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"Sunny Southport" PRIVATE SCREENING OF FILM [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

'Sunny Southport'5 PRIVATE SCREENING OF FILM By courtesy of the N'ay^r, Aid J. HI Grice and tho p-y-ducert Mr. A. Burne, a private sCiesninT cf th* film 'Sunny SouthR-T-t' was jjiven r*t the Grand Hotel on Pfday ric,ht# and the large number tliat attended both pleased and i ipre-seci with the film. As previously imported the embraces nxst of the attweti^rs which haw irado Southp'rt^ fa-TOU* as a tourist resort. There mipht hsw been seme additions to the film some cuts could ha\-e been inade ^it i c'dvanta^o to allow for this be'n^ done, but, nevertheless, the film is an outstanding achievement and, tlink* to the entcr^^*» of the C'ur* cil and the «ood ^fFicoi* of Francis, M.P., will do much rocd for the town in its exhibition through cut Australiau An illuminating fll.T. of the r cent Rtvo tcur. up mrth, taken bv Burne, fa.' the Department cf Agri culture was also rhrwn. Votes ff thanks were ncco idod. l-oth Mr*. Furn»? and the Mayor.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TOMATO CATSUP. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

TOMATO CATSUP. Mary Smith asks for a reclpo for the above. Half bushel of tomatoes, one teaspoonful of salt. Boil and strain througW a coarse sieve. Add half tea spoonful of powdered cloves, 1 tea spoonful of powdered allspice and four dashes of cayenne. Boll down to 5 quarts. Bottle while hot and pour over a teaspoonful of olive oil before corking. He: 'I've d;fiilMy de:id«U to asV your father to-night. She: 'Inched? Well, you must write to me ccrasionally from the Cripples' Home.'

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

Pier PAVILION THIS SATURDAVS'SPECIALS— i , RONALD GOIMUI THE RESCUE 'A matchless * drama of Intr'ti) and love in tha Java teas. , ? And.— OLBATSCHECHOWA U Moulin Rouge An interne Hraim of tnufoii lore and sacrifice, in the City of Gaiety, Pari*. : 8AZETTE- — COMEDY * Bm PIm at Theatre. Thane 3(4 TUESDAY } . THE USUAL ENJOYABLE DANCING 8 p p. ? IX pa. { 1 hildrens' Safest TawL. I L^onsump^onx^j^H j f nrHE kid&s can safely spend their A i pennies on sweets here. Such i . r*?® ' delightfully tempting, wholesome ' J \ / ra^sprsM _] ?'», onjj, ctnrat hum (hem in airy wa^. \1 '.| Only fcs lines of stenduJ makers . . _v^ .'M '! ept in stocjc— their names are a ,2| W. A. . WOMS^l* I ^ Cafe Excelsior, Nerang Street, SOUTH &L -I K—l M*-il |_ ? II jiest Because Purest] ff .KRETSCHMAR— made Drinks are famed for, vf| ?- their flavor Try our 'SMILQ' ' -|| The New ^Orange Drink . ' ^ f' OnceTastedA'wuys Asked For. \ ?. . . -our- : BREWED GINGER BEER b a Popular Favorite . |)j - — W...

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SAVE YOUR TEALEAVES. THEIR VALUE. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

SAVE YOUR TEALEAVE3. THEIR VALUE. Don't throw tealeaves away. Collect them for a week In a pall, then pour over them one quart of boiling water. Leave for one hour. Strain and bottle the brown liquid. This Is a splendid gloss maker. If you use it on mirrors, glasses, or windows it makes them shine like crystal. It is also a good cleaner for varnished wood, doors, and furniture. Use It also for linoleums. Polish afterwards with a soft duster, and there will to a polish like beeswax, without giving a dangerously slip pery surface.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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SOFT WATER. ITS BENEFICIAL EFFECT. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

SOFT WATER. ITS BENEFICIAL EFFECT. Remember Ihat soft water Is much more cleansing and beneficial lo the ! kin than hard water, and If the water. Is hard In your district use some bath crystals or some other softening medium. You ran add a tablespoonful of I'urax or ammonia lo the water, or tic a handful of bran or oatmeal In n muslin bag and let It lie in the bath while the hot water Is running In.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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DRYING MINT FOR WINTER. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

DRYING MINT FOR WINTER. 'Housewife' asks how to dry mint for winter use: — There are two .uetliods of drying mint. You may tie the mint up in bunche* on the stalks, and put them in paper bags; hang these from a nail in the kitchen keeping the bag securely tied, and when the mint is so dry that It will powder. It Is ready to store away in a dry press or box. The other way Is to dry the leaves In the sun, or in a cool oven, and either powder finely, or put the leaves as they are In an air-tight bottle or Jar. Parsley may be dried in the same way.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

WHEN WINDS ARE COLD. PROTECT THE' SKIN. Skins which do not take liquid powder well must lie protected by a vanishing t ream and a powder. First wipe over the face with a pad of cotton wool wruniT out of Florida wafer and dipped in cold cream. Re move all cxcess of cream after a minute or two. Then place' some vanishing cream lti the palm of the hand, mix it with a few drops of astringent lotion (or cau do Cologne and lose water mixed in equal quan tities), till it becomes quite soft and creamy. Then apply fairly thickly and evenly and powder much more liberally than normally. Any marked excess of powder can be removed with a piece of cotton wool immedi ately before going out.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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HOME ECONOMIES. RASPING ARE USEFUL [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

HOME ECONOMIES. RASPINGS ARE USEFUL Put the crusts Into a cake tin, and bake in the oven till golden brown. Crush finely with rolling pin, or put through a fine mincer. These rasp ings can be used for sprinkling over fish cakes, rissoles or boiled bam after cooking. If used for cooking they give a dark appearance to the food, so the white crumbs are better. Breadcrumbs and raspings should ? be kept In airtight Jars. 'Browned crumbs are made to serve hot as a garnish to certain grilled meats or fish. For two ounces ot the dried breadcrumbs take one ounce ot butter. Melt the fat In the frying-pan and add the crumbs when hot Stir with a metal spoon over moderate heat until golden brown. Season, drain and serve.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A.V EXPERT AT THE BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

AV EXPERT AT THE BVSIXESS. Vida: 'I suppose you don't hnpixn to know o) a good hairdressert' Dora: 'Rather! There's a chap in the Arcade 1 rho gaie me three i firmer* and a second last Saturday.' (Published by arrangement v,ith the 'Sydney Bullet.'tt')

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Chamber of Commerce LIGHT MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

Chamber of Commerce LIGHT MONTHLY MEETING. Due to the absence from town of many of liie member*, business was of a* subdued nature at (lie monthly meeting of tlie Chamber of Commerce on Thursday night. Jlemlicrs present were: Messrs. Watts. L. A. Annand, L. M. Nixon, R. Jolm-lrm, Walker, J. I'uriis. Ilyder, In tlie al)»fni-e of the |m sSilciit. Mr. h. A. Annand was voted to the chair. No Pamphlets. The Soatliporl Town Council wrote . in-Using a letter from Iioscli Dartell. In which they asked for pamphlets ad \- iti-,iig £oulli|iort. Mts»rs. Nixon and Walls moved, and it was carried, that the writers lie in formed that at present there was no thing In the way of pamphlets. SMte Conference. Tlie Southport Town Council advised that the Mayor had been electcd to represent tlie Council on the com mittee appointed lo make arranut ments for the annual conference of the Fed erate chambers of Commerce. Tbe secretary adiised in connection with a ' the same, matter that Mr. Wilson had ^ _ bee...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Football Flashes [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

Football Flashes (By UXOMI.) 11 ?? si.: i-o!-t:- to nil. Seagulls de feated Tweed Heads on Tweed Recrea tion Reserve, on Sunday. Tlio foot lull was fast and thrilling and attract ed 4 record attendance. iu their opening game Burleigh Heads delivered the goods, and by Uicir deleat of Nerang show what might be expected of liK'iu a» tlie coiii [H.-tlUon ad\ances. Nixiiun niorid Maiself at half-back and was a iiig-sized thorn to the opposition i-ide. Urollier 'Xudgee,' likewise, covered liimseir with glory by his work among tlie and was responsible for i»e\i-n iiolots of tlie total of IG scored, by tlie Burleigh combination. Uuiiien.-ll, at the key position, con tributed largely towards Burleigh's success. In a ratlling game, that was never without interest, Murwlllumbah de feated Southport at the show grounds on Sunday. The scores 18 — 1C are proof of the sparkling nature of the exhibition. Tries were scored for Southport by W. Ford (S), J. Thom son, and R. Done. _ II. Napper and L. Bo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

t Wheri million* rrultiply in pounds r - - from pence. , Good Fortune needs the balance of ^ good sense; ' , Vclgaifty deligfcta In wild display, . . - . : Until th» loss of vigor brings dismay. An npstart wastrel curst not blest with win n lTli. \ In frantic follies stultifies Ms hea'th, j - For coughs aid colds the poorest -*se S . MSU|g With Woods' GrtM Peppwnrfnt Cote.

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Women and the Home FIGHTING THE FAMILY FLU. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

J Women and the Home s- | FIGHTING THE FAMILY FLU. First father, then the maid, then the nursemaid, then baby — down they go lilto a row of nine pins. Only mother remains on lier feet, night anil day. All routine broken, all timetables down (how I dislike that!), says a young mother In a London Journal. Life resolves itself into new essen tials: — (a) Fires. (b) Hot drinks — le-non nnd orange, meat extract and milk. (c) Cold drinks — barley water, milk and soda. (d) Hot bottles. (c) Temperature takin?;. (I) Meals on Trays. (g) Medicine for three persons three times a day. ill) Changing and rubbing down' my patients. (I) Emergency washing, cooking, and washing-up. (1) Trying to reconcile poor babe to his first taste of 'flu. He walls — a new thing In life for that Jolly, rowdy youngster. And, Incredible, he refuses Ills food! To-day they are all a little better. The poor liouse! Never mind. We'll spring clean soon. But the pipes are frozen In the bathroom this morning, _ and all wate...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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TROUBLE-SAVING IDEAS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

TROUBLE-SAVING IDEA8. Powdered Starch Is excellent for cleaning silver. When washing sateen, rinse it In borax water to give It a good sheen. Stains on aluminium and tin may bo removed by rubbing with salt. To prevent milk from boiling over, rub tho edge of the saucepan with butter. Boiled linseed oil well rubbed into oak bedsteads gives them a splendid polish. , Newspapers of even size make a good Ironing pad, when fastened at the corners to a board with drawing pins. and covered with a clean cloth. Salt Is excellent for removing stains from enamelled Ironware. If sprinkled over a carpet before sweep ing it will keep down the dust and help to brighten the colour. To clean white enamelled furni ture, rub with a damp cloth dipped In warm water In which a little whitening has been dissolved, and afterwards polish with a soft duster. Oil stains should be rubbed with a rag dipped In benzine.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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TO KEEP WARM AND WELL [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

? ? \ TO KEEP WARM AND WELL The best' way to keep warm and well Is to face Jack Frost bravely and Indicate that you don't care two hoots for his sharp temper, says an authority. Wear plenty of woollen clothes, no natter what you look like, and es pecially keep your feet warm. ? Walk as much as possible, breathe deeply, and eat and drink warming and nourishing foods and take plenty of oranges and ward off 'flu. A hot enp of cocoa or milk or gruel or something of that kind on going to bed will help you to get warm and sleep well. But don't huddle over the Are Indoors and hunch your shoulders and look miserable when your out. Expand your chest and hold your head up, and If you are properly clothed the cold won't do you much harm.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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WHY, WHAT AND WHICH. FOIl AM IDLE MOMENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

WHY, WHAT AND WHICH. FOR AN IDLE MOMENT. Why Is It difficult to keep sinks clean? — Because they've always got Ink In them. . Why do glasses often get broken? Because they're tumblers. What three cookery ingredients do you find In the alphabet? — Tea, Pea. and Cayenne. (K.N.) What country sounds a bit fishy? Wales. What islands are very stupid?— The Scllly Isles. Which English river is a lucky number?— Severn. Wfcy do mice always feel old?— Because they've always got Ice In them.'

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Aerial Landing Ground DEFENCE DEPARTMENT INTERESTED. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ACTION [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

Aerial Landing Ground DEFENCE DEPARTMENT INTERESTED. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ACTION Having awakened the interest of the Defence Department, the public of Southport may hope that a begih ninif Kis been made towards securing fog this centre a suitable landing giound for lar^c 'planes, and eventu ally a 'drome. Action in the matter was taken at Arrii'n ireeting of the local Chamber of ComT.erOa. wh?n it was decided to get into touch with the Defence De partment. A repVv from that Body was read at the monthly meeting; of the Cham ber on Thurlday night. Similar re quests (that an officer should visit and iy(port) had, the letter stated,, icon mide by many other centres and compliance utftli these would bi greatly facilitated if local auth-c riles would arrange to forward a detailai report rcgaildin^ any sites which th:y nrav lave under consideration, and which mny appear to satisfy the requirements of a landing ground. It was suggested that the Chamber co operate with the Town Council in sen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

Cured by Snake Poison NEW HOPE FOR EPILEPT.Ol The director of a Port Elizabeth snake farm claims the di6co\ery of a cure for epilepsy. Some years ago a Canadian backwoodsman, who was a victim of cpilfp^y, was bitten by a rattlesnake. He recovered from the bite and then found his periodical fits had vanished. A similar case was re corded Jn South Africa. Following these clues, tlie director, with all the resources of the sn.ike farm at his ill'P»--vil. sot to worU ami prepared \enoms In de*lecat«M and sterilised form which he distributed among a nmnher of doctor*, N\ho airreeil to as sist in the e\perimenN. At flr*t tluse Were not entirely successful, thoueh imiv en-.' r^porti'd i 'ti'Mi In In kn-ftv of tt-o Tfter Injections ef tf-e ui.l ,»f »i» ir« !!?'\ oi«lin-ry it: -r un th(i v.fil;. the -lir.*e*nr l.hinhil tin!n''r«»u- lu'fare he evolvril a romldnation piomi-imr ? ? ? Afler six -«%Ar-' work c'aitns detln i t ♦ 1 y tli.d '?,i»ilep-»v is eiir«Me In one iMs' ,i r;i .11 who 1. id be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

A i great ! .credit i service Trt'ttofl'i new Credit System is dignified— -reasonable— pleas- ant— ? frank recognition of the fact that furniture is (ike land anH heu!-j# and should bs paid for over a period of years if j the customer wishes. Features of the Tritton Credit System are:— No references no securities-— small deposit— £100 worth of furniture for I 15/* a week, other quantities in same proportion— country orders packed free -free deliv ery throughout Greater Bris bane. I r—t.n C-Gvccd. Wctoic't ! ; V,JJ J 200-GE03GE ST-BRISBANE , I 'IT PAYS TO COM; TO THE RIGHT PLACE — TRITTON-S ' 1 To make it Reallv Beautiful, Shingling must Bli DONE PY ? No o an nowadays denies tho healthfumesg and convenience of the Shingle. But no girl or lad; wishes to sacrifice her hair without the as surance that lier appearance shall at least lose nothing by the change. Re cent Patrons of oar Ladles' Saloon have proved oar assertion that only experienced operators can giro satis factory results, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929

I McCORMACK'S I ! RELIABLE COUGH I MIXTURE Price 1/6 and 2'6 I W. Ei Martin ! | Ph C.Diip(n»in«Cb«mi(i I | iOpd. PO- SOUTHPORT : | Pbonr 96 Bos 22 i - - J A-fni lo*

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