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Coomera Club [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

Ceomva Ulob . Tbe thirteenth competition shoot of the Coonera Rifle Club was lirai off over the week-end. Conditions wer? only fab- owing to the cloudy ?state of the weather. Walter Sig anto was the winner with 94 off the rifle. The first six secured j.oints towards the Plresident's Cup. Results : — 300 5C0 600 TU XV. A. Sig.into (17) 32 Si ?0 111 S. F. Proud (9) I. .. 29 34 32 104 Wal. Shelley (13) .. 26 ?3 31 103 S. S. Freeman (6) . . 29 33 24 102 W. H. Hepper (10).. 29 32 27 !I3 C. J. Bignell (19) .. 26 30 20 95 E. Bicncil (8) .. .. 25 SO 31 Dl M. J. Barr (17) .. .. 26 29 -I U1 J»s. Bignell (17) .. 22 29 21 92 W. J. C'.impbell ? (20) 27 22 20 89 W. Shliley (21).. ?? 18 30 19 88

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Pocket Pickers LEAVE YOUR MONEY BEHIND [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

Pocket Pickers LEAVE YOUR MONEY BEHIND It Is plav:ne the lew to look for a livelihood by picking tbe pockets of bathers while they are in swim ming; but some men have no scruples, and knowing this, bathers should not carry money with them. On every beach reports of rifled pockets coma to hand, and Southport is no excep . tion. In view of this it might be well If tbe council were to consider the Installation of lockers. These could be rented out at a nominal fee to regular bathers. The time might j also come when lockers could be pro vided for casual visitors at a «mall . ! fee to pay tbe wages of a caretaker.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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With the Rifle Southport Club [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

With the Rifle Seuihpert. Clsb The fourth bimonthly shoot foe £ Al Freeman aggregate will be fired this week-end, 23rd and 24th insL, over 300, BOO, and 600 yards ranges. Handicaps-are : — Les. Ellis 11, & Hi Stewart 18, 1 A. Thorne 24, J. Pritctard 35, R. Black - 31, W.Hidffl.15, N. Kretschmar 35, EL L, G. Malllneon — , K. Lahrs 22, S- Dudman 35, F. E. Stewoft 32. A. Soegaand 7, J. Dowrie 10, R. M. Pidd 11, & L. Freeman 8, J. L, Bailey 14,' W. Scarborough -14, H. Hovaild 6, E. A. Bailey 9, J, Boyd 7, J. Tbtarne 8, G. Black 19, R. Akes 9, W. Dennlg 8, W. Pascoe 9, H. Long heed 9. -E. Stewart 12.- W.. Smith 7, G. Ellis 16. £1 D. Andrews 13. W. Mackey 12, & V. Mileb 15, C. Hillier 8, H Richdrdson — .

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Burleigh Improvement MONEY FROM GOVERNMENT [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

Burleigh Improvement MONEY FROM GOVERNMENT ' The Hon. J. G. Appel, M.LJL, has been advised that the Treasurer Is prepared to grant a loan not to ex ceed £600 towards the cost of con structing further sanitarv buildings, etc., at Burleigh Heaidfc, provided that the necessary provisions of the Local Authorities Act is complied with and approval given to the plans and specifications, etc., by the Ner ane SMro Council. The Home Secretary will also do k requested to t-ass an Oirder in Conncil authorising the Council to expend on additional sanitary buildings the available balance, via, £230, of the loan granted by Oirder In Council, of , the 12th Januolry. 1928.

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Genial "George" MR. HOLT LEAVING SOUTHPORT. DISAGREEMENT WITH PIER MANAGEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

Genial 'George' MR. HOLT LEAVING SOUTHPORT. DISAGREEMENT WITH PIER MANAGEMENT With tho retirement of Br. Gtorge Holt from the manage ?mat of tin Pier Pavilion, South port U losing a man who ha* figured largely in Its social Ufa aid who has left upon the public mind the Impress of a pleating personality. Gentlemanly In all .circumstances, it was ever * pleasure to meet Mr. Holt, and to converse with him on topics of varied Interests helped to enhance onefs store of knowledge. His business dealings were always on a plane of honor. While his -ie* air®, naturally, was to do the best thlife for the company that employed him, he wanted It to be the right thing to all concerned. He has a teen appraisement of values; and not only looked for value, bat endeavoured to . gve It, and he gave it abundantly in quality and courtesy. This is partly why the business with which ho wa» . connected showed unprecedented pro-' * gross under his direction. No less martcod was Ma ability, and this was s tr...

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Flooded Creeks WASH-OUTS AND DEBRIS SOUTH COAST DOWNPOUR [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

Flooded Creeks WASHOTJT3 ANDDEBMS . SOUTH COAST DOWNPOUR ? ' Doe to heavy rain In - tbe . unper reaches, Ndraqg Creek rose early in the week. At one Stage the creek was nearly 20ft. above its normal ? height, or less than 4ft. below the flood level attained last year. The water got away rapidly, end took with It latrc* quanties of debris into the bay in front of the esplanade at Southoort. At Sprirtabrook &2S points fell nn Suriday night, cnosing a flood in the Little Nerang. Forty feet of soH on each side of the approaches to a new brlHge neat* Neranwood, on the main road from Springbrook to Mudgeernba ? wa is washed out, and the bridge was damaged. A small bridge over Taral- ' bo Creek was washed away. Heavy rain fell at Upfper Nerang. at Upper Tallebodgdra, where 484 points were registered to 9 (/clock on Monday morning, and at Gilston, where approrbnately 450 points fell. Otbefr district falls were : Neraife 209 points, Tallebodgera 208, Oxenford 190, Southport 203. Heav...

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Most of us waste precious time chasing will-o'-the-wisps [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

Most of us waste precious time chasing will-o'-the-wisps THERE Is a fortune—. large one — waiting for tin man who ean make plain horse sens* palatable ad popular. Tell the average ran of folks to eat less, walk five miles a day, and breathe more deeply. Many of them wiH yawn in your fate. . Tell them that soma savant has discovered a magic 'eura-alV I , and they'll prick up their ews I promptly. ! Inform 'most any Hainan being I that ha will be happy here and I hereafter if he follows the Ten Comanrndments and tbe Golden | Rule. He'll register complete I boredom. Mention some new Cult that premises the latest thing In passages to the Pearly Sates. He'll travel miles to hear about It. Try to eonvinea the fellow alongside yon that honesty, energy, and oeunew sense will take hint iaevitably from where he- may reasonably expect to be ? In future. He will fling yoor Copybook Maxim right back at you. Suggest that he might make his fortune by investing in some wonderful . new 'device.' Bef...

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NORTH STREET, GOSPEL HALL. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

NORTH STREET, GOSPEL t?ATTr Breaking of Bread— 11 sa Sunday School-1- 2.*) pa Gospel Meeting— t pA

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SALVATION ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

SALVATION ARMY. Scarborough Btsset. Sunday, 11 sla and 7 JO tus. Sunday School, 2 pa Adjutant Col* and Captain Stephen ?OIL ?

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METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

sOCTBODlSr CHURC& Southport, U aJa. Elrfon — 3 pjjx Burleigh Heads. 7.30 (van. „ . Rev. C. A. READ. SoutV*t, 730 pA Mr. & J. Lewis.

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. White Street, Southport. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. White Street, Southport. Sunday School, 9.45 «?'» Chirch Services, 11 ajn. and 7.30 |ua Holy Qonanunfcm on the 1st Sunday morning; and 3rd Sunday evening of each month. Minister : Rev. W. A. Hardie, BA.

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (Talie-budgera). [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (Talle budgera). Taliebadgera — 11 a.m. Lower Currumbin— 230 da Mudgeeraba— ' 7.30 da Rev. W. R. COWAN.

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PRESBYTERIAN SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

PRESBYTERIAN SERVICES. Nerang— 11 a.m. Southport— 7.30 jun. Sunday School — 2-30 pA Rev. W. A. Hardie, BA. (Congre gational Minister). Minister: Rev. P. MONRO.

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Cricket Sotuhport v. District Team. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

Cricket , .Sotuhport v. District Team.. On Sunday a team representing Sonthport will plav a combined tea m selected trim the outside . districts, The 'match will He played 'on' the show ground, and will Qommnce at 1 pun, ah&'tp. The team selected is '« follows : — E. J. Dowlfeig, W. Dowllng, HI Nap per, jun, Q, Napper, G. A. Jackman. S. Foreman, A. L. Thame, A.- E. Whittle, R. MaJllnson, L. A. Thams, H. Dolling, . f ? :

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Saturday's Play [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

Saturday's Play Forty bowlers were in attendance at the Southport gtreen on Saturday when a welcome was tendered to Mr. ? and Mrs; Alf Ward (who recently re turned from u trip to New Zetland, The function was arranged bv the Indies' committee who provided after noon tea. Mr. Ward suitably responded to speeches of welcome., by the. Mayor (Aid. J. Hendry Orice), Mr. H. Biggs (president of the Southport Chamber of Commerce), and the president of the dub (Mr. R. C. Carey). Scores in the rinks games were as follows : — Cavill, Noble,, Steadman, Wf.rd .. 27 Rowe, Plice, Maltman, Andrews. . 16 Woods, .Lowe (East Brisbane). Bertwietle, Adkins ? 26 Annand, Shfllito, Johnston, Clark 19 Hamlyn. Shepherd, Newman (Yer onga), Leabttry . . ? ? 17 Riek, jun. (BooroodaMn), Pohl man, Thams, Monkhouse .... 16 Bastick, Kretschmar, O'Oonohue, W. A. Napper ? 27 Cochrane, Frazer (Booroodabin), Wilkinson, Cnrey\ . 24 BeUby,* Biggs, Lather, Hibbard 26 Riek, sen. (Booroodabin), Mason, ?Wei Wen (Ipswich). Bir...

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On the Golf Links [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

On the Golf Links Interesting games were played on the South pert };olf links on Saturday, when a numbed of voting am local players were in action. One game of particular Interest was played by Max Graham and W. Crcmbie against S. Blackstock and ISr, Mayne, being closely contested to the last hole. M* Blackstock and his partner were two up and two to go, but Graham and Crombie rose to the occasion, and won the last two holes and squared the match. Another, fouf ball game over tbe 18 holes between L. Kent and J. Barnes, jun., against Max Graham* and S. Blackstock, also was exciting, with Graham and Blackstock holding a slight lead, and winning the match by two up and one.

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Surf Association SURFERS PARADISE COMES OVER [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

Surf Association SURFERS' PARADISE COMES OVER The .Point . Darker branch Suk'f . Life-saving Association on ' Sunday granted affiliation to the Surfers' Paradise Club, this being the , thir teenth affiliation for the cu/.Yent sea son. ' The 'report of tbe Board oi Exara^- . irera confirmed the selection if the team to represent the branch In the Australian . surf championships at . Manly next month; as follow : B. B.'ik, AL Wflks, J. Ajax. J. Winders, R. Noonan, T. Boast, D. Nash, S. Costa, wjth E G. Wilson,, yr. Daley, gnd C. Bourne as' emergencies. Mr. C. G. EngleH was appointed instructor manager of the team.

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IN THE REALM OF SPORT On the Green NOTES ON BOWLS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

IN THE REALM OF SPORT in 1:1:1:1 1 1111,11 1 nm 1 1 1 1:1 1 .tuiuiMJMJXtttU On the Green NOTES ON BOWLS (By Bankite) There was scan© doubt on Saturday XDornirijr as to whether the green wouldSe playable that day. owing to the amount ol rain that had fallen the previous night, and memheMa were feeling a tit 'Ytown', at the prospect of an idle day- after a. whole week's exclusion. However, the moroing was warm and the green wp in f'J® condition for play, though heavy, not because at the amount of rain so much as.the jcoattn'g ' of K»s» that had matted over. ? The green had made wonderful pro gress over the week as a result of the rata and the treatment received under' the guidance of ,*green-diiector Fottman. However, this great growth of grass tea created a problem for the committee. It wants shaving down fcrtly, but it does not appear as If the present cutter fa equal to the job. This Is evident from the ?'cornfeations' that can be seen on the green after the machine has gone -,vet....

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

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Cricket Eastport v. Gilsten [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

Cricket Eastport' v. Gllstea The revase experienced by East port against Coomera had apparently a stimulating effect. for to the fix* ture match against GlistOn' on'Satur dav they have a itnst inning* lead of 173 for tbe loss of only four, wickets. Gilston, who batted first, were d« mh&ed for 55 runs, there being no less than five batsmen who failed to scom W. G. Browr., who went' in as opening batsman, top-scored with 17. Tbe only other to reach double figures was B. Perandis, with 11. Bowling hondrt) went to W. 0'Sbea, who took three far 11. East port 'a reply Of fotjr wickets ? for 228 runs was convincing in face of their previous failure. H. Napper, juo, bad a merry fling at tks bowling and compiled 86 by forceful play. This is the second tin« this season that Naplper has been close to the coveted century without teaching it. A. L. Thains was seen to advantrjge with a brilliantly made 78. He was not out when Gtumps were drawn. S. Foreman was the other not out man with 27...

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