?'ELTO.' First Pumpless Water Circulation— 'TLTO.' First str...

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

L Burleigh Heads At BURLEIGH, Allotments, from r £40- I At SURFERS* PARADISE; Allot mnts from £50. ' Dairy and Poultry Fatons For Sale j In all parts of the district. HOUSES TO LET f Harold Smith, i. AUCTIONEER, And - APPROVED VALUER, BURLEIGH HEADS. 'PHONE C-- BURLEIGH PLUMBING ; WORKS ? E. H. C, MEYERS, PLUMBER AND GALVANISED IRON WORKER, - JAMES-ST, BUBLEICH HEADS. 'PHONE 33. i Contract prices for alt Clones of ? Hoofing and Tank Making, Stoves, Plunge and Shower Baths, Waver ? Heiters, Etc. Windmills Supplied and Erected. * FIRST CLASS WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED ! A TRIAL SOLICITED YOU CAN BUY Better _ at Biskbeck's THAN IN BRISBANE This is because We are here to stay, i and \ We couldn't hold your trade if out Prices weren't right— or out | Goods up to test. r Compare Our Prices or match our goods with tbe Quality you see elsewhere. V.R . Birkbeck The Old Jeweller with tbi Good Name Nerang Street, Southport ^ Thoo» 117. P.O. Box 15. r I Rhoades1 Furniture I 1 is in Hondreds of COUN...

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Regnant Theatre SATURDAY, MAY 11. "Zero." [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

Regnant Theatre SATURDAY,' MAY 11. 'Zero.' A man and a wririici, both soul -I k of marriage — castire asii'e all farmer tif!s — starting ajrain from the Zsro point on' a new and glorious Irve. And tlie i(. out of the relentless past nrosj tin flames of the old love, torturing the r» on — fofl:injr him to choose be tween two pre at lovns. A train whistling shrilly through the dirk ncps. a wash-away — the tnunaer oi steel on steel— the sickening crurc'i as the carriage beariivc Juiia Norton and Matthew Knowle leaves thi rails nrd buries itself in tie f mbankn'-ent 'Husbaniis fcr Rent,'9 Hera is tne p'reat and original grouch cure. It is a play that sets you quaUrre with miijth and makes you forget all the tHngS you want to forget, and remember how really comical life is after all. It is a feast of fan; rollicking, startling, honest t'-goodness, old-fashioned fun.

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WEDNESDAY, MAY 15. "Chicken a In King." [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

WEDNESDAY, MAY 15. 'Chicken a la King.' The story of a middle-aged busi ress man who in trying to save his ''sap' brother-In-lnw from becoming Involved in an affair with a chorus gin, falls for the little beauty h!m relf. The story of a tired business man who got tired of his wife. The hilarious transforn-atlon of a Babbit Into a Butter end Egg Man. 'Win That O'rl.' When a poet goes in for fcolball. against his own lest wishes, and a pretty girl keeps egnini; him on — then something is bound to rvp- It lappens in ''Win Th r. Girl.' Feuta in the mountains are prim and dan gerous but fcotball feuds, as depicted in 'Win That Girl' ar|e a panacea for all ills. See this one and then junk your medicine kit.

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Concussion and Shock ACCIDENT AT COOMERA CROSSING. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

Concussion and Shock ACCIDENT AT COOMERA CROSSING. Striking a post at a railway cross ing near Ooomera, a motcr car ton tninlng four passengers, who were travelling ftpm Coolangatta to Bris bane, overturned. Grace Graham (24) East Brisbane, was attended by the Southport Ambulance and treated for concussion and shock; after which they conveyed her to her home. With the exception of minor In juries! the other occupants of the call escaped unharmed.

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Beechmont Sports NEXT SATURDAY'S ATTRACTION. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

Beechmont Sports NEXT SATURDAY'S ATTRACTION. The Beechmont sports to be held next Saturday (May 18) should piove an Irresistible attraction, not enly for the people of the immediate ne'ghbd 'hood, but for those from sur rounding districts. The irogramme Is pleasingly \a:l^d and foirfe of the events are sure to be particular!*- pood, embracing as they d,o hdrse racing, athletics, wood cl op ping rouph lading, and novelties.. Tho.e who want a good day's enjoy rnent in a delightful locality should not miss this popular tathering. The sports will be held In Mr. F. Scott's r,!*Woc)c.

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Election Results GIVING THE PUBLIC THE NEWS. BULLETIN BROADCAST ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

Election Results GIVING THE PUBLIC THE NEWS. , BULLETIN BROADCAST ARRANGEMENTS. The fullest section results will be available at the Bulletin office to morrow night.. By arrangement with Mr. H. V. Miles we are having a wireless re ceiving set installed, with loud speaken strength. We are also In debted to 4QG for permission to pi\e the public broadcast. The results from centres In the Albert electorate will also be pe«ted at this office as they are receive^ ,by the Returning Officer, Mr. Cleggj^^ Make the Bulletin office the centre . of Interest to-morrow night.

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Fishing at the Tweed COMPETITION RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

Fishing at the Tweed COMPETITION RESULTS* T. Harris won the eighth aggregate competition of the Tweed Heids Amateur Fishing Club, with 27 fish, weighing 21»4 pounds, 80% points. Second nlace was taken by F. Simon ton, 36 'fisH 251b., 9P r.cints (less 20 points handicap). G. Jones wis t'jiid with 14 fish, 101b., 14 points.

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Beaudesert Train Service ALTERED RUNNING [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

Beaudesert Train Service ALTERED RUNNING, Tho combined motor and train ser vice on the Beaudesert lino is b'.i g improved by the ruming of on addi tional mixed train to leave South Brisbane at 9.30 «utu, and reach Bern desert at 1.30 pJtt, on Tuesdays, wh'le tho rail irotor on Mondays and Tiur. eiajs, which had been arranged to * leave Beaudesert at 4 prn, anil mn to Bethania Junction and biclc. will. on tbosa dayisi, leave Bcaud-fert at 2 p.m., and reach South Brisbane at 4.40 p.m., returning from South Bris bane at 5.12 p.m., and reachin,? Beau desert at 7.45 pan These arrangements ore conv'terel unsuitable at Peaudsert and an eff.-rt is lieing made to lnve on al e a i.n ET. . ? ?

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Catholic Church Mission LARGE CONGREGATIONS ATTEND [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

Catholic Church Mission LARGE CONGREGATIONS ATTEND The Rev. John Creagh, of the He demptionist Oiider, ts conducting a fortnight's mission in the Guardian Angel's Church, Southport. Tbe opening ceremony took place last Sunday evening to a large con gregation, «nd the various devotiors thioughout the week have been well attended. Fatheij Cresgh has an extensive ex perience in the missionary field, of various countries, and is an eloquent preacher with a captivating Ct-li. Part of his Ministry has been devoted to work among the «bor'glncs in the wilder regiens of Western Australia and the Eurojiean n.ombcrs of his Church in the far-flung Spaces of tho North-west. His life has also lxe.i ennobled by service in the -leper colony. ?The mission will afterwaklds be car ried on at Nerang anl. Burleigh Heed's.

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

WANTED.— Quiet reliable Pony for child. Apply this office. . FARM FOR SALE— Situated nt Springbnook. Walk In walk oat. — T. B.. Nutley, Beachmcnt road. Ncrang. TO LET— Shop, Scarborough Street, North. Apply Walden, at rear of shop. FOR SALE— Jewott Moton Touipr, good condition*, nejw Battery, Oil - Pun p. ete- *1 3' Southport Parking Station, ~ ? ? ? VACANCIES for Gents, 'Doiwent,'' Railway Street, nwar Station. Good Accomedation, Moderate Tariff. Mrs. J. Neill, 'Phone 237. ? TO LET.— Office, adjoining Rose C-ife, opposite Railway Hotel; suit /g:r.t. Solicitor oi; Dressmaker, etc. Apply J. Qjalischefski, Estate Agent, South port. ? FOR SAI.H— Benson Cornet, cla=s A, silver plated; also small Writing DesU, with folding dooi; and lock up drawer. Apply Warren, 'Orara,' Queen street, Southpoi!t. TENDERS For lease of Garage at Oxenfoild; good Mechanic required. Apply — John S-g:n'.o, Upper Coo mencw NEW LAUNDRY OPENED MRS. FORSYTH announces that she has started on Up-to-date LAUNDRY. All...

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

'PHONE 314. THE NEW season FOOTBALL BOOTS , ? LIGHT OR HEAVYWEIGHT \ j |i ' and as illustrated A) ^ ? | The 'Harold Horder' / J KADE IN QUEENSLAND BOOT / :) ? , ' -rr For Durability second to none. ^^^1—-— As worn by Interstate an® Q Q International Players. V ® i^s is/6 entf 18/11. Pest free . ? REPAIRS Ty ley's Boot Store, SCARBOROUGH STREET. - SOUTHPORT The DIRECTOR TOURER Champion of its class The Director be came champion of its class when it travelled 5,000 miles in 4.751 minutes! Why be satisfied with less than a champion? You will thrill not only to excess power, easy steer ing, and brakes which have double the efficiency £425 Bumpers Extra Ex Wartfcoate* BrUbue accepted as stand ard—but also to the unusual riding comfort resulting from Studebaker'a exclusive BALLBEARING . - SPRING SHACKLES— the greatest advance in restful riding since balloon tyres. Only Studebalcer offers you this wonderful com fort feature. [?] EARL MOTORS, Nerang S*rcat, ?v Southport. WMQII9A ? ? ? . Bri...

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

r — ? | mere's Nothing New about the CHRYSLER I except the value! Every part has been ni nvod by years of service, and kept up to tha minute by sn stcr 'engineers and designers. Feel the silky smoothness of the Hydraulic Brakes! Note the absence of \ibrat!on due to the Impulse Neutralliers. You can only c-m-v.re a Chrysler with cars much high;r in price. DRIVE ONE AND PROVE m A DEMONSTRATION COSTS YOU NOTHING. The Southport Motor & Parking Co. Ltd. SCARBOROUGH-STREET, NEAR STATION. fHtNE 379. SOUTHPORT.

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NORTH STREET. GOSPEL HALL. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

NORTH STREET. GOSPEL HALL. Breaking of Bread — 11 a.m. Sunday Schooi- 2.30 rn» Gocpel Meeting — 7 pin.

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SALVATION ARMY. Scarborcugh Street. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

SALVATION ARMY. Scarborough street. Sunday, 11 iun. and 7.30 run. Sunday School, 2 p.m. Adjutant Cole and Captain Stephen son.

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RACING A COLD ENGINE. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

RACING A COLD ENGINE. One often hears drfvera — and quite frequ-ntly experienced drivers — who should know better — ractno' their; en gines up to warm them 'mrordlate'y they are ftartod from cold. Rrpid wear of beariigs is the result, for the oil Is not i* ''von a chance to circulate properly. The gojd driver lets h's 'naine tick over and warm uo erdu ally. Another tip in this direction .'s to let the ermine warm itself for i while and then stop it for a few minutes, vhen if the carbunettor is felt it my be found to be icy crld, due to the heat absortied by valorisa tion of the fuel. \\Twn stop.ped, tho heat from the waterjacketi will soak ?'nto the carburettor* and far b;tt*r fuel economy as well as increase! power will result. 'I'm buyiix; a wpshijig-maehine for mv wife as n bfrthday present.' 'That will be a surpri'e. eh'' ''Yes, quite! SVe's eypoctin~ a new car.'

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