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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (Tallebudgera). [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (TUie budgera). Tallebudgera— 11 un. Lower Currumbin— 2J0 p™ Mudgeeraba— 7J0 D-m. Rev. W. R- COWAN.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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PRESBYTERIAN SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

. i PRESBYTERIAN SERVICES. ' Nerang— 11 am Southport — 7jo nm. Sunday School — 2.30 pm . - Rev. W. A. Hardier BJW (Congre gational Minister). Minister: Rev. P. MUNRO.

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

ROMAN CATB0UC CHURCH. Southport. — Mass: Every Sunday, at 7 aJa; 10 am an Second Sunday of every month, and on 4th Sunday when 5 Sundays in tbe month Evening Devotions : Every Sunday at 7.30, except the last Sunday. Burleigh Heads — 10 am. on 1st Sunday In th* month. Nerang. Mass ; Every 3rd Sunday at 10 am. Upper Coomera,— Mass: Erny last Sunday at 10.30 ajn, and Evening Devotions at 7JS0 PA

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Church Services. ST. PETER'S, SOUTHPORT. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

Church Services. ST. PETER'S. SOUTHPORT 7.30 am. Holy Communion ' (every Sunday). 10 am* Holy Communion (Sung), 1st, 3rd, and Sth Sundays; Mattins, 2nd and 4th Sundays. 7.30 pa, Erensoiv (Every Sunday) NERANG. — 2nd Sunday in month, 8 ul, Holy Communion; 4th Sunday in month, 3 pm.. Evensong. UPPER COOMERA*— 2nd .Sunday in month: 11 tm, Holy Communion Feb, April, Jane, Aag, Oct. 'add - Dec.) ; 2 pjo, Evenaoog (Jul. Mar., May. July. Sept. and Nov.). ' OXENFORD. — end Sunday In month : 11 m. Holy Conananlon (Jan. Maxell May, July, Sept, Nor.) ; 2 pun, Evensoo* (Ifcfc, April, June, Ang. Oct, and Dec.). REV. V. H. WHrTEHOUS.1

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Albert Election MR. A.J.L. POPE'S CANDIDATURE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

Albert Election MR. A. J. L. POPE'S CANDIDATURE ? A correspondent writes: — Mr. A. J. L. Pope, who has con tented to contest the Albert seat In tbe forthcoming State elections, is well and favorably known throughout the district. Mr. Pope was educated at the Brisbane Grammar School, and having gained commercial experience with the ES. and A. Bank, com menced farming qpdratiom in the Logui Villafee district fifteen years ago. Durng that period he has al ways taken a keen interest, in public matters and primary producer oi*anl cflttnn /v. «Im formation of the - Queensland {Vomers' Union he was a branch secretary, a delegate to the Logan and Albert District Council, and also a delegate to Farmers' Conferences fn Brisbane. On the formation 'of ' the- Queensland Pro ducers' Association he was elected a member of the South Ooast District Council, and acted in an honorary capacity as Its first secretary, remain ing a member until the association was tecogntsed on a sectional basis. In loca...

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Values Go Up COOLANGATTA FIGURES [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

Values Go Up COOLANGATTA FIGURES The Coolangatta Town Council re ceived - from the town clerk at Its meeting this week the revaluation of Nc. 1 Ward of the municipality, the main business section of the town. The total of the new valuations Is £65,925. as against £53,625 in 1928. an increase of 24 pet1 cent. In the Rain bow Bav ansa a number of blocks were dlghtly increased In value, and others were- decreased on account of the sand drift.' The majority of tbe increases weqe tnalde in the main busi ness section of the town, where in some cases the valuations wens in creased by 116 per cent. The 'valua- tions were adopted. KWi Sstelly Praia On the recommendation of the Cmimhsloner eC Health. Brisbane, a scheme far remedying the nuisance caused by the sllthtg up of Kin-a ?toon water drain, prepansl bv Mr. A. E. Harding Frew, and nvolving an expenditure of £2000, was adopted.

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Southern Fruit Markets [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

Southern Fruit Markets The Committee of Direction of Fruit Marketing, market (reports : — MELBOURNE, by wire, 26th inst— Bananas, anticipate no alteration on 'ast Friday's prices which were ; 26/ to 28/: choice. 21/ to 25/: standard, 15/ to 19/: pineapples, smooth 12/ to 16/: passions. 8/ to 15/: apoles, 9/ to 14/; ipeiiiis, 6/ to 9/: peaches, 5/ to 10/; plums, 3/ to 5/: d.npes, 12/ to 16 ': tomatoes, 7/ to 14/. SYDNEY, hy wire. 26th inst. — Ban- anas. special 30/ to ?2/; choice, 20/ to 27/: standa:(ds. 12/ to 15/; pine apples. smooth 8/ to 15/; plum«, halves 3/ to 8/: peaches, halves, 4/ to 7/- Rwlpes, white 3/ to 8': black. 4/ to 12/; pears, bushels 6/ to 11/; apples, dessert 10/ to 14': cookeis. 7/ to 12,': tomatoes, 7/ to 12/.

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Pier Pavilion THIS SATURDAY William Haines in "Telling the World" [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

Pier Pavilion* THIS SATURDAY wllllcm Haines In *Telling the World* The story Is packed with swift action, tender, romance and screaming farce. The states great personal tal ent is portrayed in his first interview with the city editor of a daily news paper, whom he tricks Into giving him a position as reporter, and it doesn't let up till 'The Enff' flashes past, after tbe theme of the story has fol lowed the one and only girl into the midst of a Chinese revolution from wUkI. afar finally mescues her. ?Won an ths Ctaads' A1 Wilson, the air ace, in an action packed, gripping love story, dealing with the air and darkest Africa. A love story that will pull at your heart strings* Action that will tingle down your spine ! These and a hundred otbn: thrills await you when you see the picture.

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NEXT TUESDAY "Not Quite a Lady" [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

NEXT TUESDAY 'Not Quite a Lady' Depictbfe the romance of a charm ing little oabanet danseuse who be' comes engaged to a wealthy young man, whose mother objects to the union. And how the scheming mother at last prevents her son macryiqg. Very lavish cabaret scenes and peeps at bright sparkling comedy plus good acting and production put this feature amongst the most entertaln iitg British features ever made. 'Tlie stronger will'' The story concerns one of the cap tains of finance In Wall-street. He . pennils business to come before his love affairs with the result that both become badly tangled. Unravelling thorn is almost as detailed a job as umavelling the tangled skeins of a mixed up financial affair and the keen Wall-stl.ieet mind Is seen as adept in affairs of the heart as In those of finance.

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Beenleigh Show Society ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

Beenleigh Show Society ANNUAL MEETING The report submitted to the annual meeting of the Beenleigh Show Society last -week disclosed a successful year, so far as the exhibition went, though there was a debit balance of £123, with the bank overdraft at £129. . EleetisW of Oificew Patrons : On the motion of tbe pre sident, the Hon. J. G. Ajppd. M-UAu Capit. Joe. F^ancta, M.P., ' and Mr. B M. King, M.L.A., were elected patrons. Hon. Auditors : . Mesqrs. P. O. NeiV sen and G. F. Dauth, jun. Hon. treasurer * Mr. A. W. Bide. Conxrittee; Messta. G. F. Dauth, W. .Hedk,.M. T. Schneffer. W. KMnH schirSdt, B. & Feachegr, W. F. Ban ml, Tbos. Wolff. D. Curtis, A. Vei vesrs^ W. Sclsntdt, W. Lubach, E. Ot J. Richter, IL Saverin, H. Rehfeldt, E. FaA, A. W. Bale El I* Moran, John W. Latimer, J. & Sclmridt. T. Miller, L. J. Shewan, A. J. C. MJOs, W. N- Hine, W. F. Benfer and A. C- Brebsner. - The President, in dosing the' meet ing, thanked members for thefe- as sstiuicfl. Subsequent to...

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

BBII CB A I BUM .rfSfck REFUSE SDBSITTD Kby jtAli KUPi tggp must cn~*£ - Metandin Band under Government- Supervision JAUfliHW OBTAINABLE AT ALL HOTELS v

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

St. Hilda's School SOUTHPORT. Church of England Grammar School for Girls. For prospectus and all particulars ftFfly — WINIFRED L FTTTOCK. BLA_ Prlndpet. K. B. PRICE SOLICITOR, BARNES' CORNER, ? ? (Oppoaite Put Office), . SOUTHPORT. VMta Nannie evsry Tueadaj; Bu*» la%h every Wedneaday afternoon. 'PHONE 453. WHEN THERE IS CARRYING TO BE DONE KINGSTON IS THE HAN TO DO IT. A. P. KINBSTON, *Phoae 3. — Stcveos -street. No jumpy feeling NOW when I drive Nothing relieves this tension so effec tively is Wrigley's. The act of chewing, ts motorists hive discovered, his a gentle soothing effect. The healthful cleansing action of Wrigley's refreshes the mouth -». lilies the nerves. CONSTIPATION The Origin of Most~IOiiuMs Constipation is like staffing up the ?ewers of the city, and keeping all the filth in them till they are filled with poison and corrnption, breeding disease and pestilence. When the bowels are clogged, the waste matter decays and ferments, and enters the blood, and is carried to...

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READING FOR CHILDREN A COMPLIMENT FROM POLLY [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

/ finmniniiiiiuniiiniimiuiiiuiuiuuiiuuuiiuuwnuiu ? m ?????? ? | READING FOR CHILDREN j A COMPLIMENT FROM POLLY i ('Ms MagazlneT') . j There was once a londy old lady i who lived in a country village. She cften thought of the happy past when her sisters bad lived with bee and had I loved her, and she grew very sad. I There were not many peopla to care J for hec now, nobody to .tell ber that } (she looked nice In her. pretty pnaavfe { silk shawls. Utas Bristowe; though ahe was eighty, secretly longed some I ^ »lmaq fra. sufils kat- a Mimnlta 1 roent ! [ She did all ber own work, this dear j old Uuly, In her tiny cottage; . bat once she grew 111 with a very bad ! throat, and then a village felrl called j Polly, who lived' near by, came over of her own accord 'and looked after her. Hiss Brlstowe was so delighted that when she was better she treated Polly to ber Ini 'are to l»:dr.n. Pollj'- brothers, A tin', and Wil fred, did not take a . great deal of _ ! interest in tbe expedition, and...

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LATEST NEWS FOR THE DOG [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

LATEST NEWS FOR THE DOS A d(g's life will, be a happier one and a safer one in tbe future than it baa been for' hundreds of years; be cause a preventive of the distemper which threatens every puppy's life has been found. ' It is 'the mult of five yean of patient search at MCI Hill, in Eng land wherte the laboratories of the Medical RaseardrOoancll are situated and the Investgator*. of whom the chief is Dr. Laidlaw, aided by Mr. F. W. Dunkin, have had many disap pointments and set-backs. But now tb«y know beyond a doubt that by a double InnOcaiatioa of a dog they can protect it against distemper as surely as a human being can be protected against asaall-pox. Five of the best working years of a scientific man's life and £50,000 have been spent on securing' this charter of health for the dogs of the future. Half the money has been spent un grudgingly by dog. lovera. The best thwrfc about the discovery, which will some Hay sweep dog dis temper from the world, is thkt the time and effort...

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NORMAN GIRL'S DRESSES [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

NORMAN GIRL'S DRESSES A quaint and stir, prism/ find has been made bv Mr.'S. E. Winbolt while digging on a mound on LynwicJc es tate in Surrey, in England. At first he thought the mound had been taised over a prehistoric bulla!, but he -« no'v wire it i« the site of a Noijnan watch tower. He has found floor tiles, pottdry. charcoal, and— part of a garment. Breaking up a lump of clay Borne four feet down In case It should con tain a potsheitd he found instead a piece of blue fabric: ''Will It wear 7' we can imagine the Noisnan maiden asking rather sus piciously; and the merchant would vow that it would last a lifetime. He was right. Eight centuries have not faded It.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

IN MEMORIAM   BANHAM. — In loving memory of my dear son, Francis George, who   passad away on March 4th, 1926. Gone but not forgotten. (Inserted by his father and mother, brother and sisters).

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77 on Tuesday JOHN SIGANTO'S BIRTHDAY [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

77 on Tuesday JOHN SIGANTO 'S BIRTHDAY Ald. John Siganto's 77th birthday came round on Tuesday, and the Southport Council, which was in ses- sion, helped him to celebrate it. It was a happy thought of Mayor Grice, when he heard of his honored colleague's birthday to order glasses to be filled. The health of Mr. Siganto was pro- posed by Ald. Proud, senior alderman of the Council, and supported by the Town Clerk, who has seen 31 years of service. These and other members of the Council spoke of the qualities which had endeared Ald. Siganto to every member of the council, and hade him respected by the public. Mr. Lather said they did not always agree, but they both knew how to be friends when they came outside. All wished Aid. Siganto many happy returns of the day, and sang 'For He's a Jolly Good Fellow.' Mr. Siganto thanked his colleagues for the kindly sentiments expressed, and he joined in the hope that they would all be together for a good while.

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CAR EFFICIENCY UNEVEN RUNNING [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929

CAR EFFICIENCY UNEVEN RUNNING After having exhausted all the usual methods of eliminating uneven running in an old car. it may prove to be well worth while to turn the attention to the valve springs, as, because of the arduous con ditions under which these operate, they tend to lose their temper in course of time, and one or more weak springs may cause the uneven tun ning. A simple way of testing the valve springs is to start the engine end let it idle. Then force a screw driver between two of the coils of each spring in tarn to give a slight twist -so as that the tension of the spring will be increased. Should the engine speed up at all when this Is done to any one spring. It is apparent that this spring is weak. and a new one win effect a cure. Sometimes, of course, more than one new spring will be required. Weak valve springs are irore common in small, high-speed erjgines than in large capacity power units.

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Coomera Bridge COUNCIL EXPRESSES APPRECIATION [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929

Coomera Bridge COUNCIL EXPRESSES APPRECIATION In referring to the informati'n that tenders had been called for ths construction of a bridge over the Coomera River, the Mayor at Tues day's meeting of the Southport Coun cil, remarked that it wds something of great Importance to Southfort, and he thought that the Council should express tHsdr; appreciation to the Main Roads Commission. This, it was decided to do, or. the proposition of Aid. Beale, seconded by Aid. Shil llto.

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FOR THE MOTORIST PLATE NUMBER ONE ON NEW STUDEBAKER A FITTING TRIBUTE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929

RSSgSSS ? ? ? : ::= = : = = ^;:;S55-5i;;5:=fi':r= 1 FOR THE MOTORIST PLATE NUMBER ONE ON NEW STUDEBAKER A FITTING TRIBUTE In a search of Traffic Department's recdrtds the interesting fact is reveal ed that N-3.W. number-plate '1' has been held by the same citizen of Syd ney since number-plates weie issued. That citizen Is Mr. G. O. Hyde, of Rangers road, North Sydney, and he possesses the udded ditslnction of holding also paver's License No. 1, also since drivel's licenses were is- ' sued more than 20 years ago. The coveted plate has been used, of course, on many cads since Mr. Hyde first became a motorist. In recent 3 ears he transferred it temporarily to a relative, Mr. T. E. Aitnytage, managing dire tor of the Sydney Furnishing Factory, and in a search for the outstanding csr on which to use the plate, Mr. Armytage. of course, selected a new Studcbaker model. Hike Mil Hyde, he too, has been a motorist for many years, and like most motorists he has fettled on the StmJebaket? as gl...

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