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IN THE REALM OF SPORT Surf Champions SOUTH COAST CONTESTS TFAMS FOR SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

S IN THE REALM OF SPORT .. Surf Champions SOUTH COAST CONTESTS TFAMS FOR SYDNEY The finals of tbe Point Danger Surf Ufe-Mviiw A*«watk»i pionship events, which had to M UBtnoned on Sunday last, on of heavy seat, ware completed rt Greenmount Beach on Sunday, in un favorable weather. - The contests took pla-* cm tne beecb facinc the Hotel Grande, the buoys being moored aboutt X3Q y»fds from the beach, with choppy water intervening. The officials were: Referee, Mr. Wallace Nkri; judges, Messrs. G. Shambrook and J. B Gi*y; |toe (keeper, Mr. B. M. Mitchell; recorder, Mr. Die Whip; observer, Mr. A. B. Powell; referee's steward, Mr. A. E. Boettchci; jadge in boat. Mr. C. G. EngMrt; starter, Mr. P. J. Fagan. Four, teams cGnipetckl ill the final of the rescue and resuscitation cham pionship, which is considered to be the blae ribbon event of th« surf, ths personnel being as follows : — -Tweed Heads and Ooolangatta, B. Bick, J. WfexWrs, W Daley, E. G- Wilson, J. Ajax, snd S. Cost#; Kirra, C. W...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Tennis Carnival NEXT MONTH'S BIG DRAW ARRANGEMENTS BEING ADVANCED [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

Tennis Carnival NEXT' MONTH'S BIG DRAW ARRANGEMENTS BEING . . ADVANCED Favdred by the ? ? patronage of Queensland tennis champions tho an nual tennis carnival at Southport has enjoyed a large and growing measure - of popularity among enthusiasts of the' popular sport. 1'5 . . Th|s event, which_ takes place on_ Match 16, 17, and 18, (promises .to be well up to hhe usual standard. The joint secretaries, Mr. S. Fore man anil Mr T. fl Andrews, .have the organisation' well In-hand, and Vecofl entries are expected. The tourn^nent is held , under the nuspicee of the Chamber of Com r. ercp. All prades of players have been catered for, ana the programme, which is now available, induces : — Gentleman's open singles cbampion pionshipl Gentlemen's open doubles cham pionship. Women's open singles champion ship. Mixed open doubles champ'fn-hi-. Special singles handicap. Women's sirtgtes handicap. Gentlemen's doubles handicap. Women's open doubles champion ships. Mixed t ptn doublos c!.cn:piunsh!p...

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AMBITION'S FIRE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

AMBITION'S FIRE This r»;in3 veheTent (fetire, cf sovtrelraty no sati -i«e'ioi fiads) But in the Jrcsitt of men doth ever roll The restless stone of SisypK to torment thtm. And es his heart, whole stole the heavenly fire. The vultare fitwi, so doth that moiwtor rent them; Had they the world would t-ot content them. — Earl of Sterling.

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For the Man on the Land ECONOMICS OF FARMING SMALL OR LARGE HOLDINGS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

For the Man on the Land ECONOMICS OF FARMING SMALL OR LARGE HOLDINGS Diirira a valuable address on the economics of present-day farming de livered at Ipswich, Englatvd, recently, Dr Ai G. Riston said that a study l of 'agriculture in Yorkshire revealed that there were biff variations In farm returns. For. instance, in 1921-22 one farmer lost as much as £11 per acre. whilst another, made as nnjch as £9, but tbe ugns were that- more were beginning to bold their own with such widely valtying results that it was instructive to examine tbe records - closely to see how far back individual farmers had been the creatures of c.'.uumstances, how far the profits and losses bad been determined by the -size of the holding, tbe type of farm, tbe variety of crops grown, stock kept' jir.d the system of fanning adopted. After an extensive study of the economic conditions of agriculture in Yorkshire, extendi rfc over nine years, he was convinced that the small holding run as a commeicial farm was not...

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KILLING BORERS NEGATIVE RESULTS IN U.S.A. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

KILLING BORERS NEGATIVE RESULTS IN US- A. Experiments carried out in the United States and other countries of late years, with the object of dis vv-v.'.'ing some preparation that will kill burei-3 in living tiees, have given negative ramltss Quite large doses of active poisons such as arsenic, nicctine and strychnine have been foiccd into the wped unde.- high rres' sure, but witnoui any nppaimi effect on parasitic insects living in or on the plant. It may :.'iso- be noted that poisonng, without ringing, has not killed trees under the test conditions. An official estimate relative to tbe areas sown with cereals and linseed in Argentina for the 1928-29 reason was published by the Department 'f Rural Economy and Statistics a! the end of September. Thp \v i1 - it p.pea v -:i ; then shiwn to be 21,01)0,00') aires; lin.-ecd, 7.475.0C0 acres; oats, 3 Gtl OM acres; barley, 1.291.760 acre«; re, l,16c.7'o aor-s. In o'l cases the aiea is f.reater than in 1927-2S. the in r.'ess in ul'r-t b in^ ...

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

Winifred Elsie Hopkins L.T.C.L, A.T.O.U, Organist of St. Peter's Church Teacher of Pianoforte, Violin, Hartnony, and Theory. Students prepared for all Music Fmnw. Address:— -- ? 'St. GretKory,' Queen' Street, Southport, The Southport Store The Oldest Store in Southport. Established In 1879 -and still going strong Delivery to all parts of the Town and District Prices are right. 'Pione 315 R. C CAREY, CASH and CARRY Right at Railway Station Where the Prices are at Gty Level CAREY'S CASH and CARRY Delivery Free 'Phone 399 ? ? „ BASTICK'S Where you get Qualify and Service THIS WEEK SPECIALS m SPECIAL MEN'S ^VY WEHGHT KHAKI SHIRT9, Single aad Double Pockets. All sizes. SPECIAL PRICED 4/11 MEN'S AIRWAY HATS. AU sizes. SPECIAL PRICE, 2/11 K*'1*. i l 38-inch COLORED CREPE DE CHINE. In All ' SPECIAL PRICE, 4/11 Yard. Newest Shades. STHR^EiYJai 111 a 0110106 Ea*# 01 StrlPej- SPECIAL S'ZeS % 381 40 taeh SPECIAL PHONE 247 Nerang Street, Southport

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Birthday Party EVENING AT MEYER'S PERRY [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

Birthday Party EVENING AT MEYER'S FERRY A pleasant evening was spent at tbe {nesJdroce of Mr. and Mrs. H. Bore ham, Meyer's Feily, on Monday last, when a nutdbesr of friends met to celebrate Mr. Boreham's birthday. Cards and music made the time pass pleasantly, and at the Buplper. interval Mr. Borelrtm was presented with *a Pultable birthday gift, the presenta tion being made bar Mr & W. Mason, who referred to the spjendid hospit ality of Mr. and Mrs. Boreham, and the warm esteem in which they were . held by their many friends. Mr. Bore ham suitably responded. Those pre sent welre: Mr. and Mrs. H. Boreham, Mr. X Boneham, Misses C Hughes, D. Croft, D. Bertwistle, M. Hughes, Betty Thorne, and Messrs. Hoy Hope. EX Pearson, A. Hughes, R. J. Owen and S. W. Mason.

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

Humor The average -woman, rays an expert, will welcome the new long sldit. It will wit her down to the ground. ? ? ? a ? Nottingham Magistrate: '1 know quite TieUthe Inn' of which ,jou are Breaking.' Witness : ''I'll bet ydu do. Horace : 'What It b bachelor, daddie ?' Bis Father.: .''A becbeMr, . my boy, is a nsn who looks before' he . leaps— end- than doesn't leap.'' ? '? ? m 'Jock, win ye sup wl' me tae morrovr night?' 'Ay, 'Sandy, that 1 will wi' pleasure.' .- 'Gold. Then . - eight o'clock at your hoose.' ? e ? e , -? -'He is such a good 'fiabmnan,' re marked ene ao|gler to toother, ?'that - be can eJfnost taHc the trout out of the water.' 'Ah.' replied bis friend, - . *'be must use baited breath'' ? ? ? ? Peter- »'Brown gave a song last night at the parity concert.' Paul : 'He can't sing. Who egfced him on?' 1 don't taowt Brown lis looking for tbe man who egged him oft.' « - ? -? 'It is tbe duty of seaside land ladies to warn* their lodgers agairCt bathbjg risks,'' a doctor says...

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FOR PIG RAISERS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

FOR PIG RAISERS For the first couple of days after the sow farrows she is feverish and restless, and should have nothing but a light bran or middling slop or a small quantity of water with tbe chill lemovcd. The feed given should be very Ht;ht in amount and be given uil '.n. After the sow has farrowed a ccujile of days she should have a liriht feed. No attempt should be made to supply the sow with more than half the usual amount of feed until the pigs are at least a week oC ten days of egei Aa a general thing, very little maize should be given to the ttrood sow until her pigs are t'Jiee or four weeks old. Tbjs will usually prevent scours and other digestive troubles which are lllcrty to result, especially if the sow hi fed too heavily on maize. When oats, middlings, bran, oil meal, etc., ara available, it is possible to feed the saw ve#y efficiently without the use of any maize either immediately be fore or three or four weeks after she fallows. Many swine breeders are replacing the...

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AGRICULTURAL ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

AGRICULTURAL ITEMS The South African Department of Agriculture anticipates that 285 000, 0001b. of wool, grease btfcls. will be available for export from the Union duriiyr the year ending June 30, 1929. Actual exports last year totalled 273,126,897 Ih. Mohair sh:pments are liktiy to approximate S2500001U, as aralnst 8,788.4091b. in 1927-28. at is -fficiallT estw tcid that there were 35,978^108 wool led and 4.715,272 other varieties of sheep In the Union of South Africa on June 30, 1928, the carretiponjinr figtfce twelve months rrevkvlslv being 36 005,622 and 4,104.204 respectively. Losses due to Oifeas?, drought, verm'n, theft, etc.. faring 1927-28 are put down at 1.978,068 head. Development In sheep-«aising in British Columbia, Western Canada, is evidently rrocetd inr apace. Two large landholders In those part's, the Marquis of Exeter and Lord R?arton of Tarron, who up to th? present have bred nothing but cattle, have lately tfone in for iheep on a con siderable scale, and others ;...

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MANAGING GRASSLANDS DEALING WITH SURPLUS FEED [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

MANAGING GRASSLANDS DEALING WITH SURPLUS FEED So favorable is the growth of xr* sa following the late rains that soon the difficulty will be to secure sufficient rtock to keep the country in order. Where. this occurs there are two methocfe the fartmer can employ. He can attempt, with the stock at. his disposal, to keep the whole place stocked and bope to clean up tbe rou^h feed in he coming winter, or he can shut op part of tbe farm, making no attempt to graze it, and keep' the balance close grazed end in good 0P(der. * Tbe first method seldom anything but disappoints. Jn the first lplace, the stock does not thrive on the rank feed which It encounters everywhere, and having a plentitude of feed, they graze the surniv faces only. The autumn growth forces its way up throrgh this bleached, sour mat, and It, too, is wasted, as cattle or '.sheep must be almost starved before they will eat it. Difficult!*! of CIoiIbq Paddocks The man who adopts the other method is, of course, faced with t...

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OUR RURAL ANCESTORS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

OUR RURAL ANCESTORS Our rural ancestors, with 1'ttie best, Patient of labor when the end was rest, Indiil.'.'d the day that heus'd their tnoull jriin With ft aits, an i? off'rios*, and a th.MikiuI strain. — Popeu

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Coomera Council MONTHLY MEETING [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

Coomera Council MONTHLY MEETING The roontthly meeting of the Coomera Coancil on Tuesday was at tended by Cr. J. Sfeanto (chairman), Crs. Sheehan, Black.- Mllh, Austin, Currey, James, Oxenford, H. and W. A. Blasteaid. Offer Deellaed . Join Wtelch, Wongs Wsllcn. wrote to say that he would not agree to the couDcflfe offer to {stall pipe* for a jrfpe drain If he would purchase them. Be Witeratdd. Us offer to cart the pipes and do the work If the council would make the purchase. — It was ?tated that the offer of tbe council was the policy of the icooneft -and several jobs had been done -n tho* conditions. It was decided on the motion of Cr. Carrey, seconded by Cr. H. B instead, that the wtiter.bo ad vised that the coancfl regretted that It was ratable to depart from its rule In this instance. . Alterations of ttntelM' Mundabbera Shire Coancil wrote with reference to the recommenda tions of the Boundaries Commission, drawing attention to the belief that it was intended to carry oat the al...

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

FIREWOOD Supplied in any quantity. Cot to any Length. W. CHIRK 'Phone 64. Frank-street. H. J. F. lougheed, ' (Late HOLDEN BROS.), HOUSE & COACH PAINTER, SIGNWRITERS, CAR ENAMELLERS. ?Phone 215. Agenta for RIP01JN ENAMEL. SCAMOROUGH-ST, SOUTHPORT. BURLEIGH PLUMBING WORKS E. H. C. MEYERS, PLUMBER AND GALVANISED IRON WORKER. - JAHES-ST. IURLEIBH HEADS. -PHONE 83. | Contract prices for all Classes of Roofing . ana Tank Making, Stoves, Plunge and Shower Baths, Water. ' Hesters,* 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 ' j General Drapery, Grocery, and Hardware * * ' 1 ' \ 1 - 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 called for and delivered as usual J. Purvis & Sons, The Big Corner Brock 'Where Business Hums' - Southport

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Without a Peer SOUTHPORT BEST OF ALL MR. AND MRS. A. WARD RETURN [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

Without a Peer SOUTHPORTBEST OF ALL MR. AND MRS. A. WARD RETURN Mr. and Mra. Alf Ward were ac corded a welcome home at the m stance of tbe ladies' committee of the Southport Bowline Club on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ward bane recently re turned from a tour of New Zealand where Mr. Ward was a member of the Queensland team of bowlers. The ladies' provided afternoon tea at tables decollated with flowers expnes sfaie of the dutfi color1!. In extending a public welcome borne,, the Mayor (Aid. J. Hendry Grice) said be was glad- to extend to tbe hand of welcome in tbe congenial atmosphere of the Bowling C4ub, which be regarded as an excellent in stitution, and one that fully engend ered the apVIt of friendship.' Mr. R Bigfes, president of the Chamber of Commerce also welcomed Mr. and Mr* Ward, while the feeling of the members and ladies' committee of the Bowling Club were expressed by the president (Mr. R. C. Carey), In responding on behalf of Us wife and himself, Mr, WaiH said a wonder ful t...

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Mr. Appel Again GETS AMBULANCE GRANT [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

Mr. Appel Again GETS AMBULANCE GRANT The electors of Albert have much to thank their able and active mem ber for. Possessing great influence with those in authority by Season of his honesty and personal worth, he is able to succeed where others fail. Because the Burieijgb Ambulance building was erected by contract without waiting far the delay which would result from Works Department routine, the subsidy usually allowed was refused. Repeated efforts through the ordinary channels foiled to get any variation of this decsiion. Mr. Appel's interests wore enlisted, with the result that advice has now been received by the member, for Albert from the Hon. George ? Stopford, Home Secretary, - that the ?sum of £501 is being made available from maintenance funds. The secret of Mr. Appel's success 'is pairtly revealed in the fact that be does not press ' requests that do not appear to bn justified.

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Spirit of Anzac DIGGERS HOLD TOGETHER SOUTHPORT LEAGUE MEETING [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

Spirit of Anzac DIGGERS HOLD TOGETHER SOUTHPORT LEAGUE MEETING Tin spirit that vA tbe Dia llers famal 4urii^i the war per M still aainefes the Seatbpert sub hub ef tb* R&S.IXAt for. l»-WW ail diffi culties, the flag has bssa kept . Wm **. tl» trial* ef «p»Uet jmr -a«ft*tiat«tf craait'ts the branch. With a heavy debit balance at tbe beginning of tbe year the branch has ? emetved with a credit. Tbe enthusiasm of the mtmbenj still waxes strong, and at tbe annul meeting on Friday night the report chawed a satisfactory position. The president's report read: In presenting' to you my report for the yeer 1928 I would first like to express mv 'appreciation of tbe splen did auupml accorded me by my' fel low officers. At the beginniiK of. the year we were fortunate la secur- - tag- the services of Mr. W. Bastick as secretary, and Mf. C- Pole sts trea surer. These gentlemen, particularly the hon.' secretary have wdrked inde fatiguably In the interest of returned ?oldiers generally, aad ...

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

Marggraf's — Toe — . An Clamm cf Footwear, Hosiery Musical Instruments RECORDS AND ACCESSORIES In GREAT ASSORTMENT H. Marggraf & Son NERANG STREET, SOUTHPORT. 'PHONE 16L t WHITE'S YOUR DRAPER TOBRALCO We have just opened our first ship ment of New Season's Patterns of this Popular Fabric in — Plain Colors Floral Designs Spot Patterns Marie Effects 38 inches wide All one Price 2s 6d yd. White's for Values

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APPRECIATION OF MERIT [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

APPRECIATION OF MERIT We cemmeeil a hsrse for his . strung! K and bareness of feet, and not .for bis rish eapnrltonss ., a »i|WM for Ms lint's af. ,, Iter I*, net for his fWsoltart a hawk for btr wing, net for her josses and bells. Why, in like manner, do we W-t value a man for what properly Us own ? He . has a great train, a beaatiful ' ? palaoe, 00 mnch credit, so many theasands pounds a yesr, aad sA tbess are sboat Un, but net In bash— Montaigne.

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THE UMBRELLA MAKER'S DREAM [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

THE UMBRELLA^ MAKER'S DREAM I dreamt I made umbrellas And I bit upon a plan Of supplying brollies free to every ? Woman, child, and men. ? Otv» farthing each they were to pay When they went hi the tain; But when the whole world had my Jgamps It never rained again.

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