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RIDDLE IN RHYME [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

RIDDLE IN RHYME Answer to last week's Riddle in Rhyme: House.

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

RIDDLES Q. Spell blMd pig in two letters T A. P.G. (pig without an I). Q. When is a schoolboy like a stamp? A. When he Is made to stick to his letters. Q. Why is a soap bubble like a reu not puitcr i A. Because you cannot krrasp It. Q. What happens if a pound of lard drops into a bucket of water? A. It comes out dripping. Q. When h a boy like a motor car? A. When be is tired (tyred). Q., When ia a river not a river ? A. When its eye^water (high water). Q. When are teeth like tongues ? At When tbey chatter, c Q. What part of the boat is like a farmer? A. The tiller. Q. Where tbolnd charity begin ? A. At sea (C.) What do liars do after death?— Lie still. Why is a thief called a gaol b(id ?— Because he's been a robin (robbing). -What lock Is that which no burglar can pick?— A loctk from a bald hew. . Which is the only way a leopstd can change' his spots? — By going frcfci one apot to another. Why is a watch the most difficult blng to steal? — Because it must be taken off Its guard.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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I WILL ARISE AND GO TO THE INNISFREE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

I WILL ARISE AND GO TO THE INNISFREE Who has not wished a thousand times to leave the roar of this noisy world and go to Innis&eeT It was the souryl of a tinkling fountain in » Fleet Street that set the heart of Mr. W. B. Yeats yearning for this haven of his heart's dastre, aad hia famous lines have echoed since in the hearts of a mighty multitude. I wtH arise now, and go to Iimisfree, Aad a email cabin build there, of day and wattles made ; Nine bean rows will I have there, a hive for the honey bee. And live alone In tbe bee-loud (glade. Aad I shall have some peace there, for peace cornea dropping slow. Dropping from the veils of the morn ing where the cricket sings; There midnight's all a glimmer, and noon a purple glow. And evening full of the linnet's wings. I will airise and go now, for always night and day I hear; lake water lappinz with low sounds bv the shore ; WUle I stand on the roadway, or on the pavements gray, I hear It In tbe deep heart core.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. Southport— Mass : Every Sunday, at 7 am; 10 am on Second Sunday of evesy month, and on 4th Sunday when B Sundays in the month. Evening Devotions: Every Sunday at 7.30, except the last Sunday. Burleigh Heads— 10 a.m. on 1st Sunday In th* month. Nerang. — Mass: Every 3rd Sunday at 10 am Upper Coomera, — Mass : Every last Sunday at 10.30 am, and Evening Devotions at 7 JO PA

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Church Services. ST. PETER'S SOUTHPORT [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

Church Services. ST. PETER'S. SOUTHPORX 7.30 am. Holy Communion (every Suaiiy). 10 ajo. Holy Communion (Sung), 1st. 3rd, and Sth Sundays; Mattins, 2nd and 4th Sundays. 7.30 jua, Evensore (Every Sunday) NERANG. — 2nd Sunday in month. 8 a.m. Holy Communion; 4th Sunday in month, 3 pjn* Evensong. UPPER COOMERA. — 2nd Sunday in month: 11 ajru. Holy Communion FebL. April, June. Aug., Oct. add Dec.) ; 2 pA, Evensong (Jan, Mar., May, July, Sept. and Nov.). OXENFORD. — 2nd Sunday in month : 11 am. Holy Camnunion (Jan. March, May, July, Sept, Nov.) ; 2 poo. Evensong (Fdt, April, June, Aug, Oct- and Dee.). ? REV. V. H. WHTTEHOUSK.

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

Winifred Elsie Hopkins L-T.C.U. A.T.O.U, Organist of St. Peter's Church. Teacher of Pianoforte, Violin, Haitnony, and Theory. Students prepared for all Music Exams. Address; — ' 'St. Gregory,' Queen Street, Southport.

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

The Southport Store The Oldest Store in Southport. Established in 1879 and still going strong Delivery to all parts of the Town and District Prices are right. 'Phone 315 R. C. CAREY, ; ' V CASH and CARRY Right at Railway Station Where the Prices are at Gty Level CAREY'S CASH and CARRY Delivery Free 'Phone 399 BASTI*! Where you get Quality and Service j We have opened a range of Ladies' Children's and Gents' Raincoats comprising : THE DUCHESS: Ladies' Art Silk Rain Coat, fa shot effect*, ah £ize8. B°S1»IARY : 'A Laldiea' Rubber Coat with Gabardine linh*, in check do- - DB2S?i' C0#t' WUh G#bMdin# ?UnSo& '» * choke CLA^»fa^f'id'*Ral-lierO0't,W,th Gaharfflne In Plata Colors. ALB^TsJ:z^ Boj8' Rabbt'- with Gabardine lining. In Back. CnTii» HelVy RubBer Coat- with Gabardine Lining, ln Black. All TALS -'table for ? ' J PHONE 247 Nerang Street, Southport j

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Cream Carting Charges THREAT TO CANCEL LICENSE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

Cream Carting Charges THREAT TO CANCEL LICENSE of % complaint received In ' ' regard to chaises made by J. Watts, cream carter, the Neman* Shire Coun ? tU wrote requiring cream to he taken from all who will pay and without alleged Idia^-imination. Us. Watts wrote in repfo to last meeting of the council saying that his charges were 3%d. per sal. with back loading^ or 5'4-L witaout uacx It waa stated hy the Chairman ^hat ? the coondl had the right to fix the dura) or cancel licenses, am he had told Mr. Wattst this would be done tf he dH not comply with the condl Mr. Watt* had complained that he tad given his earth* to an unlicensed carrier; Ma ntply to Mr. Watts was tlmt be was free to t^ve his cream to ithaca he wished. It was decided to receive the letter.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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NEW TURING SYSTEM LIGHT RAY REPLACES TAPE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

NEW TIMING SYSTEM LIGHT RAY REPLACES TAPE ' A new method of accurate timing in races and recoid attempts has lately been introduced in France which has the advantage of eliminat ing any wfce or tubular strip placed across the course. These are subject 'to considerable wear and tear, and on occasion have been found to be .dangerous. Instead of any material suuauujae ueinc sircicoea across uw tracik thfere is a beam of light which strikes upon an apparatus containing a selenium cell on tbe cthel.* side of the track. Whenever this beam is interrupted by the passage of a car n mark is made electrically on a mov ing timing twpe. These marks are repeated at every interruption of the ? beam of lfeht without any resetting of the instrument. The system has proved extjrwnely satisfactory in a severe test made bsfore English and French expert time-keepers.

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

« Fresh Oyiitn, Crabs, Fish Oilmen. hi. Theodore's Southport Cafe.

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FIRE EXTINQUISHING. LEAVE THE ENGINE RUNNING [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

FIRE EXTINGUISHING LEAVE THE ENGINE RUNNING It is a wiry wise precaution for motorists to always catty an effici ent fire extinguisher, prcpdrly charged. If the engine catches fire while under way cn the wad turn ths petrol off if the tap Is accea-ihl?, but leave the enpine running fast. Motcr spirit is highly inflammable. A back lire, a naxed n^m, a Duroing maicis a spark from pipe or cigarette, may start a conflagration even by contact with petrol vapour from a receptacle some little (distance away. If a fire occJrr? smother it at once with a sack or cloth (obviously not oil-soaked), sand clotji, or if available, with fire extinguisher. Use of water roar make matters wc*»e. Don't allow old oil to accumulate nor leave oil-soaked rags lyiifc a beat.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
HELPFUL HINTS NEEDFUL KNOWLEDGE Universal Joints [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

HELPFUL HINTS NEEDFUL KNOWLEDGE Universal Joints 'Most modern cars are fitted with eithqr fabric or metal-to-metal uni versal joints. Both types are notable for long life If the joint is corn felled to work under, arduous coridi tions, a fabric type may tend to pull cp tear out, but it it is kept well bolted up its Vfe wll be very long. When the bolts are not kept tightly in place the holes in the fabric will become enlarged and the discs should then be replaced bv new ones, which are qiuie cneap. Mciai-iype universal joints we^r and develop much play. Examination of the joint will show that tbe cross-pin or its bush has be coue worn, and is the cause of the play and noise. The remedy for this is to fit a larger drosS-pIn which will take up the slaok, or to bush the bearitfe with pbospand bronze, and fit a ipin of the same diameter as the -1 -jjlnai. This rrrangement is the most iastinp and satisfactory, and en tails only a few hours' work, which will be more than repaid bv the in c...

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DODGE BROTHERS' TRUCKS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

DODGE BROTHERS' TRUCKS Dotfee Blotters' trucks and busses, fotroerly known aa Graham Brothers' trucks and busses, are *vorld famous servants of all who neei dependable, economic motor transpcrtation. The complete line, cftmprlslng the 15-cwt„ 1-ton, -1^4 -ton, 1%-ton. 2-ton and 3 tons tlrucks m?et the haulage requiie ments of over 95 per cant, of motor truck users. For yearn Dodge Bro inens- itocks have been servlnc ablv and well in hundreds of linos of busi ness the world over. Seasoned busi ness n en have selected them and con tinued to buy the-n because they fit their needs on every count. Stamina is an fa-built quality of these trucks — iso much so that the word 'Dependable' aptly describes thel.' performance. Low operating cost, low uprkeep cost, long life and low initial cost result in true economy, and. with this economy yoe* the rower which enables Dodge Bro thers' Trucks to 'pull through' in defiance of road, -weather or load. Where hills are steep or roads treach erous the...

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

There's no Bunkum ABOUT OUR GOODS— They're all Dinkum OUR BREAD IS IN EVERYBODY'S MOUTH. ?EAT PIES ARE 6UARANTEED SAUSAGE ROLLS JUST THE THING FOR LIGHT LUNCHEONS J. E- MARRABLE, BAKER AND PASTRYCOOK SCARBOROUGH ST, NORTHSIDE, SOUTHPORT. *PHONE 255. CHILLY WINTER APPROACHES t WOOP? HOT PIES ?EAT OR FRUIT, Ha-re the desired effect of w liming apd stimulating the whole syvtem. Watch for the Cart and secure year supplies. Pfcstriea, Cakes, tod 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. THONE 375. ' TRITONS' Charming Bedroom Suite in richly polished Silky Oak for £29-10-0 ARTISTIC ia design, perfect in workmanship characterised by Tritton, depth ' «ad spaciousness, and large mirrors. This fine Soite is wonderful value at the low price. It is only one example of oar vast range of high quality Suites. Comprises 4ft Wardrobe with spacious drawer aad hanging space,...

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1/5 for Butter [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

1/5 for Baiter At the last monthly meeting of the Kingston Butter Factory it was de cided to pav 1/5 per IK for butter. The output was 3 tons short of the previous month.

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Underwant Operation [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

Underwent Operation Mrs. J. Welsh is an innate of the Alexander Private Hospital, Brisbane, whene she underwent an operation, and is progressing favorably. ;

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Tambourine Mountain Show Society Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

Tambourine Mountain Show Society Meeting Tbe annual meeting of the Tam bourine Mountain Agricultural, Horti cultural, aid Industrial Society was held in the North Tambourine Hall on January 29. The following offi cers were elected fct* tbe rusuing year : — Patron, Caipt. Jos. Francis, M3LR.; president, Mr. E. Crouch; vice-presidents, Messrs. J. Warren Whiter A. T. Baynes, and W. C. A. Robinson; committee, Messrs. J. E. Battle, H. Bishop, A. Q. Dean, E. Eocles, H. A. Gordon, T. Banner, F. Holzapfel, H. J. Jenyns, Sam. Coleman, A. Wilson, and J. Wilson; treasurer. Mi*. G. Eocles; seoretary. My. Fred. W. Taylor; auditors, Messrs. F. Herbert and H. E. Jenyns.

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

Social Miss Rosle Lanet who has been spending a holiday In Southport, re turned hone during the week. Mis. Conn and child (Maryborough) are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. Hart. The Mimes Kath. Titterton, Marge Tlnevethan, and Marie Luby and Mr. J. Luby (Brisbane), who have been on a visit to Myrtle Lodge as the guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. N. Siganto, returned home on Monday.

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Pen Points [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

Pen Points ''Why would you rather marry an aviator?' ? m m Coming to Grief. — Meeting tttxible half way. ? ? ? Many a man of few word* keeps them working overtime.' Women don't dress to please men. but to tannoy one another. ? ? ? Military.— What's tha use of a seat of war to a standing army T ? ? ? Courtship is billinv and cooing for two. Marriage is 'biir'-lng for one. ? ? ? A poet says he lenree cb^ppi* trees. — Must be living on the fat of the land. ? ? ? Some men are so busy Keginntne tifngfe that they have no time to fin ish anything. ? ? ? What a girl does to enhance her Beauty is no business of her young man. A certain peer boasts that he knits his own socks.— Hdped, no doubt, by his footman. ? ? ? Next, winter, according to a journal, bowlers will be popular with women. — Won't the batsmen be jealous 1 ? mm A famous film star cays her ambl* tion is to day the piano. — Sfce bis such an upright grand figure. ? ? ? A naturalist has recently discovered that mosquitoes Kke human...

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Canungra School of Arts Meeting [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

Canungra School of Arts Meeting The annua] meeting of the Canun gra School of Arts' subscribers was held on February 1, Mr. David Lahey presiding. The secretary's report dis closed a credit balance of £75. The year had eben marked by heavy ex-, {penditure, including repairs and the additions of a verandah, costing £127. Tho retiring secretary '(Mr. Don. Smith) was thanked far his services, and was granted a suitable honorar ium The election of officers re sulted : — Oanranittee, Messrs. B. Con ttghan, H. Wallis, J. J. Murphy, F. Fragnell* J. Dewey; secretary. Mr. J. Dewey; treasurer, Mr. K. F. Dowdeji; chairman, Mr. D. J. Smith. It was decided to proceed with preparations for tbe annual ball.

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