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ANOTHER [?]lb. COW. FORTY-FIRST FRIESIAN [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929

ANOTHER 8061b. COW. FORTY-FIRST FRIESIAN The pedigree Friesian cow, Regina Posch of the South, has just com pleted a (record under semi-official test of 21,490.71bs. milk and 824.661b. butter-fat, starting on test at the age of 6 years 263 days, and Is the 41st New Zealand Fiiesian cow to ex ceed 8001b. fat in one season. Regina Posch' cf the South was tested by Messrs. H. North and Sons In their 'Rosevale1' stwJ. where she was 'reared since she was five months eld, at which ace Messrs. North and Sens purchased her from her bieeder, Jfc. C. E. Robinson. Regina Pcw-ch of the South see-sawed considerably in her monthly returns, rising from 8TIb. fat in her fist full month to 00.50 5b .In her second, then dropping to E91b. fat in her sixth month, then un to G61b. fat in her ninth and tenth months.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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FOOD ENERGY HOW IT IS DISTRIBUTED [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929

FOOD ENERGY HOW IT IS DISTRIBUTED For several years the Institute of Animal Nutrition of Pennsylvania State Collqge has been working on projects to determine the utilisation of food energy. Extensive testa have already shown (writes Dr. G. H. Conn, the American authority) that with dairy cattle the rate of utilisation of the energy of the feed for body main tenance is 1, the rate for producing milk or for lactation is 0.981, and the rate utilised for body Increase 0.761; the latter means for (growth of the animal until maturity as well as the growth of the foetus or unborn young of pnjgnant cows. These figures mean that of the energy of the feed that the cow consumes she utilises 36.4 per cent, or maintaining her owe body, 35.8 per cent, for the making of mlk, andi 27.7 par cent, for the growth of her own body and the growth of the unborn calf. From this it is evident that cows must be amply fed or the}' cannot produce satisfac torily or profitably. This probably explains why imirat...

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DO MORE THAN POLITICIANS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929

DO MORE THAN POLITICIANS And he gave it for hit opinion, thst whoever could irtke two blades of grass to grow upon a spot of ground where only one grew before, wcnld deierve bet ter of mankind and do mare ti scntlal service to hl» country, than -hs whofe race of politicians put together. — Swift.

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Terse Talk [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929

Terse Talk Fools rush in where angels fear to tread. — Pope. Let thy attyre be comely, bat not costly.— Lily. Proverbs are potted wisdom.— Charles Buxton. Let not the sun go down upon your wrath.— Bible. ? ? ? ? Angling is an innocent cruelty.— Georga Parker. The anticipation of evil courts evil. — Alme. Deloir ? ? ? '? The great men of antiquity were poof. — iiacordaire. No sensible person ever made an . npol^ry. — Branson. Good chwtr is no hindrance to a good life. — Arlstippus, ? ? ? ? We take less pains to be happy than to qppear so.— Rochefoucauld. Collect as pearls the words of the. wise and virtuous. — Abd-ei-Kader. ? ? ? ? Anxiety never yet successfully bridged or* any chasm. — Ruffini. ? ? ? ? By appreciation we mate excellence in others our own Iproperty. — Vol- taire. ? ? ? ? The architect mast not only under stand drawing, but music. — Vftru- viu& ? ? ? ? A slownes to applaud betr&ys a cold temper or an envious spirit.— Hannah More. a ? ? ? Animals are su...

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

FIREWOOD Supplied fa any quantity. Cat to toy Length. W. CHIRM, ?Phone M. Frankitrcct A. LEDBURY, BUILDER ft CONTRACTOR, Plans prepared and Estimates Given for All Classes of Woifk REPAIRS A SPECIALTY LENNEBERG-ST., SOOTHPORT. ?PHONE 202. H. J. F. Lougheed, (Late HOLDEN BROS.). HOUSE & COACH PAINTER, SIGNWRITERS, CAR ENAMELLERS. -Plmw21S. Agents for RIPOLIN ENAMEL. SCARSOROUGH-ST., SOUTHPORT. BDRLEIGH PLUMBING WORKS E. H.C.MEYERS, PLUMBER AND GALVANISED IRON WORKER, JAMES-ST., BURLEIfiH HEADS. THONE 33. . Contract prices for an Classes of Roofing and Tank Making, Store*, Plunge and Shower Baths, Water* Heaters, Etc Windmills Supplied and Erected. FIRST CLASS WORKMANSHIP' GUARANTEED A TRIAL SOLICITED LOOK! If you think we are trying to do a good thing by keeping down the , price of General Drapery, Grocery, and Hardware we would be pleased if you would call and give us a trial. In our Grocery department you can obtain Cash and Carry prices — prompt cash with order Orders call...

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Benefit Effort EVENING AT LABRADOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929

Benefit Effort EVENING AT* LABRADOR For the pur-pose of tsending V vou4; resident of Soulhport to Bris bane for hospital treatment, the ladles' committee of the Labrador Progress Association organised a suc cessful benefit at IEH Tnp. the home of Mr. »nd MrBL H. Freeman. Messrs. \V. M'Leao-. W. Piglkh, and A. Duv provHed reusic on ' the steel guitar. Mrs. J. Nicoil assisted in the binefit. Few people know that Britain pro duces 25 per cent, of the world's armaments.— Lord Cecil. Why should people not borrow copies of great pictures from lending libraries?— Sir Michael Sadler.

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Ambulance Social EFFORT AT MUDGEERABA [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929

Ambulance Social EFFORT AT MUDGEERABA Success attended the annual benefit of the District Ambulance Brigade; in the Mudgeeraba Memorial Hall on Friday nfrht. Musical and vocal items added to the enjoyment of those present. These were contri buted by M*. P. Raby. Mrs. R. Heaiy. Mtesea M. Milne. G. Simpson, t&f. Gsvm, Andrews. G. Dundn, and K. Kennedy and Mr. E. WalnWlSght. Mr. P. Raby, superintendent of the District Ambulance, thanked the con tributors. ' Dancing followed under the super vision of Mr. J. CagnaccL Monte Carlo waltzes were won by Mr. C. a Simpson and Misa K. Ken nedy: Mr. pTHl Grant and Miss a Duncan; white a competition was won by Miss Peek.

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

C. A. BELL^f RACECOURSE. ROAD. SOUTHPORT. 'a BUILDER & CONTRACTOR. A SHOP AND OFFICE FITTER. -J SHOW CASE SPECIALIST. ? -^j f -J Alteration and Repair*. ' f \ ESTIMATES GIVEN. #f -? Agent far SEA INSURANCE Ca % THOME 3S2. ?' ' ? To make it Reallv Beautiful, Shingling must. wm^mmm^^mmmmm^m^m^ BE DONE BY HHH^^H| Experienced Operators ^n^^^^^^^^^^^^HI Mo one nowadays denies the ?^^??????????????????????????i nealthfolneag and convenience of the IjS^^^^^^^^^^^^^Bl Shingle. Bat no girl or lady withes ; H^HP^^^^^^^^^^^M to sacrifice her hair without the as- - IQHr&JHb^^L^^^^^^^^HI sarance that her appearance shall at I ^^K^^HI^^^^^^^^^H] least lose nothing by the change. Re- I SDJBfl^^^^^^^^^^^M cent Patrons of oar Ladles' Saloon -J Hw^q^^^^^^H have proved oar assertion that onrj I _,„ ^r ^KrjT-iSS^^^^^^^^^K experienced operators can give satis* I ,yxSKj jffiHtg^^^^^HHI factory results, and we offer yon thatiSgflBM anBgJ^^^^^^^H qualified HALE Sendee witMaHR ISb^BIubbbbbbb...

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The Bunyip DOES SUCH EXIST? MR. J. D. STEELE TELLS A STORY [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929

The Bunyip I DOES SUCH EXIST? MR. J. D. STEELE TELLS A STORY Does such exist? This question was asked by 'The South Coast Bul letin' las week. The replv to this is— Many, accord ing to an authenticated story told to Mr. J. D. Steele by the late Sir Augustus Charles Gregory. K.C3t.Gn explorer of West Australia in the middle fifties of last century. SP Charles was at one time Surveyor General of Queensland, and over 42 yeais District Grartd Master for Queensland of English Freemasons. Mr. Steele writes : Travelling with Mr, (as he then was) A. C. Gregory Dome 40 years ago, I asked him whether he had ever seen the Bunyip. No! he replied Mast emi.halcaily ; and there b only one authenticated Btory in connection with it, and if you are piepared to lulen I'll tell it MR. J. R STEELE, who relates the Bunyip Story. to you. On being told that I was prepired to listen, Mr. Gregory re iated the following »tory :— , A party of ladies and gentlemen (I was in the latter, he added) decided to have...

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JERSEY BUTTER-FAT RECORD WORLD'S BEST, 1070lb. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929

JERSEY BUTTER-FAT RECORD WORLD'S BEST, 10701b.. By producing 1070.481b. of butter fat, equivalent to 12fi01b. of buttd.\ in 278 day*, the Jersey cow, Jersey Sur prise, owned by Mr . H. S. Mountain, Qroolbrldge Place, Kent, has estab lished a world's Jersey butter-fat re cord in the 305 days' test. Calvlnp- on Noverrber 25. 1927. she vfolrfoil in Uipbtlv nvpr O months 13,66(71b. of milk, with an average butter-fat r«rcentese of 7.83. De spite the fact that she was in calf fl?ain by the middle of February, ard calvtd again on Noverrber 22, 1028, she n-llked steadily, averaging almost five cations dally over the whole period, and it was only with diffi culty that she was dried off In ordsr to give h-tr- some rest before calving flsain. Her highest yield was tinder t-ix cil!ons in the day, and her high est butteii-fat test was 12 per cent. She Is stni a younjr cow, having been bur. on May 27, 1922.

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BACON PIG TYPE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929

BACON PIG TYPE As to individuality, a bacon pig should carry a balance of body, says a Canadian authority. 'He should have ? length, trlmness, smoothness and quality, and should show a reasonable amount of arch of back. He should have a clean-cut head, with good width between the eyes and at the noil Th« imvl shouLl li» finn and trim. Hrs neck should be of medium length and muscular. The shoulder should be neatly set into the body with the shoulder blades well flfled between with muscle. A bacon hog should have a suffici ent depth of body along with width of chest floor to ensure a strong con stitution. Without that strength we cannot expect best feeding results. His side should be of good length and . flat; with the rib coming out from the backbone sufficiently far to give him width enough to allow for in ternal organs to develop and function properly. The loin should be deep and strong, and as wide as the rest of the badk, and his rump should gradually slope to the tail head, bein...

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Public Opinion Kingston Factory [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929

.»;t:;;;;:i:KK;:t!;r;:K::;:i:::u;in«««u; ^.PiiVlic' Opinion Kingston Factory ? Mrt -S. F. Walker, 'Haztlnood,' Coomera. writes: — . ? Sir,— Might I. again intrude with a suj&esttoh to the directory of the ^Kingston factory. This is that they 'Tnrwjrd to every supplier of the fac ' torT 12 fonns each year, to be filled in and forwarded every nwnth to the factory, jrfvine the number of cows milked during the month, desenpt-on. -pasture, and»**a of land, breed of ; cattle, etc; and such other iiiforma i- jUpn ihat may be required. In return iMbr this the company could compile a ..little journal containing all the above Information. The suppliers name need not- be divulgtH. btmp repre sented only as a number. Each dalry ' ' man, on receipt of his monthly jou-'- ; nal, could nacortain how his herd was romparirfa with those of Hs brother ' oaVyman, for this journal would eive .«ay. Na 1 dairy. 20 cows; acres of ''?tiaH, -C; pasture artificial {trass; land, scrub; U«*M of cattle. J...

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

J. N. Skelton BUTCHER QUEEN AND SCARBOROUGH STREETS ? SOUTHPORT Orders called for Daily and FKompt Delivery to Town Residents. Three Deliveries each week to Bonowa and BundalL ' ? For 1001b. or 501b. lots CORNED BEEP CANNOT BE EXOELLED COUNTRY CUSTOMERS A SPECIALTY. W. J. Kirkpatrick, Family and Carcass Butcher Scarborough Street (North), Soutbport PRMEST BEEF ONLY FROM THE NORTHSIDE BUTCHERY. CUSTOMERS WATTED ON DAILY. ?PHONE, SOUTHPORT ?«. I If you want the best, combined j ? with civility and attention, try J . I COLVIN I I THE NEW BUTCHER I NERANG STREET, SOUTHPORT I j 'PHONE 142 | Mr. C. G. Frew, LJ-.Q- SURGEON DENTIST, COUNTRY PRESS CHAMBERS EDWARD-ST., BRISBANE. M. W. LOVE, FUEL MERCHANT, NERANG ROAD, SOUTHPORT. ? THONE 407. ? S. B. WARD, H.QXS, . AUTHORISED SURVEYOR, (Late AXF.), Nerang Street, Soathport. , -Phoiie 205. . Bex 9. R. McCOWAN. SOLICITOR, 334 QUEEN-STREET, BRISBANE New Zealand Insurance Chambers Also Nambour and Beaudesert. Will visit Southport EVERY FRIDAY. And...

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Beautifying Burleigh WHAT A SPECIAL RATE WOULD BE AND WHO WOULD PAY [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929

Beautifying Burleigh WHAT A SPECIAL RATE WOULD BE AND WHO WOULD PAY Mr. Arthah L_ Lane, Clerk cf the Nerang Shire Council, writes; — 'In your issue of last Situmlay. 9th Instant, an article appeared re ferring to a pfropasal made by Cr. Plack to borrow the turn of E5000 for imrrovements to Brrteigh Heads. It was nrentloned that the rate would be lHd. In the £. but It did not * tate that this would -resn over the whole cf the coasts' and West Burleigh arc*.'. . 'If the benefited area for ths loan was defined as the whole of the coastal area, then the rate would be l'.sd. in the £. but If the benefited area was defined as the town of Bur l''-h. within, say, a mile irdius. then the late wxnild amount to 2*Jd. in the £ on the proposed amended valua tion for 1929.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 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 Allsa Craig Marine Engines; Johnston Out board Motors. Address:— Brighton Parade, Southport. 'PHONE, 274. J. D. ANDREWS, ? Auctioneer and ComnuJon Agent, TALLEBUDGERA. Sates held Jn any part of the District. FARMS FOR SALE Write for list to— J. D. ANDREWS. WHEN YOU WANT— JEWELLERY or GIFT GOODS It's not bargains you are after bat GOOD VALUE from an honest trader You get that when , you Buy from V. R. Birkbeck The Man Whose Reputation stands behind his sales, Neraiig Street, Southport ?Phone 117. ' P.O. Box 15. Whittle Bfos.1 [ (Late A.I.F.) THE RELIABLE GROCERS Esplanade Store, Southport We THANK Customers for their valued patronage during the past year, which to us has been one of ptfogress. We trust that we have merited their pood-witl, and will aim to give them even better service in the future. In thanking...

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Things Worth Knowing [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929

Things Worth Knowing Catechu Wine.— Tincture of caie l . chu 1 part, jed wine 12% parts ; mix *? and after a few days filter. ' . « ? ? ? *£» GowJuid't Lotion. — Bichloride nie* Tcury 1% grains; emulsion bitter al monds 1 ounce. (Poison— keep out of (reach of children). . ? ? ? ? Cascarftla Estence.— Cascarilla 12 Ozs., proof spirits I pint; proceed ,the product % 8 times the strength -»of the infusion of cascarilla. % ? ? ? Grape Syrup. — Brandy % pint, spirits of lemon % ounce, tfruture of red sanderst 2 ounces, simple syrup 1 „ Ballon. * ? ? ? ? Cider Without Apples.— To 1 gallon . cold water edd dark brown su?ar 1 ' pound, tartaric add Vi ounce, yeast S tabtespoonsful. Shake well to ' getber. ?. ? ? ? ? Pearl Water for the Completion.— . Castile soap 1 pound, water 1 (gallon; ? dissolve them; add alcohol 1 quart, oil of rosemary and oil of lnvenda.% ? of each 2 drains; mix well. ? m « ? Artificial Maple Syrup.— Dark C siijga- (dries!} 2' pounds, water 1-3 pint, butter 2 ounces, ...

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Two Summonses COUNCIL AND CONTRACTOR'S LIABILITIES [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929

Two Summonses COUNCIL AND CONTRACTOR'S LIABILITIES Frtly applications for wages and two summonses were placed on the table at the Southport Council on Tuesday. These represented claims for \\ifc-&, rsaid to be due and unpaid bv the contractor in connection with Bice's cancelled road contract. The Mayor said they could not pay without some direction. The men worked for the contractor and pot for the Council. Aid. Beetle pointed out that one Bunvnons was from a man wh-- was stated not to have been in the employ of the contractor, but his guarantors; or some such people. It was decided to refer the matter to theU ?solicitor, Mr. M*Cowan4 for action in accordance with the legal position.

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New Bathing Site NEED FOR INCREASED FACILITIES [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929

New Bathing Site NEED rWlNCREASED FACILITIES It U the intention of members of - Ka 2 Ward to increase the bathing facilities at the swimminfe pool near. Eoultonis boatsbeds, which latelT has become so papular. In telling the Council of thefc. in tenton to Submit a report to the next meeting of th« Council, Aid. Shepherd polnteft out the yrowfng popularity of the place and the increasing neces sity for improvements. '

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

RESUMING Business February 11th. Dressmaking, Dresses Cat, Tacked. 1 Private Leisona 'Phone 152. - Misses O'Sullivan, Whitest, South pert. ? ^^^^^^ FOR SALE OR TO LET Unfurnished House in Neraafc-street . next to Panitx's Baker's Shop. Apply J. R. BROWN, BCONAH- ? L- -WANTED KNOWN.— P. Ferguson, Dry Cleaner, Dyer, Piwsser. C/ Vance'a Store, near Station, Soutb port.- Hats blockea 3/6, trimmed 6/6. ? ? - FARMING POSITION WANTED, shares ok* wngss* by experienced English farmer; good milker, know leqjje all general fanning. Wife accustomed domestic duties, or len.ni milking if required. 3 chil dren. Excellent references. Apply Box 1, C/- 'Bulletin,' Southpoxt. I 'notice The MISSES QUALISCHEFSKI wish to i-nnounce that they have dis posed of their Cafe buslno-* to MRS. B. HOLLINDALE of Cudgen. and wish to thank the people of Southport and general public for their kind patron ize extended to them durlhe their 12 months stay in Southport, and that they wlil extend the same kind sup port to...

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Cars Collide STREET CORNER ACCIDENT YOUTH THROUGH WINDSCREEN [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929

Cars Collide STREET CORNER ACCIDENT YOUTH THROUGH WINDSCREEN When two cars collided at the in tertion of Welsh-street and the Esplanade yesterday, the occupants of one car treceived severe cuts, abrasions, and shock. A car driven by Mrs. W. Rootes, of Meron-6treet, was turning Jrom -Welch-street into the Esplanade when it was struck side on by another car, driven by Miss Phyllis H. Morrow, Graham-road, Indooroopilly, which vns proceeding alone the Esplanade in a north\y direction. The farce of the impact hurled John Rootes, an occupant of the first car. through th% windscreen, which inflicted a largo Incised wound on his fdnehead. Mrs. Bootes suffered from bruises and bhock. Joan Rootes (7) and Mis. B. Radcliff, who weie also in the car escaped lightiy. The nsnair.ing occupants of the other car were : Miss Joyce Edna Morrow; sister of the driver, and Miss Meta Hooper, Hume-street, Toowooro ba. All escaped unhurt. Both cars were considerably dam afeed. The right modgudrd of the car d...

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