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CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

CRICKET The following playeis have been chosen to represent Westport against Glston, at Gilston, to-mortfenv after noon. Any player unable to pflay is asked to notify the secretary: — E. J. Dowling (capt.), L. A. Thams. R. S Whittle, W, Dowling, A. E. Whittle, W. Powell, E. Pearson, E. O'Shea. P. Richmond, Cliff Napper, E. L. G. Mallinson; emergencies, E. Thams, R. Hope.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

J. D. ANDREWS, Auctioneer and Cotnmssion Agn TALLEBUDGERA. Sales held in any part of th District. FARMS FOR SALE Write for list to — J. D. ANDREWS. V. R. Birkbeck FOR SUPREME QUALITY Large Stocks of 'Zylo Ware Carried Shaving Sets from 4/6 to 30/ Collar Boxes .. 15/ to 30/ Zylo Clocks . . . . 8/6 to £0/ Large Range of Sets — all prices Photo. Frames flxim . . 2/6 Military and Ladies' Hair Brushes, ftom . . . . 7/6 Remember YOU BUY VALUE when you Buy from V. R. Birkbeck Nerang Street, Southport 'Phone 117. P.O. Box IS. Whittle Bros. (Late A.I.F.) THE RELIABLE GROCERS Esplanade Store, Southport We THANK Customers for their valued patronage during the past year, which to us has been on© of pifogress. We trust that we have merited their good-win, and will aim to give them even better service in the future. In thanking them for past support we extend to them all Good Wishes for the New Year. Two Stor« s at your service Esplanade and North St. 'Phone »3. Good News for Tennis Players No ne...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WOMEN'S SECTION Milk for the Bathers SALT AIR BAD FOR SKIN [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

I WOMEN'S SECTION Milk for the Bathers SALT AIR BAD FOR SKIN The girl sea bather. who values her complexion will, during her holiday, make use of a simple yet welHoiown beautifier— milk. ' If, dujring the day — especially after sea bathing— she cleans hett; face with milk, it will counteract the effect of the salt aw leave the akin soft and smooth. Many a ba thine enthusiast has a de licate skin, which begins to redden almost immediately. The effect owy be quite pleasing to her at first as outward evidence of the fact that her hotidav U doine hex good. Eut, if . neglected, the appearance may be tne ^averse of pretty. Every woman will find it useful to apply a protective lotion before bathing, but the woman ?with a dedicate skin should never fall to do eo. Sea air dees not Improve the com plexion. The tiny particles of salt vchich are in the air dry ? up the natural oil of the sldn and get em bedded tn the pores. The result la a ? stiff, uncomfortable feeling, and when the skin Is na...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Motor Car Capsized NATIONALIST MEMBER AND WIFE INJURED [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

Motor Car Capsized NATIONALIST MEMBER AND WIFE INJURED Faint I-;=ch on the main South Coast read, was on Monday the scene of a motor car accident, in which Mr. W. H. Barnes, .ML, A., and Mrs. Barnes were injured, Mr. Cedric Br.rnes and his wife and two children, accon-.panied by Mr. and Mrs. \V. H. Barnes, were travelling in the direction of Brisbane in a sedan car, and wren half way across Pa to Beach, the car swerved off the mam road and capsized. _ A passing motorist picked Mr. Barnes and party up, and conveyea them to Southport, where they were taken to Sandown Hospital. Mrs. Barnes was suffering from a serious injury to the lofg,t and severe shock, hap condition being repoffcftr somewhat serious. ' Mir. W- H. Barnes- suffered bru a slight injury to the head, and oh but was able to return to Kris' on Monday evening. ' Mr. Cedric Barnes, who was dri the car, and his wfe and* chili escaped practically uninjured.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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No title [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

Maid : 'What snuc do you have with 'iamb cutlet?' Mistress: 4'I have told you before that you must work out your own crossword puzzles.'

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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MONDAY. FEBRUARY 4 "Fazil" [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

MONDAY. FEBRUARY 4 'Fa*Il' , An enchanting Oriental -|mma ting ling with the overpowering passions of the East. A prince of Arabv voos a western maid with all the fiery pas sion of his kind, finally taking her to his seraglio. A thrilling romance nzts-t it yratrt rwra&m set against romantic Araby. Venice and Paiis, with that prince of lowers, Chartes Farrell. and the alluring beauty, Greta Nissen. ''Born to Battle' A lovable Irish cowboy, with the lilt of a song on his lips, and dyna mite in each fist — a Fighting Fool in any just cause, a proud Eastern society girl, always finding him en gaged in the pleasant occupation of Beating Ur some Bimbo who richly deserves it— a snub from a snob— and a battle that Breeds romance between two young, yearning independent hearts.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6. "The Girl from Gay Paree." [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6. 'The Girl from Gay Parte.' A gay and jazzy story depicting the interesting night life of a great city. She started out to be a cabaret dancer and found herself billed as the tempestouus madamoiselle fror& gay Paree. Penetrating Mao*s disguise the man-about-town took advantage of her terroi; and inveighed her into his net. ??A Harp in Hock'* . Filled wtlh the exuberance of liv ?r£T — care-free, happy, lovable as a rose, she worked all day and danced at niKht, then pawr.ed dancing tiophies to buy slippers so that she tight dance to win more silver cups — a delightful -pictuie, brimming with drama, thrills and appeal. A clipping love theme developed on the background of the slums — the melting pot of races — the refuge of downtrodden peoples the hirthplace of countless men who are a poweir In tha world of art, finance and busi ness. A photoplay production of singularly attractive ciualitiesi — a pic ture of the deepest appeal.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Pen Points [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

Pen Points 'It would be silly to discard an ace.' * * * To prevent Cold getting on the chest — Lock the chest. ? « ? The only thing that beats a good wife is a bad husband. * ? ? 'Sense oi touch' is knowing just whom to strike for a loan. * * * To prevent diseases caused by bitinz' insects — avoid biting them. ? ♦ * A tombstone always has a £ood word for a man \vhen*s he's down. * * * A south coastal hotel advertises that it has a telephone. It fcs getting on. 0 m ? , The water is put in the water melons by planting the seeds in the spring. * * * To prevent cats congregating on the window ledge— Remove the win dow ledge. ? ? * If \ou have learned to 4 know thy self,' then you are not likely to give thyself away. * ? m A wife is called the better half. ? because she usually Jgets the best of the other half. ? ? ? A visiting observer says the uni verse is a croing concern. We wonder where It will go. * * * Truth rrav be stinger than fiction, f and it is also a stranger to quite a nun....

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Regnant Pictures THE WEEK'S PROGRAMME SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2. "Heart to Heart" [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

Regnant Pictures THE WEEK'S PROGRAMME SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2. 'Heart to Heart' When a princess wants to give up jner royal loves for a loyal love — her queenly (robes for (gingham gowns — and a lot of small-town people won't let her, then the fun begins- And it lasts through six screamingly funny reels to a climax you'll vote the fun niest you've ever seen. Royal rom ance — small-town thrills — with laughs all the way! Beautiful Maty Asror and handsome Lloyd Hughes in a comedy-drama of a princess who want ed to be just another girl and a lot of home-town people who wouldn't let her. Tlayiojj Straight'' They tried to haze him when ho entered college; but instead they gave him a sweetheart. Soon he showed them the stuff he was made of and became the most popular man among them — he can-led them to vic tory on the gridiron with evsiO thing set against him. Playing Straight,' a page of life on the campus. When the honor of his collejo was at stake he forgot three broken ribs and doctor's ...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Do You Know That [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

Do You Know That Custard pudding, if steamed too quickly, will be full of eittle boles. ft « * ? Asparagus, when lejdy, should bi taken up at once, as it soon becoross flabby. Qiteam and soda water lp a delici ous summer drink, light and nourisht irjg, and can often be digested when milk is found to be heavy. A small piece of ice may be added when the weather is hot. ? ? ? ? A- pinch of soda improves green vegetables in the boiling. Every young housewife doesn't know that a pinch of soda put Into tomato -.soup before adding milk will prevent it curdling. Also if milk is Inc'lihed to turn, put a pinch of soda tn and bring to the boil. It will make it quite tweet again. ? ? ? ? If you should happen to forget to soak tbe peas overnight for pea soup, just put % teaspoonftfl soda in with them when putting on the fire and they will soften beautiftillj. In. making a plum pudding you C3n dis pense with eggs if you mix the soda with a small quantity of vinegar, just bfore turning into the ba...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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That Useful Borax [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

That Useful Borax Use borax for cleaning copper, for cleaning tablerwarev and for sweeten ing teapots, coffee-pots. It will prevent encrustations on kettles and act as an antiseptic for drains Qr sinks. It will keep ants from cupboards, improve the lustre of blacHead, pre serve ink and paste, clean enamel wane, windows, and mirrors; prevent blight in greenhouses and gwrdens, and wash straw hats. To keep silver bright put a handful of borax in a pan of warm water. Put the silvelr tn and let It stand all morn ing. Rinse in cold water and wipe with a cloth. Aldded to warm water when washing tu*d feet, borax will lelievc the burning soreness.

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SALADS For the Warm Days [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

SALADS For the Warm Days Vgetables must be fresh, crisp and well dried.' One flavor should not predominate over another. Shied lettuce with the fingers, or cut with a silver or well-pollsheid knife. Do not mix dressing with lettuce till irea^v to serve, as it causes the s-alad to be flabby. Everything should be as cold as possible. When the flavor of onion cr garlic is required, whilst tlv* artunl wrretable is not. rub the £a'lad bowl with a cut onion rtr garlic. Mint sauce is nice used in plain let tuce salad. Soalc lettuce and^valer crefs in void water until crisp, then drain In a cullender and shake dry in a towel. Tomatoes anil cucumbers are improved bv soaVinc in cold water. Ycut-„' nasturtium leaves are excel lent fn salads, and the flowers used as a earnish. Chop white of tegs with a fluted cutter. Feel cucumber with a fluted cutter, slice and sprinkle wth salt,! stand for hilt an hour; wash and drain well.

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Price for Billy of Tea PIN PRICKS THAT HURT [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

Price ftr Billy of Tea PIN PRICKS THAT HURT To the credit of Southport people they do not look upon visitors as fair game for fleecing. That u one of th; many reasons why this re-sort is so popular, but there are isolated eyocp tions — little pin pricks that hurt. A' casual stroller through informed us that he called nr. an E?].!anadc ? shon for a hilly of tea — his held two arid a half cups. The charge to him was 1/. When he asked questions he found there was no sugar In it, and for this he had to pay another 3d., with another 3d. additional for milk. Though the charge is high it is no thing much to complain of; but, like the change at the Ooomera .Ferry, these -little things hurt.- They are talked about by dissatisfied people to our detriment, and the treatment is magnified and misjudged. We un derstand the ordinary charge at most places is 6d. for hot water. People usually supply their own tea, and sugar, and milfc Mrs. J. N. Campbell returned to Murwiflumbah, after a few days at...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Water for Boats YACHTMEN'S PROBLEM [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

Water for Boats YACHTMEN'S PROBLEM If Southport is to continue to at tract jacht owners to our bay during the summer season, something will have to be done to give them a sup ply of fresh water. This was one of the house-boat problems during the past month, when scores of living craft rested in oar bay. Private £ laces were drawn upon when the sat tanks gave out, and many of these were not too plentifully sup plied.. Many mistook Mr. Barney Bolton's tank for Yacht Club premises and helped themselves. Mr. Bolton did not mind this until his own re quirements were threatened, and he had to put a stop to the practice. Many of the visitors were loud in their condemnation ? at the lack of fresh water provision. A well with a_pump in a convenient position should not be an expensive item. Any way, it would be well for the council to keep this matter In view foV tbe future. ? ' Mrs. P. Murphy and Mrs. A. Lennon (Brisbane) aire spending a week at the Pacific Hotel.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

ri Tender, Detit-ladenLeaites, all* r I plucked, in ZheEarlyMomirLCf L

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Ryhmes with a Bite MANANA BANANA [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

Ryhmes with a Bite manana banana -{By 'The Woombye Angel,' to the ?'Austalian Fruitgrower') Fouk- little farmers eat upon o tree, .Harrison and Ramsay and Ranger and I didthe work, Hanger did the talk. Harrison and Ramsay laughed with felee. 'Three little farmers sat upon a tree, .Harrison and Ramsay and Ranger swallowed me; ? Great was the joke, smooth the woros they spoke. Ranger the manager, managed well fop me. 'Two little farmers sat upon a tree. Ranger and the guileless, pnoprie tar-ee ; Banana fs kirg — hark to William sing 'If joufd be a fanner, farm like roe. ?One little fanner; sat upon a tree. Haj^lflon and Ramsay, the big Mono po-lee ; .Hear the cockies scream who voted for the scheme^ _ _ Blessed are the uses of the C-O.D. The Poet'. Note Manana, mean ing to-morrow, is the Spanish word 'Used by the peon (or se(n), tiller of ?the land In Mcxieo. The Queensland farmer -should study the subject of peonage, a condition he is rapidly ap proaching. Fanner means either one 'wh...

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AFTER MOTOR RECORD CAPETOWN. January 31. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

ATFER MOTOR RECORD CAPETOWN, January 31. Captain Malcolm Campbell arrives on Monday from England tc attack tbe world motor car speed lecoid cn the Vernek Saltpan, which is in inhospitable country 300 miles from Capetown. Campbell, in a wireless response to greetings, said his object was to prove the supremacy of Brit ish workmanship and material.'

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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FOURTH TEST MATCH ADELAIDE. Friday [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

FOURTH TEST MATCH ADELAIDE. FWdav. Chapman won the toss in th» Fourth Test Match, which commenced to-day. ENGLAND — First Innings. Hobbs, not out ? 49 Sutcliffe. not out ? 39 Sundries ? 5 Total, no wickets for .. 93

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. Atre't for Southport and District M. W. Black, Owen-st.. Soulhpcrt.

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RICE'S CONTRACT GUARANTEE NOT FORTHCOMING COUNCIL DECIDES TO DETERMINE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

RICE'S CONTRACT GUARANTEE NOT FORTHCOMING COUNCIL DECIDES TO DETERMINE Owii^g to the failure of Contractor T. Rice to provide a guarantee for the carrying out of his road contracts In No. 4 Ward of the Southport Town Council and a request from the con tractor for the Council to proceed with the work in the tennis of Clause 27 of the contract, the Council held a special meeting to-day to de cide in what manner they ?should deal with the position. Engineer Rheinhold explained thai clause 27 gave them the right to complete the job and charge it up to the contractor. That was fa No. 2 Ward, where £700 or £800 remained to be done. He was not afraid of any loss there. They had sufficient money in hand to enable them to com plete the work. With No. 4 the posi ton was different. There only about 15 pet? cent, of the work was done. The position was that they could decide to go on and do the rest them selves* or call fresh tenders. If they did it themselves and made a profit the profit would ...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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