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

FOR SALE.— 8 Heifers, with calves at foot; 8 milkers, 6 forward springers. J. Brock, Currumbin. LOST — Gent.'s pocket watch, mono gram S.O.W. Finder please ring 60. Reward. ?LOST.— Between Southport and Buf leigh, 1 brown paper parcel, con-, taining mosquito net. Finder please return to This Office. Reward. -WANTED KNOWN.— P. Ferguson, Dry Cleaner, Dyer, Eresser, Hats Renovated. C/- Vance's Stow, near Station, Southport. ? BILLIARD TABLE For Sale (Heiron & Smith), with dining top. In per fect older. Apply Mrs. T. J. Hlg gins,- Nerang-sfireet. ? ST. HILDA'S SCHOOL, SOUTHPORT. St. Hilda's School ' re-opens on TUESDAY, February 6th. The Prin cipal will be at home by appointments . on Saturday and and Monday to in terview parents and prospective pupils.

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

- SHIRE OF NERANQ PROPERTIES TO BE SOLD NOTICE is hereby given that action Is to be taken to sell the undennen tioned properties, which have over 3 years rates owing on them, unless the full '.rates are paid op: Section 14, Allot. 2, Nerang, Mrs. E . J. Foote. . Section 14, Allot. 3, Nerang, W. G. Thomas. Section 14. Allot, 6, Netrarig, J. A. Healy. ? Section 17, Allot. 4. Nerang, Mary Walker (deed.). , , Portion 75, Gilston, 97 acres, Michael Guinea. Portion 23, Sub. 8. Nerang, Angus Ross. Portion 77, Gilston, H. Guinea. Portion 104, Gilston, H. Guinea. Portion 144, Numinbah, W. A. Guinea. Portion 64, Sub. 18, Chas. Lee. Portion 52a, Mudgeeraba, W. Veivers. Pcrtion 37v, Sub. 2. Resub. 16, Talle budgera, A. Whitford. Portion 76, Sub. 1, Resub. 1, Cuivuni bin, 15 acres, C. Farrell. Portion 76, Sub. 2, Resub. 1, Currum bin, 25 acres, H. Cranswick. Portion 24, Sub. 13, Resub. 22. Cur rumbin, 20 acres, Robertson and Taylor. Portion 21,' Sub. IV Resub. 23. Cur Tumbin, 20 acres, D. Gd don...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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SCRAPS OF FUN. Long Process [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

SCRAPS OF FUN. Long Process The newly-rich wife gave a musi cal evening. She was unecsy at the beginning because the music didn't commence. She went to the conduc tor of tho orchestra she had engaged arid said : ''Why con't the men begin to play?' ''Oh, they are tnuing up!' ''Tuning up! Why are tbev doing it now ? . I ordered jou a week ago !' ? , . ? m Too RfrL'tt, Lady. '?My poor fellow,' said the old lady, 'here Is n penny for you. Goodness gflacious, it must be dreadful to be lane, but just 'think how much worse it would be if you were blind.' ''Yer right, lady,' agreed the trrmp, 'when I was Mind I was always get tins bad money passed on me.' m m m L'cfinif.ely No. Railway Official : 'You'd better not smoke, str!» Traveller ; ''That's what my friends say.' Railway Official : ''But jou mustn't smoke, sir!' Traveller : 'So inv doctor tells ra;.' Railway Official (indignantly) : '?But you shan't smoke, s!r !' Traveller : 'Ah ! Just what my wife savs.' # ? ? His Anaesthetic A touri...

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CHILDREN'S DAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

CHILDREN'S DAY. And they brought the young , children to Him. that He should touch them ; and His disci pits re buked those that brought them. But when Jesus saw it, He was much displeased, and said unto th'em, Suffer the little children to come unto Me, and forbid them not ; for of such is the Kingdom of God. Verily I say unto you, hosoever shall not receive the kindgom of God as a little child, be shall not enter in. And He took them up in His arms, pot His hands upon them, nnd blessed them.— Bible.

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

FIREWOOD Supplied in any quantity. Cat to any Length. W. CHIRN, 'Phone 64. Frank-street. £. A. Grigg tor Books! I Specialise in — . BOOKS FOR TINY TODDLERS, BOOKS FOR GIRLS AND BOYS, BOOKS FOB YOUNG PEOPLE; BOOKS FOR OLDER PEOPLE, BOOKS FOR EVERYONE! ALSO:. A CIRCULATING LIBRARY OF UP TO DATE FICTION. E. A. GRIGG, ? NERANG STREET. 'PHONE 28. P.O. Box 13 Back to School Week ^ WE HAVE IN STOCK A BIB RANGE OF SCHOOL CHILDREN'S REQUISITES. Queensland Readers, Longman's Geography, Atlas of the World (Commonwealth, Collins), PhysioUgy, Exercise Books, Dictionaries Arithmetics, Grammars. Scholars' Mathematical Sets of Drawing Instruments. ^ Pens, Pencils, Crayons, Chalk, Erasers and Pencil Sharpeners. LET YOUR CHILDREN CALL AND ASK FOR OUR PRICES. WE SPECIALISE IN TORCHES AND BATTERIES. Bring Your Torches and have them adjusted. THE CORNER NEWSAGENCY AND STATIONERY STORE, J. F. GAVEN, Proprietor 1 in advance by an orgy ^ I picnic fare is a mailer of S g selection rather than hard ! tasty S...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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READING FOR CHILDREN THE GREEN ARCHER "My Magazine" [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

READING FOR CHILDREN THE GREEN ARCHER \ 'My Magazine' The Series had always been (great hunters. The hall of their old baron ial house wffs full of trophies,, horns and antlers, hides of tigers and of beam. In the midst of them a'!I, just where the morning sun struck it, hung tha portrait of on ancestor, painted long, 4. Ion? ato, but so liJei'ike that the bold figure seemed on the point of buistinsr firm the canvas — an archer, dressed In green, tall, ruddy, keen eyed, one leg advanced, his lone arms extended breast high, drawing a green bow. One could not get out of the way of his piercing glance. The portrait of the archer watf a favorite with* all his young descend ants. Often the boys would take bows and arrows into the woods nnd pretend that they were foresters, like the long ago great-grandfather. The last heir of the Series had only sisters, no brothers, to play with, and he vrew up different fnom the rest of his forebears verv fond of pets, keen ly interested in wild animal...

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LITTLE DROPS OF WATER [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

LITTLE DROPS OF WATER Little drops of water, Little grains of sand. Make the mighty ocean And the pleasant land. Thus tbe little minutes, Humble though they be, Make the mighty ages Of eternity. Thus our little errors ) Lead the soul away From the path of virtue Far in sin to stray. Little deeds of kindness. Little worlds of love, Make cur Earth an Eden Like the Heaven above. Lttle seeds of mercy Sown by youthful tends Grow to bless the nations Fat* in heathen lands. Ebenezer Cobbam Brewer.

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PAPER MILK [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

PAPER miLK There is still hope for the cow, which the chemists lately threatened to put out of the business by making chemical milk straight out of blades of giass, Before that day the cow may be able to send its milk by letter-post. A Danish uhemist, entering the field while the cow is still the cblei milk producer, 'has made a machine from which the milk oozes in solid sheets like thick notppaperl It will last for years, we are told. A little Warn water added to it at any time will turn it back again into milk nearly fresh from the cow. The milkman will vanish.

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RIDDLE IN RHYME [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

RIDDLE IN RHYME My first is in hen but not In cock, My second is in shoe and also in sock My tWnfl is In you but not in me. My fourth is in shrub but not in tree. My fifth is in passage but not In hall. My whole is a thing which shelters us ail. Answer next week.

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"LITTLE JACK HORNER" [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

'LITTLE JACK HORNER' ' Little Jack Homer Stood at the corner Watching the traffic go by; He crossed over at last, And when it had passed He said : ?'What a eood boy am I.' Children — Fragile beginnings of^a mighty end. — Mrs. Norton.

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THE FAIRY PAINTER [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

THE FAIRY PAINTER Tbe fairy painter, works at night. When wise folk are arsleep. Of him you'll never see a sight So do not try to peep. The painter colors hills and trees, And streams and meadows, too. He's happy, for his work will please Everyone, even you.

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TWO LITTLE CATS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

TWO LITTLE CATSI Two little cats sat having a talk: My little dog was out for a walk ; When the cats saw him, thev started .to run. He ran after themv just for fun. Off they ran as fast as they could. But he ran faster, as any dog would Down to the garden, over the wall Twelve l«(gs went, three tails and all.

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THE SWING [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

THE SWINQ How do you like to go up In a swing, Uptin the air so blue?* Oh, I think it the pleasantest thing Ever a child can do ! e Up in the air and over the wall, Till I can see so wide, Riveras and trfees nnd cattle an{d all Over the country side — Till I look down on the gattfen green, Down on tbe Toof so brown — Up in the air I go flying again, Up in the air a xA down ! 1 — R. L. Stevenson, ''A Child's Gar den of Verses.'

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DURING HOT WEATHER A Diet for Beauty [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

DURINQ HOT WEATHER A Diet for Beauty Meat, especially red meat, should he reduced to the smallest umcunt for the woman who wishes to keep her complexion clear during the hot weather. Twice Or three times a week is difficult to digest during hot weather, and Is very heating. At. no time is It good for the complexion — (one well-known b:auty always leasts that the never touches it) — but it is especially had on hot days. Chicken, white fish, and fruit aie the ideal diet at such a time. Salads are Good The baaon and eggs breakfast, so popular in many homes, should be re placed by one of poached r^gs and fresh fruit. Salads and some gieen vegetables Bhould find a place at every meal; in fact, It is a good plan to s:-rve a salad at breakfast, lunch and dinner. The idea that salads, on account of the dressing served with them, are fattening, need not deter anyone from taking thm for salad-dressing can ba maiie non-fattening if lemon juice is mixed with the olive oil. Add the oil very spar...

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

I have often hlid occasion to remark tho fortitude with which wonirn sustain the most over whelming reverses of fortune. Those disasters which break down the spirit of a man and prostrate him in the dust seed to call forth all the energies of the softer sex, and give such intrepidly una elevation to trelr character that at times St approaches to sub limity, — Washington Irving.

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THE MODERN GIRL [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

THE MODERN GIRL She was a phantom of the nfeht W'hen first she gleamed upon my sight. A shingled maid with frock so scant As would have shockcd her maiden aunt; Her legs, which seemed to spurn re pose, Fright witht translucent silken hose; Her twinkling feet encased in shoes With Louis heels, and Number Twos, A darciry; -shape, an image gay. Prepared to frisk till break of c'ay. I saw her at another time Arrayed in togs that were a crime. With lumping boots whose atiddid soles Might help her shoot unstudied goals. With jersej of such tilghtful hue 'Tuou'ld seem a sort of ureygreen blue, Whilst shorts now black, which erst were white. ?And Scotch-plaid socks her Iep;s bo ught.

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Hints for Householders [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

Hints for Householders When mangling sheets, towels, and tablecloths, fold them different waya alternately— one week by the hem, the next by the selvdege; and so make them last vefy much longer. A little cornflour adlded to the salt cellar prevents salt from caking. Half a teaspoonful of cornflour to two tablespoonsful of borax in ordi nary washing water,' which i9 often hand. Borax immediately softens tho water and prevents rough skin, and is very soothing when the face [gets flushed. When shoes squeak stand them for a day or two on an old tin or dish with castor, oil aB, round the soles. The oil soaks in and softens the leather. Baking apple sauce instead of boil ing it. Peel, core, and slice tbe ap ples as usual, then bake in the oven till soft in a casserole or a basin cov ered bv a plate. Mash to a pulp with a fork, sweeten to taste with brown sugar, and stir, in a little lump of butter, and your sauce is ready. The flavor is far superior to the usual boiled apple sauce. Perspe...

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HANDY TO KNOW [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

HANDY TO KNOW To cool baby's sikin and prevent rash, administer sulphur and treacle, a ? a » Goose-eggs are excellent fcr cuke rr-akiw?, one goose-egg being equal to three hen-eggs. ? ? ? ? A small rubber apron (retailed at about one shilling) makes an ideal water proof sheet for baby'c pram. * « ? ? A piece of cinnamon bark ridded to chcrries when stewing than or using them for a pie fiives a delightful flavor. ? * ? ? To reduce laundry wct-k use plain white paper serviettes and tray cloths if thtfre is an invalid in the house. * ? ' ? ? To keep a bottle hot for baby for soue hours make the food vei\- hot and wran the bottle tichtlv in newv rarer. If travelling, roll the p-ckage in a !rng. ? m m ? When fiyirg, invert a colai-der over the pan. This prevents -plishfntr and is easilj' lemoved, ire the ta=e of the - dander does no* become b-t. * ?, ? ? The hest strainer for jellv is .- piece of huckabPck shaned rccoid'rn to requirements and well scrli'ed be fore mins. Alwiys fcllow jel...

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

Try . Your Luck — 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 DAV DEVELOPING AND PRINTING. annufflimnminimminmnnninniinttiinnimi^tniurauunimlHiiiiiuiiuiHiuamniniimiuiimninimBBiin^ ( The 'Rogers' j | — acknowledged by Musical Authorities | | as the leading English Piano j | mO THE inexperienced all good § | -1- pianos sound very much alike i | bnt the practical musician at once § I appreciates the remarkable range I I of expression of which the English I | Rogers is capable. | 1 |n/^prn Oil No other Piano of recent years has re' | i K.U VJIj K_0 ceived snch wholehearted and enthusiastic | I fivw it kt /'v o support from connoisseurs— and this = = pi ANl |S popularity is due to the policy of the g | -*^u makers— 'Quality First' g | The pure even tone and the delicate responsive touch of the 'Rogers 1 § Piano' are qualities that' you yourself have to test before you...

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Social News [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929

Social News M.-S. M. A. Kibbler has jeturned to Boonah, after spending six weeks with her daughter, Mra. Schneider. Mrs. R. M. Wilde entertained a num ber of guests at a picture jiaity at the Pier Pavilion during the week. Miss J. M. Steven# is the guest of Mrs. Flint and Miss M. Flint at Akuna. Miss Norah King entertained a few friends at bridge last Monday even ing. Wild flowers and green foliage deccrated the drawing room, where the card tables were arranged. Mrs. W. Mooney and family, accom panied by Miss K. Quinn, have return ed to Biisbane. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Biown and family, who have been spending the ? holidays at Faulk'ner, have returned to Albion. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Nicol have ?re- turned to Blenheim. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. James, who have been spending six weeks at Crosby, have returned to Hlghgate Hill. !Ir. and Mrs. C. Wyman and family, wih/o have spent six weeks at Ros l r'vo , hive 'jeturned to Laidley. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Tocjd, who have been spending six weeks at The G...

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