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Our Babies FORMING A CHARACTER [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

Our Babies . (Issued by the Queensland Baby Clinics). FORMING A CHARACTER Though written a good many years afgo now* tha following quotation from Sir Truby Kings book for mothers, 'Feeding and Care of Baby,' needs no introduction or qualification. In one's experience amongst mothers and children one so frequently sees instances of failure on the pwt of . parentis to fjresp 'the iplaim meaning of tbe wodd 'spoiled'' in relation to their children -that one. Is moved to bring forward qgain tuese wise wtfu*. upon the subject : — — ? Obedience in Infancy.—1 'Obedience in infancy is the fouiilation of all later comes of -*U control; yet It is tha one thing the young mother nowadays is most inclined to neglect. Instead of fcently,' wisely, and firmly (regulating her baby's habits and coir duct's, she tends to allow him to have his own wit end to rule ber and the whole horaehold. Not so the wifeer so-called 'lower animals.' The doe aqi the cat oaerfuUy train their pro geny in necessty habit...

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

C. G. Belford The New Small Goodsman SCARBOROUGH ST., SOUTHPORT I DELIVER DAILY. Forward Your Address and I will deliver. 'PHOXF. -G3.

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

WHEN YOU WANT— - jewellerV or 'GIFT GOODS It's not bargains you are aftef but GOOD VALUE from an honest trader , - I J. '! . I ' Yon get that when : you Bay from,.' / ? V. R. Birkbeck Tbe Man Whose Reputation staodj behind Us sake, Nerang Street, Southport Vhaae 117. P.O^Box IS. ? 'f HMilru. __ ' (Late A.LF.) THE reliable qrocers Esplanade Store, Southport We THANK Coitomea for their valued pat toatge during the past year, which to us has been one of priogiesa. We trust that we have merited their good-win, and will aim to give them even better. service In tbe future. In thanking them for past support we extend to tbem all Good Wishes for the New Year. Two Stores at your service Esplanade and North St Those 223. ? ? ? ? ? I Good News for ' | Tennis Players j No need to send your Racquets to Brisbane f to be restrung. You can have them done here in Southport by competent workmen j Full Re-stringing front 12s 6d to j 35s. Single Strings 9d each. When you want a Racquet, call and sample...

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

Social News Mm. Howard Spenceley and family, Svbo have been spendiqe six rcontns at the Grand Hotel, left for Brisbane, where she win stay at the Hotel Cecil until Friday. Mrs. Spew*1'* will then leave by the Northern mail for Llanrbrtdol, Wlnton. Mrs. Charles Gall la the guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. Blmfrlork, at Bronte, Kueen-street. , ? . Mrs. VT. Ptrase. Who ba* been the gaest of Mr. and Mrs. Western Walsh, at Wanabey, has now gone on to Brlsbana.' ' Miss L. Dight, who has been the sunt of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Hewsoo for several weeiks. has returned to Brltbrw M*. RL Swoid to the (guest of Mr. and Mrs. Western Walsh at Warrabey. Miss Joyce Overell, who has been the guest of Mr. aad Mm. TI R Hall, at Nlarida. for a few days has re turned to Clajfidd. Tbe Bungalow, the residence of Mr*. P. W, ICstnp, was artUtfcallr de corated with pais piak mauve stream eta, balloons, and nlhlsrns, when she and Mrs. Jock Carson gave an enjoy able children's party on Friday after noon. Afternoon tea ww ...

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THE VALUE OF NUTS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

TME VALUE OP NUTS Nats are a gteat aasstance to tbe forces of nature id Imparting nutrlr ment. Thar prodaec heat and' fotm flesh. Thev take, the place of meat aqd em sobject tb no adulterations. See that your children eat them in plenty.

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A SERIOUS PROBLEM. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

A SERIOUS PROBLEM. Caset: 'Poor McCarthy! Bfct it do be, and ye oughtn't b« givin' 'rm beer iattto back yard, ' ti* my opinio*, mt*d ye.' Donovan : 'But the doctor btvaxt told Mn. McCarthy thal he mutt tale* *me rnddocr Ttcrtaiion, and i ohat ow ftcNatfim It there poor McCarthy can taker . (Published by fcxrsngVBeat wttfc tb* '^0 T&*T .BoWtn.') \

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Lost Chances P.M. GIVES COUNCIL A TIP MOTOR BEACHES SOURCE OF REVENUE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

Lost Chances P.M. GIVES COUNCIL A TIP MOTOR BREACHES SOURCE~OF REVENUE If the SoUtliport ^Joilfoll . takes . the Up givea tbem yesteriay by Acting PJL Leahey, they. will be tble ta fiiu! money for* all' sorts af schemes or reduce the' rales If they cara- ta take proceediags ?gainst offenders for breaebes of tha Traffia Act. Accaildtng to a statement made the ' amount Involved is not a trifling one, but there Is big money awaiting col lection if the council will only stop talking and take action. ' ' Mr. H. N. Townley. who was plead ing for a defendant ea&ht'drivuig without lights at night and had caused aa accident, aatd there was thousands of such cases going heg fetne In Southport and no notice taken of them. So far as he knew this waa the first case of the kirid (and It had been brought by the police). Mr. Leahy remarked that /if such -was the' case it was a wonder the Council did not see fit to teke action that they should lese each a good chance to get aewene. . . The m...

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Meant for Drunks RUM PUT DOWN THE SINK HOTELKEEPER FINED [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

Meant for Drunks RUM PUT DOWN THE SINK H0TELKEEPER FINED The plea that adulterated rum was sistaat for drunks did act cat amy Ice with acting TM. Hit X i. - Larfsy, at tbe Soathpart Pcliaa v Court ym^rday..wlyUFbreace ? Cecil, liatMwa.- flkiteo* Hotel, was fM for baviag 1* MtmiMt for sale ram that was - JOT. u «. laiu. inspcciur oi wc ..Health . Department prosecuted, and Mr. K. BL PH$e. appeared for the Ue rfendsj)t. _ : Infold** Mr. SCato -tst»l.fVm was fodnd .to contiln*4X itf ' -0tnt. - added wm-WwhilecinNrf steedLisim waa contained In a proprietary bottle and* was ' foand to contain 16.7 pen ' ceat, wstefa ' In daferjco. Mr. PMce said that h's - client had 'told him that the Mdulter- i atedmm.was only kept for sale when people got too strongly under the In fluence of liquor. The P.M. remarked that.it would be better to send the people away than to commit a breach of the* Act.' Mr.- Cato stated .that aU.tb* rum was. found to be adulterated, aq& ^he In the ftrst ease *? f...

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Month's Leave GOD-SPEED TO ALD. SHEPHERD [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

Month's Leave GOD-SPEED TO ALP. SHEPHERD When Aid. Shepherd asked for a . month's leave of absence at the Southport Town Council on Tuesday he was wished God-speed. Aid. Shepherd informed his collea gues that he was going to South Aucs tfelln f a I*v4 1. u— 4 V a knowledge of the manner in which they carried out their beach improve ments '.hat might be applied to Southport. In toasting success to Mr. Shep herd's mission, the Mayor sad that his experience in the garden city may be of preat advantage to Soulhport. Aid. Andrews supported the Mayor's remarks, and spoke of Mr. Shepherds « :rth as an alderman

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

COOMERA SHIRE COUNCIL TENDERS FOR GRAVELLING TENDERS are hereby invited far 4ix (6) chains of Gravelling; In FoN tune-street. Lower Coomera. Tenders, which mast be on the ?Council's tender form and accompan ied hy a preltoolnary deposit. of two and a half per cent. (2H) of the .amount of tendef, close with the ?undersigjidd at 9 aun. on the 19th proximo. ? ? . - F. WUTH, Shire Clsik. Shire Hall, Coomera, February 19. 1929. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF QUEENSLAND. -0- In the WILL of ALICE.-.. MABEL ^ formerly of North Syd ney, in the State of New Sonth Wales, bat late of . Qaeen-stteet, Southport, In the State of Queen land, wife of John Daveney Steele, of the same place, Retired Sur veyor, deceased. NOTICE U hereby given that, after 'that the expiration ul fourteen days 'from the date of the publication, hereof, applicaton win be made to -this Honourable Court that PROBATE . -of the WILL of the sbovenamed Alice Mabel Steele, deceased, mav be ?granted to DAVID LYNTON WIL LIAMS. of Chants ...

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

Ih ♦ School has begun and NOW is -. the time for Nursery Hair Lotion Which is recomended as a convenient Lotion far destroying some of the parasites which infect the hair. Mothers!' Protect your children's heads and keep them clean. Procure now from — W. E. Martin, Ph.c. Dispensing Chemist Opp. POST OFFICE SOUTHPORT AGENT FOR GOLDEN CASKET ART UNION ? ► ' t i . t ? ? ♦ A Perfected Toning - System THE 'Toning: System'* is a vital point to consider when baying a piano.- In alt pianos, other than the 'Beale,'. wooden - wrest-planks are used. The 'Beale' is the only successful all-metal tuning. ; ; system ever evolved. Being of iron, the wrest- ; ; plank' cannot split, warp or shrink like a wooden wrest-plank. ' When once tha Brnle Piano is to tone, nothing but the stretching of string* can cause the instrument to go out of tune. The 'Beale offers . better value because it is of Australian Manufacture. For a full account of the many great advantages of the 'Beale' all Iron Tuning System...

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WOMEN'S SECTION THE EVE OF ST. AGNES A FORGOTTEN FESTIVAL [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

J 1 WOMEN'S SECTION j j THE EVE OF ST. ASNES j A FORCXTCTENFESTIVAL I (Bv Kathertne Cart) i j On January 21 feU the anniversary ; 1 ot the festival of St. Agnes, who .was i ' . one of the earliest Christian ; ! martyrs. A Roman iratd in the ; dread days when Bone was ruled by the Emperor Diocletian, St. ' Agnes ! was martyred at tbe stake In conse ' ! quence of her refusal to many the i heathen son of the praafect Sempron { -ti« Wh*n tluk flunM lMnt (mm . j her fai- tody, leaving her unscathed, ? ( V her heed' was struck off with a sword. , | but as her honor had be?n vindicated f she became the patron saint of vir- ?.! gins, and is represented in art with j a palm branch in her hand and a lamb ? at her feet. j Out of the fcfeend of the nnrtyr&u ' - of St. Agnes came the belief in b«r i benevolence to maidens of pure heart j and tales of the woOdftus dreams and I visions that her spirit might conjure i for tbem on the eve of St. Agnes, j Bat saints' SKe going oat of fashion....

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CURRANT AND RICE FRITTERS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

CURRANT AND RICE FRITTERS Half capful of mttk, 2 eggs, 2 table rroonfuls currants. 1 tahlespoonful flour, 2 tablespoonsfuls boiled rice, sugar and nutmeg. Mix flour smooth ?with milk, add other ingredients, and then the well-whipped eggs. Rry in boning la'A

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CHILD NATURE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

CHILD NATURE Bring together all the chiMrto of the universe, yon will see no thing in them, bat Innocence, gentleness and f«V| were they bora wicked, spiteful, and crust, some tlgas of It. weald come front (ncm| as little snakes strive to bite, and little - tigers to tear. Bat aature hawing been as spar ing of offensive weapoas to man as to plgtoos aad rabbits, t c-n- aet have given them an nstlnct to msrhtef aad . dcstrnction. — Vol- ? tabn. . ..

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THE GOLDEN HEART [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

THE GOLDEN HEART A naughty little elf man. Upon a summer's day, Met a fairy lady. And stole her heart away. Ha chuckled, quite delighted. To ffnd the beaht of gold; Bat oh; It was too heavy For the elfin hands to hold. He hid it in the greenwood. Beneath a hawthorn tree, Aad soft green moss around It He pattod carefully. The little fairy lady Sits weepiife all all alone. As though her heart was broken Only she hasn't onei The elf man longs to gtve har The heart which ne'er was his, Bat cannot for the life of htm Remember where It is. And If he cannot find it . Beneath the mossy .bed. He'll have to give the fairy His own to keep Instead.

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TOMBSTONE OF A WATERFALL [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

TOMBSTONE OF A WATERFALL Of all tbe world's memorials, from Pharaoh's pyramid to a pet dog's tombstone, the' strangest is probably to be found In Sweden. At the end of the eighteenth cen tury Rcfjanda Lake in Central Norr land was famous for the Gedungen Falls. In ordei to reclaim some land for arrrfcnllulnB a fresh channel was cut In a ridge of rock on the lake's edgi. .and; one terrifying night the water* burst throefch tha' dams, rush ing through the cleft of tbe rock on their way to tbe re a aid sweeping away verythlng In their path. The. lake was nearly emptied, and Gedungen Falls were dried np. The new falls have Been roaring away In stead, and now they have been har nessed to a 'Treat electric power sta tion. But 'the old falls are not for gotten; a memorial tablet tells how tbey passed away suddenly In 1796.

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WHAT IS IT? [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

WHAT IS ITT Three-fourths of a. cross, and a circle complete, Two semi-circles and a perpendicu lar meet, A '.small triangle that stands on two feet. Two semi-circles and n circle com plete. I wonder can you guess it. The word is TOBACCO.

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RIDDLES [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

RIDDLES * . Whnt is the funniest ' animal ^on earth? — An author, because his tale comes out of his bead. - What becomes of the pieces when dawn breaks? — They go into morning (moaning).. ... Why da you always make a mistake when you put your shoe on ? — Becanse mi YiBt wmr fmt In It ? Why did Dorothy leave school ? — Because she couldn't possibly take *t with her. What fishes are most out of place ? — A perch In a parrot's cape; a plaice (place) In a tram; a sole on a boot, and a mussel (muscle) on a man's arm. When is a clock on the stain dan gerous? — When it is run down and strikes one. What vegetable is like the tongue of a talkative little girt? — A scarlet runner. Why Is the letter H a cure for deaf ness ? — Because It makes the ear hear.

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NIGHT PRAYERS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

night prayers There are shadows In my room. Jumping here and there; Dreadful voices seem to be Calling everywhere. If a lift my bead, a face From the darkness glares — Hark 1 What's that J I thought I Some one on the stairs. I forgot my prayers to-night. That's why 1 feel queer; I'll kneel down beside my bed. And recite them here. All the shadows now are gone, Everything Is still, I've asked God to keep me safe. And I know he will.'

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A CHILD'S OLD TREASURE THE FOREIGN STAMP'S CAREER [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 1 March 1929

A CHILD'S OLD TREASURE THE FOREIGN STAMP'S CAREER 'Would you like a foreign stamp, my dear 7' an ancle aAed his little niece long ago. She said she would, and he gave bar an envelope which had just come from Newfoundland, and was franked with a strip of three vermilion 2d. atamp.3. Tl^* ? t- TOO ? U— 1™T_ -.rl toys were feyer, so she kept the stamps with her other little treasures — a Rofnari robfc maybe, some Indian shelh and a valentine or two. When she was a grannie she came upon them again, and said to her ten year-old grandson; 'Would you like a foreign stamp, my dear?'.' He said he would, and kept the en velope among his childish', trasuttfl till he grew, oo. And now he ha* sold ' the envelope tor 1600. This* Is jS re cord price, because, whOe.- 'single copies of the stamp are rare, no other atrip is iknown. What a lucky thlnte for 'him that the little girl of 1853 took an InteUI-.. gent interest In stamps ! '

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