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

RIDDLES L Which boy has four hands? 2. What is that which tarns with out moving? 3. How do the bees dispose ot their honey; J tXTUa*- ilnn wtn* n ml 1 — ? ««#tAn look for, but never wishes to find? 5. Which is the fastest train in the world? 6. What is the difference between a typewriter and a cook? 7. Which fruit most resembles an Inquisitive) person? 8. What bird is the most difficult to catch? 9. Tell me the difference between a sheep-farmer and ? clergyman. 10. What kind of window re sembles k ?star ? 11. When is a baker a verT foolish man? 12. What insect does a blacksmith make ? '« Answeqt next week.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Church Services. ST. PETER'S, SOUTHPORT. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929

Church Services.** ST. PETER'S. SOUTHPOBX 7.30 am. Holy Communion (every Sunday). 10 aA, Holy Communion (Sung), 1st, 3ra. and 5th Sundays; Mattins. 2nd and 4th Sundays. 7.30 pm, Evensontt (Every Sunday) NERANG.— 2nd Sunday in month, 8 * tn _ Holy Communion ; 4th Sunday in month, 3 pan. Evensong. UPPER COOMERA— 2nd Sunday in month: 11 am. Holy Oommnnion Feh, April, June, Autf, Oct. arid Dec.) ; 2 pjn. Evensong (Jan, Mar, May. July. Sept. and Nov.). QXENF0RBv-2nd Sunday in month : 11 am. Holy Communion (Jan. March. May, July, Sept, Nov.); 2 pan, Bresson* (M, Ajiil, June, Anc. Oct. sad Dee.). ^^ BEV. V. R WHTTEHODSR

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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PRESBYTERIAN SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929

PRESBYTERIAN SERVICES. Nerang— 11 a-ra. Benowa— * tun. Scuthport— 7.30 pjn. Sunday School— 230 pm Minister: Rev. p. MUNRO.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929

ROMAN CATHOLIC CBOBCE. Sootbport.— Mass: Every Sunday, at 7 am; 10 anx. on Second Sunday of every month, and on 4th Sunday when 5 Sundays In the month. EvBBlnc Devotions : Every Sunday at 7.30, except the last Sunday. Burlelgh Heads— 10 ajn, on 1st Sunday in th* month. Nerang.— Mass: Every 3rd Sundey at lOa-m, Upper Coomera,— Mass: Iwy last Sunday at 1030 am, and Evening Devotions at 7.30 pjn,

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Church Services. ST. PETER'S SOUTHPORT. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

Church Services. ST. PETER'S. SOUTHPORT 7.30 ua, Holy Communion (every Sunday). 10 un. Holy Communion (Sung), 1st. 3rd, and 6th Sundays; Mattins, 2nd and 4th Sundays. 7.30 jura, Evensoi^ (Every Sunday) NERANG. — 2nd Sunday tn month, 8 am, Holy Communion ; 4th Sunaay in month, 3 pA, Evensong. UPPER COOMERA. — 2nd Sunday in month: 11 affl, Holy Oommunlon Feb. April, June, Aug, Oct. add Dee.) ; 2 pA, Evensong (Jan, Mar., May, July. Sept. and Nov.). OXENFORD. — 2nd Sunday In month: ? 11 aA. Holy Communion (Jan* March. May, July, Sept, Nov.) ; 2 pan, Evensone (Feb, April, June. Aa&, Oct, and Dee.). ? ? HEV. V. a WHITEHOUSR

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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BOMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

SOMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. Southport.— Haas: Every 'Sunday, at 7 aA; 10 am on Second Sunday of every month, aad on 4th Sunday when 6 Sundays In the month. Evening Devotions : Every Sunday at 7.30, except tbe last Sunday. Burleigh Heads — 10 u, on 1st Sunday hi tha month. Nerang.— Mara ; Ewry 3rd Sunday st 10 aA Upper Coomera,— Mass : Ertry last Sunday at 10.30 sun, and Evening Devotions at 7 M PA

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HEALTH TABLOIDS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

HEALTH TABLOIDS. Has tbe cow that supplies your . m ilk been tuberculin tested? Milk from tuberculous rows U a 'menace to Elbowing children. Charity begins at home — so does cleanliness. Drirfk rr.qre pure water, especially half-an-hour before meals.

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A HEALTH NURSERY RHYME [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

-A HEALTH NURSERY RHYME How many days has mv child to play?, Saturday, Sunday, Monday. Cut of doors In the air each day. Tu' -r ay. Wednesday, Thu'sday, Friday,

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Copious Rains [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

Gtfiwi Ralas' Copious rains have fallen during the week, which will greatv benefit this district. For the week ending the 18th insU at 9 ua, 781 point* were [recorded at Myrtle I^lBe. The weather seems to be clearing up.

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[?] Wire Tear [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

BstW Win Tssr Vince (yReiny (16), eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J««. O'Reilly. ten sewne bub wire Into his foot and a large incised wound, He vne taken to Southport for treatment and de tained. '

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Too Nearly Severed [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

Tia Nearly Severed Whilst Frank Mathewsot) (17 years) mi chopping of Us parent*, he had the to almost sever the Wpof on the itet foot Tfcepatlent was taken to Beenlelgh, where it ww found necessary to insert four stitches, after which .he was allowed to return hoc*.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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District Doings Coomera News Essay Dress Ball [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

Iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiini linn ii '' I District Doings ? ? ? Coomera News ta» Dims Ball At a meeting of the social «««»'; tee of tbe Catholic Ctareb, Upper Coomera, held on the wu decided to hold a f«fy drr?^r. in the School of Arts, Upper Coo'* er* Id aid of the Catholic CJairch.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

Best Because Purest . KRETSCHMAR— made Drinks are famed for their flavor Try our 'SMILO' The New Orange Drink Once Tastod Always Asked For. — OCR — BREWED GINGER BEER Is a Popular Favorite — While Our — HOP BEER has a Dinner-ale kic k about it. Everybody likes it. ALL OTHER LINES EQUALLY GOOD. J. A. KRETSCHMAR, SOUTHPORT CORDIAL AND AERATED WATER WORKS. THONE SO. CASH & CARRY H. V. FOSTER SCARBOROUGH-STREET Still at the TOP (of the Hill) and tbe dOTTOO^ (of the prices) ? JUST CONSIDER A FEW OP THESE:— ABRAIZO 8d. ACIDS — Boracic, 1 J; Tartaric. 2/; Citric, S/. AMMONIA — Household, 6d. ; Scrubb*s, 1/6l Asparagus, lOHoz^ 1/4; lib. 1/5; 211k 2/6. Bacon Rasher* 1/4, Piece 1/3, Fore Hock lid. Baking Powder, Aunt Mary's %lb, 1/2%; lb^ 2/X Barley, Pearl 3d. Ib; Patent, 1/5. ? Biscuits, Soa, 5%d.; Arrowroot, Rice, Tea Cakes, ettt., (d. packet.. ; Bisto 1/1 and 1/11 Blue, Rickett's Round, lOH^S Bag; 1/3 dos. Bon Ami, Cakes 8-L, Tins, 1/. Bovril. los. 1/1; 2ot, 2/. . BREAKFAST FOODS— ...

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Surf Life-Savers CLUB ROOM NEEDS COUNCIL TO BE APPROACHED [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

Surf Life-Savers ' CLUB ROOM NEEDS' COUNCIL TO BE APPROACHED The growth of the Southport Life saving Club has been so marked that the accommodation provided by the dab room on the beach Is now alto gether inadequate The congestion that taikes (place tbare on occasions when thre is a full muster of mem bers makes for inconvnience and dis comfort, To end this the club waited upon tbe Council some time ago to see If Ectnethtng could be done to provide a larger bluktuft one in keeping with present requirements and future needs. Mambeis of the council who conferrd with the life-saver* were in entire sympathy, but asked that the matter should be allowed to stand over until the new year. At a meeting o- the' club on Tuns day night, it was decided to again get into touch with the council com mittee with a view of having a re building schema formulated aad gone ? on with. ? ? - . - At the same meeting it was decided to aak the Council to have the reel pointed and other equipment seen to.

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Ambulance Benefit SUCCESSFUL TALLEBUDGERA FUNCTION [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

Ambulance Benefit SUCCESSFUL TALLEBUDGERA FUNCTION Theire was a large attendance at the annual Ambulance Brigade bene fit euchre and dance evening, held at Tallebudgera on Friday eight last, the nett proceeds totalling £20/15/3 — a very satgfactciy amount indeed, and highly creditable to Mrs. Fo6ter and the other ladies and gentlemen, who assisted her. in brii\ging 'jii who assisted her In arranging and successfully carrying out the pleasant function. Son& were rendered by Mr. Gaven, a recitation by Miss Dunbar. The lady's euchre tJrize was won by Mrs. Simpson, and the gent.'a prize by Mr. W Kurth. The Monte Carlo waltz was won by Hr. and Mrs. M'Donald, and other novelties by Miss L. Arjdrews, Mr. D Dwjer, and Mr. L. Gray, The dance music was supplied by Mrs. Bones (Currumbir.) and Mi. and Mrs. Hickey (Jandowae), the ladies' committee providing lefresh ments. Mr. P. Raby (superintend ent of the Southport Ambulance Cen tre) thanked all those who had as sisted In making the be...

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Sunny Southport SEEN ON THE SCREEN FINE SET OF PICTURES [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

Sunny Southport SEEN ON THE SCREEN FINE SET OF HICTURES Sunny Socthtport, with its myriad of charms and attraction for visitors, has been brought to the sdriBen. 'Sonny Southport/'. which is the tltfe of the film, does full justice to the Queen of Watering Places, and everything of interest baa been in cluded. The photograpby, which is of a Ugh staridand, emphasises tbe beauty of sea and bmdscope. Every bluldufe of note has been taken in, and, although seme of tbe schools shown in too much detail, great dis crimination has been usetd. Through the courtesy of Mr. HcU. of the Pier Pavilion, a private screen *ing was shown co Sunday nifcht in the presence of the Mayor (Aid J. H. Grice), and Mrs. Grice; the president of the Chamber of Commerce (Mr. H. Biggs) and His Btegs, and lepre sentativesof the Press. Ur. Borne, of Brisbane, who was responsible for the portography. was also plresent.' It ym IwHl' a trii khowng to see what might be cut, and what would need ' fresh treatment. It Is e...

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Southern Fruit Markets [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

Southern Fruit Markets The Committee of Direction 'of F rutt ^Marketing; market reports: — MELBOURNE, by wire, FefaC 19. — Bananas, fom at last Friday's prices which were; Special 23/ to 26/, choice 18/ to 22/, standard 12/ to 16/; pineapples, smooth 9/ to 11/; occa sional to 12; passions, 6/ to 12/; ap ples, 9/ to 14/; pears, 4/ to 7/; peaches, 4/ to 10/; plums, 2/6 to 5/; p rapes, 3/ to 10/ per bushel. SYDNEY, by wire, Feb. 19. — Ban- anas, special 26/ to 28/; choice, 16/ to 24/; standa|.«a!3, 10/ to 13/; pine apples, smooth 7/ to 11/; Riploys, 6/ to 7/; plums, halves 2/ to 6/; peaches, halv«, 3/ to 6/; grapes, white 3/ to to I^ais, bushel, , 6/ to 10/; apples, dessert'10/ to 14/: ' ^ t0 ^/; tomatoes, 9/ to

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No title [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

1 CURRUMBIN CREEK DEVIATION. WHICH ELIMINATES SEVERAL OREEK CROSSINGS AND STEEP J GRADES. — ('Queensland Agricultural Journal

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Bathing Sheds NEED FOR CLEANING [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

Bathing Sheds NEED FOR CLiT.WNi; . The condition of our bathing sheds inside are not what they should be. There Is room for improvement. They should be cleaned out every day and kept clean. It means nxi.ie expense, but it is' expense that pays, for cleanliness always - pays. . Little things go a long way in turning straws with strangers. A cleanly dressing thed gives a good impression; an untidy, if not to say unclean means dissatsf action and a bad ad vetisemeot afterwards. Bathers are at fault In wringing their ''togs' In side. A notice pohi biting this should be put upi. But, apart front th^s, a dally clean is needed.

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Rates, But No Road COUNCILLOR WANTS AN OUTLET COOMERA COUNCIL DISCUSSION [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

Rates, But No Road COUNCILLOR WANTS AN OUTLEE COQMERA COUNCIL DISCUSSION ClaMng that be bad paid rates for 31 ytan, but still bad no traffUable outlet to his pro perty, Cr. Mills put up a big fight at Tuesday's Coomera Shire Cona . eil meeting for approval to a de viation, which would give him tha desired outlet. When the councillor was prevl- { ously growing bananas tbe fruit had to be let down by rope, and a similar difficulty confronted him now that he was a dairyman. Other coun cillors were not unsympathetic, but It was considered by some that there was not money to go in for both resumptions and repairs. Engineer Muntz reported on the difficulty of road access to the pro* pjrty, which was- situated at Up per Ormeau, part of which at epi^oaches to main road, was too steep for traffic. Mr. Mills asked for a twtfficable road oat, _J which could ctdy be done by a devia tion through Thompson's and crossing - the creek about five chafas lower ! down connecting with main road about 10...

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