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Fruit Train Specials [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929
Fruit Train Specials Fruit train No. 4/29, run by the Committee of Direction of Fruit Marketing, to clear Wallangarra on Thursday, Saturday, and Monday, for weekening February 4 with 949 tons, of uh'rh 481 Melbourne consisirir of 8037 cases bananas, 3538 cases pine apples, 20 cases mangoes, 1 case papaws, 3 cases passions, and 2 cases v^ucensland nuts. Sydney took 4S8 tons, consisting of 6105 cases bananas, 4809 cases pineapples. 22 cases man ure?, 414 cases tomitocs. 635 cases eggls, 1 case beans, and 1316 cases apples.
Regnant Pictures THE WEEK'S PROGRAMME SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9. "The Barker" [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929
Regnant Pictures THE WEEK'S PROGRAMME SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9. 'The Barker' Crocks and grafters — women who kill to save their loves — men who spring fnom the shadows of the earth — all mixed into this seething maelstrom of strife and passion. Cartaval, swirling? colors, blrfe of Eonud, gaping crowds, holiday. Then back behind the scenes with tlKse Merchants of Mirth. 'The Barker.' smooth as marble, twice as hard but nnr- uift ennt— hfa Tfi/1 — tllp one he wanted to keep out of the false carni val life, but couldn't. It's real ! Real! passions raw and naked. And all the time this moving circus back ground and picturesque comedy from the strangest lot of characters ever filmed. ?♦Across the AUcnticn Monte Blue is 6-j?n at his vigorous best as the wounded war-time ace; who is believed to be dead by his fathir, brother and sweetheart. These three, tcme years after °he war, go to France to visit the place which the hero last wrote. While they are away he wanders from the hospital and back ...
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 7. "Four Sons." [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 7. 'Four Sons' Laughter and tears in tbe btegest, noblest theme the scran has ever presented — the beautiful devotion o£ four sons lo the mother who gave them life — and the ungrudging, cheer- ' ful self-sacrifice of that mother when called upon to give them up, one by one, on the altar of duty. A glori ously inspiring story of the soul of motnem-ta — or Motner uernie ana the four splendid men— children she gave the world, with Margaret Mann, Albert Gun, Earle Fox, Frareis X Bushman, jun„ June Oollyer. George Meeker, James Hall, Charles Morion. 'Ain't Love Funny'' A tonlCj fox; the bluej — Alberta Vaughn in her fastest, funniest, screairin? farce — a non-stop roar of laughte.t— coming down the comedy Stretch like a racing car— -prying gurgles of joy out of the spectators like a tramp getting salrdines out of a can — a darb of a film. F.O.B. — Bring a doctor when you come to see this — If you don't die laughing, theie's bctnething wrong with you — in either case you'...
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13. "Prep, and Pep" [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13. 'Prep, and Pep' The story of this highly entertain ing picture is about tho transition of' a bashful boy to the athletic pride of Calvert Military Academy, where he f 1?bts to duplicate the fame that was once held bv his father, who was the great fctar of the school in his day. The bil climax to the picture comes when the boy proves his mettle nerd rescues tre commandant's daughter, from a burning prairie. 'The Cowboy Kid.'' A western comedy drama, with enough thrills per reel to keep the audience on the jump. It tells the story of a young ranch hand, in love with a beautiful singing voice he has heard over the radio. In seeking the ownor of the voice, he becomes en meshed In a darine plot to overthrow the financial powers of his town. The ranch hand sets himself to the task of cleaning out a nest of outlaw.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929
WHY HAVE COCKROACHES WHEN YOU CAN PROCURE ADSOLINE COCKROACH DESTROYER NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL Also RAT AND BUG PREPARATIONS. As used by Leading Sydney Hotel* and Restaurants, N.5.W. Govt. Rail way Refreshment Rooms and City Councils. PRICE. 2/3 Per Tin. Also BUG EXTERMINATOR. 3/3 Pint. W. E. Martin, Ph.c. Dispensing Chemist Opp. Post Office Southport | CASKET AGENCY I The House ? | for all your 1 Musical Supplies j Sheet^ Music j ji Music or the Popular Hits of | | the Day can be^obtained at | Write for Hit of New Mutlc that hat }tal come to hand |j 77ie'Lark' Portable IglkJ | ITTERE Is a light-weight Portable K^vgj? I jg XI Instrument of British manufacture ? 1 ! | with a wonderfully rich tone and j | and pleasing volume. For the home | -- or week-end motor trips the i 'Lark'is just what you need. If« § I the best value yet offered. * '* | ? in The 'Sonora' i1 Phonograph^ I USvl Olj 'Clear as a Bell' aptly describes the ?'! I reproduction of the 'Sonora.' jl I Each model is a beautifu...
WOMEN'S SECTION CURTAIN LECTURES [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929
I WOMEN'S SECTION j CURTAIN LECTURES i Mr. Willet, after advocating econ J. cany. turned op his nose at a vegetarian dish called mock duck. No. James, I won't, be quiet, and won't let you go to weep— not after . the disgraceful way you behaved at dinner. And before the children, too. I was. ashamed, to see you gulping down every mouthful like a man on board a pleasure steamer that's de ? Kmuiioa wi nei u» » ?,v' ?- ' out of tbe company first, though he ?, .knows he will nave to return it, and ' aftqr all the trouble I took to make L * yon a dainty dish that smelt exactly ' Ilka hot rcast duck! A hollow mockery ? How can you say such a thing, James, whet: it was a vegetable mar row beautifully stuffed with sage and f onions 7 I have always faithfully ; ' tried to fulfil that part of the mar riage seryiee which tolls you to feed the Urate and hope fvr the best, and ;; it was a bitter disappointment to me when you went on as you Idld before - tbe servant and tbe children. You never sai...
A NEW DECALOGUE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929
A NEW DECALOGUE These are the commandments tbat girl* make for single men. 1. Remember when I am thv wife that thou shalt cherish me all thy life. bt 2. Thou shalt not stay out late at night when friends or lodges or clubs invite. 3. Uv vnOtber thrtl khalt rt.ritrm to please, and let ber. live with us at e«se. ,4. Thou shalt with praise receive my pies, no pastry made by me des pise, 5. Thou shalt in manner mild and meek give me thy wages every week. 6. Thou shalt not flirt, but must allow thy wife such freedom any how. 7. Remember this, thy duty clear, to dflees me weU throughout the 3 ear. 8. Thou fchalt not smoke hvdoor. or out, or strew tobacco round about. 9. Thou shalt get up ?should baby cry, and try the child to pacify. 10. These my commandment!, day to day thou shalt implicity obey.
WOMAN [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929
' ' WOMAN Woman Is a miracle of divine contradictions^— Michelet. The most beautiful object in ' the world, it will be allowed, is a beautiful women. But who that cm analyse his feelings is not sensible that she own her fas cination lets to grace of outline and delicacy of color than to a thousand associations which, often unptrceivnd by ourselves, connect these qualities' with the source of Our existence, with the nourishment of our infancy, with passions of our youth, with ths hopes of our age* with elegance, with vivacity, with tendernss, with tbe strongest natural In stincts, with the dearest of social ties.— Macaulay.
WHY MEN MARRY THEIR TYPISTES [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 8 February 1929
WHY MEN MARRY THEIR TYPISTES The question as to why business men are predisposed to marry their typistes haa been discussed at some length in recent English newspapers. The discussion arose when a well known stock-broker beqame engaged to his typiste and made, a will in her favor, and then committed sui cide. ' In debating the question one of the newspapers had an Interview with a former office girl who married hei? employer — an engineer — and she thought that the real explanation lay in the interest and sympathy a good secretary takes in her employer's work. So many women, she said, think it a mistake to show an interest In the anxieties and labors their bus bands have ? to contend with, and they madden them by reciting their, litany of trivial domestic difficulties — the butcher, or the baker, or. tbe housemaid. The secretary, or. the otben-*hand, learns to anticipate tbe wishes of her employer, and to save him from the numerous annoyances in tbe day's work. Gradually the em ploy...
OUR INVALID RECIPES [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929
OUR INVALID RECIPES If circumstances permit, see that the invalid's bed is drawn. up to the window, so that a view and the sun shine may be seen. ? ? ? ? . Chlckea Cream.— Quarter of a 1b. of minced chicken, 1 egg. a little butter.* Seasoning to taste. Vi breakfastcup of cream. Mix well and steam for 30 minutes in a small buttered mccld. Beef Essence.— If wanted quickly slightly (grill a juicy piece of steak, score it well and squeeze the juice out of it with any handy appliance. Of course this only dees for. a email quantity. ? - . Teacup Cns-a*r«1 IWaias.-^*. tea capful of milk made hot with 1 des sertspoonful of sugar must be poured gently to a well-beaten egg, stirring an the time. Place In a buttered cup and steam for 10 or 15 minutes. ? ? ? ? A Cost of Airawreeir— Two tea spoonsful of arrowroot, moistened with 2 tablespoonsful of cold milk. Stir the milk In gradually a break fastenpful of boiling milk, and place it in a small, perfectly' dean sauce pan and tttf over the fire f...
HANDY TO KNOW [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929
HANDY TO KNOW To restore a head of wilted celery, stand it in a jug. of cold water to whloh a pinch of bicarb. i«cda has been added. ? ? ? For diarrhoea, rdd to half-a-plnt of Cnesh milk a little powdered cinna mon, some rowdered white sugar and » tefspoen of brandy. Take either hot or'coli ? * » Tulips placed In a ir-rm room soon open and die. To prevent th-'s, take a piece of Isilk thread as nearly the color of the flower as possible. twiM it routvl the petals and tie it in a knot. Fknvdrs thus kept closed will last about two weeks. ? ? ? If short of rfusen food for the fowls use lucerne dust, which can be bought at any rroduco merchant's ir.d fc* cheap. To a -rash of brrr and jrl lard fdr cbout 20 fowls add 2 good handfuls of the green powder. ? ? ? An excellent coiinectiw -f or poultrv during hot weather is granulated vegetable charcoal, which should be adided to the rrominv mash (one tea spoon to s qusfrt of mash ore* . a week), or placed in the hopper. It is also good for dogs...
SOMETHING UNIQUE ROSE-LEAF JAM [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929
SOMETHING UNIQUE ROSE-LEAF JAM Little raj roses nicked before dawn so that 'the sun's rays do not touch them are the best mor this preserve. (In Romania there are special ones on low bushrs with a Rood perfume), s.-.vs a Rumanian. The |«tals should be separated and lUDoea wun su^ur. Make a syrup of about five glasses of water to four Rlrsses of sugar, boil it until it candies. Try a »lro» In cold water in order, to 6ee its consistency; when thick it is ready. Add the juice of half a lemon, ind the rose leaves, and then boil again and try it in the same wry (in cold water), and If there are suf ficient rose-leaves and It has boiled long enough it will thicken. It can then be poured into pots to cooL If there are not enough roses oat at the first catherirg, they can be spread on a sieve in a cool cellar until they are to be used.
SLENDERISE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929
SLENDERISE Keep slender by wearing the right sort of clothes! Such is the recipe advocated by the new school of thought born of the films, where ef fects are lairgely obtained by careful attention to lines, we are told. Here are some good tips : — Never wear round necklaces — they make the face fat. Wear V necklines to elongate the throat and face. Brush the hair off the face and high in front. Wear long, tight sleeves, and do not show the bare upper arms. Wear drink hose at all times. Wear, black dresses. Avoid designs in materials. Wear soft-brimmed b-it?— avoid very s^iall hats. Don't wrap futts around the throat closely. Wear the bafque effect 3ress when you can do so. Wear your skirts well below the knees, to avoid awkwardness. \\'e«r r^nin shoes, without con trasting leathers. Wear tailored suits when possWe. Always have Kpwns cut on long, plain lines, and avoid trimming them
£5000 in Flames COUNCIL HAS A BONFIRE BUT ONLY USED DEBENTURES. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929
£5000 in Flames ? COUNCIL HAS A BONFIRE BUT ONLY USED DEBENTURES. In e- bonfire started by the Mayor at the termination of the Southport Council meetinz on Tuesday, £5000 went up In smoke. But thdre is no need for alarm; it was only exhausted paper money. once vibrant with power and potency. It had served its purpose and, like the giant In Pilgrim's Progress, no body had any time for' it. However, there still remains a monument to its efficacy — the Pier. At the Council meeting on Tuesday a cheque was received for £8S3/8/10 from the Treasury Department, pro fit earned by a sinking fund which was established in 1913 for the re payment of debentures for £5000 issued to meet the construction costs of the Southport Pier. Repayment of £268/16/8 weie made annually by the Council under the arrangement, and the debentures matured on January 1 of this year. The proceeds of the sinking fund were vested in trustees and the sum of £SS3 remained as profits after the claims of the debentrue holde...
In Passing [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929
In Passing j Money has no lure for me.— Slgnor ! Mussolini. An Ei&Iishman's word Is bb bond age.— Mr. Max Murray. We are suffering from undigested civilisation.— Rev. David Walters. , The Salvation is the only army no- ' | body wants to reduce. — LoiH Astor. I believe in the divine inspiration of work.— Mr. Frederic Wealherby, K.C Some of us afforij cars and cannot afford education. — A London Head master. The world is a field of honor on which we are Knifihts of God.— Sir Wilfred GrenfeU. *
SPORTING Cricket Coomera v. Eastport [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929
SPORTING Cricket Coomera w. Eat-port In the A grade fixtures of tthe Sonthport and District Association. Coomera v. Eastport. which was played at Coomera on Saturday, Coomera defeated Easpctrt lay »' ln* nings and 108 runs. Oh the previous Saturday Eastport. who batted three men short, compiled 82 runs in their first innings, whilst - Coomera made 167 runs for the loss of fhro wickets. On resuming on - Saturday, Ooomera declared their in nings dosed, and Eastport, who bad only five men present, were dismissed for 17 runs. EASTP'ORT'S 1st INNINGS .. 32 COOMERA'S 1st INNINGS .. 1&5 EASTPORT SECOND INNINGS A. L Thams, b N. Bambln* ? ? '?» ' G. A. Jaekman, c W. SiganttD, b R. Oxenflord ? ?? J S. Foreman, b Bombling ...... J WJ, Kirkpatrick, b R, Oxenford 3 Sundries ? & H Dowling, not out .. .. ?? l Total ? ' Bowllnfc--N. Bambling, 2 for 5: R. Oxesford, 2 for 7. THE WRONG SPIRIT It is regrettable io onserve tne lack of Interest displayed by members of the Eartport team an...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929
Best Because Purest KRETSCHMAR— made Drinks arc famed for their flavor Try our 'SMILO' The New Orange Drink Once Tasted Alwsys Asked For. — OUR — BREWED GINGER BEER b a Popular Favorite — While, Oar — SHOP BEER has a Dinner-ale kick about it. Everybody Ukes it. ALL OTHER LINES EQUALLY GOOD. J. A. KRETSCHMAR, SOUTHPORT CORDIAL AND AERATED WATER WORKS. TOOHESO. CASH & CARRY H. V. FOSTER SCARBOROUGH-STREET Still at the TOP (of the Bill) aad the BOTTOM (ot the prices) JUST CONSIDER A FEW OF THESE:— - ABRAIZO 8d. ? ? ACIDS— Boraclc, 1/; Tartaric. 2/; Citric, 8/. AMMONTA— Household, $d. ; Scrubb's. 1/6. Asparagus,' lOMoz, 1/4; UK 1/5; 21b. 2/6. Bacon Rashers 1/4, Piece 1A Fore Hock lid. Baking Powder, Annt Marys %Ux. 1/2M: Ib, 7/X . . Barley. Pearl 3d. lb,; Patent. 1/6. ? ' Biscuits, So*. 6%A; Arrowroot. Rice. Tea Cakes, eBfc. 4*1 packet. Biato 1/1 and 1/U Bine, Rtekett'a Round. 10%A; Baft 1/3 do*. Bon Anl. Oskes 8A, Tins. 1/. BorrlL Io*. 1/1; 2oz, 2/. BREAKFAST FOODS— Breakfast D...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929
.Another Batch of WEEK-END Specials at ANNAND'S Win. Wide HEAVY PLAIN GREY SHEETING, pure cloth, no feessisg. Usual Price 1/11 ?pep yard. WEEK END SPECIAL PRICE 1/8 per yard. 70in. Wide PURE SOFT FINISH GREY TWILL SHEETING. Usual Price 2/11 per yard. WEEK-END SPECIAL PRICE. 2/6 per? yard. 80in. Wide Ezttra HEAVY GREY HERRINGBONE TWILL SHEETING, pure soft finish. Usual Price 2/11 per yaid. WEEK-END SPECIAL PRICE, 2/6 per yw4 70in. Wide PURE WHITE SOFT TWILL SHEETING. Usual Price 2/6 per- yard. WEEK END SPECIAL PRICE 2/1 per yard. 40in, Wide WHITE PILLOW COTTON, Heavy Weight. Usual Price 1/1% per yard, WEEK-END SPECIAL PRICE Il%jd. per yaift RED CHECK GLASS CLOTH (Towelling). Usual Price 8%d. per yard. WEEK-END SPECIAL PRICE, 6/11 per dozen yards. PURE WHITE IRISH DAMASK SERVIETTES. Usual Price 6/11 pe* dozen. WEEK END SPECIAL PRICE 5/6 per dozen. In a Better Quality. Usual Price 8/6 per dozen. WEEK-END SPECIAL PRICE, 6/11 per tiosen. ' ? ♦ */? ALSO REMNANTS AND ODMENTS AT HALF-PRICE....
WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 20 "re[?] of the Underworld" [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 February 1929
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20 'RenaBce of the IMdenworU' Ah unusual underworld story that is entirely different. Toe story of a pretty orphan gtrl of good parentage, drift&tf down into the underwork; the is befrie-jed by a detective and Started on ti - upward path to happi ness. How. after ststrtnur at the bottom of the ladder, she wins through to love and happiness forms A picture of surpassing interest and beauty. 'Ahsast Hmmr Rapid fire action, Brama, suspense, romance, comedy, novelty — all these elements are delightfully Mended in this absorbing story of a rich young man and the little waif be loved— a picture that win. hold you tense to the final fa«»«ut. A beautiful picture mealing the joys and tragedies of two dog*s— the loves; smiles and tears of their mas ters and mistresses — a life romance of wowjnous appeal, beauty and charm;