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On the Green SATURDAY'S PLAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929

On the Green SATURDAY'S PLAY. Play on the Southport green on Saturday resulted: — Cavlll, Kretschmar, Blrbeck . ..27 Shllilto, Wilkinson. A. R. Andrews 15 Biggs. Bertwlstle, Clark ? 34 Maltman, O'Donohue, Adkins .. SS Thams, Hamlyn, Derrick. Ward . . 21 Pohlman. Purvis. Akes, Ledbury . 17 Cochrane. II. Kapler. Monkhouse 32 Woods, Cilbert (Toowong), Carey 11

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

Take the perfume of the rose. And th» honey from ths bea. As thn shades of twilight close. Where the one you love ffaill l«. Take the nectar of her lips, But for colds and chills assure. There Is ease In soothing s.ips, Of Wc-oris' Gncat Peppennint Cure.

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

Ihe Woman who Entertains Well There's something inescribably fine about the. woman who entertains well. From the cheery appearance of hor home to the service she so deftly affords— everything is so natu ral — yet so charmingly different. Such splendid hostesses, once very rare, and belonging only to the idle classes, are now to he found everywhere. They grace homes in every walk of life — making them happier through the many friends they attract. Advertisements keep these women ahead of the commonplace. Advertisements tell of the newest and most delightful things. Advertise ments announce new customs and practices. They tell what the world approves as correct. The woman who entertains well must read the advertisements. Not only to keep pace with progress, but to learn how to do so on a limited purse. For advertisements are more than harbingers of style— they are announce ments of economics that may be practised safely. Head the advertisements in 'The South Coast Bulletin' to know wh...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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District Tennis COMPETITION FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929

District Tennis COMPETITION FIXTURES. The following matches were played on Saturday in the Southport and District's Association competition: — B GRADE.— Mixed Doubles: Ash Stove v Wattles, played at Ashgrove, Ashgrove 8 sets 48 games. Wattles no sets 31 games; Northslde v West End, played at Northslde. Northslde 8 sets 48 games. West End no sets 21 games. Nerang No. 1 v Nerang No. 2, played at Nerang, Nerang No. 1, 6 seta 45 games, Nerang No. 2, 2 sets 26 games. C GRADE. — Mixed Doubles: Ner ang v Northslde, played at Nerang, Nerang 4 sets 37 games, Northslde 4 sets 35 games: Waverley v Mud geeraba, played at Waverley, Waver ley 5 sets 3S games, Mudgeeraba 3 sets 41 games. Ashgrove v Seaview, at Ashgrove, Ashgrove 5 sets 43 games; Seaview 3 sets 32 games. Ladles' Doubles: Seaview v Nerang, at Nerang, Seaview 5 sets 39 games, Nerang 3 sets 34 games.

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Public in the Dark [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929

Public in the Dark Ratepayer1 writes — Sir. — Can you explain why the Town Council does not advertise me^tin^s of sp»eiaj in'Crost 'to the iQtepayers in the local paper. I understand that special friends of the Coiincil a~e telephoned to attend certain meetiings and the public nie left out in tht- dark. (If meetings, other than in urgent case*, ore called in this way It 'a decidiedly wrong. The recent Publi city Meeting was called over' the ivire. We know of no other?.)

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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St. Peter's Annual Bell [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929

St. Peter's Annual Br II As announced in our advertising . columns. St. Peter's Annual Ball will take place on Friday, May 24. at the Pier Pavilion at S p.m.; and every thing points to it being as successful as that of any precious, year. Good music will delight dancers; the stage has been reserved for card players; and delightful refreshments will be served. The price of admission Is 2/6. Mr. Jos. Francis, M.HR, accom panied by Mr?, Francis, will le.ive Queen«3ruid rn Tuesday next fo^ the S--uthein States, where Mr. Frar.cis will he attending the sittings of the* Parliamentary Standing Committee of Public Works of which he ** a m in ter. Mr. Francis expects to upturn to Queensland about the mrJdle of June. Mr. nnd Mm. R. T. Kfrkup fSt. po go). who have b^en vis! tint/ ScutK— port, returned ho^re 'hiring the w:eV.

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Some Clergymen AND SOME REMINISCENCES (No. 3) [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929

Some Clergymen AND SOME REMINISCENCES (By J. D. Steele, Heathcote Southport.) (No. 3) It will be remembered that in last ifsue of 'The South Ooast Bulletin', reference was made to a Clergyman In the West that rode a horse fVom the flanks of which a placard used to flip-flop with these worlds printed in bold letters: 'Reverend, I F.rgethis nair.e, Lieceuseel to Marry.' Well, in 'The Australian Pastoralist,, G a/.ing Farmers' and Selectors' Gazette' of the J'Jth May it is written on niuro 16 of that Papen under 'One of Cobb ** r.iid Co's old grooms'. 'I heard a yarn attributed to htm (Mr. Robert Petty, Bullock Creek, Oatrna) I know it is not true. In the early dajs. occasionaly a Minister of religion u-'ed to travel round tHe back blociks arid christen and many where rer.uir d. Sometimes he would ask 'Which Ceremcny first'? Some would get very indignant, others would only laugh and say, '?'When they mated no clergyman was within 200 miles', which was true in many eases. When one of th...

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

TAJNBOUMNB MOUNTAIN 'DARENA' Modern, s.c. Flut, ? light, tennis court, handy golf links, aed. i*nt. MISS BLAND. 'Phone 46. Ready occupation Teb. 15th. R. McKENZIE BUILDER & CONTRACTOR, Estimates given for all Classes of work. REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. Local Agent for: — The Prudential Assurance Co.. of England : C.C.M. and Allsa Craig Marine Engines ; Johnston Out board Motors. Address : — Brighton Parade, Southport. 'PHONE. 274. 1 ' FOR ALL CLASSES OP Stationery, Books, Newspapers, Magazines, and Fancy Goods YOU CANNOT DO BETTER THAN VISIT 'The CORNER NEWSAGENCY' M. & D. SYMONS NEAR POST OFFICE, NERANQ-STREET, SOUTHPORT — - Try Our Prices First YOU CANNOT DO BETTER THAN BUT FROM W. R. Smith CASH & CARRY GROCER, NEWSAGENT AND STATIONER THE CHEAPEST HOUSE IN TOWN AND THE PLACE TOR THE BEBZ SERVICE . ? H.ving taken oyer the Neweaflency and Stationery Busi ness of MRS. X. A. JACUUN, near the Railway Station. I wish to adyta* that in conjunction with same I am ? ? xdn...

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Park for Land's End MATTER OF £4200. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929

Park for Land's End MATTER 'OF £4200. The Southport Council had before It recently a proposal that an area of suitable ground near Land's End for a park reserve, and the matter tame before that body again on Tuesday, when a letter was read from A. R. Andrews, agent tor the owner (Mr. J. Siganto). Originally, Mr. Siganto would not be a seller but the Council requir ing it tor a park It could be purchas ed. The nrice was rnnsidered vprv reasonable view of the suitability of the site for other purposes and the fact that it had £1500. worth of improvements made to it as well as carrying a house worth over £1000. ' Aid. Freeman, In urging that action be taken to acquire the property, said they had no playground In No. 3 area, and this was most suitable for the purpose. It was splendidly situ ated, and with the opening of the new road would soon become very valuable. They could erect a kiosk on it that would produce rent to pay Interest and redemption on a loan to purchase it. The propert...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Ball at Beechmont JUVENILES IN FANCY DRESS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929

Ball at Beechmont . JUVENILES IN FANCY DRESS A juvenile fancy dress ball was held in the Boschmcnt ichcol of Arts on Thursday evening in aid of the wheel funds. A pleasant evening was enjoyed by a large gathering of children, jarents, and abends ,Th:s children w!io tevk part v.er^:.— Mi.r.s Frances Dawncy (Cat Burglar) Winnie Vokes (Rising Sun); Grace Sharp (tieirette); D.ris Rankin (Gi..'\v); Mavis Dawney ilndiin Squaw); Olive Wease (Maiga;ri'-2); Edie Wease (Christmas CrsckJ.'); Lorna Wease (Dutch Grrl) Iiis Ka kin (Rainbow); Gloria UensteiJ (Hawaian Maid); Sybil Frrbjs (I'icrette): Joyce Sllngsiiv (PiC.etti); Jean Henderson (Box of Clucolat-s); Joan Scott (Red R.'d.lng lio;d). Masters Graham Henderson (Cow boy) ); Hanry Slingsbv (Indian Chief); Colin Sharp (O'-ef); Etlwin Slirgsby (Ace of CluK); L'obb:e Siingsby (Golliwc.-): Alf Sling-by (Peter pan) Roy Rankin (Indim Warrior) Gordon Rankin (l'ienot); Aubney Cowling (No More StWkes); Billi' L'owlirg (Trip of V.i-chiof ); Ian Ranld...

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Sunday School Services METHODIST CELEBRATIONS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929

Sunaay School Services METHODIST CELEBRATIONS . On Sunday the anniversary of the Methodist Sunday S'.hcol was success fully celebrated when services were eoneiucte'. in the morning, afternoon, and evening by the Rev- P- J. Lanham. The cluldren contributed special singing, accompanied by Miss Amy Mill*; (organ), and Miss Ruth l'ook (violin). .Vr. II. J Lewis was the conductor. Alidad heantv wsq lnnt the inteiiior of the church by festoons of asparagus fern and flowol-s, :md hanging baskets of flowers. Mother's Day was not la.rgotten and vases _ cf white chrys anthemums and daisies were promin ently displayed. At the afternoon service recitations were rendered by Misses Rose Sykes, *~ Violet Morris, Thelma Teichm=n, and Joyci Thams. On Monday night th» annual concert and prize disUibution took place, Rev. Lar.ham presiding. Cp portunity was taken to thank all the officers and teachers who had worked so well throughout the yar, ar.d had helped to make the anniveteaiy a '-uc- cees. In a...

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Interstate Fruit Train [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929

Interstate Fruit Train Fruit Train 19/29. run by the Com mittee of Direction of Fruit Marketing, to clear Wallangarra Thursday, Satur day and Monday for week ending 13th May, 1929, with 698 tons, of which :i4ti were for Melbourne, consisting of -*»S39 cases hananas. 23 3 cases pine apples, 1501 cases citrus, 1 case papaws, 7 cases tomatoes, 37 cases beans, 8 cases passion fruit, and 18 rases custard apples; Sydney taking 332 tons, consisting of G580 cases bananas, 745 cases pineapples, 102 cases citrus, 11 vases tomatoes, 63 cases papaws, 8 cases beans, 1 case mixed, 92 cases passion fruit, 14C7 cases custard applrs, 2 cases monsteria deliclosa, and 381 cases eggs.

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AMBULANCE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929

AMBULANCE BALL. The annual ball In aid of the South port and District Ambulance Brigade, under the auspiccs of the Coomera Counlrv Women's Association, was held in- the- School of- Arts, Upper Coomera, on the 10th Instant. The funds rccehed from the function reached over £20. There was a large _»« ? it. a en«hl was sntlsfac torv from every standpoint. ' The ball was decorated with multl- ? coloured streamers, suspended rrom the centre or the building and attach ed lo the sides, glving.the hall a very pleasing effect. Miss Edna Barron's Jazz Band was In charge of the music. Miss Marie Lubv supplied extras, and Mr. Chas. Wliallev acted as M.C. Supper was provided by the committee. The cltocolate waltz was secured by Mr. W. A. Siganto and Miss May Gll llgan. the prizes ror this dance being donated bv'Mesdames W. Foxwell and J. BlgnclL Mr. M. J. Darr and Mrs. D. J. Hollindale won the Monte Carlo waltz. Mcsdamcs J. N. Siganto and T. Doherty being the donors or the prizes. „ , During the ...

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A GOOD HAUL. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929

A GOOD HAUL. A llshlng party comprising Mr. and .Mrs. J. H. Siganto, Miss Ida Johns and Miss .Marie Luby (Brisbane), Mr. J. Luby (Brisbane), and Mr. Chas. Whal lev left Slganto's wharf In Mr. Whal lej's motor launch, the l'.C.E., a little after 8.30 p.m. on Saturday and Jour neved as far as the mouth of the Coomera River,' where the time was spent in the piscatorial endeavour. Over -80 fish, comprising bream, whiting, tlathead, and Jew were en ticed upon the lines. The party re turned thoroughly satisfied with their trip, at a Uttle after 3 p.m. Sunday.

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Member for Albert MR. T. F. PLUNKETT'S HUGE LEAD CABINET RANK LIKELY. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929

Member for Albert MR. T. F. PLUNKE1TS HUGE LEAD CAUi.NET RANK LIKELY. Tha people of the South Coast Electorate of Albert were pre pared for a substantial victory for the Coalition candidate, Mr. T. F. Piunkett, at Saturday'* election, but the most optimistic of his sup porters scarcely hoped for such a swwpiiiy wiwuipiie It can fairly be said that the vote accorded Mr. Piunkett In Albert was not merely In accord with the desire of the people ex pressed throughout the State that there should be a change of Government, but It was also a tribute to the man. Without treading on the tender ground of party politics which this paper does not trespass, it has to be conceded that Mr. Piunkett is a man of outstanding quality, in regard to both personal and mental attainments. Added to this is a rich experience in the higher branches of public activity where a man's fitness to stay is put to the crucial test. Through this Mr. Piunkett had already won his way to public conQdence, and the pronou...

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

The Southport Store The Oldest Store in Southport. Established in 1879 and still going strong Delivery to all parts of the Town and District Prices are right. 'Phone 315 R. C. CAREY, CASH and CARRY Right at Railway Station Where the Prices are at Gty Level CAREY'S CASH and CARRY Delivery Free 'Phone 399 Where you get Quality and Service Special Offerings 38ln. COLOURED CREPE DE CHINE, heavy weight, in all leading shades. SPECIAL PRICE, 4/11 yard. SSIn. TWEED FLANNELETTES, suitable for House Frocks and Chil dren's wear. SPECIAL PRICE, 1/9 yard. 2/3 ^ C'EC* COTTON TWEEDS, two-tone effects. 8PECIAL PRICE, COLOURED VELVETEENS, In Cream, Pink, Saxe. Navv, Brown and Black. SPECIAL PRICE, 2/11 yard. BOND'8 SILK AND WOOL HOSE, in all leading shades. 8PECIAL PRICE. 3/11 pair. I ^.IAD.ES^D CHILDREN'S FLEECY LINED BLOOMERS, all sizes, in BOND'8 VESTS— Ladies' Silk and Wool, Sleeveless. Ladies' Silk and Wool, Short Sleeve. Ladies' Wool and Cotton, Sleeveless. I.adics' Wool and Cotton, Short Sle...

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

A. LEDBURY, BUILDER * CONTRACTOR, Flan prepared and Estimates Given far All CI mm of Wortc REPAIRS A SPECIALTY LENNEBERG-ST, SOUTHPORT. 'PHONE 202. Tkere Goes Winters Here. Tim* to lay in Hot Witir Bottle. r-l wcomgitnjyco ptopk to do &? tuaa. Gn it from W. E. MARTIN W Whittle Bros. (Late A.I.F.) THE RELIABLE GROCERS Esplanade Store, Southport A FEW SPECIALS Jost Undo! ENGLISH CUPS and SAUCES* in two dapn Minton ard Parts. Breakfast 1/6 esch, 17/6 doz. Teas 1/5 «ach 16/8 Oca.' PRIMUS STOVES 13/6 each. Our Grocery prices ar0 right and oar Scfvfco Is Q.K. Two Stores at your service Esplanade and North [St Tfcaaa 223. PISHING IS IN THE BOOM Sea Bream are in Jew are bitiug well, Big fish are here, galore, and ~ We have the Tackle to catch them Call and Inspect We will help you to select Southport Sports Depot NEAR RAILWAY STATION SOUTHPORT GEO. ELLIS, Proprietor ?PHONC 131.

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Visit of Bishop Le Fanu [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929

Visit of Bishop Le Fanu To-morrow and Sunday, Bishop L? Fanu (Bishop Co-adjutor) will pay an official visit to the Southport Parish. At 2.45 to-morrow afternoon, tew ill officially open St. Hilda's Fete. In aid ot the School Chapel fund, and St. Peter's Parish Church. To-morrow (Sunday) at St. Peter's, there will be the Confirmation Service at 3 p.m. In addition to this, the Bishop will be the celebrant at the 7.30 a.m. ser vice, and will be the preacher at 10 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. at St Peter's Church.

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PRESBYTERIAN SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929

PRESBYTERIAN SERVICES. Nerang — 11 a.m. Benowa— 4 ma Eouhport Church Service — 7.30, pjn Soutnport — Sunday School 2.30 p.m Preacher— Rev R H C CROWE

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

ROMAN CATHOLiC CHUROU. Southport. — Mass : Every Sunday, at 7 aon.; 10 aju. on Second Sunday of every month, and on 4th Sunday when S Sundays in the month. Evening Devotions: Every Sunday at 7.30, except the last Sunday. Burleigh Heads — 10 ?«, on 1st Sunday in tb» month. Nerang. — Mass : Every 3rd Sunday ?t 10 a-m. Upper Coomera, — Mass; Eviry last Sunday at 10.30 ajn, and Evening Devotion* at 7.30 PA

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