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New X-Ray Plant INSTALLATION AT BEAUDESERT. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929
New X-Ray Plant INSTALLATION AT BEAUDESEKT. By the generosity of Mr. F. W. Wilbtraham, who recently made a sub scription to the hospital of £400. the committee were enabled to purchase a new X-ray plant. The equipment has now been offi cially openeU. for use*. Mr. E. 1. Bell M.LhA-, member for the Fassifem clectofrate, performed the ceremony, and he was introduced by the presid ent of tho committor. Mr. C. W. Bun dockS.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929
Whittle firos. (Late A.I.F.) THE RELIABLE GROCERS Esplanade Store, Southport We THANK Customers for their valued patronage during the past year, which to us has been one of progress. We trust that we have merited their good-win, and will aim to give them even better service in the future. In thanking them for past support we extend to them all Good Wishes for the New Year. V Two Storts at your service ^ Esplanade and North St. Tfcom 223. Try Our Prices First YOU CANNOT DO BETTER THAN BUY FROM W. R. Smith CASH & CARRY GROCER, NEWSAGENT AND STATIONER THE CHEAPEST HOUSE IN TOWN AND THE PLACE FOR THE BEST SERVICE Hiving taken over the Newsagency and Stationery Busi ***? of MRS. M. A. JACKMAN, near the Rallwav Station, I wish to advise that in conjunction with fame I am run ning a CASH AND CARRY GROCERY STORE. | A FEW OF OUR CASH AND CARRY PRICES ARE IXL Tomato Sauce, lid.; IXL Preserved Fruits. 1/ ? Rice, SHd. 1H ; 21bi Packet Self-Raising Flour, 8& Pkt Harper's Rolled O...
Social News [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929
1 Social News j Miss EL Morris (Brisbane) is spend ing a holiday with Mr. and Mis. N. H. Claifke at Southport. Mc and MM. C. J. Elliott and fam ily (Toowong) are spending a holiday at Pemyn. Mrs. J. B. Charlton and the Misses Charlton (2) aro at their seaside borne, Marsden, mar'n beach Misses C. Connors, D. Connors, and R Zilliran (Brisbane) are spending the Easter holidays at the Southport Hotel. Mr. aal. Mrs. C. Stratt (Wooloowin) *^a^St. Ives for three weeKSL Mrs. CX Pastle (Toowoom bt) arrived on Thursday. They will Bperd tfynee weeki at Fairholm. Hs and Mrs. K- Walker, the Misses Walker (2), and Miss Shears (Bris bane) are staying at the Southport Bote! for Easter. Mr. and Mis. G. Shield (Brookfield) are occupying Trentham (luring the holidays. Mr. and MiM. L. Buigess (Brisbane) arrived last for three weeks at Wyruna. Mr. and Mm. R. Barpar and Miss Haiper (Brisbane), were at the Southport Hotel for Easter; Mil and lire. A. R Walker (East Ipswich) have token Torquay for the Eas...
THIS AND THAT [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929
THIS AND THAT Gauntlet goves of very soft suede are worn with twe?d coats when they are not fur-t!rimm-id. All the newest stockings have either open-worlc or embroider^ silk clojc. Some of the nicest scarvos for coun try we.f are hand-woven in scftest wool and silk. Indistinct stripes are new and refreshing after the tri-color effects. Hats like real 'baby' bonnets tied with ribblns under the chin have been ceen In Paris. Scrri? of the new dresses for country wear are kr.itted by the hand in rather coarse wools In navy blue and Ired like a fisherran's jcrse;.*.
CORNS AND BUNIONS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929
CORNS AND BUNIONS I had ani nf! aired bunion and corn which gave me so much pain that walking was a misery, writes a corre spondent. After trying every known remedy, I thought of eucalyptus. I damped the inflamed bunion and corn with it every night on going to beH and continued the treatment for several weekaL All inflammation dis appeared, and both corn and bunion seemed to wither away.
YOUR HANDS BEAUTY SECRETS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929
YOUR HANDS BEAUTY SECRETS There are several secrets of band beauty any girl may practice for her self in readiness for tho dance at a cost of not more than a few copp?ri. Wash your hands at least an hour beforehand. If they ajae veiy sensi tive rub a little non-greasy cream well into the skin. Allow this to soak well into the pores, and then rub on a Jew drops of glycerine and rosewater. Then add a touch of toilet powder be fore putting on your |?love& , A (real beautifier of tbe hands Is to sleep in gloves and allow Nature to oo netr work while you rest. Fiipt, wash the hands in very hot, soft wHh a good toilet aoau and, thoroughly drying, rub glycerine and rosewater into the skin. Then don an old pair of loose-fittiife gloves and keep them on all night
MOCK CHAMPAGNE CUP [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929
MOCK CHAMPAGNE CUP One larfee bottle cider, 1 liqueur glass each of curacoa and brandy, 1 small bottle of soda water, fresh or tinned pineapiples, slices of oranges and lemons, cucumbejp rind, a sprig of borage, and ice. Stand the' cider and the soda on the ice until required. Four the cider Into a b-I&kq with the liquef.9 and any fresh fruit obtain, able, such as cherries, strawberries, end raspberries, which have been well washed, the sliced citrus fruit and some of thte pineapple, well drained off the syrup. Ju3t before serving, add the sprig of borage and the cucumber and the soda water, and servo at once.
FRIENDSHIP THE LITTLE THINGS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929
FRIENDSHIP THE LITTLE THINGS Be a good listener. This is one of the secrets of lasting friendship. We all tike to talk, but not all of us like to listen. Good listeners are popular. x Few and far between. they are al wavs in preat demand. Sincerity, too. ra necessary in friendsh'p — sincerity in all thirgs. Lastly, be prepared to give as well R« lake. 1 True fr'endshiiJ fs al«ays evenly balancad.
HONESTY PODS DECORATIVE BEAUTY [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929
HONESTY PODS DECORATIVE BEAUTY We all love honesty pods — 'those pale, flat crown piece# with which, without a doubt, the elves and fatites carry on by moonlight their trade lu spells.' If your rooms are furnished in the old-world style— oak and so on— ttry mixing honesty with evergreen, for its almost ghostly beauty Is thrown Into stalrtlnMt neljef by such things aa yew. box, laurel, or holly. Honesty ana eveDgreen look well in a pewter tan kard or a Simple pltchert A lovely modern effect can be pro duced very quickly with the aid of a child's colon-box and a couple of sprays of honesty, paint each disc a different color,, using five or six solora such as yellow, apple-green, black, fuchsia anld blue, or orangp, scajriet, black; lemon, and grey. The sprays, one long, one short, should be put carelessly Into a narrow-necked black vase when finished. A vase of honefety is a most useful stand-by; it can be brought out again and again during tho months when flowejrs are So scarce am ex...
IF I WERE MARRIED PLANNED BY A BACHELOR GIRL [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929
IF I WERE MARRIED PLANNED BY *A BACHELOR GIRL I should taike marriage seriously aa a career. I should not expect life to be one idyllic state of happiness. I I should see that I was wtell up In ell blanches of housewifery before I met him at the altajr. I should be 'Martha' all day while he was out, and 'Juliet' when he came homct I should trv to bring up my ch'ldren on smiles, not tears. I should majce home so attractive and ccsy that he would find the club dull and boring 1 I should feel Mm! Wisely and ?well. I should hand over the children to his sole care, sometimes, and let him feel the responsibility of them I should keep one afternoon or even, ing a week free, and insist that he and I got right away from home and fam ily cares. I shoud trv not to be jealous of hia friends, and understand that he would like a little male society sometimes. I should not worry htn with silly little household troubles that are soon mended. I should, try to see his point of view in evetyttstng. bu...
District Doings Coomera News School of Arts Meeting [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929
':i;i;nff;????:trrrrrr??:::rfrr?T;;;?T7rrrri District Doings j Coomera News School of Arts Meeting One of the most ie]#esents:tive meetings of ladies nnd gentlemen jet held in the School of Arts, Upper Ooomotsx, took place on M^rch 26. The business wa-s to -reccive balance-sheet _ar*l select a conrr.ittee for the en suing ;-ar. Councillor R. Currey pre sided. * The balance-sheet showed a credJt balance of £14/15/9. The following officers were e'ected; —Chairman, Mr. A. H. Ilarr ; secre tarv, Mr. Stan. Oxenford; ticaMircr, Cr/lL Cuifney; committee, Messrs. C. Siganto, H. Lane. Ijes. Median, and J. Lane. A ladies* social conjnittee was formed, to assist the general com mittee as follows : — Mrs. J. Hersian, ivlis. J. N. Siganto, Mioses Lydia rnd .Vena Pettifei, and itoris Hessian. An honorarium of £5 was donated to Messrs. R. and J. Lane « joint tecnetarics. A vote of thanks to the chairmrn terminated the meeting.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929
TAMBOURINE MOUNTAIN 'DARENA' Modern, s.c. Flat, e light, tennis court, handy golf links, mod. rent. MISS BLAND. 'Phone 46. Ready occupation Feb. lfith. A. LEDBURY, BUILDER & CONTRACTOR. Plans prepared and Estimates Given fop All Classes of Work REPAIRS A SPECIALTY LENNEBERG-ST., SOUTHPORT. 'PHONE 202. J. D. ANDREWS, Awtlomar Commuioa Aoeat, TALLEBUDCERA. Sales held In any part of the District, FARMS FOR SALE Write for list to — J. O. ANDREWS. Winifred Elsie Hopkins L.T.OL.. A.T.OU, Organist of St. Peter's Church. Teacher of Pianoforte, Violin, Haitnony, and Theory. Students prepared for all Music Kvnms. Address : — 'St. Gregory,' Queen Street, Southport. ? ' The Original German (Dr. Sandow's) Karlsbad Salts Which are intended to be taktn internally to remove acidity from the blood and thus relieve all forms of Rheumatism, Sciatica and other Rheumatic Pains PRICE 2s 6d Procureable from — W. E. Martin, Ph.c. Dispensing Chemist 0pp. POST OFFICE SOUTHPORT AGENT FOR GOLDEN CASKET...
The Romance of Rubber [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929
The Romance of Rubber The fact that rubber derives Its name from the llrst practical applica tion of the material for erasing or rubbing Is referred to In an Interest ing booklet published by the Goodrich Company. Columbus Is stated to be the llrst white man to make the ac quaintance of rubber. He 'reported that ho found Uie Indians playing a game wllh a wonderful ball made - from the gum of a tree. , The Good rich review adds: — In 1770, l'rieslly, the discovcrer of oxvgen, while experimenting with a rubber ball sent him by a friend, dis covered that this ball would erase . lead-pencil marks. Priestly was so pleased with his new-found plaything that lie cut It Into chunks ami bum them to his friends, calling them 'rubbers.' In 1839, the process of vulcanisa tion- was discovered. Until this dis covery that rubber mixed with sulphur and subjected to heat, vulcanised Into a dependable material, there was never the slightest possibility that rubber articles could be made which would pr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929
WANTED, — Two respectable gentle -? — men-- boaijdersr - laundry ? -done.- ? 25/ per week. Apply Pysden. PROPERTY — Racecourse Road, 3 acres' 24 perches, withdrawn ilwn sale from all a|gents. W. Cam Hadgson. SOUTHPORT AMBULANCE— ART UNION RESULT— 1st prize, ticket Na 116; 2nd, 1423; 3rd, 998; 4th, 46; 5th, 824. Winners notified. R M. WALSH, Honorary Secnetary. . ~~ SHIRE OF NERANG TENT POLES NOTICE is hekeby given that all Tent Poles or other material of a like nature not tubject to occupation, which is not reroovfld from any of the roads or (reserves 'In or around Bur leigh Heads and Meyer's Ferry, will be confiscated by the Council after 10 a.m. on 13th April, 1929. By order — W. G. RUDD, Chairman. 8th March, 1929. ST. PATRICK'S SOCIAL, 1929. LIST OF RAFFLE WINNERS. Following aiife the prize winners of the Raffles rjm in' connection with St. Patrick's Social held on the 18th of March, 1929, and drawn at that function : — Clock, ticket No. P. Scully, Meyer'g Ferry; |gold , pendant,...
Kingston Factory SOME PLAIN SPEAKING ELECTION OF DIRECTORS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929
Kingston Factory SOME PLAIN SPEAKING election of directors At tbe twenty-third nrn'*1 meeting of shrfnsholdei* in the Southern Queensland Dairy Co-, Ltd* which mi held At Kick* ton, on Saturday, the chairman (Mr. A. W. Kibble) an nounced that the elect km for two directors resulted aa follows:— J. J. Johns. 247; A. J. Caswell, 202; R Stewart, 140; G. F. Dauth, 82; W. Tbvaites, 30; R. Curney, 29. He de clared J. J. Johns and A. J. Caswell elected. A wanting against speculators was issued by Mr. J. J. Johns, when thank ing the shareholders for his election bs a director. Broadiatcly the shares of the company were pat on the Stock Exchange, he said, anyone could buy them, and in time speculators ought outvote shareholders such aa those present. S* hoped the clause cover ing this nutter mould be deleted from tie articles of association. It would be his object to convene a meeting for that ptinpose. Mr. Johns said his election was as endorsement of his opposition to an ateration in the a...
Farewell Evening LEAVING HOPS ISLAND MR AND MRS. J. COMINSKY [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929
Farewell Evening ?? 502 ' LEAVING HOPE ISLAND MR AMD UBS. J. OQMINSKY A social evening was held at tho residence of Mh and Hn, John J. Sheehan, Hope bland, on Wednesday, March 27. as a farewell to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Comistey, who are leaving tbe district. ' The specious dancing room was en twined with colonel stneanxirs. The abfe ass Stance of Mr. Jim Whal ley was procured foe tbe dance music, and he was assisted hr Mr. J. Sheehan, jun, M. Sheehan, and Ted Burow. Solos w«re contributed by Messrs. Austin, Hessian, Hifehie Barnett, Dick Jowett, Jack Sheehan, jun. Miss Olive Sheehan acted aa accompaniste and Mt Hugh Barnett acted as M.C. A dialogue was carried on by Mrs. M. Sheehani and Mr, Dick Jowett. Dancing was indulged in till the small hours of Thursday morning. A dainty supper was served by the Mfssea sheehan, after which Mr. Sheehan, on behalf of the company, presented tbe guests of honor, with a cut glass sandwich tray, silvein mounted butter dish and half-a-dozen stainless tea...
Meet Mr. Drinnen SOUTHPORT'S NEW CHEV. AGENT EXPERIENCED MECHANIC AND ENGINEER. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929
MeetMrvDrmnen, SOUTHPORTS NEW CHEV. AGENT EXPERIENCED MECHANIC AND ' ENGINEER' ... 'j . Meet Mr, W. H.' DUlnnen, new Chev. agent and experienced engineer, who las taken over the Mdnetori Gan^e . fiom Mr. Carrie Pole. M& Drinnen.is one. of the most in terejtlng men.we have mbt fart sotoe time, and backed with the experience which he possesses as an engineer and mechanic he pnondses to make good ' in Southport ' j ' Mr. Drinnen has a reccfcld as a sol dier whVh anyone might envy, but he is very modest about It. He rdmits benig at Mona in Augtut, 1914, and having served right tnrough tho war. Before tbe war Mr. Drinnen held many responsible positions, including that of general managejq of thp County Motors of North Wales; also consulting engineer for AA. Associa tion for the whole of North Wales. He holds, many first class certtff cates for engineering; and has had 25' years practical experience. He erected the first Aeineo engine that was built in Staffordshire .at, Dorman's. ...
The Man for Albert [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929
The /Man for Albert Mr. Emest-Bettieer-Upper Nerang; writes : — Mr.' Editor.— Please, allow me to mate a few remaiiiks as to' the man we require to ibpresent this beautiful rural Albert electorate. He must be 'in independent man of means, one who knows tbe rural inldastjries . of this district from A to'Z, and is not afraid to express his opinion openly on any, 'local subject. . If the' 25 million' Bter- liqg that appears to be lost bad been expended on tmplrovinfe.the good, scrub lands of this electorate and had been advanced to settlers on most of the lands of this Immense State, even though no interest would have been available for years. Perhaps we ? would have been in a healthier state wth out finance than we are. We do not want what Is calliad an expert at borrowing money, but one who is an expert at teeing it spent so as to have^ seme realisable assets in thle long run. A market shed ion Southport wanted, so as hundreds of the faimv in|g communty could congregate once a week,...