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The Rifle Macartney Shield Challenge [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929
The Rifle Macartney Shield Challenge The challenge issupd to the Metro l#olitan Rifle Club/ Union by the Ipswich and West Moreton and Logan and Albert Unions was accepted, and the ir.atch took place at Redbank on Saturday. The contest, a very close and keen one.' resulted in a win bv the Metropolitan Union, from Ipswich by 7 points, Logan and Albert team being 10 )»Ints farther bflhind. Re freshments were jJrtivicUd cn the l-anjre bv th» ladies of the Ipswich Union. Details : — Hlitropolitan Union. 30) 503 6 0 11. W. G. Duncan . . . 31 S3 32 00 B. H. Lynch ? 30 33 32 95 W. M'Donald ? 21) 32 33 94 F. Stafford ? 29 33 32 94 L. H. Daniels ? 30 31 32 93 H. P. Oa'ie ? 29 32 31 92 O. Hallid.iv ? 31 32 2« 92 A. S. Claijt ? 27 33 31 91 236 259 252.747 Counted cut : R. Ubank. 91, A. S. ' Richards S7. r, Ipswich and West Moreton Union 300 500' GC0 Tl. C. W. Munre ? 31 34 32 97 J. Sullivan ? 30 31 31 95 A. P. Farr ? 29 3i 32 3i R. S. Vorpagel .... 30 34 29 93 A. H. Hendei fon . . 32 22 2S 92 O...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929
A. LEDBURY, BUILDER ft CONTRACTOR. Plans prepared and Estimates Given for All Classes of Work 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 Onoe Tastad Always Asked For. — OUR — BREWED GINGER BEER b a 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. THOIfE 30. CASH & CARRY H. V. FOSTER SCARBOROUGH-STREET Still at tbe TOP (of the Hill) aid the BOTTOM (of the prices) JUST CONSIDER A FEW OF THESE:— ABRAIZO 8d. ACIDS — Boracic, 1 J; Tartaric, 2/; Citric, 3/. AMMONIA — Household, 6d. ; Scrubb's, 1/6. Asparagus, 10%oz.. 1/4; lib. 1/5; 21b. 2/6. Bacon Rashers 1/4, Piece 1/3, Fore Hock lid. Baking Powder, Aunt Mary's 1/2H; Ih^ 2/2. Barley, Pearl 3d. lb.; Patent, 1/5. Biscuits, Soa, 5%d.; Arrowroot, Rice, Tea Cakes, etc., 64. packet...
TIN HAT TARGET [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929
TIN HAT TARGET The new Bisley. ''tin hat' target was used for the first time on Saturn day when tho Southport Rifle Club held its monthly competition, over 301', 400 and Ii00 vands. Variable winds and a mirage made conditions difficult. E. D. Andrews was the winner with 89 off rifle and 16 handi cap. Pri?os were awarded to the first five. Scores : — 300 400 500 o.r. Tl. E. D. Andrews (lC) ? 26 31 32 89 K5 O. HMier 1 7) .. 30 32 SI 05 103 L. Ellis (11) .. 27 ?2 33 92 103 E. L. Froiran (8) 20 31 33 !)i 102 R. V. Pidd (12) 27 32 31 CO 102 H. Loi'jrhced (9) 28 30 S3 91 HO Si.ith (6) .. 31 27 Z~, S3 91 E. Stewart ,*12) 23 23 33 £6 9S S. Dudman (35) 15 23 25 G3 9S J. Th'.T.e (8) .. 2S 27 33 £S 96 W. Dennis (8) 28 2S 31 b~ 95 W. Mackey (12) 27 29 28 83 95 G. Black (19) .. 22 27 2- 76 95 J. Dowrie (6) .. 25 29 34 88 93 J. Boyd (S) .. 28 £7 30 S5 93 W. Pa'coe (6) 29 29 27 85 91 A. Soe-aard (6) 26 £6 32 84 90 G. Ellis (7) .. 25 25 33 S3 90 F. E. Stewart (0) 22 27 23 72 72
MAYOR'S STIRRING NOTE HIGH IDEALS AND CIVIC SERVICE WORK FOR MEN OF ENTERPRISE AND VISITORS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929
MAYOR'S STIRRING NOTE HIGH IDEALS AND CIVIC SERVICE ?„ WORK FOR MEN OF ENTERPRISE AND VISITORS 'You say you Ore pleated with what has been done by the coun cil. I am glad to hear you say so. But, gentlemen, the job has not been started yet. The only satisfaction wc can get from what has been done is the satisfaction that comes from a knowledge that we htve done our best, and that there is something to show for it.' So .spoke Mayor Grice at a dinner which he gave in honor of vl«lt inn aldermen at the Grand Hotel last week His eyes were far-fixed on the dim distant star of destiny, which radioed a call ta resolute, enterprising men to move forward. The work which th«y had to do was not n work of a year or a term, but of a generation, and it was in these far-seeing tetns that the Mayor summed up the calf for ser vice. [ The words were spoken In response i.. to the toast of his health. They ' 'ft'ere full of emotional sentiment that came straight from the heart. '* Continuing his speech...
BRIDGE AT MEYER'S FERRY FEDERAL ASSISTANCE SOUGHT DEPUTATION TO CAPT. FRANCIS, M. P. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929
BRIDGE AT MEYER'S FERRY FEDERAL ASSISTANCE SOUGHT DEPUTATION TO CAPT. FRANCIS, MlP. , In the friendly atmosphere of the Hon. J. 6. AppePs coastal home, residents of Meyer's Ferry waited upon Capt. Jos. Francis, IIP, oa Friday night to enlist his aid in an endeavor ta have Federal money made available with which to construct a mucW-MCdvd bridge over the Niraf) River. The deputation, which consisted of AMs. T. Anderson, A. Hoiiner, A. R. Andrews (representing No. 1 Ward, Southport Town Council), Mrs. T, Stokes, Mrs. R. Holdeit, and Miss Beaton, ergaaije/. The deputation, which was introduced by Mr. Appel, made out a strong ease for assistaace from the Federal Aid to Roads Grant, and Capt. Francis premised to urge their representations. ' The deputation was introduced by the Hon. J G. Appel, M.LA., who ex plained its object and outlined the case. It was thought, be taid, that the Federal authorities might We some interest in the matter owing to he fact that the Defence Department had c...
THE WEEK'S GEM MEET AMY [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929
THE WEEK'S BEM MEET AMY 'What I say Is that the major ity of people In the world ana fools. I can tell you that for certain,' said Amy before the mornisfci dip at the Main Beach. 'But yon oughtn't to say that (he majority are fools just be cause you hftpnen to know of one fool,'' said Sadie softlv. Amy had never been hnown to listen to anyone^ so the sarcasm passed unheeded. ''No,' she said, 'and what I say Is this — there's not any man I kt.Ow that manages his business . what I would call properly — I krow I could manage it better than he does anyhow.'' 'That Is so,' said Sadie, 'there . are not many persons who can manage their own business, and still fewer who can mind their own business i but you ought to be able to manage nearly any body's business, because you have betn minding other people's busi ness all your life, haven't you?' Pleased with Sadie's approving manner. Amy said ''Yes'' and went on to remark that the way some of the girls she knew car ried on with men was ''awf...
IMPROVING DAIRY STOCK INCREASED PRODUCTIVITY [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929
IMPROVING DAIRY STOCK INCREASED PRODUCTIVITY ? Probably no greater improvements have been achieved in farm live stock in recent yeans than in dairy catt'ie, excepting, porhaps, the hen, said Mr. A. D. B. Smith, in a lecture reported in 'The Live Stock Journal.' The reason for this is not fair to seek. The produce of the dairy co,v and the hen can be fairly easily measured. There fore selection for the best can keep close to economic points. To show the effect of milk recording, it may be mentioned that in th? U.SA., ?tthene the consumption of milk has doubled in the last fifteen years, the number of cows has not greatly in creased. In 1916 there were 225 milk ing cows for every 1000 consumers, in 1921 only 200, and in 1926 there were 189. The average production of milk per cow has gone up from 290 gallons in 1910 to 400 gallons in 1920, and now stands at nearly 550 gallons in the year. The selection of a dairy cow should be along three lines — past, present, and future. By the past ...
For the Man on the Land THE BREEDING SOW PRACTICAL SUGGESTIONS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929
For the Man on the Land tt iiniiiHn THE BREEDING SOW PRACTICAL SUGGESTIONS The two chief causes of thuie fre quently seen uneven litters of pi|gs, and those complete litters of under sized, unthrifty pigs are want of care and attention in feeding the sow and her pigs after they, are three to four weeks old, and the failure of the sows to supply their pigs with a suf ficiency of milk of good quality for at least eight weeks. V- it is asserted that capability to milk freely is scarcely ever considered by the pfc breeder when selecting his sow pigs for keeping on as brood sows. This (writes Mr, Sanders Spencer in London 'Fameri' Express') may be a somewhat exaggerated account of the neglect, not to make a strong point, to reserve for breedirjg any yelts save trose from proved good' milch sows, but it must be confessed that this is a really important point and one which does not receive due attention. Another, point which does not re ceive the amount of attention from pig breeders which...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929
The 'PLYMOUTH' CHRYSLER'S NEW FOUR CYLINDER MODEL. IS NOW AVAILABLE. The stiiking improvements are immediately noticeable. It setst an entirely new standard in car design. A 'Four' that acts like a 'Six-' IPrice £265 WATCH FOR THE NEW MODELS. 65 AND 75 AVAILABLE SHOkl'LY. Local Dealers : The Southport Motor & Parking Co. Ltd, SCARBOROUGH-STREET. NEAR STATION, 'PHONE 379. SOUTHPORT. INew Charm ? New Style ? | Now— a car you will be proud to owns From ? — Studebaker's New Erskine Six. . p Alluring new features and championship a performance have placed it iniles ahead of g j ' any other cars in the light six class. « i| Warehouse ^-0 0jjta£n a reaj yea 0f this newest of new jq Brisbane cars, arrange a trial with your Local Dealer e !' to-day. g STUDEBAKER'S NEW ,w | ERSKINE SIX f ; Canada Cycle & Motor Local Agent.- | -. Agency [Q] Limited earl motors,, g- '' Creek and Adelaide Streets Nerang Street, Southport. I BRISBANE || Three Fine Cars — Now Finer than Ever These ...
Kalamazoo and You A Song [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929
Kalamazoo and You A Song Oh, ?some people tell Of Wilmington, Del., As a place they are anxious to be. While others will bigh For Louitville, Ky., And others for Meddybemps, Me. And seine have a 'yen For Oolewah, Tenn. e But I say pooh-pooh and pish pish ; For theifes not anywhere A town to compare With n certain fair city In Mich. Chorus. In tbe city of Kalamazoo— mazoo I Therm's a heart that Is beating for you. And peijhape there are more, Maybe ten or a soore. But the othetfe anen't nearly so true. In the city of Kalamazoo — mazoo. There's a neat little cottage for two, WMch I'll furnish complete With a Gifend Rapids suite And a ctfc- from Detnflt that's hrand-new. Oh,,, this song is dead easy to 'do, It's a cinch to keep riming in 'oo,' And that*3 why I choose j To be sieging to youse I Of the Oity of Kalamazoo ! 1 — Berton Braley. |
ART OF BACKING THE NOVICE AND HIS GARAGE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929
ART OF BACKING THE NOVICE AND HIS GARAGE .An article intended to put the novice driver on the light IRack in learning to control a car the other day emphasised an immediate con centration on achieviqg ability to re verse. The advice was well intended, and in a way excellent. Skilful ir.e of the revense gear is the best, and often the only, method of handling a car .in difficult situations. Given a foot 'or two backwards or. forward?, an expert driver can always extricate himself fairly readily; while parking can be accomplished bv a reverse manoeuvre, where it is hopeless to attempt forward entity into the kerb side. But when the article went on to recommend reversing into the ir.oto.* house ss a commencement, on thie road to proficiency, it certainly took a stand on eround the roost in secure, says the ''Australasian.' 'Perhaps,' said the article, ''ihe best way to bqgin is invatiab'.y to reverse Into the motor house, rather than to drive in and put off the evil of re versing out u...
Fruit Train Specials [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929
Fruit Train Specials Fruit train No. 4/29, run by the Committee of Direction of Fruit Marketing, to clear Wallangarra on Thursday, SatakVlay, and Monday, for week endlife January 28, with '-83 tons, of which 366 tons were for Mel bourne, consisting of 7002 cases ban anas, 1902 cases pineapples, and 3 cases passion fruit. Sydney took 420 tons, cosnbtinjj of 6379 cases bananas. 2756 cases pineapples, 46 cases man goes, 232 cases tomatoes, 2 cases papaws, 800 cases apples, IS cases chillies, 570 cases eggs, 190 cases pumpkins, and 1 case Queensland nuts.
Clergy Summer School LECTURES AT COOLANGAITA [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929
Clergy Summer School LECTURES AT C00LANGA1TA The annual Qhurch of England Clergy Summer School is being held at the Soldiare' Rest Home, Ctolan fatta. under th» leadership of the Dean of L'rubane. Rev. F. D. W. Batty, piesidentt of the movement. The school is being attended bv 11 number --f suburban and count .y clergymen. This is the fourth o:ca sion that the school has been held at Coolangatta. The mornings .ire de voted to two sdries of lectures, the main lecture being on Doctrines of the Ffeil, based on Hampton lectures of Rev. N. P. Williams, the ch'^f lec turer on this subject being the Bishop of North Queensland. Dr. Feetham. The Apocalypse of St. John is beir^f taken as the second series of lectures, under a different leader, each morn ing. The leaders in this series are Rev. K. Watts (East Brisbane), Rev. J. T. Perry (Kangaroo Point), Rev. H. D. Campbell (St. John's Cathed ral), and Canon Robin (St. John's College). Included among the gathering Is the Archbishop of Brisbane...
Cricket [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929
Cricket The match between teams ,epre stntlnjr Southport GrieVct Clu1^| and the picnic pairt es of M W ttsn Picnic Employee*, who holidayed in Southport on Saturday resulted in a l\Wwrters. first innings HG(Wahh 37. Stanley 26, Gastlev 12). Bowl in,. Shelton, 2 for 18. ^arson-2 for 15. Southport, first innings. 116 (R. W. Shelton 51. Cyril Napper 22. L. A. Thams 12). BowlrR : Gastly, 6 37, yinncorrJbe, 3 for 19.
Bowls [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929
Bowls A further match wa3 p1av«*d on Sunday between the Southport and Ashmore clubs. TbJs resulted in a win for tbe visitors bv 13 points. Scores: — _ . ,, . Lather, Beilby, Carey. Adkms (Southport) ? 36 Barrow, Jackson, Dorsett, Camp bell (Aihmore) .????? 15 Maltman, Johnston, Gilbert, CIsi** (Southport) .. ..... ? ? ?? ?? 17 Sharidan, C. Briggs, jun., Ohas. H. BriKES (Ashmore) ? ? Pohlman, Annand, Monkhouse, W. A, Napper (Southport) .. .. « Allen, Harris, Chapman. Phillips (Ashmore) ? ' 1 iL Totals : Ashmore, 78; Southport, 85. ' A social rink tame resulted as fol MasonT' Grogan (Booroodabin), O'Donohue .. ? ?????, :,????? Biggs, Steadman. Bertwistlo. ... -!4
Southport Pioneer DEATH OF MR. A. A. LODER [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929
Southport Pioneer DEATH OF MR. A. A. LODER Mr. Arthur Alleyne Loder, who had resided on the Tweed for upwards of 50 years, died at Hobsrt last Satur day. He was visiting Tasmania with his daughter on a health trip. The late Mr. Loder. whowas 73 years of age, was born in Ashbourtne, Derby shire, and came to Australia when 14 years of age. his parents taking up residence at Southport. As a bov &-'? Loder worked on Oanninjr Downs i.1 a tion, and later, on the Logan River, in the sugar industry. He came to tie Tweed when in his twenties, and engaged in the cedar-getting indus tij'. and lata.-1 selected land at Duran bah. He took up residence at Duran bah about 18S6. He was one of the first dairy farmeirs on the Tweed. Later he was interested in a butcher ing business at Tweed Heads. He was a foundation number of the Tweed District Hospital committee, and a foundation member and first presid ent of the Tweed River Agricultural Society, of which he was recently appointed patron. H...