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[?]tes [?]MO[?] [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 January 1929
[?] [?] ^t ,&st *\ hat£, 1 vwf*; il 10 Ari ? rrtf„-g ea,rs— nd vld-a 2it*TBBh, 322^ June, 223U»7- ' , , 7T==:1?^^^^^== September, 8; Ocicber 63; Novemtei, : 145;. December, 2Z2.-*,Total.'. W82. '
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 January 1929
St. Hilda's School SOUTHPORT, Church of England Grammar School for Girls. For prospectus and all particulars apply— ' WINIFRED L. FITTOCK. BJL HrinclpaL 'Themanyol^^^K^^^M Mtaj successful business men use Wrigiey's. The act of chewing soothing effect. The healthful action of Wrigley's refreshes the —gently stimulates the flow of natu^^^^H juices— steadies the nerve*. X . ' The Slanda^J FamilyMeJH Throughout AustnKiM^n(one'» ^ Indian Root Pills are ^Vasehold remedy, and tbe antidote for all general - ailments. In thousands o£ homes the little amber bottle ia- which they are packed is the sole medicine chest, for, whatever the- complaints, the bowels must be kepti free, and the process by which the* blood is purified most be stimulated! to throw oS the poison in the blood,, which is the cause of much disease.' To-day the efficacy of Dr. Horse'» Indian Root Pills, to overcome the common ailments of mankind, has convinced not only the working \ section of the community, bat also- I the ...
Naval Exploit Kronstadt Raid, 1919 [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 January 1929
? Na# Exploit B(ronst4dt Raid, 1919 ??I * ? '' IMd lnl«n-' has beerij* don Charie-5 8th M«ust, tol.Mi+l MtbpoM I obtain [. appear jbe tta* ident of, ^ tr.% dashbfc ^^^BHiilt^lsvUeh they ^^^HFwvik.batieehfos, the and the^A/lfe lpervcz transport-with troops a trawl# which wis ^^^W'jfchi|x v 'Jt ; ^^^^^boate, whfcK are capable ^^^^n,*peed of 40 knots an the forty in go ( within close ^^^^Fbattj«sn4ps before they ^^^^Hsosed a torpedo, which ^^^^Hretiirn journey , they to a heavy fire from while , running ' the speed between the of the Neva, only either side of lostr with - W' achiev»d yet 'jl^^^HusIeat f ? -fl\ arms. .been- eon fcnpossible ? How . many - gallant - lives P^^^^^W-Vor«ia4»at.a operation been 'a&aimbly planned, aturately timed, and perfectly execute? vAs a result, the bcrts of all true are upllftedind this day of |the deliverance of Prograd has ap ,rirecUblv drawn near. sMn 'The Queensland' of May 31, 1924, there is a phMTaph of sub marine P31, command by Lieut. «Vo...
[?]it Markets [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 January 1929
Markets . ' 'Direction reports:— -« ywlne Doc. SI. — ? ' . »o - alteration on ptii.i which were: — 30 occasional to 32/; to 27 standards, 16/ to K^Bttaleiiroootte ,14/ to 22/; |^Vil2/tto ?;- passions, 10/ to ^^^H^atoe, *^to 9/; cucumbers, ^ple4/ to 8/; peiches, *^0 *° S,/' Plums' . pf.^-becetnEer 1 interruption). ^BSj^TKriVi t/T to 36/; choice,,. tfc 't**}-, 16/ to 20/; HBm^iin/ to 12/; Rip \il2/;tetoes, 3/ to 5/; *0 Wsions, 10/. to to jo/; peaches, *®/J c.riQriive.9 3/ to 7/; Vtr, *. '? -l halT* b 14 cherries, tew '
Dance at Tallebudgera ENJOYABLE NEW YEAR EVENT [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 January 1929
Dance at Tallebudaera ENJOYABLE 'newyear event A very successful Christmas, dance was held at the residence of Mr. J. ^Shells, Upper Tallebudfeera, on Sattir- . ?MK^fbe weather waa cool arid ideal ^VVtttnR. A lanpe gathering of ^K£'£B|eopie attended., and was W#ijBRe«why a full 'tiaSktd from- ' UBi andVrUiebudd^Bnftpi. ? Bums 'and niutsic, while Mr. V. efficient M.O. Supper Competitions werte won asn^^^B Gent.'a Xmas gift waltz, Mr. J. Rl^H| ladies' Xmas gift. Miss M. Aradersonp -Monte Carlo waltz, Kitchener Giles and Mitts Julia Burke; chocolate waltz, Mr. W. Jenncr and- Miss B. Prioud.
F[?] Hunt[?] COMPL[?] FROM S[?]BROOK [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 January 1929
Fern Hunters COMPLAINT FROM SPRINGBROOK &nbsp; A complaint was received by the Nerang Shire Council at it last meet- ing, from the Springbrook L.P.A., to the effect that considerable num- bers of staghorns, ferns, etc, were &nbsp; &nbsp; being moved from the Springbrook road. &nbsp; &nbsp; Cr. Wintle state that it was very hard to catch offenders, but he did &nbsp; not think that there was much fern- ery on the road which could be re- moved. &nbsp; He moved that the maintenance man be instructed to watch for of- fenders and report to the council. Seconded by Cr. Berigan and car- ried. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
The few Bulletin—"Element in South Coast Progress" [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 January 1929
The New Bulletin—"Element in South Coast Progress" &nbsp; &nbsp; Praise for the New "Bulletin" has come from all quarters. We promised a good paper; the &nbsp; &nbsp; public is satisfied we have "delivered the goods." That is our reward. We want them to know that it is our policy to keep faith, and to realise that the more support we get from them the more we will give in return. &nbsp; &nbsp; In addition to local public appreciation we have received many complimeatary messages from competent judges outside. Here are just two :— &nbsp; From George F. Nicklin, Editor-proprietor, &nbsp; &nbsp; "The Australian Fruitgrower, Fertiliser and Poultry Farmer": &nbsp; &nbsp; Dear Brother of the ''Inky Way" : — To-day, instead of being in the surf, which &nbsp; I love, I am spending the time trying to clean up the backwash of neglected work. When coming up to the office I cleared my box and found am...
Rescue at Currumbin YOUNG MAN'S PLUCK. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 January 1929
Rescue at Currumbin YOUNG MAN'S PLUCK. The pluck and promptitude of a &nbsp; young man at Currumbin Creek on Sunday was instrumental in saving &nbsp; &nbsp; the life of Miss Edna Allen, a &nbsp; machinist, of Stephens-road, South &nbsp; Brisbane, who was holidaying at Cur- &nbsp; &nbsp; rumbin. Shortly after 1230 p.m. Miss Allen, in company with a young man, was &nbsp; &nbsp; bathing at Currumbin Creek, in the &nbsp; &nbsp; vicinity of the bridge on the main South Coast road, when it was de- &nbsp; &nbsp; cided to cross over to the Palm Beach &nbsp; side of the creek. Miss Allen, who is &nbsp; &nbsp; unable to swim, was assisted by the young man. When nearly halfway &nbsp; &nbsp; across the creek. which at this point is very wide, the couple got into deep water, estimated at 10ft. The young man lost his hold on his com- &nbsp; panion...
Nerang Shire Council LAST MEETING OF THE YEAR [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 January 1929
Nerang Shire Council LAST MEETING OF THE YEAR &nbsp; &nbsp; The last meeting of the Nerang Shire Council for the old year was &nbsp; held on Saturday, December 22. Crs. &nbsp; K. McKenzie, J. F. Gaven, and A. C. &nbsp; Black were unavoidably absent. Special Meeting. A special meeting was held at 11.5 a.m. for the purpose of suspending clause 6 of by-law No. 18 for a period of seven days, to enable a picture to be shown on Christmas Day at Bur- leigh Heads. This was confirmed at a later stage in the day. Burleigh Telephone The matter of the application for &nbsp; &nbsp; continuous telephone service for &nbsp; Burleigh Heads was again brought &nbsp; forward and a letter read from the Postmaster-General's Department, &nbsp; &nbsp; asking for a further recommendation as to a suitable person to have their &nbsp; line connected to the trunk line. The &nbsp; Clerk explained the position ...
Street Barriers BUSINESS MAN OBJECTS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 January 1929
Street Barriers &nbsp; BUSINESS MAN OBJECTS &nbsp; &nbsp; Exception was taken by a business &nbsp; man to a Nerang-street barrier, erected in connection with the New Year Carnival on Monday evening. His &nbsp; objection is stated to have taken the practical form of direct action — the &nbsp; breaking down of the barriers. Then &nbsp; it became a sort of comic opera turn. Each time the barrier was replaced it was broken down, and each time it was broken down it was renewed. Eventually, the Chamber of Com- &nbsp; merce, which was in charge, is said to have won by substituting saplings for rope. &nbsp; The Council gave permission to the &nbsp; Chamber of Commerce to close certain streets during certain hours. It is &nbsp; suggested there will be more about &nbsp; &nbsp; the matter. The question is raised &nbsp; can the streets be closed without &nbsp; &nbsp; n...
HE WAS SURE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 January 1929
HE WAS SURE &nbsp; &nbsp; Examining Solicitor: ''And you say &nbsp; that the defendant hit you with malice aforethought?" &nbsp; &nbsp; Complainant: "I say nothing of &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; their mind. It's no good trying to make me contradict myself. I said be hit me with a hammer and nothing else.
Fancy Dress Parade CURRUMBIN BEACH FUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 January 1929
Fancy Dress Parade CURRUMBIN BEACH FUNCTION. The annual beach fancy parade or- ganised by residents of Currumbin Beach and visitors to that popular resort took place on New Year's Eve in ideal weather conditions, the func- tion providing on of the most success- ful ever held on the South Coast. For the parade record entries were re- ceived, the competitors coming from every part of Queensland, whilst the beach crowd was one of the largest ever seen at Currumbin at similar functions. The parade took place in a specially lighted enclosure on the waterfront, and the scene during the grand march waa a riot of color and xxxxation, with upwards of 100 juveniles and adults in fancy costume, some of the costumes worn being most effective and original. The judges, Mesdames A. C. Elphinstone (Corinda) and G. A. Dixon, and Mr. E. W. H. Fowles, were set a difficult task in selacting the winners, their adjudications meeting with general approval. One of the most amusing sets on the beach was tha...
Less Delay MOTORISTS AVOID COOMERA FERRY USED WEIR INSTEAD [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 January 1929
Less Delay MOTORISTS AVOID COOMERA FERRY USED WEIR INSTEAD Less delay and congestion occurred at the Coomera Ferry during the Christmas holidays than was experi- enced the previous year, according to reports received by the R.A.C.Q. This was the result of many motorists taking the advice of the club, and using the Coomera weir deviation. At Loganholme, some congestion was apparent at times, many car ow- ners probably being unaware of the fact that this ferry can be avodied also if desired. Motorists may "cut &nbsp; out" the Loganholme ferry by using either of two deviations — one via Kingston and Waterford, and the &nbsp; other via Loganlea and Waterford. Both deviations are in quite good or- der, and only about two miles far- ther than the direct route. &nbsp; The Kingston-Waterford deviation branches off the main bitumen South Coast road at 12.3 miles from the G.P.O., Brisbane, bearing right at signpost, while in the other case the turn-off is made at a sig...
Burleigh Bowling Green MATTER STILL IN THE AIR [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 January 1929
Burleigh Bowling Green MATTER STILL IN THE AIR &nbsp; Inquiry was made from the Nerang Shire Council at its last meeting if any further action had been taken to have an area gazetted as a bowling green for Burleigh. The Chairman stated that he understood that the club required the area set out for the purpose, but they did not yet de-sire to use it. He thought the De- partment would not set aside the re-serve unless it was going to be used, and the clerk was instructed to as- certain the position and advise the secretary.
THE YEAR AHEAD [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 January 1929
THE YEAR AHEAD The old year is dead. All that is left to us is its legacy of memories. What has passed cannot be undone. The best we can do is to build for the future, making the basis of our progress the experiences we have gained from the past. So, let us look to the future with its gifts of hope and opportunity; and let us build &nbsp; &nbsp; to make life what we would like it to be. &nbsp; This applies as much to the community as to the individual. As individuals we can measure up our own performances, and map out a plan of action for the future. As a community the year that is gone has been one of pro- &nbsp; &nbsp; gress. The town has grown in stability and importance. Its population is bigger; business has shown expansion; and in- creased patronage has come our way from a growing stream of holiday-makers. A very substantial measure of advancement has come, too. in our civic activities. We have been given miles of well formed roads; more...