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Burleigh Tennis Dance FINANCIAL AND SOCIAL SUCCESS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
Burleigh Tennis Dance f'T FINANCIAL AND SOCIAL SUCCESS Tbe euchre party and dance arrang ed bv tite members of the Sea view ' Tennis Club was held on Friday even lite In Jarvls Hall, Burleigh Head*, and waa a pronounced success, socially and financially. Mrs. W. S. Barron's Peerless Band supplied tho music, while Mr. F. J Smith capably carried out the duties of M.Q The euchre tournament was cupel vised by Miss Hazel Andrews and Mr. F. J. Smith, The ladles prize was won by Airs. F. J. Smith, and the gent.'s prize went tc Mr H. Preston. Monte Carlo and ihocolate waltzes were both won by Miss May Sr ales. Dainty refreshments were served bv Mesdameo G. Justin, ML Collins, and the club ladies. Those pre-ent we:o: — 1 Mesdames Black. E. S males. H. Smith, r. Brown. P. J. Smith, Oaken ful. L. Sm nes (Brisbane), L. J. Finni raore, H. Hums, D. M'Nairn, W. S. Barron. F. G. PhiiKpi, O. Ja.tins K. Robins-i ,f;dney), M Collins; Misses Queer.ie '.vest, Tierr.ey, H. Andrews, Arntbust, B. Miller, E...
A THING THAT MAY HELP US [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
A THING THAT MAY HELP US If a man brings a sood mind to what he wads he rra- become, as it were, the spiritual descendant to some ex tent of good men, and this link, this spiritual heredity, may help just to kick the beam in thj right direct'on at a vital crisis, er may keep h:m from drifting th ough the Iontr slack times when, so to speak, we are onlv fiekllnp, and no balls are comity, our way. — Rudvard Kio'inf.
READING FOR CHILDREN A LITTLE TROUBLE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
^irnrnii i ii ii 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 in 1 1 1 rnn itiiruniiiiii ? ? l.ini 1 1 1 1 1 ni.uiiiuiuXHJiiJJiUJUiixiiiuiiiiii.; lauumwinun READING FOR CHILDREN A LITTLE TROUBLE Elsie Norman came down to stay In a Devonshire village. She was lull ot pity for Nesta Wilson, a girl living near, about ber own cge, .who was blind. What could she -!o to earn money to buy Nesta a wireless set ? Sh3 could neither: sing nor write nor draw, but she could sew. So Elsie ST consulted her aunt, wbj was all sym pathy and Made several susge^tunj. First she advised hef to try the vil lage people. Tie vecv next day found' Elsie, work-bag In hand, standing cn the Vicarage slej.s, hopeially offer - lng to do any odd mendings or repilrs. , In less than no ilme she was darn ing the Canon's enormous torn socks k happily and gaily, and telling ths Canon's wife all about her plan. I »i am to be here for six- wejks' i ? holiday. Do you think I can earn J \ four pounds in six week 7' shs asked ► '? anxiously. ; '...
THE MAN WHO SEES [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
THE MAN WHO SEES A wonderful instinct for truth and 'frankness is the secret of the genius and style of Robert Burns. Perhaps it is the secret of all great style. Most men take no interest in the 'troth save in relation to thefcr clr cumstencca. their needs, and their: aims. When thev try to express themselves they weave a network of accommodations, ard.entargle thenv selves In it. Their Hunt, direct, rnd lucid statements are expressions of the will, not of the understanding _ What they see as disinterested spec tators does not prompt them to speech. But here and tha:e. at Mi* intervals, a man Is born who must say what he sees, for no other reason than that he sees it; and on him the ?gift of speech descends. — Professor Walter Raleigh.
TRANSFER PICTURES [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
. TRANSFER PICTURES The gaire of Transfer P'cture is quite an - musing one for a wet after noon. The materials you want are seme p'etes cf stiffish paper, half sheets of r.oteparer do s.')lJrd'dlv: a ca'.dl.-eud; a te-spcon or Kiivth'ng e'se wh!ch a smooth round sur- face; and a newstrapejr or magazine with pler.ty of cleady-pTinted pic tures In black and white. Rub the rides of tha eind'e-end over one side of the blank sheet of paper until It is covereli with a very thin, smooth layer of the white wax. Then lay the waxed side over the pic ture you want to 'tlransfer,' and tub the reverse side firmly all across with the bowl of ths spoon, to press It on the photograph op drawing beneath. When you have done this sufficiently if yoa lift np the sheet yoa will find an exact impression of the p'ctUie has been tqansfernl to the waxed '.ur- faoe. ? To obtain complete ruocoss It is im Krtant to choose (illustrations wh'gh ve plenty of distinct black lines or: patches and h|gh lights, and n...
BILLY PAYS HIS DEBT [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
BILLY PAYS HIS DEBT Black Billy was yew ill with lever, in the round, thatched hut In Kenya land, wh^re he lived wdth others of the same cusky color as himself. His family could not nuree lim; nor would they have taken the trouble to have done so had tbey been able. They just followed te savrgle custom of their forefathers, und thrust him away out-of-doors to die .as quickly as He could. As he lay there, as uncomplcinirir as a sick animal. John Thome pissed by, a ycung English doctor who was oi: a visit to his cousin, a colonist. When he saw the unfortunate Billy lying in the glare of the sun, sur rounded by flies, he took con.parsion on him, carried him with his own hands to shelter, and gave him medi cal care. After a few weeks Billy .was vcs'.or ed to health, and who so proud as he when the doctor appointed him to be his own boy and pe'rscnal servant ? Time passed on; as Christmas drew r.ear a.-rangem2nts were made for ths whole of the little English colony to go into camp. Dr. T...
WHY GOD SENDS CHILDREN [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
WHY GOD SENDS CHILDREN God tends children tor Mother purpose than merely to keep np the race — to enlarge our hearts, to make ns unselfish, and full of kindly sympathies and affections) to give our souls higher aims, and to call ont all our faculties -o extended enterprise and exertion; to bring round oar fireside bright fares rnd happy smiles, and loving, tender hearts. My soul blesses the Great Father every day, that He has glacsesid the earth with Rttle children. — — Many Howitt.
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. Southport. — Mass : Every Sunday, at 7 a-nv; 10 ajti. on Second Sunday of evwry month, and on 4th Sunday when 5 Sundays in the month. Evening Devotions : Every Sunday at 7.30, except the last Sunday. Burleigh Heads — 10 a.m.. on 1st Sunday In th* month. Nerang, — Mass ; Every 3rd Sunday at 10 a-m. Upper Coomera, — Mass: Ev^ry last Sunday at 10.30 am, and Evening Devotions at 7 JO pa
Church Services. ST. PETER'S, SOUTHPORT. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
Church Services. sr. PEnafsfso uthport. 7-30 aja. Holy Communion (every Sunday). 10 ajn^ Holy Communion (Sung), 1st, Slid, and &th Sundays ; Mattins, 2nd and 4th Sundays. 7.30 pja, Byensong (Every Sunday) NERANG. — 2nd Sunday in month 8 a.m.. Holy Communion ; 4th Sunday in month, 3 pjn^ Evensong. UPPER COOMERA. — 2nd Sunday in month; 11 ajtu. Holy Communion Feh, April, Jane, ALg, Oct, arid Dec.) ; 2 p-m.. Evensong (Jan., Mar., May. July, Sept. and Nov.). OXEN FORD. — 2nd Sunday in month ; 11 ajn. Holy Communion (Jaru March, May, July. Sept, Nov.) ; 2 pjs. Evensong (Feh, April, June, Aug., Oct, and Dee.). HEV. V. tt WHITEHQUSfi.
GRANDMOTHER'S CRUTCH [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
GRANDMOTHER'S CRUTCH Through the tall latticed windows a sunbeam has strayed into the room and seems to lie asleep upon the floor. Grandmother slumbers, resting in he? wide attvrcbalr. You wonder which is the whitest, her hair, her lovely old face, or the delicate hands that have been so diligent and tended so many £tar*lchllai en. Baby is delightfully busy close by. He has possessed himself of Granny's ctrutch as it fell from her hand when the doztd. He rides upon this hobby horse. Prancing, rearing, unmanage able, the steed and rider gallop ac4.ss the rcorrt. Joy and rapture! 'Tvoe to the chairs and the earxhen jar on tbe table. Puss, much dlstuihed, after shifting from one place to an other has found a refuge on the top of the cupboard. From her. hlgn pedaital she gazes on the scene in feas and amazen-.ent. Baby, forgetful of everything but his enjojment, gallops on with wild excitement. But the mad race has awakened Grand-mamma. Her eyes open; and the strange qght makes her wond...
THE PILL BOX [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
THE PILL BOX Few people have escaped tbe pains of cheumatism which sometimes make life unbearable^ says a medical au thority overseas; Apart from this, the deifression becomes exhausting. Rheumatism appear in the points and limbs; round the ribg, and In the head; familiar foitns ate lumbago and 'wry neck.' Tbe cause Ls supposed to be some infection such as bad teeth; but cold and daajp are responsible for many cases. The pains may be a dull ache, or sharp, severe end cramp-like. The suffered may cry out sometimes. The muscles beocme stiff; walking is greatly impeded. Rheumatic persons should always waee wool. .If a limb is .painful it must be wrapped in flannel and kept warm. Painting the swellhfe with tincture of Iodine relieves it Constipation most be evaded at any cost. Salicylate of soda, ten grains as powder, taken those times a day, pro daces relief quickly. Never forget to - kltink quantities of water between mealp. Uassage proves useful. , When ths swelling and pain have Eub...
CUCUMBER AND TOMATO [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
CUCUMBER AND TOMATO Take 2 quarts of vinegar, 3 dozen tomatoes, 3 largj cucumbera, 415. onions, 1 cupful flour, 1H cupfu's sugar, tablespoonsfnl mustard, 1 tablespoon ful tumeric, loz. allspr'ce, 1 email teaspoonful cayenne pepper, a few clove*. Cut up vegetables, and make a brine with 1% cupsful of salt, enough water to cover vegetables. Let It stand ovennjght. Put on fire and Fcald till just tender, then strain. Put vinejrai-, sugar, s'Jco, and cloves in pan. Have all dry ingredients -Ixed Into a jmoioth paste. Stir Into the cold vinegar. Put on fire and stin til it thickens. Add vegetables and cook till well heated thrcugh.
NIGHTMARE A REMEDY [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
NIGHTMARE A REMEDY This Is a complaint which comes when the sleep is disturbed. It is tbe dreaming of something horrible and tbe person feels that it is something from which he cannot escape but Is the victim. He attempts to scream for help but usually his effort is tn vain. Nervous and over-worked peo ple are especlaly subject to it. It is due to poor circulation. It is not onlv unpleasant but dangerous. Ths best ren*dy Is to bathe leach morning In cold water on arising, eat plain fco-Js, -1- tie or no (cent, tea or co'fee. and breathe deeply for 15 minutes each night before retiring.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
FIREWOOD Supplied In any quantity. Cat to any Length. W. CHIRN, ♦Phone (I. Frank-street. Bad Breath One of Life's Handicaps Foul breath in woman arouses in man a feeling of repugnance, and a desire to leave the com pany of such a woman as quickly as possible ; and even women will avoid her. It is, therefore, impor tant for every woman who values her personal attraction to take such care of herself that this unpleasant and unnecessary complaint is avoided or corrected. » Men, women and children who are troubled with this complaint will drive their friends away more rapidly than with any other affliction. People do not realise their breaths are bad, because they are like those who are constantly employed amongst paints and varnishes — they get used to what is to others a most offensive smell. In nearly all cases this con dition is due to Constipation and a Disordered Stomach. A- Coated Tongue, a Slight Headache and Feverishness are sure signs that the digestive organs are retaining qu...
To-Morrow's Tennis LIGHT ENTRIES, BUT PLAYERS OF CLASS HERE POSSIBILITIES REVIEWED [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
To-Morrow's Tennis LIGHT ENTRIES, BUT PLAYERS OF CLASS HERE POSSIBILITIES REVIEWED The sixth annual tennis tournament under the auspices of tbe Southport Chamber of Commerce, comrrcnces to morrow (Saturday), and will con tinue over, the wtek-ewi All of the Principal championship matches will be played on the Queen * Park courts, where ample seating ac commodation kais leen provided tor spectators. Mr. E. F. Moon appears to have a mortgage on tho three South Coast championship titles, though he may be extended by stfine of the plcyera. In the smtles championship hj is in the same h-.lf as Grin.tead, Hooper, Decker and Howard, whilst in the other half are found the names of McGrath. Wilson, 'lhurlow, and Doc tori. The only local player In thus event, R. J. Owen, is iJrawn rfednst McGrath in the first rojnd. Moon and Thurlow. Grinstead and Robertson are seeded in or.e half of the doubles championship, and M'Grath and Hoo;-er, Decker and Howard in thfc ether. Lccal pairs In this event a...
Enjoyable Social METHODIST GIRLS' COMRADESHIP [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
Enjoyable Social METHODIST GIRLS' COMRADESHIP An enjoyable time was srent by the members of the Methodist Girls' Com radeship, and a number of their friends on Saturday, afternoon at a . basket picnic, which was held at Miami In place of the annual banquet the party left the cbiireh at 2 o'clock by car, and returned to Southport late In the afternoon. Games wei.e enjoyed on the beach, where after noon tea was also served.
Rates Lowered No. 4 WARD DOWN 1d. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
Rates Lowered No. 4 WARD DOWN Id. Tho chaiarman of Not 4 Ward (Aid. Pysden) submitted a report to Tues day's meeting recommencing a 'ate which is Id. lower than last year. The rates recommended were : — General, 9^d. loan rate, %-L; benefit mea, 5d.; bridge and road. lV£d. — total. 1/4 The ratepayers, added the mover, should be generally pleased with the prepress made in No. 4 Ward, and particularly tho reduction of a Id. in this y?afs rates. 3b» snm of £1083/19/9 is No. i Wand's share of the £40,000 loan, and this was again provided for. Aid. Pysden moved that the rates a*3 proposed be struck. This was seconded bv Aid. Beale, and carried1.
NEXT TUESDAY Priscilla Bonner In "Golden Shackles" [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
NEXT TUESDAY Prifcilla Bonnrr In 'Go'den Shackles' It is the story of one Lucy Weston, daughter of a yefrgnan, p.nd 'a member of a powerful underworld gang of crooks. This little woman has had more thrillinc incidents crowded into her young life than which falls tn the . lot Of many, unfortnuates, but she is game to'the core and fights her way into the hearts of ell. Buster Heaton in 'Steamtait Bill Jr.' A scream of entertainment with the safety valve blown out.