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In Passing [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929

| In Passing | I hope to have a shilling theatre. — Mr. Philip Ridgeway. * m » . We do ? not know a millionth per cent of anything. — Thomas Alva Edison. * ? ? If I want anybody for an important job I look for a busy mad — Sir Rob ert Baden-Powetf. * ? ? 'ihe power of the films is used with immense mechanical skill behind the brains of a rabbi U — Miss Lena Ash weil. ? ? ? In all history 'be fiist true gleams of the light of toleration are in the hesitations of Pontius Pilate.. — Lond Shaw. ? ? * I am terrified lest in twenty year's time all our children should talk like little announcers. — The Rector of Sherinsbain. Railway stations should provide for trains on the ground floor, buses above, and aeroplanes on the roof. — Mr. M. Fk Farrar. » « ? The real work of education Is in the interaction between master and boy and betwtan hoy and hoy . — President of the Incorporated Association of Headmasters. e ? ? At each extension of the franchise within the last 100 years theme havs been...

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

From Eastern Gardens Just a thought for the Tea ySf buy. h.it dustkss, free from impurity? Does it brew with that rich golden-brown perfection that is the fragrant property of KING TEA ? KING TEA knows no peer. It's leaves are those tiny buds and blossoms so tender and rich in quality especially plucked in Eastern Gardens. KING TEA will diaim your teapot to pour for you full, fiagnnoe and lingering deIidoumess_KING TEA a slwyi consistently good. There is never any questional to in purity — you may be sure of that. Each package is fraj, and free from all trace of imperfectxwijo Sequent mjea of inferior quality. \ ASK FOR KING TEA. To hontt is to boy it KINGTEA GooclioZheZasitfrop' /

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Motor Hogs SOUTHPORT WORST OFFENDERS. VISITOR CASTIGATES COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929

Motor Hogs SOUTHPOIlT WOHST OFFENDERS. visitor castjuates council. .Motor hoggers, who are potential killers, are tfuid to ha\e .111 almost re stricted run in Southport. In fjet it is sui-} to be the haven of spirit Jfl spiied jaybtiTA, who holil the l.iw in such coniempt tliat run cars up the footpaths of the nulii Miett, and 1 ace about at will at all hours of night with cut out. atid nuke bpeeuwdja of our r.n.' new roads. This is what one hears said In town. Listen what an outsider ha» to say, contained in a report furnished by Sgt. £her-by to IiN eMef, and passed on to the Town Council for reference. Sgt. Shersbj's report gave, the name of a 111 in who dro\e a Ford utility truck over the Intersection of Nerang 30 miles per hour. A man approached him alt«r the truck had rattled by and he had caught his breath after getting out of danger's way, when the follow ing dialogue took place: — The Visitor: Do the police control the tiafTic at Southport? s?gt. Jhvtbby: No. The Council by ...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Quarry Dispute CONTRACTOR AND COUNCIL. QUESTION OF "UNDERSTANDING." [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929

Quarry Dispute CONTRACTOR* AND COUNCIL. QUESTION OF 'UNDER- STANDING.' Information contained in a letter to the Southport Town Council from Lind and Son, contractors, read at Tuesday's meeting, indicated that either a difference of opinion existed or there was sonic misunderstanding as to the condition under which the contractors entered the Council's The Mayor stated that there was no agreement in writing, and the con ditions of what was said to be the agreement were not being observed. It was also said that third-class metal only was coming from the quarry and that tho first-class metal v/as to be got somewhere else. The Council should know where it stood. Mr. Llrnl's letter indicated that the contractors did not agree at least to one of the conditions at issue. Aid. Troyahn urged that Mr. Lind ue requested 10 sign tne agreement embraciug the understanding on which lie was allowed to enter the quarry. He was dissatisfied with what appeared to be the contractor's (mentions. He expe...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Model Band GOOD PROGRESS MADE. PREPARING FOR COMPETITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929

Model Band GOOD PROGRESS MADE. PREPARING FOR COMPETITIONS. At the meeting' of the committee of the Southport -Model Band, held on Tuesday night, over which President, Mr. Ralph Johnston, presided, a satis factory report was submitted regard ing the progress being made by the band. The Secretary (Mr. W. Eddolls), ici'uucu uia i mere uau pcen an aver age attendance of 18 players at Ihe practices, and an average* of 23 per formers at the hand engagements. It was decided that the hand enter for the band contests lo be held at South Brisbane in August, provided that the grading is satisfactory. It was also resolved to ask Mr. W. II. Davis, Bris bane. lo act as delegate for the band lo the Q.B.V. An additional sum of £4/2/- was handed in by tile collector (Mr. S. W. Mason), making £13/16/- so far col lected by him in aid of the fund for the purchase of uniforms. It was learnt with pleasure that the Southport Town Council had, at its meeting that afternoon, accedcd to the appeal of the ban...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Band Subsidy HELP FROM THE COUNCIL. PROGRESS AND PERFORMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929

Band Subsidy HELP FROM THE COUNCIL. PROGRESS AND PERKORMAXCE. The request of the Southport Model Band to the Southport Town Council for a subsidy found a sympathetic re sponse in the aldermen, but not to the extent that the band desired. The request was for £52 a year, with a guarantee of a certain number of performances. The demand was too much of a mouthful for aldermen to swallow at uujc, su .mi. i-ysucn suggested that they could not give more than £23. Aid. Anderson was even less encouraging; his vision of the demand could be measured by the remark, 'Do Iney want us to buy the band?' 'Ihe question of what the Council could sj»end on grants of this kind was raised, and lo this Hie clerk re plied that they could spend three per cent, of their revenue. The more they gave for this, the less there would be for other things. In answer to Aid. Shepherd, the v.w_ outiu iii.il .in inev nan spent so far this year was £13/13/-, which was for publicity. The Mayor favoured payment on the bas...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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READING FOR CHILDREN THE LOST CASTS. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929

1 1 irtui i n i ? m 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 n n 1 1 1 llllllllJ 11 1 11 1 11 1 I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 H 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Tl 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I I I 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 U 111 U1TI1 J UU JTlJJIJTIiil J I liXJ IT t n [ I HTH Unxinxaixi t UX1 | READING FOR CHILDREN I ? ? ? I THE LOST OA6I8. ('My Magazine.') (Continued.) I'jd, pad went tlie shuffling hoofs on the sand; clink, clink the bridle chain; lie was on Ills way lo Miami. The track was clear to see. Over tlilisty dunes and plains, where the ?-« rounded stones lay like water melons. It led him, down -aiicjs whitened with the hones ot bygone travellers. lie came lo the place where the tands sanK. droning like the wind in the tent ropes, and left the surge of the unseen multitude around lilm. The black mountain leapt forward lo meet lilm. then receded into the sunset. Suddenly night ' fell, anil the Milky Way rolled like a radiant cloud across the 'blue-black heaven. On, ever on, and when dawn came, hot and tlercc, Tercnce slood at his journey's goal....

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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TONGUE TWISTERS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929

TONGUE TWISTERS. Here arc one or two difficult tongue twisters. I am sure you will lind it great fun trying to say them over six times in succession. And when you have mastered them yourself you can try them on your friends: — A gleaming green Greenwich glass Lucy lay lackadaisically on Lily's lounge. Susie's saucy sister slid slowly southwards. Nine neat needlewomen needled Netty's negligee. Fifty line firemen fighting furious flames' feverishly.

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

FIREWOOD Supplied In nny quantity Cut to any Length. W. CHIRN, 'Phone 64. Fraiik-strceL W. R. 4DKINS BUILDER & CONTRACTOR Plans and Estimations given in Branches of th9 trade. Shop Fronts ami Fittings a Speciality Repairs Promptly and Neatly Executed HICKS ST., SOUTHPORT PHONE 165 C. G. BELFORD SMALL GOODSMAN SCARBOROUGH ST., SOUTHPORT 'PHONE 463.

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

H. J. F. Lougheed, (Late HOLDEN BROS.), HOUSE & COACH PAINTER. SIGN WRITERS, CAR ENAMELLERS 'PhM. 285. Agents for RIPOLIN ENAMEL. SCARBGROUGtt-ST.. SOUTHPORT. St. Hilda's School SOUTHPORT. Church of England Grammar School for Girls. For prospectus and all particulars apply— WINIFRED L. FITTOCK. B.A_ .?rincipaL K. B. PRICE . SOLICITOR, BARNES' CORNER, (Opposite Post Office), SOUTHPORT. Visits Nerang every Tuesday; Bur letgh every Wednesday afternoon. ?PHONE 453. WHEN THERE IS CARRING TO BE IjONE KINGSTON IS THE MAN TO DO IT. A. P. KINGSTON. 'Phone 3* — SievMstinel* Mo jumpy feeling NOW when I drive through traffic a Nothing relives this tension so effec tive!/ tt Yv r.glcy's. Th? act of chrcini;, as motoriscs have discovered, has a £tr.:le soothing effect. The healthful cleansing action of Wriglcy's refreshes the mouth —steadies the nerves. ^liters CONSTIPATION Tbe Origin ot Host Illnesses. Constipation is like stuffing op the sewers of the city, and keeping all tho filth in ...

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THE PUDDEN. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929

THE PUDDEN. In the pantry was a pudden: Johnny thought it was a good 'un In the pantry, thought forbidden, Naughty Johnny now is hidden, And In Johnny Is tbe pudden Johnny thought was such a good 'un. Down comes Daddy In a minute. Sees the pantry and John In It, But he cannot see the pudden Which Is making John look wooden. 'Where's the pudden, John?' says Daddy. Gazing sternly at his laddie. Johnny stammered, Johnny stuttered. Then these wicked words he uttered: 'In the pantry Is the pudden!' 'John,' said Dad. 'you really shouldn't Tell such stories to your pater; You will much regret It later.' 'But It's true,' replied his laddie. 'I am In the pantry. Daddy, And the pudden Is In me. Dad, So,' said Johnny, 'you must see, Dad, In the pantry is the pudden.'

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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JOLLY GAME. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929

JOLLY GAME. A jolly game to play when mem of a party are tired after romping about is known as 'Smile.' One person Is selected to act as leader, and all the others must gather round in a circle. The leader then explains how the game is played. ' When he points to one ot tne players and says: 'Smile,' only that one must laugh. All the rest must try hard to avoid showiuc anv ulcus ot merri ment and endeavour to keep as seri ous as possible. Of course, this is by no means easy, for smillug and laughing are very infectious, and if you see any one else doing either of these, you feel you simply must join In. As a matter of fact the majority ot the players will not be able to keep straight faces, but In spite of this, the leader goes on until every one In turn has been told to smile, and then the surprise comes. Those who have laughed or smiled out of turn will naturally think that tbey have lost, and will perhaps be made to pay a forfeit. Then the leader in . forms the company that it is...

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THE MAGIC PHOTOGRAPHER. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929

THE MAGIC PHOTOGRAPHER. This is a line game If the players don't know the secret. One player Is the photographer, and oilier his as sistant. The photographer says he must take someone's photograph, but he doesn't want his assistant to know who ft is for fear he should take It better than he does, or some silly non cnnLr. IIL-n (hat «.rt lit* urnils t lie assis tant out of the room, lie asks a player to sit or stand perfectly still, and one cr. them does so; the photographer says the photo Is taken, and he calls to Ills assistant outside the door to come In. The assistant does so, and Immediately tells the photographer which player he has snapped, lie Is Invariably right, and it will greatly surprise the audienco until they know how the assistant has guessed right. The secret is that the photographer will assume the altitude of the person he has photographed, so the assistant with a glance round Uie room will al once know who it Is.

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

RIDDLES. When does a candle get angry? — When It is put out. What part ot a fish Is like the end of a book? — The fin-Is. Why Is the Inside of a drum very puzzling? — Because we can't make It out. than a full one? — Because It is matchless. What Is the difference between a horse and an egg? — One Is a gee-gee, the other an e g g. Why is the letter C like winter? — Because It makes the old cold. When is a butcher a robber? — When ho 'steels' his own knives.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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"THOSE WHO TRUST." [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929

'THOSE WHO TRUST.' I will bo true, for there are those who trust me; 1 will be pure, for there are those who care; 1 will be strong, for there is much to suffer; I will be brave, for there is much to dare; 1 will be a friend of all — to foe, to friendless; 1 Hill be giving, and forget the gift; 1 will be humble, for I know my weak ness; I will look up and laugh and love and live. — By Ilev. II. A. -Walter, who died in Lahore, 1918.

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A DEEP RIDDLE. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929

A DEEP RIDDLE. What is the longest and yet the most divisible and the most extend ed, the least valued and most re gretted. without which nothing can be done, which destroys all that Is little, and ennobles all that is great? — Time.

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WILLIE'S MISTAKE. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929

WILLIE'S MISTAKE. Little Willie, from a mirror. Licked the mercury all off. Thinking In his childish error. It would cure his whooping cough. At the funeral, Willie's mother. Softly said to Sirs, Brown: 'Twas a chilly day for Willie When the mercury went down.

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COMPLETE SHORT STORY "PEARLS OF PRICE" [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929

1 COMPLETE SHORT STORY j | 'PEARLS OF PRICE' § n iirai nnrmu n mn I m t uillJJ H1Q1I1LU IUU1HJ I U 1 1 1 il n il I mtrruiri mi I urn rrntiTmnrrnT 'it we only dared sell it ? ' Dick Ayland glanced at his wife doubt fully. 'I dare!' Nell threw up her firm litte chin. 'And he was my uncle — the stingy old thing! I can't help his being dead. Dick — he was, so If he liaunts anybody, it'll bo me, and I'll risk It. We can't stand that awful white elephant In the house, and— we want money so badly.' jiiai was ikjuuu H ' — nodded ruefully, regarding the huge, unwleldiy mahagony bureau which Nell's uncle Thomas has left them in his will, in place of the nice little legacy which they had so confidently expected. The Thing had been delivered the day before; it had chipped the paint of the staircase, the hall and two doors, before it had been finally forced Into the minute flat. And now it doggedly resisted any attempt which the Aylands had made to fit it into their sitting-room. It blocked the ...

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

j McCORMACK'S RELIABLE COUGH | MIXTURE Price 1/6 and 2/6 H W. E. Martin | Pb C . Dispensing Chemist |i (Opp. P.O- SOUTHPORT Phone 96 Bos 22 :: A|«nt lor Gildto Cukti A — ? Tritton's new Credit System j 2s dignified— reasonable — pleas- ant— a frank recognition of lk« / ^ fact that furniture is like land M Ql and houses, and should be paid for over a period of years if the customer wishes, ry / a ^ ^ V Features of the Tritton Credit M j System are:— No references— 1 ff C/ no ,ecunt*e* — small deposit— -m 0 i ^100 worth of furniture for /*m -? *W» J5/* a week, other quantities M/ AM MB. in same proportion— country orders packed free — free deliv service LI W 260* GEORGE ST-BRiSBANE j 'IT PATS TO COME TO THE RIGHT PLACE — TRITTON'S' I To make it Really Beautiful, Shingling must ? - ^ mer.ts thoroughly Sterilised after each -use. LBIsT. BOOHBE, HAIRDRESSER AND TOBACCONIST. CECIL SALOON. SI A Perfected Tuning j System 'Tuning- System' is a vital point to | consider when buying a piano. I...

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Women ant the Home Our Babies COLDS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929

I Women and the Home ^ Our Babies (Issued by the Queensland Baby Clinics.) COLDS. The common th;ngs are just the things we do not think about. Nearly everyone has Irad at times a 'camion, cold,' some people Ret them several times every year, yet few piop'.o know what they are, cr how they gJt them. A 'common cold' is an infec tious disease caused by the growth of enormous numbers of mictcscop-'c disease geltms in tho n'.se. throit, it is acccmpanied by fever and a fe'l ing of Illness, in slighter casts only by a feeling of general depression. These feelinjjs are caused by the ab sorption of poisons from the djs aie germs in the air passages. The i ert-r.s are expelled in myriads whenever a person with a 'cold' coughs, sneezes or speaks. We inhale tbe germs lh.it are so expelled. and if we happen to be suscoptible, we contact the tame complaint, and proceed to spread it to others. It is not surprising that 'colds' are among the most ln'e: tious of all diseases. Unfortunately these tr...

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