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The Presence [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

The Presence Did you ever tramp in the hill at night. Alone, through the frosted snow; When the white heights shone with a ghosttly lfeht In the cold, dim starlight glow? Did you often stop, did you glance around ; Did your spine go cold and queer? Did -ou strain your ears and expect the sound Of another's footsteps near? Can it be that the hills' Creator drifts Down here to the heights at night, And rises cgaln when the darkness lifts. Like mist In the morning light ' — Ian Wood; in Chambers' Journal.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TELL TALES [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

TELL TALES Have you heard the tale of the corn?— It's a ''cereal.' Have you heard the tale of the bat tery ? — It will electrify you. Have you heard the tale of the lad der ? — You won't 'undeHstand'' It. Have you beard tbe tale of tbe guinea-pig? — Tbe (guinea-pig hasn't Cot a tail. Have you heard the tale of the sky craper? — It's too tall. Have you' heart, the tale of the telephone ?— It rings true. Have you heahd tbe tale of tbe telephone? — It rings true. Have your heard tbe tale of tbe onion ? — It will make you weep. Have you heard the tale of tbe black man ? — Keep tt dark. Have you h;ard the tale of the cob 5er ? — It's the last.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHRISTIANITY [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

CHRISTIANITY Christianity is aot a voice la tbe wilderness, bat a life in the world. It Is aot an Idea ia the cir, but feet on the ground, going GoiPs way. It is not aa exctie to be kept under glass, but a hardly plant to bear twelve man ner of fruits la an knds of wea theft Fidelity to duty is its root and hrarich. Nothlna we can say to the Loud, no calling Him by great or dear names, can take the place of the plain aoinq of His will. We may- cry out about the beatrty of eating bread with Him la His kingdom, but It is waste breath aad . a rootless tape, unless we plough and plant in His kingdom here and now. To re member Him at His 'table aad to forget Mat at ours, is to have ia-. vested, ia bad securities. There is no substitutes for plain, everyday goodness. — Maltbte Babcock.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
IN EARNEST [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

IN EARNEST - An Arkansas man waa tried' for. as- ' sault with intent to kill, .'. The ? jjroseculor produced a fence nail; a gun, a saw, and a rifle aa the weapons ttasd. The defence said the weapon* of the other man were a scythe (lam, a (pitchfoiOc, a pSstof, a razor, aad aho®. , The jury retted and delivered this verdict : — 'We, the jury, would have given a dollar to see the fight.'

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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ANSWERS TO LAST WEEK'S RIDDLES [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

ANSWERS TO LAST WEEK'S RIDDLES 1. One that doubles bis fists. 2. MHk. a They cell it. 41. A hole in your stocking: 5. A train of thought. 6. One malkss a idin, and ths other a dinner. 7. Tbe medlar. 8. A goal bill. 9. One keeps irost of his fiocik, and the either takes the sttyUe&'.lO. ' A skylfehU 11, When he sells , all that be kneads. 12. Tbe fire fly.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Honor to Whom Due [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

Honor to Whom Due Mr. J. Robinson, Racecourse Road, writes : — I wish to e Sprees appreciation for the (good woMc done on Racecourse Road from St. George street to the top of the hill opposite Mr. Melrose's property. Before this work was un nailaken the road was in a fearful state. Many of the holes were 18 inches in diameter and from 9 to 12 inches deep, and on the hill above Mr. Ryder's, logs, which had been em bedded in the road, were exposed with ruts everywhere. Mr. Beaumont deserves praise for drawing the coun cil^ attention to its bad order on two occasion*, and after a lot of dallying by the council the Mayer came to the rescue. There was a lot of talk of a £5000 loan for the job; but, lo, and behold, when a thoroughly practical and ex perienedd overseer (Mr. Hcl.ider) put to work, the whole cost, I understard, was under £125. All the lefts palled out, the road formed and nicely gravelled. Whoever was the cause of Mr. Hor der's appointment has been the means of saving the ra...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advance, Southport [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

Advance, Southport Excelsior wtiites : — olr, — I was surprised to read in your journal last week, that a mem ber of the Town Council, gave notice to move at the next meeting to (re scind a motion passed at a previous meeting, 'That an owners of bathirtj boxes be requested to remove them from the Esplanade. I understood that when the motion was passed the isame alderman sup ported it. To me it is a tfreat pity that commission agents were electad to the council, as it in well known that ninety-nine per cent, of them belong to the Yes — No tribe. They are not out for the advancement of Southport, but- for personal benefit, and there are many by-paths leading to that goal. The dictionary Bays an esplanade is ' a lawn, a cleotr, level walk or drive, especially by the seasideL In a very short time our Esplanade win be^graded and grassai from the Jubilee Bridge to Loder's fridge, and it would be a rice thing to take a lady for a w*.lk among a. lot of bath ing shanties J ! They are a blot ...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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PUBLIC OPINION Letters to the Editor Water Supply Source [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

PUBLIC OPINION Letters to the Editor Water Supply Source Ernest Belliss, Nerarg, writes: — I enclose a cutting that may be useful to your council, seeing you contenmplate a water supply for your town; also othtfr information. Along Beechroont road, through Iportion 130. parisb of Gilston, is a creek rising over UOOfk above sea level. It would be about 10 to .11 miles by the main roads. There is already a rocky bar across this creek, called Calagrabah, aad there is always a rood permanent supply of water. Bat, by erecting a concrete weir aero* the rocks, n vary large reservoir of water could be inv pounded. The watersheds above the weir wntt be comtferably larper than the watershed of the western branch of the Little Nerang- Greek above Purlinghroofc falb\ and if a Rood sized .wood and fron piping was laid down alongside the Main Road Board's new mad tljrought Nerang to Molendinar, then along tbe railway into Sotuhport, you would have a cheap and high pressure supply of water right I...

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

There's no Bunkum ABOUT OUR GOODS— They're all Dinkum OUR BREAD IS IN EVERYBODY'S MOUTH. MEAT PIES ARE GUARANTEED SAUSAGE ROLLS JUST THE THING FOR LIGHT LUNCHEONS J, E. MARRABLE, BAKER AND PASTRYCOOK SCARBOROUGH ST, NORTHSIDE, SOUTHPORT. 'PHONE MS. CHILLY WINTER APPROACHES ! WOODS' HOT PIES MEAT OK FRUIT. Hare th: desired effect of warming apd stimulating the whole system. Watch for the Cart and secure your supplies. Pastries, Cakes, snd All Other Refreshments of the Highest Qual ity on Hand. REFRESHMENTS AT ALL,H0URS. CHOICEST FRUIT AND VEGETABLES. H. H. WOODS, THE WHITE CAFE, NERANG STREET, — SOUTHPORT. 'PHONE 375. ji] ' It pays to come to the right place — III | ^ — ^ TRITTON'S' I Stronger, Deeper, Larger, Better Finished A /f 7 I H 1 !j! SILKY OAK BEDROOM SUITE-4 pieces .fc*'/ * / / W 1 PARTICULARLY soft tb« artistic IImi ! Comprise* 4ft. 41a., Wardnbt fl: with 3 dMrt« aad MJrrar 32 t 14 laches ; 9*drs««r Oacbeaa W wild 34 x 29 lock Bevelled Mirrors Marble Tap Pedestal; 4ft. 41a...

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Other Days [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

Other Days In the pioneer days of Joe Qrice, Those happy old days of Joe Grice, When the band was just feeling its way up the scales. An 1 ctiasii* the quavers and twisting their tails; When the cornets' contortions wotfrl make a cat laugh And the second trombone nude a sound like a calf; And the instruments used were jitft any old sort, There's no doubt those days were the days of real sport. Those happy old days, those snappy old days, (They tell me old Fred, took his E flat to bed) . They were keen on tbe job as a cat after mice In those happy old days of Joe Grice In those thrifty old days of Joe Qrice, Uniforms were not judged by their price; Our first full-dreas uniform coat was a peach, Joe scot thorn from Isaac's for one and six each. Some were tight in the waist-barid, or short in the flan And others went round sHghtly more than a Ian But what did it matter, our wives -tf our mothers Soon made them look just as good as the other*; Oh these funny old days, those sunny old da...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
When Aldermen Arrest [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

When Aldermen Arrest In these troublesome times with money so tight Mayor Grice of old Southport Has evolved something bright. His aHennen hefty Will from now on arrest Any Speed Kings who defy The Council's behest. Though Southport may be lively. All motorsts must know TTiat when passing through this burg Their race must be slow. Well, ,T. G- my hearty, I hope that some day. You'll arrest me and take me To the Grand for to stay. _ TED ELLIOT. 14/2/29.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Entertained at Dinner COMPLIMENT REPAID [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

Entertained at Dinner COMPLIMENT REPAID In appreciation of the action of the members of the Surfers' Paradise Life-saving Club in forming a guard of honor at their wedding, Mr. and Mra. R. Shelton gave a supper party at their residence, GladricX on Fri day, at which over 20 jnembdrs of the club 'were present. In welcoming his guests, Mr. Shel ton exnressed his anrnreciation of tbe regard displayed % members in form ing the guard of honor, which to Wb knowledge was the first of its kind in Southport. He also' thanked them for the magnificent present of a caee of cutiety. Mr*. Shelton proposed tbe toast of the King, which was dluy honored. In toasting tbe health of Mr. and Mrs. Shelton, the president of the dub (Mr. J. Cavill), wished Mil and Mm. Shelton {great happiness during their married life. He eulogised Mr, Shelton for the worir he had done for the club, in looking after and in stiructlng the bojM. Mr. Shelton responded, and spoke of the loss sustained by the dub by the departu...

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

St. Hilda's School SOUTHPORT, Church of England Grammar School for Girls. For prospectus and all particulars apply— WINIFRED L. FITTOCK. RA_ Principal. K. B. PRICE SOLICITOR. BARNES' CORNER, (Opposite Post Office). SOUTHPORT. Visits Nerang every Tuesday; But !e%h every Wednesday afternoon. TBONE 463. WHEN THERE IS CARRYING TO BE DONE KIN8ST0N IS THE MAN TO DO IT. A. P. KINGSTON. *Pheae 3. — Steveas-street, J never felt so hungry in my life To restore Jost appetite— use Wriglry**. Your doctor will tell you how the act of chcwing soothes your nervous system -how the delightful cleansing action of Wrigley's refreshes the mouth— gires you a healthy feeling of hunger at meal times. : aWRIGLEYS . Tone the System By the Aid of Dr. MORSE'S INDIAN BOOT PILLS . «^.-rioa. On.*. are avoided by liesi^sa sack ? simple remedy a % hand, and ones or twioe ? week taking ? dose anffieieot to cleanse and tone the sjstsm. This is the ?ecret of good health in man, woman and ehfla, and anyone failing to r...

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Fruit Train Specials [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

Fruit Train Specials Fruit Urniii, No. 7/29. run by ? the Committee of Direction of Fruit Mar keting, to clear Wallangarra on Thurs day. Saturday and Monday, fop week ending February 18, with 805 tons, of which 375 tons were for Melbourne, consistirfo of 7211 cases bananas, 1923 cases* pineapples, 1 case Banya. nuts, 2 c.vs«s passion fruit. Svdney took 430 tors, consisting of 6880 cases tomatoes, 470 cases eggs, 3 cases cucumbers. ' 4 casrts Bunya nuts, *9 cases passion fruit, 7 cases monsteria delidoss, 757 cases apples, and 36 cases grapes* v

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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FOR THE MOTORIST MORE VALUE FOR LESS MONEY HOW STUDEBAKER CAN HIVE IT PRODUCTION FACTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

I FOR THE MOTORIST MORE VALUE FOR LESS HONEY HOW STUDEBAKER CAN GIVE IT PRODUCTION FAOIS. As one of the few fine car-bulldn;? concerns in the wctrld with plants worth millions of pounds, capable of producing every part necessary in tbe modern car, the Studebaker Cor poration claims to be tn a position to give car buyers more value for their money than ever before. And this by Includlrfc the beCt materials, regardless of cost, rathei than bv sacrificing things which are really osentfej, as some manufac * toners sire forced to do owng tc the fierce modern competition. Huge production to meet increasing world demands enables Studebaker to (he more to tbe individual. While other bniUKt bare to pay profits to outside pact* manufacturers, Stude baker manufactures everything neces sary. Compared with a majority of ordinary manufac tuners, tbe saving to Studebaker reaches more than £100 on each atr. This savins: ia used to bay tbe very best bodv-bafldmg material : better steel; costly and h...

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

COMPRESSION CHANGES Frequently it happens that the owner of a car which has given him pcod service decides to change it for another of the same make but with a new type of body or some other al teration. After tbe purchase it is not unusual to bear tlut the engine of tb# new oar is not nearly so smooth and sweet-running as was that of tbe old one. At first sight it may appear that tbe difference l- either imaginary or b due to tight ness of tbe beariqgs and pistons, or Incorrect carburation — things that will naturally wear off with rnraing ln and adjustment. Bui beyond these possbilities there M another more im portant one. Each. year after its first .appear* anee-a« a nas model every car goes through forma of evolution and im provement. . it often grows either laager or heavier. Sooner or later arfees theneed to put Up the jsrwer. of the engine and eventually tbe. com. juessien Is (raised. As it goes up so does tbe teindency of tbe engine to thamt- at aloar. spasda-.also increase....

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DRIVING ON HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

driving on hills Many accidents are caused bv the careful belnviour of motorists, on bills. Partieluarly.in the. city area, the snoottest path tip a hill is often on the tram rails, and many motorists persistently stick to tbe middle of the Iroad, *ntirely reeardlees of fol lowir* traffic. Unwilling to change down, the selfish driver will rush the hill, and atlhoi^h tbe car is often merely enroling when near the turr «mt, the driver refuses to pull in to allow faster traffic to pass. When the driver is finally forced to change to prevent the engine from 'stalling, the c«' is. moving so .slowly that it ' i=top^ las roon as the clutch in de pre'tef, constituting a considerable danger to ether motorists. Motor cxHists, whore moiin's »'.! capable of rurmountir^r most grades on too. nov*derl they are able to ap proach at a fair speed, are cften ^''rrbirtr such hills as Parnell Rise ? when a car ahead cn the extreme right stops derd, giving tbe rmtnr Trll't 't'.tle chance to ax-osd a col ...

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

ETHYL PETROL Some interesting information re gat-tUn® the effect of petrol contain ing lead tetraetbyl upon engine con dition a contained in a report prepar ed by Or. A. M. Low, the British scientist. In particular, the valves and sparking, piujfs have been closely examined niter ruining for .*00 milej on ocdinaiy fuel and cm treated relroL Ibe » paring plugs '*c.e toted for insulation icvistancs b-: tween the rent re terminal and the rretal case at a pressure of 500 volts, and the insulation resistance was exceedingly higK The results of the test indicated that there was no 'short circuit on any of tbe plugs tested at GO deg. H. No metallic lead could be detected in the deposits on tbe iflugB, and certain pfeiga, of which the metal portion is zinc-coated, ware free from signs ot mating, although there was juirtced corrosion on ether plugs not ao treated. - Tbe valves woe of composite type, with cast-iron heads and steel stems. and after running on treated pettroi were found to be c...

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

Basket! Picnic ? The recUsogues, Messrs. Noonan and O'Snea, are as busy as fleas in a girts' boarding school, arranging a picnic in connection with State and Provisional School^ In conjunction with Calf and Pig Clubs.

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Currumbin News Personal [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

Currumbin News Puri We are pleased to report that Mr. Ken. M'Kenzie, who is an inmate of Eewisbam Hospital, Sydney, Is doing well and is expected home In two weeks' time.

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