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

H. J. F. Loagheed, (Late HOLD EN- BROS.), HOUSE & COACH PAINTER. SIGNWRITERS, CAR ENAMELLERS . '' *Ph«Jta 215. - Agents for RIPOUN ENAMEL. . SQARBOROUGH-ST, SOUTHPORT. St. Hilda's School SOUTHPORT..' *. Church of England Grammar School for Girls. - For prospectus and all particulars opply— WfNIFMaj L. FITTOCK. B_A_ ' principal. K. B. PRICE SOLICITOR, BARNES' CORNER. (Opposite Post Office). SOUTHPORT. Visits Nerang every Tuesday; lJu»- 4 lelgh every Wednesday afternoon. THONE 453. WHEN THERE IS CARRING TO BE DONE KINGSTON IS THE MAN TO UO IT. iif* A. P. KINGSTON. 'Phone 3. — , Stevens-street. . ? »?' T* r . | never rsx; so in my life To restore loir appetite— use XVriglef'i. Your doctor will tell you how the act of chewing soothes your nervous system -bow the delightful cleansing action of Wriglty's refreshes the mouth— gives yon a healthy feelingof hunger at meal- ' ' 'mis' i - nimi!r\ iwr I ? Tone the Sjsfem By the Aid of Dr. MORSE'S . INDIAN ROOT PILLS I Many serious illne...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Pier Pavilion THIS SATURDAY. RONALD COLMAN IN "THE RESCUE." [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

Pier Pavilion !0! THIS SATURDAY. ItOXALlI COLMAX IX 'TIIE RESCUE.' S The slory of the famous Conrad c, romance concerns an English trader I mid free-booter who lias become iti volved in native wars, trying to repay fU a native Rajah for his past services In , ' assisting him hack to the throne from '$ ' which lie lias been exile;!. The ap | , pearancc of an English jaciit on the 5 ucene of these contraband operations P . brings complications In the shape of Is- a beautiful Frenchwoman of the yacht f ing party with whom the trader falls ? In -!-:?. it- The struggle between his ob . iigiOJonu- l» his nalive friend a and ills S'f' ? for Mrs Tra\-»rs (fives Colnian an *«' , ^?»,-trn|)lc opportunity for the liner It , aetliif' for wlileh tie is noted. ,§?' Jiw-* ICalianamnku. tlie famous m. nw.m'n'B-r et.vmplon. Phillip Strange lit' and l-aska Winters are other names -fc prominent In the tllm world who have fe'v,. Important roles in 'The lieseue.' ii'' OT.i; ?, T.-iCIIBClIOWA IX 'MOULIX ...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Albert Electorate MR, MORAN AT UPPER COOMERA. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

Albert Electorate |l MR. MORAN AT. UPPER COOMERA. Mr. 0. L. Moran (Beenlelffh), tho endorsed Labor candidate for the ' Albert electorate, addwsieid a small but sttcntlve gattedng of the elec tors of tlifs district at the School ot J. Arts. Upper Coomera, on the 3rd Inst, Mr. J. Hart being In the chair. ! Mr. Moran nevlewwJ the ntfiMiias oi toe Labor party whilst in power, rftcr which; Mr. Moors came in for severe criticism on Ms reduction of salaries for membefls and his borrow ing policy. Mr. Moran stressed that | the aim of th« Lalior pmrtv «-ns 'Ths *' fireatest happiness for t!'e rrcatcrt number.' Mr.' Mnftinness, President of the A.L.P. supported Mr. lloraa The meeting; terminated with a vote of thanlcs to the chaift v ' (F'' ytltfcorr. Upper Coomera.) - 7

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Reading for Children THE LOST [?]IS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

Reading for Children THE LOST OASIS. ('My .Magazine.') As Tcrcnce and his cousin Bernard came down the narrow, picturesque street of a gay little town In tho val ley of the Xllo one afternoon ihe hoys wore stopped by an old beggar, who rose up In a flutter of rags from tils occupation ot telling fortunes in the sand to bar their path -with an out stretched palm and a whine for back sheesh. So persistent was he that at last IJernartl rebuffed him. 'Go away!' said the big blond youth, scowilUB heavily, 'It ts not money you should be begging for. but manners.' '.Money and manners!' echoed tho old man, speaking in unexpectedly fluent English. '1 illil but ask from the Sntidel the thing of which I knew lie had most.' Happy-go-lucky Terence burst into a laugh. The joke tickled him. lie slipped a -silver coin Into the out stretched palm before rejoining Ber nard, who had walked on In olfcnce. After the two boys had passed throuen the huddle of white, flatroof Hi houses, and come to the fri...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shark Caught at Tweed ANGLER'S EXCITEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

Shark Caught at Tweed ANGLER'S Ei(OlTEMENT. 1 ? WWle fisWnf; from tho training: wall of thfl Tweed river, ? near the bowllrjf green. Mr. Young, ot Tweed . Hsa ft landed a j^ev- nurse tharfc I measuring 5ft. 3ln. Mr. Younj won I* rfered what sort of fish h» ted on his - 'ne ard ex-erienced all the ♦hrllls of ||i* . big firfifng in effecting tho landing'.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NORTH STREET, GOSPEL HALL. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929

NORTH STREET. GOSPEL HALL. Breaking of Bread — 11 am. Sunday School- 2/S0 r-n-- Gospel Meeting— 7 pit

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929

Save £13 On Your New DeSotoSix Chrysler's Latest Car DE SOTO SIX TOURERS, REDUCED FROM £317 to £304 Delivered Brisbane De Soto Six — true to the traditions of its name sak*-»-is the pioneer of greater Values in the field of low-priced sixes — the discove*— ? of new heights of beauty, performance, and comfort — and the product of Chrysler engineering and Chrysler Standardised Quality. The equipment which goes with the De Soto Six Tourer at the new reduced price of £304 includes Spare l yre, Cowl Lamps, and Hydraulic Shock Absorbers. Call and inspect this money-saved model to-day. LOCAL EARL MOTORS LTD. DEALER STRADBROKE MOTORS LIMITED ADELAIDE »1 BOUNDABT STREETS, BRISBANE — i^— — *? There's Nothing New about the CHRYSLER except the value! IPrices from £270 Every part has been proved by years of servicc, and keot up to thj minute by mister engineers and designers. Feel the silky smoothness of the Hydraulic Brakes! Note the absence of \ibration due to the Impulse Neutralizes. You can ...

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METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929

«ETHODIST CHURCH Southport, 11 a-m. Burleigh Heads, 7.30 tun. Rev. P. J. LANHAM, P.A. Sout-Sport, 7.30 pjn. Mr. H. l'illing.

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SALVATION ARMY. Scarborough Street. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929

SALVATION ARMY. Scarborough Street. Sunday. 11 a.m. and 7.30 pjm. Sunday School. 2 i-.m. Adjutant Cole r.nd Captain Stephen ton.

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THE BUNYIP'S HAUNT. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929

THE BUN YIP'S HAUNT. The writer gleaned from a pioneer of the district acquainted with the habits of the elusive bunvlp, that ow ing to recent hush Ores, Lord Bunvlp will not return to his old haunt (the swamp) opposite the Miami Hotel this winter. Burleigh and West Burlelsh - leslilents may venture out without an Alladin lamp!

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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SOCIAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929

SOCIAL NEWS. Staying at 'lorana': Mrs. Hugh Simpson (Brisbane), and Mr. Stewart Simpson. Miss Elsie Marshall .who was re cently' .married, has left the district. Miss 'Marshall will be greatly missed by her many friends, especially by fol lowers of lzaak Walton.

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STRAYING STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929

STRAYING STOCK. Tin- Xerang Council's warning to people regarding straying stock. Is ap parently unheeded by some owners. . Draught liorses and dairy cattle are still a source of danger to the travel ling public, especially after nightfall.

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District Doings Burleigh News ORCHESTRA ORGANISED. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929

liUlllHIII 1 1 1 II I II I Mil IH II 1 1 1 1 H 1 1 1 11HTTTTT1JJ District Doings 1 Burleigh News ORCHESTRA ORGANISED. - Through the efforts of Miss Mary McMillan, 'Iorana.' Burleigh, has been provided with an up-to-date orchestra. The orchestra officially opened their season by rendering a well-chosen programme of dance melodies at the recent Church of England social.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929

J. D. ANDREWS, AaclioMcr mm! Cowmiion Ag-Bt, TALLEBUDGCRA. Sales held In any part of the District. FARMS FOR SALE Write for list to — J. D. ANDREWf Winifred Elsie Hopkins L.T.C.L, A.T.QXw Organist of St. Peter's Church. Teacher of Pianoforte, Violin, Hancony, and Theory. Students prepared for all Music g»«m« Address: — 'St. Gregory,' 'Queen Street, Southport. Regnant Picture Cbeatre Direction: THAMS BROS Where the 5$e»t Sitturet are Shown SATURDAY, MAY 18. Outcast Featuring Corinne Griffith — And — Cl»e Desert Bride Featuring Betty Compjon Also, a Good Comedy WEDNESDAY, MAY 22 Cbe Deadwood Coach Futiralg Tom Kx — And — Hew Sear's 6 Feats ring Mary Astor Also, a Good Comedy WHITE'S YOUR DRAPER BIG PURCHASE _ OP — Reversible Floor Mats — AND — Reversible Door Slips Owing, to the delay in the arrival of these goods from oversees, we must effect a speedy clearance, and will offer them at Sensational Prices 150 REVERSIBLE FLOOR 'MATS. In 25 different designs! All One Price 5s lOd each } ...

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GREAT WHITE WAY FROM LAND'S END TO MEYER'S FERRY THREE MILES OF TWINKLING PAGEANTRY [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929

GREAT WHITE WAY FROM LAND'S END TO MEYER'S FERRY three miles of TWINKLING pageantry If a propocal submitted to Tuesday'* meeting of the Town Council Is carrie'd Into effect, Southport will ita%. Its 'G rei. '.Vhite Way,' and the pageantry of stars In the heavenly dom. will have a rival In a merry chain of twinkling lights that will glv. added mysiery jr.d charm to tile pattering waters of bay and ocean along which they arc to run for a distance of nearly thrM miles. The area to oe covered spreaos imm i.uw- ? j» — Surfers* Paradise, the name It Is becoming known by. The extra cost will be £400 a eir, and at this price ? commit tee of the Council is considering the proposal. Whilb alder.rei liked the idea there seemed to b. a feeNntg that the cost— I'ke the ? cost of all lighting,— was hiflh. The iaopos.il W.1S contained in a let ter road from the Electric Construc ts Company of AiMrjlia. and Mr. i;.nlon Kane, the company's chief i voutho. was there to amplify It. The letter suggested...

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WEDNESDAY, MAY 22 The Deadwood Coach [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929

WEDNESDAY, MAY 22 The Deadwood Coach One of the most exciting picture Tom Mix has ever produced, there is not a dull moment in it and the beautfiul Desert and Mountain scenes give it an added charm. The ttcry was filmed in the South Dakota Bad Lands, the locale of the original Dead wood Ooachi New Yell's Eve Tho romance of a New Year's Evte — and her Mam who with all his mil lions had the most exciting time of his life with a hnnflrart dollars. Love, life arid the pursuit of hap piness — with a beautiful girl tile pur suer. For cooking vegetables a table spoonful of salt should be added to every gallon of water.

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MR. T. F. PLUNKETT'S WOMEN'S CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929

MR. T. V. PLIJNKETPS WOf.ESM'S CAMPAIGN COMTlTTEE Ka-k Row: — Mis. J. Hopkins (Beaude.ert), ?!rs. Campbell. Mrs. Bastick, ? Mrs. R. Johnston. Front Kow: — MI'S Parr. M'B ! lo-', Mr. Piunkett. Mr*. l'urkett.^ i.rs. Freeman, Mrs. Rcotes.

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Regnant Theatre SATURDAY MAY 18 The Outcast [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929

Regnant Theatre SATURDAY MAY IS The Outcast Two wonderful interpretations by beautiful Corinne Griffith. The Out cast—penniless, scorned, stifled in a life of soijdidness and squalor. And the outcast (regenerated by the love of a man who could see beyond the scornful pointing of the ignorant into the depths of a soul where light had beer, denied entrance. Into the heart that' had mistaken passion for love. The Desert Bride Here is a swift moving dmoa of the Near East ioniamng ;.icnty of .iction, thrills and suspense. It is the type of picture vou enjoy. Dazzling splen dour of Arabia— colorful atmosphere at a military ball — moon'jght nights on djesert sands — tense scenes in sec ret chambers — will hold your interest as an adventurous love stq^ Is told on the screen..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929

C. A. BELL. RACECOURSE. ROAD. SOUTHPORT. BUILDER & CONTRACTOR. SHOP AND OFF3CE FITTER. SHOW CASE SPECIALIST. Alteration and Repairs. ESTIMATES GIVEN. Agent far SEA INSURANCE CO. .'PHONE 352. 'JV1URILLA ' MERON STREET Accommodation for Permanent Bo&nders. MODERATE TARIFF *PHom 217. BE SAFE! Use SANDER & SONS' PURE VOLATILE EUCALYPTI EXTRACT, whose parity and strength fop it the verdict of a Supreme vKSt. Ihe distinctions of Exhibitions and the patronage of tte whole medical profession. SANDER'S contains highest percentage ethereal eccaiyptol and is an unrivalled disinfectant. SANDER'S gives instantaneous lelief in headache, fevers, colds, 'flu, catarrh, lung and stcmach troubles, dicers, burns wounds, sprains. .* few drops In water taken internally will restore vfeor. SANDER'S is the genuine, and has none of the deleteri ous effects of crude oils or so-called ?'extracts.' Refuse to accept any substitute sold for 'just as ctod.' SANDER'S is the essence of the r...

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Southern Fruit Markets [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929

Southern Fruit Markets The Committee of Direction of Fruit Marketing, 'market reports:— - Melbourne hy wire , 1 4 instant:— Hananas, anticipate no alteration on las»t Fridays* prices, which were:— Special 24/- to 25/-, choice 22/- to 2-1/-, standard IT/- to 21/-, plain 12/- to lf»/-; pineapples, smooth 14/ to 22/-. Hip!eys 14/- to 16/-; oranges, 11/- to 15/-; mandaiinst 16/- to 20/-; custard apples, 8/- to 10/-; passions, 7/- to !-/-; beans, 2d. to 4d, per lb. Sydney by wire, 14tb instant: — Bananas: Special 27/- to 30/-, choice 23/- to 26/-, standard 18/- to 22/-. plain 12/- to 17/-: pineapples, Mnooth, 14/- to 24/-, Riplevs 12/- to 16/-; passions, $/- to 16/-; tomatoes, 5/- to 10/-; custard apples, 5/- to 8/-: oranges, 6/- to 12/-; mandarins, 12/- to 16/-; papaws, 16/- to 20/-.

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