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FOR THE MOTORIST New Fordson Tractor LATEST INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929
figssBsagssssaasss-asrs-a::- ' . — j) J FOR THE MOTORIST |) !' ? ? ? ? ? ? ? — -r— New Fordson Tractor LATEST INFORMATION. Production is now about to bo commenced at the plant recently in stalled at Cork. Ireland, for the manufacture of the entire world ie quircirjen's of Fordson Tractors. In addition to agricultural ti actors the Cork factory will pnrvlnro cvn mnrrial nrxlols. which will be lilted with solid rubber tyres. Advices just received irdicite tint as was expected, the new rcrcson will contain a number of imple ments. One which will be pa:ti:ubr ly ..j teciatrH in Australia i' a sub stantial increase in power. This v. Ii cnrblo tho Fordson to handle witn greater ease any of the agriculture imp'em~nt« for which a team of e ght horses is used. Ignition is now by Bosch type high tension magneto with impulse sii rte-. 'cnitim wires are enclosed in con duit. The cooling system includes a water-pump, like that In tbe new cir, oUn a new- fan. Lubiication has b*n iirprc*ved in the...
Dragged on Barb Wire BOY THROWN FROM HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929
Dragged on Barb Wire BOY THROWN FROM HORSE. Norman W. N'ewendorfT (lis years) rustained seriou« injuries when In was dragged across a netwoilk of b;ub wire by the h rae from which he had been thrown at Tweed Heads. The boy. who resides with re'atives in the vicinity of Warneleigh .Tweed lica 's, was riding ui a narrow water course, across whish barb-wine was stlnotchod at Internals rs a fen:'. The wire had bec Mij? c .vered with debris brought down by storm water, and the boy failed to notion it. Bs ec-ming entangle:), in the wire the hoise began to plunge, and the toy was thrown off. Ho still clung to the iie:ns however, and when the hcr-o freed itself and made off upstream the unfortunate lad was drrgged ccross the partly hidden wire, sus taining fearful gashes on both thlg'S and numerous lacerations on the back and head.
Ambulance Sports DAY OF INTEREST AND ENJOYMENT. FUN IN FANCY-DRESS FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929
Ambulance Sports DAY OP INTEREST AND ENJOY- . MENT. FUN IN FANOY-DRESS FOOTBALL The Southport showground was thronged with a happy crowd on Monday to see the sports prtoK rarmns arranged by the Ambulance Brigade, nnd they were kept interested thilou^h-ut the day, although, due to insufficient entries, a number of tie events had to be -.bandoned, but lit tle was lost from the spectators' point of view, for there was still plenty to please and interest. The element of comedy was pro vided by a fancy-dress frotball match. Scores were not taken, but it is gen erally assumed thBt the mixed team wen. Mixed is meant by tha hetero geneous collection of participants: Tho spectators were startled and not a little amused to roe a short-frorked flapper with a flowing sweep cf fiam Jng red hair thrown to thj breeze, at the same time showing a rather un maidenty display of limb as she main tained a persistent pursuit of the elusive sphere. One hardened charac ter Rave an insight into the realitie...
"I Speak the Truth" DOUBTERS CHALLENGED. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929
'I Speak the Truth' DOUBTERS CHALLENGED. Learning that a st5t?ra?nt wh'c'.i he made at Monday night's meetirg relative to tbe loss on the U-mji.e Carnival was questioned I-ir. W. H Lewis, its organiser, ran-fthe cdi'O-' of this paper to say he is pil-'P^roi to jinovo his statement. *T tell t h truth,' he said, *-and chillenpie a y one to prove otherwiso.' He a'so sa'd ho would cover! any sum up to £50 which anyone cared -to stake. Speaking furth.T, Mr. Lewis :a'd tint the best way fd.1 anyone to find out tho true position was to ring i p the Town Clerk of Lisirole, who w s secretary to the Carnival1. ''People can say what thev liie about me otherwise, but I will have nothing said against my honot\' in cluded Mr. Lewis. The statement ? that the loss was greater! than admitted by Mr. Leufa. arose from a report published in a bolder paper.
LIME DEFICIENCY. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929
LIME DEFICIENCY. Practically every farmer can tell, by observation of the natural herb age of his farm, whether tbe soil Is deficient in lime. The occurrence In excess 'Of such plants as sorrel, and of others like bracken and gorse is generally a sign of lime deficiency. Inability to grow clover and lucerne successfully Is another infallible in dlcatlon of a similar condition. Apart from an actual chemical analysis of the soil, a number of tests have been devised to determine whether the soli contains a suffi ciency of lime for agricultural needs. A somewhat rough and ready method Is to dry a small quantity of It, and adding to It a little dilute of hydrochloric acid. Effervescence In dicates the presence ot a carbonate, mostly probably limestone. In neu tral or sour soil no such efferves cence takes place. Blue litmus paper (obalnable from the chemist), may be used to find out if the soil Is sour. A little of .the soil should be taken from several places In the area-, to be examine...
Late Thomas Mulcahy POPULAR SPORTING MAN AND [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929
Late Thomas Mulcahy POPULAR SPORTING MAN AND The funeral of tho late Thomas Mulcahy, of Southport, whose death, as reported in last issue, took place at the Mater Hospital on May 1, moved from the station on the arrival of the Brisbane train and wa9 attend ed by a laijfie numbr of friends, with whom the deceased was held in high est esteem. He was born at Bundall, where ho &pent practically tbe whole of his life. He was well known as a keen sportsman, and always rady to take a prominent part In any useful move ment The coffin was covered with many beautiful wreaths^ Including one from the employees of Bradford and KcIvo-. The Rev. Father Goggan officiated at the graveside. He leaves a young widow, five sisters and three hro'hers to mourn a great losa One sister, the late Mrs. Haussmann, died six months ago. In our import of the death fast week it w*is stated that the ceccnsed was survived by a widow and three children. This was Incorrect, and was based on mistaken informatio...
INFECTIOUS ABORTION. ERADICATION IN AMERICA [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929
INFECTIOUS ABORTION. ERADICATION IN AMERICA Establishing and maintenance of abortion-free herds has boon carricd on by periodic blood testing anil com plete segregation of non-reacting ani mals and disposal of reactors at the Connecticut Experimental Station (United States). The eradication pi in has been in progress in this state for over four year*. We have at present 16 clean herds and 20 which are par tially lid of the disease. The^e herds vary In size from 20 to 100 animals. ?Somo are breeding herds and some ate eommercl.il dairies. In every case, the results have been the same. Milk pro duction has increased, the condition of tbe animals has been greatly im proved, and there has been a very small percentage of abortions. Breed ing has become more regular, and there have been fewer cases of tempor ary or permanent sterility. The calf ei op lias been large. Herds which had been previously operated at a loss have become paying investments. — Krom 1928 Report of the Director of St...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929
M. W. LOVE, FUEL MERCHANT, NERANG ROAD, SOUTHPORT. ?PHONE 407. Mr. C. G. Frew, L.D.Q., SURGEON DENTIST. COUNTRY PRESS CHAMBERS EDWARD-ST.. BRISBANE. S. B. WARD, M.Q.I&, AUTHORISED SURVEYOR. (Lite A.I.F.), Nerang Street. Southport. 'Phone 205. Bex 9. R. HcCOWAN, SOLICITOR, 334 QUEEN-STREET, BRISBANE New Zealsnd Insurance Chambers Also Narabour and Beaudesert. Will visit Southport EVERY FRIDAY, And. may be consulted at the Office R. G. Burnlston and Max Graham. Auctioneers, Scarborough-street. STEPHENS & TOZER SOLICITORS, Etc., Union Trntiee Buildings, (Comer George and Queen Streets, over H. F. Smith's), BRISBANE. West Burleigh.— Second Thursday in ? every month. Nerang.— Last Thursday in every month. Other plactt on application. The Southport School (Church of England Grammar School), Head Master; CANON DIXON, M.A., Cantab. ? Boys prepared for the Universities, or for Commercial Life. Splendid Sports Grounds, Cricket, Football. Tennis, Rowing, Bathing. Etc. SOUTHPORT...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929
? ? ? v# J. N. Skelton 1 BUTCHER QUEEN AND SCARBOROUGH STREETS ? SOUTHPORi *1 -3' Orders called for Daily and Prompt Delivery to Town Residents. Three. Deliveries each week to Bonowa an0 BandalL * For 1001b. or 501b. lots CORNED BEEF ' CANNOT BE EXCELLED ^ COUNTRY CUSTOMERS A SPECIALTY. .yg 'PHONES : Scarfcorouzh Street, 19 : Queen-street, 83. - _______ _ - — -i- ' % Northside Butchery j Q. A. JACKSON, 1 Family and Carcass Butchcr Scarborough Street (North), Southport uI/C PRIMEST BEEF ONLY ^ . CUSTOMERS WAITED ON DAILY. SHOP PHONE, 90; HOUSE 'PHONE, 19S. « & I If you want the best, combined | ^ I with civility and attention, try7 T ' f I COLVIN I '] I THE NEW BUTCHER j T | NERANG STREET, SOUTHPORT I ' ^ I 'PHONE 142 I J ? ? ? ? ? £ # The Prize— -4 £500 ?; j ? ' .v./)' ? ' 'ii The Story— . -. 'V If 'The Quartermaster' jj ?? ? : V:;. ?*, The Artist— ? ? * Norman Lindsay '- , ? ~ | The Date— -j May 22 i ^ ^ j Dhe bulletin ? A feast of good things in the issue of May 22 Be sure...
District Doings Upper Coomera News DEATH OF MRS MARY ANN WILSON. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929
I District Doings j - Upper Coomera News DEATH OF MRSL MARY ANN WILSON. Mrs. Mniy Ar.n Wilson, an old and resixcterl resident of Upper Coomera district, passed *way on the 30th April, at tho age of 85 years, eft er a short illness The late Mrs. Wilson, who has resided in thi9 district lor the past 60 years, arrived in Queens land in the sailing ship «'Wonatta' in the v«ar 1863. Tho funeral, which w*as very ar'e ly attendad, took place In the O iuijci of England portion of the Coomera cemetery, the Rev. Mr. V. H. WHts house being the officiating clergyman. The deceased lady was predeceased by het; husband a number of years, and leaves a grown up frjr.lly cf twJ eons and four daujihiors. — Miss L. Wilson (Brisb.me), Mr?. E. N. Smith (Southport), Miss Ai N. Wilson (Oxenford), Mrs. E. N. Dav idge (Brisbane), Messrs. R. N. ana G. Nl Wilson. The following wreaths were re ceived:— From her ihildren, grand children Mr. and Mrs. Walsh (Bris bane), Aubrey Chaml'ers (Brisbane), Mr. and Mis. Go...
A Box of Matches [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929
A Box of Matches I have a box of matches, and they go To light a Are for warmth, a pipe for peace, A lamp for guidance, or the candle's glow. For friendliness when daylight labours cease. Or one may come to nothing— break In two. Or In the ashes shed its scarlet crown; , Or scorch your fingers, burn the cap pet through. Or lay a rick in ruins, or a town. So they are spent, and vanish one by one, Brief altar-flames to happiness or strife; What shall I do when all of them are gone? — The matches are my years, the box my life. — 'F.H.,' in London Observer. A workman was able to stand up right In the mouth of a 60-ton whale killed recently off San Francisco. It was towed in to Us made into whale oil soap. A derrick barge was re quisitioned. to hoijt the great marine mammal oat of the water. Had on: this size swallowed Jonah he would have been quite as able to stretch his legs as the dwellers in some of the modeitn bungalows and flats.
Charcoal as a Purifier ITS GREAT VALUE. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929
Charcoal as a Purifier ITS GREAT VALUE. Alt sorts of Blass vessels and other utensils may be purified from longre tained smells of everv klnil. In the easiest and most perfect manner, by rinsing lliem out well with charcoal powder, after the grosser impurities have been scoured olf with sand and potash. Rubbing the teeth and wash ing out the mouth with fine charcoal powder will render the teeth heauil fully white, and the breath perfectly sweet, when an offensive breath has been owing to a scorbutic disposition of the gums. Putrid water Is Immed iately deprived of its bad smell by ?-harpoa1. When meat. fish, etc., from Intense heal or long keeping, are likely to become tainted, a simple mode of keeping them sound and healthful Is ti put a few pieces of charcoal, each aoout the size of an egg. into the pot o- snueenT* wherein the fish or flesh is to be boiled.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929
ST. HILDA'S SCHOOL, SOUTHPORT. Grand Garden Fete - In aild of the School Chapel Fund and St. Peter's Parish Church. WILL BE HELD IN THE SCHOOL GROUNDS ON SATURDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 18th, 1929. Official opening by the Right Rev. Bishop Le Fanu at 2.45 pjii ADMISSION: Adults 1/-; Child: en (under 12) 6cL g 4ti£2ce ic wish KING TEA-^ p s Let KING TEA add zest to the sharpened appetites |j a of your picnic luncheon. n J Brewed In the billy, KING TEA loses none of Us famous : :j uniform excellence— because tbe tiny leaves that are gathered In the early morning sonshine of their bill-crest | bone are specially selected for KING TEA. The rragrant 5 aroma and golden glory of KING TEA bate never been ex- i r j' celled. It is free from all trace of tannin. Mellow and E j exquisite — 'tis a fU companion la yon picnic basket. [j J .KING TEA I If* ' — -fii ? j|
NOW TO VOTE TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929
HOW TO VOTE TO-MORROW. What form of Government will Queensland have for tlie next three years? That is tlie question which the people themselves will have to decide in the vote that is to be taken to-morrow. There was a time when men looked to their favourite news paper for a lead in politics, but that time, so far as Australia is concerned, has passed. Now (he people prefer (o think for them selves; at least, have their own way. Tliey arc educated, have the God-given gift of intelligence, and arc grown up enough to know what is best for them in political policies. It may be that liiey do not think right; even that some do nol think al all. lull in-arken eagerly lo the. locsin call of party, the party to which, seemingly, their interests are allied. Be that as it may, the fact remains that wiiile, apparently, they are all thinkers — of a sort — all are nol listeners, and ready-made polities from the rival factory lias no weight in their scales, of judgment. All that matters to them ...
THE ROCK THE MAYOR PERISHED ON. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929
THE ROCK THE MAYOR PERISHED ON. Nobody can denv Mayor Grice the credit that is due to him for tlie work he has done on l.ehalf of Southport since he became its chief citizen. And everydody' ipust concede that he has made great sacrifices in it3 causo. The possession of a irasterly mind in the broad ambit of public affairs, hacked by superabundant energy and an infectious enthusiasm, has made him an outstanding figure in our communal life. These give him an undoubted claim upon our loyalty and respect. While that is so, even Mr. Orice himself must admit that there is a limit beyond which loyalty cannot go. Loyalty and admiration are not so elastic as to call for the complete subor dination of onr minds to tho judgement of someone else, or the subservience of our will. There can be no real progress without intelligent thought on the part of the multitude ; and it is only by coordinating that thought and mingling our ideas that we can best attain the end we aim at. This is just the roc...
LARGE HAUL OF TAILER. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929
LARGE HAUL OF TAILER. ' .Mr. Willl.tiii l. iv. t-'. -if iWiinc: f.uii^. ami one of Hi' oldest ri'fl.lenl« nf tills fctiti -?. ii|«'1H«I 111' wliil' r fl*liln-r -ea- son bv a lariro haul of lailcr on Mon day ill --hl. Tlie fMi ransred from \ lo'' '.b». ami wor'1 causlit off Hurieigh lliacli. tin Tuesilay nisht an army of 'anplt'rs Irleil Hi' -ani' ^pot n^hi'tl by our mutual friend 'William — and tliey are still trying.
SOCIAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929
SOCIAL NEWS. Guests at the Burlelph Hotel during the week-end: Mr. and Mrs. Sllvcrton (Brisbane). Mr. and Mrs. Jorgen«on and child (Brisbane), Captain and Mrs. Plant (Brisbane), Mr. and Mrs. Nixon Smith and child (Brisbane). Mr. and Mrs. G. Collins (Brisbane). Misses E. Burpe. L. Jackson, Winnie Turner. I.. Kreulrher. E. Martin, L. Mlllerchap (Brisbane). Messrs. Le-Good', Shiels, Hastings (2). T. Trellfnrd. V. and C. skinner. G. and H. Wacker and R. Grimley 'Brisbane). '? Oeean Beaeh House: Mr. and Mr«. Fintl'v 'Brisbane). E. Garden. E. Win slanley. C. E. Be«tman. T. J. Hourl pan. Al 'shallniar': Mr. and Mrs. Gond rliap (BrNbane). Mr. and Mrs. Me Allsler and family, Mr. and Mrs. I'hl mann. At 'Iorona': Messrs. C. It. White fKillarncy). A. J. McMillan (Allora). Mr. and' Mrs. Preston fClavfleld). Messrs. T. W. and I.. Gray. B. Povser, T. Bose. F. J. Mvers. P. ICeatinp. J. Kennv. E. Smale«, ('. Brough. S. Ken CSSEjy^ ? drlck, F. J. Myers. V. r.awson (Irs wlcli). G. Slnelar 'Slanthorpe)...
CHURCH SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929
CHURCH SOCIAL. A siicrc-fnl dance and euchre iurtv was held ill J :irva-s Hall, Burieigh, Inst Krid.iy; in :i i d of Church of Eng- . land funds. Dalntv refreshment* were served by III' ladles of tlie Otilld. Mr. F. J. Sinilli m:|-i r\is'd 111' dancing. Kiiclire prizes were won l-y .Mr. H. Poyscr (pentsl and Mrs. \\ . H. l.larKe. A sale of work was al«o conducted hy Mrs. L. .1. Kiimlinore. Siiss M. Mc Millan's. Peerless Orchestra supplied ' Ihe music. I'r-.-ent: Mr. anil .Mrs. K. J. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. l-\ Philips Mr. and Mrs. .1. Jarvis. Mesdamcs W. R. Clarke, I.utrpe. l.olimann, I.. C. Flnnlmore. H. Hmllh. Mlss«-s o. West. T. Jarxls-. Mae «mal--s. I.yl.i I'hllllps. I.uey White, Maidle Smales. Alma Crook. .Rose. ?. Dorothy Justins,' Clara Xewlon, Ruby Banks.' tollman (2-. Kennedv. peps. Edna Kendriek. Klmlln. M. Mr.MIIIan, Vera I'hillip*. Xllss P. Honlike. S. Pepp. F. I'hllllps. n. Noonan. I.eo Kennv. V. and G. Banks, Miss E. Smith (Bris bane) anil Mr, E. Foot of Dalbv.