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VIRTUES OF VINEGAR. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929
VIRTUES OF VINEGAR. Vinegar added to the water In which fish is being boiled not only whitens tbe fiesli. but also keeps It firm. A cracked egg slipped into boiling water to which a little vinegar has been added will cook without further trouble. A cloth wrung out In vinegar and used to wrap round cheese will keep the cheese from going cither dry or mouldy.
KEEPING OUT DAMP. A SIMPLE WAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929
KEEPING OUT DAMP. A SIMPLE WAY. For a stone scullery floor likely to become damp, coconut fibre Is the best covering, for if it Is kept moist Its life Is prolonged. Its open texture allows the air to circulate freely, thus preventing any rank odour. It Is also warm for the feet. A, good. . covering can.^a. made ? from some' farge . 3Ugar sacks sewn together with 'twined '
THE HELP[?]UL LEMON. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929
THE HELP.'UL LEMON. Perhaps because It is cheap, and not 'done up' In attractive Jars or boxes, the little lemon Is not regard ed as being of much importance In the host of beauty aids, suggests a writer. As a matter of fact, tho beautiful women of tl-o East would tell you that the 'cosmetic' upon which they most really rely is Just plain lemon Juice. Strain a little and massage into the chin and face nt night. . In the morning sponge the skin with warm water. It must be remembered that, to !-o effective, the lemon Juice must always be quite fresh. Once a lemon has been cut and left for a time it loses Its bene ficial qualities. For whitening and softening the hands, It has long been rccogntsed that lemon juice has no equal, and for keeping fair hair bright it is Invaluable— a few drops added to the water used for rinsing after a shampoo is all that is necessary.
THE VELVET RABBIT. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929
THE VELVET RABBIT. He's not supposed to bo alive, and yet to me he's real; He has an actual fluffy tall, and (]uite : a rabbit squeal. His velvet coat Is soft like fur; his eyes are beady bluo; I tell him when I'm very sad, and feel he's feeling too. His color's rather muddy grey. (Ills own has faded quite). And sometimes -when he's in my cot, and we, are (n the night, He promises* that though outside the other bunnies pjay „ Across the grass, quite close to me he'll truly always stay. I tell him all my secrets, and about flno things I know: . Ills coat is getting worn in bits be cause I hug him so.
HALF-PENCE PUZZLE. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929
HALF-PENCE PUZZLE. Place ten half-pence in a row up on a table; then, taking one of .the series, place It upon' some other with this proviso; that you pass over just one penny. Repeat this until there are. no single half-pence left. . Answer.— I. 2, 3, 4., 5. 6. 7, ». ». 10 pence. Place 4 upon 1, 7 upon 3, 5 upon 0. 2 upon 6, and 8 upon 10. What word of flve letters Is- never pronounced right!— .Wrong.
BIRDS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929
BIROS. The company sit in a circle, and the player who is choscn lo begin, says: 'A good fat hen.' Each person . in the circle repeats this, ono after the other; then the leader begins again. 'Two ducks, and a pood fat hen,' which is repeated separately by all tho players. She continues. 'Three wild geese, two ducks, and a good fat hen.' This is repeated. 'i lie next sentence l», rour plump partridges, three wild geese, two ducks ami a eoml fat hen.' lU'piNi'.cii separately Iiy all. Leader: 'Five pouting pigeons, four plump p-i'lrU'.-. ihree wild geese, two dueksi. ar.d a good fat hen. Repeated by al» separately. Leader: 'Sis long-legged cranes, live poullng plKeons, four plump part ridges, three wild geese, two ducks, and a good fat hen. 1'- .i h' all. Leafier: '5evt-n green parrots, six long-legfred cranes, flve pouting pigeons, fwir plump partridges, tbreo wild gcce, two ducks, and a good fat hen. Repeated by all, every mistake to incur a forfeit.
THE FLY UPSIDE DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929
THE FLY UPSIDE DOWN. Of late years we have been taught to look at the fly with a suspicion that borders on dislike, but Dr. C. TIerney lately showed an audience ot Nature Study children that there was one other way of looking at It. Loot at its feet, the wonderful feet with which It walks on the ceiling. The youngest of us may know that the tly can walk so by suction. But when uic iiy, having planted a foot ilrmly on the ceiling and put the sucker In action, wishes to release the foot how is it done.' Ilow does the sucker tome away! If It did not and the fly started to tly the legs would surely be left on the celling. The reason these disturbing things do not happen Is that the fly, by moving a har on its hairy feet, lets air Into the sucker and so takes off tho pressure.
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929
ROMAN CATBOLiC CttORCP, Southport. — Mass : Every Sunday, at 7 aJQ.; 10 a^u. on Second Sunday of every month, and on 4th Sunday when 5 Sundays In the month. Evsninj. Devotions : Every Sunday at 7.30, except the last Sunday. Burleigh Heads — 10 aja, on 1st Sunday in th« month. Nerang. — Mass; Every 3rd Sunday at 10 aJn, Upper Coomera,— Mass ; Eviry last Sunday at 10.30 ajn, and Evening Devotions at 7.30 p,m.
Church Services. ST. PETERS. SOUTHPORT [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929
Church ^Services. sr. peters!°socthpokt 7.30 a.m., Holy Communion (every Sunday). ' 10 u-m.. Holy Communion (Sung). 1st, 3rd, and 6th Sundays; Mattins, 2«d and 4th Sundays. '?30 JH'-. Evensong (Every Sunday) NERANG. — 2nd Sunday in month, t- a.m.. Holy Communion; 4th Sunday in month, 3 p-m.. Evensong. UPPER COOMERA— 2nd Sunday in month; n a-m.. Holy Communion Feb., April, June, Aug., Oct. aid Dos.) ; 2 pjn.. Evensong (Jan, Mar., May, July, Sept. and Nov.). OXENFORD. — 2nd Sunday in month : 11 a.m.. Holy Communion (Jan.. March. May, July, Sept, Nov.) ; 2 pJtt. Evensong (FeK April, June ? Ang., Oct, and Dec.). ?. 2EV. V. a WHIT1SH0L\S':
Head of River SOUTHPORT SCHOOL SECOND. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929
Head of River 80UTHP0RT SCHOOL SECOND. In a gruelling tussle the Southport school went under to the Brisbane - Grammar school In the Head of the River race at Brisbane on Saturday. Only halt, a length separated the two crews at the winning post . Grammars gained another achieve ment in capturing the second fours. HEAD OF THE RIVER. Brisbane Grammar Scbool . . 1 Sonthport School: L C. Cullen. 10.12 (stroke). P. C. Lahey. 11.11 (S). L. E. N. Lahey. 1L7 (X). R. A. Yates, 1U0 (bow), R Nixon (cox) .. .. ? ? i C. of E. Gramme School .. .. 3 Southport came with a fine spurt about 300 yards from home, and for a time looked like wearing down Gram mars, as they got within a quarter of a length of them, but tbe advantage cf a bit ot abeltered backwater gave Grammars life to win the sprint, and Nicholson made a whirlwind finish that took his boat over the line half a length ahead of Southport, who were two lengths ahead of Church of England; Clayfleld were another length away, fourth, with Stat...
SOUTHPORT BEATS TWEED HEADS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929
SOUTHPORT BEATS TWEED HEADS. in a six rink social match on Satur day Southport howlers defeated Cool ansatli nnd Tweed Heads by a big ?itarpiii, ill r.'iik-: lwlnsr 110. The green w.-.s in capital order and much good play took place. The visitors were officially welcomed by the local presi dent (Mr. P., IIIslop). and Mr. R. C. Carey (rresidert ot Sou'hport Club) responded. ; Scoies: — - ' -' S. T. Shlililo. O'Dor.o!:!!?, !!. Nap per. Ward... .. .. .. 31 — Baker. ' ?!i.--mhrooV, Dr. Simons, Saekett . — SO Wood. F. Andrews,' Johnston. A. Andrews . y . . 30 — . Broth (Tton, Sands,' R. T, Peak, Modlnl ? ? — tt Sheppard. Kretschmjr, Carey, Monk-house . . . ...... St — Perm!. Norville, IIIslop, L. Peak ? . . — - 17 Maltman. Nixon, R. Lather. ' Ledbury ? ? , * ? ? - ? ? ? 36 — Davies. Allen. Ojrdlner, Wain- - right ? ? ? . . — 10 Biggs. Price, Bertwislle, W. Napper .. .. .. ..31 — Wakefield. J. Cahlll, a Mor- . lev. Rlcketts .. .. .. — 17 Cavlll. Bellbey, HIbbard, - Ad- ' * kins .. 31 — B....
On the Links WEED-END HATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929
On the Links WEED-END MATCHES. Daring tbe weekend a number of four-ball matches over the eighteen boles -were playeid at the Southport golf Unto, a number of visitors Mm included among; tbie participants. A mixed foursome match between Hiss Norah King and Mr. Gi Fiencb against Mr. Max Graham and Mrs. Graham was a dose 'gone. Untitling la favour of the former by two up and one. Another four-bsll between, lbs Graham and R. G. Burnlstrn against Deakln and Willis Taylor was ? closely contested, and ended in favour of the former by three np and two.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 10 May 1929
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