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SKINNY ELBOWS. How to Improve. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

SKINNY ELBOWS. How to Improve. Arm beauty Is not easy tor the sports girl to achieve. Strenuous exercising too often upsets tbe delicate outline. Then, exposure to ell the varying changes of weather Is apt to play havoc with the skin, and give It a rough appearance, says an authority. And more often than not the sports girl finds It difficult to pre vent her elbows becoming skinny and rough. To the girl who wishes to preserve the K'uutlful outline of her arms and still enjoy outdoor games, nothing Is better than frequently sponging the wrists and arms with n, solution of vinegar and warm water. In equal parts. Then massage well for five to ten minutes, now and again moisten ing the palm of the hand In salt water. Nou sponge the arms with cold water, arj dry on a fairly coarse toneL When outdoor sports cause the elbows to appear skinny, due to con tinual friction, a little gentle mas-t sage should be Indulged In at fairly regular Intervals. First, remove the dry skin by dam pening th...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

BEAUTY FOR THE 8KIN. Give It A Rest Sometimes. If you can manage to stay indoors for a tew days, put nothing whatever on the face and neck, keeping them very clean with cold cream. Massage the cream In night and morning. Rub It well In on rising, so that you will not be obliged to go through the day with a greasy face. When you return to maklng-up after this brief rest-cure, you will be sur prised how well it goes on. In fact, you feel that It your skin could walk It would have a distinct spring in its step.

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THE KLEPTOMANIAC. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

THE KLEPTOMANIAC. Cynic: 'What -!o you think o* tho many ?rrests for kleptomania that como before tho couits?' Philosop'uer: 'Most of th?rr- aio entirely innccent of all intent to do wfrong, the trinke*? being m?chantc atly dropped into pocket or fatchsl, while thinking of som.;tf» n? eUc.' O.nlc: 'All bosh! Thov ara thieves — born thieves; that's mv Wlm ory, no matter how rich or rSiined. thev tt:r-.' Phi'osopbor: 'Possibly. But b.fro wo ia:t I will thank you for my pen knife, whicH you borrowed a, mem^nc ogo to sharpen a p-ncil. While we vere talking --ou tropped it inta -oar pock:t.'

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Social News [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

Social News Jlrel A. El Hardy, who hfs b^en rn a visit to her dau-,ht?r. Mrs. Vcrn;n Patrick, Gladstone, has r turned home. Mr. and Mra. Frocl \V. Hosk'n h-.o lOturr.ed to Brisbane ?fter sp n'.i*s two wnks' holiday rt Th^j R'n e Southport. Mrs. S. H. Hcdsson an« Mfas F. Hodgson (Maidstonel are srendins ?- fortrRKt's holiday at Toowocmba. Mns. Eaplie White is staying .--t Rutlands, Toowoomba. Mr. nmi'Mrs. G. J. Westacott, after spendinjr a fortnight's holiday at Th-5 Range, Southport, have returned tc- Bitisbanet Mrs. A. Coulson (Sjdney) is tha KUtut of Di\ W. Al Mac3c?y and Miss Al Mackey, at Dumb;no. M-1 W. Alexander is the guest cf Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Saltmarsho at SalairartaL Mr'. anW. Mrsl F. JU'Nish and * 1 *«; II and N. JI'N-isii, who have le-n sr«ndine a holfdry at The Sh*ck, Lb rodor have returned to Brisbane. Mir. Cardcw ?nd Miss L. Ca-dje*. who have been syxmdin? a for!niih'. at C elm'.'od, are new th' ? ue«ts of Miss I. L. Towniey, 'r^h.v.- -parade. A succes;fu! dnnce was ...

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Wedding SEBBENS—BURNITT. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

Wedding SEBBENS— BURN1TT. On April 22. at All Saint's Church of England, Brisbane, the marriage was solemnised by Rev. F. n. Bates of Mr. V. Sebbens (eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Sebbens, Landsborough) and Miss Hilda May Burnilt. daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Burnitt, late or Maldstone, Southport. The picturesque church had been decorated with' dahlias and chrysan themums on the chancel rails and pew ends by the sisters or the bride. Mr. Ayscough presided at the organ. The bride, who was given away t-y her brother, wore a frock ot white marlette with a skirt of silver lace nnd uneven panels, finished at the side with a large satin bow with ankle-length ends. Her Honiton lace hnnd-wcrked veil, which was mount ed on shell pink georgette, formed a train, and she carried a shower bouquet. Miss Doris Burnitt, who attended her sister as bridesmaid, wore a trock ot cream satin and mariette finished with a pink satin bow. fall ing to the ankles. She also wore a pink felt hat to tone, caught...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Ambulance Ball JUVENILES PREPARING. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

Ambulance Ball JUVENILES PREPARING. What p'om'ses to be an f uts'an:ini social event In Southport is tha ball to be held next Friday night. Tho juvenile, particularly, are preparing assiduously and many picturesque dresses in a picturt-squo Felting will be '.iFpiayed. Nothing thit can maVe for enjoyment and success will hi emitted. The sports to follow on tlve Moidny will strS'-ic a n'w advance ix sportins; cntertairment In Southport, I)o!h fdi class and variety.

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News From the Navy MR. J. D. STEELE GETS LETTER. NAVY HAS PRECEDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

News From the Navy MB. J. D. STEELE GETS LETTER NAVY HAS PRECEDENCE. Mr. J. D. Ste.le has just had Com one of his nepliews (Lieut. C-m- ni'ndtr Arthur D.ivcncy SUelc R.t! - R.) who, in 1912 was appointed !{-.- bcur Master and Yarine Sipcr-.'e d ent to the Gumbia Marine, West Cca^t of Afric. He writes: 'I lav? fce r , at Bathursl C1* yc^rs. As far as tl e — climate Kocs, it is not :is bail as ycu nVght expect; from Noveirber to March quite ccki at nipht. Of cou s-: you get luxuries like yellow feve , ^_ blackuater, etc., but It depends a Kreat deal on the life you lead. \'V. have started a Mjt'ine Department -n the l.'.st fi-.e jealr_. and built up a Govermrjjnt river tervic ? I p-w .. workshop, buoy;-gp. etc, so th t it I quite a big show nowv I hop? to c,o to NiperSa in June) for six month? to study their Maifne. which Is a very b's (O.n.-vjn.' ' ' Tiu-lng to another subject. Mr. Stoela comments; As the Southport branch K- y- 1 Si c'-ty -if St. Geoige held their 10th onr.-ual dinne...

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ANZAC MEMORIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

ANZAC MEMORIES. The tea.-s pass and iremone« fade, so th.it events that thrilled Australia fourteen years a«o, are gradually becoming more and more obscured by time's morning influences. Nature urges us to forget tin- ravages of the past ; to blot out the memories of bygone ills and ancient sorrows; to sink in obliv ion the years of war, and the gnawings of sorrow for those tlmt have Kone. And yet there is that within us that will not forget. We darn not forget the gallant lads who marched through our streets heads uplifted, clear of eye. firm of step, anil full of that indomitable spirit that w.is manifested Inter on :i hundred battlefields. We would not forget their heroic siruRtfles in the face of a tireless anil deadly foe ; their arduous striving under war conditions such as were never before ex perieiiced in the history of the world; we would not forget their dauntless courage; their unquestioning faith in the great cause for which they fouzht and endured; we would not forget ...

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Paltering Politicians MENACE OF UNEMPLOYMENT. CANON DIXON OUTSPOKEN. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

Paltering Politicians MENACE OF UNEMPLOYMENT. CANON DIXON OUTSPOKEN. Sptrklng with o«at fervour and forc-fulneas, the Rev. Canon Dixon, in proposing the toast of Our Empire at the Festival din ner of the Royal Society of St. George, at Southport, on Tues day night, stressed the great importance of the unemployment problem and spoke scathingly of prrty polities ss thi-y are known end practised, not only in Aus tr.-.Ib but at the seat of Empire. Ht sounded s strong note of warning that .unless .party filing W5s dropped and this psremount question was solved danger faced them In the future. This utterance, which was char?cttrised as courageous, out spoken, was warmly applauded. EiiKianri, like Queensland, said the Canon, was on the eve of an elec tion and it was listening to the greatest balderdash spoken by can didates of all parties. Pretty little promises of what they would do if we but voted for them were made. They said nothing of the wonders by which they filled their own pockets...

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On the Green SATURDAY'S PLAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

On the Green SATURDAY'S PLAV. Play was suspended on the South port men on Patunlav, owlnc to the rain and it was found Impossible to finish. Scores :— Morris (Auchenllowcr). Dodd. Maltman, Adkins ? 30 AlcVauglit (Toowonp). Stewart, Jolmstoni Clark ? 5 Hack, Annmd, II. Napppr. Carey 23 Slnnn*. Mason, O'Donohue, Hlb h.inl ? .J9 Sh- pherd. Coehrane,' Kretschmar, l.odhur}- ? ,20 Woods, J. B. Price. Biggs. Akes . . ' 22 Pohlman. Bastick. , Wilkinson, Monkhouse ' .'.'.'? ..''..;'''..- ' 15 Betlhy; K. n. Price. Shlllitb. A.'R. ' Andrews ? 12

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Live Alligator BUT DOESN'T CARE TO EAT. SURFERS' PARADISE ATTRACTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

Live Alligator IiUT DOESN'T CARE TO EAT. SURFERS' PARADISE ATTRAC TIONS. One of the attraction* to Southport Is the picturesque gardens at th- Surfers' Pnradls? Hotel, with It' zc loslcnl exhibits. This latter has now been supplemented by a lai'sa alliga tor taken from Its wild state In the North of Queensland The reptile Is a huce specin(3i of Its kin^ and it ?r.io'o K? wcrth a vls't to the zoo. How ever, tho new-comer, since his ar Oval l'^- do^r^fd a hunger strike. Ev?n tasty chicken will not temit him. .How lone this will last should t© of interest.

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Tennis Champions TO PLAY IN SOUTHPORT. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

Tennis Champions TO PLAY IN SOUTHPORT. Itis )lructicallv ceitain that Exhi It is juticlically certain that Exhi Quttn's Park courts on Sunday aflci noon. May 5, in which two of Aus tirlia's noted Davis Cup playeis, J. Cr.wfoiid and. IL Hoipm-'n assisted by two Queensland champions, E Mooi'. snd Lt ThuiMo'.v, will pailic'rate. The nntches will be playod ui«ler th- nu'i'Mcp^ of the Fouthporl T''n;'i Club.

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NECESSITY FOR LIMING. Relation to Manuring. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

NECESSITY FOR LIMING. Relation to Manuring. The fact that Increased manuring demands increased liming is not ns widely recognised by farmers as it should be. The residue of artificial fertilisers In many cases sets up a, chemical process which ultimately leaves the soil in a soured state and which can be rectified only by the ap plication of lime in some form or other, while the 'availability' of most fertilising materials to the plants de pends entirely upon an adequate pres ence of lime In the soil. -Without it, artiflcinl manuring cannot only be un profitable, but also wasteful. Even lime-containing manures such ns basic Blag and cyanamlde do not dispense with the necessity of liming. Their demand on the lime reserves in the soil Is certainly less than that of other fertilisers but, as a recent issue of the Fertiliser Journal (London) states, they do not reduce the demand thereon made by other fertilisers which are being applied simultane ously. Especially does this apply to hone...

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For the Man on the Land COOKING FOOD FOR PIGS Reduces the Food Value. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

| For the Man on the Land g COOKING FOOD FOR PIGS Reduces the Food Value. A summary of the work of various experiment stations In feeding cooked and uncooked food to piss Is furnished by the well-known authority, H. AV. * Potts, In his well-known stock book, 'Pigs and Their Management.' The tests were conducted at experiment stations in Canada, Kansas, Iowa, Ohio, and Wisconsin. The results averafjed show that 4671b. of uncooked meal or grain were required to produce 0 fJblb. gain in weight In pigs. Where the food was cooked, 5051b. were needed to produce similar live gain. A loss of 6 per cent, in feeding value was made through cookinft. 'There are exceptions to this practice,'' writes Mr. Potts, 'and one may be made in the case of potatoes. It may also be noted that cooking under certain con ditions has the quality of Improving the flavour ot some feeds, especially In ?''' ~*~— — ^the cold weather, and when required to prepare pigs for the show ring. Cost Is not taken Into serious...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

You can't Judge a Sausage by its Shiny Overcoat— Neithet can you Judge our Bread until you've tried it Our Buns have a Special Flavour You can order them from our Garter ? 'PHONE 255. J E. MARRABLE, BAKER AND PASTRYCOOK SCARBOROUGH ST., NORTHS ID E, SOUTHPORT. -'? ? ____^_^^__— __^__ CHILLY WINTER APPROACHES! WOOPS' HOT PIES MEAT OR FRUIT, ... ..... _j Have the desired effect of warming ajid stimulating the whole system. Watch for the Cart and secure your supplies. Pastries, Cakes, rnd All Other Refreshments of the Highest Qual. ity on Band. REFRESHMENTS AT ALL HOURS. CHOICEST FRUIT AND VEGETABLES. H. H. WOODS, THE WHITE CAFE, NERANB STKEET, — SOUTHPORT. 'PHONE 375. ?^ 'PHONE 314. THE NEW SEASON FOOTBALL BOOTS r ' -|=- LIGHT OR HEAVYWEIGHT \ /V r AND As |i-lu5ihateq A/ ^1 The 'Harold Horder' ^___g^/ / IJ MADE IN QUEENSLAND BOOT /^ :| ^^^^-— 5?f]L^ *'or Dul''kiHty second to none. ^rfj~~\ 'Tj^ 7~l T*^^, As wcrn by Inte-i's'tct0 a'd Of^.}'' ~^ © © '_T- Interrational Plnyeis. u ® (§ ©3^...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

The Southport School (Chuicb of England Gramm.il School), Head Master: CANON DIXON, M.A.. Oantnb. Boys prepared for the Universities, or for Commercial Life. Splendid Sports Grounds, Cricket, Koolb-U, Tcnn's, Rowing, Bathing, Etc SOUTHPORT SADDLERY ESTABLISHMENT DO YOU KNOW that you will SAVE MONEY bv sending for SADLLERY REQUIREMENTS TO P. MIETHKE, SADDLE AND HARNESS MAKER SOUTHPORT ^3^ ^ , All Lines kept in ySg&kp— '?' A Stock in Rood 'lfcir--*'/'5R5$ variety. i&'jp .1 Alfo your repairs V U A atter.tled to picmpt *o?!i-f' lv from anv Part ^Jj ' of the Electotnte iv- In conjunction with the above. Ajent for; — .Kod Indian, Hnrley-Bavid-on, B.S.A. and Douglas Motor Cycles; Star and Red Bird Bicycles. Howard Cycle and Accessories, Edifon Phonog'.'aphs, Giamophone i'.'::cMres and Recou's. A letter sent from your nearest Post Offic\ or a Rlr|; on the 'Phone (No. 31) always finds us. Piinteil and published by Mich.iel James Q'Donohus. for thj piuprie tois, Bulletin Publi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

M. W. LOVE; ? FUEL MERCHANT. NERANG UOAD, SOUTHI'ORT. 'PHONE 407. Mr. C. G. Frew, L.D.Q.. SURGEON DENTIST, COUNTRY PRESS CHAMBERS EDWARD-ST., BRISBANE. S. B. WARD, M.Q.I.S.. AUTHORISED SURVEYOR. (Late A.I.F.). Neranjr Street. Simthport. 'Phone 205. Bex 9. R. McCOWAN, SOLICITOR, 334 QUEEN-STREET, BRISBANE New Zealand Insurance Chambers Also Nambour and Biaudcserl. Will visit Southport EVERY FiUDAY, And may be consulted at the Office R. G. Uurniston and Max Uialuua Auctioneers, Scaiborough-stieel. STEPHENS & TOZER SOLICITORS, Etc. Union Trustee Buildings, (Corner Gcorjje rnd Queen Streets, over H. F. Smith's), BRISBANE. West Eurleljrh.— Second Thuisclay in every month. Nerang. — Last Thursday in every month. Other plactf on appl'calion.

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Science Lecture MORE TO FOLLOW. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

Science Lecture MORE TO FOLLOW. Mrs. F. SI. Little presided over the year's first meeting of the Southport Scientific and Literary Society, held In the Excelsior Cafe on Friday afternoon. At the suggestion of ttie University Lectures Committee, much deal of time was devoted to the forming of a local public lectures committee. The names of the clergy and medical men wero added to the committee, and it Is hoped to hold a public meeting next month. A very interesting and Instructive lecture on the native trees and flowers was given by Mrs. C. T. White, who was Introduced by the President.

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Rifle Club Dance JOYFULNESS AND BEAUTY INTERMINGLE. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 26 April 1929

Rifle Club Dance JOYFULXESS' AND BEAUTY INTERMINGLE. Dancers swayed In a veritable fairy land at the Pier Pavilion op Friday night, when a euchre party and dance In aid of the funds of the Southport Hlllc Club was held. For a twilight dance an enchantlns effect was achieved by the subdued radiance of numerous coloured globes, liathlne cver\thlng In a soft ethereal beauty. When the hall was later flooded with the brilliant lights It gave varied gladness to the effect. To add to the charm and palely, Chinese lan terns, gum tips, and coloured lights were artistically arranged around the hall. The undoubted success of the effort is due to the capable organisation of the ladies' committee and the valuable assistance rendered by male enthus iasts. Mr. It. II. Hovard acted as master of ceremonies, and Mr. J. A. Krct sclmiar. assisted by Mr. It. Akes. supervised the euchre, for which tables weic arranged In the rear part of the hall. The dance music was supplied by Mrs. W. S. Barron's orche...

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