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Welcome to Southport MAYOR'S DINNER PARTY [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929
Welcome to Southport MAYOR'S DINNER PARTY It was ? happy ?*-- that prompted the Mayor (A14. X KraaVy 6ri«e) to give a 'wel- come* dinner at the Grand Hotel on Wednesday night to visiting mayors, but it was a matter for regret that most of those invited wen unable to attend. So that the visitos would have an opportunity of meeting some of the leading people in Southport, his Wor ship included a number; of these in the list of Invitations. The geusts were . received as they arrived by the Mayor, and Mayoress, and treated to a pleasingly varied and appetfiing feast,' the courses of ' of which were appropriately native Convention waa tbrast aside a d the gtiesta Mm Mats easy by absenc of formality. Speeches were made, Jokea liiiiWaiT, and harmony indulged in, makiqgr an altogether bright spot In the pageant of our community life. The guest list included the names of Alderman Stephenson (Mayor of Ipswich), Aid. Drnry (Mayor of Dalby), Aid. Annand (Mayor of Too woomba), Aid. Holtett (Mayo...
C.W.A. Dance REST ROOM BENEFITS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929
C.W.A. Dance REST ROOM BENEFITS The Rest Room fund of the Coun try Women's Associtaion will appre ciably benefit as the result of a suc cessful dance, with bridge and euchre held at the Grand Hotel un Tuesday night. The hotel was lent by the Mayor of Soulhport and Mrs. Grice. ±ae dance room was made beautiful with multi-colored streamers and colored lights. The music was sup plied by Mrs. A. H. Forster, Miss Cecily Tuesley, Messrs. R. Black, G. Panitz. W. Richardson, and A. Bruhn. Donations to the Country Women's Association were given by Messrs. C. Gore and R. J. Archibald.
Gems Mis[?]trepretation [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929
Gems Mislntrepretation Life fa full of mlsinterpiretations. Many of us have wrong opinions of others. We think they do not care for us when they really do. We im arfne they are angry at us when thfcre is not a shade of unkind feel Ing In their hearts. We misinterpret their acte. Many a time things that offend us, if we but understood the motive that prompted them and the ? --- -? ? --in n«mntitm-TTi'tt- true love that is in them, Would ap pear really beautiful in our eyes. We ough* to .euaria continaully against these misinterpretations. They do wrong to others. They rnb our own hearts of peace. 'ijOve thinketh no eviL' Let us be sore always that we see an act in Its proper light. ? * ? «A Smite' from ? Prisoner. A single thought of kindness and one word of cheer Does more to help a man alone than teaching for a year. A single act of friendliness, a hand shake flnn end true. Do more to help a lane dog than much advice will do And just one wopd of sympathy with just one sunny smile, ...
A.W.U. Convention SITTING AT COOLANGATTA [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929
A.W.U. Convention BITTING AT COOLANGATTA Delegates from every State in th; Commonwelath have gathered at Coolangatta fof the annual conven tion of the A.W.U., which was offi cially opened 'j-\ Wednesday afternoon in the Capitol Theatre, under the presidency of Senator J. Barnes, of Victoria. Thirty-three accredited delegates took the ri places at the ttble, in addition to trie executive of ficers cf the convention anl a num ber ot official reporters and secre taries. Delegates give the impres sion that they have come to the con ference imbued with a determination' to settle very definitely certain ques tions, which have held to be seriously interfering wth the progress of the Labor movement in Australia, and it is expected that -Jecis'ons of far reaching importance will be arrived at before the conclusion. At i.ijht tho de'.egMse weie the R\iests of ^d.rjnan Cahill at a theatre tarty, followed by a civ'c reception at Jat? land. Stand Against Communists The Convention yestred.iy pass...
THE SILVER LINING [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929
THE SILVER LININQ . Tk« trntfc Is. when we ara an 4tr m*f affliction we arm gener ally troubled wiifa - malicious knd of mtfamnolyi we only tfwall an 'pore upon the tad and dark occurrences Of Providonct, bat never take notice of the more benign ntf bright one*. Our way in -his world is like n walK onner n raw of trees, checkered with light arid shade; and becnus* we cannot all along walk In the «un shine, we therefore perversely fix only on the darker pMsages. and so lose all the comforts of oar comfort*. We are like for ward children who, if you t*ke on* of their playthings from them, throw owny all the rest in spite. — Bishop Hopkins.
Education in Denmark ON VOCATIONAL LINES SIDELIGHT ON DANISH CULTURE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929
Education in Denmark ON VOCATIONAL LINES SIDELIGHT ON DANISH CUL1UKE - Denmaifc U a very small country with a comparatively bVt population. A largo proportion of its land is fitted for the small fanner, and a considerable number of the hold ngj range from five to ten acres. With agricultuVe the predominant intercut and the power of the corameicial classes severely limited by the wnall ness of the otheu industries and the predominance of the (O-openatiye . . societies, the farmers, big and little. cjuntrar ptactically in their own hand;, end have been able to -'e\e!o,J the culture of the land on the lines that appealed to them. The basis of tho prosperity of Den mark is firmly established in its edu cational system. They have been at pains to evolve their own educational idesls and ir.ethcds. They have stead ily a\oided the fascination of the dis tant drum. They knew whit they had to meet. So they have never bten namrieded past their own defin ite aims by the allurements of foreign t...
Secrets 4000 Years Old [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929
Secrets 4000 Years Old The secrets of fo»ty centuries may be wvealed by a party of archajol K bt engaged in excavation work ut Sbechem, the famous city of the Holy Land. It is anticipated that their efforts will brinir to light startling records of the old patriarchs of Israel and will confirm the Biblical story as re corded in the early chapters of the Book of Genesis. It was at Shechem thatt he pat riarch Abraham built an alttar and marked a treat oak as sacred. It was at Shechem that Jacob purchased land from the children of Harriot, and in turn erected an altar. Here h* dug a well in the solid rock, nine feet in dianieter and nearly eighty feet tleop. But Shechem, son of Hamox, who had sold Jacob the land, fell in love with Jacob's daughter Dinah, and persuaded her to live with him befora marrigae. Her brother* took an awful vengeance, slaying the Sechemites in cold blood, and Jacob was forced to quit the spot. Before be left he ordered his fol lowers to cast into a great pit al...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929
Smile Tonight Your teeth are not naturally *' 'off color*'— put film coated MANY he«rt«ehe» come from ' off colour' teeth. Teeth that ruin pretty nnilea. Now clingy teeth, u dental authorities prove, can be restored - to whiteness quickly. It*» been found that dingy teeth come simply from a film that forms on teeth. A stubborn film old-time dentifrices did not successfuly clear off. 'A film that absorbs food decolourations, etc Run your tongue across your teeth and you can feel that film now — a slip pery coating covering your teeth. Be neath it are the white teeth you envy often in others. v Dentists say the way to remove it is with the new-type dentifrice called Pepsodent. Works wonders on dingy t teeth. — '5-» i Pgps&qg?vi f ?not fc^ ^» j Sold everywhere in two sites i M0» ! I \ T. J. Higgins &CQ^, ' ' - EXTEND - The Season's Greetings /vLL. KHolUJtliN 1 i AINU VISITORS TO SOUTHPORT For all your Xmas Requirements in Drapery and Grocery Shop at The Ideal Store - - ...
Take Care of your Looks [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929
Take Care of your Looks j Habits can help op hinder beauty to a much larger extent than uany women thlr.k. Frequently a good deal of time and money are ipent o\er toilet a:Js, when tfce real -oct -if t''- bets.:-.;.- dert- ♦ is . ' h .bit.'' llivnh, iiis]:osition, figu-e, manners, and every issue on which a wi rean'b chi-nns depend are largely :uled ty nulls. ca\* an auJuntv. Good UiJel habit- «re .'mjLit n:t. Fo- ?'nstar.ce. the ''aiie. meals li-Jth .!..:?' will lesult in sound ire-h The tl.-.ily m.ini.ure wil! result in dainty nails. The practical, hair brushing rrght and r.iornin? wi!l yield noalihy 1 abundant hair (for evene shingled - In. k- i.-t n.l ba ic'Mvl. T-e five j minutes spsnt that phy.icaldriUeve-v rrorninir wQl keep the figure 'fit.' Th* daily eyj bath will keep th» eyc-J bright, and the daily walk, under all ? or any conditions, will keep the er.the system in oiidetr. racial habits often do a great deal to damage beauty. When the fore head Is constantly puckered up,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929
Try Your Luck niriiiUMiiiriiuiiumiiuiiuiiauiruiiiuiirrnmiiiuirrrutrimuiuttuiiuriri — Get Your — Golden Casket Ticket From the new Authorised Agent W. E. Martin, Ph.c. ^ Dispensing Chemist Opp. Post Office Southport PHOTOGRAPHIC FILMS STOCKED AND SAME DAY DEVELOPING AND PRINTING. L__± _j . . — : g ?- -st ? I GRICE'S FOR ALL MUSICAL SUPPLIES 11 g ni^y — '-mn a| j Making Music Lessons J I Easy I I T ONC Wore toot diildKB k»T* tkelrflnt | ~''' g -*-^ music lenon you cu dnelop their suse of | 5| rtjtia ud tut, ui inplut a real regard for I I good mnric with t 'Bede' PUyerPiuo. U, ~, I III V Not 0Dly is *** 'Be*!'' represoitatiTO 0! tho I I WW. finest worluniBskip and qulitr, bnt It rep- | I ?'! mats 100^ Piano Value. i I In ' b ototr words- ^e 'Beale' Piano btiig atif In s i mi Autralia.hu no 45% Customs Dity or M|kt | ?-& 1112 Charges pat on to the purchase price, which is I HJI the case with imported Instrument*. | 1 HII H Tou cainot call, and hear the 'Beale,' write \ I fill n...
Fruit Train Specials [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929
Fruit Train Specials Fruit train, No. 3/29, run by llw Committee of Direction of Fiuit Marketing, to clear Wallanpuva on Thursday, Saturday, and Monday for week-ending January 21, with 956 tons, of which 453 tons were for Mel bourne, consisting of 9053 cases ban anas, 1663 cases pineapples, 5 cases mangoes. 2 cases papaws, and 1 case passions. . Sydney took 503 tens, con. fating of 8031 cases bananas, 2922 cases pineapples, 109 cases mangoes, 65 cases tomatoes, 2 cases papaws. 7 cases pears, 426 crees apples, 1 case passions, 425 cases eggs, 150 cases pnmpkins, and 31 toira llcwt. water melon*.
Twice Alight HOUSE DESTROYED [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929
Twice Alight HOUSE DESTROYED Shortly after 2 o'clock on Tuesday morning an unoccupied S-r:omed house In Nerang street was destroyed by ffre. The house, which is an old one, had been untenanted for »ome time. It was the property of MB. George Dudman, of Southport, and was covered by insurance to the ex tent of £325. It is staled that an outbreak was noticed in the build'ng last Sundiy, but was extinguished be fore much damsjge was done. The cause -of the fine is unknown.
The Terrible Turk AUSTRALIAN AIRMAN'S ODYSSEY [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929
The Terrible Turk AUSTRALIAN AIRMAN'S OUYSSEV '?Guests of the Unspeakable,' writ ten by 1. W. White, n the itorv of the wanderings of an Australian air man who was captured by the Tuttks in Mesopotamia in November, )'J15, and, Iming escaped from captivity, reached the Allied lines just in time to slnre in the rejoicings at the A*OT««tlj*A «vn-.flvt thnw I'MK I&tdT. Lieut.-Co!. White was one of the first batch of Australians chosen for service in the Commonwealth Air Force. He arrived in Mesopotamia In time to take part in the battle of Kurna, which was derisively called Townshend's Regatta, but was, nevertheless, an ir.-portant and b.il lian success. Ihe type of aeroplane then in use by. the British In Mesopotamia visa enly capable of flying for Uiree hours at 50 miles per hou.' without refilling. It was little wonder that with such a machine Col. White and his observer, Capt. Yeats Brown, had small chance of reluming to safety when they were ordered to fly over the Tui'kish...
Women's Hats A LONDON VICAR'S INNOVATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929
Women's Hats A LONDON^TCfSrS-fSNOVATlON— Girls and women may, if they wish, remove theii hats during- service at St. Matthew's Church, New Kent Road, London (reports the London ?'Dail? Chronicle'). 'If any one U chicked,' says the vicar the Rev. T. P. Stevens, ''I rhi.\ just smile.' 'Let us be literal about all inch things,' he writes In his parish mrga sine. ''The hats that people quite l lightly wear Just now make it most -Jifficul'. for the clergyman when he h.is to give Holy Communion. 'There are two wavs out of the difficulty. Either the communlcrnt can take ths chalice into h-i hands very carefully or, may take her hat cff. 'This wll shock mv Hig/v Church friends most dreadfully. Thay will be most distressed until I ten then that it is only In the Eritish Tales that worren are fo very parti-uli-r about hats in church. 'In ths Tyrol thdre .-re m-ny Catholic villages whcie the women wear flat little bowler hits on Svn davs nrul festivals. These they tckc off the moment they 'arr...
WHY IS A NEWSPAPER LIKE A WOMAN? [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929
WHY IS A NEWSPAPER LIKE A WOMAN ? This question was propounded by ?'The I cider,' published in ]'V,rt Merrl. Florida fU.SA.). For the best answer a fubsciiption for rae -ear was offered as a prize. Here are some oi ine replies : — 'Re'-'i«e they are thinner nr.w thr-n ii=ed to ho.' „ 'Because they have bojd-faced tyre;.'' 'Because they are .well worth look in? ov«v.M ''Pecnvse th°v are easy to read.' 'Because back mimbe s arc n-'t rnurh in f'emand.' ''Because they are not afraid to speak their minds.' 'Bfcniis' they have a great Oeal of influrnce.' ''Becus* if th»v know amthlnfr. they usually tell it. The ccifrect answei is civen thus: 'pec.use every man sholud have ''Bejjans^ every man shotfid have
GINGER BEER [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929
CfNGER BEER In response to a request in last issue a.' a (iingei Beer re:ue, 'MB.' supplies the following; :— Boil lib of sugair and loz. of powdered girder to H gatlon of water. Put one heaped teaspoon ful of cream of tartar into a large saucepan, ruur tiie uummj hiju.m on to it. Add another 'j-gallan ~Trf yvoUi'j -itiri wHcn luke-wnrm put in one teaspoonful of brewer's yeast and the juice of a lemon. ? Cover and leave for 21 houts, and then botlte and keep f-v a week or so before using. Anothre correspondent adds tnai where ^uch fcood J:ir|;?er beer is manu factured by 'local cordial makers it is not worth the bother of n'aking ??» homo hrew.
Hints for Housewives [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 25 January 1929
Hints for Housewives The itoning board cover i% when not in use, a very p.eat dust cjllec tor. To rectify this, make a slip, of good strong washing material 'the size of the board, so that it can be slipped on when not in use. Upholstered sofas and chairs in cretonne, velvet or Jinen, are \ery boiled usually on aKnrests and at ton of hflrflr. vrhllp the othpr «nrt« nrft quite fiian. The chafr and sofas can be readily cleaned at home. A spe cial cky-cleaning blush, through which patrol or. other grease solvent triakles slowly down the hairs, is good for the purpose, bat if this is not avui able, a nail brush can be uied to good advantage. Stains caused by vaseline are often ditlicuit to reirove by washing in the usual way with soap and wat;u Thes* stains aie quickly removed by' lubblng thouoi-Jghly with a cloth or bL-ush dipped in petrol. Inks tains on carpets are very often difficult to remove; this is s;.e:lally the case when the stains haw been left for a time. When simpis methods...