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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

BE SAFE! Use SANDER & SONS' PURE VOLATILE EUCALYPTI EXTRACT, whose purity and strength have won fo* it tlw verdict of a Supreme Court, the distinctions of Exhibitions and the patronage of the whole medical profession. SANDER'S contains highest percentage ethereal euca'yptol and is an unrivalled disinfectant* SANDER'S gives instantaneous lelief in headache, fevers, colds, 'flu, catirrh, lung and stomach trouble®, ulcers, burns wounds, sprains. A few drops in water taken internally will restore vfeor. SANDER'S is the - genuine, and has none of the deleter! ousCeffects of crude oils or so-called -v ?'extracts.' Rfuse to accept any substitute sold for 'just as good.' SANDER'S is the essence of the re fined product of selected leaves only, manufactured under continual medical supervision. There is only one genuine and one best— SANDER'S. Another Batch of WEEK-END Specials at ANNAND'S 54in. Wide HEAVY PLAIN GREY SHEETING, pure cloth, no dressing; Usual Price 1/11 par yard. WEEK EN...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Surf Life-Savers SOUTH COAST TEAMS IN COMPETITION ANNUAL CHAMPIONSHIP CARNIVAL [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

Surf Life-Savers SOUTH COAST TEAMS IN COMPETITION ANNUAL CHAMPIONSHIP CARNIVAL . Keen competition aaU a fine display of Ilfe-aavnm efficiency, were the order of the annual championihip carnival of the Pt. Danger Branch of the Surf Life saving Association of Australia, which opened on Kirra beach on Sunday. With the great crowd which had gathered, the beach was a spectacle of brilliance. The im pressive display of the life ravers gave an added sparkle of enthusiasm, Sunday's events not only decided the various .championships of the . Point Danger branch, but qualified the winners for inclusion in a team that will contest the Australian championships at Manly (Sydney) in March. The rescue and resuscitation event, the blue ribbon of the surf, was won by the Tweed Heads and Coolangatta team bv the narrow margin of 100th of a point from Kirra. ? This differ enc is believed to be the smallest ever recorded in a surf championship in Australia. Tom Boast, the Queensland end Australian repre...

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IN THE REALM OF SPORT With the Rifle Nerang Club Fine Performance by L.V. Se[?] [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

I IN THE REALM OF SPORT ^ With the Rifle Neraag Clab. Fiae Performance by L. V. Soegaard The February competition of the Kerang Club was fired last week-end, ? tight scooters competing. The ranges were 500 and 600 yawls. 10 and 11 shots respectively. The conditions were fair. Mr. L. V. Soegaard put njj a wonderful shoot, dropping one point only at each range. He scored 103 off the rifle out of ? passible ICS, and won his third consecutive month ly competition. This score is also the range .record. His last three shoots are: 99, 100, 103 off the rifle. Following are the scores, the first four being prize winners : — B00 600 ar. Tl. L. V. Soegaard (1).. 49 64 103 1M a Baumann (13) 47 44 91 104 A. Soegaard (10) .. 47 43 90 100 X. Swanson (20) .. 37 42 79 99 R. Walker (21).. .. 32 43 75 96 E. J. Andrews (11) 40 44 84 95 3. GoodfeDow (13) 38 39 77 90 V. E. Swanson (35) 11 32 4 3 78

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Australia's Standard Bowl [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

Australia's Standard Bcrwl Mrs. Jas. Wall, the popular inter state^ and recently :neturned from a trip to the Old Country, had some thing to say at Balmain the other day , rogardin|-* the standasd bowl. Lc me tell 'you,' said the poplar ex presdent of the New South Wales Bowling Association, 'that the bowl tMiim, committee may have made mistakes, butr they are on the right track, and after seeing many of the bowls that are now being used in Great Britain, I am convinced usu ultimately we will have a standard bowl that will give sat™^' 1 ?' March 1. 1929, is the date fixed lor standard bowl to com© Into operation. Undoubtedly, many Southern howlers are holding off the official tester, Jjelieving that the Australian Bowling Council, which meets shortly, yield to the clamour of a big crowa of Victorians, who are demanding an increase of bias on the master, bowls, BS HOW beiifc used by the official testers. First Burglar: ''Lumme, Gus, that was the easiest job I evdr struck.' Seoond Bur...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

MAIK_ SOUTH COAST ROAD. COOMBABAH BRIDGE. SOUTHPORT i £VlAT!0:v. -? . — ('Queensland Agricultural Journal ?'

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BEAUTIFYING BURLEIGH HEADS Cr. BLACK'S PROGRESSVIE MOVE RATEPAYERS TO BE SOUNDED [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

BEAUTIFYING BURLEIGH HEADS Cr. BLACK'S PROGRESSVIE MOVE RATEPAYERS TO BE SOUNDED Stressing the need of a scheme of beautification for Burleigh Heads Cr. Black utgeo, at li-st meeting} of the Nerang Shire Council that application be made for a loan of £5000 for the purpsse, but when he learned that it would mean a rate of 1J£d. he did not p«r»e» vere with his proposal until he h&d heErd the voice of the ratepayers on the matter. m _ _ When Ct'. Black brought his pro posal forward, Cr. Davidson Suggest ed thnt he should have a meeting of ratepayers in the locality to tsee what their iews were. It was they who would have to pay. Q\ Black : Something needs to b Idone. We aie beir\g 'left In the lutch bv Southport and Coolangatta. The Chairman (Cr. Rudd) : They haven't mode much progress. CM, Black : If they haven't we can go one better. The Chairman : The most essent'a' IhiB? to get is good rosds so that people can &et there. Cr. Davidson ; The mast essentiU things are s...

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UPPER TALLEBUDGERA ROADS MEETING DECIDES ON ACTION DEPUTATION TO BE ARRANGED [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

UPPER TALLEBUDGERA ROADS MEETING 0EC1DES ON ACTION DEPUTATION TO BE ARRANGED Strong determination to have brought to an end the neglested and unsatisfactory state of the roads in the important Upper Taile budgera Creek district, was expressed at a meeting of residents held at Westbury last Saturday, the Hon. J, G. Appel, M.L.A., Is to be «kei . to arrange for deputations- to the Minister for Works and the Chlar man of the Mian Roads Coatmiision. Tho meeting, which was convened at the Instance of the Wefctbury L-1'.A., was considered to be the largest ever held in the district, showing how strongly the public feel tho road haitiships they have to con tend with in an important producing ate a. Mr. W. Smith was voted to the chair. Deputation to minister JiV. W. Smith moved and Mr. E. Cash seconded, that a deputation from the residents of Tallebudgera Greek wait upon the Hon. J. G. Appel, M.L.A., with a request that he ar— rarjse a deputation of fanners and residents to the Minister for...

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LIVE FOR SOMETHING [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

LIVE FOB SOMETHING Live for something ! Do good and leave behind you a monument of virtue that the storm of time crn never destroy. Write yonr name In kindness, love, aiiiS mercy on the hearts of the thousands y;u co .:e into conUci with, year by year, and you will never be forgotten. Your name, your dee J:, Will be M leqible on tha hearts you Icive behind, as the stars on the urow of evening. Good detids will shine as the stars of Heaven. — Cfcaiirers. To be rich, to be fmoui ? Do tiese profit a *eflr hence when other names sound louder than yours, when you lie hidden cwsy ? under the ground with the idle titles engraven on your coffin. Only true love Mves. — Thackeray.

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FORD "COME BACK" [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

FORD 'COME BACK' (Extract from the Melbourne ?'Herald.' dated November 26. 1928). In America, and, indeed, through out the world, th? outstanding fea ture of the motor industry is the 'come-back'' being staged by Henry Ford with his new and quite amazing car. In 1926. FoWd produce! 1.155.020 cars, while all otner US. manufac turers onlv produced 1,875,139 cai f together. In 1S27 Ford went out of production. This year Pord produced 6338 cjvs in January. 12.634 In February, arvd F0 increased the total each (ninth that the monthly ((reduction now has reached mote than 100,000 cars. To 'August 30 Forii's production was 313,307 cars against 2,543,869 for all other makdrs. but by December 30 his picportion will be much impiovfd. So far also Ford cannot keep pace with orders, and j*-obably he will not have 'n ''buak' for a market until ha ? is producing some 200,000 cars a month, aivl again rivalling Chevrolet as tbe best sellek*.

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FOR THE MOTORIST BUSSES IN SUMATRA NEW STUDEBAKER SERVICE MOUNTAINOUS CLIMB [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

CS555£S£i£^^ g=5=555=5=55=g^^^^^gf) j FOR THE MOTORIST I ii-----, ? . : rr=r=:=yrrara=S=gll BUSSES IN SUMATRA NEW STUDEBAKER SERVICE MOUNTAINOUS CLIMB An unusual transportation tervice which Illustrates the rapid motoriza tion taking place in every section of tbs world, Is maintained in Sumatra, Dutch East Indies, by the Delhi Rail way Company. Tbe company operates thfriw Stuae baker buses In dafly service between two cities in the mountainous part of tbe island. Vww tlu- ront* climai to en elevation of 5000 feet in the com paratively short distance of 45 mflesi In spite of the fact that the Medan Brastagi road covered bv the three Studebakers is one of the steepest and most dangerous in the world, ths buses cover the distance In less than two hours. . i' The satisfacory service rendotva by Studebitker equipment recently led to the purchase of a president Eight by the director of the railway com pany for his own use. This information is the more inter esting bv reason of the fact th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

Luncheons, Afternoon Teas, Late Suppers. Theodore's Southport Cafe. CHRYSLER'S NEW FOUR CYLINDER MODEL. IS NOW AVAILABLE. The sti iking improvements are immediately noticeable. It setst an entirely new stand.iXd In car design. A 'Four' that acts like a '?Six'* F^rice £265 WATCH FOR THE NEW MODELS. 65 AND 75 AVAILABLE SHORl'LY. i Local Dealers : The -Southport Motor & Parking Co. Ltd. SCARBOROUGH-STREET. NEAR STATION. f 'PHONE 379. SOUTHPORT. » ? ? . « ? ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

jj^The. Smoothest - j I Riding Cars f Ever Built! J jaMBaBssaBMA Stndebaker alone provides | J I restful ridine that no other h car ^ any price has ever j| ®/ JJlggST^ Ball bearing spring shackles i a VrSnpy/gffiiA are the secret g \ No greasing, no squeaks, no | j^Jr xxCHjr You can now drive a Stude- | ? /fcri y^dJu ^ker *or 20-000 miles or | ML ^ g^ill WP--^^rw more without attending to | t J the shackles. | I You shoold drive one of | f! Studebakei's new ball bearing spring S^k^^KeW Models | a ihackle«— the greatest advance In ttHliy. Arr&nge. &21 appoint- | k car engineering for yearf ? IQCDt Wltfl yOOf d talttm £ ; STUDEBAKEB. I . ^ Qv**n*land Distributor: LOCAL DBA LKR \ 1 Canada Cycle 8 Motor carl motors. I - I Agency [Q] Limited t Nerang SueeU £ I Creek aad Adelaide St.. export. \ | BRISBANE S ^ m iihamm mm* J , PRICES f COMMERCIAL TRUCK », —120' wh«lbue £290 ? U-TON-130' wheclb.* £335 11-TON — 150' whdbw £435 n 2 -TON— 150' whctlb.se £545 '** ? . . . Service...

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NORTH STREET. GOSPEL HALL. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

NORTH STREET, GOSPEL HALL. Bkealdng of Bread— 11 am Sunday School— 2.30 pm Gospel Meeting— 7 pm

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SALVATION ARMY. Scarborough Street. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

SALVATION ARMY. Scarborough Street. Sunday. 11 aja and 7 JO pm Sunday School. 2 pm Adjutant Cole and Captain Stephen eon.

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BOWLING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

BOWLING NOTES New members are still .poinlng up. ? The latest welcome recruit to ''Ye good old (game' is Mr. J. F. Gaven. * ? ? Two ririks are to be selected from Southport to meet the Q-B.Ai. on March 7. The selectors are out to get the best eight from the dub. ? » ? Balmoral Club, which u on tour, will play at Tweed Heads at the week-eni and Southport on Sunday. It is understood there will be focr rinks. ? ? * Now that the rush holiday teeson Is over, members are looking1 foiwafnd to the club competitiors, which, it is stated will be arranged for almost immediately. ? ? ? The ladies' committee are arranging a welcome home to Mr. and Mrs. Alf. Ward on their, return from New Zea land. They aire expecteld home some time next week. * ? ? The Q.B.A. has asked the Southport Club to nominate t player to join the Queensland team for Sydney and Mel borune next month. The difficulty is to feet a iplayeir, with money and time, who is hood enough to go. ? ? * The green had a welcome drop of r...

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IN THE REALM OF SPORT On the Green [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

I IN THE REALM OF SPORT | S H 5m mi ii ii i urun mi nut iii:in:u:i.i i i:u:i.i mi mi mmnmiitii UTBtannii 1 1 n.attn nmiiiiiiuiM On the Green Among the many players on the Southport fireen on Saturday were a large number of visitor*, who were wlecomed by the president of the club, Mr. R. C. Cairey, at the afternoon tea adjournment. Mr. R. M'Nab (Booroodabin) and Mr. O. GO hert (Toowong) Hespondad. Scores : — ' Maltman, Woods, Wilkinson, Clark 26 Rowe, Cochrane, CDonohue, Monk- ' bouse. . ' ? ? ? 24' Annand, M'Nab (Booroodabin), Hil ton (Clayfield), Elkea (Ipswich) 26 Biggs, Bastick, Grogan (Boorooda bin), WeBdon (Ipswich) .... 20 Pohlman, Balnnes (Wynnum), Bert wistle, Hibbard ? 27 Shepherd, Hamlyn, Gilbert (Too wong), Byrne (Ipswich) .... 15 Beilby, Birlcbeck, Adkins ? 27 Mason, Clark, Humphreys (Ips wich) . . . . ? ? ' ? 13 Sfeadman, Akes, W. A. Napper . . 26 KreUchmar, Lather, Ledbury .. 14

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Cricket Coomera Juniors v. Eastpart [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

Cricket Coomera Juniors v. Eastport On Saturday Efestpdft met Ooomera Juniors at Coomera in an A Brade competition fixture. Eastport. Sfho .plajtld with efehtt man. wene dis missed far 32. to-wUdi Coomera re plied with five wickets for 157 None of the Eastport players reach ?d double fltfOrtB. R. Oxenford secured the avdngs for Cocmeia, taking four wickets for eight runs. R. Oxanfofld rattled up 62 for Cocm erm in very short time, and was one of the sot out men. Les. Oxenfqrd contributed a nicely made 22, and W. Slganto leached 20 by sound defen sive batting. The match will be continued on Saturday. Stores: — Coomera Jaaiors — First laaiags W. A. Sigsnto, c H. Napper, b A. Thams ? 20 W. Foxweii, c H. Napper, h E Dowling ? 14 N. Rambling; c A. Tfcams, b H. - Dowling ? 6 L. Oxenford, c C. Napper, b A. Thams ? 22 R. Oxenford. not out ? 62 R. Emmonds, c G. Jockman, b H. Dowling ? 19 J. Oxenford, not out ? 5 Sundries ? U 157 Bowling.— C. Naprer, o for 31; H. Dowlin);, 3 fdi' 61; A. Thams...

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PITY HIM [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

PITY HIM Siace the cornea lot ?« to suffer, call that man happy who has labored in a wAle caass, no pity him who, haviaq soaght ao thiag higher than himself, hat Imowa ao more tha* the ashes of a selfish life, vataly coasunwd. — PL Cltiaaatcan,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

Best Because Purest KRETSCHMAR — made Drinks are famed for their flavor Try our 'SMILO' The New Orange Drink Once Tasted Always Asked For. — OUR — BREWED GINGER BEER Is a Popular Favorite — While Oar — 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. ?PHONE 3a CASH & CARRY H. V. FOSTER SCARBOROUGH-STREET 3 : ' - , & Still at the TOP (of the Hill) aql the BOTTOM (of the prices) - JUST CONSIDER A FEW OF THESE:— ABRAIZO 84' - * ACIDS — Bor&clc, 1/; Tartaric, 2/;' Citric,' S/. - AMMONIA — Household, 6d- ; Scrubb's, 1/6. ? ? .3; 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 %lb., 1/2%; lb, 2/2. . ? Barley, Pearl 34 lb.; Patent, 1/5. Biscuits, Soa, 5%d.; Arrowroot, Rice, Tea Calces, etc., 64 packet. Bisto 1/1 and 1/11 — . . Blue, Rickett's Round, 10%d.;Bag, 1/3 do*. ' Bon Ami, Oakes 84, Tins, 1/...

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On the Golf Links FOURSOMES POPULAR [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

On the Golf Links FOURSOMES POPULAR Interest is being maintained in foursomes play, between teams cap tained by on one side by Mr. Max Graham, the popular president of the Soothpckt Golf Club, and Mr. Chap man, of Guestling, Yanna. Mr. Chap man, after an enjoyable visit to Southport, has left for Toowoomba. and, durii*t Us month's residence there will endeavoop to organise an 'aeroplane trip' to Soulhport to plav tho four best players in Southport, and ireturnr the seme day to Too woomba. It will be remembered that M, organised the match ; between Ivor Wbitton and T. ft ?' Hunter, on the one side, and M. Staf ford and Dick Can. on the other, when the golf links were opened at Yanna, Mr. Ivor Whitton journeying from Melbourne especially as the * , guest of the Yanna Club. A number of fotfr-baU games were plared on the Southport solf links on Saturday. The links were well / patronised by visiting and local ? v players. One match of particular in- ?' terest was played between Mr. Max G...

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