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RIFLE SHOOT OFF [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

RIFLE SHOOT OFF Owinc to wet weather conditions the L. and A1. Rifle Clubs Union haa decided to postpone until a future tiate the A grade fixtures which were to have been held on the Southport range to-morrow.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

MINISTER ILL Rev. W. A. Hardie, Congregational Minister at Southport, is confined to his bed with pleurisy. His place will be taken at the church services on Sunday by the Rev. G. M'Chesney, of Brisbane.' . * ?

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

ITM /?- i pwtr* 'kr Lifn 9*4 fi*tfr ttm FRIDAY. MARCH 1. 1929.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Bridge Speed Exceeded FOUR PROSECUTIONS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

Bridge Speed Exceeded FOUR PROSECUTIONS In adherence, to its ldacWop soma weeks back tM*Soutln»rt Town Coon- - ?- oil, prosecuted i number of offenders, . before acting PM. J. J. Leahey, at the Southport Police Court ytBtezday, for » speedy over the bridge. Solicitor R M'Cowan prosecuted on behalf of tbe council. The first case heard was that of Evdence was given by Inspector C. Crratlc to the effect that the defend ant had been timed to cross the bridge at 20 miles an hour. The spedd limit was stated by Mr. M'Cowan to be eight miles an hour. A fine of of £5 with court and £1/1/ professional costs, was imposed Other fines of a like amount In flicted were: Joseph Ludwlclc S-hu«- ter, 19 miles arid hour; Lloyd Good win. 19 miles per hour; and Evelyn Moffatt, 18 miles per hour. Professional: costs amountiij; to S.2/2/. with 3/6 court costs, were al lowed in these cases.

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SOMETHING FOR SOUTHPORT TO DO. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

SOMETHING FOR SOUTHPORT TO DO. One of the primary needs of Southport as a holiday resort ia a brighter social atmosphere. Added to tbia must be a greater, collective interest in tbe bappy well-being of our visitors, We want more cheerfulness and gaiety— more iftusic'in the street, in the dance hall, and on the.ooncert platform ; not that whicb breaks out in a paroxism of wild abandon, and ends in Isplove carousals, but that which is the expression of art, and which 'touches unerringly the tender cords of the soul. ?We want) more than sight-seeing places for people to go to — more than an hour or two by the silvery sea. a cruise upon we oay, or a run aiong smiling paw ways uiat aaceiia ioo mountains' magic slopes above us. We do not want nights that become dreary, or darkness -n which solitude palls and there is nowhere to go. For the holiday mood there must be a holiday spirit, in the people and about town ; there must be gaiety and joyfulness and color, else youth will pass by and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

SHARE FARMER WANTED ' ? Applications are invited from fami lies competent'' to woflc; cocnblnca Dairy and Arrowroot Faitnt on 'the half-shato . principle. Tba farm which is situated at Pine Ridge, com prises. 460 acres,' divided Into four paddocks, with yards,- bail*, etc. Twenty cons milking. Applications to be in bv Wednes day, March 13' _ JOHN SIGANTO, Coomera. TRANSMISSION BY DEATH-REAL PROPERTY ACTS OF 11(1 aad lin. .Notice ia hereby -gtv-m. that appli cation haa been made' for the Regis tration of Transmission of Title to - the ImoSb hereinafter mentioned. Ifcrticnlvs of such application are given belvw, and any person desiring to oppooo must do so by lodging a - Caveat, on or before tin day specified, at the Office of the Registrar of 'Titles in Brisbane.' ? - ? Name of Deceased Proprietor. — Thomas Percivtal Napper, late of SouthpOrt). Date of D&t& — 14th March, 1928. Name of Claimant. — Margaret Nap per, of the same place, widow. Description and Situation of...

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NORTH-STREET, GOSPEL HALL [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

NORTH 'STREET. GOSPEL watt. .. awaking of BreeB— u sim. .. Sunday School— 2.50 pjn. - Gospel Meeting— 7 po,

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SALVATION ARMY. Searborough Street. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

? ^ _' . SALVATION ARMY. ' Scarborough Street. banday, 11 ajix and 7 JO tun. . Sunday School, 2 pjn. Adjutsnt Cole and Captain Stephen son. -

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METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

lABIHODBT CHURCH. Southport, 11 ajn. Elrfon — 3 p.m. Burleigh Heads. 7.30 pza. „ Rev. C. A. READ. Southport, 7 jo r'* . .^r- H J., Lewis.

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. White Street, Southport. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

CONGREGATIONAL CHUBCH. White Street. Southport. Sunday School, 9.45 . m ' Church Services, U an snd 7J0 p m Holy Communion on the 1st Sunday morning; and 3rd Snday evening of each month. Minister: Rev. W. A. Hardie. B-A.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

The 'PLYMOUTH' CHRYSLER'S NEW FOUR CYLINDER MODEL. IS NOW AVAILABLE. The striking improvements sre immediately noticeable. It setst an entirely new standard in can design. A 'Four' that seta like a ''Six' Price £265 WATCH FOR THE NEW MODELS. 65 AND 75 AVAILABLE SHORfLY Local Dealers : The Southport Motor & Parking Co: Ltd. SCARBOROUGH-STREET. NEAR STATION. 'PHONE 37». SOUTHPORT.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

i | New Charm— New Style - | i j Now — a car you will be proud to own | FffOBI — StudebakerYNew Ersltine Six. j ««« a ? Alluring new features and championship i w9l9 performance have placed it mile* ahead of i IW --* *»r other cars in the light six class. I To obtain a real idea of this newest of new j irliMM cars, arrange a trial with your Local Dealer ? ' to-day. ' | STUDEBAKSK'S NEW ERSKINE SIX Canada Cycle & Motor Local Agent - El Agency [Q] Limited earl motors, i ^ Creak and Adelaide Streets Nonng street. Soathport. j BRISBANE [ Economy and Smoothness Correct engine design, scientific fad preparation and greatly reduced car-weight make it possible for Dodge Brothers Victory Six to deliver excep tional fuel mileage. Even when maximum power is exerted, the «m«« is smooth and quiet, due to tbe size, strength and rigidity of the 7-bearing crankshaft, and the large area of the crankshaft main bsprings. ' The Victory Six is the outstanding engineering achievement of the decad...

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Beautifying Burleigh SEA FRONT AND TOWN PLAN FRESH MOVE BY CR. BLACK [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

Beautifying Burleigh SEA FRONT AND* TOWN PLAN FRESH MOVE BY CR: BLACK Soma dn BarWIflh Hwfc ?'] be. M* of the wwst wnlous and pictnresqne ot «*r. so«tb«-» *ms tide resorts. That day will be (total put Waanl by Cr. Black ? can be carried Into affect. Cr. Bl*k ttookht tb* matter for ?ward at Last raonthSs meeting of tbe» Nerang Shire Council. Referring to It again at Saturday's meeting.he awcect u it nag wtu the engine*', was. to prepare a ptan and give an'esttaate of coat for a scheme on which tbey, could eeek a - loan up to tSOOCt Cr. Davidson replied that this was not so. No decision was co™ t°. Cr. BlacH said he would like the engineer to' draw up a scheme, env 2S£V lcarTexpe&ltuw of £5000.' 4'I don't know that it will not be t timed down,' added Cr. Black, ffo* a beUava £800 b alre^y_ear-c-aiftod for a bowline green.' He movma a notion wnbodyng tbe preparation of i rfrirftt. . Apked what his plan should cover, Qr. Black said n» thought it sheen embrace beach front improve...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

Luncheons, Afternoon Teat* Late Suppers. Theodore's Southport Cafe.

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Flappers Rule DIFFERENT IN THE OLD DAYS EASTER DANCING AT BURLEIGH [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

Flappers Rule DIFFERENT INJtJJB OLD DAYS EASTER DANCING AT BURLEIGH Burleigh's, shift cordinn tb a statement made at SMariUy's, meetea ef the Nersng SJiirs Qoiwcil, ' is dantinft there appears to be a particular partiality fat- after midnight heps sa,lut||i4fil)Kt ?«* almost boly Thcr. was als. reference to the rule ef 4flappsr, and- the change ? from the 'good .Id days.** The matter wan Introduced by * re quest from James Jarvis, fop permis kion to opn his hall for dancing there at on the .morning of Saturday, March 29, aud on Saturday night until midnight. A further request was made that again on Monday morning h. «n nwn *t 12JL Hie application covered the Easter, holi days, dodging tbe Good Friday and Easter Sunday In each Instance by five minutes, and thus saving his soul from sin by a precarioosW narrow maigin. ' * Burleigh Beans, Mr. Jarvis told the assembled councillors, was losing its popularity through permission to dance at similar hours on similar days at Christmas time. ...

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Carrier's Claim CASE FROM NERANG [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

Carrier's Claim CASE FROM NERANG John Wlatts carrier, of Nerang, tought to recover £20/19/6, which he claimed was' due for cartage, labor, and freight, from Adolphos Hoff aehild. of Beechmont, at the South, port Police Court yesterday, Mr. K. B. Price appeared foe the plaintiff, and Mil Stevens (Stevens and Tozer) for the, defendant. .... . . T)w ditfun^nnf ' ' niiU ' ' intn mil rt £9/4/9. which he claimed as full settlement. Of the balance, £8/4/9 was abandoned by tbe plaintiff, leav- ' ing £3/10/ In dispute. This this defendant said, was for a sulkv and harness), whicb he denied having bought, as alleged bv plain tiff. Mc. Price contended that the ac count for tbe sulky and harness was not included in tbe claim and £3 pre viously paid by the defendant? was payment on samel This the defendant denied, and said * the payment was for enrtage and freight. Tbe P.M. found that the account for the sulky was Included in the claim, and as no prcof could be gWen that the defepdant had bought...

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Nerang Shire Valuations NEW RATES FIXED [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

Nerang Shire Valuations ? NEW RATES FIXED 11 Re pert life to the monthlv meeting of the Nerancr SMre Council on Satur day, when' the new rates were fixed, the clerk reported: — - piVislM* 3 As it was not possible to oatia-' fsctoiSly arrange for a land tax valuer to assist in the valuations of - Division 3, and as a further offer' was made by Mr. Kfncaim, to complete in valuation of the whole of the division for 196, the members for tthat divi sion were communicated with and agreed to accept Ms. Kin aid's offer. The valostkm la to be cooxpleted for tbe April meeting and all properties are to be visited. — This action w** enddncd. Dlybha 4. MJastsnwrts — The necessary adjust ments to the Burleigh and district valuations, hi accordance with the re ductions made in tbe Appead Court, 'have been nwde. - The adjustments show a reduction of 16650 on the 1928 /' valuation. In one or two caus tKs ? values have been raducad balaw the 1927 f tgure., but these »t« in portions 1C and 16a in the ...

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Orange Procession GRAND LODGE SESSION AT SOUTHPORT [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

Orange Procession GRAND LODGE 'SESSION AT SOUTHPORT The ''Lovers of Liberty,' Loyal Orange Lod|ge, Southport, wrote to Tuesday's Council meeting asking penmisslon to cany out a street pro cession on Easter Sunday; also re questing -permission to allow tbe Model Band to lead the procession. Tbe Grand Lodge sessions are to be held in Sontbport at Easter for the first time. It was decided to grant tha request on a motion by Aid. Andrews, second ed bv Aid. Shepherd. It was al-o decided to congratulate the lodge on the visit of Its officensj

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

: To Clear 'Off-colour' Teeth M OW dull, dingy, 'off -co! or' teetlT A are restored to dazzling whiteness In a new 'Way. Ugly teeth soon will disappear* this way. . Leading dentists urge it widely. For it protects the teeth and firm* tender gums. It works by removing a dingy film that forms on your teeth* and dulls them by absorbing discolorations from food* smoking, etc. , * Old-type dentifrices failed to remove it successfully. That's why brushing thus far* failed you. * Beneath it are the teeth you envy in others. Remove it, for your own sake. One's whole appearance changes as dear* white teeth come. * The name is Pepsodent/ Thousands now employ it. Pg-ps^dgKl Sold everywhere m two sues. ZGU J. r N. Skelton j* BUTCH# . QUEEN AND SCARBOROUGH SfREETS ? SOUTHPORT Orders eaBad for- Daily «»d Prompt ' Delivery to Town Residents. Three Deliveries each week to Bonowa and BondalL For 1001b. or 501b. lots CORNED BEEF . CANNOT BE EXCELLED ~ ' - COUNTRY CUSTOMERS A SPECIALTY. ... W. J. Kirk...

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£200 in Fines POTENTIAL KILLERS GET HIT BUSY DAY AT SOUTHPORT COURT [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

£200 in Fines POTENTIAL KILLfeRS GET HIT BUSY DAY AT SOUTHPORT COURT Fine9 amounting to £200, were im posed by acting i'-M. J. J. Lahoy, for Oreaches of the Traffic Act at tbe Southpcit Police Court, yesteiday. Most of these we re for speeding. Sgt. Shersby prosecuted for the Main Roaida Commission, and Mr. M'Cowan supported thie Council's prosecutions. William Osborne Hall, of Mulian - street. Red Hill, Brisbane, charged with drivirfe a car at 39.23 miles an boor was fined £7. Leonard Donald DangarfiekJ, Salt Btneet, Albion, driving a car 37% ' * miles an hour, £6. Horace Orr. Swan Road, Tarings, ' driving a cat at 37% miles an hour, S6L Ed wand Cecil Hopgood, School street, Yeronga, drivirfc a car at 37 H miles an hour, ML John Joseph Murphy, Canungra, driving a calr at 39 miles an hour, £7. RichaSd Francis Stephen. Pope street, Dutton Paric. Brisbane, driv ing a car at 37% miles an hour, £6. Jameb S. M'Coraoack, c/o Bank of - . * N& Wales, Brisbane, driving a car. at 37% ...

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