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Cricketers Want Ground QUEEN'S PARK SUGGESTED MATTER TO BE GONE INTO [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929
Cricketers Want Ground QUEEN'S PARK SUGGESTED j MATTER TO BE GONE INTO ' 'J If the plan which was dis»a»Md at the delegate meeting ef the t Southport and District Crlikst -J Association, fructifies Southport is likely to have what has always - appeared as a neotssity — an j . athletic grouj within the town. j In submittiite the proposal to have . a cricket ground nearer than the ! show ground. Mr. W. S. Browne, who was in the chair, suggested that the t football club and other sporting bodies be consulted with a vie* to „ ; mxkimr an athletic ground. A suggestion that the recreation reserve would meet the purpose was \ rejected, but It was considered that QueenS Park, if properly drained and filled, would make an admirable en closure for cricket and football games. Various ideas as to raising the pulH lie Interest were submitted, but It was thought that before a definite aU|ge could be reached, a report should he heard regarding the suita bility of the ana mentioned. It was finally ...
WATTLES TENNIS CLUB LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929
WATTLES TENNIS CLUB LIFk To live b not merely to breathe, it is to act; it la to make use of ouc organs, senses faculties, of all those parts of our selves which give us the feeling of existence. The man wno nu nvea long est is not the man who has counted most yetfra, but who has enjoyed life most. Such a one was buried a bundned years old, but was dead front his - birth. He would have gained by dyinfc young; at lea«t be would have lived till that time. — Rousseau. DUTY Let us do our _ duty In our shop or our kitchen, the market, the street, the office, the school, the home, just as faithfull} as if we stood In the front nank of some great battle, and we knew that vic tcty for mankind depended upon our b'avery, strength, and skill When we ido that the humb lest of us will be serving in that Igreat army which achieves the wel fare of the Arorld. — ? Theodore Parker. WINNERS OF HEN'S A GRADE CHAMPIONSHIP, SOUTHPORT TENNIS ASSOCIATION, FOR 1928. W. Dowllng, 0 Ii TIwiiil a Foreman, p. U...
Pioneering Enterprise ROAD ACCESS TO UPPER TALLEBUDGERA WHAT ONE SETTLER IS DOING [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929
Pioneering Enterprise ROAD ACCESS TO UPPER TALLEBUDGERA WHAT ONE SETTLER IS DOING Fresh evidence of the difficul ties against whbhvattlacs 'ia the Upper Tallahndjsi a aaaa -have ta coateod was forthcoming at tha Msslfcg of the -Nanag Shin Council -aa Jstyin. -At tbe asm -that aa .Ulawiinllau «Ms light «sas tls*aa :oa the iindm ?dry 4hst is 'feeing smIMI ta krhg -tha fertiiie m M« pialatiw Mr. W. a Scbotea, c It the Cinderella Plantatons Lt-L, Upper Tallebudgera, waited upon the Council to teek its co-cyemtloo in having something satisfactory dona to Um roavl Mr. Scbolea, stated that ha had called on tbe department in Briebano ra regard to getting a 'mad, and waa assured -SI their willingness to help, but said a move wxmld : need to come Cram the OouncU. They would then be in a position to act.'; Ho had expended £1200 last year on his allotment of ISO acres, -and he anticipated spending another £1000 a yoar for tha next five yew. He bad sold portion of his land to another man, wbo wa...
Council Holds a Pistol BUT MAYOR ADMITS ITS NOT LOADED RAMSHACK BATHING BOXES [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929
Council Holds a Pistol BUT MAYOR ADMITS ITS NOT LOADED RAMSHACK BATHING BOXES Whoa Aid. Shillito pat hia notice of antioa to rewind a pre. vious rasolatioa ordering tha re moval of bathiaq boxes by tha 31st of this nsoath. before Taas- , cay's nmrtni of tha Southport Town Canaail It «n axphlaad that tha OhmHWi pistol** 'H *mM lsadsdi, or. in Other ?words, the Mlha dU -aSt nap 'do what H said. at a^y rata, tho Coanoll 'had -ws»idal saMablt in»ndMiia to take -the- . rphiis the Unatghtiy law. 'Aid. 'Shillito contended that 'tha bathing boxes affonddd opportunities to people not In the best of health to bathe at their convenient*: the' kame applied to .people living a distance from- the-bithingplaeas -who. ha tau, coulB not walk through the streets In Wthing togs. AKL Proud «cooU. The 'Mayor remarked that tto Bathing boxes were not likely 'to be tvmoved until facilities 'were pro vided. Aid. Pysden aaid some of the bath ing boms were an absolute disgrace. Some years ago the revenue from...
Aldermanic Diversions SOUTHPORT TOWN COUNCIL THIS WEEK'S MEETING [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929
Aldermanic Diversions to: SOUTHPORT TOWN COUNCIL THIS WEEK'S MEETING Although the basinets sheet at the fortnightly meeting of the Sonthport Council on Tuesday did aet warraat the time taken by the aldermea to dispose of It — six hour* — there were several diversions, which, while light en lag 4 he tediam of the dull routine served, bat to prolong tha 'sitting. Evea the Mayor himself. whose ? « ?- _ _IJ I ll~l— ull wayward aldenaiea beck to «MttV im» not a a l«*re-Be¥t culprit. Aldeimen present were, the Mayor, Aid. J. Hendry Grlce, Messrs. A. Helmer, T. Anderson, J. Shepherd, J. ,W. Troyahn. W. SbiUlto, D, Beale, -A. R. 'Andrews, J. Siganto, J. W. Proud, and A- E. Pysden. Meyer's Ferry Needs The Nerang Shire wrote drawii® attention to the cfingeston of e.c.'s at the Meyer's 'Ffcrrv beach at Christ mas time. They suggested that the Council instal two buildings In their area, as there were already two in the Nerang ride. On the motion of Aid. Shillito. seconded hyAld. Troyahn, it was...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6 "The Leonard Lady" [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6 The Leonard Lady' Mystery, murder, thrills, drama, romance, tragedy, the roost astonish ing climax ever seen In a motion pic ture — these combine 'to' make ?'The Leopard Lady' one *of the -most thril ling and absorbing photoplay produc tions of the decade— you'll regret missing this remarkable - cinema achievement. Hfc w*s a CossicK rider — ai.wuie witn even mane : evil in stincts than the beast he bad trained to serve his ends, vet for love cf the leopard lady he risked his own life' to say hers. Picture fans~Wbo enjoy virile screen drama will find this rrippinz picture decidedly to their taste. 'Lost ia the Arctic' A picture that is not fiction, rather is It in the nature of a wonderful travel film. The record of an expedi tion aent Into the Arctic to ascertain the fate of eight men wbo were separated from the Stefiason expedi tion in 1MB.
Regnant Theatre SATURDAY-MARCH 2 "The Yellow Lily" [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929
Regnant j Theatre SATURDAY- MARCH 2 'The Yellow Lily' A true to life romance that is stronger than fiction. Love wise girls were driven to puiclde over th? love of tbfe royal heart^brpten-^but a sim ple country r ^irl matched' her wita against his and wcin — and won in the strongest (game ever played. Beatui ful as a rare flower but poor' as a church mouse, she scorned the love of ine nest catch in tne'i/onnnent, iora turned a nation upside down to win him back. Billie Dove's most colorful and icmantic characterisation of her career. She wins jioor'' hearts with sheer ' personality sniff,' beauty. Tbe scintillating glamor' erf Old Hungary foitns a background for ' a romance with a climax that makes one of the most extraordinary stoVies the screen has ever seen. The Lttle Saob» A radiant, racy and ritzy story of Coney Island's carnival life and tha wild life of a girls' school. It loos a etroqg man to tame tbe little snob and make her ' love him. ? .It- was. a iifiht between a cave, ...
Road Plant Costs NERANG COUNCIL DISCUSSES [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929
Road Plant Costs NERANG COUNCIL DISCUSSES Judging by remarks passed at a meeting of the Nefang Shir* Council on Saturday, there is some uncer tainty as to the value of the recently acquired iplant, viewed from the standpoint cf cost in relation to por itlon of the courtly in which it' has to woric. Or. Waters questioned the engineer flo trt th* ontt ftf taVfri* tlwi rvLfint tn its last job at Springbrook, and then proceeded to answer the question him self. It took three men, he said, two days to get the plant over that stage of the jouney, though it° was not stated from where It started. The engineer, pointed out that it . was particularly wet weather, and mentioned something of portion of the machinery breaking down. At the rate of going, said Cr. Waters, most of the cost of running it would go in travelling expenses. Visions of long suspense in Betting the plant to work tn his part of the shtne appeared before Cr. M'Shane*s mind, for he remarked that if tbey had many irore jobs li...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929
Best Because Purest KRETSCHMAR — made Drinks are famed for their flavor Try our 'SMILO' The New Orange Drink ? / Qnoe Tkstad Alwzys Asked For. — OUR — ' BREWED GINGER BEER is a Popular Envits — While Our — HOP BEER has a Dinner-ale kick about it. Everybody llket It. ALL OTHER LINES EQUALLY GOOD. J. A. KRETSCHMAR, SOUTHPORT CORDIAL AND AERATED WATER WORKS. ?FHOHE30. CASH & CARRY ' H. V. FOSTER SCARBOROUGH-STREET Still at the TOP (of the Hill) as* the BOTTOM (of the prices) JUST CONSIDER A FEW OF THESE:— . T* ' ABRAIZO Sd. ACIDS — BoracJc. \J\ Tartsric. 2/: Citric, I/. AMMONIA— Household, td. ; Scrubb**, 1/8. Aspan«a* lOKot, 1/4; lib. 1/5; 21h. 2/6. Bacon Rashers 1/4, Piece 1/3, Fore Hock lid. Baking Powder, Aunt Marys %lb, 1/2H; Ibi, J/k ;j ;? Barley, Pearl 3d. Ib.; Patent, l/S. - ' . . Biscuits, Soa, 5tt«*.; Arrowroot, Rice, Tea Cake*, rtfc. Qd. packet. .? --?» Bfsto 1/1 and 1/11 ? . . '? Bine, Rickett's Round. 10%A; Bab l/S doei Bon And, Qakes 8d, Tin* 1/. - ? ... Bovril. l...
Personal [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929
Personal Mr. J. Siganto, sen., chairman of the local Shire Council, returned home on Monday after spending a short holiday at Mt. Tambourine. . MrtJ. J. N. Siganto, bon. secrettfcy of the local branch of the RWX Iaovos ham An fi*vt for TftO» goolawah to attend the annual meet ing of tbat ttrancK Miss Myrtle Barr left herje on Fri day last for a month's holiday in Sydnev as the guest of her ancle and atrnt, Mr. and Mrs. W. Stanfield. Mr. and Mrs. J. Matbenson are the guests of Mr, and Mrs. Jos. O'Reilly,. Mr. E. Williams is on a visit to Sydney, and ts staying with his mother. \
Tennis Carnival BIG GUNS COMING DATE OF CLOSING ENTRIES [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929
Tennis Carnival BIG GUNS COMING DATE OF CLOSING ENTRIES Intending competitors are reminded that entries close on March 3 for the Sixtt annual Southpcrt tennis tourna ment to be held on Maixh 16, 17, and 18. Entries will be accepted at Sullivan Bros., Nerang-street. Southport. or the joint secretaries, Messrs. T. C. AIWIW5, man. Garden-street. Southport. The prcirramme comprises men's singles, ladles' singles, men's doubles, and mixed double* open. South Coast chairo'orships, men's and Indies', special singles handl-fp (open to all players outside the best State cham pionship standard), men's, ladies* and mixed double* handicaps, open to all. and a men's junior singles cbampton ihip (open to all playera under 21 years on 16th March, 1929). Jf reasonably possible the commit - tee will arrange the draw to suit the special requirements of individual entrants. Thus, competitors who ob ject to Sunday play, will not be re quired to play on Sunday, provided they do not enter in more than th...
CHANCE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929
chance Chance is s term we apply to events to deaote that tbey hap pen without say necessary or ferefcnowif eanse. When we say s ? thing happens by ? chance, we mean no more than that its canse ii unknown to ns, and not, ns «ome vainly imagine, that chance itielf cad be the csm of any thlnrg. . — C. Buck.
Tennis Southport v. Northside [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929
Tennis Soutbpert v. Northillde In a social match Soutbport Club defeated Northside on the .Southport Courts on Saturday, 49 games to 34. Scores: — Miss Joan Haytlon-41.' 'S. Whittle (Southport) v. Mfes D.' ' Hillier — R. Akes, 1-6: v Miss I. Ellevssn — Q. Free man, 6-3: v Mlrs. c. Freeman — 1» Beale, 6-4. Miss D. Bertwistle— A. E. Whittle (Southport) v Mm. Free man— L Beale. 6-5; v Miss Hillier— R. Akes, 6-1; v Miss Ellevsen — Q Free man, 6-5. Miss Waldron — R. J. Owen (Southport) v Miss El'evsen — C. Free mn, 6-3: v Mfrs. Freeman — L. Beale, 6-4: v Miss Hlllierr— Ri Akes, 6-3.
Road to Open NEW DEVIATION FOR EASTER [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929
Road to Open NEW DEVIATION FOR EASTER Good news to motorists generally was contained in an announcement, by Engineer Kbelnbold, at Tuesday's meeting of the Council, when he) in timated that the contractor* .for the devlaion of the main Brisbane road - (Messrs. Bradford and M'lvor), had offered to throw the road (men for traffic for a few days at Easter time, covering- from Thursday to Tuesday. Mr. Rhelnhold considered it a good offer, ard would mean no iftk to the council. It was decided to accept the offA1 on the proposal of Aid. Shepherd, scconied bv Aid. Andiews. It was also resolved to thank the contrac tors, and seek the approval of the Main Roads Commission.