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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929
YOU ARC A REAL fftlEND i TO THE FARMCR* Th* Foundation of Prosperity that LABOR hat built for the Farmer* The labor government backed farmers' co-operation by Statute; raised the status and stan dards of tho farming industry ; stabilised primary industries and put more money into tlic farmers' pockets ; created conditions that make country life more profitable and attractive ; placed in tho hands of tho farmer the power to initiate his own industrial policies in respect to marketing and stabilising his business. Labor's agricultural programme has pro vided for progress in primary production, and the organisation of the Department of Agri culture has been adapted efficiently to every r need of country life. ' Labor's scheme for tho Organisation of Agriculture has developed most satisfactorily. Vested interests have sought to decry its usefulness,' but middlemen and market riggers may always be expected to oppose anything in the natuie of co-operation. Tho Govern ment is firmly resolv...
WORKING OR LIVING? [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929
WORKING OR LIVING? 'But you see.' said the busy man to the doctor, who had just told him to 'go slower,' 'you see I am work ing for my wife; I can't let my eneigy slacken.' The doctor raised his eyebrows. Ho was a student of the human mind as well as the human body. 'Working for your wife, eh But you're pretty well off, aren't you? Don't you think It's time you began to live for your wife Instead of kill ing her? I wouldn't mind betting she wpuld prefer that.' The busy man was angry at first: hut he thought lt over and went ami told his wife what the doctor had said. 'Of course I should prefer it,' she told him. 'For five years I've hardly seen anything of you. You're always working. I believe you've got to care more for work than for me.' That man discovered Just In time the mistake he was making. He changed. But many go on making lt until they- drop in their tracks. They miss the best in life and rob their wives of it. They die early and are not regretted. Is this YOU?
ECONOMY. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929
econoay. Hen talk in raptures of youth and beauty, wit and sprigbtline-s; but ofton seven years of union not one of them is to he c: mpa ei to good family management, which is seen at every meal, and felt evarv hour in the husband's pui se. — Wit'' e-spoon.
INVALID RECIPE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929
INVALID RECIPE Wh?n using seasonings be sure they are simple. Avoid spices and condi menta. a Tripe and Tomato. — One-quarWr pound cooked tr.'pe, % ounte butter, 1 tomato, 3 tablespoonsful water, seasoning, 1 tablespoonful cream. The trip; must be- veiy tendetn and cut in small pieces. Melt the butter. In a small saucepan, add, the tomato and water and cook until soft. Then sieve, and return, to the saucepan. Add the tripo and seasoning, simmer fcfct %-hour and add the cream just before serving1.
THE WATER WE DRINK. Exercise Care. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929
THE WATER WE DRINK. Exercise Car*. Great care should be exercised as to the sort of water we drink as well as to the food we oat. Water, when pure, is a colourless, transparent ll'iuld. Rain water Is the best example of pure water known, but when lt stands In cisterns Jt is liable to become con* taminatcd by neighbouring sinks and rendered unfit to drink. Spring water Is tho nearest ap proach to perfect water that we have. This Is particularly so when lt flowse through rocky or sandy soil. A ''liv lng spring' is a boon to humanity. The functions ol water are so Im portant to the human race that where the least suspicion occurs as to Its purity, it should be either Altered or boiled before using. Many people In cities take tho double precaution. They first filter tho water, then boll it. In boiling, the insoluble Upie which tho water takes up in its passage through the air and soil is precipitated to the bottom of the kettle, thus the inpuri tles are llmlnated, and the water be comes...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929
WEmSr By Pacing the catering for Weddings, Dances and Patties in our hands you will be relieved of all worries. ^ fqli Our service is prompt , efficient and superior . FRESHLY £ ; ifl BAKED CAKES and PASTRY that are light toothsome ' J ; I IV and delicious, while other viands are of the hifhejc quality. O [ I ||| Charges are always moderate, JJ - ij| W. A. WOODS S 4. I'll! CAFE EXCELSIOR Phone 8 B Iffi NERANG STREET, SOUTH PORT & Best Because Purest KRETSCHMAR— made Drinks are famed for their flavor Try our 'SMILO' The New Orange Drink Once Tasted Always Asked For. — OUR — BREWED GINGER BEER Is a Popular Favorite — While Our — HOP BEER has a Dinner-ale k:ck about lt. Everybody likes (t. ' ALL OTHER LINES EQUALLY GOOD. J. A. KRETSCHMAR, . SOUTHPORT CORDIAL AND AERA TED WATER WORKS. 'PHONE 80. | ❖ i Reduced Prices r j. * j On His Master's Voice I j Gramophones ... j - ❖ I . he Finest Portable is now pro- I !. curable for . £9-0-0 ! j All latest Re-entrant Models greatly j | re...
Handy to Know [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929
| Handy to Know J Scissors, to sharp-rn — Take a fine file and sharpen each blade, br'nff cartful to keep the same an£le as they had at first; file until the rcujh places are all taken cut, put a little oil on the edges of the blades and snap together, then wipe. ? ? * Rubber, to restore elasticity cf. — Uso a si.rple mixtune composed of one part of aqua ammon'a jvith two parts of water, in which the article! should be iirmerfcd until thev re sume their ori;inal e'astlcity, smoo h ness and softness, the time requ'red varying frorr. a few minutes to an hour ? ? * Arsenical Deri'at-.ries, for rcTO/ ing superfluous' hair, care should be exeifcised in their use. (I) Nitre- and. sulphur each one [art, nrpiment three parts, quicik'iire eight parts, sor.p lees 32 ports; boil to the (O-s/.tency of cil ail (2) Quicklime 30 p'rls. arpiment four partf, powdered fitB r rebLc 60 parts; rrv' x and keep in a tlphtly corked lo'.t'e; when ufvd fotln a paste with water, app'y ond let remain five or t...
Bunyip Echo SPECK MYSTERY SOLVED. SEAL IN INLAND LAKE. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929
Bunyip Echo SPECK MYSTERY SOLVED. DEAL IN INLAND LAKE. A Southport Bulletin reader writes to tho Editor: 'The enclosed clip ping (taken from the 'Sydney Bulle tin') was sent to mo fflom a friend in Ipjwich. Some weeks ago I posted your paper wth Mat Heeb's d serij tion of the bunyip t*» this friend; and about the same time ho noticed this Clipping in his payer referred to ard fomartkid it on to ma If tho^e should bo any more talk about the wonderful bunyip ar.d tks would to of any interest to yrur raPer Jou may print. I am thinking the much talked of bunyip must be ve y sneic.mt; I cm past 60 yearp of age and I can remem ber much talk about it when I was very young; At 'hat time it was re ported to be in swamir: around Cafl ara and Nerang. ?' The clipping referred to rrds 'Ironbark' : A mystery that h:s fxercised the minis of Speck fislo* men has been partially cleared up. For 30 years the Great Lake, lying in the centre of the island, was cred ited with harboring a huge creaturs th...
£200 Fine AUCTIONEER'S OVERSIGHT [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929
£200 Fine AUCTIONEER'S OVERS GHT It would, have ra'd Mr. S. A. T. or.: ton. of Messrs Thornton and i eitre. Auctivi.esrs, to have stayed in his own back yar; — or State — ^instead of hav irg -.one across the louder to con.u'.t a sale, fct- which, incidentally, he had to i ay a fino of £200, not having hid a license to operate there. Tl» cm came on at tho Tw:ed Heads pnlce Court at the week 'end, when the defendant p'esd-d gvi'ty to a Ue-jch of tho Ai'Ci-re rs' IJtns ing Act, in having sold vilh:ut a license. Mr. W. Blitz, P.M., was on 'he bench. Constable Bai'ett dep.'sei that o i 2'«1 of February he hn4 se^i Lt' i nd iiiit felling a propel ly at Tweed H ads by public auctiox After the s le the oeferldant admitted tint he d d i ol liavo a New South Wales cuotione i's license, ami. had not given th? ma' te' a thought. He had been an nuction er in Tweetl Heads for a number of yeirs bafcre going to Brisbane and it was probably on that a:ccunt that 1 e h-d overlooked tho nat'er. The rr-...
To Cost £32,162 THE COOMERA BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929
To Cost £32,162 THE CCOMERA 'BRIDGE. The plans of the p:-opo;ed bildge over the Coomera Rivets on the main South Coast roaid. have, been appioved by tho Governor in Council, and au thority has b:en given for its con struction. As the bridge is to be built a little to one s:'ue of the present road line, it has been necessary to resutre o fmall rmount of land to construct the i:e:e'Sliv road d.'viations. Th? cost cf tba inesumptlons, with survey fcCi, Is £100. The ccst of the bridge con stiuction iis estimated at £29147, and. the cost of engineering and super vision at £2915, nraklng the total cost of the bridge £32.162.
Shot in Abdomen TRAVELLER'S MISHAP. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929
Shot in Abdomen TRAVELLER'S MISHAP. At No. 4 Camp on ths Dulbolla s:c tion ?of the K-cgle railway, Ce:il James Kearney, aged 24 years, an em ployee of MTonnell arid East, Ltd, was accidentally shot in the a.bc'om n. He carried a revohier in the picket of a jao'-et. and whfen walking to h's car took It out to place: it In the err. Ho slipped and. this caused the fire* r.rm to explode. The wounded man was brought to Beaude.ert H:spital.
Watch the Border INTERSTATE MOTORISTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929
Wf.tch the Border IXTEU-STATE MOTOIUSTS. Queensland rnoturists entering New South Wales at Tweed Heads for busi ness or pleasure will be well advised to see that every formality is com piled with before tliev leave tlic boun dary of their own State. The officer In charge of police at Tweed Heads has intimated that lt is intended to take action against Queensland drivers who take a car into New South Wales without holding the necessary driver's lloence, and a close watch Is being kept for breaches of the traffic laws.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929
FARM FOR SALE. — Situated at Springbrook. Walk In walk out.— T. B. Nutley, Beachmcnt road, Nerong. WANTED — Lad, about 16 years old, Eood milker. Apjly Parr Bros., Carrara. SHIRE OF NERANQ. Impounded at Mudgeerabn, on Black Pony Gelding, brand appeals /ike M, script, but may be J V 1 If not released will be sold 011 Wednesday, 15th Ma'.-, at 12 noon. C. HARDY, Pour.dkccper. 1st May, 1929. ALBERT ELECTORATE. A meeting of Mr. T. F. Plunkett's Campaign Committee will bo h.-ld at '' tho Committee Rooms (Mr1. T. C. Andrews' Auction Mart), Neranir St., Southport, on Tuesjay, 7th May, at 8 p.m. Supporters of the Country Progressive-National Party, and oth ers willing to work in its interests on Polling Day \v':H be cordially we' come. (Authorised Vy M. 3. Sullivan, Nerang St., Southport.) SPORTS In Aid of the Mudgeeraba and Spring b?ook Memorial Hall Funds. tVill be held on MONDAY, JUNE 3rd. In the HALL GROUNDS, MUDS EEPABA. Programme of events will be ndver * tised later. SOUTHPORT RIFLE ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929
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Social News [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929
Social News | .Mr. ami Mrs. II. Sirens returned lo Brisbane, after spending a fortnight at Vera Villc. Mr. and Mrs. 11. M. Kraft 'Tnn woomha) nrriwd last Saturday. and have taken Arpenta for a month. Mr. and Mr». fi. Hollow-ay f Bris- bane) are spending a fortnight at Castlcfergus. Mrs. K. Hawkins (Toowoomba! Is nt Sli.uiTi'in for two weeks. Ml-s Ksllier Street, who lias lieen an Innr.te of a pri\ate hospital In Biisliane. has returned home to Southport. Ill honour of the eighth birthday of her daughter Joyce, Mrs. fj. A. Bell f.-.i\e an enjojahle party at her home, Westholin, Itaeeeourse road. Ia»t Paltird.iv. The Miss--, filadys Bell and Merle Byd.-r. assisted In entert.iinlnii the ^-ut sts. Ilames were played on the lawn, anil a wireless programme was ?enjoved. The supper room, where tea was ' served, was preltdv decorated with pale pink and blue streamers. Flowers adoined the tables, and streamers of roses radialed lo all parts of the table from a decorated stand on whieli stood...
Women and the Home LONG FACES. ARE THEY A HANDICAP? [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929
*£ Women and the Home s- LONG FACES. ARE THEYA HANDICAP? Is a lon'g face a bar to beauty? Many women seem to think it is, and would give almost anything to have their features re-modelled so as to bring them moro within tho natural beauty line. On the other hand, how few owners of really long faces try to remedy the defect! There are at least three methods of giving pleasing roundness to an otherwise long face. In powdering, for example, a face is made to ap pear 'longer if the tinted powder be put 'on near the ears, and a lighter tint be used on the rest ot tha face. The opposite result will be at tained, and the face will seem broader, if the coloured powder cover the cheek bones and the middle of the face and the almost white powder be placed -in front of the ears. Qiving the face a broad effect at the expense of its length may also be attained by correctly dressing the, hair. The more you can arrange the hair so that lt falls naturally at the sides of the head, the broader will ...
IRONING. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929
IRONING. I'd liato to be a laundress And have to stand and rub, Or turn a noisy mangle, Or wrestle with a tub; But when it came to Ironing I shouldn't mind a bit How much there was before me Because I'm fond of it. I like to- see the washing, So clean and fr^sh and sweet. Arranged upon the clothes-horse In batches crisp and neat; And table-cloths and napkins, All crumpled from the line, By homely magic rendered Immaculate and fine. It's nice to smooth the creases And to watch the iron press A glossy satin surface On lingerie or dress; And leaving laundered linen A beautiful array For lavender-y cupboards At close of ironing day! — Elizabeth Fleming
CONCERNING HUSBANDS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 3 May 1929
CONCERNING HUSBANDS. They frequently get up and make the early morning tea. They seldom forget to kiss their wives in the morning and evening. They don't always complain w-en paying dress-making bills. They seldom say: 'There's nothing to do In the house!' They never make Jones anoui me cooking. They are often less untidy than their wives. They are more often than not the peckers instead of the pecked. They are not compelled to eat cold meat on Sunday night to Saturday night. They often have delicious curries and such-like dishes. They very, very seldom bring un expected guests home for pot-luck. They don't sit reading the paper while their wives do the work, or at least not every day in the week. They1 enjoy taking out their wives, and do so frequently.