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Church Services. ST. PETERS, SOUTHPORT [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929
Church Services. ST. PETER'S, SOUTHPORT, 7.30 aja, Holy Communion (every Sunday). 10 a.m.. Holv Communion (Sung), 1st. 3rd, and 5th Sundays ; Mattins, 2nd and 4th Sundays. 7.30 pjn., Evensonc (Every Sunday) NERANG. — 2nd Sunday in month, t- a.m.. Holy Communion ; 4th Sunday in month, 3 pJn., Evensong. UPPER COOMERA.— 2nd Sunday in month : 11 a.m., Holy Communion Feb., April, June, Aug., Oct. arid D«.) ; 2 pJn., Evensong (Jan., Mar., May, July, Sept. and Nov.). OXENFORD. — 2nd Sunday in month: 11 a-m., Holy Communion (Jan Marcht May, July, Sept., Nov.) ; 2 pan.. Evensong (Feb., April, June. Aug., Oct, and Dee.). VtEV. V. H. '.VillTEHQUSK
WISDOMETTES. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929
WISDOMETTES. 'With doctors you only get two guesses. If they're right you walk, and If they're wrong you ride!' 'There are two classes, those who work and those who explain how work ought to be done.' 'Be It ever so funny, there's no Joke like your own.' 'The difference between ammonia and pneumonia, is that one comes in bottles, and the other comes in chests.' — Red Certificate to Mauva,' 143 O'Sullivan road, Bellevue Hill. Strange Urchin (at door): 'Please, mum, youm kid JbattBB gave roe a penny to come In and take his castoJ) oil for him.' ? ? ? ? Mis. Jarg: 'That young Willie Jones won't come to no good. 'E let out all Farmer Smith's pigs yesteS aay.' Mrs. Barg: 'D'you know It were 'im for c*i-tain?' M--3. Jarjt: 'Yis; uie own little boy 'elped 'im!'
A GOOD SAVE. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929
A GOOD SAVE. On Sunday a fire occurred at 'Shall- mer,' the premises ot Mrs. W. H. Marshall. The tenants occupying the basement allowed a kerosene cooking stove to get out or control, and within a Tew minutes one side or the house was In flames. Miss Ida Marshall promptly notified the nearby residents, who will ingly rushed to the scene, and alter strenuous efforts successfully extin quished what might have been the bigcest blaze In Burleigh. Undoubt edly the assistance rendered by Messrs. Harvey, Kimlin, Justlns Bros., the local 'phone operators, and a host of others was the means of saving the premises and valuable properties ad joining. Mrs. Marshall and tamlly greatly appreciate the assistance ren dered.
ACCIDENT TO CR. CURREY. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929
ACCIDENT TO CR. CURREY. Cr. It. Currey met with an accident during the week. . Whilst working the com shelter he 60t the Index finger of his right hand In the cogs and re ceived severe laceration, together with a severe Incised wound. First aid was rendered bv Mr. S. S. Freeman, hon. bearer, Q.A.T.B., who advised medical aid. Cr. Currey is now under doctor's treatment.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929
— — — ^ _ . ? Moreton Garage DRINNAN & COY. ARE Agents for all General Motors Products LOOK FOB THE igflpip SIX IN THE PRICE RANGE OF THE OO « C\ FouR £218 NEW FORD^^^ ^ 'j E ndurance permits j Sustained Driving j under full Power ! /CONTINUOUS driving hour after hoar was proved 1 ^ to be an accomplishment of the New Ford car long before it was first presented to the public. \Such endurance is attained by a powerful, low- speed motor, perfectly lubricated and perfectly cooled. TTiat is why unvarying excellence of performance is maintained mile after mile. Chassis and body have likewise been built to meet J ^ this test of endurance. Know the facts about the New Ford Car. A will be happy to demonstrate. ^ ' EARL MOTORS
For the Man on the Land GRADING UP THE HERD. SET A MINIMUM STANDARD. SELECTING FOUNDATION STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929
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MINERALS FOR THE HERO. WHY MIXED FODDERS ARE VALUABLE. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929
MINERALS FOR THE HERO. WHY MIXED FODDERS ARE VALUABLE. Irish investigations In the matter of feeding materials to cattle prove that as far as the farmers are con cerned when there Is a milk yield of three gallons per day It is Impossible to suggest any ration of foodstuffs commonly In use which does not con tain sufficient mineral matter for the cow's requirements. Usually It Is when yields ot over four gallons of milk per day ore obtained that mineral deficiency In foods will occur. .VI any cows give a nign mux yieiu after calving, and then fall off to a much lower yield. This reduction mar be explained In the fact that the cow having exhausted the reserve of mineral matter In her body adjusts her milk yield to the mineral matter available In her ration alone. A cow giving four gallons of milk per day needs for maintenance and milk production a dally supply of 3Joz. ot calcium, more than 3ioz. of phos phorus. and over one-third ounce of chlorine. To maintain high yields more attent...
CORRECT CALF FEEDING. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929
CORRECT CALF FEEDING. Why do hand-fed calves, especially under three or four weeks old. do less ' satisfactorily than sucked calves? There are several very good reasons to account for this, says a correspondent of the I/sndon 'Live Stock Journal.' First, the feeding may be less regular, and at longer intervals. Second, the milk may be cold, less clean ana less ncn in qual ity. Third, the feeding pail or vessel may not be kept so clean as it should be. Fourth, the quantity of milk given may be less than the calf actual!)' requires, or on the other hand (though less likely). It may be more than Its stomach can deal with at one meal. A fifth consideration, and a very Important one too, Is the way the mtlk Is taken. A suckled calf spends some time over Its meal, and the milk Is thoroughly well mixed with saliva before it passes u- the stomach; whereas the pall-fed calf swallows Ita milk in great gulps. Tbe correspondent states it is a great improvement on the old pall system ot feeding ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 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.S, AUTHORISED SURVEYOR, (Late A.I.F.). Nerang Street, Southport. 'Phone 205. Bex 9. R. McCOWAN, SOLICITOR, 334 QUEEN-STREET, BRISBANE New Zealand Insurance Chambers Also Narobour and Beaudesert. Will visit Southport EVERY FRIDAY. And may be consulted at the Office R. G. Bumlston and Max Graham Auctioneers, Scarborough-street. STEPHENS & TOZER SOLICITORS, Etc.. ' Union Tru.tee Buildings, (Corner George and Queen Streets, over it F. Smith's), BRISBANE. West Burleigh.— Second Thursday in every month. Neranc- — Last Thursday in every month. . Other places 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. FootbsOl, Tennis, Rowing, Bathing, Etc. SOUTHPORT SAD...
MODERN HOME. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929
MODERN HOME. On the main Esplanade road, with in a half-mile or Burleigh. Mr. J. O. Hamilton (late of Longreach)- has crected a modern home. The whole structure denotes solidity and taste. The Interior is fitted with all modern conveniences, while the artistic main approach and lawn complete a pic turesque residence. Two other fine residences are those V* of Messrs. Bouldery and Solicitor ' Cross of Brisbane. The three-properties are undoubted ly an acquisition to Burleigh.
AT THE CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929
AT THE CHEEK. The Bridge Kiosk (Mrs. E. E. Burke) at Tallebudgera Creek bridge is a welcome haven for tourists. Splen did facilities for picnic parties and ang lers, and also tor the fair sex who In dulge 111 snaring the much relished whiting and flatli'cad. The sandy banks of the creek is an Ideal play ground for the little ones, while Its calm waters is greatly appreciated by the paddlcrs. Boats, bait, and all tourist requisites are available at the Kiosk.
TALLEBUDGERA POLICE STATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929
T \LLEBUD GER A POLICE STATION. It is time residents of Burleigh realized that the situation of the police station at Tallebudgera Creek, about K\ miles from this centre, is not In the best Interests of the district. Viewing the position from any point, the present mode of police control Is unfair to the officer In charge and to the people of Burleigh. \s there is a site set aside for police quarters on the Water Reserve, early application should be made to the de partment requesting a change.
TRADE GO-GETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929
TRADE GO-GETTERS. It is time the tradespeople of this centre Instructed their representatives to refrain from chasing the busses conveying visitors to Burleigh. To canvass for custom is fiulto m order, but II Is 'over the fence' to pest people before they set their feet on the sands of Burleigh. Some dav a serious accident will occur, then, perhaps people will realize that the local methods of can vassing for trade are dangerous and akin lo those adopted by the Colomboltes.
ROADWAYS BAD. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929
ROADWAYS BAD. During the construction or the ??Missing Link' road the main Esplan ade r'ud lias been .availed or bv .motor ists in order to avoid the sandy and holey comer opposite Justin Bros. . garage. Repairs are needed on this road, as the heavv traffic has made it bumpy. The state of the temporary road used to divert the traffic during the construction or the 'Missing Link*' is anything but satlsractory. In places, especially opposite Justin's garage, the road is just a trap to motorists and many have been bogged to the axles. This* state or affairs should not exist, as tlie public are heavily taxed Tor the right to use our public thorough rarcs.
GOOD FISH CATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929
GOOD FISH CATCHES. During the past week local and vlsitins fishermen have had a royal time amongst the sea tailer and Jew fish. The bait used Is anything in the fish line, but mullet and small whiting arc favoured by the veteran angler. Off the roads at Big and Little Burleigh rodm.n were well rewarded with black bass, hream. tailer. and a few fiat -ri. _ ...itAx nf Imich nnnosite the Bronte Estate, on the Southport side of the Nobby or better known as the \nbbv Quarry, Is worth trying for large Jewish and tailer are plentiful at dead low water. A hair a side of a small mullet is the usual bait.
Trees Planted SPORTS PROGRAMME FOLLOWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929
Trees Planted SPORTS PROGRAMME] FOLLOWS. The Southport State School cele brated Arbor , Day on Friday. In the morning the tree-planting was per formed with due ceremony, and dur ing -the afternoon scholars and teach ers enjoyed a sports programme which had been prepared. The Head Tcacher. with his able and willing staff, were gratified to see how enthusiastically the scholars entered into the competitions. The Idea of inducing those living on northern side of Nerang St. to con test with those on the southern side was happily conceived anil ft added greatly to the pleasure and keenness of rivalry. In Hoys' Events, Norths defeated Souths by 4!- J points to 41}. In Girls' events. Souths defeated Norths 331 to 142. Highest individual scores a*Boy s : J. Schllnker (Jf) 11: G. Leitcli (S) 9: L. Napper (S) 9. Girls: M. Just (S) 8J; I. Dobleln (N) 4. RUNNING BACKWARDS (13, 14, 15). Place Points 1 L. N?p;e- (S) .. .. 3 J. Schlinker (N) . ..2 3 I. Hamilton (S) .. .. 1 8 1/5 sec. RUNNING BACKW...