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Wedding MARGGRAF—HICKS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929
Wedding MARGGRAF— HIOKS A' quiet wedding was celebrated in the Lutheran Church, Wiskhamter race, Brfcbane, on Wednesday, after noon, when Mr. Walter Carl Herman Mrinagraf (only son of Mr. and Mra H. Marggraf, Nerangntreet, Soutb pott), was married to Miss Fanny Hicks (youngest daughter of &&?. and Mrs; W. Hicks, BenoWa). Rev. Rudolph Mom officiated at the cere* mony. The honeymoon will fie spent touring the Northern Riven.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929
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Culled Verse THE MOARL WARFARE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929
Culled Verse THE MOARL'WARFARE When Freedom on her natal day. Within her war-rocked cradle Icy, An iron race around her. stood. Baptised her infant brow in blood ; And through the storm which round her swept. Their constant ward and watcning kept. Then, where our quiet bends repose. The roar of baleful battle rose, The brtehrcn of a common tongue To mortal strife 83 tigers spruug-. And every sift on Freedom's shrine Was man for beast and blood for wine! — John Greenleaf Whittier.
Personal [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929
Personal Mefiis. b. and E. Hol&woith, Ni-ilh Queei!&!ard, are the guests of their sister, Mrs. A. L. Siirengcr. Mr. G. Morton, who had charge --f the loc.il State school for abct-i five tears, has been temoved to a ichjil in the Tainted distinct. Mr. and Mrs. L. Ysun and child, Numtnbah. were the guests of Mrs. Yaun'3 father, Mr. G. Rankin, naiing ibe week-end. Miss If. Yaun. Mr. and Mrs. P. Yaun, Numinbah. and Mr. T, Sharp, Beech mont, were Igucsts of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Gillespie for the week-end. Mrs E. Robinson. N5.WM Is spend ing an extended holiday with he).- son, Mr. G. Rankin.
DREAMS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929
DREAMS Keep thou thy dreams— though joy bhould pass thee by; Hold to the rainbow beauty of thy thought ; It ks for dreams that men will oftimes die And count the passing pain of death as naueht. Keep thou thy dreams though faith should fiant and fall. And time should loose thy fingers from the creeds. The vision of the Christ will still avail To lead thet on to truth and tender deeds. Keep thoa thy dreams through all the winter's cold. When deeds are withered, and the - garden gray. Dream thou that roses, with their hearts of gold. Beckon to summers that are on their way. Keep thou thy dreams — the tissue of all wings Is woven first of them; from dreams are made The precious and imperishable things Whose loveliness lives, on, and does not fade. Keep thoa thy dreams, intangible and dear. As the blue ether of the utmost sky— A dream may lift thy spirits past all fear, And with the sreat may set thy feet on high. — Verna Sheard.
Weather and Feed [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929
Weather and Feed During the post week stoimy con ditions have prevailed and occasional heavy showers have been experienced. Warm weather has been prevalent and, consequently, there fcs good giass in nracticallv all LAildocks. ? Cream supplies are on the inciease and Mr. J. Brrington has found it necessary to employ an extra waggon to cope with the loading for cne of the three trips made weekly.
A PRAYER [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929
A PRAYER Master of sweet and loving loic. Give us the open mind To know religion means no mere, No less, than being kind. Give os the comprehensive sight That sees another's need ; And let our aim to Bet things -i\ght Prove God inspired our creed. Give us the soul to know cur kin That dwell in flock and herd, The voice vo fight man's shameful sin Against the beast and bird. . Give us a heart wit}i love so fraught For all created things That even our unspoken thought Bears healing on its wings. Give us religion that will cope With life's colossal woes'. And turn a radiant face of hope On troops of pigmy foes. Give us mastery of our fate ' In thoughts so warm and vhite They stomp upon the brows of hate Love's glorious seal of light. Give us the strong, courageous faith That makes of pain a friend. And calls the secret' word of death 'Beginning,' and not ?'end.' —Ella Wheeler WScox.
Tennis [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929
Tennis The annual meeting of the Purling brook Club was held recently, a fair number of members attending. Mr. P. V. Ranktn has been elected president and Mr. K. W, Wlntle hon. secrtary. Mr. P. VI Rankin is tne captain. Owing to the busy time prevailing in the dairying industry, no pro gramme of club matches has yet been commenced for the season. The following singles matches on the club ladder have been played and resulted : — For top position, P. V. Rankin (holder) beat K. W. Wintle. 31-18. E. K. Newman beat A. Watt, 31-24. J. Wlntle beat A, Watt, 31-27. In the ladies' section no challenge matches have been played for a con siderable time. Mrs. L. Yaun if bold ine top position, closely followed by Misc-es E. Rankin and R. Jordan.
Mountain Tourists [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929
Mountain Tourists That Spring brook is becoming and more popular as a holiday and health resort was plainly evidenced by the Large number of tourists who visited the mountain during the Christmas vacation. The weather remained perfect, and besides the local gutst house, being overtaxed, large numbers of motor ists came to peep at the wonderful sceneiy, waterfalls, and look-outs, etc Access to thete wonders of nature, has only Irecently been made availabe to touring motorists, by. way of much improved read facilities! Doubtless, as the beauties of the mountain scen ery are more widely known, as years go by, the numbers to take advantage i;f it will continue to Increase.
Whirlwind Oratory GUSTS IN COUNCIL CHAMBERS GANGER A WORD SPINNER [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929
Whirlwind Oratory GUSTS IN COUNCIL CHAMBERS GANGER A WORD SPINNER Talk! Speed! ? Mile-a-Alinute-Madigan was not In it with this recond smasher. You cculd almost call it whirlwind oratdrj- if its rushing pathway was not so beset with pot holes and stones that pave oat warning wheezes as they sparkled and flew. The spectators were at first startle*!, then became interested, but finally sat back in contented adrrtra tion, atmost hoping for mare of it when it threatened to subside. All good things roust come to an end, and the end of the torrential flow of oratory and disputation came to an end with a sharp exhaust. The Mayor was responsible for its quick ending; bat it had a charmed life, a mfl.Ty one while it lasted. It all happened in the Council Chambers (or is it Town Hall') on Tuesday. Overseer. Horder was the fountain of flowing verbiage. He had been taken there to confer with the council. The subject was the Birfgera Creek bridge, but it subse qountly turned to tractors and such...
Rowallan Sold VALUABLE CORNER CHANCES HANDS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929
Rowallan Sold VALUABLE CORNER CHANGES HANDS Rowallan, the valuable property at the corner of Nerans-street and the Esplanade, has passed into new hands, Mr. W. H. BlacK having sold to Mr. Pevey BftiJ. at. a price which Is not disclosed. Tha sale, which is an important one, was effected through the agency sof Mr. A. R. Angrews. It is not improbable that with the new development which will follow the Brisbane road deviation, portion of this property will become the cen tre of business activity.
Advertising Southport COUNCIL MAKES A CONTRACT [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929
Advertising Southport COUNCIL MAKES A CONTRACT Mr. AlUnan. representing -a NS.W. firm, asked Southport Council on Tuesday -o take a £1G pajre advertise ment in their Commonwealth Motorist and Tourist Book, one of which was placed in every hotel in Australia, and conies sold throuch the news nfcents at 2/ each. The one pige ad vertisement would carry tHrec pages of write-up and views. With private advertsements, nine pages would bo given to Southncrt, apart from ari vdrtisements. The Council accepted, anH the rep, was asked to confer with Aid. Shepherd and the 'Bulletin' editor. .-
Ladies to Play Bowls SOUTHPORT BOWLING CLUB DECISION BUSINESS AT MONTHLY MEETING [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929
Ladies to Play Bowls SOUTHPORT BOWLING CLUB DECISION BUSINESS AT MONTHLY MEETING An important motion, one to admit ladies, was carried at the meeting of the committee of the Southport Bowling Club last night, at which ttere was a record attendance of 17 committeeraen, the president (Mr. R. a Carey) p:esiding. T-w- logins' mmmittM of the dob hare, for some time, been considering the question of forronig a Ladies' Bowling Cluht and at last night's meeting a letter was read from Mrs. A. Beitwistle (hon. secretary of the ladies' committee) asking the club's petnnsiaion to form a ladies' bowling club; also desiring he use of the green on Thursday afternoons. The request was granted, on the motion of MA A. Ledbury, seconded by Mr. E .Pohlman, there being only two dis sentients. The recretairy was Instructed to write to the secretary of the War wick Bowling Club, and ascertain the conditions on which the ladles' club play there. The term of the three selectors bavin* expired, a Ballot was ...
Netting in Bay PETITION FOR REGULATION [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929
Netting in Bay PETITION FOR' REGULATION Arising out of a discussion at test meeting of the Southport Chamber of Commerce and an interview with the Hon. J. G. Appel, a petition is being prepared for presentation to the Treasurer, requesting that net fishing fe totallv Drohibited within a cdrtain area. Thfe Is defined ss 'south of a line running east from the Grand Hotel, to the shelter shed on Strad broke island* indduing the cut* main beach, and extending to the Nerang River and its tributaries.' The petition adds that the signa tories are strongly of opinion that immediate action is necessary to pro tect the diminishing supplies of fish in these waters, sod thus conserve the industry, to the mutual advant age of amateur and professional fWhermen. It to pleasing, to note that the petition takes into consideration the undoubted cUnfe which those who are making thefc livelihood bv * W-ing ave to be considered. Ibis greatly strengthens the petition.