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Handy to Know [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929
§ | I Handy to Know C:nna*non So-p. — Tallow soap 14 pounds, palm oil soap 7 pounds, oil of eirnamcn (f;*ssia) 3 ounces, oil of rassafras and essence of bergamot, of cach K ounce, levigated yellow ochre i oun«\ Flii'ri E*trac*« fov S?ria?r.rUa SjTupr.— Sar*spTiilla, 3 ource-,. bur dock 3 ourcs, taraxacum 2 ?unces, sassnfV.h 1 runce; pat 1 ?e^Sfoon'u! of the mixture irto 3 t®is;-»^o»*',fol of wa^er. or ir. that prop^rtK-n, and take 1 tabV«-pcon ful 3 times a day. ? * ? A Number One Chocolate Drop.-. Molding cream, fjranulited sugjn* 20 lb., waten 3 quarts; boiled to a thread, _-et off, add 3 1 ounds of gJu co*'e d^s^oIved; p%ur, let get cold. Cream, :r.elt, ai-a pinch of glucose to 1 pint simple syrup; 4 tablespcons gljxeifne; sttr; mold. ? ? ? Cleaning Stains, Spots and Mildew from Furniture. — Take 14 per cent alcohol, yA ounce each of pul \ori*ed resin and gum shellac, add pint of linseed oil, shake well and apply with brush or sponjg?. Sweet oil will remove fingre mafks from varn...
Pier Pavilion THIS SATURDAY Len Chaney in "The Big City" [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929
Pier Pavilion THIS SATURDAY Lon Charcy in MThe Big City' Once again 'the man of a thou sand faces** givts you a supreme screen thrill. A picture that pulsates with life, tbroc3 with suspense, brunts with its romance. A glittering all-night cabaret — lights and laughter — then a spatte- of bullets, shn'eks ^nd shouts ar.d the action is on. From one amazin? situation to another tbe story ? peeds to a climax that ni-lou,*ds and thrills. Mystery and ad\eiture ur.dej-worH intrigue nnd the might of the law. The most fascinating of '11 rictures. Al Wiliort in «Thc S'cy Sk:d He believed he had indented a new motor fuel more powerful and ten times as economical as feasolire ! And they laughed their heads off at him ! But Al just wouldn't be beaten. He planned and schemed, and finally his detract' r« lork the kin*! of fools they thou'h hte was! And In the planr.»?!ir there was a cirl — a benuty — ?r.d the gfrl of his heart. How Al wins her. and also v.ins the frizc fc-r h;s invention, makes c...
"Dotty" [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929
'Dotty' 'I-wonder-why' Herbert was al ways askine qujestiens, and his poor harried fatber got very tiied of lis tening to the constant stream of whys? uhats? where? and hows? 'Herbert,' he said one day, 'have you ever heard the story of thj lit t'o boy who was always a'-'kirrr ouestiors, until one day he turned Into a b-'ft question mark?' Herbert seemed \-e(T impressed. He was quiet and thoughtful for a f®w momenta, and then he looked up with an Inquisitive pleam in his eye and said 'But, d?ddy, how dii h» manage to keep the dot underneath himself?'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929
BURLEIGH PLUMBING WORKS E. H. C. MEYERS, PLUMBER AND GALVANISED IRON WORKER, JAMES-ST.. BURLEIGH HEADS. 'PHONE 33. Contract prices for all Classes of Roofing and Tank Making, Stoves, Plunge and Shower Baths, Water Heater s, Etc. Windmills Supplied and Erected. FIRST CLASS WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED A TRIAL SOLICITED C. G. Belford The New Small Goodsman SCARBOROUGH ST., SOUTHPORT I DELIVER DAILY. Forward Your Address and I will deliver. ?PHONE 463. Marggrafs — For — All Classes of Footwear, Hosiery Husical Instruments RECORDS AND ACCESSORIES *n GREAT ASSORTMENT H. Marggraf & Son NERANG STREET, SOUTHPORT. 'PHONE 161. 1 D?NJ sf°'! Jun '**15 I in advance by an orgy '!| ' I need to do that. Modern S | picnic fare is a matter of 3 | selection rather than hard 3 I tasty Sandwiches, dainty Cakes 1 H 9 and Pastries or cooling Beverages ' « in Uj and you'U save time, worry and money. | 0 W. A. WOODS PT | jj Cafe Excelsior, Nerang Street , SOUTH PORT | W. W. OLNEY Gentleman s Tailor Nerang...
MORE HOWLERS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929
MORE HOWLERS All Scotchmen wear quilts. » «? Joan of Arc's father was a pheasant ? ? ? The Papal bull is kept In the vacuum. ? ? ? A skeleton is a man with his inside out and his outside off. A11 optlcan is a cheerful eye special ist. A patrician is an Irish nobltmaa m m m When there is a parasite in the aeroplane the pilot is not afraid, to jump out. ? ? ? 'The Last Rose of Summer' was written by tbe man who wrote 'Callep Herring.' » ? ? A fugue is what yon get in a room when there are lots of people and all the windows age shut. ? « ? Peckin Watbeck taid ha was the son of 3 king but he was really the son of respectable people. ? ? ? Wolfe sadl he woud rathetr write an elegy in a country churchyard than fight the battle of Quebec.
READING FOR CHILDREN THE SCARLET PIPER [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 5 April 1929
READING FOR CHILDREN ? :..J„.„.^.^~.....rMOTiiiitTiimrnim;iiiiniiirirtriiiiiiiiiiHTiniiniiinriiiiiiiiiiiriirTtrriTitrt»rnnmilllllim]milIlIl THE SCARLET PIPER ('My Magailnef') As Serjeant La Ramee was on his way to town in seanch of a joint for the Colonel's Christmas dinner he came upon Pierre, the Utth pif®1' 'Well, lad, and what are you up to ?' be exclaimed. 'Please, Sergeant,' replied Fieri e, 'the trouble 13 this. His Majesty's purse is empty and nobody in the regiment is getting any pay this ''month. Granny is very poor, and I have not a farthing l«t to get her a turkey, so 1 thought I would tiry to het her a dish of fregB.' 'Fine frogs you will m» lad,' laughed the sergeant. 'They are bleeping this time of tbe year.' 'There is a blue sky in spite of the frost. The sun Is shining and may wake them,' answered Pierre. La Ramee went on his way, and the piper picked, up his stfck and broke the ice. He was a first-rate piper, and he was even better at catchim frogs. The hopeful boy...
For the Motorist BRITISH MOTOR TRADE. FORD'S PART IN GROWTH. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929
For the Motorist BRITISH MOTOR TRADE. FORD'S PART IN GROWTH. Of the news that is constantly coin ing through In connection with the re vival of British trade tills year, and of the motor industry In particular, a feature is the extension of British In terest In Ford car production. No higher compliment could be paid to British workmanship and manu facturing facilities than that the en tire supply of Ford cars tor France, Germany. Italy. Spain. Belgium. Hol land. Denmark, Norway. Sweden and Czecho-Slovakla should be wholly pro duced in England. All British colon ies in Africa have for many years been supplied by another British section of the Ford Industry, namely — Ford Motor Company of Canada Limited, and manufacture for the remainder of Africa has now been passed over to the English Company. Henry Ford's action In releasing 2.800— 000 shares for British Investment pro- * vlded an opportunity for a forward move in British car manufacture, and added scope for the absorption by Eng l...
KEEP CONTROLS OILED [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929
KEEP CONTROLS OILED It Is important, whhn going over the enginev to sag that tlfe controls to the thibttle ai» well lubricated. A stlc/Idnp throttle due to stiff joints in the controls may havef serious conse quence^ er^pe;ially if the throttle should stick In the fall open posiUo'. Kesip tHem well oiled, and take up' any, play that may have developed when'necessary. WIimi Valve Stems Gum Valve stem gumming ts due to the temperature of th» valve le;ng 'n creased above the normal to such an extent that it causes th* oil to distill or stew down into a gummy mas?. This action is accp'erated where th-re is but a small amount cf oil reaching the st-Tn. The terjdpncv of parous oils to gum under such conditions varies somewhat. This accounts foil the fact that sometimes ths use of a different branid or grade of oil will reduce thn frequency of g)ujnm!ng. Under normal conditions the't?mrea turie of the valve stem is considerably below that at wMch stewin? of- any oil will take place, but if...
Pier Pavilion THIS SATURDAY. VILMA BANKY In "THE AWAKENING." [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929
Pier Pavilion THIS SATURDAY. VILMA BANKY In 'THE AWAKENING.' VI Una Banky reaches the topmost pinnacle of her art In a magnetic por trayal of great power and rare charm. As Marie Ducrot, the Idolized saintly belle of a picturesque Alsatlon Village, who yields her heart to & fickle young officer of many loves, she has a role of fire, tenderness, passion, charm, gaiety and allure. The chilling drama of midnight war fare and wild sides through the gloom of battle-razed lands; the spectacular beauty of carnival day; the gleam and snap of courageous cavalry on a holiday; the biting tragedy .of cruel tongues lashing Innocence to shame and banishment; the calm majesty of cloistered peace; sweeping romance atlngle with tho Joy of young love be neath moonlit skies— these are » the sights that will gladden your eyes when you see 'The Awakening.' CARL DANE 4. GEORGE K. ARTHUR In 'DETECTIVES.' He was the world's tallest detective — and the worst — the only thing he had ever discovered w...
Radiola Dealership Opportunity for Local Trader. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929
Radiola Dealership * Opportunity for ^L'ocal ? Vr^dtr. Aleesfs. J. B. Chandler & Co. notify that they jvlsh jto make arrangements with a local .Trader to act as author ised Radiola * Dealer in this territory. The Radiola' franchise is a very valu— . able one, , as it embraces the most complete line of Radio Receivers built In Australia. Radlola's are built by Australia's leading radio Organisation, Amalgamated Wireless fA'slai Ltd.. who were the pioneers of the radio industry In Australia. Amalgamated Wireless are directly associated with the Marconi Company of England, and the Radio Corporation of America, and practically all the principal radio organisations abroad. In addition. Amalgamated Wireless Beam Wireless Service, so that they are fully equipped technically to deal with any possible radio problems that may arise. Their Queensland Distributors, Messrs. J. B. Chandler & Co. are willing to nego tiate with a dealer here to become the authorised Radio Dealer. It...
Benowa Has Its Day EXCITEMENT AND SENSATION ADRIFT ON FERRY PUNT [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929
Benowa Has Its Day EXCITEMENT AND SENSATION ADRIFT ON FERRY PUNT Under the stress of the heavy gale on Wednesday, the wire rope attached to the hand winch on the ferry punt over the Nerang River, at Carara, was broken, and the punt, with Captain Tuesley and Mr. T. Pain, of Southport, and his motor delivery car, drifted to wards Nerang. With a strong south east wind blowing, it was first feared that the punt would collide with the old sugar mill wharf, but by good Judgment of the Captain, and the as sistance of our worthy 'Tom,' the old hulk was steered saieiy pasi wun oniy a couple of Inches to spare. All the residents (with the excep tion of those who have gone to search for 'Keith Anderson') rushed away to search for the missing punt and Its occupants. It was said that the punt was seen going at a t fast rate in a 'north-westerly direction at about 11 a.m.. so the search party, which In cluded a launch from Southport. went In that direction. It was generally known that the punt ha...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929
H. J. F. Lougheed, (Late HOLDEN BROS.), HOUSE & COACH PAINTER, SIGNWR1TERS, CAR ENAMELLERS 2M. Agents for RIPOUN ENAMEL. SC AR90R0U CH-ST, SOUTHPORT. St. Hilda's School SOUTHPORT. Church of England Grammar School for Girls. For prospectus and all particulars apply— MNIFRED L.- FITTOCK. RA .'rinclpaL K. B. PRICE SOLICITOR. BARNES' CORNER, (Opposite Post Office). SOUTHPORT. Visits Nerang every Tuesday; But letgh every Wednesday afternoon. 'PHONE 453. WHEN THERE IS CARRYING TO BE DONE KINGSTON IS THE MAN TO DO IT. A. P. KINGSTON. 'Phone 3. — Stevens-street. ^our food doesn't do you any good At the end of the day's work, relier* nervous tension btfou eating. Wrigley*s will refresh and tone you up — so that you're ready to enjoy your food. Wrigley's helps digestion, cleanses die teeth, removes ail traces ot eating or smoking— and sweetens the breath. MKKHEfS SLUGGISH UVER~ A torpid, sluggish liver leaves poisonous morbid bile in the blood, which upsets the actioA of the whole sys...
SOUTHPORT RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929
SOUTHPORT RIFLE CLUB. The April monthly Competition will be fired this week end. Ranges have not yet been decided. The handicaps are:— A Soegaard 9, J. Dowrie 10, R. M. Fidd 9, J. Boyd 7, E. L Freeman 10, J. 1». Bailey. 14, W. Scarborough 14, R. Akes 8, H. Hovard 5, E. A. Bailey 11, J. Thome 14, G. Black 19, W. Den nis 9, W. Pareor 9, H. Lougheed 9, W. Smith 7, E. Stewart 12. G. Ellis 12, E. D. Andrews 12, W. Mackey 12, H. Miles 15, C. Hlllier 8, L. Ellis 12, E. H. Stewart IS, A. Thorne 25, J. Prit chard 34, R. Black 31, W. Hicks 15, W. Kretchmar 35, K. Lahrs 13; Duaman 22, F. Stewart 16, H. Rich ardson 18, T. Forster 8.
Mayor Grice Hits Back REPLY TO COOMERA COUNCIL NO APOLOGY; NO WITHDRAWAL [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929
Mayor Grice Hits Back REPLY TO COOMERA COUNCIL NO APOLOGY; NO WITHDRAWAL The Demand by the Coomera Shire Council that he should with draw remarks which he recently made in regard to the condition of the Coomera Ferry punt hae brought a spirited reply from Aid. J. Hendry Grice, Mayor of South port. Here it is:-* I noticed in your valued columns a demand of apalogy from me by the Coomera Council. It was In reference to a letter of mine, as the Mayor of Southport, to the Government Departments and Brisbane Press pointing out that a needless hold-up of nineteen motorists at the Coomera Ferry demanded aa inquiry. J have no desire to 'interfere with the business of other districts, but if. their seeming carelessness or niggard liness affects Southport, then no effort on my part nor that of my Council will be spared to right what to us Is a wrong, no matter where It exists. -Again, briefly put, the facts are as follows:— A conversation the lessee had with the writer about the ferry not wor...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929
TAMBOURINE MOUNTAIN 'DARENA' Modem, r.c. Flat, e light, tennis court, handy coif links, mod. rent. MISS BLAND. 'Phone 46. Ready occupation Feb. 15th. C. A. BELL, RACECOURSE, ROAD, SOUTHPORT. BUILDER & CONTRACTOR SHOP AND OFFICE FITTER. SHOW CASE SPECIALIST. Alteration and Repairs. ESTIMATES GIVEN. Agent for SEA INSURANCE CO. ? 'PHONE 352. R. McKENZIE BUILDER & CONTRACTOR. Estimates given for all Classes of work. REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. Local Agent for: — The Prudential Assurance Co.. of England : C.C.M. and Alls* Craig Marine Engines ; Johnston Out board Motors. Address : — Brighton Parade, Southport. ?PHONE. 274. # WE HAVE JUST GOT IN TfriC A Wide Range of the your LATEST RECORDS (Jramo. of World's Best Artists. Call and make your choice ! phone M. & D. SYMONS Southport's Leading News Agency and Book Shop NERANG STREET, — PHONE 464 i To make it Really Beautiful, Shingling most ? BE DONE BY Experienced Operators. No one nowaday* denies the bealthfmnesa and conve...