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A THOUGHT FOR EACH DAY. Sunday [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

A THOUGHT FOR EACH DAY. Sunday Blessed are they who expect, they get their reward in advance. Monday It's a weary world, but there aire chairs in it. Tuesday Never bear more than one ldnd of trouble at a time. Some people beat- three — all they have now, all they ever had, and all they expect to have. Wednesday If you have built castles in the air that is dhSre they shcnld be now put foundations under tbem. Thursday Pay all your dettg but one, and ~that one never— a grudge. Friday The failures of hnmanity are the people who were too proud or too Bhy to admit that they did not iknow; so nobody told them. Saturday ' God gives us a pencil for tbe Book of life, but He alone holds the erase*. Slipping Mats. — To keep your door mats from slipping about, old small curtain-rings can be made useful by sewing them on the backs of jour door-mats, one on each corner. Small cerpet pins should then be put on each side of the door to fasten them to. This prevents the mats from slipping on polished...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Things Worth Knowing [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

Things Worth Knowing Crasi it PEaclos. — Milk 4 o-' lemon juice 1 ounce; spirit of wine 2 drachns; Sinner slowly. Used for sunburn or freckles. . ? ? ? Bear's Grease. — Cotton-seed oil 15 galkurs, oil of fennel 3 ounces, oil of lavender 2 ounces, oil of citronella 3 ounce:, oil of cloves 3 ounces. . ? ? ? Baltfaess, For. — Boil pound green Southern wood in IS pints sweet oil. add M pint port wine; strain throi-gh a fine linen bag 3 ttpuS, each time adding fresh South ern wood; then add 2 ounces bear's grease and replace near the fire in a covered vessel unto the bear's grease is dissolved; mix and bottle close. ? a a Pimples, To Reraovfe — (1) Barley meal 1 ounce, powdered bitter al raonld* 1 ounce, honey -*& to make a smooth paste. (2) White vinegar 4 ounces, sulphur water 2 -~nnces. acetated liquor of ammonia % ounce, liquor or potassa 2 feral ns, distilled water 4 oun»es: mix, and apply twice a day. '-3) Beat a quantity of hou« - leek; m a marble mortaK squeeze out the ju...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Social News [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

Social News Tbe drawing-room at Lugnaqullla was decorated with pink and white liliea for a morning tea arnaifeed by Mrs. Jack Chandlet' on Monday roorn ?ng. Mrs. Mortimer Otark entertained a nturibar af guests at mornlqg tea at the Daf fod* C*fe last Saturday. The tiecoMtloM mil move aster* in tall crystal vrisea. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mort (Franklyn iVale) are itnlqi at Oielmafood. ? Mr. and Mra. F. Andrews have taken Pes«e for a year. Miss Fay Stirling (Brfebene) was tbe tsnt of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Trpy ahn for a few dalys. MA a Bolton, who spent « few toys in Brisbane, has returned to Southport. Mr. arid Mi*. JL B S. Barnes {Can ning Downs) are at the Pacific, Hotel. Dr. and Mra. E. D. Ahem (Bris bane) spent a few Idsys at the Pacific Bont Mrs. Arthur Clark is spending a holiday at Southport. Mrs. Thompson arrived on Sunaay, and to the guest of Mr. and Mrs. K. B Fraser. at Berblcet Mr. and Mrs. L. Barigess left on Sunday for the Northern Rivers, where they intend spending a week. Mrs...

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Terse Talk [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

Terse Talk Anger h practical awkwardness. — Colton. A dinner lubricates business.— Lord S to well. ? ? ? ? By blood a king, in heart a clown. —Tennyson. ? ? ? ? The perfection of art is to conceal art. — Quintilian. Temperate anger well becomes the wisa — Philemon. ? ? ? ? Let argument bear no unmusical sound. — Ben Jonsoiv ? ? ? ? Nothing is so good as it seem be forehand. — George Eliot. . ? 9 ? ? ? Soma '1 by ancestry are only the shadow of a mighty name. — Lucan. ? ? « ? Quotations are best brought in to confirm some opinion controverted. — Swift. ? ? ? ? The applause of a single human being la of great consequence. — John- son. ? ? ? ? No man ever thought' too highly of his nature or too meanly of himself. — Young. ? ? ? ? An epigram often, flashes light into regions where reason shines but dimly. — Whipple. ? ? ? ? There Is in us more of the appear ance of sense and virtue than of the reality. — Marguerite de Valols. ? ? ? m She's adorned Amply, that in hdr husband's eye looks...

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READING FOR CHILDREN MOTHER BESSIE SHUTS HER EYES [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

READING FOR CHILDREN MOTHER BESSIE SHUTS HER EYES ('My Mguine') The mother of Timothy and Vera lucktid tbem tightly up in bed till the clpthes felt like tie (ides of a nest against their warm bodies; and then she went downstairs and took Dp ber sewing. She seated herself by the fender sad Scfltamouche, the dqg, curladbim self up at her feet. Outside a breeze turned scsners suits across the gardes, shaking the leaves and tapping 'a piece of creeper against tbe window of the tittle, lire bright sittlngiooro. The seam that their root her waa sewine was a long one, and every now and t'f the half worn out material went f lut-rip! anl ten into little boles, which had to be darned before tthe seam coutd be continued. It was evidently an old, pastmeoningto most-people sheet that she was stitch^ ing; but Mother Bessie never thought anything past mending till it was .11 I ri ? MABila «Van mafATIal MIUUBh UW1V UI6UW IUM4 HMOU'W* Daddy was far away .looking fdr -work; and when be had found it, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

C. G. Belford The New Small Goodsman SCARBOROUGH ST„ SOUTHPORT I DELIVER DAILY. Forwaitf Your Address and I will deliver. ?PHONE 483. . Study Your Reading GET II FROM A GOOD LjBRARY We have just got tn a New Stock of ahe latest favorites and beat sellers. DROP-IN AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES ALL NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS. J. F. GAVEN, BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, NEWSAGENT NERANQ STREET. SOUTHPORT ? [j| Tea am bt tur* th* /i /J-K,/ M i u M'- ' * mm»tfpite* jfcj gSgVjBl U| ? wJ'I /no / A \\ '*f J™*** toodntu \1 1 Cm when ordmdfrom UI. Ijf '-K-T P X / t^'rWh ? V' ' ' *'r fp*ri*ne* /flgnYmifcah 2 y f r ' 7 ' wAicA makti for ptr- , , -»a S B tmttfutly d*teraltd and tarry many ^-^CSCg^-=S 9 tymbolt of Good tuck and happiiutn. 8| 8 dtl OKI *m4 mil fries*. Wtddimg Tv*m i+lrtd hr. IWCM £ I W. A. WOODS SOUTH SPORT 9 ft EXCELSIOR CAFE Pfione 8 ? finq is our Hobbijl H Chat's Uttu] It Paqs II fo Bui] Herel . II We era tailors bccauM wa anj'07 BB making good dotKcs. || Our aim is to supply superior tailor-...

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NEXT TUESDAY "The Ring" [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

NEXT TUESDAY «The Rl«S' '?The Ring*' depicts the eternal triangle — the love of two men for one woman. One a boxer with a travel line show, fight ln~ to win the girl h* loved; the' other, heavyweight champion of Australia. The story tells how 'One-round'. Jack Sander fights his way to the ' realms of society, where his wife is fascinated by the gav lights, and the company of the Australian crampksn. Jealousy of the champion leads Jack to take on fight after fight In orlder that hs may meet him in the rirjg. How, at the beginning of the story, the young wife hopes for her husband's defeat, and how later she urges h|m to win, made the most gripping dimax to ErRland's first bid for supremacy in motion -picture production. 'Wait* and See' From beginning to end, ''Wait and See' fs just one duckle after another. It is like nothing that has ever been Hone before., and the comedian, who, besides starting, was resportstble for the story and direction, has a distinc tive personality and style...

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Pier Pavilion THIS SATURDAY Marion Davies in "The Patty" [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

Pier Pavilion THIS SATURDAY Marion Davies in 'The Patsy' 'The PatHy' Is a rollicking comedy of domestic life— the cleverest thing of its scfc* ever screened — chocked full of hunan Intel est, laughs galore, and a real arid human love story. Don't miss this ooet Mian Davies plays the role of a bashful flapper who tries despera e-y to attract mora attention from the man she loves— bat who uoesnt mow she exists. How she studies 'person- ality' coanes to enhance her chances of winning admiration, how she struggles to achieve 'poise and pol ish' are the cause of gales of iaughtwr In tUs new and romantic comedy. ?HBAag far FaiW The famous Hoot G Bison, 'ace' of Western staic, is cast in a new role in this exctiing photodraraa of the (great Open spaces. As the , scrappy, hard-riding hitro of the picture. Hoot uncovers his unexcelled horsemanship, his histrionic talents and a line of comedy portrayal that will endear hfcm to the heairts of movie-goers who like lots of laughs with their tear...

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Culled Verse THE WAITING [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

Culled Verse THE WAITING We are waiting for to-morrow, but tomorrow never comes. Though we hear its munching foot steps and a Bound of beating drums, All our yestendays are heavy with tbe dreams that came to nought. Add tbe scars are otfns in plenty of tbe battles that we fought. We are waiting tor to-morrow, witK it* hopes tnat call and call; But tbe day is lotfe and weary, and our backs are at the wall. There are splendid things before us, there are drealdfui things behind; Yet the world is slow in moving1, and tbe paths of men are blind. We are waiting for tcwnorrow. Will tbe sunrise roako as wise To false lights that seem to beckon, turn the truth we hold to liest No; we know the fairer promise of the future camot fail. Though our. eyes bqgln to weaken and the start at night look pale. We are waiting for to-roorrow, and we find the waiting long; Though omr comrades' voices cheer us, and we lift our full-voiced song. But we hear the loud drums beating far and far along tbe way — ...

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MULGA MAXIMS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

MULGA MAXIMS If the cattle pup's careless at heeling, get him kicked if you possibly An occasional heels-over -header is good for a dog and a man. If there's doubt of -the breed of the yearlir|?, put the circle-ond-bar on his rump, For the man that ''has' others is clever, but the man that is 'had' is a chump. If he bucks with the tackling, get on him and ride him — there's nothing to fear; But beware of the colt who will watch you and stand when you've -buckled the gear. A leader's a good thing to follow in scrub or in life, I allow. But den't come too closely behind him — You might get tbe swing of a bodgh. ^ When long-tails get goii.^ in timber. when wives let their tongues out cf slip. Don't harass yourself or a goo] horse, but fill up your pipe let 'ens rip! If the sheep-pup cuts in on wethers and splits them, be kind to him, please ; We, too. have Iron riot as youngsters, and scattered our charge to the breeze. Hurry home when the revel is over; when it's cold and the moon's g...

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Regnant Theatre SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23 "The Private Life of Helen of Troy" [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

Regnant Theatre SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23 'The Private Life of Helen of Troy' You couldn't keep a gal like Helen under cover ! She burned right through the pages of P*of. Er-skine's hilarious expose and landed right on . the sct-een t Now you can see her — and her boy friends — their revels and their raillery suitooundad by gorgeous p^fceants featuring the loveliness of w onen. Those days when Helen loved and loved are on the screen at last. Thev make the Jazz-ace look like slow music ! When Helen went for a joy-ride they sent a thousand ships to bring her batfei Her love affairs hare been secrets for 2.700 years ! Now you can see them an in First National's suftirsing screen version of he amazing popular novel that lad all America peeping through the key-hole of the past to get the low down on the first flapper wife! 'You Can't Beat the Law' A) drama of the underwektd. 'You Can't Beat the. Law,' was written by the famous dramatist, H. H. Van Loan, and with a cast beaded by Lila Lee, Co...

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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27 "The Big Hop" [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

WELMt'riUA*. FLBRC/AKY 27 '?The Big Hop' He tried .-.nd failed! But how he failed; See 'The 13U Hop' nnd find out whit !« means to jet n-illy ex cited. Tho I'reatisl adventure star In his greatest piiture.with a 'uperb i«st, headed bv beautiful Ji'byna Ralston, more loviey than ever. He lc«t Cverythnj: in 'The Big Hop' — his girl, his heritage — all bub his life. If you want to know how to lose, fee Buck Jcr.cs in the most distinguished production cf hia career **i WIH Repay'' A stupendous production with Holmes Herbert paying the part of 'The Scarlet Pimpernel.' A dramatic story of the Fren;h Revolution and the reign of Terror, it is adapted from Baroness Orciy's famous book of the same name. Rapid dctiou, tense drama, thrilling situations; a picture for the whole family.

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In Passing [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

In Passing ll will make EnglaLd j musical country. — Miss Ursula Greville-. ? * ? Peace is just a question of educa tion first and last. — Dr. Cyril Nor wood. We pedestrians spend neatly the whole of our time jumping out of the way of motor cars. — Mr. Bingley. ? ? ? If disestablishment and disendow ment come, tthey will signalise a humiliating failure in political good Sense. — Dean IrtgeL The lead soldier in all his glory does not tell the child all the truth; it tells nothi.ig of tbe horrors of war. — M '. W. a Pierce. ? ? ? There is a fallacy in the assump tion that the more a man reads the more r.early he approaches to the truth. — H. A. L. Fisher,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

R. McKENZIE ? BUILDER & CONTRACTOR, Estimates given for all Classes of work. REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. Local Agent for: — The Prudential Assurance. Co.. of . England; C.C.M. and Allsa Craig Marine Engines'; Johnston Out board Motors. Address:— Brighton Parade, Southport. . THONE. 274, . J. D. ANDREWS, Anotioaeer aad CanmnsSon Agent, TALLEBUDGERA. Sales held in any part of tbe District. FARMS FOR SALE Write for list to— J. D. ANDREWS. WHEN YOU WANT— JEWELLERY or GIFT GOODS It's not bargains you are aftef but GOOD VALUE from an honest trader You get that when you Buy from V. R. Birkbeck The Man Whose Reputation stands behind his saUts, Nerang Street, Southport 'Phone 117. P.O. Box 15. Whittle Bros.] (L.ate A.I.F.) THE RELIABLE GROCERS Esplanade Store, Southport We THANK Customers for their valued patronage during tbe past year, which to us bas been one of pitogyess. We trust that we have merited their good-will, and will aim to give them even better service . In the futui*. In than...

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WOMEN'S SECTION WHAT IS HAPPINESS ITS IMPORTANCE TO LIFE (B Edna Graham Macky) [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

I WOMEN'S SECTION § WHAT IS HAPPINESS ITS IMPORTANCE TO LIFE (B Edna Graham Madky) 'A Happy New Yean!' we Bay to each other -with a. laudable attempt at ? sincerity. ''May Happiness be yours !' -we toast oar. fKends, flatter ing ourselves that we have put tbe proper tone of enthusiasm into oui» voices. The .word 'happineA' strikes a ftwfuent note In oar. ordinary speech these days, and falls pleasantly up ; on our ears like tbe tinlde of a sweet bell. Yet I wonder if any of as [ ' realises the signtffcance of this ex ? ? pression which we have bandied about so freely of late. 'What is happi f n«s 7' I asked of several acqaulnt ; ances whom I met, and their, answers' f were inevitably tinged with peseto i ism. ____ 'Happiness is the ipot of gold at the end of the rainbow,' said one. 'The will o' the wisp that flits across the Marsh of Existence,' said i , another. 'The bright blue bird that pefncheb on the topmost branch of the tree of life,' replied a third, and so on, through a lis...

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CARROT CREAM. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

CARROT CREAM. One tableapoonful of chopped cook ed carrot, one gill of white sauce (%oz. flour, %oz. batter, one gill liquid), Muke a white sauce. in a double saucepan, using one table spoonful of carrot water (a larger quantity would make it too sweet). Put the finely chopped carrot into the sauce, and let It simmer for at least half an hour. Season with pep per and salt, using plenty of salt to take sweet flavor. Stir in a tableSpolRftfl of cream if liked.

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TO KEEP YOUTHFUL [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

TO KEEP YOUTHFUL Keep busy and you'll keep young. ' This is the stock advice of an eld * erly woman I know. She is full of life. She looks quite ten years younger' than aha neatly fe Bays B writer. I wouldn't like to say that vhe has no acquaintance with some' simple aids to beauty. A visit to herbath tooro showed me that she would not be- 'bo foolish as to neglect the cbama that Nature has given her. ' But her good looks are not merely skbvand-beaaty-apocialist deep. v ? ' £ he has character. NOW a face without character Is * like a made. One Isoon gets tired of looking at it. ? To get character you must do thh; You must wortt and you must play. , Relaxation arid jest have their places, Jfat It is an interest in many things that will give yon a broader otulook on life. An' idle mind win leave its mark on the most beautiful face. Sometimes I think enthusiasm will do more to beautifythe features than hours spent with creams and lotions. Haven't you noticed how eyes will brighten and ...

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NEW WORK FOR YOUR NEEDLE CHARMING NEW FANCY [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

NEW WORK FOR YOUR NEEDLE CHARMING NEW FANCY Here is a chaxminfc new fancy needlework to take in hand — the em broidering in floss of silhouettes on white linen, silk, or satin. Among old-world designs for sil houettes whether figures, heads, or borders, there is an endless variety from which , to choose. In our'ovrn OP the homes of our. friends they ore there for the seeking,' or they may be found in fancy needlework papers. In Paris this dainty handiwork is most -popuIsA' While the tiamana emfakoider their silhouettes jo run ning hack, or satin stitch; theix little -ferla are happily doiqg them in cross stitch. For a sitttajj-room or den a sil houette, {nuned with « narrow black border, makes an ideal decoration. The frame— black, of com »n may be oval, long, or square, as suits the particu lar silhouette for which it is chosen. Supposing that there fa a figurs in tbe centre; it may have a 'border round it' of delicate stltchery. It is quite easy to copy any old sil houette — the p...

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"DRINK MORE MILK" [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 February 1929

'DRINK MORE MILK' Professor V. H. Mottram, of King's College for Women, London, at the 'annual conference of the Institute of Industrial Welfare Worker, in Man ? chesteK lately, «gave a lecture on ''Diet in Relation to Industrial Welfare.' ' He stated that in the United States of America methods had been adopted to tiy to persuade people 'to accept a reasonable diet. Diet cards were printed on which were the words 'Hang me in the kitchen.' He sug gested that some such rule might be adopted by welfare workers. As a sample card, Profeescr Mottram lead the following rules on the selection of food; — 3. Take at least half-a-pfnt of milk a day. 2. Take some wholemeal bread, or whole cereal three times a weefc 3. Take one vegetable, other than potatoes, once a day. . 4. Take daily some .flaw salad — to- matoes, celery, or, lettuce. Or per haps an orar|ge. 5. Take sweet things in modera tion at the beginning of a meat 6. Utee moderation in sweets, fats, and meat. . As a seventh rule he sug...

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AUTOMOBILE DESIGN FANTASTIC FORECASTS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

AUTOMOBILE DESI6N FANTASTIC FORECASTS During the past year there have been many announcements of auto mobile marvels for 1929, describing — with a lack of detail — a car with no igeaqj, a car with no dutch, and other inventions. The Implreasion left on a great many minds must be that we are on the eve of complete revolution in motor car manufacture, which, in turn, le.vfe to a certain hesitation before purchasing any cars of nounal types. A complete «'re voliltiorf ' fn motor cars has been an nounced time after time, and there is nothing easier than to take seme re latively new device which mav bo both curious and plnomislng, and pro claim the millennium. But whenever this happens it Is curious that sener a'lv the ultimate result falls far jhoit of expectations; and when the excite ment has died down the big fives are still manufacturing tbe same cans; the immense revolution prophesied has ended, like many prophecies, in smoke. If one thing is more certain then another, it is that c...

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