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

fflS^The South -Gq^sOSH FRIDAY. JANUARY25. 1»29.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

Marggraf's — For — ATI Classes of Footwear, Hosiery Musical Instruments RECORDS AND ACCESSORIES In GREAT ASSORTMENT. H. Harggraf & Son NERANG STREET, _ SOUTHPORT. 'PHONE 161. £. A. Grigg tor Books! I Specialise in— BOOKS FOR TINY TODDLE RS, BOOKS FOR GIRLS AND bOYS. BOOKS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE, BOOKS FOR OLDER PEOPLE, BOOKS FOR EVERYONE! ALSO: A CIRCULATMQ LIBRARY OF UP TO DATE FICTION. E. A. GRIGG, NERANG STREET. ' 'PHONE 2$. P.O. Box 13 f Tailoring is our Hobbqi II ^ Thai's Uftii] li Paqs H 1 To Buij Here] II 'wL We arc tailors because we enjoy |i &*?- niakrng good clotKes. || m ^^m ?ur a!m ' to Juppl.y (uP*rior tulor- II I ^^vB ^*ou ^-U {inJ that our range of suit- IB [ ings cannot be bettered for qu»li$ || _^_ end exclusiveness, and our tailoring IB ^S ?» methods ensure a perfect f tting and II ?-' long wearing suit. n ^^L^ (Hm prices are most moderate. ? ?? **-^ Call in any time £oulilt« — W«»K«I1 B| II be pletsed to tee you. II W. W. OLNEY SSI-* H Phone 75 Ncrang St...

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

A lady visitor to Southport asked a localite the other day: ''Do you have many wrecks on this coast 1' Localite: 'Only those you see in the bath-robes.'

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

Beaudesert Rates Ihs fcilcwincr rates were struck at a special meeting of the Town Coun cil :— North Word — General late, cf 'Sit- in the t: loan rate of Id. in the £. South Ward— General rate, of 3Ud. in the £: lenn late, of 3d in the S. Central Wr('d— Gereral i-ate, if 5'-id. in the £; lo^n i'ate, of oV'id. in the C; electric light, of l',4d. 5n the £; sleaising rate, of 9d. per service per week, ? ,

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Beware O' Th' Widders A TRAGEDY IN VERSE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

Beware 0' Th' Widders A TRAGEDY IN VERSE ''I'm just an 'amble sailor man, I l.kes me pint of ale, Spends 'art roe life in drinttln' an* th' other, 'arf I sail. They calls me Long-bow Peter, but for why I never) knew, \Tever hear 'bout Bill an' rce in eighteen-ninety-two ? Well, me an' Bill was shipmates en th' old tuh Manda'av. Wot wos sail In' 'oroe to' England, makm' twenty knots a day ; And so when she fcot ter Portsmouth, things were pretty slack, so we Got shorfc-Ieave fer a week ter go an' look what we could see. An' after we 'ad kettled down, we tgets up on our feet Ter go an* 'ave a drfnk or two an' give th' gals a treat. Th' first was most important, sc we looks about a bit An' sees a inn aonc; the road an' steers our courtse fer it. We goes inside an' drops our sails an' looks around th' place An' spies a woman in th' bar, a widder by her. face. She looks at Bill, 'e looks at 'w as tho' 'e'd turned ter. stone, Fer widders is Medusey^ an* they chills yer ter th' bone, I see...

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FOR THE MOTORIST IN OPEN COMPANY ERSKINE WINS STIFF SOUTH AFRICAN TEST 966 POINTS OUT OF 1000. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

I FOR THE MOTORIST I IN OPEN COMPANY ERSKINE WINS STIFF SOUTri AFRICAN TEST 96C POINTS OUT OF WOO. Highest honors in the Baibeivon Reliability Trial, South African rector classic, weue won lecently by a stock model E-fckine Six Sedan. Xiie Erskine piloted by Alec Mackta tosh, amateur .driver, scoied 9fi6 t-ofnts of a possible 1000, to win the ***^i«#i nnt ir»ital /Min twrt rratLrl irs-'dnls and a certificate of merit. The f iitst day's run led from Johan nesburg thrown Delraas to Withbar.k, Middfeburg, Wonderfontaine, Caio lina. and tfcf miles uver the mountains to B-rb-'iton, a distance of. 250 naies. Ihe return trip was made over tho same route two days later. Based on engine capacity and class 'cf diiver, each conpetitor was !?- ijuired to maintain a specified speed lHimiyh^ut. th*» test. Thirty-four contestants enlo.*.-l the ttlal, of which seven failed to ttait. ^inattc.i completed, the fun, the EsKine Six leading with SCO points, and followed by two c.i.peti tors who tied for ...

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

The 'PLYMOUTH' CHRYSLER'S NEW FOUR CYLINDER MODEL. IS NOW AVAILABLE. The st liking imp! en envois a.c immediately noticeable. It setst an entirely new star.d_rd in cap design. A 'Four' that acts like a ''Six'' F*rice £263 WATCH FOR THE NEW MODELS G!5 AND 75 AVAILABLE SHOKlLY. Local Dealers: The Southport Motor & Parking Co. Ltd, SCARBOROUGH-STREET. NEAR STATION. 'PHONE 379. SOUTHPORT. Studebaker j Announces \ A Complete line of 1 New Cars i j 2 Championship Perfdfmance Clothed in Rare 1 NEW BEAUTY, At moderate Prices | jl S^rL LURING new features to | il T*1 increase your pride of possess- | g ion. These new Studebaker and § y Erskine Models are undoubtedly the \ 1 greatest line of motor cars ever shown I l| in Queensland. I ' I To all models are fitted Bali-Bearing I a Shackles - the greatest advance on any I |j car for many years. \ ?p Queensland Distributor*: ; I Canada Cycle & Motor 1 I Agency [Queensland] Ltd. I |l Creek and Adelaide Streets, Brisbane I l§j Loca...

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NORTH STREET, GOSPEL HALL. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

NORTH STREET. GOSPEL HALL, Breaking of Bread — 11 ajn. Sunday School- 2.30 rT Gospel Meeting— 7 pun.

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SALVATION ARMY. Sca[?] Street. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

SALVA1ION ARMY. RrArh^r^nr^h S:np«it. Sunday, 11 a.m. and 7.30 pjn. Sunday School, 2 p-ra. Adjutant Cole and Captain Stephen ion.

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SAVING PETROL [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

^ SAVING PETROL The two main essentials in eccnom isine petrol are to avoid waste ar.d to drtvo only in the 'high srxiU' — the points of uccleeration, when th} b^st eot-!-z*ry Is c'fectcd for given speeds ov loads. mainly nre the answer to lhe common question s\% to why Afferent diive-s of identical cars obtain widely dif fq ent( po;rol ecaainoies. Vaste is tb^ most usual fault, and ' it begins at the fuel pump, where faults are sk i py filling, cvcr-fiJling, rrd \he incomplete draining of ?!?? ho3e. Next.' serious waste occurs c'urinR ~f.artir,(r up, if owne.s persist in * flooding the carburetter for each '*rart. Jfe t^e ai' cho'ce or ^tr.?.: Rlr1: instead.

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OVER RAILROAD SLEEPERS BRAZILIAN'S DARING DRIVE BETWEEN CONTINENTS IN 1922 MODEL STUDEBAKER. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

OVER RAILROAD SLEEPERS EKAZILIAN'S DARING DRIVE BETWEEN CONTINENTS IN 1922 'MODEL ST JDEBAKEK Afemsues of some difficult driving feats in outback parts of Australia, where tre .nihvay sleepers are often used in prefei-ence U, the baic'ly de fined ''roadway,' will be recalled to Australaii rooiurfcts by the e\pe.i ence of Jclb Mario Baion;, wh.-, in a 1922 model Studtbaker tourer, ie — centlv. completed half of n darin? ?£u,-am imei -comment trip. D.\ l^a.M ing Panama City ? — - Barone antf his 1922 Studbakfer which had alrteady travelled mOe mere than 10 miles, set out from liio de Jcnierc, 12-aiil, Scuth /.TCorJca, ior New Ycejc, N.Y., r.crth America, on July £9, 1927. More thin a year lale!*, after successfully i^gotialijig ii,er&, mountain 'rar^^s, tiackiess d.sjits and fever infested s;vaai;.s, tbj in trepid driver and his staunch car battetvkl but dependable, tiiuirrphnnl ly coirapleted their conquest ol ihs South American Continent. Starting at Rio de Janeiro, the ?— -...

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ATTACKED BY CROCODILE BODY BITTEN AND TORN SENSATION IN CAIRNS BATHS CAIRNS Friday. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

ATTACKED BY CROCODILE BODY BITTEN AND TORN SENSATION IN CAIRNS BATHS i CAIRNS Friday. With a big piece of flesh bitten out of his hip and five or six tears along tiw nWli of Us back two or throe af which were dwp, gaping wounds aboat sis inches long, a young man namee* Kevin Con Ion, agoa aboat 24, rnslnd out of the baths on the Cairns Esplanade aboat IMS last nSght, aad collapsed on the Sana' after befog at tacked by a eracodlle. ? Whale badlT mauled aad also suf fering from shock he Is reported to be progressing. Conlon, who fs employed as a packer with Bums, Philp, and Co was bathing with two companions about 15 yards out in water only about 18 inches deep, when attacked by the saurian, which it is cons!dered must have found its way Into the baths through one of the man-made large holes in the surrounding fence. Tho reptile was immediately after wands seen swimming around outside the baths about 45 yards from the shore. Two shots were filed at it from rifles, but nothing more was...

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First Step Taken WATER SUPLY FOR SOUTHPORT [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

First Step Taken WATER SUPLY FOR SOUTHPORT The first steps in the piepaiaiory work of giving Southport a water supply has been taken. The clerk of the water authority, Mr. R. B. Lather, receivde word on Wednesday that Engineer Sharp was coming to South port next day to begin the suivey ior. me pipe line rrom weeaon^ cross ing to the reservoir site on quarry reserve, near1 Molendinar. This does not definitley mean that the actual work of commencing the supply scheme is beinsr undertaken, btu it is a step towards tfT?*«ei-d- thanks to th? inter?st ttken bvr?*«i Hon. J. G. Appel, M.L.A.

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

WANTED— By lady, accommodation in refined prlva/e home; long stay if suited; and reference. — Apply This Office. WANTED KNOWN— P. Ferguson, Dry Cleaner, Dyer, Presser, Hats Renovated, C/- Vance's Stare, near Station, Southport. THURSDAY. 31st JANUARY, At 10.30 o'clock IN PHILLIPS AUCTION ROOMS, 161 QUEEN-STREET, BY PUBLIC AUCTION 35ft. mot-op «-*yrm?n «*eii-— i»---~ Undetr instructions from the Public . Curator, in Estate of Charles O'Brien tieceased. AN IDEAL FAMILY LAUNCH, length 35ft., Beam 10ft, with Cabin find Fixed Awning. Well fitted with 4 spring bunks, galley, sink, icechest. . etc. 18 Kp. C.C.M. Marine Ergine, ?-? generator; battery, ground gear, and dingey. Can- be Irrepectcid at Campbell's Boat Slip, Hill End, South Brisbane, TERMS CASH A. S. PHILLIPS & SONS, LTD., i AUCTIONEERS. ? i /'Q/wotfff so consistently goodrV II YOUR formal and informal afternoon Teas \i // will become the charm and wonder of \\ U your euests If you brew KING TEA. « ' : [I The tiny leaves...

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Appreciative Teachers INSTRUCTORS COMPLIMENTED [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

Appreciative Teachers INSTRUCTORS COMPLIMENTED Expressions of appreciation for lh-- work of the instructors (Lieu. H. Spotswcod, Warrant Offi.-er K. M't chel, and the superintendent of the Southpctt Arriulance Brigade (Mr. P. ? Raby). were imdc at the conrlus'on - of the vacation course in physical \j trainiuR. by the fquad of 37 Ia?ch:r ' at Soutftport on Wednesday. -The gathering of the teachdrs was , i retiued over by .«i ?. C. A N'eil-i-n * who said th-j' had been fortunate in the instructors chosen. The ictcbers i had boen Insnired to (h- of th; best. Tl1* remaiflH of the chairman wero fd i'Tl r-.r Mefrs. . K. AHams A. Crapp, and H. Selwood. who sfXjVe 'f - (he crthu'iiasm put into the work by the trstt-jctrrs art! the cor~-idcration shcxn to the trainees. As n tn);en of their apr-Teciatiin ?- ro=« bowl was presented to Mr. R.'bj . ?nH conducted tho life-savirj-' cmusp nespondirg, the instmctors m'ds reference to the pood feeling which -hda existed .durirft the course, and / -e...

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Social News [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

Social News :o: Mr. H. Clegs, O.P.S., has returned to -Iuty aftei a pleasant holiday in the heat of Sydney. There is no place like Southron, he says. Mr.' L. A. Wilkinson, manager, of tho Commercial Ranlr tt Southnflrt— haA been m-xle a J.P. ?'?- — - Capt. Francis, M.P., and Mrs. Fran cis have been staying for a few days et the Surfers' Palradise Hotel. Mr. Francis, in company with Mr. Appel, M.L.A., visited Coolanfjatta yesterdiy.

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Value of Visitors 37 PEOPLE LEAVE £600 [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

Value of Visitors 37 PEOPLE* LEAVE £600 The value of visitors to a town is emphasised by the statement made in connection withr the school for phy sical trianing conducted ut Southport month. It is authoritlvely de clared that the party of teachres and visiting; Instructors left 'about £600 behind than in the three weeks they were ha?e. There is a double tatis faction to the poeple of Soulhport in L'» admission of the teacher* that they got their money's worth.

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Big Scoring TEACHERS DEFEATED [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

Big Scoring TEACHERS DEFEATED In a match against the Teachers' Training School on Sunday week a team representing Southport did some heavy scoring. To the teachers' first innings scone of 78 Southport re sponded with 225. A. E. Whittle made a breezy 75 before retiring. In duded in his score were two sixes end eight fours. G. A. Jackman con tributed 65, made by free, attacking play. He also retired. R. Shelton ran to 30. in a very short tUre, when he retired. L. Thams added 20 before he, too, 'retired.

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More Road Work BRISBANE ROAD EXTENSION [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

More Road Work Brisbane' road extension At the fortnightly meetinp of the SoutHport Council on Tuesday, authority was .read from the Main Roads Commission, to call tenders for the missing link section of the South Ooast road. The road in question is a continua tion nf the Brisbane deviation, and tb? length is approximately a mile and a half. A motion was cailried that tenJers be calkd. The Mayor remarked that the de cision of the Commission would save ? the council a considerable anmint.

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Power Grader Wanted SOUTHPORT TO CONSIDER [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

Power Grader Wanted SOUTHPORT TO CONSIDER Stressing the need for the Council to move with the times. Aid. A R Andrews moved at the Southport Town Council on Tuesday that the Council go Into ways and means nf purchasing a power 4grader. Speak ing in support. Aid. Andrews saW they were paying £S a day for a man ana two rcraes, which tney coma save bv having a grader, and, at the -ame ttmfi have more work done. The irotion was &econded by Aid. Beale nad carried. Aid. Freeman doubted the value f-f a power grader in much of the soft Mndv soil wHch they had. as also did Aid. Helsne?, while Aid. Pysden trwKht' they would still require the horses. However, as the motion did not commit them at this stage to the purchase all voted for it.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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