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A MASTER STATESMAN OF GREECE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 11 January 1929

A MASTER STATESMAN OF X- ? SREECE .The BUHTrKcpuntily Greece' Kaaniuclr inflpence in tn^world 2000 years ago, am! tha; infliier.ce^axlsts still', to a large extent, through the thought and the art of great Greeks of Ions ago. At first there was no Greece, but only a Greek !raoe of people living in separate towns that often were enenves to each other. Then one city, Athens, became the leader of the test, and all that was finest in Greece centred them. -This rise of Athens was chiefly the work of one wise' statesman, orator, and soldier. Ho lived at the time when Athenj was at the veiy height of her Elory, about 4K0 B.C. By bfrth, on both hit father's' and mother's ii.1e,' 'he W&s noble, and he had the best education the Greeks could f,ive. But he grew ' up to be- a believer in the people gov- ' erning themselves, and ur.d-r' him Athens became a 'democratic city. But he himself wu really ruler of Athens for more than 30 years, foP '.his influence over, his fellow-citizens 'was...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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SEA HORSES [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 11 January 1929

:--r ? ? SEA HORSES The. wind 'herds the herren that toss their whiti manes. Travelling in troops on the ocean's green plains, When. the. wind sleeps in bis cave by the rocks, . . 'N*e«th the -Seen ? water sink all the ?sea-flocks. Drawn by merjnaildi with tresses a t jangle. To praze . upnit' meadows of seaweed and tarjrle, Forgetting, the. -Wind and the. bell buoy's jangle.

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VALUE OF ADDRESS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 11 January 1929

VALUE OF ADDRESS Give a boy address and accom plishments, and yon give him the mastery of palaces and fortune* where he £ot«. He has not Use trouble of earning or - own'ng ' them | they solicit him to enier and posstes. — Emerson. . Brahma once asked of Force, - '-aWho~ is' stronger* than thou !' She 'rapfleJ, «Addre«s.-*— Victor

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DICK IN TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 11 January 1929

^PWC-iM.TROUBLE. .There never was such a boy as Dick — fnr. Betting Into trouble. ' And there never. wene;«nteluspaendid' friends as J im . aosl ii^noda for~~tuming up just wheo-.tbeywere needed to pnt things ''Sht.fi ni!u- One morning when Jim waa weed--, ing the dawn to heln his busv father he heard someone crying, and the sound came from the sarden next door. ''That sounds like Dick,' he said lo Freda, who was doing her. share by watering th* flower beds. r Thsy. both nut to the fnece and peeped' over. .There' was Pick, sitting in the middle of .the, lawn next domr, crying as If his heait would break. ? . 'WJiy, ????whatever I? the imalter?'' asked Freda. - . 'I tumbled down and hurt m7 knefc.' sobbed Dick; ' ' ''Dear, dear!' said FVeda. 'Let me bathe it and make it better.' 'Can't walk,' said Dick. 'It hurts.' '.'Oh, , it's , not j» bad as all that!' lauphed Jim. ' - But that only .made little Dick cry all the mone. 'r 1 \ Then Jim left off laughing and said 'If you can't walk w...

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RIDDLES TO SOLVE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 11 January 1929

RIDDLES TO SOLVE When «lo people .resemble 'Ting John'?— When they lose things in the wn»lv ' What part of a dog is like a cart T — The tfi! — became it Is often awaR gln' (waggon). Which letter of the alphabet is never late?— The letter 'V f-cc«ax it is always in time.' Why is a selfish fiiend liie the let ter 'n' ?— Because it Is th- first in pity, but the lart In h»lp. ' Why is a ?staircase mrst unfortun ate? — Because It is flways being run down.

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THE CHARACTER OF A HAPPY LIFE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 11 January 1929

THE CHARACTER OF A HAPPY LIFE How happy Is he born and taught That serveth net 'another's will ; Whcee armor is : his Ivnest thoijght, _ And simple trathlhis utmost skill 1 Whose passions not hia masters ape ; Whose soul is still Spared for ideath, Not tide unto the world by care - ui inouc moh uzr prjvaLe u.wiui Wlho envies none that chance doth rxihe, ? Nor vite; who never understood How .deepest wounds are given by praise ; ' ' Nen.«ules of State, but rales of Jgood; Who hath his life from rumors f-eed; Whose conscience la his strong re treat i ? ' - Whose state can neither, flatterers ? feed,' ' , - Jfor^ruin/make oppressor* great ; Who God c«fth love and really pray -. More of }$3 grace than gifts to ; lend% i ... , And entertains- the harmless day ? With a well-chosen book or. fiiend; Thist roan it 'freed irom Uti rvile bands ?Of hope to rise, --r fear to fall ; Lord of himself, though not of lands, And having nothing, yet hath all. „ ? — Sir Henry Wotton.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 11 January 1929

IN MEMORIAM MEDLAND.— To the cherished mem- ory of our darling son and brother, Boy, who passed away January 9, 1928, aged 11 years and 5 months. When a dear little son breathes his last farewell, The blow is more than tongue can tell.   The home seems quite a different place, Without the smile of dear Roy's face. Our darling Roy we once embraced, With large brown eyes and lovely face. Sweetest memories are all that are left,   Of our darling angel cone to rest. (Inserted by his loving parents, sisters, and brothers).

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Weddings KENNEDY—DALGLEISH [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 11 January 1929

Weddings KENNEDY— DALGLEISH The Presbyterian Church, South port, was the scene of a quiet but pretty weddlng on Tuesday, when the   Rev. P. Munro joined in holy wedlock Mr. J. Kennedy, Pine Ridge (youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Kennedy, Barton Lea, Tweed Heads), and Miss Ella Dalgjelih (eldest daughter of Mr.R. Dalgleish, sen., of Urmeau,   the late Mrs. Dalgleish.) The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a frock of cream crepe de Chine, trimmed with gui pure lace, and cap and veil trimmed with orange blossoms, and carried a bouquet of white asters and lilies. Tne bridesmaids were Misses Bessie, Dalgleish and May Town, who wefe dressed in pink uny de Chine trimmed with Oriental lace.   Mr. J. Howe was best man. After the ceremony a reception was held at Woods' Excelsior Cafe. Subsequently, Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy left for Toowootntoa, where the honey moon. Is being spent. The bride travelled in a frock of saxe blue crepe de Chine tri...

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LACK OF ROAD SENSE COMMON ERRORS OF NOVICES [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

LACK OF ROAD SENSE, COMMON ERRORS OF NOVICES Tourists should bear in mind tint at present there is a lack of road sense on the pa't of a great percen tage of nearly aH classes of rorrd users. Motorists should be most rar ticular, and regulate their speed so ss to be able to pull up clear of any possible danger and avoid any un necessary on thoughtless action which compels other traffic to jam on their hnakes. or mprvp violi»nMw in ntmkl a collision. Undue haste is the cause of most avoidable accidents. Hand fignais should be given distinctly and well in advance of the prbitcted manoeuvre. It is almost as danger ous to signal and turn simultaneously as not to signal at all. Ro?d sense implies knowledge of the right thine to do under an ?vary- ing traffic conditions, combined with anticipation of all the wrong thing's othrr people may do. The usual driv ing faults of the novice are: 2i,e-ztig SteerfnAr /Inn tit nnf ln/*frfr*.v ci,ffi/»f ently far ahead ; inability to steer accurately ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

Don't Be Miserable Bat get that Full of life Feeling by eating our Wheatmeal Bread A loaf or two will convince you. - XMAS CAKE ORDERS TAKEN FROM NOW ON J. E- MARRABLE, BAKER AND PASTRYCOOK SCARBOROUGH ST, NORTHSIDE, . SOUTHPORT. 'PHONE 155. CHILLY WINTER APPROACHES! WOOP5' HOT PIES ?EAT 0« FRUIT, Have the desired effect of wanning and stimulating the whole system. Watch for the Cart and secure your supplies. Ptastriea, Cakes, rod All Other Refreshments of the Highest Qual ity on Band. REFRESHMENTS AT ALL HOURS. CHOICEST FRUIT AND VEGETABLES. H. H. WOODS, THE WHITE CAFE, NERANG STREET, — SOUTHPORT. ,... ? ' 'PHONE 315. ?'???' » '? j W „. 'Itpam to coma to tin riqVt piaca-Triltons* 1 - Bedroom Suite *£ m)i/A in Silky Oak. -ATrUenB'SAjP 'V /'yJLYone of Truton's many soundjr constructed, chaniung designed yet ^t yj surpriungljr low priced Bedroom Suites. Comprising extra deep Wud» M tobe.3ft.6in. Wide; Dressing Table with spacious drawers, 3ft. 3io.;Pede* I - Ul Cupboard; Double Bedste...

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CAPETOWN TO LONDON RECORD RUN BY CHRYSLER [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

CAPETOWN TO LONDON RECORD RUN BY CHRYSLER Fox the_ first time ui history the 'All British' route, from Capetown to London, via Cairo, has been 1'a uei:-td by motor car. The intrepid motorists who carried out this achievement were Mr. G. S. Bouwer, of the South African Chrysler organi sation, Mr. E. Millin, of the ''Hand Tin-.es.'' and Mr. Noble. The trin was tonrapnrMl nn tTaViiii. aiv 8, 192S, in the middle of ibe wet tason. a time chosen purposely so that the difficulties to be overcome would be at their maximum, and th; knowledge tecured bv the trip, there fore, all the more valuable. Si~ Abe Bailey, the well-known Imperialist, sponsored this expedition, backing hJ3 belief that the formation of an 'AH Red' route from Capetown to Lon don would be a very material and valcab'e step in the progress of South Aliflcd, lfcikiH? ap that Continent with Ureat Britain. A volume could be written of the exr--ertences of the motorists. Every conceivable type of country w»J ra iscd tWofi-uh dur...

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No Need to Ask. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

No Need to Ask. The sleiphl-of-hand perfo mince was not going very well. 'Ca-. anv lady or gentleman lend me an egg ?' nsked the conjuier. ''If we Jad one,' Fl.nuted a man in the audience 'you'd 'ave «ot It long before thfc?.'

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Knights of the Hammer LICENSES GRANTED LIST OF COMMISSION AGENTS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

Knights of the Hammer LICENSES GRANTED LIST OF COMMISSION AGENTS Three auctioneers' licenses were granted bv Mr. Lahey, pitting in his capacity of licensing magistrate in the Soutbport Liceming Court yester day. The licensees were, R. G Bnmlston, A. R, Andrews, both of Southport, and H. Smith, of Buxlelgh Heads. At the same court a renewal of commission agents' licenses were granted to R. G. Buroiston, C. E. M. Graham. A. R. Andrews, H. Smith (BuUefeh Beads), F. W. Taylor (North Tambourine), A. E. Pysden, ff. W. Troyahn, W. E. Browne, A. J Munlo, W. L. Jackson, E. L. G. Mai lmson, J. Rowe, W. Sbillito, T. C Andrews, J. Qulahchefski, C. Justins (Burielsb Heads).

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Caught by Undertow LIFE-SAVERS' MERITORIOUS RESCUE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

Caught by Undertow LIFE-SAVERS- MERITORIOUS RESCUE Attracted by the cries for help fnon two jrtrla who were caoght in the undertow while surfine at the Main Beach on Frtlay, a Panltz. of the Surfers' Paradise Life-saving Clob, swan to their assistance and effected a merltorioos rescue. Both had been carried beyond the flags ?md -arm* out abont 60 vaida. One of the gMs he secured in what b known as the fifth method of res cue and the other be contrived to ?and on the crest of a wave. Thus puTJlnfe one and sanding the other foi-- «Vd be managed to reach safer water, where a frienaijr hand assisted him. Meanwhile members of the beach patrol, who bad also haerd the tries, prepared to nndep assistance, which fiappny w«s no longer, needed.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Bowls [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

Bowls -?'? '.». On Saturday five rinks were eo caged at the Southport bowling grfeen where some clone games were played. Scores:— Pohlman, Annand, Hedges Monk house ? 21 Lynch, Bastick. Napper, Brown.. 22 Briggs, R. Johnston, DaKragh, Hib bard ? 24 E. Johnston, Ninano, Carey, An nand ? 17 Shillito, Dodd, Gilbert, Ledbury 16 Bertwistle, Woods, BlrWieek, Well don ? 30 A. Johnston, Cavill, Barnes; Mat thewson, Olaijc ? 20 Boidery, Thams. Bennett, Lathei*. Andrews ? 25 Meltman, Watson. O'Donohue, Byrne, Adkins ? 25 Matthews, Cochntne. Beilby, M'Domgall, Wightman ? 17

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Teachers Training School EXAMINATION FOR ST. JOHN CERTIFICATES [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

Teachers Training School EXAMINATION* KOR ST. JOHN CERTIFICATES The following members of the Teachers' Trainlr« School at South port, who sat for the St. John An- bulance Certificate, passed the ex amination at which Dr. W. A. Mackey was the examiner'. The class was con ducted by Superintendent P. R»hy :— Th'ry. P/'cal. Tl. Aaams, Andrew E... 34 60 94 Broad, Wilfred J. .. 34 60 94 Black, Godfrey J. .. 30 57 fi' Crapp. Arthur B. .. 35 60 95 Campbell, George 1. 29 &7 86 Cook, William W. J. 31 52 83 Canham, George W. H. 30 60 90 Campbell, John G. .. 32 62 94 Churwen, John ..31 60 91 Daniel, Frank William 32 58 90 Dollar. Claude .... 22 71 9o GflUro. Noel W. ..36 74 . 110 Hooper, «l«am H. 30 66 . 96 -H«Jin««, Arthur H. .. 29 66' 9o Hooper. Westcotte P. 31 57 88 Henderetn, Noel R. G.-29 68 97 Harris Herbert A. .. 29 60 89 Hough, Cecil R. .. 25 61 86 James. L. W. ? 33 58 91 Keene. E ? 32 59 91 McShane, A. ? 26 48 74 McNickle. Wm. .... 31 5C 87 Neilsen, C. A. V. ..38 P9 97 Provan, ...

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Wednesday's Play. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

Wednesday'* Ptay Three rinks weie in play on the Southport gpeen on Wedneaday after noon. Scores : — Matthews (Clayfield), Mason, M'Dougall (Auchenflower), Byrne (Ipswich) ? ? 28 Watson (Ipswich), Annand, Gil bert (Tcowong), WelWon (Ips wich)- ? 19 Lynch (Auchenflower), IL Napper, Brown (Ciayfield) ? 21 Pohlman, Darnagh (Easl Bris bane), Monkhouse ? , 21 Cochrane, Shillito, Mathieson (Ipswich) ? 21 Bifets, Cowie, Hibbard ... 13

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Let His Mates Down POSTAL LINESMAN IN TROUBLE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

Let His Mates Down POSTAL LINESMAN IN TROUBLE Having failed to pay accounts with money which- he had received from bis wotfk mates involved William & Btrayn, B Hollander, in a charge of stealing at the Soutbport Police Court yesterday. m ? The amount at* issue* was {13/19/7 De Bruyn, who was a linesman in the employ of the Postal Department, was given charge of a district Rang . as temporary foreman. The party shared the cost of supplies, and as account* came in paid to de Bruyn their share. Some of these at various centres de Bruyn faUed to pay. When 'it was fiat stated that the accounts had not been piad da Broyn declared that they had, bat later admitted his failure to do so. De Bruyn has been in the employ of the department for several years, utee of which were in Southport. When the ease came before Mr. Lahey, acting P.M., yesterday, the'de fendant was fined IE and cMdered to make wteitution or serve four months. One month was allowed In which to make payment. The membe...

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Against Brisbane [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

Ag-in-t Brisbane , Four rinks are oominpr from Bris bane Xo^aatpow to engage a like number of locals.

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The Rifle L. and A. DISTRICT R.C. UNION. Team for Redbank [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

The Rifle L. and A. DISTRICT R.C. UNION. Team for Redbank A team of riflemen representing the Logan and Albert District Rifle Clubs' Union will travel Ijy. piivate cars to Redbank on- Saturday _nwrt»-- /ne 26th instant, for the purpose of taking part in a triangular contest for the Macartney Shield. e*ainst the Ipswich and West Moreton District Rifle Clubs' Union and the Metro politan Union, the lattei union being the present holder of the 'shield have been challenged by the Ipswich and West Moreton Union to retain their laurels on the Redbrnk nmge. The personnel .of the Iogan and Albert team are as follows :—J. A. Savage (csptatn). U. Wyllie and A. Hornburg (Been'el^n), S. F. Proud (Coemera). H. Smith *nd J. S. Wtarne (Eeaudesert), A. H and L. V. Soe Raard (Nerang), A. Soegaard and W. N. Tennis (Southport;. A. Soegoaid and H. Smith wfl; coach the team. The January montMy coirjietition, whi:h had to be postponed last week end, on account of the rain, will be fired this week-end, the...

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