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CAN NOT AFFRONT [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

CAN NOT AFFRONT Am I to set mv Me upon a throw, Because a bear W*a&t and surly 1 No ? ' / A tnorla. senWble, and well-bred Will not *f front me, and no other caiystiowper.

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

Fr»«h Oyttn, Crabs, FUb Dhnn. M. Theodore's Soutbport Cafe. C. A. BELL, RACECOURSE. ROAD. SOUTHPOKT. j BUILDER & CONTRACTOR. , SHOP AND OFFICE FITTER. .5 SHOW CASE SPECIALIST. ? ' Alteration and Repairs. ; ESTIMATES GIVEN. ' Agent f* SEA INSURANCE Ca THONE 352. To make it Reallv Beautiful, Shingling must ^^^^^^^^^^^_ BE DONE BY H^SHHHBExperienced Operators HHl^^^^^^^^^^^^H No one nowadays 'dtniee tha (B^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H hulthfotitMi and conrenienee of the M^^^^^^^^^^^^H Shingle. Bat no girl or lady wishes I^^HI^^^^^^^^^^^H *° aaeiUiea her hair without the aa ^LMHs^L^s^s^s^s^s^s^s^sH smanee that her appearance thai! at ^^HE^^^^^^^^^^^^^H least lose nothing by. tha change. Re f^pWCa^S^S^S^S^S^S^S^S^H c**1* Patrons. of oar Ladles' Saloon RIS^^^^^H *?»? P'*** oar assertion that oar/ H^^^^^^H experienced operators can give ntJa* UHK^s^s^s^s^s^s^s^H factory results, and we offer you that ?H^^^^^H qjallf led MALE Service without HHL^sffs^s^s^s^s^s^s^s^sa fictitious prices or impositi...

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

C.G.Belford The New Small Qoodsman SCARBOROUGH ST- SOUTHPORT I DELIVER DAILY. Forwarfl Yoar Address and I will deliver. 'PHONE 463. Distinction Conferred On SANDER ft SONS' PORE VOLA TILE EUCALYPTI EXTRACT Include First Award and Gold Medal N.Z. and S3. Exhibition. 1926, Dunedin, N.Z.; Award and MadaL International Ex hibition, Amsterdam. Iti parity and potency are proved by analysis of Profs. Inglis, University. Otigo, and De Bavsy, Melbourne. It was proved best at Supreme Court; Melbourne. It is recommended by eminent medical authorities and enjoys royal patron **Wby? Because SANDERS' EX TRACT is not the commercial Euca lyptus oil. but a specially prepared medicinal product highly effective In all infectious diseases, headaches, cuts, burns, sores, piles, etc, when used » directed. A. month wash o* W drops of SANDER'S EXTRACT in % plasg of water will cure pyorroea and pre serve the teeth. When inhajed wttb hot water it will loosen the phlegm in bronchitis, whooping cough, etc Insi...

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Coomera v. Gilston [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

Coomara v. GiUton In the second innings of *}**!**% gainst Gilston In the Soutbpcrt^ District Cricket Association fjx^ _5Ss °CVS. ^rSA** « Coemera JoiiJon— Second P'*'!l* W. A. Slganto, b Jones .. ,'? ?? ?? 38 R. Oxenford, b Jones ? J° W. Foxwell, b Jones ? ?» N. BambJlne, c Lentz, b T- Wogas 1 L. Oxenfort, c Lentz. b Jmes . ... 22 J. Oxenford, st. Taylor b Jones 1 F. Oxenford, c Spence-'. b Hires 1 Chas. Wballey, c Lent* b Jones . . 1 Col. Silganto, c Hin*, b Jones .. 3 0. Anderson, not oo( ? « C. Cumy ? 2 Sunarits ? m. Bowling.— Jones, 7 for 48; F. Lentz, 0 far 0; L. Wog«s, 1 for 24; J. Guinea. 0 for 15; W. Hinde, 1 for 9. Gill ton.— Secorfd Inning*. G. Duncan, c Les. Oxenfortd, b BambOinjr ? 6 O. Hinde, b Bamblinjf ? 1 G. Jones, b R. Oxenford ? 8 W. Taylor, c Whalley. b Bambling 6 S. Spencer, b R. Oxemfoid .... 4 J. Guinea, c Anderson, b L. Oiten ford ? 3 ' L. Wtgas, c Whalley, b R. Oxenford 7 F. Lentz, b Barobling ? 0 L. Hinde, b Bamblinc ? 0 W Hinde. st. J. Oxenfo.d, b- R- Oxen...

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IN THE REALM OF SPORT Cricket COMPETITION FIXTURES [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

mmmmiimwmimvmimmmmmmmawmmmmmmiimmmwMmwm^ '| IN THE REALM OF SPORT I I ? ,,i i « i uTMmmrmumimmiimimnnmnmwivnm& WIUBII II II II B 1 1 1 1 ' '' t T ? Cricket , ' cOMPETmON FIXTURES On Saturday the opening games in the sec^Hund of the A gi«Je com petition were concluded. Eariport v. Westport be was unludky not to reach the lot). 5. iTThams batted well for 29. ^tp^Tbeean Mr '^'^I ^Xo^dV«IhTS.WhiIU.g out at 17. W. Powell P*£** S™ the blal' for Bastport, taking three wickets for 27. Scores:— Eastport— Firt* Inning* ?*?*' — H. Napper, run out ? ?? '? G A. Jackman. c Cl^f Nappe*. b E. J. Dowline ? « C. Napper, lj W. Dowlas .. .. ?? » R. Shelton, c E. J. Dowline. b''^ A. u'TtoSSf e and b 'Mailing ' 29 S. Foreman, b R. Whittle ?????? ° R. Love, c E. Dowling, b R. Wttle 1 W. Kirkpatriclc, b W. Dowling .. 8 H. Dowling. not out .. .. '??.?? ° A. Hughes, c P. Napper, b Mallin son ? ? ? Oc Sundries ? j_^ Total ? 2X5 BowlinB.-W. Dowling, 2 for 49; R Whittle, 2 for B5; L. A. Thams, 1 for 10:...

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Handy to Know [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

Handy to Know To Seftea Hani Wafer.— Boil it and expose to the air; add a little soda. ? ? e ? Burning Fluid.— Four quarts al cohol, 1 pint spirits Of tuiper.tine; mix well. It is the best in use. ? ? » Baeketf Milky- Put the milk in a jar, I piper, end bake In a moderate even : uilll thick as deam. May be liken '? by the moot delicate rtomach. ? ? ? Washing FloH.— Two pounds crdae potash, 1 ounce *al ammoniac % ? ounce saltpetre, 2 gallons rain water, 1 pint for 8 gallons of water1 and 1 i pound soap; put the clothes to soak ' oven night and runse in the morning. ! ? ? ? , Magic Pastel-White marble dust 4 oantes, pumice stone (in Impalpable powder) 3 ounces, rut pink 1 ounce, honey % pound, attar of roses 15 Bropi: Whitens the te«:b, but should not be used too freely nor too frequently. Atftimonial Seen.— Prepared bv dis solving 1 part golden sulphuret of ar.timony of 2 ports of a saturated solution of caustic potash, to this add of caustic soap, in powuer, 4 . parts; triturate til...

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

J. N. Skelton BUTCHER QUEEtf AND SCARBOROUGH STREETS ? SOUTHPORT Orders called for Daily and Pitmnt p«llwy _ to '.Town Residents. Three Deliveries each week to Bcnowa fend Bundall. For 1001b. or 501b. lots CORNED BKEF '[i CANNOT BE' EXCELLED COUNTRY CUSTOMERS A SPECIALTY. W. J. Kirkpatrick, Family and Carcass Butcher Scarborough Street (North), Southport PRIMEST BEEF ONLY FROM THE NORTHSIDE BUTCHERY. CUSTOMERS WAITED ON DAILY. ?PHONE, SOUTHPORT 9*. f . I If you want the best, combined J ? with civility and attention, try ! I COLVIN I I THE NEW BUTCHER I NERANQ STREET, SOUTHPORT I j 'PHONE 142 | Mr. C. G.Frew, | L.D.Q, ♦ * 1; SURGEON DENTIST, * . V COUNTRY PRESS CHAMBERS *' - { EDWARD-ST., BRISBANE. ' ', M. W. LOVE, l I; FUEL MERCHANT, . k .;? NERANGROAD, SOUTHPORT. . ' (j* ?PHONE iO7. ' ' ' f S.B.WARD, h! M.QX&, ' '*. J AUTHORISED SURVEYOR, «« - (Late AXF.), £ \ Nerang Street, Southport. -* J ?Phone 20$. Bex 9. \~ ? - ?' R. McCOWAN, SOLICITOR, A 334 QUEEN-STREET, BRISBANE ' ...

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DOSING THE PIG [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

DOSING THE PIQ To administer a dese of medicine to a pig soma strategy may be neces sary. A well-known method was to give the pig the dose through an old boot or shoe with a hole cut in the toe. For the purpose of giving a dose of castor oil, which is the be ' remedy In cases of diarrhoea, .b1' the ofl till it flows fiieely, take - piece of tough leather, such as a piece cut from an old legging or a Wellington boot, to wrap round the neck of the castor, oil bottle; so as to prevent the pvt; from crushing the bottle between its teeth. A sma71 p»g may be hardled with out use of rope or twitch, hut a la'ge pig will generally have -to be caught by the jaw with a stick and piece of rope. If a short tube is cut from a' old cycle frame, smooth the ragged ends, scrub off the enamel, and scrub and wash the tube inside. Plug one end. with a cork. Pour in the re quired dose. Get someone to hold the pig, and then empty the lube slowly Into the pig's mouth, its snout held up. For a store pig 2 o...

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PROGRESS IN QUEENSLAND HOW DAIRYING INDUSTRY HAS GROWN [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

PROSRESS IN QUEENSLAND HOW DAIRYING INDUSTRY HAS GROWN In twenty years, largely on account of the waft of the Agricultural De partment, dairying has developed in to a national industry next to sugar in annual value. In 1911 Queensland produced 27300,000 lb. of butter and 3,718257 Ux cheese. In the year 1921 (tak ing the ten-year period) the produc tion of both commodities rose to 60.900,0000 lb. and 15,000,000 lb. re spectively, and in addition 15.000,000 lb. of condensed milk were produced in the latter year. In the course of the decade production molte than doubled. The latest figures sure (1927-28)— butter 69,464,414 lb., cheese 14,009,606 lb. The monetary value of the industry increased rfom £2^50,000 in 1911 to £7550,000 in 1927. Fifteen yeans ago thetoe was no appreciable production of cheese, but to-day, largely through the inspiration and energy of the L'e partnxjit, Queensland ts now the big Best cheese exporting State in the Commonwealth.

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ROOTED IN THE SOIL. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

ROOTED IN THE SOIL. In a moral point of view, the life of the agn'cnltui'lst Is the most pnre and holy of any class of men : pure, because it is the most healthful, and vice can hardly find time to contaminate it; rncf holy, beecuse It btings the Doily perpetually before his view, giving him thereby the most exalted notions of supreme power, and the most fs'cinaiing and endearing view of moral benisnity^-Lord John Russell.

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For the Man on the Land SCIENCE IN BREEDING INFLUENCE OF CROSSING PURE-BRED AND COMMERCIAL STOCK [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

For the Man on the Land O SCIENCE IN BREEDING INFLUENCE OP CROSSING PURE-BRED AND COMMERCIAL STOCK For many years science has played an important part in cattle breeding, and in the future it will exert a much wider, influence in the Ipnoduc Ion of pum-hted and commercial Etoolc Hitherto it has been confined roone to stud animals than applied generally to the extensive cattle bokHngs of the larger. States, but there is a universal tendency to de vote Closer aneiinuii v« w«* u»*--~«'»» of the best types of animals. It might be no exaggeration, in fact, to ?. declare that the day of the non- , i descitpt is gone for ever. The ultl ' mate object of science as applied to ; cattle' breeding must be the analysis 1 of the hereditary make-up of the ani - mal, and as this knowledge so (gained ' relates to the lethal facotrs discover ed in many species of animals. The result of the action of these had been the birth of individuals that : were unable to live. It is now pos sible by appropriate...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

Three is - erttitn artificial polish, » ccrrmonplfce vivacity acquired by perpetually mingling in tliP beau ntoniU, which, in. the coirmerce of the, world1, supplies Tneplace'of nntiral suavity 'ind rood-humor, but ??- purchsaeu ta the expense of all original ind s»«rJirs Iralfj of eliar»ctrr.— Washington Irving.

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

H. J. F. Lougheed, (Late HOLDEN BROS.), HOUSE & COACH PAINTER, SIGNWRTTERS, CAR ENAMELLERS. VhoiM MS. Agents for RIPOUN ENAMEL. SCARBOROUGH?!-., SOUTHPORT. BURLEIGH PLUMBING WORKS E. H. Co MEYERS, PLUMBER AND GALVANISED IRON WORKER, JAMES-ST, BURLEIGH HEADS. ?PHONE 33. Contract prices for all Classes of Roofing ana Tank Making, Stores. Plunge and Shower Baths, Water Heaters, Etc. Windmills Supplied and Erected. — 'r'' FIRST CLASS WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED A TRIAL SOLICITED , L,QQKJ_ 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 0 call and give us a trial. In our Grocery department you can obtain Cash and Carry prices — prompt cash with order i Orders called tor and delivered as usual J. Purvis & Sons, The Big Corner Block: 'Where Business Hums' - Southport

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

Large Assortment of Fancy Choco late Boxes far presents. M. Theodore's Southport Cafe. A. LEDBURY, BUILDER & CONTRACTOR, Plans prepared and Estimates Given fop All Classes' of Wovk REPAIRS A SPECIALTY LENNEBERG-ST.. SOUTHPORT. , 'PHONE 202. Best Because Purest KRETSCHMAR— made Drinks are famed for their flavor Try our 'SMILO' The New Orange Drink Once Tasted Alwuys Asked For. — OUR — BREWED GINGER BEER Is = Popular Favorite — While Our — HOP BEER has a Dinner-ale kick about it. Everybody likes it. ALL OTHER LINES EQUALLY GOOD. ^ ? J. A. KRETSCHMAR, SOUTHPORT CORDIAL AND AERATED WATER WORKS. THONE 30. Ij y FOSTER' 'T^ris S 3 o V n P ^=S^ *sPF S team S^ ' I - - SCARBOROUGH-STREET Still at the TOP (or the Hill) and the BOTTOM (of the prices) JUST CONSIDER A FEW OF THESE:— ABRAIZO 8d. ACIDS— Boiacic, 1/; Tartwic, 2/; Citric, 3/. AMMONIA— Household, gj. ; Scrubb's, 1/6. Asparagus, lOHoz., 1/4; lib. 1/5; 21b. 2/6. - Bacon Rasrurs 1/4, Piece 1/3, Fore Hock lid. Baking Powder, Aunt ...

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Coomera Shoot. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

Coooiera Shoot Owinjr to the glorious rains partici pated in this district during the week-end the Coometa Rifle Club were unable to hold their monthly shoot over the week end.

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MONDAY, JANUARY 28. "Rays of Sunshine" [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

MONDAY, JANUARY 28. 'Rf'y* of Sunshine'' On Monday, R'hilly-Brown's New Show, 'Rays' of Sunshine,' will ap pear in th-? Regnant Theatre. The flr,-t half of the programme will bs made up of pantomime revue and an it-Mii called Past, Piesent. and Fut'ire. Tr~ record half will be occupied by a mirth provoking comedy farce en titled 'Coherfs Visit to the IsWds'

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Regnant Pictures THE WEEK'S PROGRAMME. SATURDAY, JANUARY 28. "The Girl from Chicago." [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

Regnant Pictures THE WEEK'S PROGRAMME' SATURDAY. JANUARY 2S. 'The Girl from Chicego.*' This brilliant melodrama of the ur.derwoild rj based on the story of Anhur Somres Rtche, and the scen ario was executed by Graham Maker'. It lfcccunts th° hair-raisinir adven tures of a Southen girl, who leaves her father on the old plantation to come to the citv for rhe pufpose of freezing her brother from the gnng whose macinhations have placed hr:r. in the shadow of the chair. ''The Girl from ChicrRO' is one of me authentic melodramas, which have power to hold the imaginations and thrill the spine3 of beholders. The Headman' Lots of corgeous girlies delicious comedy, a different kind of story, and ruch a picture. Charlie's on his way — funny face — funny eye? — gags anH laughs— roars and sifcfls— the star of 'McFi^den's FIat-3' in anoth-v big lime, small town comedy that's jast os thrilling— and oh to funny. If the head man couldn't do all the kissing, he just didn't want to be the head man at ...

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Preference and Progress APPEAL TO BUY QUEENSLAND GOODS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

Preference and Progress APPEAL TO BUY QUEENSLAND GOODS The Clerk of the Weather iiialtd unkindly when representatives of thj Queensland Preference and InddS.Ui.il Peace League dadressed a public meeitng on Monday night. Not withstnadintr this the few who did attend were trcatde to institutional discourses on the aim and ideals of the League. The President of the Scu'.hport Chamber of Commerce (Mr. H. Bugs) was in the chair. The Hon. J. G, Appel and Miss Hannah were aho in attendance. The speakers, Mr. Neil O'Sullivan, and Mr. Plumridge, were introduced by Mr. Biggs. During the course of his address on the necessity of Queensland Pre ference, Mr. O'Suflivfln said the? ideals of the Queensland Preference League was to co-oidinate the eror.:mli: forces of the Empire which haJ suf fered much during the great war. Why should Queenslanders buy goods made in the hovels of the Eact ? he asked. Ml'. O'SullUan s!ad local pc-:ftrence meant fccus-sins the fi«iv'ir.^ power of the. people. The le...

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Southern Fruit Markets [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

Southern Fruit Markets The Committee of Direction of Fruit Marketing, matiket itpotts: — MELBOURNE, by wire. January 22 : — Banant-.s, .-inltrpate ion price 21/; pineapples, smooth 14/ to 20/, Rioley 9/ t-. 12/; passion fruit W to'20/; tomMoes, 5/ to R/; apn'es, 5/ to 10/; peas, 5/ to 7/; praches. 4/ to 10/: plums, 3/ to 5/; mcti.-tne«, 7/ to 11/ oer bushel. SYDNEY, bv «'ir-, Jrnuaiy 22.— Banams, specials 20/ to 22/, choice 14/ to 18/. stnrdards 8/ to 12/: pinearptes, smooth 12/ to 20/, Rip leys G/ to 15; pwsion fruit, 5/ to 14/; plcir.', halves 3/ to 10/; nec tarines halves 5/ to 10': reaches, h'aves '»/ to 6/: «wpff?, black 9/ to 14/, white 5/ to 10/; apples, desseit 10/ to 20/; coders, 8/ to 15/; peais halves 6/ to.12/.

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Growing Membership SURF CLUB'S HAPPY POSITION PREPARING FOR CHAMPIONSHIPS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

Growing Membership SURF CLUB'S HAPPY POSITION ? PREPARING FOR CHAMPION SHIPS Growing membership maiflts the ' progress of the Southpsort Surf Life-saving Club. Each meeting sees a new accession of. strength. At Tuesday night's monthly meeting there were -seven new enrolments. The chief business dealt with at the meeting had .reference to the championship competitions to be held Greenmount Beach on Sunday, Feb. 3, but a number of other matters of interest had attention. Championship Competitions It was decided to enter one team for the march past (10 men), and one for the alarm reel Lace, to consist of Messrs. E. G. Wilson, A.*J. Street. R. Noonan, W. Noonan, and E. Bolton. The selections for the surf race were : Messrs. R. Noonan, A. J. Street, E. G. Wilson, and L. Bowe, with W. Noonan, A. Williams, and H. Buthenberfe- as emergencies. For the junior surf race, E. Stew rat and G. A. Theodore will repiesent the club. In the surf relay race, Messrs. S. Bolton, W. Noonan, H. Ruthenberg,...

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