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

DAIRYING. As late as the year 1900 the quan tity of dair? produce marketed in Queens lan was Insufficient to meet the domestic requirements of tbe population, but snce that time this branch of husbandry has developed at a rate unequalled probably in any other part of the wortd. Twenty years ago then was not enough but ter produced in this State to provide a cargo for a small coastal steamer on which a refrifcreating plant had been installed with the idea of con veying Queensland butter to Sydney for transhipment overseas. To-day the largest ocean liners visiting the port of Brisbane load butter cargoes direct from the Departmental Cold Stones at Haniilton. Moreover, Queensland butter has won and retains a mcst favorable re putation on the overseas market, and has frequently secured first place for quality in open competition with the world's batter-producing coun tries. Tbe Hevelcpment of dairying' is more dependent upon efficient team wartc than upon Individual effort, and to achie...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
For the Man on the Land RAISING 6000 PIGS REMARKABLE YEARLY OUTPUT [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

For the Man on the Land i wmwmHiiiiiniiHiiiiinaattwawtminwiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiinmniiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiniiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiitmg RAISING COM PIGS I BttMAPtrA.nT.rn YEARLY OUTPUT Raising 6000 pigs a year as a sWe line to forming 4000 acres oqght to give a fellow some experience of value to others (says a wriMp in an Ameri can exchange). G. H. Bailey bas been doing just that for the past five years on the Balfour Gutnrie Ranch near Callpatria in the Imperial Val ley. The fact that be himself per fionallv shoots tiie double virus-serum vaccination into 6000 pigs per year without any losses, indicates that he is rigbt on the joU and (3 likely to know what be is talking about. Newspaper men have timed him on the vaccination job when he gave the double treatment to as many as 450 pigs in an boor. He normally aver ages 300 per boor. A definite system similar to that which enables him to perform this remarkable feat, is re sponsible for the fact that he can handle th...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
HIGH QUALITY BUTTER AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE ON LONDON MARKET CURRENT SEASON'S PROSPECTS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

HIGH QUALITY BUTTER AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE ON LONDON MARKET CURRENT SEASON'S PROSPECTS Australian dairy- produce .and its marketing in London were discussed at a recent meeting of the Dairy Pto duce Contre.! Board, by Mr. J. E. Elliot t. managing director of Messrs. Lovell and Christmas, London, in the course of an Informative address, in which he confirmed the view of the high stand rtrd and reputation that Australian butter has alreadv achiev ed. Mr. H. W. Osborne presid.'-d, Mr. Elliott, speaking as the neaa 01 one of the largest distributing firms, said there was a steady increase in demand for dairy produce In the United Kingdom, due to the (gen eral increase in knowledge of food values, and an all-round improvement in the standard of living. Thanks also to the work of the Empire Mar keting Board, there was a better ap preciation by the public of the Em pire's produce and a greater apprecia tion of what the Empire stood for. Prices at present in the United King dot] were good, and ...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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INVENTOR OF THE PLOUGH [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

INVENTOR OF THE PLOUGH It Ss not krtown where he that Invented the plough was brrn nor where he died ; yet he has effect ed mane for the heppiness of the world than the whole r««e of heroes and of conquerors who have drenched it with terrs and manured it with blood, and whose birth, pzrentage, rad educaticnl have been handed down to us with a precision precisely propor tionate to the mischief they have done, — Col too.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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INFLUENCE OF THUNDER STORMS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

INFLUENCE OF THUNDER STORMS According to 'Chcre. Weekbad.' a Dutch milk-su,pplylng company has made seme investigations on the sub ject of the influence of thunderitorrnt on the development of acid In milk in a hope of beii-» able to throw iome light, on superstitious tales of milk suddenly turning sour during electri cal ?storms. It was investigate whether milk would turn sour more quickly if exposed to an electrified atmosphere than if kept out of it, end it was shown that neither the ef fects cf alternate current, nor that of constant cwrent of equal tersion as observed uliuirg thunderstorms, would have any influence on -the quantity of acid in th» milk, although exposed for fifteen hours. it is thoilghtt that the real cause of milk t liming sour f'urinv a thunderstorm ic foutxl in the higher atrno'iphsric temperature generally prevailing pre vious to such storms.

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

Public Opinion J Those Bathing Sheds Mf. A. Matthews', South Brisbane, writes in reply to Mr. J. Welldon'3 letter in last issue:— Dear Sir, — Before leaving South port this week, aftefr spending an en joyable holiday at your delightful seaside resort, I was shown a letter which itDpeaind in your last ibsue, In wmch a Mr. J. Weli don jjropounds his v'ews regard ing the unsightly bathsheds, or. 'both- houses,' as he calls thero, facing the I '''esplanado, in No. 4 Ward. The first 1 ' .'tl^ng I noticed as a blot on your fair '!Wn were these dln(;y, dirty little tWi'- Vv^v- Mr. Welidon is seem ingl^v&y proud of beir\g the means of having placed in a position where they are an eye-sob?e to the travelling ' public, and I am leally ifleased to see that the council is determined to re move them. Mr. Welidon is possibly like other townsmen — puts his own business interests first, and the giendrctt welfare and beautification of the town next. He says something about hundreds of visito...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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KING'S HEALTH LONDON, February 7. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

KING'S HEALTH T-ONDON. February 7. A bulletin issued this morning stated though the stage of convale cence has not yet been reached Ms Majesty's progress is such that the proposed t nange to the South Coast is now desirable.

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St. Patrick's Day Social COMMITTEE MAKES ARRANGEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

St. Patrick's Day Social COMMUTES MAKES ARRANGE MENTS / Preparations for the annua' St. Patrick's Day social were made at an ' enthusiastic meeting of parishioners in tho school hall, Southport, on Sunday. It was decked to hold the social In the School of Arts on -Mon- day, March 18. It was announced that n rmmb?r cf valuable articles were donated for raffles, and theso were accepted with thanks. ' Mr. J. Gavcn, who is acting as secretary, has the arrangements moving well for a succcssful function.

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

SOCIAL Misses O'Sullivan returned to 'Salt aire,' White-street, after two months' holiday.

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BANK RATE UP LONDON, February 7. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

BANK RATE UP LONDON. February 7. The bank rate has been increased from 4% to 5% per cent. It is understood that the Bank of England has increased the rate^e— ^ stop tho heavy drain on the stoflfc of gold in Its Issue department,-! The nett efflux durinhr the week was £3,091,745 sterling, which reduced the stock of gold to slightly under £150,000,000, which is tne amount laid down that should be held.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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FOURTH TEST ENGLAND WINS AUSTRALIA—Second Innings [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

FOURTH TEST ENGLAND WINS AUSTRALIA — Second Innings After one of ihj most exciting iihisbes in Test Cricket England won the Fourth Test match to-day by 12 iurs. Scores : — Oxenham, c Chapman, b White . . 12 Bradman, run out ? 58 Grimtnett, c Tate, b White .... -J Oldfield, not out ? 16 L'lackie, c Larwoot, b White . . 0 ? Sundries .. ? 12 Total ? 337

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Wondrous Woodlands CHARM OF SPRINGBROOK VISITORS IMPRESSED [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

Wondrous Woodlands CHARM OF SPRINGBROOK VISITORS IMPRESSED As one speeds along the winding way that leads to Sprlnl(;brcok he is constrained to remark, vriih Longfellow, 'So this is the fo'est primeval' — the wild, wonrierOL-s woodland that so few outside oeo|ile know cf. The innjesty of it, and it* captivat ing charm ! The time will come when S.?! insbrool:, with Its rciffhboring mountain Iretrcats, will be jegaKoi as cne of the wontler woodland p'ace3 of Australia — 'The nunneries of Fllent nooks, the murmured lonfiinr; of tbe woods.' Or. a burning hot dav when the tempe/ati'i-e Icvrlr doun was tip-toeine towards the century, it wis sweet to wander in the shide and breathe the invigorating mountain air, fresh and fragract. There seemed to be no end to the charm and variety of the scenery. Massive, tree-capped hills and igapng fern-flecked gullies predominated, but each was different fn Nature's inimitable way, over changing, ever new. Auu'.lier refrefhinj; evjer' tce was the proli...

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Last Minute News CRICKET COMMENT LONDON, February 7. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

Last Minute News CRICKET COmMENT I ONDON. February- 7. Mr. P. F. \Varner, writing In the 'Morning Post,' says if Austi&lia wins this test it will .show, on fonn in third and fourth tests, that there ia little to choose between the two sides. At the end of the Second Test the Englishmen looked alipost twice as [good as the Australians, but the latter's bowlers have since asserted convincing superiority over our last five or. six batsmen.

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

LOST— Jan. 26, Black Evening Bag, Burleigh Road, to Southport. 10/ Reward, on return to Mrs. EagUe White, This Office. ? ? WANTED KNOWNr— P. Ferguson, Dry Cleaner, Dyer, Hresser, Hats, Renovated. C/- Vance's Store, r.ear Station, Southport. ? ? PUBLIC NOTICE I will not be responsible for any Accounts contracted in my name with out my written authority. EH. GODING, Worongaiy. WHEN YOU WANT— JEWELLERY or GIFT GOODS It's not bargains you. a.re nttq? but GOOD VALUE from an honest trader You Ret that when you Buy from V. R. Bfckbeck The Man Whose Reputation stands behind his saleis, Nerang Street, Southport /Phone 117. P.O. Bo* 15. WANTED— Junid? Girl for Steam Laundry; sleep at home. Apply early, Matron, Southport School. FRENCH— Mademoiselle L. Vouge, St. Hilda's School, hais a few vacancies for private lessons a.' classes. Apply to her at the school. RESUMING Business February 11th, Dressmaking, Dresses Cut, Tacked. Private Lessons. 'Phone K-2. Misses O'Sullivan, White-st„ South port....

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Culled Verse DICKENS IN CAMP. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

Culled Verse DICKENS IN CAMP. Tho following verses, with their strong human touch, were written by Bret Harte. the American novelist and poet, on learning of tbe death of Charles Dickens in June, 187u: — Above tha pines the moon was slowly drifting. The river sang below; lue aim Bier ras, iar Deyona, upiuimjt Their minarets of snow. Ito roaring camp-fire, with rude t humorv painted .. The ruddy tints of health On haggand face and form that drooped and fainted - In the fierce race foi- wealth; Till one arcse, and from the pack's scant treasure A hoarded volume drew, And cande were dropped from hands of listless leisure To hear the tale anew; And then, while round them shadows gathered faster, And as the finelight fell, He -read aloud the book wherein the Master Had writ of 'Little Nell.' Perhaps 'twas boyish fancy — for the readea Was youngest of them all — , But, as he read, from clustering pine and cedor A silence seemed to fall ; The fir-tnees, gathering closer In the - shadows, L...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 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 A!l«* Craig Marine Engines ; John .on Out board Motors. Address: — Brighton Parade, Southport. ?PHONE. 274. J. D. ANDREWS, Auctioneer and Commssion Agent, TALLEBUDGERA. Sales held in any part of the District.' FARMS FOR SALE Writ® for list to — X D. ANDREWS. V. R. Birkbeck FOR SUPREME QUALITY Large Stocks of Zylo Ware Carried Shaving Sets from 4/6 to 30/ Collar Boxes .. 16/ to 30/ Zylo Clocks . . . . 8/6 to £0/ Large Range of Sets — all priccs Photo. Frames fHam .. 2/6 Military and Ladies' Hair Brushes, from .. .. 7/6 Remember YOU BUY VALUE when you Buy from V. R. Birkbeck Nerang Street, Southport 'Phone 117. P.O. Box 15. Whittle Bros. (Late A.I.F) THE RELIABLE GROCERS Esplanade Store, Southport We THANK Customers for their valued patronage during the post year, which to us has been one of progress. We trust t...

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

^ \ 'When tTte :Bi2Zy% boils— ^ | ^ jj meuca it with, KING TEA-^ I j- Let KING TEA add zest to the sharpened appetites 5 of your picnic luncheon. J Brewed in tbe billy, KING TEA loses none or its famous 3 ~ ' | r| uniform excellence— becanse the tiny leaves tbat are ij _-i - I i gathered In the early morning sunshine ol their hill-crest 3 I | home are specially selected for HJNC TEA. The fragrant P Vl | aroma and golden glory of KING TEA have never been ex- 3 * I 5 ceiled. It is free from all trace of tannin. Mellow and E , I = exqoisite— 'tis -t fit companion In your picnic basket 5 U J.KIW«5 TEAl I i

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

SINGER SERVING MACHINE CO. Acent for Southport and District M. W. Black, Owen-st., Southport.

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CEASE DREAMING—ACT! [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

CEASE DREAMING— ACT ! Headers wore Riven an outline last week of what southern seaside places were doing to improve their fore shores and add to their attractiveness. Two places alone. Manly anil Bondi, are spending a half million botween them, on top of tho hundreds of thousands already spent, to improve and beautify. The time has 'not yet arrived when we can speak in hundreds of thousands ; nor does there seem to be any Kreat need for it, even if we had the money to spend. But what are wo doing within our means to provide increased facilities for visitors and brighten the beauty of the fore shores which Nature has gifted us with, but which man in nis pursuit of gain seems bent on destroying?' We have done something, admittedly ; but not as much as w» mip:ht, not as much as we can afford, and certainly not as much as thero is call for. c What are we going to do about it? Nature has blessed us with the finest seaside in the whole of Aus tralia and incomparable scenic attractions .ou...

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Life-Savers Selected THE TEAM FOR SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929

Life-Savers Selected r THE TEAM FOR SYDNEY . Following last Sunday's competi 7 tibr^s at Kirra beach, the team to re - present tho Point Danger Branch of the Life-saving Association of Aus L, tralia in the Australian champion ships at Sydney next month have be?n , selected as follows: — H. Bick, T. Wilks, Tweed Heads; T. Boast, 1). ►Wan, t. costa, Mowor&y Park; N. jNoonan, Southport, with E~G. Wilson -.(Southport) and J. Ajax (Coolan f' — tta) first and second emergencies ?pevtlvety. Surprise is expressed at the *elec n of Costa, who has not been seen 4*i swfmfnirisr action ths season, but, can be taken for granted that the ' fetors would not haw picked him ' ,«pless they knew he was capable of ?jplaying fn the water the profici he possesses on land.

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