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Church Services. ST. PETER'S, SOUTHPORT. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929
Church Services. ST. PETER-s!°SOUTHPORT. 7.30 am. Holy Communion (ever) Sunday). 10 'ltd.. Holy Communion (Sung). 1st. 3rd, and 6th Sundays; Mattins, 2nd aad 4 th Sundays. 7.30 p.m., Evensong (Every Sunday) NERANG.— 2nd Sunday in month, e am. Holy Communion; 4th Sunday in month, 3 pjn- Evensong. UPPER COOMERA— 2nd Sunday in month: 11 a-nu. Holy Communion Felt, April, June. Aug, Oct. add Dee.) ; 2 pjo. Evensong (Jan, Mar., May. July. Sept. and Nov.). OXENFORD.— 2nd Sunday in month : 11 ajru Holy Communion (Jan. March, May, July, Sept, Nov.); 2 pjn, Erensoor (Fesv. April, June. Ansi. Oct. and Dec). ^^ BEV. V. H. WHITEHOUS1
TRY THIS ONE. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929
TRY THIS ONE.. ,1 ? One day when you p|re playing with some of vour. little friends and you don't quite know what to do, make this suggestion.. See who can draw best with the eye* shut. OK dear. It is so funny, «nd so difficult, too. The best thlriz to do will bo to sny. ''now we will draw a cat.' The piayers all take up Weir pencils; shut their eyes and then try to draw a cat on their paper. A afterwards— at a given signal — an open their eyn and show their drawings to each othem, The picture* are bound to cause lots of laughs. Another day try drawing an ani mal by figures. You know what I mean, a six for a nose, and nought for the head, and so on. Make ap your own designs. «nd us« what fig ures you like. It'i wonderful wnat quaint pictures you can make in this way.
RIDDLES [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929
RIDDLES What tree is older than all the othem?— The elder. ? ? ? ? What knitting can be done without needles ?— Knitting the brow.* ( What tune does the wind whistle ? — Over the Mils and far away. , Why Is a schoolmistress liko the letter C 7— Because she makes clrsses of lasses. .d, * ? ? Why Is a dressmaker not a dress maker.? — Bacause she Is not what she Beams. * ? » What do we all like to have but n:ver want to leep ? — A «?occl ap- . retite. * ? ? My first is French, my second is English and my whole is Latin. What ? . am I? — La-titt
DADDY HEDGE HOG [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929
DADDY HEDSE HOQ A Pixie wrote a letter On a flower leaf, with a thorn, She gave it to the hedgehog To post one summex morn. A nd premised all h.is family Invisible caps, So that kipsfes should not see them In the hedgerow's gap3. Says Father Hedgehog to hts children. As the five trotted on 'I cannot see the .pixie's letter, Wherevef has it gone? I have dropped It from mv pocket, It's been eaten by a cow.' Fatheit Hedgehog, you bare pinned it To a rtf ckle on your brow J
Women and the Home THE SIDING OF THE LILY AND THE PAINTING OF THE ROSE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929
«# Women and the Home -& THE OILOING OF THE LILY — :o:— — AND THE PAINTING OP THE ROSE (By Katherine Oarr) Facial adornment is a piactlce r« Old 03 the human tcaee. Paint, dye and tattoo, car-rinjB and nose-r'ais have enhanced the charmer of both man and woman in many climes through many centuries. The lovely Cleopatra herseH is Ireputed to have used a mud-pack to lJteeive her flawless romolexion and undoubtedly knew all the secrets of ths subtle use I ?/ of sweet oils and urguents, perfumes i and salves in the perfecting of that ). brauty reflected in he* mlrrpr of i burnished toorue— and in the eyes cf I bee Antony. The modern woman t who knows most of the tricks that Is Cletf. knew, and a 'few more, will I. frankly aimlt that she would .go I hither without hec breakfalst than - ' without a little powder for her nose. . Vlctorfanism frowned disapproval o\ T such frivolities as the use of powder and cosietics as rids to hs-iuty rnd I. until the wal? turned the world topsy r...
TONING UP THE MUSCLES [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929
TONING UP THE MUSCLES I ? | ? To the woman who wishes to have : the complexion clean and the eye? 1 brieht and vivacious, sleep is half the I battle. Rest fs as nrcesgalrv for ths I health of mind and body as our Uaily ? food, all, and exjreifo. ! To tone tip the muscles -properly the ? posture of the body should bo watch \ ed with enrp. No weman can expect | to retain her beauty for loiv who lies [ In a curled up. cramped position, * The right iside 's the most su'tsble to repose urcn, becsn?e when the bodv is in that wsturo the beat of the b«art Is not trnpHed and th« law of fravitT nesists the digestion of the lood.
WHEN BABY'S TEETH ARRIVE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929
WHEN BABY'S TEETH ARRIVE Six or seven months after baby's birth may be a tryinjr peilod fcr the' moth*.', foe it is at thfe time that the first teeth usually app ar. Scmj children seem to go through their teething without any trouble at all. while others— mainly those that tend to be highly strung— may have a \ery uncomfol.'table time. They may be come very irritable, screaming often, and suffering ftom sleeplessness; they may even have convulsions, though In ruch cases It Is best to consult a 'doc tor, to be suns that nothing more rettous is wroox with baby. The pain of teething is shown by baby screaming when an attempt Is made to look at the teeth. The first teeth are not difficult to see'oa theyaqe the two lower frtat ones. They sue soon followed by '11 four uplper front teeth, and then two more tower teeth one on each eide cf the very first piin. In tMa way. by the en-J of a yrar. d« a little more, baby has got eight teeth. After this rom« the first Bet of We sTindbn teeth — th...
DANOING FOR CHILDREN BEAUTY IN LINE AND MOVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929
DANOtNB FOR CHILDREN BEAUTY IN LINE AND MOVE MENT. Babfes of two and three attend gancing classes now and find them the greatest fun. It can be begun earlier and, mons easily, and be continued longer, writes »? Londoner. When school, days are fn'«hei, dancing can still give health and beauty to both the business girl and her stay-at-home sister. Dnr.dntr develops concen'ratf'n. quic1c-witt«dness, the ability to think ahead and appeals bo strongly to most children that they are anxious to ex cel in ptWormiif? the dances they leant. Through -2arclng. children come to a realisation of the beauty in line and movement, first in their own dancing bodies and later in everything around them. . .
DELICIOUS CHUTNEY [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929
DELICIOUS CHUTNEY To rraVe this chutney vwi will need lHlh. of rpples, lib. ripe to-ratoes, lib. raising llH of brown sugar, loz. of mustard, loz. pepper, 1 quart vin; feair, l teasnoonful of salt. Peel and quarter the apples. Stone and chop raisins finely and mix with the other Ingredients. Boil oveer a slow fire .or gas for two hours. th:i: bottlefor use.
WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929
WOMAN. Women in health are the hope of the natlo*. Men who exercise ? controlling Influence— the nm t«r spirits— with a fsw coacep tiom, have had country-bora mothers. They transmit to their sons those traits of character which give stability to institu tions, sari promote order, secux. ity and Justice. —Dr. J. V. C. Smith.
JAM-MAKING HINTS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929
JAMMRAKINQ HINTS It is not recessary to skim jam, and it will be beautifully cleat: If just be forte removfner from the fire a table spooenful of buttei) is added to the jam. ? ? a Cape BoesabMTy Jam. The followina; receipe fa teconv rcended.— To Sib. of -Trait put 51b. sugar, 2 cupsful water, juice of 4 lemon*. Boil migv and water to gether a few cinutea. iktr well, add juice of lemons. When quite clear add prepared Koosebjrr'e* Boil au'ek ly tni.lt jellies, from 1 to 1% houto. ? ? ? Tomato Chutney Four pounds tomatoes, 41H. apples, 21b. onions, %lb. garlic, 1 teaspoonful of cayenne ipapper, 1%1U. brown suftsjr, 1 tablespoonful salt, vinegar to cow. Peel, cons and slice the apples and peel and slice the tomatoes. Pat all the ingredients Into a preserving pan and just cover them with vinegar Cook slowly for five hours. Stir oc casionally, and watch carefully to pis vent burning.
HINTS FOR HOUSEHOLDERS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929
HINTS FOR HOUSEHOLDERS :o; Mahogany is best cleaned with vine gar and wated. a a ? To prevent jam from going mouldy, soak the parchment rounds in milk before using them for covering it. ? a ? Borax fa also useful when washing greens. It removes the dirt and ln *ecta and Improves the flavon a a a Eucalyptus oil can be used to clean soiled velvet. It should be nibbed on gently with a Ipieee of clean muslin. ? ? a To ftnprove boiled bacon, sdd a tea spoonful of vinegan two cloves, and a little powdered nutmeg to the water. a ? ? If a pinch of borax la added to the water In which lettuce is soaking, it will make it crisp and fireih. Fruit stains on the hands are often difficult to retrove without constant scouririe with brush and soap, which makes h.-nds rough and hard. Try this method. Make a paste of caster sugar and olive oil, and rub well into the stained hands, leaving it on for a while a a a This is the season when cold snacks are populaft and it is often difficult to eliminate fa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929
FIREWOOD Supplied In any quantity. Cat to mny Length. W. CHIRN. ?Phone «4. Frank-street. BURLEIGH PLUMBING WORKS E. H. C, MEYERS, PLUMBER AND GALVANISED IRON WORKER, JAMES-ST.. BURLEI6H HEADS. 'PHONE 33. Contract prices for all Classes of Roofing and Tank ? Making, Stoves, . Planes and Shower Baths, Water. Heaters, Etc Windmills Supplied and Erected. FIRST CLASS WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED A TRIAL SOLICITED C.G.Belford The New Small Goodsman SCARBOROUGH ST., SOUTHPOET I DELIVER DAILY. Forward Your Address and I will deliver. ? .' 'PHONE 463. Marggrafs — fat — AO ClSJMB Of Footwear, Hosiery Musical Instruments RECORDS AND ACCESSORIES . T0 GREAT ASSORTMENT H. Marggraf & Son NERANG STREET, SOUTHPORT. ?PHONE 1B1. ? . y Study Your Reading | GET IT. FROM I A GOOD LIBRARY We have just got in a New Stock of ahe latest favorites and best sellers. DROP IN AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES ALL NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS. J. F. GAVEN, BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, NEWSAGENT NERANG STREET, ' SOUTHPORT ll| Orde...
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27 "Taking a Chance" [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27 'Taking ? Chaace' A pleasing western comedy drama founded on a story by Richard Bret Harte, 'The Sent of Calamity Gukh.' In this story Rex .plays the part of a wanderinfc magician, on the lookout foe easy money. How, after meeting and falling in love with the heroin:, he redeems himself and assists in roatfdng up the villlan, foitns a de lightful picture specially suited to Children. 'Finger Print,' A heart thumpei;; A rib-tickler! The V neatest mystery-comedy of the season! A comedy of horrors! A melo drama of laughs! A whirlwind of excitement! The mdrks of youc ftigers will be tight on your chairs when you .crip ' rt the thrills: cf 'Finger Prints.'
Southport Council FORTNIGHTLY MEETING [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929
Southport Council FORTNIGHTLY^ MEETING The Mayor (Aid. J. H. Grice) pre sided over the following aldermen ut tile fortnightly nxoting of tho S.'Uth port Council on Tuesday: Aldeimen A. Freeman, J. \\\ Proud. A. K. Pys den, I). Bcale. W. Shillito. J. W. Troy ahn, J. Shepherd, W. I*. Stokes, ll Anderson, and A. Heisre* Aid. An drews was absent in the earlier stages but arrived befcr** the meeting linished. Slrcet Petrof Pumps The Mayor ieported on his action in connection with the application from P. C. Earl, which waa before last meeting to efrect new petrol bow sers at the fiont of his property on tbe corner of Nerang street and the Esplanade. There were no by-laws dealing with such a matter, to it would be necessary to draw up a set. They had to let Mr. Earl go on with the matter movided he indemnified tho council gainst risk through ac cidents and agreed to certain condi tions. He was unable to^lve Mr. Earl permission to :put any of the bowsers on the Nerang street footpath as he ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929
There's no Bunkum ABOUT ODR GOODS— ?They're all Dinkum OUR BREAD IS IN EVERYBODY'S MOUTH. ?SAT PIES AMI WMANTIED SAUSAGE KOLXS JUST THE THING FOR LIGHT LUNCHEONS J, E. MARRABLE, BAKER AND PASTRYCOOK SCARBOROUGH iT, HMCTMCIDE, SOUTHPORT. *PHONE UL CHILLY WINTER APPROACHES! W00P5' HOT PIES MEAT OR FRUIT, Have the desired effect of warming and stimulating the whole system. Watch for tbe Cart and secure your supplies. Pastries, Cakes, rnd AH Other Refreshments of the Highest Qual lty en Hand. REFRESHMENTS AT ALL HOURS. CHOICEST FRUIT AND VEOETABLES. H. H. WOODS, THE WHITE CAFE. NERANB STREET, — SOUTHPORT. THONE 375. paie to cometo the TWTOHLAiHl^ ** « Wk h+mt mi I., ? «w fa In* ii IniY Irtrittom ^gTlic Cmaband Complete Howe ntrwshers m\ I down I 1 201 Mourner | M'ktVMN H I UNITED I 26OCC0RBS sr. mi XT r-» 1 'PHONE 314. The New Popular IN PATENT LEATHER, Pump Soles, Flat Or Heel, at 22/6, AI£0 THE BEN HUR, at 22/6; CHARLESTON, at 19/11. in Patent Leather, and SANDLES in Black or Tan. WIT...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929
J. N. Skelton BUTCHER QUEEN AND SCARBOROUGH STREETS ? SOUTHPOR'i Orders called for Daily and Prompt Delivery to Town Residents. Three Deliveries each week to Bcnowa and Bundall. For 1001b. or 501b. lots CORNED BEEF CANNOT BE EXCELLED COUNTRY CUSTOMERS A SPECIALTY. 'PHONES : Sc.trfcorouah Street, 19 ; Queen-street, 83. W. J. Kirkpatrick, Family and Carcass Butcher Scarborough Street (North), SjSouthport PRIRIEST BEEF ONLY FROM THE NORTHSIDE BUTCHEilY. CUSTOMERS WAITED ON DAILY. 'PHONE. SOUTHPORT 90. I If you want the best, combined j ? with civility and attention, try ! | COLVIN I I THE NEW BUTCHER | NERANG STREET, SOUTHPORT I | 'PHONE 142 | Gramophones | Q Winter's long dreary evenings are approach- I ing. Prepare for them with music in the j' home. Let those dragging hours fly by with | family laughter. * I Atjent. Piunox. Player Pianos on Easy Terms ? m The new His Master's Voice are % priced from £12. | Prismaphonic Rexonolas from £9 « Portables from £6. I Latest Records in stock...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 29 March 1929
A. LEDBURY, BUILDER ft CONTRACTOR, Plans prepared and Estimates Given for All Classes of Work REPAIRS A SPECIALTY LENNEBERG-ST- SOUTHPORT. 'PHONE 202. R. McKENZIE BUILDER ft CONTRACTOR. Estimates given for all Classes of work. REPAIRS A SPECIALTY, local Agent for: — The Prudential Assurance Co., of England ; C.CLM. and Ailsa Craig Marine Engines ; Johnston Out board Motors. Address : — Brighton Parade, Southport. ?PHONE, 274. G. A. BELL, RACECOURSE ROAD. SOUTHPORT. ' BUILDER ft CONTRACTOR. SHOP AND OFFICE FITTER. SHOW CASE SPECIALIST. Alteration and Repairs. ESTIMATES GIVEN. Agent for SEA INSURANCE CO. 'PHONE 352. To make it Really Beautiful, Shingling must BE DONE BY ???B Experienced Operators. No one nowadays tha healthfuiness and convenience of tbe Shingle. Bat no girl or lady wishes to sacrifice her hair without the as surance that her appearance shall at least lose-nothing by the change. Re cuit Patrons of our Ladies' Saloon have proved our assertion that only experienced opera...