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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

~l ' Hill-top Tea Garden I Milady's Table! ! I KING TEA is grown and g nurtured on the sunny hills jnTmiVttt; ..... mllll where Nature puts rare goodness into its leaves. /TO?lni \ Gathered In the early Born, fjPl r ' |]\ 'hen tbe dew is on tbe leaves, ? - -rfflrartiaft =?=n \ c*refnl|j 'elected, blended V 'nr nlT A ul' packed for your sricions rfr _ I J\ appreciation. KING TEA has I !pr-0n)l-i tfirl * CODaeqoent soper-excellent 1 -aal'j fonnd ^ln no other *oor 'aarfly and gaesls eaa no' bill complimeat you apon VtS \ yonr ladgaent and rore thonght In thus providing for tkclr comfort aad well Iking |P9y^ TEA .

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Terse Talk [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

Terse Talk Cantion^-tfaeten' Blowly^riAugaBtas Caesar. ? ? ? Cant Is tho twin sister of hypocrisy. — Beecher. ? ? ? Caprice in woman is tbe antidote to beauty. — Bruyere. ? ? ? As rust eats iron, so cane eats the heart. — A. Rlcard. ? ? ? Chance generally favors the prud ent.— Joubept. ? ? ? Candor is the brightest gem oC criticism. — DisraelL * * * Calamity is a nan's true touch stone., — Beaumont end Fletcher. ? ? ? Calumny. — Cutting; honest throats by whlspeibi — Walter, Scott. ? ? ? Calrelessness idoes ooi|o harm than a ?want of knawledget— Franklin. ? ? ? Censure is the tax a man pars to the public for being eminent.— Swift. ? ? ? Maijriage has in it lees of beautyy but more of safety, than the single life. — Jeremy Taylor. ? ? ? All thlrfcrs human change. — Tennyson . Character. — Nothing endures but personal qualities — Walt Whitman. ? ? ? See me, how calm I am. — Ay, people are generally calm at the v misfortune of ctheira. — Goldsmith).

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

Pier PAVILION THIS SATURDAY LON CHANCY, - to THE BIQ CITY A Picture that Pulsates with life — And — AL WILSON, in The Sky Skidder More Stunts in the Air*. A TfctfUer of tbe deepest dye I Pisa at Theatre.. 'Miom 344 ? NEXT TUESOAY JAMESON THOMAS, with LILIAN HALL-DAVIS, la The White Sheik An exciting drama of tbe Riff Tribes in Northern Africa. — And — ISABEL JEANS, lot Easy Virtue YOU CAN BUY Better at Birkbeck's THAN IN BRISBANE This is because we are here to stay, and We couldn't bold your tirade if our Prices weren't right— or out Goods up to test. Compare Our Prices or match our goods with the Quality you see elsewhere. V. R. Birkbeck The Old. Jeweller with the Good Name Nerang Street, Southport 'Phone 117. P.O. Box 15. £ J iii i n i m irufiiini 'iTfflfflTffl vu 1 1 ii i ni i u ninTiiiTirrnriinni i RHOADES' WILL COMPLETELY I § FURNISH YOUR RONE . . | = When you desire to furnish a home It is a wise plan to buy from B = a Store where YOU CAN OBTAIN ALL YOUR REQUIREMENTS E = UNDER...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Women and the Home THAT SPOILT CHILD CURBING ITS FOOD FADS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

Women and the Home -£ THAT SPOILT CHILD CURBING ITS FOOD FADS To-day more cale and thought la given to children's diet than ever be fore, with tbe result that there has been a huge drop in child mortality, and the next generation stands a chance of being infinitely moire healthy than this one, writes an authority. r But the importance placed on diet has created its own problems, and the most modern of roothersi must some times sigh for tho simple autocracy of tbe Victorian days. Feeding your children was a com paratively easy matter then. You de cided what was (good for thpm, put it before then^ and tiny jolly welll had to eat it 1 No fads and fancies were er.Gd-iged. Bat toi-day We do not force a child to eat anythi^f to which it takes a stirong dislike. We try tact and strategy, disguising the food by cooldrte it in different ways, and we never tell the child, to eat it 'because it's good for you.'' All of which is absolutely necessary for the health of the child, but it re quires...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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HINTS FOR HOUSEHOLDERS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

'hints for householders Powdered starch rubbed over walls with a soft cloth will lemove stains. « ? ? A amall quantity of ground rico added to the flour makes cakes lighter . » * ? ? A little salt added to starch v.lll prevent the iron from 'sticking. ? ? ? Stove polish is bettqr moistened with a.»few drops of vinegar than with told Waten. * * * After sobbing tiles r.ub them over with paraffin and they will keep clean much longer. ' Stain on knife banalea should be rubbed with finely Jjowdered pumice stone and watei * » « When a gas stove is lusty, apply linseed oil with a soft cloth. Sand paper any spots that remain. ? ? ? The ,'paih of a bruise may be eased bv coveaing the affected part with a rag steeped in Iraw egg. ? ? ? Corks can be made aiRtSght by dip ping them Into a hot mixture of equal proportions of mutton fat and wax. ? ? ? An onion cut in two and placed in A newly painted room will absorb ths odor of (paint in a few hours. * ? ? A litte vinegar in the water used 1 ' , ...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE BRAIN IN A CARAVAN [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

THE BRAIN IN A CARAVAN A bull dog was killing a little ten tier. People stood, round looking at the dying tiog. A child was crying: 'It's no use,' said a man, 'you can't make a bluldog leave po when he's docked his jaws.' So they did no thing, and, tho bulldog held the little dog by the tb|roat, squeezing the Ufa cut of him. Then a caravan came down the road. A. man sitting on tho shaft saw what was happening. 'Whoa, boy!' he called to his horse, nnd then he shcuted fnto the van, 'MotherJ give us the poker.' He slipped the point Into one corner of the bulldqg'a mouth across its tongue and out at the other »We like a bit. and levdned the hupe iawj apart. Someone grabbed its collar, someone else picked up the terrier and ran heme; and the gipsy rode on.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

E ' IT'S JUST AS GOOD ' j amrirniTJiJTgiiinimunmiinTnninniiiiiiiiiini* | OF all the arts of subterfuge resorted to by deal- E ers in pursuit of trade, there is none more g objectionable, more dishonest, than the Oriental g practice of striving to subititute goods, called fir g by the consumer, on the plea that they are 'just g as good' E f z Few persons can be found who have not, at one | time or another, been defrauded by this un-Briiish | attempt to depriva the manufacturer of his good j name and reward, and the customer of the quality | and finish demanded j Every manufacturer to-day guarantees the quality | and reliability of the lines he advertises. Headers : can, therefore, r-ly implicitly on the gaols advert- : iied in the South Coast Bulletin as being tbe best | obtainable and they should be ever alert against : being imposed upon by substitute*, under the plea | 'It's jjst as good' - * jtiMinmiinin iininir.iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniii* \ 'It's good enough' is tbe sloga...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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A CANARY [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

A CANARY Bird of ihe amber beak. Bird of the golden wing ! Thy dower It thy carolling ; Thou hast not far to seek Thy bread, nor needest wine To make thy utterance divine 1 Thou are canopied ml clothed And onto song betrothed. — E. U Stedman.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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THE RATS OF DE AAR NO PIED PIPER [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

THE RATS OF DE AAR NO PIED PIPER De Aar, in the heart of South Africa, has suffered a plcgue of cats. De Aar is a name that does not me. in much to British cars in 1929, but long before the Great War, it meant much to the Britons who were waging a most miserable little war in South Africa with old Paul Kmgter and. his Bcejrs. De Aar. was tbe railway junc tion between Qape Colony and the Transvaal where men and guns and stores and sick soldiers weru dumped. It is as desolate now as then, for it lies in the middle of tho Great Karroo, scotched by the heat in sunaner, swept by dust-laden winds at all times, and titJterly cold in winter! It is now a railway camp of tin-roofed bunga'ows whose inhabitants wander why even a cat should come there. But rats by the ten thousand lately came into the town and died there. Nobody knows why, cp what drove them In {rom the desert. De Aar Is a poor place to live in. but why should rats seek cut to tije in ?

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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PRESBYTERIAN SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

PRESBYTERIAN SERVICES. Beechmont— 11 Southport — 7 JO t- m. Sunday School — 230 pjn. Minister : Rev. P. MUNRO.

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Church Services. ST. PETER'S. SOUTHPORT. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

Church Services. ST. PETER'S] SOUTHPORT 7.30 ajn.. Holy Communion (every Sunday). 10 ajiL, Holy Communion (Sung), lit. Slid, and Sth Sundays; Mattins, 2nd and 4th Sundays. 7-30 pjo, Evensorv (Every Sunday) NERANG. — 2nd Sunday in month, 8 ajn.. Holy Communion ; 4th Sunday in month. 3 pJn., Evensong. UPPER COOMERA. — 2nd Sunday in month: 11 ajiL, Holy Communion FebL. April, June, Aug., Oct. arid Dec.) ; 2 pJn* Evensong (Jan, Mar., Hay, July, Sept. and Nov.). OXENFORD. — 2nd Sunday in month: 11 ajn_ Holy Communion (Jan, March, May, July, Sept., Nov.) ; 2 poo. Evensong (Peh, April, June. Aug., Oct, and Dee.). HEV. V. H. WHITEHQUS.1

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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. Southport. — Mass : Every Sunday, at 7 an; 10 a^o. on Second Sunday of every month, and on 4th Sunday when 5 Sundays in tbe month. Evening Devotions : Every Sunday at 7.30, ezeept the last Sunday. Burleigh Heads — 10 aja, on 1st Sunday in th* month. NeraDg. — Mass : Every 3rd Sonday at 10 aJn. Upper Coomera, — Mass: Enry last Sundar at 10.30 am. and Evening Devotions at 7.30 PA

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SALVATION ARMY. Scarborcugh Street. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

SALVA110N ARMY. Scarborough Street. Sunday, 11 ajn. and 7 JO pjn. Sunday School. 2 p-m. Adjutant Cole and Captain Stephen, son. -

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METHODIST CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

METHODIST CHURCH Southport, 11 aJfi. Southport, 7.30 pjn. Rev. C. A. READ. Burleigh Heads. 7.30 pjn. Mr. H. Pilling. Good Friday Southport. 11 aJn. Burleigh Heads — 730 pm Rev. C- A. Read

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. White Street. Southport. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

CONGREGATIONAL CHURCR White Street, Southport. aunday School, 9.45 a.m. Church Services, 11 a.uu and 7.30 p.m. Holy Communion on the 1st Sunday morning; and 3rd Sunday evening of each month. Minister: Rev. W. A. Hardie, B.A.

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (Ta[?]le-budgera). [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (Taile budgera). Tallebudgera — 11 ajn. Lower Currumbin — 2-30 tun. Mudgeeraba — 7 JO jj.ni. Rev. W. R. COWAN.

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Social and Central [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

SofUl and General The Coomera State School met, and were defeated by Becnleigh on Satur day, by four wickets Jk£r. and Mrs. G. Bjmea (Sydney) hive bo?n on a visit to Mi. and Mrs. I . Levey, Oxenford. Mr. and Mrs. Mayes (Brisbane) *prnt the Blaster holidays as the guests of and Mrs. W. Shi i ley (Wonga Wallen). Mrs. Walter Levey and niece. Miss Hcpe Levey, left for Svdney or. a visit to telailons arvJ expert *o be i-way for some weeks. Several hundred carjs availed them relves of the Upper Cocrrera route over the vein to nvr-'d the lengthy wait at the Coo*r.«t*a ferry ''urlng the Easter holidays. Owing to the showery weather, the loads are bef^gy in places and will need extensive i c%r:; irs aftcj* the ure Ihey have been suVe-t t-- during the holidays. Rainfall for the month of March last reads as 101R at Myrtle Ixdge, making a total of 1495 for the fir*t thre#» rronths of tM?- year, during which we had 40 wet days.

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Pimpama News [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

Pimpama News On March 23 tho Mdies of th? Church Aid Society held, an ♦'evening in the School of Arts to bid farewell to the Rev*. A, S. Rothwell and family, who are leaving the distiict. Mr. I'eachey took the chair, and on behalf of the church woikers, wished Mr. and Mrs. Rothwell good luck and rll succcss in their new sphere of work. and presented them with a travelling rug. and a book to Miss E. Rothwell. Mr. Rothwell suitably responded. Musical items were contributed by Misces Riown, Walker, Telford, Crur.p bell, Doherty, Blackburn, and Messrs. S. Oxenford and A. S. RcthwelL A meeting of parents and frrua djans was hold at tl*» State School on March 21 for the purpose of electing a new committee fcr the next three years. The following new conxnittee Mere elected : — Messrs. J. F. Cassidy, B. A. Ernst, H. Befndt, T. Langfeldt, J. Sultmann. J. Stolznow. and T. Enklemann.

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Regnant Theatre SATURDAY, APRIL 6 "Do Your Duty" [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

Regnant Theatre Saturday; april g 'Dc Yoar Duty** Comical Charlie Murray rounds up all the laughs in the New 'York Under w--.\i. It's thrillful, teatful, laugliful, just iike 'McF.ulden's Flat's/* but much better, Vam» ed b\ a bobbed haired bandit while the eroolcs make a bir haul. Bat does he get his man 1 Just watch comical Chnlie ?n the funniest pic ture lie ever made. ^re Cri-r.ton City9* A flam'ng unforgettable fo\e s-lory of s C!.ine*e '.'^da're Butterfly.' It is an exciting and glamorous me!o« dran'a of the China coast, of an out cast white ir.an rnd -- Chinese slave git!. Ycu'll newr fo%ret this brilli ant melodrama of 'a house of a thou sand. daggers.' —

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WEDNESDAY. APRIL 10 "A Woman Against the World." [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10 'A Woman Against the World.'9 A rapid-fir^ story of a girls deter rcnation to win her way up tn» diffi cult talt'er of journM^m Th? men In the newsraner offL«n resented the advent of a prl rcporte** but she per wverrd arr-1. won thruuvh. A thrilling action sto-y of th* law, the press and lover*. 'Red Wine*' A story of Mine, women and woe. and the wilv wav- of wayward hus bands. Can a Jeopard ch.mg.* its spots — or a d'-n e-ticalc'l. hubby Irs habits? See 'Red Winp' for the answo* . What he learned from blonde and brunette helped a lot with his wife.

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