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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (Tallebudgera). [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (Talle budgera]. Tallebudgera — 11 ajn. Lower Currumbin— 2.30 p.m. Mudgeeraba — 7.30 p.m. Rev. W. R. COWAN.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

C. A. BELL RACECOURSE, ROAD, SOUTHPORT, BUILDER & CONTRACTOR. SHOP AND OFFICE FITTER. ' SHOW CASE SPECIALIST. Alteration and Repairs. ' ESTIMATES GIVEN. Agent far SEA INSURANCE CO. 'PHONE 352. To make it Really Beautiful, Shingling must. BE DONE BY healthfulnesg and convenience ot the Shingle. But no girl or lady wishes to sacrifice her hair without tho as ?-gsfiw'* surance that her appearance shall at 'east lose nothing by the change. Re cmt Patrons of our Ladies' Saloon rayM - SWB&&B^K3tl kave proved our assertion that only experienced operators can give «ati* CjSBH^bsRk5S3 iactory results, and we offer yon that t - . ? - . Separate Entrance. All lnstru mer.ts thoroughly Sterilised after each use. IxEIILsr. BOOHEE, HAIRDRESSER AND TOBACCONIST. CECIL SALOON. ,-r ^ ;? | ^ | ! S^EW MOTOIV ! j. 5s Tf* New Clutch and w Transmission I f: The New Lufmcarion Syitem ? k si ^-4^/j (! ^n=i' T h* Xew Electrical System V V.'.. y; I 6^31 II ? ;'L V? The Sew CooUnz Sys: c...

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Nerang Shire Council BIG BUDGET OF BUSINESS NEW COUNCILLOR ELECTED [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

Nerang Shire Council BIG BUDGET OF BUSINESS NEW COUNCILLOR ELECTED Mr. P. E. Dolan was unanimously elected a member of the Nerang SWre Council at the monthly meeting of that body on Saturday In succession to Cr. M'Kenzie, who Had resigned owinjr to ill-health. The election fol lowed a report by the cleric that Mr. Oolan was the n'xt highest cii the list of candidates at the last election. Theire was a bin budget of business for the meeting to ceo.1 with. Those present were : Crs. W. G. Rudd (chairman), J. F. Gaven, A. O. Black. 'W. Wintle, S. Berigan, D. M'Shane, p. ? Yaun, P. E. Dolan, J. Thompson. J. Waters, J. Davidson. Sleughtrrirtq Licenses Applications were received from S. Spencer, J. W. Andrews, and A. Turner for sia'igbteiing licenses. The applications were granted. Electric Light A letter was received from the Ips wich Electric Supply Co., re Orderin Council for the supply of electricity within the shire. — It was decided that the chairman and clerk see offi cers of the De...

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ECONOMY. YES; BUT EFFICIENCY FIRST. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

ECONOMY, YES ; BUT EFFICIENCY FIRST. Mayor. Grice made a plea for economy at last meeting of the ' Southtxirt Town Council to be put into practice for the remaining portion of the year. In effect he said : 'We have spent a lot of money, and Mtn afford to go slow. It will enable us to make a good showing at the end of our term and leave socsething more than a big overdraft for our. successors to catty on with.'1 Good sentiments, but will they beat; critical examination? One might be pardoned for mggesting that It is not the real Mr. Grice that is speaOdng, but the other one with an eye on the elections. Thoqght for those who are to follow after is highly commend able, but tbe idea should be given an all-the-year-round exjlres sion. The existing council has done good work, and deserves well at the hards of ratepayers, but it is scarcely a sound policy to practice economy at a particular period of an elective term and throw prudence to the winds for the remaining portion. Economy . is ...

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ECONOMICS OF DAIRYING WORK IN NEW ZEALAND [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

ECONOMICS OF DAIRYING WORK IN NEW ZEALAND Over in New Zealand, an investiga tion, similar to that entered into 're cently In Queensland, has been made into the economics of the dairying in dustry and with very much the same itesults. For the purposes of the in quiry it was considered, broadly speaking, that rural economics may bo divided into two sections — man- agement and marketing. The whole . of the attention of the official in vestigators. n this instnace. was de voted to th side of the farm manage ment. It was held that the analysis of management factors would be very useful to both pnseent and prospec tive settlers; and that the systematic collection and study of facts relative to a large number of farms would provide a fund of information of great assistance to the farmer, and ' which would ordinarily, be beyond his reach. Accordingly a complete survey of conditions as to production and costs was made on two hundred dairy farms. The first object was to determine what was the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

Sp^The SouthGoastJJ^l liKorpormlti '&# L*f* ,4lbf1 Hullrft* FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 1, 192a

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No title [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

' And he gave St for his opinion, that whoever could make two blades of grass, ta grow upon a spot of ground where only one grew before, would deserve bet ter of mankind, and do more es sential service to' his country, than the whofe race of politicians out together, — Swift.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

R. McKENZIE BUILDER & CONTRACTOR, Estimates given for all Classes of work. REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. Local Agent for: — The Prudential Assurance Co.. of England; C.C.M. and Allsa Craig Marine Engines ; Johnston Out board Motdrs. ' Address : — Brighton Parade, Southport. ?PHONE, 274. Don't Be Miserable But get that Full of Life Feelin',' bv eating our Wheatmeal Bread A Loaf or two will convince you. ? . ? XMAS CAKE ORDERS TAKEN FROM NOW ON J, E- MARRABLE, BAKER AND PASTRYCOOK SCARHOROUGH ST., NORTHSIDE, SOUTHPORT. 'PHONE 255. CHILLY WINTER APPROACHES ! WOOPS' HOT PIES MEAT OR FRUIT, Have the desired effect of wanning apd stimulating the whole ? system. Watch for the Cart and secure your supplies. Pastries, Calces, fnd All Other Refreshments of the Highest Qual ity on Hand. REFRESHMENTS AT ALL HOURS. CHOICEST FRUIT AND VEGETABLES. H. H. WOODS, THE WHITE CAFE. NERANG STREET, — SOUTHPORT. 'PHONE 375. to come to the riqht place-Tntton's' rSui*erf) 3piece Upholstered Suife a »Umtmg inN...

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No Greater Audacity BANANA SCHEME CRITICISED [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

No Greater Audacity BANANA SCHEME CRITICISED (From the ''Australian Frultnrower'') AecarUing to the banana pamphlet issued bv the notorious Banana Sec tional Group Committee, tbe average return to the banana industry of Queensland for the four years 1921 27 inclusive, has been about 12/3 per case on the farm, so that mowers cn the average have received less than the cost of production by 1/11 per case. At the same time, the pnroph lett points out that 'market prices during the period were fairly satis factriv' Well znisht Mr. Thatcher (wbo writes in this month's issue) ask In the name of all oommonsense how could prices be 'fairly satisfac tory' if growers lost on an iverage 1/11 per case during the period? Only fools in ignorance could talk such rubbish - Beading through this pamphlet un der review, one cannot help being struck bv the indefinite tone of the phrases. Mr. Thatcher points to a weakness in his own candid way : — ? Surely every careful banana grower will recognise that ...

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Surf Championships SUNDAY AT GREENMOUNT [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

Surf Championships - SUNDAY AT GRF.ENMOUNT Grcenmount beach, Coolangatta. will I?' tho venue on Si; n Jar of mrf championships nmorgst tife-sa\«ri associated with the Point Dancer ? branch of the Surf-life Paving Asso ciation of Australia. The competi tions- will comprise march past, - alarm reel race, surf race, junior surf race, surf iclav rare. Strop? teamis are gon? fVom Southport Club, and it is expect e-3 'some of them will figure prominently in the final awards. The team to take part in ? the Australian championships at Syd ney in March will be selected from the winners.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

Marggraf's — Foe—. AH Classes of Footwear, Hosiery Musical Instruments RECORDS AND ACCESSORIES In GREAT ASSORTMENT H. Marggraf & Son NERANG STREET, SOUTHPORT. ?PHONE 161. WHITE'S YOUR DRAPER BACK-TO-SCHOOL WEAR 3 Days SALE3 Days Commencing Wednesday Next, Jan. 23, 1929 Following our usual custom we will offer nriny sensational values in Boy's and Girl's Wear enabling parents to fit out the children with their School Requirements at a very small cost ' i Boy's Strong Shirt Waists. From Is lid each. , Boy's Knickers. From Is lOd pair. Boy's Shirts. From 2s lOd each. Golf Hose. From 2s 6d pair. ! Boy's School Hats. From Is I Id each. Handkerchiefs, Ties, Belts. At Wonder Values. Blue Tobralco Shirts and Waists. At Special Values. Girl's Ready-to-wear Dresses. From 2s 6d each. Girl's School Hats. From Is lid each. | Girl's Bloomers. From 9d pair. — Also — All .sizes in Lunch and Attache Cases at Wonderful Values. The Popular 'AIKWAY'' Hats. We have just opened another 10 dozen o...

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Southport Bathhouses [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

Southport Bathhouses J. Welldon, High-street, Scuthj ort. writes : — Sir, — I would like to voice my opinion and that of hundreds of visi tors to Southport this Christmas re garding a notice for all private bath houses to be shifted. Now, as every resident knows the public bathhouse in No. 4 W-ird was not nearly large enough for tha num ber of people who came bare, and, therefore, I, together with many other residents made application to the council, and got the lease of .t piece of land. We built bathhouses which have been verv much appre ciated since we built'- them. I do not know how we will manage with out them. We are quite willing to shift them, if the council will pive us something better than what they have. The present bathhouse is rot nearly large enough and is not kept in a clean condition, with no one to look after it. During last Christmas time you could not leave any valu ables in your pockets. If you did jou had a chance of losing them. This is one of the reasons why ...

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SUFFERING PURIFIES [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

SUFFERINQ PURIFIES Present suffering is not enjoy able, but life would be worth little without il. The differ ence between iron and steel 4s fire, bat steel is worth all it costs. Iron ore may think itself senselessly tortured in the furn ace, but when the watch-spring looks back, it knows better. Dcvld enjeyed pain and trouble no more than we do, bat the time came wh~* be admitted that they had been good for him. Though the aspect of sufferlna Is bard, the prospect is hopeful, and the retrospect will start a song, if' we are 'the railed according to Hii purpose, ' In suffering. — IHaltbie Babcock.

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Valuations and Rates NERANG SHIRE CONSIDERS CLERK SUBMITS REPORT [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

Valuations and Rates NLRAKG SHIRE CONSIDcKS CI £KK SUBMITS REPORT The CI Jit (Mr. A. L. Lane) sub mitted reports to Saturday's meeting of the Nerang Shire Council concern ing valuations and rates. Tbey read : The following valuation adjust ments are recaranended : — Division 1. — Portion la, parish of Nerang .. £38 Portion 2a, Par lab of Neraite ? ? *93 - Portion 4a and 61. parish of Ner ang ? ? -?»» Portion 74, paHah of Neraiw . . £82 Division 2. — In checking over the values of Crs. Berigan and Andrews properties upon which reductions were suggested, I am unable to re commend any reduction on the follow. k^OrflJerlgaln'a properties, portions 9 and 69, are valued at £1 per acre, and have been at this value for many years. The adjoining properties are valued as follows: — 0. Abraham, £2 per acre. Mrs. SMi-key, £1/6/ per acre. Mr. Thompson. £1/10/ per. acre. In the case of Or. Andrews' pro perties, .these are valued In the cases for portions 27v, 58, 5 and subs. ot portions 1 and 2 a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

Winifred Elsie Hopkins L.T.C.L., A.T.O.L„ Organist cf St.. Peter's Church. Teacher of Pia!noforte, Violin, Haitnony, and Theory. Students prepared for all Mu-sic Exams. Address : — 'St. Grejgory,'' Queen Street, Southport. The Southport Store if 4 5 . 1 S * 5' ~ ' ' ' The Oldest Store in Southport. Established in 1879 and still going; strong Delivery to nil parts of the Town and District Prices are right. 'Phone 315 v R C. CAREY, CASH and CARRY Right at Railway Station Where the Prices are at Gty Level CAREY'S CASH and CARRY Delivery Free 'Phone 399 ?m» a mr Where you get Quality and Service This Week's Specials ''1'' ????! ???' ? ? ? I ? II ? ? ^'^PECIALPRICE^'ya^. Ch°ice ^ of and Sma'l ***-»? 36-inch COLORED LINENES, all Shades. SPECIAL PRICE 9d. Yard. CHEpRIOE^P7HASyf!^11 MedlUm Chedks, All Shades. SPECIAL NAVY JAPANESE SILK, Heavy Weight. SPECIAL PRICE, 1/11 Yard. NAXX BUTCHER BLUE CAMBRIC, color Fast to Sonlkht and ^Washing. SPECIAL PRICE, 1/1% Yard. buniight ana PANAMA HATS, L...

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Income Tax Evasion HEAVY FINES AT COOLANGATTA [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

Income Tax Evasion HEAVY FINES AT COOLANGATTA Before Mr. J. J. Leahy, acting P.M» In the Coolangatta Police Court vii Thursday veek, Joseph M. CahTl), pro prietor of the Capitol Theatre, and Richard Trice Bradford Peak, proprie tor of Beach House boarding estab lU-ment. pleaded guilty*, to evasion of Income tax by making false re turns. In the case of Cahill, Mfr. Carroll (for the Taxation Commissioner) said that defendant's returns for 1926-27 showed an income of £1632, for which he paid £3/14/8 tax. On Investiga tion by the Taxation Inspector the correct income was found to -be £1392, the tax payable being £100/8/10. De fendant, t therefore understated his Income to tbe extent of £1260, and evaded taxation to the amount of £87/0/5. It was discovered that de fendant had entered into a contiact to purchase property at £4000. off which be paid £496 during the year in question. During tie year he also paid off a loan of £100, motor car £182, £109 cinema, £116 for lepairs to property. ...

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Bowls MID-WEEK GAMES [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

Bowls MID-WEEK GAMES, Several rinks were In play for the' mid-week bowls on tbe Southport ffnecn on Wednesday afternoon last, the visitors including a rink fiom the Tweed Heads and Coolangatta Club, captained bj- Mr. E J. Shaw, presid ent of the Q.B.A., which was defeated by a Southport rink. At the after noon tea adjournment the 'piieaident of tho Southport Club (Mr.' R. C. Carey) cordially welcomed Mr. Shaw and the other visitors, the president of the Q.B.A. responding. Scores : — Shepherd, Bipgs, Carev, Brown (Southport) ? ' ? 31 Cnhill. Turner Sawell, Shaw (T.H. :wd Coolangatta) ? 20 I.ynrb, Shillito, Humphries .... 32 Cochrane, Elkes, Welldon . . . . 14 Dodd. Steadman, firogan ? 2S Dedd, Gilbert, Uhlman ? 23

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Social News [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

Social News Aid. and Mrs. W. P. Stokes left last Wednesday for Deuchar, where they will be the (guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. Hradfield. Mr. and Mrs: H. F. Wood (Surat). and the Misses Winifred and Beth Wood are staying' at Waverley, South port. Mrs. F. Hudson (Dallamil) rs staying with Mr. and Mrs, Wood, ' Mrs. A. W. Campbell and Miss Jean Campbell (Brisbane) are spending a few days at the Pacific Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Chartton have re tuned to Brisbane, after a holiday spent ? at their seaside home, Marsden, on the mam beach, Mfss Muriel urwin, who is their guest, accompanied them. Miss Sally .Thomason has returned to Brisbane, after being the guest of Mra. S. Butcher, at Rushton, for severaliweeiks. Miss Madge Macpberson has left for Bald Hitts, after spending a holiday at Burleigh Heads. * Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Hav and family spent the holidays at Kensington. They returned to Brisbane during the week. Mijs. H. Pain and Master John Pain, after staying three weeks at Chelms ford, hav...

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Handy to Know [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

Handy to Know Barrels, To Clean, — (1) Scald well with boilng water, and let the water stand until cold; then fill with cold water and throw ir. a large quantity of live coals from a wood fire, leav ing the cask uncovered; by repeating thfe tbe casks may be made perfectly sweet, providing- they have not at any time contained fi.-h. (2) Fill with meal or bt*ain and water) and lot stand until fermentation takes place. - It will thoroughly cleanse them, and the mixture will afterwards do for food foil hogs. . ? ? ? To Remove . Fleslwrwms. — Some- times little black specks appear about the base of the nose, or on the fore bead, or In the hollow of the chin, which are called fleshworims: are oc casioned by coagulated secretion that obstructs the pores of the skin tbsy may be squeezed out ?'by gentle press ing. they ate permanently lemnved by washing with warm water and severe friction with a towel, and then applying a little of the follow ing preparation: Liquop of potassa 1 ounce, colog...

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Southern Fruit Markets [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

Southern Fruit Markets The Committee of Direction of Fruit Marketing, market reports : — MELBOURNE, bv wire, January 29. — Bananas, anticipate no alteration on last Friday's prices, which were : Specials 19/ to 21/; choice, 13/ to 18/; standards. 8/ to 11/; pineapples, smooth 10/ to 16/: Ripleys, 8/ to 11/; ' tomatoes, 5/ to 7/; passions, 12/ to 18/; apples. 7/ to 12/; pears, 4/ to 6/; peaches* 4/ to 12/; plums, 3/ to 5/; nectarines. 7/ to 12/; (grapes, 7/ to 14/ t-er bushel. SYDNEY, by wire, January 29. — Bananas, 22/ to 25/; choice, 16/ to 20/j standards. 9/ to 14/; pineapples, smooth 10/ to 16/; Ripleys. 6/ to 12/; passion fruit, 6/ to 16/; plums, halves 3/ to 9/; peaches, halves, to G /; jrrapes, white 3/ to S/, black 4/ to 12/; pears, halves 6/ to 10/; ap ples. dessert 10/ to 16/; cookers, 7/ to 12/.

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