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NOSE BLEEDING. RELIABLE TREATMENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929
NOSE BLEEDING. RELIABLE TREATMENT. The only reliable remedy for bleed ing at Ihe nose Is lo move the Jaws rapidly. This has heen known for years,' but a modem fad has made It ' much more easy to adhere to the pre scription. If a person who is suffer ing from severe hemorrhage of this .character will chew gum viciously for a minute or two. tho bleeding will en tirely cease, and It Is Important for him to keep some gum In his pocket, so that when the feeling of fullness - which, preceeds the renewal of attack comes oh he can avert the danger In a few minutes. i
IS YOUR SON A BULLY? [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929
IS YOUR SON A BULLY? 'Don't bully your little . sister' are words that many small boys hear re peated again and again during their young, lives says a writer in an Eng lish Journal. While every parent with a family of youngsters to bring up has fre quently to pacify their minor fights shortest thing in the world, the swiftest and yet the slowest, the ana squabbles, many have ' also to deal with the little person who de liberately sets out to tease. A common belief is, of course, that bullying Is a form of cowardicc. But against this is the fact that a bully is invariably a lighter, often, indeed, a super-fighter; and no boy who at heart is a coward wll! deliberately set up a fight even If his opponent Is younger or weaker than himself. This desire to become and to re main the victor is a strain in a boy's character that a wise parent will guide and direct in the right direc tion. Developed along tne proper lines and properly applied, the child grows from using his strength for bully...
BOIL THEM IN OIL. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929
BOIL THEM IN OIL. The idea that fried food is indiges tible and greasy can be set aside once and for all if the frying Is done in a deep pan of olive oil. This is for two reasons — first, be cause oil liquifies at a much lower temperature than other fats (obvious Iv efnf-A tta nnrmnl otata fa llnnMV and it therefore requires less bodily heat or energy to digest It; and, secondly.' because oil boils at a tre mendously high temperature, so that any food plunged Into a pan of smok ing oil is immediately sealed by the great heat with a thin, crisp crust which the oil Itself does not pene trate — and therefore your oil-dried food is hardly 'oily' at all. For these two reasons as well as for Its quickness, neatness, and tastlness, deep-frying in oil is the ideal method for croquettes, rissole, fritters, and fried fish, and the only possible one for chip potatoes and doughnuts. A slice of bread fried in oil and well drained on the wire basket needs only the addition of a little meat paste ...
A LEMON BATH. REFRESHING AND BEAUTIFYING. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929
A LEMON BATH. REFRESHING AND BEAUTIFYING. The lemon is endless in Its uses, precious in a hundred ways. Try it in your bath. Cut a fresh one in four and drop It into the bath while the hot water is running, or, if the bath is large and the lemons cheap, allow yourself three. The water Is at once softened and scented, and the effect is slightly astringent to thn eV-n »vw1 dolfMniuftf aUtrm. Iating, yet soothing to mind and body. If you must be economical, the same lemons will serve two or three times over. If you have halves from which the Juico has been squeezed, drop them Into a Jug with a little water and keep them till your next day's bath, pouring water and lemon peels In together. While you luxuriate In elyslan fragrance you can gently massage your complexion with a warm half lemon. It will do it noth ing but good. Bathe the face after wards In cold water.
OUR HAIR. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929
OUR HAIR. If you find that your hair Is going grey too soon.- massage your scalp thoroughly with warm almond oil every fortnight. Do not shampoo the hair immediately afterwards, but remove the excess oil, by rubbing with a towel, and finish with a good brushing. Almond oil nourishes tbe hair roots and causes the natural colour to return.
HINTS FOR HOUSEHOLDERS Iceless Ice Chest. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929
HINTS FOR HOUSEHOLDERS Iceless Ice Chest. As good as an ice chest is a box of clean sand kept moist and lu a draughty coiner. A couple of large mouthed eaillienware jars, with covers, are hurled in the j-and, . and are used as containers. As long as the sand is kept wet and out of the direct rays of the sun the contents of the jars will remain beautifully cool. Root vegetables iray he kept fresh and crisp by burying them In the saud. riro rrevenuon. A bag or a box of sand should al ways be kept at hand where petrol is stored. Water Is worse than useless in dealing with a petrol fire, as the burning spirit will iloat on the water and spread the Are. For ordinary llies, one correspondent recommends a home-lire extinguisher made with salt and sal ammoniac. Twenty pounds of salt and 101b. of sal am moniac are dissolved in C or 7 gal lons of water. The mixture should be kept ill handy places round the house in tightly corked bottles. As an emer gency extinguisher a soda siphon is loo use...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929
Smile Ton^ht Your teeth are not nam ally 'off color' — just film coated MANY heartaches come from ' off colour ' teeth. Teeth that ruin pretty smiles. Now dingy teeth, c* dental authorities prove, can be restored to whiteness quickly. It's been foun:J t«-it e ht*['y tec! i come ?imply from a f.lm t!*at forms on teeth. A stubborn film old-lira* dcr»ifrices did not succes:fuly c!**ar off. A film that absorbs food discolourations, etc. Run your fondue rcrojs jour and you can feci that f.lm nov;— a elij' pery coating covering your teeth. Lie ncath it are the white teeth you envy often in others. Dertists say the way to remove it is with the nevMype dentifrice caMcd Pepsodent. Works wonders on dingy i teeth. , fold everyu'hrre in lu-o s:-ci 4 200® Pier PAVILION THIS SATURDAY JEAN HERSHOLT in JAZZ MAD Tbe tragedy of a genius caught In the ? heartbPeakiffj blare of modern jazz. — And — ' MARION DAVIES I in | The Cardboard Lover j The mcst sparkling comedy shown at *' this theatre for many ...
TO WASH FLANNELS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 17 May 1929
TO WASH FLANNELS. Take enough melted washing soap to make a good lather. Have the water pretty hot. but not too hot, or It will cause the flannels to shrink. Do not rub soap on woollen goods. Just carefully squeeze and work them In the soapy water till the dirt is removed. Put them through two waters, rinse in two lots of warm water. Wring carefully (through a wringer if possible) without twist ing, as this breaks the threads. Hang out at once and dry quickly.
Church Services. ST. PETER'S SOUTHPORT. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 24 May 1929
Church Services. ST. PETER'S. SOUTHPORX ^30 aja. Holy Communion (every ounday). 10 ajn. Holy Communion (Sung), 1st. 3rd. and 5th Sundays; Hattins, 2nd and 4th Sundays. 7.30 pJO, Evensong (Every Sunday) NERANG.— 2nd Sunday in month. 8 ajn. Holy Communion ; 4th Sunday in month, 3 pja, Evensong. UPPER COOMERA^-2nd Sunday in month: 11 ajn. Holy Ootnmunlon Feb., April. June. Aug., Oct. art} Dec) ; 2 pJO, Evensong (Jan, Man, Hay. July. Sept. and Nov.). OXENFORD.— 2nd Sunday in month: 11 ajn. Holy Communion (Jan, March. Hay, July. Sept, Nov.) ; 2 pan, Evensong -Fek, April, June, Aafr. Oct. and Dec). 3EV. V. a WHTTEHOUSR
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 24 May 1929
ROHAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. Soothport.— Mass : Every Sunday, at 7 an; 10 am on Second Sunday of rfwry month, and on 4th Sunday whan 6 Sundays in the month. Evening Devotions : Every Sunday at 7 JO, except the but Sunday. Burleigb Heads 10 ajn, on 1st Bunday in th» month. Numngv— Mass: Every 3rd Sunday at lOaJn, Upper Coomer*,— Mass: Ertry last Bonday at 10.30 ajn, and Evening Dsrotion at 7.30 pa
Not a "Processionary" MAYOR GRICE'S STRIKING SIMILE. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 24 May 1929
Not a 'Processionary' MAYOR QRICE'S STRIKING SIMILE. The need to break away from the beaten paths of our fathers into now avenues of thought and endeavour were stressed by Alderman Grice in an article which he read at the Council meeting on Tuesday. The article, which was from an American Review, read! 'Fabre, the great authority on in sects, relates an interesting experi ment ne maue wun certain cater pillers called 'processionaries,' be cause of their habit of following one another — nose to tall — in a long un broken procession, apparently with out aim or objective except that of one which happens to lead. He placed a complete circle of these caterpillars upon the narrow ledge of a moulding around the cir cumference of an earthenware Jar. There was no leader; each one had its head to the tall of the one in front. And they marched in solemn procession round the endless track for eighty-four hours and apparently only a chance diversion saved them from literally marching themselves ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 24 May 1929
FOR ALL CLASSES OF Stationery, Books, Newspapers, Magazines, and Fancy Goods S YOU CANNOT DO BETTER THAN VISIT | 'The CORNER NEWSAGENCY' j M. & D. SYMONS ? NEAR POST OFFICE, NERANG-STREET, SOUTHPORT Try Our Prices First YOU CANNOT. DO BETTER ?_ . ?'' -Wl ~ V . ' THAN BUT FROM W. R. SmitF CASH & CARRY GROCER, NEWSAGENT AND STATIONER THE CHEAPEST HOUSE IN TOWN AND THE PLACE rOE THE HER SSRVKE Hiving takm ov«r tb* N«w«aaency and Stationery BosU neas of MBS. M. A. JACKVAN, near the Railway Station, I wish to mItIs* that in conjunction with sama I am run ning a CASH AND CASBT GROCEBT ?JTOKE, A FEW OF OUR CASH AND CARET PRICE3 AREs— IXL Tomato Bane*. lid.; IXL Pnewrad Troita, 1/; Eiee, 3M4 lU ; 21b. Padcet B*lf-R«Isiqg Floor, 84 Pkt Harpenfs Bolted Oats, 21b. Packet, 10A; Maxim Cbe»s«, UMd. ; Pleklas, l/l and 1/5 ; Camp Pie. 1/ ; Kin* Tea, 2/2 ; Empire Tea, 1/11. We Buy Right — You Benefit The Quick Delivery Newsagent RIGHT AT THE RAILWAY STATiON PHONE 73 Tweed WorkrSh^&am...
WEDNESDAY, MAY 29. "Painted Post" [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 24 May 1929
WEDNESDAY, MAY 29. 'Painted Post' A magazine illustrator looking for types and a cov.boy lookinj for re venge find love in the exciting mazes of a border feud. Thrills, action, romance' and laugh ter in this Tom Mix r*!ctune of the gceat outdoors, where many novel situations and new twists add to the 'Strews Boy' . A baggage-roo n Romeo and his newsgirl Juliet nix it up in a coinedy of errors, and belora lonz theios broken bags, broken hearts and b:pken heads. He was strong as an oak. She c.unr like ivy— but he didn't mind a bit. A trainload of con.edy hooked to a locomotive of action.
Regnant Theatre SATURDAY, MAY 24. "The Glorious Trail" [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 24 May 1929
Regnant Theatre SATURDAY^ MAY 24. 'The Glorious Trail'' Historical! But just as mach lovinp. ndana .vni fig'nlin^ .u til tfc other Ken Maj-nard hits! Love t Glorious love ! And glorious sacrifice In the hhtrr'c story of thi first transcontinental telegraph. Ken has caught it all. and added the dcath-defvintr ridinir that his given movie-fans a thrill in all part3 of the world. 'The Sporting Agt' The sad awakening of a woman, who realises that she is no longer possessed of youthful charms and the wild struggle to retain her lure and eppeal, afford Eelle Benn»tt oppor tunity to display some fine bits of eir»tional nct.'ns.' Ih'rc is 2 iprerou? helping of thrills in this drama of modern sports r.nd. stran?e fasclmtionf. Aeoplanes, rpoed biats race hirse^ onrl express trains rushing reid-on to feitrcct'on will hold you s-^ll-bound cs this pic ture unreele before your ejes.
Who is J. D. Steele LISTEN TO THE MAN HIMSELF [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 24 May 1929
Who is J. D. Steele :o: ? LISTEN TO THE MAN HIMSELF If a man comes as a stranger to tho town or emerges into the lin.e-llghl of public attention people want to know who he Is, what he is, and whence, he came. Thus it was that somebody in the street wanted to know who this J. D. Steele was. The Editor thought he could not do better than refer the question to tho autnor oi 'ine uu» vip' and other humorous stories, n.ra. telf, and here is the result:— John Davenej Steele, a Justice of the Peace, an Authorised Sur.e/or, a Life Member of the Queensland In stitute- -*f Suneyory.i nd a rrOTDsr of the Antient Free and. Accepted Masons of England. Born at Tiois-fontaines, near Biu-.- sels (Belgium), on November 8, 1832. Married Alice Mabel, eldest daughter of Alfred John Doyle, at Warwick, Queensland, on January 28, 1885. ? Mr. J. D. Steele was the fourth sur viving son of John Thomas Charles Thompson Sleelev whose father. John Phillip Steele, was a direct deseerf. ant of the celebrated humo...
C Grade Competition WIN FOR SOUTHPORT HILLIER BEST SHOT [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 24 May 1929
C Grade Competition WIN FOR SOUTHPOET HHUER BEST SHOT Six t earns entered in the C grade fixtures, but these dwindled down to two for the last shoot. - Southport team won the C grape premier medals having won the four rounds, thereby rggegntir** the full 24 i.-cints possible. The Southport team cnlefly con sists of good young shots of whom more wifil be heard later, but tb-ir sweeping victory is chiefly due to the untiring assistance of Mr. W. Pas ccc, who went with them on all oc casions and -successfully coacheJ them through all matches. The Union also donated, a guinea trophy for the highest individual aggregate mu'e in the fixtures and the prjdo of position was very health ily contested by two of the South port team membats, W. F. Smith and 5. Hillier. Smith commenced with a small margin of advantage over Hil lier, but HBlier wore him down in the two final stages, and won by a mar gin of two points. The Becnleiph team -ware the run ners up wtth 18 points. Following are the score...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 24 May 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 Special Offerings 38ln. COLOURED CREPE DE CHINE, heavy weight, in all leading shades. SPECIAL PRICE, 4/11 yard. 36ln. TWEED FLANNELETTES, suitable for House Frocks and Chil dren's wear. SPECIAL PRICE, 1/9 yard. 38ln. CHECK COTTON TWEEDS, two-tone effects. SPECIAL PRICE. 2/3 yard. COLOURED VELVETEENS, In Cream, Pint, Saxo, Navy, arowa and Black. SPECIAL PRICE, 2/11 yard. * BOND'S SILK AND WOOL HOSE, In all leading shades. SPECIAL PRICE, 3/11 pair. . eluding DE^SOSND CHILDREN-S fleec* 'NED BLOOMERS, all sizes, In BOND'S VESTS — Ladies' Silk and Wool, Sleeveless. LadkV Silk and Wool, Short Sleeve. Ladies' Wool and Cotton, Slee\eless. Ladies'...
A Grade Competition VICTORY TO SOUTHPORT W. PASCOE INDIVIDUAL AGGREGATE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 24 May 1929
A Grade Competition VICTORY TO SOUTHPORT W. PASCOE INDIVIDUAL AGGREGATE There were six teaziu comjicting in the A grade series, but these dwindled down to four at the end of the yea ton. The honours went to Southport No. 2 team, which secured the possible, registering a total of 24 points daring the season. The scores were: — Southport No. 1 team, 18 points; Beenleigh, 16; Ncrang. 15; Tweed Heads nnd Cooliin galta, 4; and. Tallebudgera, 1 point. The winners were Southport's old original A grade team, which had secured the premier medals on many occasions, but were eclipsed last y-ar by a young team of men from thi same club. This year the team re trieved its laurels. Mr. W. Pascoe annexed the Union trophy for the best indivIdnM aggregate mode during tho year's fixtures. A glance over the subjoined figures will convince readers of Pascce's ciut standlng capabilities with the si rvice Hile. Young A. H. Soepaard and Capt. E. L. Freeman are also to be h'phly congratulated on their splen...