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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

A. LEDBURY, BUILDER ft CONTRACTOR. Plan prepared and Estimates Given for All Classes of Wortc 'REPAIRS A SPECIALTY LENNEBERG-STm SOUTHPORT. 'PHONE 202. Wkittlt Im. (Late A.I.F.) THE RELIABLE QROCERS Esplanade Store, Southport A FEW SPECIALS ? ? Just landed ENGLISH CUPS and SAUCERS, in two shapes Mlnton and Parts. Eienkfast 1/6 each, 17/6 -?oz. Teas 1/5 e\rh 16/6 'oi. PRIMUS STOVES ? 13/6 each. Our Grocery prices arc right and our Service I3 OlK. Two Storcn at your service Esplanade and North St Those 223. J. D. ANDREWS, AaeMoaeer aad Ccmmssion Ag-Tit, TALLEBUDGERA. Sales held In any part of the District FARMS FOR SALE Write for list to— Jl D. ANDREW? Winifred Elsie Hopkins L.T.C.L., A.T.O.L* Organist of St. Peter's Church. Teacher of Pianoforte, Violin, Harmony, and Theory. Students prepared for all Music Exams. Address : — 'St. Gregory,' Queen Street, Southport. F================ ' The Original German (Dr. Sandow's) Karlsbad Salts Which are intended to be taken internally to remove...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Church Services. ST. PETER'S. SOUTHPORT. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

Church Services. ? x-: ? ST. PETER'S. SOL.THPORT. 7.30 am. Holy Conmunlon (every Sunday). 10 n.m.. Holy Communion (Sang), 1st, 3rd, and 5th Sundays; Mattins, 2nd and 4th Sundays. 7.30 pjn.. Evensooe (Every Sunday) NERANG. — 2nd Sunday in month, h a.m.. Holy Communion; 4th Sunday in month, 3 pjn.. Evensong. UPPER COOMERA. — 2nd Sunday in month; 11 am. Holy Ootnmunlon Feb.. April, June. Aug., Oct. and Dec.) ; 2 pja, Evensong (Jaru, Mar., May, July. Sept. and Nov.). OXEN FORD. — 2nd Sunday in month ; 11 ajn. Holy Communion (Jan. March. May, July. Sept., Nov.) ; 2 pan, Evensong (Feb., April, June, tog., Oct. and Dee.). REV. V. H. WHITEFOUS1

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

ROMAN CATHOL2C CHURCH. Southport. — Mass : Every Sunday, at 7 aJn.; 10 am. oil Second Sunday of every month, and on 4th Sunday when 5 Sundays in the month. Evening Devotions: Everv Sunday at 7.30, except the last Sunday. Burleigh Beads — 10 ajn, on 1st Sunday in th» month. Nerang. — Mass: Every 3rd Sunday at 10 aJn, Upper Coomera. — Mass: Ev^ry last Sunday at 10.30 us, and Evening Devotions at 7.30 pjn.

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Hints for Householders [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

Hints for Householders Add a teisfoonful of pTaffin to the water when wash'n? linoleum. This rouives &.nins and helps to preserA'e tho linoleum. ? ? ? To ke~r- drains &C., fresh and whole .some. dissolve 1 oz. peflmanranate of potash in 3 ozs. of boilinfS water and pour this fc'.own at least once weakly. ? ? ? If a 1®t tie, flower and olive oil a'«t njixed to a paste they will be found ?x'e lent for cleaniniy lacquer. Ayplv to ??nrfaoe of aiitiic'es er.d polish with a Dft duster. x * * * To tfc3t Uminf pour a r.-.Iotture of hot water and r«(ppenn|nt oil down the upper: pert of ths I Vain, and if th*- joints are faulty, an unpleasant cdour will become noticeable at ono-. If the fca'.h tho-vd -irty yellow irarks and stai-s. lenwe tl^en % tub. btng hart! with a cloth dipped in spir its of salts. Haw the bath tf-ps turn ed full on so- as to wash awjy the chemical. ^ 1 ? ? » Sinks srouM -te ? wrsh^d lesrularly with hot water 'Snd soda. If ver' dirty aT.d a little rhloride...

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SECRETS OF SOAP. Hardness Test. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

SECRETS OF SOAP. Hardness Test. A great deal can be learned about the quality of a piece of soap by mere ly touching It. When buying, choose a soap that Is moderately hard. It should not be possible by pressing one's finger on to a tablet of toilet soap to make a dent on the surface. On the other hand. It Is well to avoid a soap that Is so hard that it cannot be scratched by the finger-nail. 'Stoniness* In a soap is often an in dication that mineral substances have been added to it — probably to disguise the fact that the soap contains a large amount of water; without these hard eners. it would be flabby and obvi ously worthless. China clay, chalk, and borax are often used as hardeners In Inferior soaps. Borax especially gives the soap an almost rocklike surface. Borax has a slight but definite bleaching action on certain colours, and it also has the tendency to make woollen fibres brittle. An artificially hardened soap which contains borax is, therefore, particular ly unsulted for ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

The Southport Store The Oldest Store in Southport. Established in 1879 and still going strong Delivery to all parts of the Town and District Prices are right. 'Phone 315 R. C. CAREY, CASH and CARRY Right at Railway Station Where the Prices are at Gty Level CAREY'S CASH and CARRY Delivery Free 'Phone 399 BASTICK'S Where you get Quality and Service We have opened a Beautiful Range of the following lines for Winter Wear 36 inch Plain Colored Winceyettes in shades of Pinkr Sky, Mauve, Lemon. Coral and Cream. 36 inch Striped Winceyettes in a nice range of narrow and wide stripes. 27 inch Ripple cloth in shades of Sky, Pink, Mauve,. V eau Rose, Cream, Saxe, Marone, Scarlet and Coral. 32 inch Molleton Flannelette in Grey and Fawn. 31 inch Striped Flannelette, good fleecy finish, suitable for children's and men 's Pyjamas. White and Cream Flannelette, 27. 30 and 36 inch wide, made of Epytian Cotton. Children's Bunny Rugs in Pink and Sky. Children s Flannelette Cot Blankets. . - Grey Blanket...

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HEART RISKS OF INFLUENZA. HOW TO AVOID THEM. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

HEART RISKS OF INFLUENZA. HOW TO AVOID THEM. (By Sir W. Arbuthnot Lane. Bart.) Many physicians have called atten tion to the folly* of regarding the pre sent incidence of influenza aa being of a trifling nature, since its immediate mortality has, fortunately, not been a marked feature. .Few people realise how very depres sing and lowering to the vitality of the tissues of the body Is the toxin or poison produced by the micro-organ* ism which la responsible for this dls ease and how readily It renders the body liable to infection by other germs, such as those of pneumonia and pleurisy. While the public generally can gauge the effect produced by the disease In the degree of mental and . physical apathy which la associated with it for some time after the more obvious symptoms have subsided, they do not clearly recognise that the most !m- . portant organ in the body, the heart, which Is constantly In action, and whtch only obtains a comparative amount of rest when the body Is In the rec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

Sports! Sports!! Eight Hour Day, Nay 6 SOUTHPORT SHOW GROUNDS IN AID OF AMBULANCE PROGRAMME Cotronencins at 12 Noon sborp ALSO CHILDREN'S- EVENTS (Including Bicycle Races) Motor Cycle Race, four lapa — 1st 30/; 2nd 15s Musical Motoi| Apples — 1st £1; 2nd 10/6 Motor Car Driving — 1st £1; 2nd 10s 6 Wood Chopping Competition for nov ices— 1st £2; 2nd £1; 3rd 10b. Ent;y 3/6. Six entries or half jprize money Entries close with the £e:retary 3rd May. Open Wood Sawing Ccnupetiticn — yno '*uuineo 1st; trophy 2id Guinea 1st; trophy 2nd. FANCY DRESS FOOTBALL MATCH And other] Attractions MODEL BAND IN ATTENOANCE v Refreshments on the Grounds Please Note — BALL IN PIER PAVILION FW»«*, H*of MAY REMEMBER DATE SPORTS CAR NIVAL 6th MAY Schedules and all particulars from — P, RABY : : : Hon. Secretary Ambulance Centre Beechmont Sports SATURDAY, MAY IS, 1929, In aid of the NEW SPORTS^ GROUND, To be held in F. Scott's Paddock. First event to staict at. 10.30 rsharp. Admission to Ground. 2/; Children F...

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MOTHER'S PICKLES. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

MOTHER'S PICKLES. Cook in proportion one-quarter of beets to three-quarters of cabbage. Cook beets until done and chop them, but chop the cabbage raw and bring it to a good scald. Use pepper, salt and sugar, about one-half cupful of the latter. Scald vinegar and cover the pickles with this. Pack tlghly In Jars, and cover. If spices are used put them in a bag and scald in vine gar.

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Reading for Children THE DANCING SUNBEAM. "My Magazine." [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

Reading for Children THE DANCING SUNBEAM. MMy Magazine.' A curtain was drawn across the par Jour window of the little convent of Kaines in Dorset, so that no man should see the three nuns seated in side. Though the room was darkened, and the sight of blue sky and grfeen hill denied, the parlour showed cheery and cosy enough to those who were within, though the day was in the far off time of King Henry the Third. Fresh rushes strewed the floor, wax candles shone in the sconces, a good log fire blazed on the hearth; on one side of it, in an oak armchair, sat the eldest nun, Sister Tabltha, stout and short, embroidering a purse for one of her wealthy friends. On the other side, in, a similar chair, sat tSister Catherine, thin and tall, sewing coarse clothes for the poor.. . As she worked she fidgeted, her dark eyes sparkled with an irritation as great as if she had been wearing the girdle of hedge hog skins - which her confessor had once 'allowed, and the bishop had since forbidden her...

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LONG FACES. A Handicap. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

LONG FACES. A Handicap. Is a long face a bar to beauty? Many women seem to think It Is. and would give almost anything to have their features remodelled so as to bring them within the natural beauty line, says a writer. On the other hand, how few owners of really long faces try to remedy the defect? A method of giving a pleasing roundness to an otherwise long face. In powdering, for example, a face Is made to appear longer If the tinted powder be put on near the ears, and a lighter tint used on the rest of the face. The opposite result will* be attained and the face will seem broader if the coloured powder covers the cheek bones and the middle, of the face, and the almost white powder be placed in front of the ears. Giving the face a broad effect at the expense of its length may also be at tained by correctly dressing the hair. The more you arrange the hair so that it falls naturally at the sides ot the head, the broader will the face ap pear to be. Likewise, the parting should not ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

FIREWOOD Supplied In any quantity. Cat to any Length. lAf MNail W. vnmn« - Thou, S4. Frank*strMt. | ' IT'S JUST AS GOOD ' f | mimiimiiiiimiimiimm n:i ni4 | | | 1 f\F all the arts of subterfuge resorted to by deal- 3 | ^ era in pursuit of trade, there is none more || 1 objectionable, more dishonest, than the Oriental S | practice of striving to substitute goods, called far g | by the consumer, on the plea that they are 'just § r as good'. g 3 Few persons can be found who have not, at one || | time or another, been defrauded by this un-British |j | attempt to deprive the manufacturer of his good p | name and reward, and the customer of the quality |f | and finish demanded ?*. j Every manufacturer to-day guarantees the quality jj 3 and reliability of the lines he advertises. Readers H B can, therefore, rely implicitly on the goods advert- & | * ised in the South Coast Bulletin as being the best g | ' obtainable anil they should be ever alert against |j j being imposed upon by s...

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Public Opinion Sand Siltation [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

Public Opinion Sand Siltation Mr. A. G. Bailey writes to the Editor. I hare just read the discussion re ported in your paper re the opening of a channel to enable Nerang Creek water to scour out the sand banks now prominent in our estuary. Of all the Utopian ideas ever formulated, Alder man Shepherd's Is the worst Anyone who studies the matter can see that the force which put the sand In front of our estuary is still active, and no matter how wide you cut a channel it would fill up/ The fact that the Pacific cable has been uncovered three times, although turned four to five feet under the sand, will prove that a tremendous erosion Is taking place on the main beach, and If the sand is still carried north as it Is, It would necessarily flU up any channel which might be cut Take It from me, Mr. Editor, the only solution Is closing Jumping Pin. * The current then would come down to Southport and rushing up Nerang Creek would back the# water to such an extent that It would scour the chan...

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THE VALUE OF SALT. Its Uses. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

THE VALUE OF SALT. Its Uses. ..Salt is the most useful household commodity, apart from Its legitimate . _use for flavouring food. Light coloured cloth can be easily cleaned with salt. The garment should be laid on m table, and warm salt scat tered evenly over the surface of the material. A pad should then be made of a piece of linen folded several times, and with this the salt should be rubbed Into the cloth, taking long sweeps. Never rub in circles, as this would affect the surface of the cloth. When all the garment has been treated, the salt should be brushed out, and the garment shaken. A tablespoonful of salt, placed In the rinsing water, will stop colour running in a fabric which Is not tub-fast. If a handful of salt Is added to the rinsing water, no difficulty will be ex perienced In dry clothes In frosty weather, as they will not freeze. If an egg cracks during boiling, a teafcpoonful of salt In the water will prevent the white from spreading. If a fresh fruit stain Is covere...

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Women and the Home THE IMAGINATIVE LIFE. What It Means. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

Women and the Home s- THE IMAGINATIVE LIFE. What It Means. (By Irene Robertson.) It is Indeed of the value and bed* rock worth of Imagination In life that I write. Not a thing of terrors in dark lanes and fancied innuendoes, but the sweet quality that Is a full half of tho creative faculty it 1s. The Imagination of the work-a-day man and woman Is that which transforms an existence of monotony Into a thing instinct with sweetness and beauty. This is tha ^precious belonging of the 'Artist In Life.' The magic of mauve and rose hang ings, bowls of orange lilies, lacquered brass and painted china, the shim mering, glowing fabrics of evening robes, all these catch the soul of women for their homes. Their gardens are stately with rows ot 'lilies and hollyhocks, gracious with climbing wisteria and fern, gay with poppies and brilliant rock plants. Their homes are gay with cretonne and embroidery, designed furniture and planned colours. But there Is also the inner imagina tion, that plans swe...

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PRESBYTERIAN SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

PRESBYTERIAN SERVICES. Nerang — 11 a-m. Benowa— 4 tuts. Souhport Church Service— 7.30, pjn Southport — Sunday School 2.30 pjn ? Preacher— Rev R H C CROWE

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (Taile-badgers). [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (Talle budgera). Tallcbudgera — 11 ajn. Lower Currumbin — 2.30 pjn. Mudgeeraba — 7.30 pjn. Rev. W. R. COWAN.

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH White Street. Southport. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

CONGREGATIONAL CHURCR White Street, Southport. Sunday School, 9.45 am. Church Services, 11 ajn. and 7,30 p.m. Holy Communion on the 1st Sunday morning; and 3rd Sunday evening of «ach month. Minister : Rev. W. A. Hardie, B. A.

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ANDERSON—SMITH [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

ANDERSON — SMITH Mountain View, Be^hmont, w^as tha sc:ne of a pretty wec'lding on April 10, when Mr. George William re a'd Anderson, Childers. was married to Miss Emily Editb Smith (eldest daughter of Mr. and MS'. Eres Sml'h). The ceiemony was perf rmod by Rev. B. P. Walk«r (Eetudrs rt). The bride was given away by her, fath»rt and wore a gown of lw«v c epe dot chine, inlet with jjulpure lace. The veil was of embroidered tulle, finished with orange blossoms rnd silver. The bride cii)ried a shower bouquet of white! rosebuds, dahlias and maidenhair. Mirs T. Smith atteiWnd her sister' and was f rocked ir. }^-lo ftveri crepe do China, with guipure insertion and touches of pink; and wore a hat of Tuscan straw to tone. She carried a bouquet of pink asters, moses, and dahlias. Mr. K. Smith was best rrao. Aftei; thef ceremony a re(»ct!on v. a? hsld on th» spacious -erp.ndahs. which had been decoratefd for the occasion. Mrs. Smith recfeiveU the guests in a frocflc of mastic crepe de chine, r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 19 April 1929

J. N. Skelton BUTCHER QUEEN AND SCARBOROUGH STREETS ? SOUTHPOR1 Orders called for Daily and Prompt Delivery to Town Residents. Three Deliveries each week to Benowa and Bundall. For 1001b. or 501b. lots CORNED BEEF CANNOT BE EXOELLED ^ COUNTRY CUSTOMERS A SPECIALTY. 'PHONES: Scarborough Street, 19; Qaeen-street. 83. Northside Butchery G. A. JACKSON, Family and Carcass Butcher Scarborough Street (North), Southport PRIMEST BEEF ONLY CUSTOMERS WAITED ON DAILY. 5 SHOP. PHONE. 90; HOUSE »PHONE, 19a : _ I If you want the best, combined [ J witK civility and attention, try j I COLVIN I I THE NEW BUTCHER ? | NERANQ STREET, - SOUTHPORT | | . 'PHONE 142 | ''' 'A Rogue in Amber'' ANOTHER BRILLIA-T SERIAL In Dhe bulletin ' COMMENCE THE NEW EXCITING TALE IN THIS WEEK'S ISSUE. NOW ON SALE SPLENDID ILLUSTRATIONS BY PERCY LINDSAY A most interesting and unusual plot full of exciting episodes. Read the adventures of Antonia. Jeanrette and ?'La Savate'' in Italy and Paris. Follow the trail to the banks...

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