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THE NEW FORD TRUCKS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
THE NEW FORD TRUCKS It is claimed that the New Ford 30cwt. truck, now on display by authorised Fond dealers throughout Australia, is as impel t-*nt an alvance in conrreicial transport as the New Fond Car in the field of passenger vehicles. Built specifically to meet the exnetintr conditions of Australian (roads and having come through ex haustive tests over o lengthy period the new truck is said to hive de finitely proved its «turdines3, nellu bility, speed and power. There are thiee types available. Series 'L' with standard transmis sion, three speeds forward and one reverse. Series 'M' is derslgr«d for abnormal road conditions having the Ford -designed dual transxission giv ing six speeds forward and two Ire verse. Its gear reductions range from C.8 to 1 'in hfch grc-r to 31.19 to 1 in extreme low. Seilies 'H' for work hitherto regnrdeid as beyond the cap acity of 30cwt. and even lager trucks. It has nine forward speeds and three reverse, piling gear reductions (rang ing from five...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
Pier PAVILION THIS SATURDAY JOHN 8ILBERT, la The Cossacks Mighty Drama, Supreme Thrills, and a wondeWul love story. — And — DYNAMITE, the wMr Dog, In The Four Footed Ranger Action! Couteget Daring! Thrills Galore! Plat at Hwtf. Tfcuaii 344 NEXT TUESDAY PRISCILLA BONNER ta Golden Shackles A stertih*t photodrama teeming with romance and rensationa — And — By Special Request BUSTER K EATON «TKe Sheik of Old Mnddy Waters,' in Steamboat Bill Jr. IN ADDITION The Beautiful Tcehnieoler. Cleopatra COMEDY ? GAZETTE Try Our Prices First TOU CANNOT. DO BETTER THAN BUT FBOM W. R. Smith CASH & CARRY GROC&R, NEWSAGENT AND STATIONER 2HB CHEAPEST HOUSE IN TOWN AMD Tmm PLACE (OR 1BE BKtiu SERVICE Having taken over the Newsagency and Stationery BusU nasi of MR& M. A. JACKMAN, near the Railway Station, I wish to advise that In conjunction with ssma I am ren ting a CASH AND CARRY GROCERY STORE. A FEW OF OUR OASH AND GARRY PRICES ARE: — IXL Tomato Sauce, lid.; IXL Preserved Fruits...
Monument Fence OAR OWNER TO REPAIR [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
Monument Fence OAR OWNER TO REPAIR Arising out of the minutes of the previous meeting. Aid. Troyahn in quired at the Southport Council meet ing on Tuesday, if the fence around the monument, which hod been ^dam aged by a motor collision,' had been replied - by Mn Kirkpatrick as directed by the Council. When told this was not done he moved that MH Kirkpatrick be advised that if the wdrk is not done by him the Council would cany it out at his ex pense. Mr. Krkpatrick was then com rmlnicated with and promised to have the worflc done immediately. It is sometimes very difficulty to chop or grate finely cheese that has become stale and hard, but If put through the mincer it will be much nicer and takes half the time.
ART. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
ART. . The refining influence it the stiidiy of art, which it the to'lenee of beauty; and I find that every nun value! evqry tcrkp of k now- led ga in art, every observation of his own it In 'it. evenr hint he hat caught' from another. For tho Iawt of beauty are the beauty of beauty, aad-tive the 'mind ? the tame or a higher Joy than the tight of 'it glvet the tensei. The study of art it of high value to the growth of tho intelfecL — — Einerson.
Change Wanted POSITION OF SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
Change Wanted POSITION OF SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL The Southport branch of the R.S.S.I.L.A. do not like the position of the memorial monument, and at Tuesday's meeting of the Council, a letter was read drawing attention to the matter. It was pointed out that since the completion of the road alongside the Esplanade, the monument appears to be about two feet below the street levels. This was unsightly and s-jo:lt the appeaqance of both the monument and Esplanade. They suggested thit the Monument be raised to .coincide with the levels of the street on shift ed bodily to a position on Jetty Hill or at the intersection of Queen-street and the Esplanade facing Jubilee bridge. ' ' Aid. Stokes said the present site was a good one, but the monument wanted shlftlmr farthdr back. Aid. Proud n-.oyed that a committee consisting of members of the Courcll, R&S.LUA., and trustees of the monument confer and report bade to the Council. Ttfs wag seconded by Aid. Stokes and carried. On a motion bv Ai...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
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Had a Cheek COUNCIL AND P.O. DEPARTMENT [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
Had a Cheek COUNCIL AND P.Ol DEPARTMENT Writing? in '.reply to a previous let ter bv tne Council the Postmaster General's Department disclaimed all responsibility in regard to the survey peg wh!J- had been removed by offi celrs of the department while repair litc a damaged cable on the Marine Parade, in a communication read at the Southport Council on Tuesday. They advised the Council to have a conci)ete pec plated in place of the former one. The letter referred to had been written because of the expense caused to the Council in having the survey carried out, and the expense whlcM would be incurred in having another survey nude. It was remarked that it was like the Department's cheelk to 'remove the peg and not replace it. In commenting on the Department's action the Mayor said St appeared as im they could do as they liked. He would like to have the whole history of the case placed in the bands of the Federal member, who might en deavor to make the Department lealise their responsib...
IN THE REALM OF SPORT Willow Wielders Butchers v. Sawmillers [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
IN THE REALM OF SPORT of Willow Wielders Butcher* v. SawmiBers ? Unitv »s strength might well have I been the motto of the Southport but L chers. for they united to seme purposo on San day when they vanquished the sawxnillera (Johnston and Freeman), in a social game of cricket at tho Southpoct show grounds. Although no big scores were recorded and quacks were numerous, the playeis _ were triers to a nun. and played the game In a true sporting spirit. Scopes : — Sawmill — First Innings A. Williams, b Akes ? 8 W. Dennis, b Pearson ? 2 K. Freeman, b O'Shea ? ?? 0 A. Rosin, b O'Shea ? 12 P. Wlrisht, c and b Akes ? 0 E. Bailey, not out ? 0 - F. Bailey, b Quirk.. ? 0 F. Melrose, run out ? 0 J. Wyatt, b Meliose ? 0 W. Chini, run out ? ? 0 S. Sykes. b Melrose ? 0 Sundries ? 10 ' 32 Iiowl inf. — \V. O'Shea. i for 7; I'eHr ton, l for 6: Akes. 2 for 6; Quirk, 1 . for 2; Meliose, 2 for 1; E. O'Shea, 1 for 0. J Bnichers — First Innings E. Pearson, b E. Bailey ? 3 R. Akes, c F. Melrose, b P. Wrig...
Search for Oil PROPOSED BEAUDESERT SYNDICATE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
Search for Oil PROPOSED BEAUDESERT SYNDICATE There was a fairly ldrge attendance at a ir.eeting held in the Technical Hall, Beaudesett, on March 8, for the purpose of considering a proposal to ? bore fo!r oil in the Beaudesert district Mr. C. Philp, who is very much in terested in the scheme, and has put much time in exploring as well as preliminary work along with other gentlemen, was present, and gave an otulir.e as to whit had been done. In connection with the formation of the. syndicate. A lease has been secured of ceitaln property within a short dis tance of tho town. Arrangements have been :nade for a scout boUe to be sunk immediately, and It is expect ed tHt the plant will be on the ground within a week, and that opera tions will commence in actually sink ing the bore within a fortnight. The *? object of tho meetlrfe was to give tin residents of the Beaudesert district an opportunity of secuHng an interest in the bore bv the taking of shares. Mr. J. Plunkett is acting as secr...
Inter-District Cricket Southport v. Beenleigh [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
Inter-District Cricket Sontbnort v. Beenltl&h The semi-final match, for the Webh Shield, was commenced at Luscomba on Saturday afternoon, between teams (representing the Southport and Dis trict Cricket Association. The gams was at an interesting stage when rain stopped play, and it Is to be played out at Southport on Saturday week. Scores : — Southpdrt, 153 (Dowling 28, Bamb linjj 54, J. Oxenford 29). Bowling: Watts, four wickets for 27 runs; H. Watts, two for 12; T. Burrows, one for 25: G. Burrows, one for 7; G. Kidd, ' none for 29. Beenleigh and District, two tar 63. (S. Watts not out 21, J. Watts, not out 18). Bowling: N. Ban-.bling, cnc wicket for 15 tuns; L. Oxenford. n-br.c for 10; R. Qxer.fo'.id. 1 for 18; W H. Dowlinjr, r.onc for 7.
Anzac Day SOUTHPORT CELEBRATIONS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
Anzac Day SOUTHPORT CELEBRATIONS in a letter to the Southport Council the local Returned Soldiers made the following suggestions for the cele bration's of Anzac Day. 1. That the morning ceremony* at the monument be left in the hands of the Returned Soldiers as In previous yearS-Th^t some effOIt be made to have the evening cdnemony made more attractive, rossibly taking the foiro of a concert. ? 3. 'I hat'.' as tlw Premier . has ex pressed the desire that Queensland employers should voluntarilv accep Anzac Dav as a close holiday, the Ccuncil isk Soutbp-.tit busiresi m?n to fall into line and make the 25tn of April a clpse sacred holiday In Southport. ? .. Regarding the second suggestion, the Mayor remarked that he was do ing all in his power to arrange a sacied and classical concert for the night. . . . The Clerk read a ropy of an advert issment which had been drafted ask ing all business rren to co-opetrate in making Anzac Day a close holiday. Aid. Shilllto moved that the League be c...
Nerang Club [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
Ncrang Club The monthly shoot of the above club was held this week-end, thirteen shoo te fls taking palrt. Conditions were hard, owing* to bad light and a tricky mirage. The winner was T. Swanson who shot well, scoring '90 eff the rifle and 18 handicap. Fol lowing are the scores (first four be ing prize winners): — 300 600 o.r. Tl. T. Swanson (18) .. 44 46 90 108 A. H. Soegaand (5).. 43 51 94 99 A. Soegaand (10) .. 45 44 89 99 R. Walker (24).. .. 35 40 76 99 C. Wi Mills (8).. .. 44 46 90 98 E. J. Andrews (11).. 37 47 84 95 J. J. Tucket (5).. .. 40 48 83 93 H. Baumann (10) . . 36 45 81 91 F. X Rosin (18).. .. 27 46 73 91 L. V. Soesaajrd (scr.) 40 48 88 88 J. Goodfellow (15) .. 33 40 73 88 O. Bodnw (25) .. .. 30 32 62 87 R. Jlmmieson (28) . . 23 29 52 80
Requests to Council NERANG STREET LIGHTS MEYER'S FERRY IMPROVEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
Requests to Conncil NERANG STREET LIGHTS MEYER'S FERRY 1MPP.OVEMENTS A request was^eceived at Tuesday s Southport Council meeting from Southport Chamber of Commerce to replace the present street lamp at the Intersection fit Neranfc and Scarbor^ ouch s Greets with nn overhead one and iristal a silent cop for the guid ancn of traffic. Also to provide adequate supplies drinldmr water at Meyer's Ferry for the laijse number of visi tors who will be camping there dur ii« the Easter holidays * The Mayor said that the matter ol , ^ the comes had been thrashed cut ' years ago. The inefiularity was the problem adn he considered that the light was a help bi gu'dine tiaffl^ Aid. Heisner moved, and Aid. StOKes seconded, and it was carried that tbP light be allowed to Iremain. ? AM. Troyahn. considered that It should be allowed to remain, he haa recently shown what would haippen to the traffic if the post was re moved. It now hid the effect ol Mowing down speedsters, and theie ' fore ensuring gre...
School Swimmers SOUTHPORT HOUSE EVENTS MORE FINE SWIMMING [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
School Swimmers SOUTHPORT HOUSE EVENTS MORE FINE SWIMMING Although unusually high tides mili tated against speedy turning, scma fast times weie registered st the an nual house Swimming championsh'p of the Southport School at the Pier baths on Mondiy. Undrubtfd ability was s'loivn ty many of the competitors, and, with the reputation of his houses at stake, every boy gave of his best. The racing was always close and interesting, and except for a delay in getting the turning boards in a satis factory position owing to tbe high tide, was expeditiously dispatched. ' The events were accompanied by salvos of cheers as the boys in ths gallery barracked for their respective hotrsesL As on the previous Monday, Jaok Cran was the particular star, and re produced his best form. G. Betts and j. Parker wese also consistent pier formers among the senlol.s. The honors of the day went to . McKinley House in the senior events, and Thorola House among the jun'ors. The total points gained by the vari ou...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
BURLEIGH PLUMBING WORKS E. H. Co MEYERS, PLUMBER AND GALVANISED IRON WORKER, JAMES-ST, BURLEIGH HEADS. ?PHONE 33. Contract price* for all Classes ol Roofing ana Tank Making, Store*. Plunge and Shower Baths, Water Heatert, Etc. Windmills Supplied and Erected. FIRST CLASS WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED A TRIAL SOLICITED Estate T. J. Higgins & Co. Southport Sale! Sale!! Sale!!! By Instructions from the PUBLIC CURATOR, ALL GOODS IN THE ABOVE ESTATE TO BE SOLD, REGARDLESS OF COST. Including DRAPERY, BOOTS AND SHOES, Etc. Also SPRING-CART, HORSE, HARNESS, AND SPRING OARTS. FIRE PROOF SAFE, MOTOR TRUCK, SHOW CASES. Etc.. Etc. H. J. F. Lougheed, (Late HOLDEN BROS.), HOUSE & COACH PAINTER. | SIGNWRITERS, CAR ENAMELLERS. § ?Phoae MS. 1 Agents for RIPOLIN ENAMEL. i SOARBOROUBH-ST, SOUTHPORT. P T. C. Andrews HOUSE, LAND & GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT. CENTRAL AUCTION MART. NERANG STREET. SOUTHPORT. Agent fort | A.M.P, Life Assurance, ' l London Guarantee and Accident I Co., Ltd. Pat...
ART [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
ART ( The names of great painters arc tike passing-bells j in the name of Velasquez you hear sounded the fall' of Spaini In the name of Titian, that or Venice; in the name of Leonardo, that of flHiani in the name of Raphael, that of Rome, And there is profound justice in this, for in proportion to the nobleness of the power is the guilt of its nse for purposes vain or vife; end hitherto the greater the art, the more surely has it been used, and used solely. Ton the decoration of pride or the provoking of sensuality, — Ruskfa.
"SOME" COOKS—AND SOME NOT MR. J. D. STEELE RELATES HIS EXPERIENCES Out in the Wild Ways of Queensland [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
'SOME' COOKS-AND SOME NOT MR. J. D. STEELE RELATES HIS EXPERIENCES Out in the Wild Ways of Queensland Cooks — temperunentil cooks, Wrilimniil cooks; cooks that pleated you and cooks that phase themselves! fat cooks, and lean cooks; cooks who tlekfe ycur palate, anil cooks who spoil the broth — what experience have you had of them ; or would you like to know scrr.e ^ thing about them from one who has? Mr. J. D. Steele, (Retired Staff Surveyor)) of Heathcote, South port, lies had 'some' cooks. & 'Yei, during my 42 years as a surveyor, 27 years as a licensed (now p' authorised) surveyor and 15 y»rs on the staff, I have indeed had _ Heme' cookf,*' said Mr. Steele to a BulTetln representative. K The greatest trouble was always in the engagement of a cook who | had to do the washing of my undy clothing, says Dir. Steele. J 'Well do I lemimbcr an applicant r lor the vacant pot (a cook) whilst i survtyine at 1 hargomindah in 1889 — by Joe, -JO' years ego — who, on bein); told Uat he...
DAY AT MID-CURRUMBIN SPORTS GATHERING AND EXHIBITION Mingling Pleasure and Education [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
DAY AT MID-CURRUMBIN SPORTS GATHERING AND EXHIBITION Mingling Pleasure and Education If conditions bad been ordered they could not have been bet ter than M Saturday last, when the fanners of Curronbin, with their latest innovation, the Pig mU Caff Club for the children, held ^ a competition. The display in this connection was a miniature show in itself, A bright, cloudless sky from which the wann sun poured down beneficently, persuaded the hdies to wear their brightest and pretti est garments, which threw a brilliant splash of color againpt the bright green of the wefl kept garden of the State School, with its overhanging willows and other shady trees which at all times presents a pretty picture. Quite 200 people attended the gathering. Secretary Tredwell. alone with his committee, were as busy as bees. Mr. h. Vemey, dairy inspector. De partment of Agriculture and Stock, Biisbane, officiated as 'judge in the calf competition. Mr. H. Aitchison, along with Mr. Verney, 'put the acid' o...