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Wind and Rain SOUTH COAST SWEPT FLOOD WATERS RISE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

Wind and Rain SOUTH COAST SWEPT ' FLOOD WATERS RISE Slrou/. Ka's-- Kcccmapnied oy h*;ivy _ rains have' been experienced all over the SoU'.n Oust, minor damage being done -n several pjuces. The Little Tallebudgera Creek fe in high fiood and I:rge nreaj of low lyiife land on '.he Nerang side' of the South Coast road have been inundated to a c.nsldeiatle depth. The main South Coast road near the new bridge is covered hy water for a distac. u c £ 12 or 15 yards. The Nerang Riven too. him burst its banks in several places, including Meyer's Ferry. Up till 9 o'clock 589 points had fallen at Southport. At 3 o'clock yesterday only 130 points were recorded, but from then on the rain and wind In creased in Intensity. At Upper Currumbin the registra tion was 10 Inches and 40 points for the 24 boon. Minor damage was caused to sheds and outhouses in several places. One house- on tbe Land's End side of 'Loder's Creek was unroofed. Heavy seas are tanninfc, and the watch lower 1 n »e Main Beach bei...

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

?ORNINB Let your sleep..- be neoestary and beautiful, not idle and «? peaWlva of time, beyood the aearfs and oonveateaoe* of natorei and sometimes be curious to see the preparation! which the tnn makes whea he b canting forth from his chambers of tha East. —Jeremy Taylor.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Road Roller for Nerang COUNCIL DECIDED ON PURCHASE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

Road Roller for Nerang COUNOIL DECIDES ON PURCHASE Holding that no plant & complete nor the work done isatlsfactoty with out an efficient roald roller. Engineer Peters has stnoifely urged the Nou-ang Shire Council to supplement tbe re cently acquired power roadmaldng plant with a power miller, and at Fri day's meeting the purchase was agreed to, but the decision was not unanimous. in w«w ****** reported on the matter submitted the following, supplementary report to the meetiifc on Saturday: — 'I visited Brisbane during tba month in connection with main road matter?,, and whilst there I made fur ther inquiries regarding rollers used by tbe Brisbane City Council .and the Main Roads Commission. I inspected a 7-8 ton Super Diesel rolles owned by the Oity Council which has been in constant use for the past six yean. Kerosene fuel was used,' and this did not exceed 1 tin per week and the lubricating oil. 1% pints per day. In discussing the matter with the driven who has been conti...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Meyer's Ferry Beach PROVIDING A WATER SUPPLY [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

Meyer's Ferry Beach PROVIDING A WATER SUPPLY 1 .The question of a water supply for Meyer's Ferry beach was again before the Nerang. Shire Council on Satur* 'day, when-it was stated that Scyith port aksq. asked to prprlde a supply* for one section of it, as j two pun|p3 were required, but so fa^as was 'knofon jvothing. in that direiUon wasiione ? -It 'was suggested that'-the . two councils thou id unite in provid inp one |good tttpply, but the reed, for two separate pumps was stressed^'and a motion was carried to ask South* pbrt to put down a pump tn its area and Nerantr would do the same ip .Its.' It was 0-}:ided to have the i«ir(«ps 4t ? Mlama ' and Burleigh Heads over hauled 'and put in order Before Easter.''-:

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

| terse Talk Anger is a short madness, — Horace. * ? » ? Apology is only egotism wrong side out.— O. W. Ho hncs. ? a a ? * Troubles fore-reckoned are doubly suffered. — Bovee. a m a A man may emile. and smile, and be a vfllian.— Shakespeare. a a a jtrcraiaciuie. — lusivncs in dibxuiuj and poems in stone. — Ouiia. ? a a Neither Irony or sarcasm Is argu ment. — Rufus Cboate. Yj '?-' ? ? a Art needs no spur beyortd itself. — Victor Hugo. a a a ',;- Aristodracy. — And lords whose par ents were the Lord krtows who! — De Foe. a a a He who boasts of his lineage boosts of that which does not pro perly belong to him. — Senece. a a ? Millions of spiritual creatures walk the eecth unseen, both when we sleep and when we wake. — Milton. e a a a It is one proof of a good education, and of true' refnement Jofr feeline to respect antiquity. — Mis. Sigourney. a ? a ' - Books are the beehivqs of thought; laconics the honey taken from thesis— James Ellis. m 9 m Proverbs are, for. the .most part, rales...

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

JL D. ANDREWS, Anctlenew Mi Camtlw kgnl. TAU.EBUDSCRA. Sal«3 be Id In any part of tbe District FARMS FOR SALE Writs for list to— £ D. ANDREWS. R. NcKENZlE BUILDER A CONTRACTOR, Estimates given for all Classes of work. REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. Local Agent for: — Tho Prudential Assurance Co.. of England ; C.CLM.. and Allsa Craig Marine Engines; Johnston ?Jut- board Motors: Address: — Brighten Parade, Sonthport. 'PHONE. 274. G. A. BELL. RACECOURSE. ROAD. SOUTHPORT. - - BUILDER & CONTRACTOR. , SHOP AND OFFICE FITTER. SHOW CASE SPECIALIST. Alteration. tux}_ Repair*. ESTIMATES GIVEN. Agent for S&A INSURANCE CO. ? THOME KZ. ? To make it Reallv Beautiful, ' Shingling most BE DONE BY * Experienced Operators. Mo on nowadays denlep tha bealthfulnes. and convenience of tha Shingle. ' Bqt do girl or lady wishee to' sacrifice *har halt1 Withodt ' the as surance that bar appearance sftaB at ' leaat loaa nothing lq[ the change, b cyjt Patrons of our Ladies' Salmon /tare proved oar asser...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Fruit Train Specials [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

Fruit Train Specials Fruit train. No. 8/29, run by the Committee of Direction oMVJlt, Mac ketiito to. clear Wallaagarra,' ,'cn Thunsday. Saturday and ftfcnday, for week ending February 25,' and by steamer,, with 757 tons, of which 387 tons w«|re for Melbourne, consisting of 8915 cascu bananas, 2696 cases pine apples, and 2 cases passion fruit. Sydney took 370 tore, consisting of 6232 cases bananas, 1694 cases pine apples, 1 case mangoes, 2380 cases tomatoes, 270 cases ctjgs, 27 cases cucumbers. 16 cases marroros, 36 cases p.ission f^ult, 178 cases apples, 17 cases grapes.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Anzac Day LEAGUE WANTS CLOSE HOLIDAY [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

Anzac Day LEAGUE WANTS CLOSE HOLIDAY The RJ&S.I.UA. wrote to the South port Ccuncl this week and asked for co-operate in having Anzac Day made as close a holiday as possible. Particulars were given of a new wreath which Is being manufactured and suggested orders. It was resolved, on a j ropocal by Aid. Andrews, seconded by Aid. Shil lito. to procune a wreath and have it placed on the monument.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Week-end Visitors ATTRACT BY ENTERTAINMENT [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

Week-end Visitors ATTRACT BY ENTERTAINMENT 'The only way to keep a censtdht flow of week-end visitors to the town,' remarket' Maj-dr Gricc at Tuesday's meeting of the Southport Council, 'Islby entertainment,'' and . the -suggestion was made that he be empo«end to call a meeting of the sportil^f bodies' of the town. /Mxoraingiy, Ala. anepnerd movea, and Aid. Proud seconded, that the Mayor be empowered to call a meet ing of interested bodies with a view to forming a week-end entertainment committee. Incidentally, the Mayor said that he had promised to denate a trophy to the value of £7/7/ to an outboard motor racing carnival

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

COOMERA SHIRE DEVIATION In the discussion at the last Coom - era Shine Council meeting, concerning a proposed road deviation from Mathewson's to Pettifer's, it would appear that Crs. Cursey and H. Bin stead supported a deviation through Binstead's property and Bignell's, whereas they favored a previous sur vey of Mr. . Muntz's through Otmoor

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Good-Bye George SEND-OFF TO MR. HOLT [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

' Good-Bye George. SEND-OFF TO. -MR.. HOLT Laqking neither -in warmth of fuel ing or heartiness of good-will, friends of Mr. George Holt gave him'a fitting send-off at tbe Grand Hotel on Tues day njght. ., , , . The farewell, which' t|tok 'the form of a dinner and presentation., was presided over by his - Worship the Mayor. Aid. J. Hendry Grlce. The hostess -of the Grand 'saw' to it that there was nothing wanting in the good things that makes for. man's con tent. and the company saw to it that the spirit of good cheer did not fall flati V .. The guest's health was toasted, and sentiments of good-will expressed. . The Mayor express ed. regret at the approaching departure. Hie town was sorry to lose h&a.aod.hn friends would miss him. Every man was fitted to his job,,and.O«orge was a good showman; not only that, but one of the best type. Helms' sure the company had made a mistake when' they allowed a man of his caliBre to leave tbem. Mr. In M. Nixon. Mr. M. J. Sullivan, and oth...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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BEAUTY RULES [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

j ? BEAU-TV. RULES . Any beauty specialist will tell you that there is ts much importance in the way her preparations are applied as in the creams and lotlona them selves '' . n' ' ? ? The golden (rule for. a great many is to apply these Bp and down, not across, wnnsies awwu ue kc11,j massaged up and 'down .the horizontal lines adtnss the forehead, or. round the moutb ? ? ? When giviife a special lotion or ap plying ointment to the scalp it should always be rubbed in up and down. lift the scrip up with the fingeirs and then push It down again, n n ? Try brushing your hair the wrong way, from the nape of the neck up wards with swift -short strokes, and many an unsuspected curl can be coaxed In. Especially sbouM chil dren's hair be Brushed this way to encourage It to curl naturally.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WHY GIGGLE AN ANNOYANCE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

WHY GI66LE AN ANNOYANCE Why do gills giggle? This is a question which would nonplus most of us, but the answer is simple. It Is because they have nothing to laugh about ! says a writer. One of the best cures for an attack of giggling is to give the delinquents something to to laugh st legitimately. A breezy, hiuiatms jest will work wonders, though of course this remedy is not always possible. ~ Children never Biggie during walks or outdocfci games. The fresh air blows away any tendency to it.. Better ventilation by opening a door or window will frequently pre-, vent or cure an attack indoors. Giggling Is not humor, but a bad habit. Its permanent cure can wity be brought about when tbe desire to overcome It Is evoked in the children themselves^ This can best be done by appealing in some way to their other desires.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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DO YOU HAVE MANNERISMS? [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

DO YOU HAVE MANNERISMS ? It ts really remarkablo'what a hold ' certain mannerisms can fcet on one. These, unless checked, can become veiY tiresome to other people, says a London writer. One perfectly harmless — Indeed, very chivalrous-Trelderly man I know is becoming a*iihan to be avoided in club life, in the drawing Voom, and ?il (117 oirwt lucicijr ucwuum ui mv constant repetition of, 'I-mean-to- say, y'know, ylcnow!' with which he interlards every reraaric. It is pure habit, and apparently he has become so used to it that he does not notice it hinsseU. A doctor friend of mfae occasion ally invites me to dine with him and his charming wife., I try to keep my eyes off him, as he insfets on holding his knife in-a. manner horribly reminis cent ou a scalpel There are lots of similar little manneHsms which all of us recognise in our friends. Surely it is an cxcel- - lent thfrfe to look at home, too, and to ask oogrtlvil*, ''Do I oo funny thing* lib that? Am I getting so ret in mv ways ...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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MINCEMEAT [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

MINCEMEAT . Required: )$lb. each of raisins, suUanaar etui an)« ?gppiafgnd sggt.' 4oz. each of cariied_Jcitl9%-.dl«figQ~ and~lemon '.peel. 6o& of almonds. 1 dgssettsmcstM of tr-hod ^pft^ -lib. of sugA'All MateJjind siid: strained juicerf gjUH^s. 2 -iyiful .of Clean the camata and sultanse, stone tbe xalsins, peel, core and slice the apples, and crng them with the raisens and sultanas. Blanch aad chop tha almonds, ahred the suet. Re move the hand sugar from' the candied peel and shred the peel finely. Sprinkle the spice over tha fruit and ? mix all the dry ingredients very well. All the? lemon juieA and' brandy and mix again. If too dry add another ((lass of brandy or a glass of rum. Cover arid leave for 24 houiis, then mix again, put into jam and cover like jam.

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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DON'TS FOR BATHERS KEEP COOL IN DANGER [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

DONTS FOR BATHERS KEEP COOL IN DANGER Always bear in mind safety first. . e. .a a Don't remain in wet costume after Ieaviiur the water. ? ? - ? . ? . Don't struggle with the persop at- { terapt'iofe -the -rescue: 5 '? Don't bathe if subjeOf fo 'gWdlrieSSr or faintness, or shortly after a heavy .meal.. ? ~i ? ' ' ? Don't be foolhardy, but keCH— gether,' thus avoidlrh; possible fatali- ? ties. ? a . ? Don't bathe In secluded spots by j ? yourself,' or near neks, or .where j qulcksands ettat. ? ' ? ? ? ? Bathers who heed these ''don'ta* ' will bdp (greatly to minimise accid ents doting the holidays. - n Don't loose foothold, rf tho sea be ^ rough, keep close to isbore, especially .in. inexperienced in surf bathing. , ? . ? .a e i In case of accident, remain cool and collected, and avoid hampering in any ' way the work or the life savers. Don't enter the water when feeling ' cold, or remain in the water when the hands and feet become numbed, j Cramp wll thus be avoided. e . ? ? a Don't ...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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THE TRUTH ABOUT FUSS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

THE TRUTH ABOUT FUSS (By Elisor' fllye) What is the trnth about Fuss ? Fuss is permitting outside -end often irrelevant thingfc to disintegrate the matter in hand. . People who fuss are never well aervssh They may be bl atantly obeyed because they have created such a feeling of unease and discomfort in the minds of those they are commanding that they would do anything far peace, but the service is perf craned without any desire to please, and tbe psychological reaction oi omurneo currents is always ae s tractive. There are men wbo fuss in their offices sad get their clerks and secre taries into such a state of nerves that nothing is really well done. There one women who fuss ia their homes aad tyuiisb all happiness. No one loves or .even likes a fnsser. The fusser.who possesses strong magnetic sex attraction will find slaves to bestir themselves to carry out even the most incoherent hi us te rings, and wiQ seem WWIir out fdr 'a period. But such people who send out disin tegrating cu...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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PREVENTING SUNBURN A LITTLE CARE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

PREVENT1NQ SUNBURN A LITTLE OARE It is easier to prevent than to cure sunburn, says a specialist. The skin can. of cocfcve, be bleached by using Stronf lotions. But that method is not to be xecoomended. - Tbe skin nsist be protected before ' going out into the son. That is done by using a lotion which learns behiiftl a sediment or film to break the force of tbe sun's ray*. For the face' the best lotion Is one with a powdef aedl manf mi) 4k* llmtL) **9 wkhiiiu bar. First apply a small amount of foun dation cceam on -ths none, which re ceives more direct rays from the sun than any othefc- part of the face, and burns accordingly. Then use the' lotion and powder, over that. If the skin is dry, a tood feeding creitoi should lie used after cleaning the face in the evenfag. But with the exception of a foundation cream which is specially piep^ed without oil or fat, cream should n eves Be tried before going out fato tbe sun. The neck and arms can be kept ?white during the summer by the same ...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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MOTHER [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

?OTHER Wltem Cod thought of aether be mast have laughed with satisfac tion, aad fnmed It quickly, — so rich, so desivso divlae, se fall ef soul, power, aad beaetr, was the concept lev. — Henry Wand Beecher.

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

Study Your Reading GET IT FROM A GOOD LIBRARY We have just got in 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 NERANG STREET. ? f\ WHEN Winter Winds New bUak f w.'X~' woods' ? ^^jCa/e Ercelsior, Nerang Street, SOUTH _ (§ inq is our Hobbijl IB ['hat's IDhij Ii Paiji II To Bui] Herel IB We art tailors bccaust «? enjoy Bi making good clothes. j| Our aim is to supply superior tailor- IB ing at moderate prices. 18 You *5ill find that our range of suit- IB ings cannot tie bettered for qualitf II and exdusiveness, and our tailoring II methods ensure a perfect fitting and II . long wearing suit . m Hie prices are mast moderate. B Call in any time Jou like—' W» shall II — be pleased to see yeu. II W. W. OLNEY I'ZZr''* D Phone 75 . Nerang Street, SOUTHPORT H Can an Australian Tell a Love Story? Beraand Creak's faaeinatlng Aastra liau Story ? 'BRACKEN' is now bang published as ...

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