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District Doings Coomera News Benefi[?] Rain [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

i District Doings Coomera News Beneficial R«i» Very beneficial rains commenced to fall on Friday night. RfteU- a long dry spell, with intense heat. The total rainfall up to the 22nd in»l, at 8 am, leads as 354 points at Mjtrtlo Lodge. The country i» looking better than It has done for many months, and tile cream supplies should now begin to show an Increase.

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

Social. Cr. J. Slganto, sen., who has been on a visit to his daughter. Mrs. J. Shea (Brisbane), retur(ned home on Tuesday. Miss Doiis Watt . fYedrongpilly) and Miss Ena Binstead (Rathdowney) have been on a holiday trip to this district as the guests of Miss Joyce Ihnnl 'Mteses I. J. Johns, Marge Treve than, Marie Luby, and Mr. J. Luby (Brisbane) are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Siganto, Myrtle Loffee. Mils. W. West (Sydney), wh-- has been on a visit to her brother-in-law and. jister^Mr. and Mre. C. J. Bignell, ? returned lrare -during the week. Mrs W. Levy, who has been seri ously ill,' is at present progressing satisfactorily. Mr. Berry, sen. (Wondai), left heie on Tuesday last after spendine a fort nj|shtV holiday with his brother, Mr. Geo. Eerty, Upp'T Coomera. r

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Pier Pavilion THIS SATURDAY Two Shows in One—Circus and Motion Picture. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

Pier Pavilion THIS SATURDAY Two Shows in One — Circus aaif ' Motion Plctorr ?.'Circus Rookies' marks the third hilarious appearance of Karl Dane and George K. Arthur, and this new Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer picture comes to the Pier Pavilion this Saturday. It Is unique in that it fa an intimate Btory of circus life, with thrills and baarlous comedy mixed on with a charminir little romance. Thrill* b? fore the target of a knife thrower, wild chases the angry jrorilla, end breath-taking stunts on a trape?e a-e — -T amonir the highlights of the story. R. Denny Putt on Res! Fight In 'On Your Toet* Patrons are booked foH' some thril ling moments in ''On Your Toes,'' that will be shown at the Pavi'i-n this Saturday. The storv is that of a dancing teacher who his teen rnwle over into a ririze fighter by the in sistence of hi3 sweetheart and her father. He still retains Ms gentle characteristics, however, and hasn't the heart to knock out his opp-ments in the r!n-r. By a trick they succeed in maki...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEXT TUESDAY. "Robinson Crusoe" [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

NEXT TUESDAY. -*Robinson Crusoe' t*' --- Defoe's immortal classic filmed in the island of Tobago, amid scenes of wonderful natural beauty, will be one of the attractions at the Pavilion next Tuesday. Every phase of tl» . Btory has been taken in by the earn er© and all the thrills will be repro - duced rijght from the time Ciusoe is thrown on the island as the result of a shipwreck until he Is rescued by the Spaniards. . -*Rose of KSIdarc' *The Rose of Kildare.' which opens at the Pavilion next Tuesday, is a compelling romantic drama with a theme that will enthrall you from bgeinninj; to end. It is the story of an Irish colleen with a golden voice. and the love and trial of four lives, .. 'Which are bound together in a net of circumstances.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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NEXT THURSDAY "Anna K[?]enins" [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

NEXT THURSDAY 'Anna Katenina' Imperial Russia — most brilliant court in the world — with the most beautiful women, the most .lushing officers — all the -glory of the !and t»f the Czars before the revolution. This Is the bockgjrcund for .''Anna Kar enina' or 'Love,' the new John Gil b'ret-Greta Garbo cc-^larrinir vehicle which the Pavilion will show next . Thursday. Gorgeous uniforms, Elit tering' costumes, great palaces of the Russian aristocracy form a vivid tet Itnjg for the intensely dramatic story of a woman torn between two -supreme loves. Chancy in *-The Unknown.' 'The Unknown,' a MetioGoldwyn Mayer special production, is the asso ciate picture. Lon Chaney is abso lutely astonishing as ''the Armless Wonder' of the circus trt.upe, which forms th» basis of the story, and his remarkable love for the proptietor's daughter is the pulse of the RTe.it orama that carries the story forward to a mighty climax.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Lived to Tell MAN WHO CAUGHT DEATH ADDER [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

Lived to Tell :o; MAN WHO CAUGHT DEATH ADDER To have caught a death adder by the tail and lived to tell th? tto.-y was the experience of Mr. E. Roberts on his banana plantation at Mt. Nathan last week. Mr. Roberts stooped to pick up a plant of grass and found he, had hold nf ik. till #\f m r»nt{l» ITflvlrt-. nil axe in the other hand he quickly brought this down on what he be lieved to be the snake's head, which showed out from underneath. What appeared to Mr. Roberts at the time to be a yonug carpet snake, wari no otter than a deadly adder, ?which measured 20 inche3 in length. Mr. Roberts can count himself lucky. -

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Church Endangered FIRE NOTICE IN TIME [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

Church Endangered FIRE NOTICE IN TIME Noticing flames issuing from the exterior of the Piesbyteiian Church in Nreang-btreet on Sunday night, Miss Jean Panitr drew the attention of members of the family who live opposite. Mr. F. S. Paritz displayed resource by filling vases from the church with water from the adjoin fnjj ,tant With these ho was able to extinguish the flames before they got much of a hold. It is thought tat the blaze was caused through the electric lights outside the church fusing.

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

Social News Mr. and Vrs. T. W. Ryan and Master Ryan, who were .the guests of Mrs. Pat Woulfe, returned to Windsor last M»i~-t«y. - * Mrs.' S. A. Onnor and Miss Edna Fox ('Brisbane) art the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Howard at Fairlfcht, Burliegh Heads. Mr- . \V. Mocney and Miss K. Quinn t Rri«lifinji^ atu nmoner. the vltitnnR At Southport, and arc staying at Barne, Queen-street! Miss L. Smith is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Biggs at Kaliara (Labrador). Mr.-. Henry Bfezs was hostess to a few of her friends at a party at h»r residence, Kaliara, on Wednesday afternoon. Bridge and mu--ic were provided for the amusement of the Cuests.t and tea was -served at tables axanced with red montbella and white orchid'. Cai.trin and M-s. Francis are stay inc at the Surfers* Paradise Hotel, MeyeKs Fen v. Hiss W. L.' Fittock to visiting Too woorrba. Vrr. E. G. Simpkin has returned to Brisbane. Mi«s Beryl Graham entertained a numbet' of frjends at an enjoyable ? picture parity at the Recnant Thea...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Batteries in Summer [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

Batteries in Summer ? co: ? Battery inspction should be made more frecruently during the summer roontrfc. In the winter the tendency is toward undercharging on account of the shorter, runs and the additional use of the starter necessitated by cold weather. Promnt starts in worm weather. long afternoon runs, and late lighting np tims allow the battery to re ceive heavier changes in summer and evaporation is (rapid. Under ordin ary circumstances water, should now be required evefcv fortnight, but if the car Is on tour and is covering per haps 100 miles a day, attention may be needed on several occasions in I hit period. If the car is fitted with a switch for dweonnectine the genera tor, this can be used. to advantage frequently during lontz summer runs. Some motnriss who have not the ad vantage of this fitting follow the custom of reducing the generator out matter to reduce the output to 6 or S cases the usual changing rate of 10 or 12 amperes is not needed and with third brush genera...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
"The Best Deal for the Ratepayers" Southport Council Considers Rice's Road Contract [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

"The Best Deal for the Ratepayers" Southport Council Considers Rice's Road Contract   Faced with a loss on his road contract as a result of unforseen difficulties in the matter of obtain- ing metal from the Council's quarry, Mr. T. Rice wrote a letter to the Southport Town Council asking for relief to the extent of the 2/ a yard royalty which he had undertaken to pay when the contract was let to him. This would mean a concession of about £2000. The letter was received early in the new year, but was held over by the mayor until the return of Engineer Rheinhold from his holidays. The special meeting to consider the matter was held on Monday, when the council, after much discussion, decided to approach the Treasurer with a view to giving some relief.   The Council, whilst being sympathetic with the contractor, felt that its first duty was to the rate- payers, but believed that the ratepayers' interests could be best served in meeting Mr. Rice in some way, for ...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Southport Town Council FORTNIGHTLY MEETING [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

Southport Town Council FORTNIGHTLY MEETING The business sheet at the fort- nightly meeting of the Southport Town Council was again light on Tuesday, and the meeting finished in fair time. The meeting was attend- ed by the Mayor (Ald. Hendry Grice), Alderman A. R. Andrews, J. Siganto, A. Freeman, D. Beale, J. W. Troyahn, A. Heisner, M. T. Anderson, A. E. Pysden, and W. P. Stokes. An apology was received from Ald. J. Shepherd. Correspondence. The Union Trustee Co., writing re M. S. E. M'Lean Estate, intimated that they would be prepared to negotiate for the sale of No. 1 block, portion of "Duart" land, which was encroached on by blasting and work- ing at the Council's quarry.— On the motion of Ald. Troyahn and seconded by Ald. Pysden, it was decided to ascertain the price of the block of land in question. K. B. Price, on behalf of C. E. Pole, garage proprietor, of Scarborough street, drew attention to the condi- tion of the water table in front of the garage. The contractor had ex- ca...

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Golden Wedding MR. AND MRS. THOMAS HAMLYN [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

Golden Wedding MR. AND MRS. THOMAS HAMLYN A happy gathering of relatives and     friends were the guests of Mr. and   Mrs. Thomas Hamlyn, at their resid- ence, Noss, Main Beach Road, South- port, last Staturday afternoon, to cele- brate their golden wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Hamlyn (who are aged 71 and 68 respectively) were married at Albert Mills, Crow's Nest, Queens- land, on January 20, 1879, by the Rev. T. Thatcher. They have four sons, four daughters, and 17 grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Hamlyn lived for 30 years in te Crow's Nest district, and Mr. Hamlyn was a member of the Highfields Shire Council for 15 years   and also a member of the Taroom Shire Council for several years. He has been a Justice of the Peace for   many years, and a member of the Justices' Association of Queensland; also a member of the Southport Masonic Lodge, and the Southport Bowling Club. The Wedding break- fast was partaken of at Mrs. Nor- man's...

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Further £3000 No. 2 WARD LOAN [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

Further £3000 No. 2 WARD LOAN In accordance with notice of motion given by Ald. Troyrahn, it was decided   at a special meeting of the Southport Town Council on Tuesday afternoon to borrow a further £3000 for works in No. 2 Ward. A further motion authorised mem- bers of No. 2 Ward to discuss with the engineer the matter of works to be completed in No. 2 Ward and to   arrange for calling tenders.

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Sand Gardens PRIZE TO COOLANGATTA [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

Sand Gardens PRIZE TO COOLANGATTA Artistic gardens, fashioned by youth- ful hands, made a stretch of sand at the Wynnum South beach a thing of temporary beauty on Saturday. They were the products of imagination and constructive skill by 40 children, re- presenting beaches, at which the popular competition has been held under the auspices of the Daily Mail this summer. It was the final test of skill, to choose a champion of champions, and the prize, a gold wristlet watch, went to Madge Jones (Coolangatta), who is only 11 years of age. The number of competitors—40—     was a record for a final of this popu- lar event. They came from localities extending from Pialba to Tweed   Heads, and comprised representatives of Kirra, Greenmount, Southport, Coolangatta, Manly, Lota, Wynnum South, Bribie, Cribb Island, Woody   Point, Nudgee, Sandgate, Redcliffe,   and Currumbin.

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Convent Bathing Boxes REQUEST THAT THEY REMAIN [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

Convent Bathing Boxes REQUEST THAT THEY REMAIN The position of the Convent in re- gard to the order to remove bathing boxes from the bay front was brought   before the Southport Town Council on Tuesday in a letter read from the Mother Superior, who pointed out that the inconvenience that would be caused to the Sisters and their boarders if the order was enforced. It also would mean a loss to South- port, as over 50 Sisters and an equal number of boarders visited Southport each year for health reasons, of which sea bathing was a part, and they could not mak use of the public sheds. Ald. Grice mov that the letter be allowed to stand over till next meeting. This was seconded by Ald. Anderson and carried.

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

Social News Rev. and Mrs. Joseph Elliott (Maryborough), who have been spend- ing a holiday in Southport, have re- turned home. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Weber (Texas) are staying at Novo. Mrs. George S. Tuckett (Davenport street), accompanied by her two chil- dren, Stanley and Audrey, intends leaving for the south early next week, via the Northern Rivers. Mr. and Mrs. Mervyn Williams and   family (Charleville) are spending a holiday at Chelmsford. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mayne (Kensing- ton Downs) have taken Miss Isabel Townley's cottage (Brighton-parade) for a term. Miss Isabel Townley is spending a holiday at Tambourine Mountain. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. King and family (Yandina) are among the visitors to Southport. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Hollindale and Miss Pearl Blgnell (Coomera) are spending a holiday in Southport. Misses Phyllis M'Cartney and Eva Black (Brisbane are spending a holi- day in Southport. Mrs. A. J. Bennett and Miss Mar- garet Bennett, who spent a holiday at Chelmsford, h...

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Public Opinion Letters to the Editor Southport Town Council THE QUESTION OF CONTRACTS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

Public Opinion   Letters to the Editor     Southport Town Council THE QUESTION OF CONTRACTS George Andrews writes:— Can anyone tell me what the   Southport Town Councillors mean in reference to the two last meetings re the contractor for the road work by   asking for certain concessions? Does   the council intend ignoring the other contractors who tendered? Is it   fair to them? Enough talk is going on for a public meeting to discuss municipal matters. I know that at   election time our mayor promised he   would not go into big expenditure without consulting the ratepayers; still he is only one amongst the   aldermen.

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Kingston Butter Factory THE ALTERED ARTICLES [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

Kingston Butter Factory THE ALTERED ARTICLES Mr. S. F. Walker, "Hazelwood," Coomera, writes :— I was present at the last meeting of the above company, and was very much surprised and disappointed at the action taken by the Board of Directors, not in reference to their management of the company as a business concern, for that has been excellent, both in the running of the factory and the selling of its pro- ducts. But what I wish to specially refer to is the altering of the Articles of Association, and, espscilaly, clause   40, which in the altered new article gives the directors power to pay 100 per cent. dividends if they so choose to do. I do not think there is a direc- tor on the board at present so utterly stupid as to do such a thing, for they are all suppliers; but the time may come when the dry shareholdres be- come so numerous that they can out-               board of dry ...

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TOO FLATTERING [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

TOO FLATTERING Mr. Henry Biggs, speaking at the Mayor's complimentary dinner on Wednesday night, spoke approvingly of the work of the local Press, but boasted that he had not yet given it an opportunity to turn its critic rage upon him. Mr. Biggs is altogether too flattering.

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Local and General News MORE CUPS DONATED. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929

Local and General News MORE CUPS DONATED. The Hon. J. G. Appel. M.L.A., ever a generous supporter of every worth- while movement, has donated a cup to be competed for by the Southport golf associates, and still another at the Beenleigh Show Society. The purpose for which this will be al-   lotted has yet to be decided.

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