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IN THE REALM OF SPORT On the Ball SOUTHPORT DEFEATED COOLANGATTA WINS ON THE POST [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929
S. IN THE REALM OF SPORT & [ (fafeSsas: : , . : ??sszizsssss.s&isssz aiss : - = On the Ball SOUTHPOK?DEFEATED COOLANGATTA WJNS ON THE POSE Once moro Southport footballers had to submit to defeat when they met Coolangatta on the local ground on Saturday. After a hard, bright and an even go, ttie visitors carried off the plums by three points to nil. The game was hard fought but clean and provided some exciting moments. Coolangatta*s forwards had the better of matters in the scrums and in the rucking, with the hark ditisions equal. For the winners isrady, t»anr anu uee were ouiswnu ing among the backs, while V. Jones at the full-back portion \«4S superior to his vis-a-vis on the day's play. The Napper fraternity were always pro minent both in attack and defence, as also were Schneider and Scully for the losers. \V. Ford at centre was a tower of strength, his taking being a feature of his play. The forwards alt played manfully, but were all severely handicapped by their...
Marlon Davies in "The Cardboard Lover" [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929
Marlon David In 'The Cardboard Lover' ?The Cardboarjd Lovdr' is a treat for those whose digestion can stand two hours of steady laughter, with a bit of pathos now and again to season the comady. The romantic story opens with the arrival of a young American girt as played hy Miss Da/ies, at Monte Carlo with a group of other college girls in a Cook' Tour party. At the world's gambling capital she meets Nils Astheii a tennis champion in the midst of an affair with a noteid siren, played by Jetta Goudal. Although Asthet* 'knows of Kls mistress's un faithfulness, he is unable to tear him self away from hit „
With the Rifle SOUTHPORT CLUB SHOOT [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929
With the Rifle southport club shoot Hie Southport Rifle Club fired the May monthly competition last week end over 300 , 500 and 600 yards ranj£e«. Tha conditions were gcod. Nineteen members competed. G- Ellis won the dioot, with 96 off rifle and 12 handicap. Other good scores were: — R Akes 97, J. Boyd. EL Forster an) EI L Freeman 95 each. J. Boyd ro istered the possible at 500yard!l F. El Stewart the youngest m m her of the club, showed, wo.-.dirful improvement by putting on the flue score, of 92 off rifle and missing the possible at 600 yards, by a very naj' trow margin, on his last (hot. ' Con gratulations Fred.' Ken Lahrs is also sh.wirg Er:a'. improvement, and put up a Rood 93. It is probable that Soutfcpo-t will a pain be able to put a strong C l'r;di team out for. fixtures next season. FoUcwing are the sc.' res in the first five being prize winners: — 300 600 600 O.K. Ttl G. Ellis (12) 32 32 32 £6 108 F. E. Sttwairt 15) 29 29 ?4 92 107 Les Ellis (12) 30 33 31 94 10f- K. Lahpi...
Pier Pavilion THIS SATURDAY Jean Hersholt in "Jazz Mad" [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929
Pier Pavilion THIS SATUBDAY Jean Hersholt in uJm Mad' ''Jazz Mad' revolves aflound the stoey of an old iriisiclan, although the romantic csements, prowled by the musicians' daughter and. her be trothed, strongly j.redomi nato tn the scenes. 'After raiding the story directors of the world-famed Holly wood Bowl co-ooeiated in lendw the use of the gigantic amphitheatre for thle prducticn. This is the liist time in the history of the Bowl that they have permitted, its use for mo tion pictures. Dr. Alfred Hertz, fam ous conductor of the Bowl orchestra, not only loaned his support, but play ed the part of Himself us the picture1. The theme of 'Jazz Mad' fs cut standing because of its beauty and sincerity. There are no blood curdling situations, no visions of life on its ugly side — only great drama nt its highest pitch.
MR. T. F. PLUNKETT'S MEN'S CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929
Mk. T. F. PLUNKETVS WEN'S CAfflPASGN COMMITTEE. ^ Back Row:— J. J. DeT.p-.ey. D. Beale, T. J. Kropp, R. M. Robinsin J. Pun-is P. C. Moore. C ptein H. M. Frewen. Centre Row: — A. R. A'.'.c'r.ws, J. Hopkins, g. W. Mason. J. Shep^ei il (Ch.-ilriran), T. F. Piunkett, M.J. Sullivan (Hon. Secretary). A. E. Watts ((Xyaniiser). Front Rcw; — A. Baahim P. Jro'-man, E. D. Andrews. Insets Top:— Geo. Andrews, R. Johnston, Bottom: — J. D. Steele, H. Bigjs.
THE RIGHT TO WORK DEPUTATION OF UNEMPLOYED COUNCIL ASKED TO ACT [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929
Si THE RIGHT TO WORK ' f J DEPUTATION OF UNEMPLOYED COUNCIL ASKED TO ACT Thct all Is not sunshine In Sunny Southport was made evident from a deputation of unemployed which waited upon the 8outhport Town Council on Tuesday and asked to be given the right to work. One was surprised to learn the extent to which unemployment . existed and be told of the unhappy plight of the workless, but he was 'amazed to loam on the authority of the deputation, that work that wis being dono with ratepayers' money was being paid to worxers orougni in by contractors from outside. These men have a right to live also, but the- men of the town who have made their homo here must have first call on the work that is going. That Is all the deputation asked for. That Is the least the workless have a right to expect. The imputation, which represented 43 unei»|»!o-cMl. was Introduced by Aid. Pysdt«n. ami cotnprNod Messrs. I*. mid \V. Marshall «s spoKom' n. The ease for the nu n was Mt out In a nMiuorundum, which ...
Citizens Must Pay QUESTION OF KERB INVERTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929
Citizens Must Pay QUESTIO X OF KERB INVEItTS. For tlic second time the Southport Council lias been called upon to dis cuss the vexed question of the change made for kerl) Inverts in the work that Is proceeding throughout the town. The Council at its meeting on Tues day had about a dozen tellers before it objecting In some form or other lo the pavment and seeking relief. One from the Wardens of St. Peter's Church was taken as a lest to deter mine If anj tiling could lie done. The Church Wardens had the additional objection lo pay that the Council had objection lo say that the Council had removed the ln\erts which the Church had there. The Mayor asked the Town Clerk If they were 'bound to Lind a-, they were bound to Hlcc, to which the clerk re plied In Ihe affirmative. The condi tions were the same In both cases. Aid. Beale mentioned that the con tract rate was £20 per chain for chan nelling and £30 per chain for Inverts, lie thought the Council could do It cheaper than this. The Cler...
VACUUM TANKS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929
VACUUM TANKS. It scrojttmes happens with i vacuum tank that if tie petWl tanTc is allowed to run dry. upon refilling the matn tank the vacuum tank re fuses to act. This trcuMe is i r:b by due to one of the valves stick1 rv* If the air vent be closed, with ons fln ytr, the system will at once com mence to wortc again, rrid. owine to the inosh supply of fuel wettlne the valvws it will continue to do so. A rran wss proudly exhibiting to a friend his rewh*-*,ciu1!:ed cn-, v h'ch was of a certain popular m-ke. 'rth,' said the friend, ''so you've pot one of tho-e. I slvwll ha-.--- tH'U^ht you would la\T gone in for somo thine — w?il — a little nut uncom mon.' 'It is uncommon' retrrted \h? owrer. in'iignantl-y ''In fact, in a s-nse. itVi un'quci. I've n.iid for it,'
LEATHER UPHOLSTERY. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929
LEATHER UPHOLSTERY. Unless you wish to crack lca'hr upholstery, do not us? retiol in cleaning it. One fairly good way to J^t off dirt from leather is to use flatn witer to which a little am monia has been artded. At'er this h-s -!ri~). the le tree should be rubbed biskly with a w-tf cloth, !Uch as flannel or cheesecloth. If you ?wish to do the b'st thin-r ---ss'b~e for the leather either rurchase oni of the rrepired lcathe-i dre=sin s. cr make some yourself. For this pur I o~p a trJxture of two .part3 of 'fn seed oil to one of turpentine is as effective as anythirg else.
INCREASE IN REBOUND. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929
INCREASE IN REBOUND. It is a fallacy to suppose that sbocik ab;o^bjre ha\'e not any necV anrsm which hequires adjustment foom time to time. It Is not enough! simply to have shock rbsorbcrs on the car and to ignore them utterly. If good, riding comfort is soucht, th:n they must receive their share of up keep attention. Snubbers with 'Ifx iHIp strara wMeh connect th* S'lt'bber to the axle will require tigh'ening up from time to time and particu larly after* tho first few tKusmd mile.-, tiurinjr which tbe fabric st-av3 are hound to ttretch to sosrv extnt. See, too, that any advice in tbe In struction book relative to the mnin '.enance of the interior mechanism of the particular sort of snubber tittei is carriod cum. Friction disc shock ab--o!,bet7s may ro-.ulre ti . iv.cr.l'nc oc casionally and this is accomplished, bv ?screwing up the adjusting riut, which results In a greater degree of fric tionM contact between the discs. The amateur, however, must take cajio not to overdo this, as ...
TO REPRESENT AUSTRALIA AT BRITISH FIRST-AID CONVENTON. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929
TO REPRESENT AUSTRALIA AT BRITISH FIRST-AID CONVEXTON. Sailing for England to represent Australia at the Annual Flrst-ald Convention conducted by the St. John's Ambulance and also at the Duke of York's Bay Scouts Camp, is Sir. \V. L. Miller. Welfare Officer ot Ford Motor Company of Australia Pty. Ltd.. on board the S. S. Orford. ine Meuare wt'ijai IILIL-IIL ui ru»u Motor Company offers a unique ser vice for every employee. This work is under the direction of Mr. Miller, who has to be a 'walking encyclo paedia' to deal with the diversity of enquiries that confront him daily. These concern bousing, tegal mat ters. technical books, educational courses, board and lodgings, electoral rolls. Income tax returns, vocational advice for children of employees, holiday tours, ctc. He also controls the First-aid De partment at the Ford Factory — stat- ed by experts to be one of the best equipped Industrial First-aid Depart ments in Australia. Machinery values are ranked high In the Ford Motor Co...
FOR THE MOTORIST TAPPET MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929
fi^==g==s;=;r= ==;-= = =-= :-. ; = = =- : j FOR I HE MOTORIST j l-=-=-=-T-r--=-=-=.J.----^= : i-.-aaa == : =?:?:=?= = = ' = =? = ==SBI TAPPET IHATTERS. Allusions have often been made to tappet adjustment and the vital ne cessity for tho owr.er-driver keeping a watchful eye cn this part of ths engine. In order to avoid power !oss;s and unsatisfactory pdrforrnince. Al though certain manufacturers do rot lay great rtrtas on the f«cessily fcr making tappet adjustment v.nen tiw engine has become thoroughly vann ed up, tharo are very pood le-rsors .why tappets should never be td u;' cd when the engine is cold. When tappet adjustment is made with a cold engine it Is always necessary to ret the tappets to a srmewhat wdsr clearance, to compensate for the tub sequent expansion of the metal, when the engine becomes heated. Even as suming that all tho tappets were to expand to an identical extent, the ad justment with the cold engine needs Is more or less a nutter of guess wolrk; but If it is r...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929
'PHONE 314. THE NEW SEASON FOOTBALL BOOTS n a, . LIGHT OR HEAVYWEIGHT \ '*J p and as illustrated J/ A The 'Harold H order' _ / If BADE IN QUEENSLAND BOOT / ;:j| For Durability second to none. As worn by Interstate an** © ^1 International Players. rT ©' ^ 18/6 18/11' Port ,PB* ^ ? 1 — ' REPAIRS Tyley's Boot Store, SCARBOROUGH STREET. — SOUTHPORT «=T he Erskine Six= Tourer at £315 (EX WAREHOUSE) BRISBANE Today's Greatest Value' Tomorrow's Smartness Unequalled Performance Speed, Comfort. LOCAL DEALER: EARL MOTORS, WEQ51 Brilliant Performance There is plenty of power in the famous Improved Victory Six — it excels in pick-up, in acceleration and in flexibility and gives a smooth and brilliant performance at all speeds. Unique Victory Six body construction, with ' ^ the center of gravity lowered, delivers un paralleled riding ease and ro&dability. Altogether a smart six of exceptional per formance is this Dodge Brothers Improved Victory. Dodge Brothers complete line of passenger v...
Handy to Know [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929
| Handy to Know | A paper clip of the bulldog type makes a useful clamp for holding ?mall articles la position after glueing, m * ? A tray for carrying bottles safely may be made by trimming the tops nea'tlv ofT some empty tins Into which tlie bases of the boll!. s will lit snugly. and n.lllfn? through the bottoms Of the tins to a board provided with handles at cach ent. ? a ? Spirit of camphor, obtainable at chemists', will remove the white stains on mahogany anil other dark woods caused by heat. Apply the spirit with a clean rag, and do not rub lu; polish off with a soft duster. ? ? ? Wide screws, such as the cap or a radiator or of a petrol tank are liable to cross In the thread if an attempt. is made to force them. The simplest . way to get the correct thread on which to begin screwing up Is to place the cap on the filler and work it round as tliou?h nnscrcwing. At a point when ? the two threads are in opposition a slight click will be heard, when the cap may be screwed on easil...
Foreshore Beautification CITY OFFICER TO ASSIST. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929
Foreshore Beautification CITY OFFICER TO ASSIST. In answer to a request from the Southport Town Council asking it Mr. Earle, Brisbane City Town Plan ner, could be made available to pre pare the plan of foreshore improve ment at Southport, and on what terms, the Council was advised by Mayor Jolly on Tuesday that Mr. Earle's services could be available on the Council aeraein? to n*v nnf. of-pocket expenses. The intimation was received with pleasure, and a motion accepting the offer was carried. The report will include a surrey and plan, and on this a request will be made to the Treasurer for a loan to proceed with the work. Mr. Earle posseses very high quali fications as a town planner, and the citizens of Southort may hope ' for a scheme which will mean much to the towns' future progress and at tractiveness.
Royal National Show [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929
Royal National Show The Royal National Association has its preparations for the August Show well in hand. Extensive ground im provements which will make complete the comfort and convenience afforded to patrons have been undertaken, and the greater work in this connection has already been completed. Beef cattle raisers uu u-er tuc «*»* icjwiww know that a new pavilion with modern stalling arrangements has been built and will provide for the complete housing of beef cattlc exhibits under one roof. Adjacent to this building is the new pavilion on the same lines for ? the housing of pig exhibits. Live stock raisers on their visit to the annual show this year will see the completion of the extensive live stock accommodation scheme which has been in progress during the last four years. Commencing with horses, the interested visitor moves on to fat cattle, fat sheep, pigs, beef cattlc, and then on to the commodious pavilions which were built last year to hous6 the dairy cattle, exhibits, t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929
CHILLY WINTER APPROACHES I W00P5' HOT PIES ?EAT OR FRUIT, Ht*n desired effect of warming apd stimulating the whole System. Watch for the Cart and secure your supplies. Pastries, Cakes, pad All Other Refreshments of the Highest Qual ity on Hand. * REFRESHMENTS AT ALL HOURS. CHOICEST FRUIT AND VEGETABLES. H. H. WOODS, THE WHITE CAFE, NERANG STREET, — SOUTHPORT. y 'PHONE 375. You can't Judge a Sausage by its Shiny Overcoat— Neithei ran you Judge our Bread until you've tried it ? Our Buns have a Special Flavour You can order them from our Garter *PH*NE 255. J E. MARRABLE, BAKER AND PASTRYCOOK SCARBOROUGH ST, NORTHSID E, SOUTHPORT. LOOK! If you think we are trying to do . a good thing by keeping down the price of General Drapery, Grocery, and Hardware we would be pleased if you would call and give us a trial. In our Grocery department you can . obtain Cash and Carry prices — prompt cash with order Orders called tor and delivered as usual J. Purvis & Sons, 7 ^ The Big Corner Block...
Spooning Couples LIGHTS WILL MOVE THEM ON. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929
Spooning Couples LIGHTS WILL MOVE* THEM ON. We have it on no less an* authority than Mayor Qriee that there is a bad time in store for the spooning couples that nightly inhabit the shad owed nooks of the Esplanade and Marine Parade. During a discussion at the Council meeting on Tuesday he remarked that 'when we get the Great White Way, courting couples shadows will have to find some other dark places In which to do their spooning.' The remark was In answer to a suggestion that some of the ratepayers would be disturbed when they heard of the proposal. The way in which hi3 Worship saw it there would be more people than the ratepayers disturbed.