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HINTS FOR HOUSEHOLDERS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929

HINTS FOR HOUSEHOLDERS When cooking, save making a mess on your dishing-up cloth Or table by keeping a plate ready on which to put down the knives, forks, and spoons, which you are using as you prepare tbe meal. Burn rubbish as you go vor.-i Uj not wait to collect a quantity. If you cannot do this, have a pail with a strainer so that any liquid drains off. and wfrap the dry refuse in piccei, of newspaper before putting it Into the ash bint' But whenever rubbish may be burnt, burn It. Do not collect quantities of dirty utensils. In the times which always occtfti when you are waiting for some thing to boil or soak or finish heat ing, do some washing op. Then when the meal is served and you are tilled you will not And a sink full of things to clean. If when making cakes, grated lemon rind is used instead of lemon essence, it should be mixed in when ths flour is added. If put into the whites of 4gg 3 before they tire beaten they will r.ot rise. Note too that eggs must never be whipped i...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929

WOMAN. She who mains her husband and chilore* happy, who reclmn* tbe one from vie®, and trains Up tbe other, to virtue, is a pester character than ladles described in romcnee. whose whole otenpn tion b to nardar mankind with their eyes^-Goldxrath.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Women and the Home SEVEN COMMANDENTS FOR 6000 TEETH [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929

ivr v- fr:*:;: e .=:=:=;-EiS£:5i=i-ga ?: ? ?? dt Women and the Home SEVEN COMMANDMENTS FOR GOOD TEETH . By A Specialist Decay of teeth is canned By tho fer mentation of fodd that sticks on oq between the teeth after meals. Acid Is formed from the food, and this acid eats a hole into tho teeth. It is only 'starchy' and ?'sugary' foods that foqsi acid in the mouth. It is most important that tbe jaws ?hoold be well grown and the teeth tegular. This is tynxigbt aboat by breathing tbrocght tha nose from birth onward, and by chewing and gnawing. If the jaws are small and the teeth ovetrcrowdeid, mastication cannot he properly performed, ani tbe food will be left clinging to tbe teeth after meal*,, and the teeth will decay. Prepeq (trowing Jaw In order that the jaws and teeth shall grow protperly and tbe teeth be kept clean and free from decay, you should observe the followiife tales (1) As soon as an infant needs foca other than nilk (8 to 9 months), give It in a solid farm, such as crust...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929

HAIR HINTS IMPORTANCE OF THE SHAMPOO 'It should not be necessary to tell glrfs that unless they shswrpoo *»- eulariy thev will never po*ws beauU ful hair. Yet what a lot there J?re who onlv shampoo once a month ! You thould shampoo at least once a week. Always use some good shampoo ana ir. fee it in very hot water until it has a really good lather. Having dons this mix your rlnslrfc powder— also in Hot water — so that it will be i*ady when you want it. Cover your head with lather and then hib it in with the fintret tfps. When vou have made the scalp really tingle — and not before —apply the sinslne water, and finally finish off with scene clear warm - water. Rain water is be3t if you can get it. Dry the hair thoroughly with towels, which for preference, shou'd be warm.' .

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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In Passing [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929

In Passing Natuue often leans her weight in favor of waisn-hearted kindness and nimble wits. — Profess cfcr J. Arthur Thomson. ? ? ? I have been among people who be lieve that field-glasses are filled with human eyes. — A travellor home from the Gobi Desert. ? ? ? Let us remember that while we have principles of our own, others have principles of their own.— ^ The Bishop of Obelmsfcald. ? ? ? One of the most important things in life is the illusion of the import ance of the things that are not im portant. — Mi. Robert Lynd. ? ? ? Oxford is not a iplace to which one comes to satisfy exam'nei?, bat a place to which one conies to be initi ated into a life of service. — Sir Hugh Cecil.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929

Winifred Elsie Hopkins L.T.C.L., A-T.OX„ Organist of St. Peter's Church. Teacher of Pianoforte, Violin, Haitnony, and Theory. Students prepared for all Music Address : — 'St. Grttsary,'* Queen Street, Southport. J. D. ANDREWS, Auctioneer am) Commikw Agnt. TALLEBUDGERA. Sales held in any part of the District. FARMS FOB SALE Write for list to— X O. ANDREWS. ^ ? ♦ School has begun and NOW is the time for Nursery Hair Lotion Which is recotnended as a convenient Lotion for destroying some of the parasites which infect the hair. Mothers ! Protect your children's . heads and keep them clean. Procure now from — i W. E. Martin, ph c. i Dispensing Chemist Opp. POST OFFICE SOUTHPORT AGENT FOR GOLDEN CASKET ART UNION ► t The 'Rogers' J — acknowledged by Musical Authorities I as the leading English Piano I § liiOCTp IlPlANQSl mo THE inexperienced all good ?L pianos sound very nmch alike trat the practical musician at once appreciates the remarkable range of expression of which the English Rogers...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Southern Fruit Markets [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929

Southern Fruit Markets The Ccnanittee of Direction, of Fruit Marketing, market reports: — MELBOURNE, by wire, March 12 — Bananas, pntidpate specials 28/ to 20/; choice, 22/ to 27/; standard, 16/ to 21/; pineapples, smooth 8/ to 12/; passions, halves, 5/ to 7/; apples, 6/ to 12/; pears, 6/ to 10/; peaches, 3/ to 10/; plums, 6/ to If, grapes, 7/ to IS/; tomatoes, 8/ to 12/ (per busheL SYDNEY maijket wire not to hand. Postal authorities report consider able delays to telegrams on S7dney line. 1,

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BELOW THE DEEPEST DEPTHS A DEEPER STILL. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929

BELOW THE' DEEPEST DEPTHS A DEEPER STILL. 'Then? a nothing to vain at you artuU about your painting*' 'Alai, iladamr, you're wrong. Our efforts to tell 'em art vainer.' (Published by arrangement with the 'Sydney Bulletin.')

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BREATHING "IMPORTANTLY" [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929

BREATHING 'IMPORTANTLY' This b a particularly important hneathlng exerase. It is also an tin portant 'balance exeacise far eoiject li^g the wrong bearing of the body, eays an authority. The movetaent of the arms in creases tl» effect of the circulation in pumplut the Hood through the lungs and hec(rt The seady position m as iouow ; — Stand erect, body slightly forward, on fore part of the feet, hands cross ed In' front of the body, breathing out, todDdiK the chest to the smallest possible aapaclty1. Movement — ? Raire the aims sideways and up wards, palms faciife front as the anrrs are extended ohova the bead. Breathe tn during movement. Then bend the trunk of the body forward from the lips outwards and downwards, keeping the head between the arms, bneathine oat. Raise the body again, inhaillng while you conrvj to the upright position, then lower the arirs sideways and downwards to tke first position, H.ieathinz out.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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WHAT TO DO FOR BURNS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929

WHAT TO DO FOR BURNS When a burn oc scald is severe or involves a latlge surface of the btdy generally. there is great shock to the system Consequently tbe fitst treatment of these injuries comprises two kinds of ret ion, tbe first directed to wan] com bating the shock and relieving the pain, arid the second toward the care of the injured surface. With a person burnt or scalded tbe first thing to do after ripping oft the damaged clothing is to place the patient in a warm £ati\ or to wrap hlrri completely in a blanket if he is to be temoved to hospital. Then fjve Mm a warm drink; a little hot water and whisky for ex ample The burned surface is to be cleaned with weak Condy's fluid un less there happens to be picric add in tho house, foe a wpak solution of this is better' st'll. Tbe further treatment of a siTero bum wl!i, of course be left to a doc tor, or hospital. With slight burns or scalds, the surface should bts clean ed gently as in the severe case, and then powxlered starch or ...

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APPLE AND CHEESE SANDWICH [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929

. APPLE AND CHEESE SANDWICH Spread slices of Hnead and butter with a thin layer of cheese. Then crate an apple, mix it with a little lemon juice and use it as a fillirt* be 'tween two slices' of the bread a^d chee;e. Thlnly-sllced apple miT bi used instead of treated apple if pre ferred Or the remains of thick aprle sauce can be utilised in this way.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929

'FOR SALE.— 18ft. Plat' Bottom Boat, Chapman Pup. 1% H*-. engine : per fect order; ? practically rW. Ftkb £25. Apply Len Boeder, Southport. 'Phone 17. ' ? ? ^ i TANKS CLEANED VACUUM MACHINE METHOD. Small Loss of Water. Seasonable Charges. Quotations. E. E. TBINDER, 'Phone 150. MONEY TO LEND MONEY TO LEND, on Finst Mortgage Apply 'INVESTOR,' 'Bulletin' Office, Southport Dressmaking Announcement ' MISS I. SIMPSON announces that , -she is transferring from her. r resent » ^ quarters In Scarborough-street to WATTS' CAFE; Nerang-street, and will open there on THURSDAY, March 21. Fit, style, and workmanship guaranteed. | NEW ADDRESS WATTS OAFE I ... , I FOR SAU:=:=-:=:-:-.==:=:=^ Complete Set Verandah i T at ch, Aerolax; nice Mawson* /\ ,r panelled maple, pttxelain li~ -itn cold water fent, nickle plateu fit tings; also Piano, owine to leaving district. Apply Mrsl Tuckett. 'Nar- varre,' DaveHport-st. ? SOUTHPORT SCHOOL OF ARTS TENDERS are requested fcfc' tho position of Secretary of tha S...

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Cox's Gully [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929

Cox's Gully A. H. Forster writes;— Sir,— Whilst associated with tne literary department ol the 'Bulle- tin,' it fell to my lot to attend meet ings of the Southport Council, and throwing my memory back, I recall a proposal of Aid. T. Anderson to erect a culvert at what he termed Cox*s Gully, about two miles fn°ra Southport on the present Brisbane road. Alid. Anderson at that time dealt with the pP-p.sal very dearly, and made an earnest enfleavor. to per suade his fellow aldermen to oppre elate and uniderstund tb© difficulty confronting travellers during the satay ceasons. He delved d-caply into the subject, even going Into the smalleS details of what devices had to b: em ^ ployed to rescue motor cars caught in the racing tonrent, and of the detcurs of travellers, via Ber.owa, In order to miss this trap. Further, he had re ceived an offer from a person willing to lerect a culvert at a cost of some £60. To their cpeiit the other Udetj men listened, and then went on with other business....

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CHURCH CHANGES [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929

CHURCH CHANGES '' Changes ore about to take place in -two of the Southport churches. The Rev. Reid ^Methodist), who is beii* transferred to Beenleigh, will.be suc i ceeded by tha Rev. Lanhsm, B.A. The | Bevr. MurtD (Presbyterian) is to be I transferred to Maieeba.

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Joins Bulletin Staff MR. GEORGE HOLT [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929

Joins Bulletin Staff - MR. GEORGE HOLC ? Mr. Geotge Holt, late manager of the Pier , Pavilion, h*s accepted a position on the business -staff of the 'South Coast Bulletin,' and will be returnlrfe to Soati%xxt next weelc to take up duties.

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The Easy-Going Way LEAVE IT TO THE OTHER FELLOW HELP THE AMBULANCE MEETING LAPSES [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929

The Easy-Going Way LEAVE IT TO* THE OTHER FELLOW HELP THE AMBULANCE MEETING LAPSES Too many people in Southport teem to be infected with the 'leave it to the other fellow' vii)is. It is so easy to sit down in one's drawing room at night and leave it to otheip to shoulder the ccnsnunity's burdens, but it is cctrcely a commendable way. One of the victims of this letharjgla state of affairs is the Southport Am bulance Brigade. At a meeting called for Tuesday night to promoto the annual sports gathering, not a single member of the committee attended and only three regular, citizens. ^ The Tennis Club meeting, called fo? - the night before, which should have Seen numerously attended, lapsed for want of a quorum. A similar fate befell a roeetinte of parents and guard ians a week before, but this was made good by a splendid attendance on Tuesday night. Don't let it be said that this is Southpdft's way, for it is the way of stagnation, and shirking one's duty.

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Wages too Low GANGER GETS A RISE "WORKED NIGHT AND DAY" [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929

Wages too Low GANGER GETS A P.ISE 'WORKED NIGHT AND DAY' The Mayor, In voicing appreciation of the ganger (H. Holder) at Tues day's Southport Council meeting, said he was getting a salary ridiculously low in comrarison with the amount of work he was doing. The man bound himslf down to no 44 hour wai*k and worked nght and day in the interest of the council and ratepayers. He siupgested that tbe salary be raised to £6 per week. Similar euiogies wens uttered by other members of the council, who appreciated the amcur.t ; of work he was doing and the effici ent manner in which it is carried out. On the motion of Aldermen Shilllto and Beale, Horde^s salary was raised to £6 per week; .

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Concrete Kerbing TENDERS FOR No. 2 WARD. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929

Concrete Kerbing TENDERS FOR Na 2 WARD. From a statement submitted by Engineer . Rhelnhold to Tuesday's meeting of the Town Council, it is disclosed that contract worics in No. 2 and No. 4 Watab i-re satisfactory. In mentioning that there was a surplus of £254 in No. 2 Ward, Mr. v Rheinhold tald they were extremely fortunate, as he did not expect to set tbe work done under tbe £15jOCO_ ' It was decided, on the motion of Aid. Pysden, seconded by Aid. Sbil llUv to call tenders fdr the complo- , tion of contract work in No. 2 Ward. It was .further resolved, to obtain legal advice regandtak plant held from Mr. Ripe.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929

' MURILLA ' MERON STREET \ Accommodation for Permanent ' ' Bonders. \ MODERATE TARIFF iL Cc 'Pbo'- 217. S ? Tni 5 \

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929

TAMBOURINE . 'DARENA' Modern, s.c. Flat, e light, tennis court, handy golf links, nod. rent. MISS BLAND. 'Phone 46. Ready occupation Feb. 15th. YOU CAN BUY Better at Birkbeck's THAN IN BRISBANE This is because we are hero to stay, and We couldn't hold your . trade if out Prices weren't right — or ouJC Goods up to test. Compare Our Prices or match our goods with tbe Quality you see elsewhere. V. R. Birkbeck The Old Jeweller with tha Godd Name Nerang Street, Southport 'Phone 117. P.O. Box 15. Whittle Bros. (Late A.l.F.) THE RELIABLE GROCERS Esplanade Store, Southport We THANK Customers for their valued patronage during this past year, which to us has been bne of tMopeasi We trust that we have merited their good-win, and will aim to give them even better service In the fatal* In ttMlrfng them far past support we extead to them all Good Wishes for tbe New Year. Two Stores at your service Esplanade and North St Theae 223. I RHOADES' WILL COMPLETELY I | FURNISH YOUR HOME . . | — When you ...

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