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ARE WE MARKING TIME? [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929
ARE WE MARKING TIME? "Gentlemen, we are only at the beginning of things." So spoke Mayor Grice at a dinner party on Wednesday night. Let it be hoped that we are at the beginning of things and not merely marking time. His worship, of course, had his eyes on the civic progress of Southport, and one could visualise him scanning the horison, be- yond which lies veiled the sun-tipped peak of destiny. So long as we are at the beginning of the upward climb things are all right. But if we are merely looking forward with admiring gaze towards the vision splendid and are doing nothing to attain it we very much need "livening up." The council, to its credit, is doing something and something very substantial. But is there any progressive citizen who &nbsp; thinks that all that can be done is being done? Scarcely! Good roads, an adequate water supply, and street improve- ment generally will make the place increasingly attractive to visitors ; but while our foreshores are bereft of planta...
OFEENDERS FINED [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929
OFEENDERS FINED Mr. Lahey, acting P.M., was called upon to deal with infringement of the traffic laws at the Southport Court yesterday. The following fines were imposed :— Kelvin C. Lahey &nbsp; (exceeding speed limit), 10/; S. W. Robinson (driving unlicensed motor vehicle), 10/; W. J. Kirkpatrick &nbsp; (using car without numbre plate), £1; E. J. Hemming (using car without &nbsp; number plate). £1. Court costs amounting to 3/6 were also imposed in each case.
LIFE-SAVING CERTIFICATES [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929
LIFE-SAVING CERTIFICATES On Tuseday, Mr. K. Shelton, of the Surfers' Paradise Life-saving Club, an examiner of the Royal Life-saving Society, submitted a number of teachers from the Teachers' Training Camp, to tests for elementary and proficiency certificates and bronze medallion. Although there were two or three failures in the bronze medal- lions tests all the cnadidates passed their elementary and proficiency ex- aminations.
FOR THE MOTORIST AN HONORED PLACE FAMOUS STUDEBAKER IN MUSEUM 53.000 MILES OF RECORDS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929
FOR THE MOTORIST AN HONORED PLACE FAMOUS STUDEBAKER IN MUSEUM 53,000 MILES OF RECORDS With more than 53,000 hard driven miles on its speedometer, a famous car which made automobile history has at last come to rest in the museum of transportation maintained bv the Studebaker Corporation in its sdmin istration building at South Bend, U^-A. , „ The car N one of the two Stude baker Commander roadsters, each of which climaxed a series of American stock car racing victories by travel line 25,000 miles at a sustained aver age speed of 65.31 miles per hour. With this ahievement, these cats shat tered all previous American speed endurance lecords for stock cars and established new distance records which stood until broken less than fort.' months ago by the Studebaker President Eight run of 30,000 miles in 26,326 minutes. More than half of the 53,304 miles on the car placed in the museum wei« covered at speeds in excess of 65 miles an hour. After its record break ing performance on tbe tpeedw...
Liquor at Dances COMPLAINT FROM NERAND [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929
Liquor at Dances COMPLAINT FROM NERANG ''.Arpu'' nWtes to th-- Edii--r : Sir.-— While not sotting rut on :i Cure Nation stun', rr p's!'-'7 as a prohibitionist or teetotaller, I feel impelled to voice a grievance which is shared by most of the smell com munity of Nerang, and which calls for the speedy extermination or sup pression of that base nanallan ghoul who brings strong drink to a place where a number of respectable people are gathered in a respectable and re spected cause. That strong drink is brcught there and dispensed some where handy is well known, and I am not at all inclined to the belief that the bringer is a philanthropist ; far from it. Certainly, as I've been told, the smell oft tbe cork is enovfeh for some of the youths, butt they should be rent borne, and, if abusive, there is a 'sitting out cornet' provided by a beneficient Government, for their kind. They invariably stand arrcund the door, and any remonstance Is greeted with abuse and language thit many. of those...
Kingston Butter Company [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929
Kingston Butter Company Mr. John J. Johns, Yeerongpiily, Writes : — In a few weeks the shareholceis of the above company will be asked to elect two directors to reuiesent them on the board fqr the ensuing two years. As this is the first elec tion held under the new articles of association, it is veiy important that the suppliers should elect men who will safeguard their interests, as the recent alterations rvf tfoa nrtirl^a cViAni that the policy of the company in future will benefit the dry share holder only, at the expehse of the man who supplies the creanu The alteration of the article, which give the directors unlimited power in declaring a dividend, is totally againstt the purpose for which the Kingston Company was fcf.r.ed. As one of the originators of the company, and one who helped draft the oliginal articles, I can state th'it close consideration was given to the article dealing with dividends, and it was finally decided to 'insert an article to declare a dividend, but not ...
PUBLIC OPINION Letters to the Editor Religous Unity STUDENT'S NOVEL APPEAL [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929
I PUBLIC OPINION m Letters to the Editor Religous Unity - \ o STUDENT'S NOVEL APPEAL ' S. F. Walker, 'Hazelwood,' Coom era, writies : — Life -seems to me like a bin dam — man made, of course— with large and - small islands, which are really lha tops of mountains protruding through the water, but at all times part of one great whole, only separated by the actions of man in his gneed for wealth and upon which are men of varvintr erades of intellicence. These Individuals set up standards of bein^y, make laws, religious creeds, dogmas, and tribal customs; hoist a flag, and demand obedience to it, be their laws right or wrong, And every island in tbe da m have different flags, laws, creeds, and customs, which all claim are rfeht and deny the div'nity ex righteousness of religions and laws set up on other islands, in spite of the fact that we are all God's chil dsen, on one land and only separated by the actions of man and conditions set up by him, and not the rank and file, but the leade...
Our Babies WHAT EVERY BABY NEEDS (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929
Our Babies WHAT EVERY BABY NEEDS (Continued). In the last article, fresh air, plenty of water tc Idrink, and comfortable clothing were mentioned as essentials for baby's health. In addition to pro per ieeding. The present article deals with the remainder of, what Si* Truby King calls ??Baby't Twelve Essentials.'' Bathing The daily bath a an ''essential'* for baby, and* is necessary net only for bodily cleanliness, but -aiso for the health of the skin, which has imj-drt- ant work to do in ridding the body of waste matter. If tbe pones become blocked, the Lkin cannot act properly, and the health of the whole body suf ? fers. If baby is feverish or ill, sub stitute wsirir. «sTKmfpn»«r fo»r the bath* b.it whether well or ill* bab»''s skin should be washed all over every day. Reirexber that a b «by's skin is very delicate. Avoid using: hand water or strong soap. Exercise of Mu:ciet In babv's earliest days, tucking and cry'1* hrs chief fonns of exercise. Vi&oious *uckin-r is valua...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929
H. J. F. lougheed, (Late HOLDEN BROS.), HOUSE & COACH PAINTER, SIGNWRITERSi CAR ENAMELLERS. ?Phone 285. Agents for RIPOLIN ENAMEL. SCARBOROU GH-ST„ SOUTHPORT. BURLEIGH PLUMBING WORKS E. H.C.MEYERS, PLUMBER AND GALVANISED IRON WORKER, JAMES-ST., BURLEIGH HEADS. 'PHONE 33. Contract prices for all Classes of Roofing and Tank Making, Stoves* Plunge and Shower Baths, Watst' Heaters, Etc. Windmills Supplied and Erected. FIRST CLASS WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED A TRIAL SOLICITED LOOK! If you think we are trying to do a good thing by keeping down the - m price of General Drapery, Grocery, and Hardware we would be pleased if you would call and give us a trial. In our Grocery department you can obtain Cash and Carry prices prompt cash with order Orders called tor and delivered as usual J. Purvis & Sons, The Big Comer Block: 'Where Business Hums' - Southport
Social [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929
Social Mr. and Mrs. R. Munro (Alderley) are at [tvsent the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. Hart. Mr. W. Smith, head teacher Mauds land State school, Upper CcoibbiW who has been spending his vacation at Pialba and district, returned here on the 27th inst. Miss Girlie O'Ojllephan (Brisbane) Us on a visit as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. Howard. Mir. and Mrs. F. C. Moore and family (Southport) art expected to arrive on Saturday next on a stain holiday to Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Walekr, ''Hazel wood.' Miss Kath. Titterton (Brisbane) :s spending hctr annual holidays at Myrtle Lodpe as the guest of Mi\ nnd Mrs. J. N. Siganto. Miss Ida Anderson (B isbane) is visitingt her brother brother-in-law and sister, Mr, and Mrs. S. J. Currey. WonRa Wallen. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. O'Reiiiv have at present as their guest Miss Ella Cramb (Cedar Greek). Miss Elsie Walker (Brisbane) is expected to arrive during the week cn her annual month's variation on a v'feit tto her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Walker, Hazelwood. All ...
IN THE REALM OF SPORT On the Green DON'TS FOR BOWLERS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929
I 4 IN THE REALM OF SPORT On the Green DONTS FOR BOWLERS (By Bankite) Don't dispute the judgrrent of lh? selector. His tow is hard enough to hoe without you putting obstacles ,n the way. Don't think you know more than him. If you did you would bo in his place and he in yours. Don't cttrpiain at being put in second position if ^*ou' think you should Le lead or1 thrirtd. The selector doe3 hisj^t to classify you accord ing to abilities. Good sports manship an J pood manner* consist in accepting ci'aciously the place as signed to voti and doing the bc*»t you can there for yourself and your team. Dcn't --ii t iciso your ikin; it is bad taste and disrupts team haimony. Don't think yui know more than him ; the chances are you don't. Don't think the gr.me of bowls is In always plajinz for the jack. s Don't jsurp the position of Ihirti man by giving directiois. Leave th-t to the rr.an whose job it rs. Don't tell your skip what shot to play unless hj» ssks you. If there is an understanding wi...
Match With Ashgrove [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929
Match With Ashcjrovc On Saturday the Southport bowlirg given was crowded with plajere, tj» visitors including four rink* from the Ashgrove Private Bowling Club, Bris bane, who were defeated by 30 points in a rratch against the Southport Club. The Mayor (Aid. J. H. Grice). ac corded thio visitors » civic reception at the afternoon adjournment. Mr. R. C. Carey also welcomed them on behalf of the club. Appreciative responses were made by Mr. Chas. H. R-igps, and Mr. K. Jackson (patron and piesUlent of the Ashgrove Club). Sevres : — S A. Maltman, Johnston, Ledbury, ? Adkiiu ? ? Sho.ldan, C. Briggs, jun., Harris, C. H. Biiggs ? . Pohlman, Biggs, Caroy, Monk house ? 28 — Matthew*, Btx-wn Harper, Allen ? — 14 Shi'.lilo, Lather, Hibbard. Clark 151 — Jackson, Dorset t, Chapman, P.- -Mips ? — 21 Beitwistle. Mason, Napper, An drews ? 21 — Kvm. Borrow. Campbell. Bowen ? — 30 Totals ? 117 87 Ordinary Rink Games: — HeNb.'t Woods, A. M. Johnston (Ips wich), Doctor (Bcoroodabin) .. 25 Ste^dman. Nix...
DOWN SYDNEY WAY HALF A MILION FOR SEASIDE IMPROVEMENT WE TIMIDLY MURMUR IN HUNDREDS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929
DOWN SYDNEY WAY HALF A MILION FOR SEASIDE IMPROVEMENT WE TIMIDLY MURMUR IN HUNDREDS Down Sydney way they do thing* big in the matter of seaside Improvement ; but, of course, they can afford to, for Sydney has its million population in addition lo a wtjl-peopled State to draw from. Nevertheless, they have conception and vision. To our apprising eyes here «n the pick— climatic and physlczl— of all the watering places of Australia, their improvements represent ir.e rasi worn in progressive enterprise, and we envy them. But, to them, they lag painfully behind their envisioned ideal, and so. Manly and Bond! — not- withstanding all they now have — are speak'lng in tirirs of quarter million pounds for the carrying thiorrh of their future programme. We speak In hundreds, and only In our most generous moments do ' our thoughts expand into a few irodest thousands. Writing to the Mayor. Mr. J. Hendry Grice. Mr. F. C. Macansh. well known in legal circles in Brisbane, who spent a holiday in the ...