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Southport Club. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

' Southport Chb. The Southport KIFe Club will f,re tho February monthly competition -H« week-end, the 9th and' 10th, over 300, 500, and 600 yards flanges. Han dicaps are O. Hillier 8* H. V. Miles 15, W. Mackey 12. EL D. Andrews 15. G. Ellis 13. W. Smith & EL Stewart 12, H. Lougheed 9, W. Pascoe 9. W. ' Dennis 8, R. Akes & a Black IS, J. Thome 8, J. Boyd 9. E. A. Bailey 9. H. Hovamd 6, W. S-*rl-orough 14, J. L. Baity 14, pv L. Freeman 8, R. M. Pidi 11. X Dowrie 10. A. Soegaand 7. Lea. Ellis U, E. H. Stewart 18. A. Thome 25. X Prtbchard 35. E. Black - 31, W. Hicks 15. N. Kwtsctansr 35, ir«w 22. L. Dudman 35, E. L. G. Uallinson — , F. E- Stewart — .

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Coomera Shoot [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

Comers Shoot The 12th conipetition shoot of the Coomera Rifle 01 ob was held during the week-end over 300, 600, and 600 yards ranges, conditions being fair. E. Blgnell secured first place with 91 off rifle. The first si* kecured points towards the president's cup. Results : — 300 600 600 Tl. E. Bigiwll (10) .... 30 33 31 104 W. Heppet (11) .. 28 33 23 100 W. Shirley (23) .. 25 28 24 100 C. J. Blgnell (23) . . 30 27 19 99 W. J. Campbell (22) 22 27 28 99 WaL Slganto (16) .. 28 31 23 98 S. S. Bfenell (35) .. 21 20 19 93 S. S. Freeman (6) .. 31 31 30 97 T. C. Binstead (15).. 26 31 25 97 Jas. Blgnell (15) .. 26 31 25 97 S. F. Proud (8) .. 26 31 27 95 W. Shelley (13) .. 24 29 28 94 M. J. Barr (14) .. 21 28 25 91

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Tennis Southport v. Ad[?]town [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

Tennis Soathport v. Advsacetewn A social match was played between Southport and Advancetown on the latter's court on Sunday last, lesult ing In a win for Advancetown bv 12 games. The cores were as follows V. Hinde — Miss M. Faust v. R. Hope- — Miss D. Eertwistle, 6-3; v. E Pearson — Miss B. Thorne, 5-6; v. M. Sullivan — Miss N. Waldron, 3-6: S. Nutley — Miss P. Faust v. M. Sullivan — Miss N. Waldron, G-2; v R. Hope — Miss D. Bertvristle, 1-6 v E. Pearson — Miss' B Thorne. G-l; F. Hinze — Mrs. Fnust v. El Pearson — Miss B. Thorne, 6-4; v. M. Sullivan — Miss N. Waldron, 6-1; v R, Hope — Miss D. Bertwistle, 6-1.

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L. and A. Rifle Union MATCH PROGRAMME ARRANGED [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

L. and A. Rifle Union MATCH PROGRAMME ARRANGED At a meeting of dekfeates to the L and A. ttR-C Union held at WooAf Cafe on Saturday, the fol Vow ing weje present : Messrs. R. Johnston (president). R. Stewart. A. El Lioh trisch, and O. Beofer (Beenleigh). S. F. Proud (Coomera), E. J. Andrews (Nerang). R. Stubbs and W. Hewitt (Tallebodgera), Geo. Ellis and El L- Freeman and El Stewart, secretary (Southport). ApTwi»lnifl «f Delegate The action of the sub-committee in appolntiife Mr. El Stewart as a re presentative far ballot at the S.Q.RJV. meeting, to be held on the 18th of this mouth, was endorsed. Equal Represeatatioa Mr. G. Ellis moved that the secre tary writer to each club in the union recommending the member to vote for the following (with the intention of getting equal representation on the S.Q.RA.) : J. M. Clancy (Coorparoo), W. G. Duncan (Western Suburbs), J. C. M'Kenzie (Oity of Brisbai^), E. L. Freeman (Southport), J. G. Youlton (Central), N. S. Greer (Helidon). This was se...

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

r3£l^MIHR lo rirm Tender Gums WIDESPREAD dental discoveries in the care of teeth and gums have lecently been made. Tooth and ^um troubles were found to come largely from a film coat that form* on teeth, absorbs food dis cole urr.tions and breeds bacteria. Run jour tongue across your teeth and you 1! f^el a slippery coating. That is film. Old-type dentifrices won't successfully combat it. That's why your teeth now remain 'off colour' rcp^rdless of what you do. Now. in a new-type dentifrice called Pepsodent, those conditions have been met— jou can clear that film off. Teeth whiten amazingly. One's whole appearance thus is often quickly changed. Sold everywhere in hvo sizes. (U J. N. Skelton BUTCHER QUEEN AND SCARBOROUGH STREETS ? SOUTHPORi Orders called for Daily and Prompt Delivery to Town Residents. Three Deliveries each week to Bcnowa ana Bundall. For 1001b. or 501b. lots CORNED BEEF CANNOT BE EXCELLED COUNTRY CUSTOMERS A SPECIALTY. W. J. Kfrkpatrick, Family and Carcass Butcher Sca...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Interest Sustained CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MEETING VARIED BUSINESS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

Interest Sustained CHAMBEK OP COMUKKCE MEETING VARJED BUSINESS 7h* 'row-in*; fnif»-rst in fhv activities of the Southport Cham ber of Corn*rercc w?§ mani- fest in the frjg* attcndaare it the monthly meettnq in the School of Art* test night* and by tlit manner fn which the business was handled. The president, Mr. H. Bigg*. wa* in the chair, nnd other? H.vspnt wpie Messis. S. W. Mason, J. Shepherd, R. Johnston. G. W. Beilby, J. Onvill, J. C. Walsh, V. R. Birkbeck, A. E. Bastick, I* A. Wilkinson, K. 0. Price, G. A. Jackman, G. A. Taylor, A. L?d buiy. L. Annand, .M. J. (j'Donohue, A. Watts, IL E. Mrjrtin, G. Campion, T. O'Doherty, K. J. Ryder and the secre tary, Mr M, J. Sullivan. ^ Improved Tra'n Service A lette-* in renly to tho request of the Chamber to have an rdditional daily train service from Southport to South Brisbane in the holiday reason w,T3 read from the Commissions for Railways to the effect that the pre sent service was considered more thin adequate ami regretting that no...

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Water for Coolangatta REPORT TO BE OBTAINED [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

Water for Coolangatta REPORT TO BE OBTAINED At a special meeting of the Coolan gatta Town Oouncil the Mayor (Aid. R. C. Graham) brought forward the* question of providing a water fupply for tlie municipality through the Iiri gaton and Water Supply Commission. The Mayor said the necessity of ar ranging for a water supply for the town had been strikingly illustrated rilirinn* tViA «w(»nt lpncr»H« rirv snell. when householders were compelled to buy water for domestic pui-poscc. The nece sity from the fire-fighting stand joint was uijged also. The Commis sioner for In-igatlon and Water Sap ply had offered to investigate the j-o?sibilties of the YKstrict, and would present recommendations and esti mates to the council for submission „ ?' to the latepayers. . It was pointed cut ' / during discussion that previous in / vestlgations, vhich included' the watersheds of Tal'ebudgera, Lower Tallebudgcra, and Ourrumbin Creeks had been for tbe purpose of a joint supply for the South Coast area, b...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Coolangatta's Finances REVIEW OF YEAR'S OPERATIONS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

Coolangatta's Finances REVIEW OF YEAR'S OPERATIONS The Town Clerk tabled a statement at a special meeting of the Coo'.an Jgatta Council showing the revenue from ell sources last yeafc' to be £14,311, and the expenditure £16.B38, a loss of £2226 on the year's woik, which finished with a bank overdiaft of £3438/4/7. Receipts from general and sanitary rates totalled £10,175, rates outstarjd Iing at the end of the year totalling *2000. It was estimated that if the council retained the same valuations and rates as at present the current year would end with a deficit «f £2000, hut this did not allow for; any extraordinary expenditure. It was decided to adapt tbe same . valuations and rate for No. 2 and 3 Words as last year, namely, No. 2 Ward, valuation £43,797, rate 9%d. in the £; No. 3 Ward, valuation, £126.739, rate 9H-d. ir. the £. Amendments to reduce the rate in No. 3. Ward, which includes Bilinga, Tugun, Ooj'mmbln, and Palm Beach, - to 8*$d. and 7d. in tbe £ respectively, were defe...

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Border News PRESENTATION AT TWEED HEADS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

Border News PRESENTATION AT TWEED HEADS fern, L- O. (mi*, ntn hn bnpn » resident of the Twred for 41year*. was extended a farewell at the Twp--1 Beads Methodist Hall on Monday evening1. She is the oldest member of the Metbodist Church on the Tweed, and is a foundation member of the Tweed Heads Parents' and Citizens' /UBUViaMUUf ui nwKii vwy bik ' ?*» president of tho ladles' committee. Rev. C. J. Wells presided at Monday n^gbt's gathering, and eulogistic / speeches were made Bv Rev. C. J. Welle, Messre. A. H. Warne, R. Mit chell, F. IX Grierson, Holden, E, Bailey, W. Thompson, T. Burke, and fc.y* ? Ar-E. P«rkes. Rev*. O. J. Wells pre sented Mlrs, Trute with a handsome handbag and parasol on behalf ot church members, and on behalf of the Parents' and Citizens' Association Mr. R. M. Mtchell (secretary) hnrded .the guest of honor n cheque for five guir.ear.

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Loganholme Ferry SOLD FOR £2600 [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

Loganholme Ferry SOLD FOR £2600 The annual lease of the Lopanholm? ferry was disposed of bv auction r.t the Tingalpa Shire Hall at Mount Cotton vesterdar. The nrice realised ?was £2600 the successful bidder be £pc Mr. W. Stern, Last year the Loganholme ferry was leased for £1230. Prior to that Mr. W. Stum, the successful bidder at yesterday's sale, had the ferry on a three years' ler.se at a cost of -1 little over £100 per year. Yester day's price Is more than double that paid last year.

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Pier Pavilion THIS SATURDAY [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

Pier Pavilion THIS SATURDAY Real Indinn Chiefs in Tim Nl'Cny's Lctest, ?'Wyominn' Metic-Goldwyn-Mayer spurei no ex f»enfce in making ei'ery picture as r.alistlc a»« humanly possib e, and this policy U seen to g;reat r-dvantage again in 'Wyoming,' Tim M'Coy's latest otadoor lomance, which will b^ sho*n at ♦he' Pavilion this Saturday. Many famous old Indian chiefs .ip i ear in this nictuie, tokjethur with hunc'icds of rcj.l lied men from the Wytmintr i05cni't:cn3. The -toy is one of the early rett'Ie nvnt days when whole families ttav ♦Ued by covered waggons along the Oreswi trail to Wyoming to produc tive lands in the interior — v.rqjon ' of ctU'afie and cndurunce. or fro'.1 humor and h:2h !K'pee, of love inakirg a^d rot a f*nv hnpry m r lirtes cn loute. Sttcng jnen .''nd lovCJy — 1;n;- llnrr with health and rrdia.it *c«rlts — al» f cing t.ut to a new wo-ld and rom a^c. ri'-i'^t 'd\enture. through l.**k i'l* nrd m cm who fiercely r-'^ntcd th®ir ermine' — frequently into der.dlv unhus...

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NEXT TUESDAY "Nelson" [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

NEXT TUESDAY , ''Nelson* Presented by British Dominions Films, w{th the full co-operation and approval of the BfitisJj Admiralty, 'Nelson,' to be shown at the Pavi lion next Tuesday, is a storV of stir ring times when the leaderi of nations were young and ardent,* and when the 'wooden walls' of Erghmd jneant so much to her defence. Scenes were actually taken aboard « llv* Vic tory,' 'HT^e Implac ble,' and 4*Foud rrfgant.' The picture graphically portrays the whole life of our national hero and famous battles are fought over and ever again to go down in JV&torv as s lasting moan ment in celluloid to th^ famous Ad miral nnd Dritish h*lcrv. ♦'Wolvet of the Underworld.' How a young detective after be coming the 'prisoner of a notorious Jgang of counterfeiters cscapeu and rounds up the whole of the organisa-* tlon is ihe interesting th^me of 'Wolves of the Underworld,' the biff pioduction to support ''Nelson' at the Pavilion next Tuesday.

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Terse Talk [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

Terse Talk Afflictions clarify the scul. — Quarles. ? ? ? a Abuse is the weak resort of cow andice.— Colton. ? ? ? ? Remember to be calm in adversity. — Horace. ? a ? a To the valiant actions speak alone. — Smollett. ? ? ? ? A loving heart is the truest wis dom. — Dickens. ? ? ? ? Ambition's Cradle oftenest ia its grave. — Longfellow. ? a a ? Action, so to apeak, is the genius of nature. — Blair. a a a ? Few people know how to be CM.— La Rochefoucauld. ? ? ? ? The divine chemistry works in tbe subsoiL— Hawthorne. ? ' ? a ? Man is born onto troubte, as the sparks fly upwards. — Job. v.7. ? ? ? ? Age either transfigures or petri fies. — Marie Ebner-Escbenhach. ? ♦ ? ? Abundance without discretion is plain penury. — Matteo Gribaldi. a a a a Abstinence is the great strength ener and clearer. of reason. — South. ? ? ? ? Ability in a rran is knowle^e which emanates from divine light. — Zoroaster. a a ? ? Accent and emphasis are the pith of reading; punctuation is but secondary. — Disraeli...

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BILLY KNEW. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

BILLY KNEW. Moroni (giving her boy some early hinU about thingt ) : 'You know ahai morals art, don't you, BBlyt' Bair (whote lather punt i a bit): 'Yet, mum — cerU.' (Published by arrangement with the 'Sydney Bulletin.')

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Ambulance Brigade MONTHLY MEETING [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

Ambulance Brigade MONTHLY MEETING The monthly meeting of the South port District Amhluance Brigade was held at tl* centre on Friday, when them trans present: Messrs. j. L. .Lyndon lWoro««ary). H. V. Miles, F. C. W. Back, H. Howard Smith, E. M. Walsh (treasurer), with tbe superin tendent and secretary (Mr. P. Raby). Apologies for absence were re _ celvtsd fttn Mr. Wm. Lathee (chair * man) and Mr. W. & Foxwell (Coomen). Mr. Ipndon was voted to the chair. Tbe Superintendent's report show ed that during the month of Jamufcy, the brigade had attended to 25 accid ents, 48 transports; and 134 office casee, white one residence was fnmi Rated, making a total of 206. Cars travelling 1096 miles, representing calls from Burleigh Heads, Upper Ooomera, Helens vale, Molerdinar, Tal lebudgera Ckeek, Tallebodgera. Wonga Wallen, Oxenford, Meyer's Ferry, Benowa, Worongaty am) Southport. ? At the Burieibh Heads Sub-centre, 31 cases were attended and 131 miles travelled. The action of .the secre...

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

Large Assortment of Fancy Choco late Boxes far presents. M. Theodore's Southport Cafe.

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

C. A. BELL, racecourse, road, sotjthporx.' BCILDER ft CONTRACTOR. SEOP AND OFFICE FITTER. \ SHOW CASE SPECIALIST. Alteration and Repairs. ESTIMATES GIVEN. Agent f* SEA INSURANCE Ca 'PHONE 3S2. To make it Really Beautiful, Shingling must. BE DONE BY Experienced Operators No one rowadsys denies tbe healthfolness and convenitnce of the Shingle. Bat no girl or lady wishes to sacrifice her hair without the aa surance tint her appearance ahaU at least lose nothing by tbe change. Re cult Patrons at our Ladles' Saloon have proved our assertion that only experienced operators can give ?atl*' factory results, and we offer you that qualified MALE Service without fictitious prices or imposition. „- mHOHHI TWO CHAIRS WORKIHJ: shingle; 2/6. trim, i/b. Children's Hair Cat, 1/6. Trim, J/. Ju$L?§KaBgin3B' AO School Girls' Hair: Trim, 1/. Separate Entrance. All lustra meets thoroughly Sterilised after each use. □LIEHST. BOCHEE, HAIRDRESSER AND TOBACCONIST. CECIL SALOON. 1 S^EW MOTOR. I IT he New Clut...

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In Cupid's Chains A FEW MARRIAGE LINES [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

In Cupid's Chains A FEW MARRIAGE LINES Some wives are always : nailing cou piaints— others are always suffering Croro them. The perfect housekeeper, is seldom a perfect wife. It is so much easier to keep a house than a husband. The bitfeest argument against manning young is that one. has so many more years to repent in. lo be happily married is to domesti cate one's passions. When marjyirw is a tragedy to the Iperfonners it is more often a farce to the audience. A man is sajd to be courting when he is in the process of being caught. To love ia to dote— to marry is to antidotes Many a men threws himself at a girl's feet in order to win her hand — and then wondqrs to find himself un der her thumb. The desire of the eyes is not the desire of the wise. A wife ta her husband's mate, but a husband Is more frequently Us wife's cheque-mate. When a husband ceases to love his wife, his wife is the first to realise it; hut when a wife ceases to love her husband, her husband is often tbe last t...

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SOUTHERN FRUIT MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

SOUTHERN FRUIT MARKETS The Committee of Direction of Friut Marketing, ma licet reports: — MELBOURNE, by twire, Feb. 6.— Bananas, anticipate 24/ top price; pineapples, smooth 10/ to 12/; passion fruit, 10/ to 16/; apples, 7/ to 15/: pears, 4/ to 7/; peaches, 4/ to 10/; nectarines, 5/ to 11/; grapes, 5/ to 12/ per bushel. SYDNEY, by wire, Feb. 5- — Bananas special 26/ to 28/; choice 17/ to 23/; standards, 10/ . to 15/; pineapples, smooth 8.' to 12/; Ripleys 6/ to 9': passion fiuit, 6/ to 16/; plums, h.ihes 3/ to !-/: peaches, halves 2/ to 6/5 grapes, white 3/ to 10/; black, 4/ to 10/: pears, bushels 5/ lo 8/: apples, dessert 10/ to is/: cookers, 7/ to 12/; tomatoes, 7/ to 11/.

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

JOKES Old Lady : -*How do you like school, my little man ?' Bobbie: 'I like it closed.' ? * * Professor : Why don't you answer me? Student : I did, professor, I shook my head. Professor : But you don't expect roe to hear it rattle from here,' do you. ? ? ? Mother : How did you get your hands so dirty, Billy? Billy: Washing my face, mother. ? ? ? Irate Man : Your boy threw a stone at TTKN Proud Mother: Did he hit you? Irate Man : No. Proud Mother: Then he didn't do it, my bov never misses.

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