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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 18 April 1930

I HARDY GROWN SEEDLINGS FOR | I PRESENT PLANTING | ?j BEAUTY STOCK, SEPARATE COLORS AND MIXED ji j; ICELAND POPPIES, MIXED, PINK AND TANGERINE jj IPANSIES, VIOLAS, ANTIRRHINUMS, VEGETABLE PLANTS i| M. G. HILL s .. . ART FLORIST, ETC. - 230 COMMERCIAL ROAD. PORT ADELAIDE |

Publication Title: Port Adelaide Gazette, The
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THINGS NEW AND ATTRACTIVE IN JEWELLERY. WHAT IS FASHIONABLE NOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 18 April 1930

THINGS NfcW iNB ATTRACTIVE IN JEWELLERY. WHAT IS FASHIONABLE NOW. V, .- — ? =? . j ?It is becoming less and less fash-' ionable to flaunt your watch on. your wrist. The latest idea is to con ceal it in .a gold or platinum case, to : be carried in a handbag, or to dis guise it as a jewelled brooch. Another idea is to have your time keeper set in your cigarette case ; but the newest way of wearing a watch is to clip it in a cuff. Necklaces sHll inclirc to the cho-: ker type, multiple strands or pen dant styles. You may match or contrast your jewellery with your outfit. Topay, and tortoise are [rood with brown ?mj carnelian with black, amethvst, the new dahlia shade, and green. For evening wear, there are gay pieces of brilliants and crystal. Pearls are still approved. Often the trimming of the even ing bag matches the necklet. i j Thus, if rhinestones brighten a black frock, a novelty bag studded with glittering rhinestones is carried. To be quite up-to-date it should, have a zipper-f...

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JUMPER WITH BEADED NECK. NOVEL AND DISTINCTIVE SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 18 April 1930

JUMPER WITH BEADED ! NECK. ! NOVEL AND DISTINCTIVE SCHEME. Jumpers, for winter wear, are ; remarkable for a » neckline de ? : lightfully . distinctive and un usual.' . Quite the latest idea requires beads in a different shade of the color of the stockinette, : jersey or ftther material of which t»ie jumper is niade, stitched closely, in some what wide band form in all-round ef fect. The result is exceedingly smart and novel, particularly if si milar beads - are employed in the making of a loose belt set at the natural waist. ' A jumper in. brown stockinette ? liaay show . a V neck outlined with. Email beads in tangerine, or burnt orange, the - band being in one, or one: and a half inch width; and the belt, corresponding in style, being about two inches wide, and in length sufficient to allow of a brown buckle finish arranged somewhat loosely. Variations permit a beaded band sectioned in thr.ee'-inch length, set against .the neck line, the -belt being ip.6tyle to match. 1 Not infrequ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 18 April 1930

LAUBMAN & PANK j Sight Testing and Manufacturing j Op'icians. | 75 RUNDLE STREET, ADELAIDE. ! SIGHT-TESTING At Kirby. Chemist St. Vincent Street, Port Adelaide. EVERY FRIDAY, from 12.30 till 9 n.fn. Aonointments rray he made with Mr. Kirby or Ring C3CS0 (2 Jines).

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 18 April 1930

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 18 April 1930

; 1 J 4 at ^Ir ^ ^ '' \f i ( | ^ telegraphed 'Excellent trip thanks to confidc.icc Shell ' * ' ^fdl 1 organisation and HigH standard Shell products.' That ? ? message, coming as it does from one who has experienced ^ I + ? jffi. I v' 1 die almost insurmountable difficulties of siich a flight, speaks volumes for the super-quality of Shell Moior OH Yes.-HI take Shell please. Chichester used it I - that's enough for me/' f MOTOPCMKTB 1 MOTOR I oil StllEiUL spipit THE ANTI -CARBON PAIS . I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 18 April 1930

? ? ? NOTICE.—10 PERSONS ABOUT TO HAVE THEIR a CLOTHES DRY CLEANED ? COME TO US Clothes Dry Cleaned by us are Thoroughly Cleaned ? OUR PRICE- ' SUITS £/ COSTUMES J FROCKS '/ TOPCOATS « OUR PRESSING IS ALL DONE BY HAND ENSURING A PERFECT FINISH, AND AT THE SAME TIME RETAINING THf ? ORIGINAL SHAPE. ? F. J. WH1TMARSH & SON I TAILORS AND DRY CLEANERS ' 137 COMMERCIAL ROAD, PORT ADELAIDE * (Opposite Corner to Newmarket Hotel) ^ ? ? ? WRESTLING CITY BATHS Next Saturday Night The Famous LEONE LABRIOLA (The Italian Champion) versus j 'TIGER' HIGGINS | (The Rubber Man; The Finished Product of AD SANTEL) t Good Boxing Prelims will support thei Programme. Watch for Prices later. DON'T FORGET CITY BATHS, SATURDAY NIGHT! L. L. LECORNU, Promoter. !

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AMODNIS WILL NOT TACKLE DONCASTER WEIGHT-FOR-AGE TASKS WILL BE EASIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 18 April 1930

AMOUNIS WILL NOT TACKLE DONCASTER WEIGHT -FOR- AGE TASKS WILL BE EASIER. i ?! (By- Our Melbourne Representative) As Mr. W. Pearson, owner of Am^unis, is keen on his champion eclijSsing Gloaming's stake winning recqrd, he will not run him in the Doncaster, in which the gelding was so heavily burdened. Mr. Pearson mav consider that the easier way oi j accomplishing his objective will be 1 to ijeserve Aniounis for weisht-fm-- 1 age; i aces. | The gelding, annougn lie has twice | beeii successful in the Epsom- run in |he spring, has never won the] -Donfcaster. Climatic conditions have; invatiably operated against him. ! New South Wales experiences a good deal- of rain about Easter-time, and, as ^everybody knows, Aniounis is J averse to soft tracks. Oji the two occasions on which he \ has jessayed the task of winning the j Doncaster the going has been heavy. In 1927 the Doncaster had to be | postponed because of a deluge. Rand- ; wicl^ had 1 5 inches of rain, and the conditions were righ...

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ONKAPARINGA ACCEPTANCES. RUN EASTER MONDAY, APRIL 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 18 April 1930

ONKAPARINGA ACCEPTANCES. RUN EASTER MONDAY, APRIL 21. 12.0 — TRIAL STAKES — 12.0 One mile 10 2 chains. Flying Marco S 10 KlnQttol . 7 31 Scraplron ..89 Xpert . . . 7 11 j Radiant Revel 8 6 Goalong ... 7 9 Anthellon ..84 Sparissa ... 76 Bon Marco ..S3 Alderton ..72 Don Cooper 8 2 Blonde ... 7 1 Lady Bankfleld 8 2 Alice Alwyna . 7 0 Spearflight ..81 Seraphic ..70 Pistolva ... 8 0 King Qum ..70 Prince Nomlon 7 12 Shooting Boy. 7 0 Fllllpeeri . . 7 11 Xpert ? 1 Flying Marco ? 2 Spearflight ? 3 12.45 — HARRY D. YOUNG HURDLE — 12.45 2 miles 8 chains and 5 yards. Calnes . . . 10 12 Pass By . .10 3 Adon .... 10 11 Euphrasia . . 9 11 St. Spa ... 10 10 Miss Constance 9 6 Hesiey ... 10 9 War Flag ..92 Hesiey ? 1 Calnes ? ? . . . 2 St. Spa ? ? . . . 3 1.45 — ONKAPARINGA CUP — 1.45 One mile - three furlongs. Fruition ..95 Mellurlan ..78 Water Pistol . 9 4 Seal Princees .78 Special Call 8 7 Lady Lucknow 7 7 Kefalln ... 8 Z Rcyal Note . 7 7 Ethelton ... 81 Wendover ..74 Ambah ... 7 12 Pious Kate ....

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BAVERSTOCK JUMPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 18 April 1930

BAVERSTOCK JUMPERS. I It has become a fixed belief that horses by Baverstock are bound to itske to jumping. Perhaps it is the| ! Panic influence coming throuch the', , Nightmare — Wakeful channel that ' accounts for this to some extent, i Dookie is the latest son of Baver-' stock to come under notice ;n t h'-? i jumping department. This record brerker's dam, Soubrette, was goti bv Comedy K : n ^ from Transparence' bv Ising3?ss from Simnle Avew, by' ^vshir? -from Simnlicitv by St. Simon. There is plenty of Galopin in this pedigree. Comedv King- also takes some of' lb* credit for the Valley Steenle winner, Punchinello, whose sire, Stageland, was got by the Persin-' mon horse. ^ 1 '-alio per. who carried the colors of :h:s breeder, the late N. McArthur. jHis dam, Maura, was by Wallace [from Morisca.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 18 April 1930

Dance & Euchre] TO BE HELD \\ EVERY WEDNESDAY NIGHT AT 7.45 P.M. AT THE jj W.M.A. THEATRE, NILE STREET | PORT ADELAIDE jj Proceeds in aid of the DISTRESSED WIVES and FAMILIES J« of Waterside Workers. Cool Drinks and Sweets Provided. Ji Monte Carlo and Streamer Waltz. Dancing 8 till 10.45. J» Old and New Dances. ?, Tom Garnaut's Jazz Band in attendance. Jj ADMISSION— GENTS, 1/-; LADIES, 6d. |j F. A. CARR, Hon. -Secretary. * [ i'AWAWAV.V.'A'tViW ^V«WiW%%VVW«VVVVVVVWVW

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CATTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 18 April 1930

CATTY. Sweet ^ oun.tr Thins': 'How do you like my fur coat?' Old Flamo: '1 lev? it. my dear,! cut tlinij I il'.'.My- did.'' ;

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LAURA. RUN EASTER MONDAY, APRIL 21 HANDICAP HURDLE RACE. About two mile. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 18 April 1930

LAURA. RUN EASTER MONDAY, APRIL 21 HANDICAP HURDLE RACE.; V About two miles. Miss Marimba 11 2 Tolerance ..91 Galore ... 10 0 Bob Marco 9 .0 Seoond Step . 9 T Emref ... 9 0 Bitter Beer . 9 4 King's Colors 9 0 Centre King .92 My Will ... 9 0 La Colllne . 9 2 Sedia . . - ; 9 8 Some Aid ..91 . -:i . Miss Marimba . . 1 Galore . . . . - . . ... .... 2 Second Step ? ? 3 FLYING HANDICAP. Six furlonfls. A Twain . .. .90 Cat ilex . . ; ? 2 A Salway . . . 8 11 Star Dancer . 7' 2 Cavellina ... 89 Conamara 7 0 Mistone / . . 8 9 Haiel t .... 10 Hilda Hiokler . 8 0 Pouter . . .. 7. 0 Diplomacy . . 7 13 Springette 71' 0 Double One 7 12 St. Report . . -7 0 Lord Archie .79 Mistone ? .... 1 . Salway ? ? 2 Twain ? ? ? 3. NOVICE RACE. W.F.A. Six furlongs. Kitty Anton . 8 1Z Amalvie . . 8 7 4.U Anton . . 8 12 Catllex . ... 8 .. 7, Pouter ... 8 .12 Madam Lanius S 7 Princess Tiel 8 12 Mixed Bathing S 7 Artey Motre . .8 11 Unnamed filly S 7 Aurallte . . 8 11 Cock Robin . 8 « Brown Elf . . 8 .11 Cons^mara ....

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V. R. C. AND STAKE MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 18 April 1930

V.R.C. AND STAKE MONEY?. . It is heartening to find that the V.R.C. docs not view the situation n.s alarming from a racing stand point. The announcement has been made that there will be no reduction in the stake- money for the Grand National Steeplechase, wmch win remain at £5,000. Present circum stances would have justified a reduc tion. but the V.R.C. is to be con' gratulated upon adhering to the bolder policy. From this it may be taken that no interference with stakes, as they stand at present, is contemplated at headquarters. It is a consolation to breeders to know tllat the V.R.C. has set a good ex- ? ample. While prize-money is distributed on a cenerous scale, there will al ways be a market for yearlinars. Naturally, bidders are encouraged, by the prospect, that if they are for tunate enough to secure a high-class racehorse, a suitable reward awaits them. It remains to be seen whe ther the other clubs will stand firm in the present difficulty. So ;far there does not seem to be...

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GANG WAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 18 April 1930

GANG WAY. Figure of an ancient Grecian -eauty has been brought to Sydney. The weight is 25 tons. Old Greeks vho offered her a seat in the bus must have got out of the w?y pretty quick. Printed at Jennings' Printing ?Vorks, 16 Kensington Road, Rose ^ Park, for the proprietors of 'The ? Vort Adelui'i? Gasjgtte.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 18 April 1930

| VJLA. THEATRE NILE STREET ' ? PORT ADELAIDE. EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT | OLD AND NEW DANCES « (SELECT) * DANCING FROM 8 TILL 11 TOM GARNAUT S ORCHESTRA. LES WATERS, MX. ? PROCEEDS IN AID OF DISTRESSED WATERSIDE WORKERS' . * WIVES AND FAMILIES PRICES— Ladies, 9d.; Gents, 1/6 L PHONE: J 2576. F. A. CARR. Secretary. m. P ? ? ? ? a a 3 a a a

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 18 April 1930

BOXING MOTOR PAVILION Wayyille Showgrounds NEXT SATURDAY NIGHT April 19th &RAND CHAMPIONSHIP CONTEST LES ANTHONY ' LEN MOLDE (Vic.) (S.A.) 15 Rounds Also . Young Molde v. Bert Cossack | Alex McArthur v. Jimmy Weir. ] Jack i oulis v. Eddie Smith. You 11 be Sorry if you Miss this Treat EASTER MONDAY NIGHT The Winner of the Anthony-Molde Bout Y. mCLAYTON , '' Witil ^Jecially. Arranged 'Prelinis. ANOTHER WONDERFUL NIGHT'S SPORT PRICES— 10/ (Ringside), 7/6, 5/, 3/, 2/ (plus tax). Reservations Free at the Office, 106 Kins William Street, Under Auction Block. SPECIAL TRAMS

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FAREWELL TO LEGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 18 April 1930

r,— -FAREWELL TO LEGS. (Without apologies to everybody.) t£ow-bows the maid to Fashion's fiat 7 stern, |»The lowering skirt descends below 'ti the.knee; f^Iigh waists come back, and yards of Jj! flounce return, &And leave calves hi the dark perpe t tualiy. ^ J iFull m^y a leg of contour neat and , 1 wing- robes will cruelly con ('! %. cea» [lAno'widRe of it a meek, mysterious 'limb,' ?Prudish and unappraised from hip; to heel. ! Ijinkles will twinkle timidly again, ? iAnd Vfeet will come and go like | frightened mice: Unnecessary sex will quickly wane, , ,| And all the world be neuter and be| -«? nice. ',So hei-e's a health to the descending ;; hem: ?Let's fill our cup and drain it to the - dregs, The while we chant a ragtime re quiem, And bid farewell, a long farewell, to legs. .5 5 m * THE OLD WIFE PREFERRED An old countryman, seeing the ?slights of London for the first time, came to the Labor Exchange. Notic ing a door labelled 'Women's Ex change,' he walked inside. 'Be t...

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ADELAIDE RACING CLUB'S MEETING Satisfactory Attendance and Tote OAKBANK CANDIDATES SHOW PROMINENCE Hungarian and Hesley Wins Over Jumps SANTA THEBEA WINS IN GOOD STYLE [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 18 April 1930

ADELAIDE RACING CLUB'S MEETING ♦ Satisfactory Attendance and Tote OAKBANK CANDIDATES SHOW PROMINENCE Hungarian and Hesiey Wins Over Jumps SANTA THEBEA WINS IN GOOD STYLE i I to:e *;e=e,P -s at the Adelaide Ciub's Meet racint \SthUtrKay T sat'factory- Weather was fine, and the racing, with the exception of an unfortunate happening in the „ , Welter was exciting. raraoMt'1? !n,fre1t sty'e» and further enhanced his V Hurdie Race. Hungarian put no an performance in the Steeplechase ar.A tioub?Iyhim°WeSahtat TlT ,^*stan::e in the Great Eastern will no® trouble him. Santa Thebea gave a taste of :ber stamina bv coming from a long way ba zk and winning the Handicap j Everything wa$ in perfect order j ^ Victoi'ig Park \ on Saturday last for a good day's racing. The weather juas ideal, and the good racing that j was expected was only marred by a : mishap at the barrier in the Welter. In that race the tapes failed to' uy up clear of the horses when the! starter released the lever, and the. fie...

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OAKBANK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 18 April 1930

OAKBANK races. I looked far back into other years,' And beheld in bright array, | The cabs on the lank in King Wil liam Street, But few on Oakbank Day. Engaged nearly all the cabbies were, Proud to show their horses' paces; A trip to the hills was a pleasure in deed, j On the way to the Oakbank Races. The fares who engaged the cabbies then, i With hampers full, and cases Of something strong to wash them down, , When they lunched at the Oak bank Races. j [Five (5) pounds we received each time we went, 1 j And with loud voiced bookies, some we spent, For to quench our thirst to the booth we'd stray, , 1 With friends we met on Oakbank Day. , The Vine Inn closed, and the, Mountain Hut, ' Toby Jones at the Eagle, he was a nut; I Past Crafei-s and Stirling and the Aldgate Pump, Sorry, we have no time to stay, j For we are off to the races on Oak bank Day. | When John Hill & Co.'s coaches rat I tied along, ... : They passed many a vehicle not so ? strong; | Also John Reid's five-in...

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