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Pier Pavilion THIS SATURDAY "Les Miterabies" [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929
Pier' Pavilion THIS SATURDAY ' Ws Miseribln'' Great in every way ! Tlie faithful reproduction of Victor Hugo's epic of French life, 'Les Mberables,' could not fail to produce a notable motion picture. The great struggle between Jean Valjean and Javrt, a conflict between legal jus tice and humanity, tbe stupendous canvas on which Hugo painted with all his geniu3 the misery, wickedness and tragedy of life, form in sym pathetic . French hands, a powerful drama of the screen. 4 Les Miserab'cs' will be screened at -the Pavilion this Saturday. It bneathes the veiry spirit of France of the days of Hugo's great hero. The forces which mould Jean have been well portrayed by M. Gabrio, who pliy3 the difficult pai.t cl that ' powerful man. His finding of Cosette rs one of the most touching and de lightful things in the entire picture. Little Gavlroche, the gay street gamin, who dies in front of the barri cades singing the Marseillaise, is an other unusual figures, well done by a boy actor. The ...
NEXT TUESDAY "The Cheer Leader" [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929
NEXT TUESDAY 'The Cheer Leader' The-le !s a certain brishtness arid refreshing atmorplwlTj about 'The Cheer Leader.' a tsicture of the col lege and football field, which will be shown nt the Pavilion next Tuesday. The theme deals with a young unl vesity student, who through the plot ting of the unscrupuous 'IcolUlze Jiero, is compelled to act as elr-er 'e?der in the big football match, instead of a place in the term vvh'-re he licht'y belongs. How, by his superb r'ajing, be fin allv wins the game, gives a thrilling climax to tbe film. 'The Maikal Angel' A sensational battle between wctnen is one of the Axctjjng : cjr.es in 'The Masked Angel,' the support ing attraction. In this photoplay Betty Compson, the star, and Grace Cunard, put up a fight on a stairway that is said to be the greatest screen f&ht ever staged between two women. The story concerns the night club, a little dancer, and a war veteran who regains , his health . through love and a supreme faith. Large Assortme...
NOCTURNE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 February 1929
NOCTURNE Smote rising straightly in the green airs of even. The husky note of an early owl, Swift, like a daik line drawn 'cross heaven, Tbe homewaiid flight of the marsh land fowl. Some late wren in the tea-tree thicket Tinkles hs thin, swift notes of glass: Somewhat sadly a lonely cricket Fiddles away in the fescue grass. The table is set and the kettle's sing ing, Grey dusk gathers, and it's growing late. Silent at last is the axe's ringing,. And a step turns in by the home stead gate. Someone's smile has the sunshine's lending. Eager the welcome in someone's eyes. . . . Ah. well for the toiler at the long day's ending In his own little corner of Para dise 1 Kathleen Dalziel.
Things Worth Knowing [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929
Things Worth Knowing A Delightful Lotion. — Spirits of roses, tincture of iris, alcohol equal parts. ? ?' ? Excelsior Syrup. — Simple syiup 1 pint, syrup of wild cherry bark 4 ounces, port vine 4 ounces. ? ? ? ? Violet Tooth Paste — Prepared chalk and cuttle fish bone, each 3 ounces. root 1 ounce, smalts % ounce, syrup of violets q. a. to mix. ? ? ? Frocklo jiff ash. — One drnm of muri atic acid, 34 pint of rainwater, half teaapoonful of spirit lavender; mix them well together and apply 2 or 3 times ad ay to- the freckles with a oamel's-bair brush. ?«C- ? ? ? OH of Almond. — Melt together with gentle heat 2 ounces purified beef marrow, 2 drains yellow wax, 1 ounce spermaceti, oil of almonds; stir until almost cold, and add essence begra mot % ounce, attar, of roses 10 drops, and oil of nutmeg 10 drops. ? ? ? Simple Remedy for Summer Com. plaint. — A teaapoonful of prepared powdered charcoal starved thoroughly into a glrtss of water and taken after each meal will cure the most obstin...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929
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Stadium in Street COURT FINES FOLLOW [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929
Stadium in Street COURT FINES FOLLOW Two meny men on Monday night stsged in thle street what should have been a stadium encounter, and as a result of the police appearance the pugilists were called upon next morn ing to answetr a charge of having created a disturbance. The fifeht took place in Scartio rough-street. Use offenders were Ihomaa John Bond (31), car pen U**. and Walter John Day (47). laborer. Both pleaded guilty to Mr. H. Clegg, J.P-, and were fined £3 or 14 days goal. In the caae of Day a month was allowed for pay ment.
Bulletin Brings Results RESPONSE FROM VICTORIA IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929
Bulletin Brings Results RESPONSE FROM VICTORIA IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE it is said that bread cast upon the water will return many fold, r At Christmas time a lueciat issue of the Bulletin was cast as crumbs upon the waters of adven ture, already we have results. Mrs. Rudder, of Sprinssrbrook, ir. foiroed a representative of this mnpr tl-.p other flnv thnt -sha nn inquiry 'from Warburton, VictOTia, fi»m a man who ilesrcd to book ac conunorihtion ,for n holiday at the mountains. He had lead about it in th? 'South Coast Pulletin,' he -ald. He was coming to Southport first. This- one man was- thoughtful ennu;^ to ray he had seen it in the Bulletin. How many write for places who rovir th'nk to say they saw it ir. the Pullet In. JJow many mor^ iust come and seek their accommodation when thev arrive. Hew many, too, are communicated with in tho terms -- o' this letter to Mrs. Rudder, who ,t nejlect to tell us of it. Anyway, this shows thnt tlv? pub licity effort was r»'t Iliad? in vain, and. t...
Marriage Gifts MISS SCHLINKER HONORED [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929
Marriage Gifts MISS SCHLINKER HONORED In appreciation of her popluarity as a teacher at the Southport Congre. Rational Sunday School, Miss GUtfy Schlinker, who is to be married to morrow, waa made the recipient of a glase fruit stand and sweets dish, by pupils and teachew of that body on Sunday. The Rev. 191 H#die, who made the presentation, spake appreciatively of the valuable work performed by Miss Schlinker, both as teacher and office better. He wkfaed her happiness and prosperity in the future. Mias Schlinker suitably responded. Miss Schlinker, who is a past mem ber of the choir, was also presented with a stiver cake kasket and fork and stiver tea strainer by members. The Rev. Haidie again made the peresntatlon and eulogised Miss Schlinker, v. no feelingly responded.
Night of Hunger and Torment Launch Party Stranded in the Bay Sight of Rescue Party Brings Joyous Relief [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929
Night of Hung'er.and Torment Launch Party Stranded in the Bay Sight of Rescue Party Brings Joyous Relief To be stranded on a sandbank, and then to haw the main crank shaft of their launch break In the effort to get clear, were the first thrills of a parly whicti, eventually, had to spend all WeeEneiday night on the bay, with little food rnd cestered to agony by raiding ir.osquitccs. The Dartv. which co'nnrised six women, three clvlc'i on, and th*e: Ten. set out in the pleasure launch Athos, on Wednesday nxi.-ninp' to enjoy a day''; fishing u n t he k ay. Ail went w:]1 until the retuni journey was ess»yc ' towards evening, when the vessel git on to a sand bank and stuck. Th - struggle to get off resulted in a broken- crank shaft, and the Iitt'e craft was in a helpless condition. With the rising tide an attempt w.'T made by the owner of the lau.-ch, Mr. H. Lahrs, and the male passenger^ to xow the Athos with sweeps ;-:ov:-dc.l for such an emergency, but the at tempt was not a -success...
Social News [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929
Social News Major and Mrs. F. J. Backer, who have been etayiqg at Ellanoca, re turned to Hamilton on Sunday by car. Mr. and Mrs. J. Bishop and family have retained to Ipswich. Mr. and tbs. Percy Fctrfer have re turned to Toowoomba. Mrs. Virtfl Power and Misses Fanny and Hilda Powtfr, who have been stay ing at Chelmsford, returned to Bris bane. They will mead a few days at Atcherley Private Hotel before going cn to MapJeton, where they will be the pnsti of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Power. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Beaumont g»v« an enjoyable bridge party at their ib sldeace (Racecourse-road) on Satur Bsy evening. Bowls of roses and verbenas dee (Mated tbe lounge. Tbe guests included Mr. and Mrs. E. H. White, Misses Amy Maekey, Myrtle Ward, Helen Mlliran, Eieanor ? Schwabe, Hilda Power, MdMns. K. B. Price, L.*M. Nixon, R. N. Hinton. and Dr. W. A, Macbjr, Mrs. BcE^ar Dearnalev and family, who have bBen spending two months at Minaret have returned to Clayfield Mr. and Mrs. Clarke are at Chelms ford, Mrs...
Caught in Live Wire THROWN CLEAR BY SHOCK ACCIDENT AT TWEED HEADS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929
Caught in Live Wire THROWN OLEAR BY SHOCK ACCIDENT AT TWEED HEADS Mr. A. H. A. Fraser, a Tweed Heads business man, received an electric shock eajrly on Thursday morning wten he took hold of a wire at Green mount Beach. Mr. Fraser, who re sides at CooIn.nsatta, was returning ' from the Tweed Heads and Coolan gatta surf she-f at 7 o'clock, when he attempted to pick up whit rppeaied to be a wire lyng across the path 1- rdiri.' 'o the bathing iirea at Green mount Beach. Ho caught hold of the wire with his left hand, and 'received a tJiock. He ? was unable to fny- himself, and be fore ho could call for assistance he wts jerkad off his fe-t. and thrown heavily, his head striking the path way. This caused him to release his grip of the wire. Mf. Frasarr soon re covered. It was discovered that one' of the electric wires leading from a pole on thu slope of Gteentr.ount Hill across the pathway to tho surf shed had snapped during Wednesday night's storm, and had fallen across the path way.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929
FIREWOOD Supplied fn any quantity. Cat to any Length. W. CHIRN, fboM 64. Freak-street. A. LEDBURY, BUILDER * CONTRACTOR, Plan prepared and Estimates Given tot All Classes of Woiflc REPAIRS A SPECIALTY LENNEBERG-SIV, SOUTHPORT. 'PHONE 202. H. J. F. Loogheed, (Late HOLDEN BROS.), HOUSE ft OOACH PAINTER. SIGNWRITERS, J CAR ENAMELLEFS. ; j ?Phone 21 J. 1 | Agents for RIPOLXN ENAMEL. SCARBOROUBH-ST., SOUTHPORT. '! BURLEIGH PLUMBING WORKS E. H.C. MEYERS, PLUMBER AND GALVANISED . IRON WORKER, , JAMES-ST* BURLEIGH HEADS. ?PHONE 33. Contract prices for all Olsaees of Roofing ana Tank Making, Stovea, Plunge and Shower Bathe, Water* Heaters, Etc. Windmills Supplied and Erected. FIRST CLASS WORKMANSHIP : GUARANTEED A TRIAL SOLICITED LOOK! If you think we are trying to do a good thing by keeping down the price of General Drapery, Grocery, and Hardware we would be pleased if you would call and give us a trial. In our Grocery department you can obtain Cash and Carry prices prompt cash with order O...