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Kingston Butter Factory [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

Kingston Butter Factory Sir, — Being a constant reader of your pa].er may I crave a little space in order to state that at the request of a number shareholders, I have de cided to submit my name as a candi date in connection with the forth coming e tact ion of directors concern ing the Southern Queensland, King ston, Da fry Company. ' For trie ?nr: {holders who may have no opoprtunity of personally Kearing my policy, I would state briefly that I am in favor of evoryth'i^i; that per tains to the honest betterment of all conJitions of the suppliers in general, compatible, of course, with the cur tailment of expenses \vh?re po'slble; and I j-m keen that the payment of dividends shall not excend the amount upon which basis th? factory was established, viz.. 5 pee ccnt. In other words, mv contention ifi. the smaller the dividend the greater Is the amount received by the actual worker^— the suppliolr. Beimr one of tho original founders of the factory and fwith :ry sons) a consistent and r...

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

Good Second-hand Furniture Taken In NEWI FURNITURE made on tbe Premises to your own Price and from .1 your own ideas. REPAIRS DONE D. H. WALMSLEY NERANG STREET. SOUTHPORT. KINQSTON BUTTER FACTORY ELECTION OF DIRECTORS I beg to notify that I aan a caadf date for the election of two directors to the Southern Qeaenslsnd Dnry Co., Kingston, and I respectfodly solicit tbe vote end interest of ahjreholderi. If returned it will be 'my aim to further the interests of suppliers by Improving the conditions for them and, consistent with efficient manage ment, keeping the expenses down. I am opposed to dividends - beitfe paid in excess of the amount upon whicH the factory was started,' viz., 5 per cent. ' Being one of the founders of tbe factory, and since a consistent su|-- plier, 1 can claim to be acquainted '' with the needs of dairymen and hav« their interests at heart. In addition to thfc, the part I have Flayed tn ipuhlic affaire, is an assur ance of my trustiness and bona fides. Yours fa...

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Dairying Industry [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

Dairying Industry Sir, — Revlerwng (recent disclosures of the happening at the arrival of cur buttter on the oversea market and tbe fact of the Departure of Mr. Carroll to investigate, and report on his teturn put tbe average dairyman thinking: There was a timo when every dairyman made his own butter and in those days the dairyman suf fered the same disabilities as now. When central control was first advo cated it met with a cry that being a perishable product such a course was impartible but experience proved this a fallacy and central control proved successful under the then existing conditions necessitating a readjust ment of our methods. I as a supply ing shaxholders cannot refrain from criticising our present policy of con veying cream to the factory. It is one of the first duties of our dlrec lois to see and advocate that cream be conveyed to the factory under the best possible conditions. The very salvation of the dairying industry lies with tbe oversea market and they are ju...

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

J. N. Skelton BUTCHER ; » , QUEEN AND SCARBOROUGH STREETS ? SOUTHPORT Orders caQed for. Bally, and Pflompt Delivery to Tbwn Residents. Three Deliveries each week to Benowa and BundalL For 1001b. or 501b. lots CORNED BEEF * * 1 CANNOT BE EXCELLED COUNTRY CUSTOMERS A SPECIALTY. W. J. Klrkpatrick, Family and Carcass Butcher Scarborough Street (N:rth), Soutbport PRUHEST BEEF ONLY FROM THE NORTHSIDE BUTCHERY. CUSTOMERS WAITED ON DAILY. 'PHONE. SOUTHPORT St. I If you want the best, combined j J with civility and attention, try ! I COLVIN I I THE NEW BUTCHER ? I NERANG STREET, SOUTHPORT I I 'PHONE 142 I Mr. C. G. Frew, . L.D.Q.. SURGEON DENTIST, COUNTRY PRESS CHAMBERS EDWARD-ST., BRISBANE. M. W. LOVE, FUEL MERCHANT, NERANG ROAD, SOUTHPORT. 'PHONE 407. SB. WARD, VLQJ&, AUTHORISED SURVEYOR, (Late AXF.), Nerang Street. Southport. TtOM 245. Box t. R. McCOWAN. SOLICITOR, 334 QUEEN-STREET, BRISBANE Mew Zetland Insurance Chambers Also .Nambour and Besudesert. Will visit Southport EVERY FR...

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CONTINENT IN SNOW GRIP GREECE LIKE POLAR WASTE ATHENS. February 21. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

CONTINENT IN SNOW GRIP GREECE LIKE POLAR WASTE ATHENS. Februarv 21. Freezing following upon flood's converted 150,000 teres near the Turkish border into a poialr waste. Many human beings and cattle were drowned and seven villages over whelmed, while others were buried beneath 30ft. of snow. Aeroplanes are dropping food.

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Banana Board GROWER'S VIEW [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

Banana Board GROWER'S VIEW (From Our Upper Currumbin) Cttfnesportdent) It is pleasing to note that the pro Jwsed Banana Board met its Water loo'on the 11th inst., and that grow ere were not to be caught divtetitJ an ownership of their fruit and hand iife it over to a private monopoly, without express guarantees of any sort for a term of three years. It would have been a mad act at this particular 'juncture, and would mean that every agent who is now handling bananas in the Southern markets directly he loses hrs trade would be come an advocate for opening the Igates to Fiji and Java on the ground that competition is the soul of trade, etc. Qufr slogan should be, 'Grow the fepods,.grade them, end pack honestly.' They will then sell themselves. Cer tainly seme reform is needed, and the kicks from consumers South are justi fied, and were proved right u,p to tbe hilt hjy our Premier and Minister for Agriculture and Stock, but why not make a start on the plantations and climb evefry run o...

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A FLIGHT OF IMAGINATION [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

A FLIGHT OF IMAGINATION Two travellers wefce exchanging yarns, and as time went on tbe tales became .taller and taller, each man trying to outdo the other. . ? 'Yes.' said one, -*and do you know that after that flight in America the propeller was found- to be dripping with wMpped cream J' , , ''Godd heavens, man ! What do you mean?' asked tbe other. 'On the way down we passed through the Milky Way.'

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BORDER NEWS Banana Grading Critised [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

BORDER NEWS Banana Grading Critised At a meeting of the Tweed Banana Zonal Committers' Association, Mr. Q. J. Marks commented on tho pro posed grading of fruit for tbe Southetrn markets, which he eonsld erer to be unneoassary. He contended that whether the fruit wis Urge if ' small, the buyer iwelwl yaloe for the fdrlce raid, tbe croalitr of the ?SU fruit bettfg mostly good. Cases of laige fruit contained from 35 to 40 dozen, whilst the Smaller fruit went 45 to EO dozen to the cam, the buyet- receiving tbe benefit of the greater number. The secretary re peated that stops had been taken to combat the agitation in tbe South for the removal of the [present duty on bananas. It ms decided to write to the Federal authorities, pointing out that the afrea now under banana cul tivation, in conjunction with th* Queensland supply, was more than sufficient to supply Australia^ needs. After discussion the following motion was carried : — That this association realises the (great need of, and fav...

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Order of Knights [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

Order of Knights Members of the Methodist Order of Knights held an enjoyable basket pic nic to Burleigh Heads on Saturday afternoon. The cans left the Church at 230 p-nx, Southport being again reached about t- o'clock. While at Burleigh surfing and games were in dulged in. Had the weather been mone settled many more would have joined in he picnic. As it was, the funds of the Order of Knights will benefit to the extent of about £2/10/.

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

C. A. BELL, RACECOURSE, road. SOUTHPORT. BUILDER ft CONTRACTOR. SHOP AND OFFICE j-'iTlKK. SHOW CASE SPECIALIST. Altwatta and Repairs. ESTIMATES GIVEN. Agent for SEA INSURANCE CO. TH0NE3S2. To make it Really Beautiful, Shingling must ? BE DONE BY Experienced Operators Mo oos nowadays denies the htalthfutneas and eonvanlenea of the Shingle. Bat bo girl or lady wishes to sacrifice her hair withoot the as surance that her appearance shall a* least lose nothing by tbe change. Re cent Patrons of our Ladies' Saloon have proved our assertion that only experienced operators can give satfo factory res alts, and we offer you that qualified Service without fictitious prices or imposition. TWO CHAIRS WORKING. SHINGLE; 2/6. TRIM, I/O. Children's Hair Cut, 1/6. Trim, 1/. All School Girls' Hair: Trim, 1/. ? Separate Entrance. All Instru _ meets thoroughly Sterilised after each ussl LBlsT. BOOHBE, HAIRDRESSER AND TOBACCONIST. CECIL SALOON. °NEW MOTOK_ The New dutch on i Transmission 1\e New Lubricat...

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INSIDE INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

INSIDE INFORMATION. escAix Son: 'Daddy, vhat does bigamy meant ' Dad: 'Trouble multiplied by tico, my boy.*' (Published by arrangement with the 'Sydney Bulletin.')

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Town Talk WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

Town Talk WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING (By Jattler) People say that — .An alderman's position is not al ways an easy one. That everybody can see when - be does something wrong; and some can see when be does everything; wrong. That?* wby so often he does not get credit when he does anything Some of the ratepayers would like to know If OOP street lights should be on all right because some of them K-o out at 11.30 o'clock One resident after attenffiifc a lodge meeting in Nerang-street got lost when he came out at the corner of Nerang and Scafcfcorougb streets. That had he walked any distance be would have thought he had struck Billy Spendelove's clay pit. However, after blessing the council, the road contractor, and sundry other estim able people, be arrived home in High street before daylight. That was something to be thankful for. * * * Speaking of electric li|gbt, some people think it a pity the council turned the Ipswich proposal down, be cause when the people behind the Ips wich light p...

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Pen Points [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

Pen Points An industrious person seldom has a busy tongue. ? ? a A stitch in time often saves a lot of embaiirassnsant. - a a a Personality is what we call our own collection of funny ways. ? ? ? A little night oft now and then is relished by all norried on. ? ? ? A man is ranely so unreasonable as when he starts off by asking ns to be reasonable. a a a It your wife bad her. life to live ovetr -4gain, the chances are she would not marry yen! ? ? ? Those people win think that money fcj plentiful should be sent out col lecting JbiQu. A woman is. never so disappointed as when she orders a man to obey her — and be Obeys. ? a a The New Zealand scientist who claims that the earth is hollow most have some inside information. ? ? a a Schoolboy howler: ''An appendix is a portion of a book which nobody yet has discovered of any use.' a a ? If the average woman wrote heir postcript first it would often save her the trouble of writing the lettetfc a a a If a married man dreams he's a bachelor i...

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A SIZE LARGER [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

A SIZE LARGER ?These Louis XV. shoes are very nice, but they are too tight.' 'Then fliy a pair of Louis XVI. !'

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

iffi^'iThe SouthCoasCJ®[ ITW4 I..*..*. li, L*~ —* J-*~t 1l*l*m FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1«29.

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DRIFTING SANDS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

DRIFTINQ SANDS Following settlement along our seashores conies the prob lem nf drifting sands. As timber and undergrowth disappear sand encroaches. In many places thousands of acres of land have been blot ted out, and the whole face of the seafront undergone change. The problem bas exercised the! minds of scientists for ages, but it remained for tbe distinguished German botanist. Baron von Muller. to find the solution in hi* discovery of marram grass. This is a grata with a fibrous blade, and as the sand drifts it is held. The higher tbe sand bills rise the quicker marram grass grows. One or tbe wonderful features of this great discovery is the fact'thst if the sand drift rem*ins stationary the marram grass makes little or no progress, but if the sand hills rise 20 fyet, the graaa wilt be foand waving luxuriantly above them. Tbe plant it f-e)f not only grows upward, but it spreads out, making an ever strengthening barrier against sand encroachment. An understanding ol the cultural p...

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A SCHOOL AND ITS FOUNDER [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

A SCHOOL AND ITS FOUNDER It was a far-away vision that spanned tbe. years from the foundation of a dingy little day school in tbe environs of Soutbport at the beginning of this century to the great institu tion which to-day itraces a lofty eminence above the town. Such, in a nutshell, is the history of the Southport School and the vision of the man who is about to lay down the sceptre nf office — the Rev. Canon Dixon. Perhaps the founder builded better than he knew; but he builded truly nevertheless, and there must have been vision or an. ideal, for, otherwise, there could not be such a hardest from the years. Behind the vision was capacity and courage— capacity to achieve and the courage that laughs at adver#ity. What if the beginnings are small and the means scanty I What if tbe uncomprehending frown or the knowing cast as persions 1 Ideals count with tbe man of stout heart, who - moves ahead. This is what Canon Dixou did, and today he and his school — for it is still bis school —...

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STEWED MUSHROOMS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

STEWED MUSHROOMS 341bk mushrooms, milk to cover, pepper, salt, Hoz. butter, %oz. floor. Carefully wash the mushrooms very well; let hem stand for a while in felted water. Skin tbem and leave tbe stalks on, and put into boiling milk in a double saucepan. Stew till ten der — shout an hob*; it depends on the age of the mushroom When cook ed. melt the butter in a pan, add the flour, cook 'well together, stirring carefully; then slowly, still strrring, add the milk the mushrooms have been cooked In, and flavor well with salt and pepper. Pat the sauce into the double saucepan to the nnab Xooms and keep hot till required. To grill, place on greased gridiron, sprinkle with salt and pepper, aad grll for 10 minutes, patting the out side to the fire. Do not tarn tbem. Never eat watmed-up op mashroona. Any Had of mushroom is difficult to ilfcwU ? '

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

WHY HAVE COCKROACHES WHEN YOU CAN PROCURE AUSOLKIE COCKROACH DESTROYER NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL Also RAT AND BUQ PREPARATIONS. As osed by Leading Sydney Hotels aad Rsstanraats, N5.W. Govt. Rail »sy Refreshment Rooms and City Councils. PRICE, 2/3 Per Tin. | Also BUG EXTERMINATOR. 3/3 Pint. W. E. Martin, Ph.c. Dispensing Chemist 0pp. Post Office ? Southport CASKET AGENCY Th* Hmm* ? i for all your Musicat! Supplies ms Sheet Music | QRICFS have the most 1 | IS s'leet maa*c fa tfc Common- I M \^33S2Sn}S wealth. Classics, Teaching | 9 Music or the Popular Hits of i f the Day can be obtained at i ? the shortest notice. | Writ* for litt of New Maiic that hasjtat come to hand C The 'Lark' Portable CBEO | TJEKE Is a light-weight Portable I i H Instrument of British manufacture _ ' I !§ with a wonderfully rich tone and j| and pleasing volnme. For t^e home || or week-end motor trips the | 'Lark'is just what you need. It's § the best value yet offered. * gi f R iMrfi I Far Ktcsria rM *SoaM tTrCrtct't...

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TRICKS I'VE TRIED HINTS BY A HOUSEWIFE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

TRICK5 I'VE TRIED HINTS BY A HOUSEWIFE Clusters of cloves bung up in the kitchen and left to dry. Their per fume will drive away fles, and they will be a pleasant change from un sightly flyhpapers. Making use of .that old discarded waterproof. Turn back to front, sew op tM pockets and cut the sleeves out. Then cut out the neck Magyatr style, and tbe result wQl be a splen did hard-wearirto overall fcr washing days. Next time a child has hiccoughs. A simple and sure cure is to drink half a teaspoonful of vinegar, and keep the arms above the head for a minute of two afterwards. This labor-eaviqg polish for lino leum. Dissolve one ounce of fine glue Size tn a pint of hot water, stir ring- with a stick until all is liquid. Wash over lino first- with a damp flannel. When quite dry apply the felue'mixttine all over, using a large dry flsrmdt Do nof tread on floor until dry. Result is a' nice polish which will last a long time. Next time two tremblers become fixed together, tap gently aroun...

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