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IN THE REALM OF SPORT On the Green NOTES ON BOWLS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929

^ IN THE REALM OF SPORT On the Green NOTES ON BOWLS , (By BanVite) 'A jolly good lot of fellows,' was tie verdict of Southport bowlers who met and defeated members of the Bal moral Club In a four rink match on Sunday. The test of good sportsman ship Is to know how to lose. The Baliroral men stood the test; they were good losers, and they had in them the spirit of feoad fellowship as welL ? ? ? Speaking! of good losers, there b also such a think as bad winners. He is a bad winnac who chows a spirit of boastfulness or. bra?, rather than of sympathy and modesty. The lack of sportsmanship in bad losers finds expression in 'hard luck' and 'just missed iV sort of talk. ? ? ? There is such a thine as pood and bad iuck in bowls; but trie good sport will not complain when things go rjgairat him; and, wi-it is tooth, he. will not allow his bad luck to disturb him, for he knows, if he hsj experi ence, that if he keeps bis head and plays on -steadily, the luck that help ed his opponents will as...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Regnant Pictures THE WEEK'S PROGRAMME SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 16 The Batter and Man" [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929

Regnant Pictures THE WEEK'S PROGRAMME SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16 The BnMer and Eoa Man' The stdry of a butter and egfc man who came back, and came back hard. A worm who ttfmed against the wise «uys who thought they had 'taken' him. One sucker who cot more than an even break. Rich with racy, unique types of theatrical 'insiders.'1 Intimate re velations of the inner workings of play production. Teaming for the first time two great lovers. Jack Mul hall and Greta Nissen. 'So Tb'is l- Love' A picture of a boy who lost his fear of the wdrld in the great test of love for a winsome little tgirl, who blossomed from a delicatessen store drudge into a beatuiful fashion plate. Your heart will ache for the poor boy drea*naker who feared to ffeht for the girl he loved. tYoo will shout with enthusiasm when be awakens to is own powers and meets the Bully la the ring.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Saturday's Play [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929

Saturday'' Play Among the visitors to the South pott bowlbfe green on Saturday was n rink from the Booroodabin Club. The green was well patronised and some good games resulted. The president of the dab (Mr. R. C. Carey) accorded the visitors the usual welcome. Mr. D. O. Forrest . (president of the Windsor Club) re sponded. Scores : — Maltman, Annans', Bcrtwfetle, Akes (all SouthpOTti ? 26 W. Riek, G. Relk, M'Nab, Grogan (all Booroodabin) ? 19 Beilby, Elkes (Ipswich), Lather, Clark ? 29 Shillito, Woods, R Napper, Well don (Ipswich) .. ? 25 Mason, Steadman, Humphries (Ips wich), Monkhouse ? 30 Lowe (Bast Brisbane), Wilkinson, Johnston, Adkins ? 25 Rowe, Lament, BastlcK, CDonohue, BlrkSeck ? 39 Biggs. Lamont, Nixon, Fooest (Windsor), Ledburv ? 19 Pohlman, Hamlyn, Morlev (Groce vitle), Kretschrnar, Carey .... 26 Shepherd, Cochrane, Dodd, Newman (Yeronga), Hibbard ? 18

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NEXT TUESDAY "Yores" [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929

NEXT TUESDAY 'Vans* The Storv of the Immortal Salient. Once again the *faersonal element' —the Oeeds of tadivdual heroism fennd worthy of the Victoria Cross — move and Inspire as profoundly. Deeds that thrilled the world by their stark heroism; deeds that will with iprlde of country. Men who have risen to super beinfes under stress of emergency. Driven to acts of hero ism, bV the force of inspired patriot ism and for the cause of right. Ex amples of sets of courage permeate this soul stirring drama. The ptctnre b aflame too with romance. This pageant of heroism is to be shown at the Pavilios next Tuesday. The Roaring RoaaP* Thfa to a racy story of the Speed way. The story deals with the many in tigues, counter-plots and thady methods leading up to the winning of a big cross country classic with not only a silvet- cup as a prize, but also the awarding1 of a large motor con tract which every one knows wttl go to the winner.

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With the Rifle Southport Shoot [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929

With the Rifle Southport Shoot In the monthly competition at the Southport range over 300, 600 and 600 ya)ds conditions were fair. J. Boyd was the winner with 98 off the rifle nnd nine' handicap. The first five also were prize winners. Scores: — 300 600 600 TL J- Boyd (9) ? 32 32 34 107 W. Smith (8) .... 32 32 33 105 W. Dennis (8) .... 30 33 33 104 E. D. Andrews (15) 29 27 33 104 R Lougheed (9) .. 27 34 32 102 W. Scarborough (14) 30 31 28 102 E. Stewart (12) . . 28 32 28 100 H. U Freeman (8) . . 29 30 31 98 EL A. Bailey (9) .. 27 32 30 98 K. Lahrs (22) .... 24 31 21 98 A, Thome (25) .. .. 24 26 23 98 L. Ellis (11) ? 26 34 26 97 O. Ellis (13) .... 27 31 25 96 R. Akes (8) ? 26 32 29 95 G. Black (19) .... 24 23 29 95 J. PHtchard (35) .. 22 24 14 95 J. Thome (8) .. .. 27 31 27 93 A. Soegaard (7) .. 26 26 29 88 H. Richardson .. .. 25 25 24 75 F. E. Stewart .... 23 12 21 56

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Pier Pavilion THIS SATURDAY. Dolores Del Rio In "Rimo[?]a" [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929

Pier Pavilion THIS SATURDAY. Dolores Del Rio Jn -'Ramon*' Brilliant, glamorous, pictorial, scintillant with romantic charm, vib rant with dramatic tensity, dynamic in its emotional moments poignant in its bitter tragedy— that fs 'Ramona,' the United Artists photoplay to be shown at the Pier Pavilion this Satur day. ?'Ramona' is a screen triumph, its continuity, direction, acting, photo graphy and seen): vestment stamp it as one of the finest, most artistic p'c turesever produced. There are five great dramatic climaxes in the picture — the romantic elopment of ''Ramona' with 'Ales- i.andro'; the trafeic death of their baby, the most poignant scene ever screened; the wanton massacre of de fenceless Indians by a band of out laws; the cruel murder of ''Alessan dro'; and the beautiful restoration of 'Ramona's' shattered memory. The HmmI of Silver Creek* Dynamite, the wonder police 'tog. U the star of The Hound of Silver Creek,' the associate picture to 'Ramona.' The plot tcveflves around...

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Team for Murwillumbah [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929

Team for Marwillumb'ab The Logan and Albert District Rifle Clubs' Union have challenged the' Richmond and Tweed District Rifle Clubs' Union to a friendly match to be firdd on the Murwillum bah rifle range on Saturday, 23rd in stant, at 1.30 p.m. The tear, will i travel by private cars, leaving South port at 10 a.m, and will lunch be fore proceeding to the lange. The * personnel of the Lofcan and Albert team is as follows :— L. V. Soegaard and EL J. Andrews (Nerang), W. F. - Smith, W. Paiscoe, J. Boyd and E. L. Freeman, captain (Southport), S. F. Proud (Coomera). H. Smith and J. P. Sullivan (Beaudesert), and H. Kirk (Beenleigb). Emergencies : C. Hiiller (Southport), A. H. Soegaamd iNer nng), V. Willie (Beenlelgh). and J. -i Simpson (TailebudKera). Coaches: ?; A. Soegaard and J. Dowrie (Soutb port). The contest will be over the W0, 600 and 600 yards ranges, 7 shots -J at each with 2 sighters optional. Ten i, men to shoot and eight to count. -

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Social News [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929

Social News ? :o: Mrs. A. H. Hudson, who has been spending several week* at Chelms . fifl have returned to Brisbane. i!r. and Mrs. K. Be Ty, who have been sperilbve a holiday at Derwent, have returned to Toowoamba. Mr. nnd Mis. S. Robinson, who have been spending a week at Lohl, have returned to Brisbane. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. M'Kenue have returned to Oakey, after an extended holiday at Southport. Mrs. C. Geary and family (Bris bane) have returned home after- a fortnight at Rhondda. Southport. Misses A. and M. Plant (Helldon), after a holiday at Southport, are pay ing a visit to Pialba. Miss Alexander Esther Cameron. A.T.QL, L.T.C.U, who was on a visit to Southport, left bv the Roikhainp ton mail train during- the week f* St. Faith's Church of England Gram mar School at Yeppoon. Mis. W. H. Barnes, who has been an inmate of a private hospital in Southpctt for some weeks, returned to her home at Coorparoo on Satur day. Mr. W. H. Barnes, M.LA. spent a few days at the Pacific Hotel be fore...

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Nerang Show Society's Big Year Bumper Revenue Turns Debit Into Credit Comprehensive and Informative Report [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929

Nerang Show Society's Big Year — — :o:— — Bumper Revenue Turns Debit Into Credit Comprehensive and Informative Report Net only had the Nerang Agricultural Society a wonderful show last yean bat the year itself was one of exceptional progress. This position was disclosed in the reports placed before the annual meeting of member* on Friday night. Starting off the year with a debit of £10/10/, the society endedwith a credit of £13/12/. after speeding 124 more In prite money, £50 on improvements, and bavioa received lest for publican's booth and entertainments. The committee as a whole, but particularly the president and secretary, an to be conplbnented oo the results, for it is mainly due to th« activity of those officers that the show was ao successful. The Society Is ire a good way of moving for a year of still greater progress. The chair was occupied by the pre sident (Mr. W. G. RucVL Others In attendance were: Messrs. J. Gnven (fecretary), E. J. Andraws (assistant secretary), J. Ry...

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Cows Poke Faces AND MEN SEND ALDERMEN TO HELL POWER TO ARREST SOUGHT [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929

Cows Poke Faces AND MEN SEND ALDERMEN TO hct.t: POWER TO ARREST SOUGHT Beinrc in expansive mood, Ihc Southport Council at its matting on Tuesday discussed* subject* which ranged from cows that ? poked faces at people In the ?street, to aldermen who should have the power to arre»t people who told them to go to hell. ? - The particuTar discussion start ed with 'Daisy' of the ttreet hrigaifr, which lives on the tuccu . * - lent «hoots of the byways, bnt has a particular relish for the . - ' succulent shoots of home sardens ended With a complaint against motorists who fling defiance at ; aHermen who are qivlnp; free ser j—% vice In an effort to regulate the - 'town traffic : The discussion arose from a letter ?written by Mr. B SheHon, of Hvjh street, who asked that the Council ?? should forego its decision not to *1 1 low cows to graze In the street. He suggested that dairy 'ows should ho : alloweS. It would help to keep .- , Bown ,the growth of grtPs. : Reference was made to the fact ....

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No title [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929

BRISBANE— MT. LINDSAY ARTERIAL ROAD, WITH MT. LINDSAY IN THE DISTANCE. —(?'Queensland Agricultural Journal

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First Steps Taken COUNCIL AND FORESHORE BEAUTIFICATION TREASURERE TO BE APPROACHED [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929

First Steps Taken COUNCIL AND FORESHORE - BEAUTIFICATION TREASURER TO BE APPROACHED Placing a pleasingly colored and and attractively designed plan of foreshore improvements' Encoun ter Bay, South Australia, before Tuesday's maetlng of the South port Town Council, Mayor Grite asked the aldermen to say what they thought about it. The plan was a copy of one that had been prepared by Mr. EarJe, Brisbane City Surveyor, for the bezutiftcatioa of the fore shore at AoalaUe. So much did the aldermen think of the idea that It was decided to approach tke Treasurer to sea If a sum of atOBWy could be ob tcined for a scheme of foreshore improvement at Southport. Tho Mayor suggested that they ask Mr. Appel, MXA* to take them to the Treasurer to. see if they could get a sum of money for the beautlOca tlon of their, foreshores. Within the next year or so, he said, when the loads were finished there would be a large amount of traffic going through the town, and it would be nice foe them to improve t...

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For the Man on the Land FEEDING EFFECTS QUALITY AND QUANTITY OF MILK [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929

For the Man on the Land [ FEEDING EFFECTS QUALITY AND QUANTITY OF MILK Do certain balanced dairy rations give rise to either a lower yield of milk or to milk deficient in so'llds or fat 7 Among torn© dafty farmers the opinion appears to be held that they do, says an English exchange, although the rations are properly balanced from the point of view of protein and Biarcn equivajem. Edcpcruueais uvw been conducted on a farm in Glouces tershire to ascertain if changes were actually brought about in the quan tity and quality of milk in conse quence of feeding balanced mixtures of different composition. The con clusion they pointed to was that cor rectly balanced foods do not seriously affect the yields or corcvosition of the milk. The cattle were hifch-yieldine pedi gree Brtish Friesians, this type being considered likely to be rodre respon sive to change* in rations than moder ate yidders. They -were fed on six different balanced rations at various times and their yield contrasted with...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929

There's no Bunkum ABOUT. OUR GOODS— They're all Dinkum OUR BKEAD IS IN EVERYBODY'S MOUTH. . . , MEAT PIES ARE GUARANTEED SAUSAGE KOLLS JUST THE THING FOR LIGHT LUNCHEONS . J, E. MARRABLE, BAKER AND PASTRYCOOK SCARBOROUGH ST, NORTHSIDE, SOUTHPORT. THONE 255. __^________^______ ? I ? ?' CHILLY WINTER APPROACHES ! WOOP5' J1OT PIES ?EAT OR FRUIT, Ham the desired effect of wanning and stimulating the whole ?j-atenx. Watch for the Cart and secure your supplies. f Pastries, Cakes, rnd ATI 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. B^^s^^^^Mtpaustocometo the right E^^^^B ' 4/ ExquisileNeuj|/|- it » m%M I i TDfHINIA € Wlt-V/ MOKmnr ? mm ? - PNONOODAPH ^^m^ ^^ iff ^*v»^«^T^^iP^ ???I V JX*.K+lXm.lfmt22mO~f.^iam. m+*~ If tH**!*' T'. ? 'MW1 IsW BWClM dtsfcb MMMk£ r^ti/^^ VI ?Mat »4M ? ?HV ,^^| ' L innRiTixMM liiss. I ^ m, XT o , PHONE 3M. Ine New Popular ^(...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929

C G.Bel ford The New Small Goodsman SCARBOROUGH ST., SOUTHPORT I DELIVER DAILY. Forward Your Address and I will deliver. ? 'PHONE 463. £. A. Grigg tor Books! I Specialise in— BOOKS FOR TINY TODDLERS. BOOKS FOR GIRLS AND BOYS, BOOKS FOB YOUNG PEOKJft BOOKS FOR OLDER PEOPLE, BOOKS FOR EVERYONE! ALSO:. A OIRCULATfJM LIBRARY OF UP TO DATE FICTION. EL A. GRIGG, NKRANO STREET. YHONE 21. P.O. Bos 13 ^BsasyBy tiering «W catering JWWe«M*»ia,Da»rss gad' Parries S HB7 f» mr hands you will be rctirced ?/ all worries. K I B^B Ow service U prompt, tficimt and mperior. FRESHLY *2 IHl BAKED CAKES ami PASTRY that arc li«hl iootlueme « B 1119 and dtllcimu,u4iiUo&*T*iamdimn»t At Wight* quality. 5 I 1 M Charges arc always atescrsts. 3 I W. A. WOODS 5 plflfl . CAFE EXCELSIOR Phone 8 Si feffjl NERANG STREET. SOUTH PORT L$ %}$0**9MmW*M*drMMJJFfMdfMWMWJff£Afr. * 9£3 Tailoring is our Hobbiji ?ML T^WsW Thai's IDhi) li Paqs »«gv|^ NC'xflHv^BL W' ?*? tailon because w* mjoy SsbsC mSMK ^t^^V making good ...

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SUSPICIOUS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929

SUSPICIOUS A certain churchwesden has his own war of deaUnfl with cases of Ambtfulchari^r^ One Saridsy- noexdnjr fa* was on hi* any round with the {date, and at last *gachad a man of questionable ^enerocxty. J.OB isuerrf immenng ii is xwer that on* shomU not pobtlsh one's good dtedi too widely, concealed fab floos ttan to Ms flat and reached for, the pisatufe *-Wn4mipoci tbo cflurcbwuocQ, withdrawing it before b* could reach It. said in a ttem whisper: ?'Give It to me, sir. One has Just come off my waistcoat!'

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Southport [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929

Southoort (Bv Deris I. Vievers) To wander along the sea shore. As day breaks o'er the sea. You gaze with wonder to solve The vtfct ocean's mystery. Souhtport, the voice of Nature is sayinfe. Showing its beauty by night and day; Glowing 'mid sands so sold — Sands that are never dull grey. As the bright con climbs on high. Casting its great rays a-far. The lima town gives glad welcome To the light we cannot mar. We lift na oor heartst and rejoice, To a gem in a beauteous laod. In the glow of the glorious weather. Where children wand**' hand in Tba ocean waves for ever caHng; The seethincr billows surge and leap To envelope those who answer, 1BA jor and la-feht« deep. What cool and sunny climate! Away from the- bustle and noise— Sotnhjjwt. the place of all tourists. The Mecca of life's goUen jojn. A traveller may wander a-far, - And caB at many a port; But later hell come back and whisper Too* town is the test resort.'

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SHORT STORY "A Perfect Crime" (CONTINUED FROM LAST WEEK) [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929

* SHORT STORY * 'A Perfect Crime' ..— ? ? ? iiiiiiiiiiiimimmtnmniiniinTiniiumn (CONTINUED FROM LAST WEEK) The doctor picked up his (null - handbag and bit bat. 'Well, I mutt be going. II I can be or any um to you at an; time, Jin. PessoL dont hetltate to tend for me.' Mrs/ttesiol shook the doctor'* band and buried her faee In her handker chief. Benjamin went to the front door with the doctor. ' 'You're bad a Ions time at It,' b« said, 'and I want to thank you, doctor. ? tr I bad got word from you earlier I would not bare gone to business, of course, and I might bare been able to aid somehow — — ' 'It was your wife I was consider ing. Beside*. I bad to get the nurse, you know. It was best that toot wife did not see her mother unto — well, you know. She can go up now, and you also. If you care. The nurse has gone away.' He put his hat on his head as Ben Junta held out bis band. 'I upset the saucer of milk your mother-in-law bad placed at the bead of her bed — for the cat, I expect.' b...

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Fight Wanted TOM BOND'S CHALLENGE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929

Fight Wanted TOM BOND'S CHALLENGE In the lait issue of the 'Bulletin' Tom Bond challenged Tom Ford to a return fight ©v* 10 or 15 rounds for Fwetretakes of £10. or failing hfan any other fighter of the same class. As yet the challenge has not been accepted. _ _ , Ford gained the verdict over uona in a bout at Burleigh some time back; Feeling that he did not do justice to himself Bond subsequently challenged Foal to do battle on Boxing Day. Evidently Ford was resting on his laurels, as he did not respond. Now that Bond has thrown oat Us iecond challenge, Ford, if he wishes to retain Ms title, cannot well escape a ffeht. The outcome, if it comes eff, should be interesting.

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Wedding Gift MR. R. SHELTON HONORED [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929

Wedding Gift MR. R. SHELTON HONORED Prior to hfe marriage to Miss Gladys Schlinkei; Mr. R. Shelton was presented with an handsome cose of stainless cutlery by the Surfers' Paradise Ute^saving Club. The presentation, which was a sur- ? prise, took place at Hr. She) ton's re sidence on Friday night. In makinjj the presentation, mem bers spoke of the popularity of Mr. Shelton with club members and his self-sacrifices In placing his services at the disposal of the club, together with the use of Ms car. Mr. .Shelton, who Is Instructor to the club, feelingly responded.

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