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

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Publication Title: Port Adelaide Gazette, The
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HOW THEY RAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 18 April 1930

HOW THEY RAN. Hesiey was a long way back in the Hui-dle Race in the early stages, and was last a mile from home. It was not until after passing the six furlong post that he, began to. move up. At this stage he must have been giving the leadei-s ten or twelve lengths, but he went on full of run ning and won easily. It was a good performance. Calnes was always in a handy posi tion, being about fourth for most of the way, and finished on well in second place, but was outclassed by the winner. Adon was back in the field for the first mile, improved his position, and look-d to have a winning chance hab a mile from home. He finished wel a close third. Some Scot ran a good race, and al though he broke down before jump ? ing the next to last hurdle he struggled on gamely and was nar rowly beaten out of a place. Cool down showed a bold front by doing' all the pacing until well into thei straight: This was his first Pace for some time, and he should not be long] in catching the judge's eye. I...

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ATHLETICS Coming Events (Registered with S.A.A.L.) [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 April 1930

ATHLETICS Coming Events (Registered with S.A.A.L.') April 25 — Melrose. April 25— Port Lincoln (Anzac Day) . The weekly night meetings at Payneham Oval finished last week. They have been exceedingly popular with the public and the pedestrians. C. L. Shea won tje Au Revoir Shef ! field off 9i yards, with L. S. Hill .and Malcolm Dunn the placegetters.! Although Shea is one of the back markers in this State, this is the first Sheffield he has won — a record prob ably unique in athletic circles. Like some other runners, he has been runner-up in big races, such as Mary-i borough ^Victoria), and Glenelg ttwiccj, also third in the Horsham Gift, and as these performances class him as a first-class sprinter, his han dicap accordingly suffered. He is popular, and is an all-round athlete. The sporting public generally will be delighted to hear of his first success after so many years. Frank M. Bayl-es won ilie 75 yards sprint, with H. J. Aitken a close se cond. The track was slightly damp jand...

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STAWELL EASTER GIFT. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 April 1930

STAWELL EASTER GIFT. The Stawell Club's Easter Gift carnival was begun on Saturday. The leading professional footrunners of Australia competed. Racing was up to the average, and the winner was hard to pick. Results: — Heat Winners: — W. W. Peart (11 yds.), 12 5-16 sec.; H. J. Parkinson (12 yds.), 12k; B. C. Godfrey (12 yds.), 12 1-16; F. Penbertsy, (10 yds.), 12 1-16; E- J- Ride (91 yds.), 12 3-8; M. M. Bishop (91 yds.), 12J; C. P. Milburn (10 yds.), 12 1 1-16; E. J. Henry (81 yds.), 12 3-16; J. R. Heagney (111 yds.), 12 3-16; T. Banner (3 yds.), 12 3-8; D. L. Stewart (12 yds.), 12 1-1G; H. J. C. Atkin -10 yds.), 12 1-8; L. J. McCay (10 yds.), 12 5-16; E. C. Briggs (82 yds.), 12 1-16; C. J. Stanton (11 yds.), 12 1-16; R. J. Northeast (103; yds.), 12; J. Maxwell (111 yds.), 12; A. E. Davis (10J yds.), 12 1-8; R. B. Francis (9 yds.), 121; L. H. Cannon (10 yds.), 12 5-16; C. H. Hearn (82 yds.), 121. First Semi-Final — C. J. Stanton (ll yds.), 1; R. J. Northeast (10 J), 2; R. B. Francis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 April 1930

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LAUGH AND THE WORLD LAUGHS WITH YOU ONE ON THE MISSIONARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 April 1930

LAUGH AND «. THE WORU) j ». law wrra you - ! ONE ON THE MISSIONARY. ,- Ching was in the mission for six months before he was persuaded to convert. At the christening he was given the name of Patrick, and was' told he must not eat his favorite' dish of pork chops on Friday. Hej was discontented at first, but gave his lirOTfiisP. TmQO-ino +Vin micoirtYiovir'f. ' ? ? -t ? ? ? illiooiuilftlj C horror when he found Ching eating j3ork chops on a Friday. ^ 'Patrick,' he gasped, ''didn't you give your solemn word of honor not to eat pork chops on Friday?' 'These no plork chopee,' pro tested Ching. 'What? Cannot I believe my own eyes?' 'Wellee, you see, you takee water sphnkee on me, you say 'your name not Ching, him Patrick,' so me takee water, splinkee on chopee, an' say, 'your name not plork choppee. him fishee.' ' * * * * INCOMPATABILITY OF MUSIC. 'Do you know the name of tnat song-?' \ Do you mean the one the woman was singing or the one her accom panist was playing?' - * * * SIMPLE. Sh...

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RUN CHECKED. NEW TACTICS LOOSE RACE FOR AMOUNIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 April 1930

RON CHECKED. NEW TACTICS LOOSE RACE FOR AMOUNIS. (From our Sydney Representative.) Many people thoughjt Amounis had won the Au umn Stakes at Randwick Sa urday. They weren't far out, for the verdict was half a head. Xhis narrow issue, amounting to a matter of three inches; was decided at the turn, when Pike took Amounis on the inside rail and Nightmarch went on the outside. j Inside running gamed Ariioums a emporary advantage, but he was check«l, and that doesn't suit the old champion. He gained the lead, but XNigiitmarch came again and beat him. It is doubtful if Amounis ever won a race in his life on the rails. So it can be said that here Pike made a tactical error in taking the inside fence when he and Nightmarch were together in the rear near the half-mile. s ! Amounis likes to make his run in one uninterrupted effort, and by those means he had won his eight races in the last spring and autumn without' 'a 'single def-eat, and' many before. 'It was the pecular way the race was run...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 April 1930

On Sale a m VI ???????« ? ? ? a ? ? a a a ? ? ? mmmum.m m a m a a m. a m. .m, w a a blj? . PL 'L*l 1 ? P JP * * Published Continuously by F. J. Jennings for over 19 Years ? a a aa a a aa aa ? an flABsaaaBBBa ????????* Next Saturday's T attepsalls Meeting *??«-*? aaaaflBBB a an ?????????????? a a aa ? bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb b a a a- — -j Highest ^ m|H «3. Elxtva. Oi A P'ac'n§ ^ Race dklll in Correct Order Two Competitions in One Selections May be Left at 231 St. Vincent St., Port Adelaide MEETING ? ? ? I hereby apply for the position of 'Sport' Tipsioi for your next meeting. I submit the following as a sample of my ability, on the understanding that if thl.. register* MOST POINTS {five for a winner, three for * th'r.£!)' ' be eaid £30, and should -t register SECOND HIGHEST £10, to supply a set of f'r next , Metropolitan Race Meeting for Dub ilo lon 'n The Sport. ' If other applicants tie with *°ree- ? divlde- 1 ®oree to accept tho Editor's ? 'fis.' ? '?* ? and 'bide by conditions as publi...

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ADELAIDE CUP. Une mile and five furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 April 1930

ADELAIDE CUP. One mile and five furlongs. Phar Lap ..98 Gleamlight . 74 Loquacious . 9 7 Leahcim ... 7 3 Crucis ... 8 11 Ethelton ... 7 2 Prince Viol ..88 Margate ... 7 1 Nadean ... 8.6 Kellidie ... 7 0 Taisho . . . 8 '?3 Bachelor Green 6 13 Kirrkie ... 8 1 Burl .... 6 12 Inducement . 7 13 Mytenis ... 6 12 Some Quality . 7 13 Temptation 6 10 Finsbury ... 7 12 Hot Spring .69 Mary Spa . . 7 10 Balisand ... 6 7 Sir Roy .... 7 9 Cryptogram . 6 7 Amant ... 77 Great Chester .67 Santa Thebea . 7 7 Phoenix ... 6 7 Sceutiim ... 7*7 Saltmarsh . 6 7 Golden Aureole 7 5 Spearflight ..67 Pinnacle ... 7 5 St. Mary ..67 Eillom ... 7 4 White Nose 6 7 Jumpers' Flat Race, one mile and a half.—.; Armada, Adon, Bang Bang, Bay of Biscay, Burnaides, Bowalla, Bowshot, Diplomacy, Dross, El Capitan, Euphrasia, Hereward, . Hesley, Joy Icen, Janomagne, Kurrumpore, Kilronan, Miss Marimba, Miss Constance, Our Gem, Princeacre, Pistolva, Phidias, Rabneb, Rumford, Wembley, War Flag. ' Baker Handicap, one mile. — Am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 April 1930

j W.M.A. THEATRE NILE STREET ? PORT ADELAIDE. : EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT j OLD AND NEW DANCES ? (SELECT) T DANCING FROM 8 TILL 11 E ® TOM GARNAUT S ORCHESTRA. LES WATERS, M.C. ? ' ? ? ? ? PROCEEDS IN AID OF DISTRESSED WATERSIDE WORKERS' V WIVES AND FAMILIES l PRICES — Ladies, 9d.; Gents, 1/6 a PHONE: J 2576. F. A. CARR. Secretary. -aibiiiiiiMBsiiiaiiiiiiiiig.i

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S.A.J.C. AUTUMN MEETING. ENTRIES AND FIRST ACCEPTANCES. FIRST DAY—SATURDAY, MAY 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 April 1930

S.A.J.C. AUTUMN MEETING. - ENTRIES AND FIRST ACCEPT ANCES. FIRST DAY — SATURDAY. MAY 10. Ascot Park Hurdle Race, two miles and 358 ? yards. — Adon, Coolddwn, Good Whisky, Gig Marco, Hesley, Janomagne, Monarch Lad, Marco; Polo, Our Gem, Pass By,. Pistol's Dream, Scrap-' ir:'' SI. Tetit, War Flag. . I 'The Elder Stakes (weight for age),. one mile! and a furlong. — Amant, Ethelton, Fruition, Gol-. den Aureole, Kefalin, Tatiara. Inter-State— Fins- j bury, Phar Lap, Taisho. GOODWOOD HANDICAP. Six furlongs. Prince Paladin 9 O Mytenis ... 7. 3 Aurie Anton . 8 12 Valdene ... . 6 9. Doradus ..89 Green 8alza 68 Green&.Sorough 8 4 Belle of Rich- ! Antonello . . 7 13 mond ... 67! All Quality . 7 12 Fang ... 67 Blematic . . 7 11 Greenhide ..6 7 Lakhnao ... 7 11 Lady Comique . 6 7| Rou Miki . . 7 10 Mistone 6 7 j Lindbergh ..79 Repression . 6 7t Lady Adelaide 7 8 Saltmarsh ..67! Stage Saint . 7 6' Sawana ... 67. Anton Prince 7 5 Second Grace . 6 7' Lorrain ... 7 5 Steel Guitar . 6 71 Doub...

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QUORN ATHLETIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 April 1930

QUORN ATHLETIC CLUB. The following handicaps have been announced for the mile and two mile races at Quorn next Saturday, April 25: — J. Anderson, 20 yards, 50; J. Far rell, 40, 80; H. Zanker, 35, 60; H. White, 35, 60; S. Morgan, 70, 135; S. Grantham, 80, 130; F. Trembath, 80, 105; C. Hill, 80, 130; C. Miller, 100, 155; Sherriff, 130, 190; F. Poin ton, 140, 190; F. Higginson, 140., — ; T. Just, 140, — ; R. Granthaigt 140, — ; K. Hill, 150, 220; H. Joyce, 200, 350; H. Newmann, 200, — ; W. Morgan, 220, — .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 April 1930

Dance & Euchre j TO BE HELD \\ EVERY WEDNESDAY NIGHT AT 7.45 P.M. AT THE jj W.M.A. THEATRE, NILE STREET j| PORT ADELAIDE j! Proceeds in aid of the DISTRESSED WIVES and FAMILIES ;j of Waterside Woi'kers. J» Cool DrinLs and Sweets Provided. . J' Monte Carlo and Streamer Waltz. Dancing 8 till 10.45. Old and New Dances. jC Tom Garnaut's Jazz Band in attendance. ,j ADMISSION — GENTS, 1/-; LADIES, 6d. \\ F. A. CARR, Hon. Secretary. I|

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AN AFFAIR OF AGE (Continued from previous week.) [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 April 1930

AN AFFAIR OF m By EDWAfH) WOQDWAI®. (?Continued from previous vte^k.) Ailsa spoke fiercely. 'It \v&s no accidentl' she ex claimed. 'George took his life be cause he believed you were my lover! God! How I hate myself! How I hate you!' * Before this sudden outburst Slaney tell back. 'Ailsa,. you're mad!' he exclaim-] ed. 'Has Leeming been stuffing this j nonsense into your head?' j 'Yes, and it's Iffue!' declassed ! Ailsa. 'It's utter romantic rubbish!' said Slaney. 'It was an accident!' For a space Ailsa kept silent, and then, still avoiding -Slaney's eyes she spoke: 'If you love me, Tony,' she 6aid 'try and prove it Was an accident, and take the guilt from my soul.' Before ^Slaney could speak she stepped hack intjo the room and . closed the door. For a time he stood silent, and then slowly made his way down stairs. The lounge was .deserted, and for an hour he sat in silence; then rising, he made his way to the gun room. A quarter of an hour later .he found Bob Leeming -crouc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 April 1930

laBIIBIHSHaiBllllllllllllIi I You Must Have a New Suit ! And You Want it Cheap ! ? | Therefore 0. SWEET & CO'S i £2-19-6 Suits | Must Appeal r,; ? ' ;* - I SOMETHING FOR THE LADIES i TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES £2/19/6 I I ? | i EXTRA SPECIAL VALUES IN MERCERY ? ? ; O. Sweet & Co. [ 138 ST. VINCENT STREET, PORT ADELAIDE ' (Next Door Clarksons Ltd.) a

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 April 1930

Mmmmmmmmmmmmummmmmmmmmmmmm NOTICE. — T0 PERSONS ABOUT TO HAVE THEIR 'J CLOTHES DRY CLEANED ? COME TO US J Clothes Dry Cleaned by us are Thoroughly Cleaned ? OUR PRICE— J SUITS £ I COSTUMES 'u FROCKS '/ TOPCOATS r OUR PRESSING IS ALL DONE BY HAND ENSURING A ' ' PERFECT FINISH, AND AT THE SAME TIME RETAINING THW H ORIGINAL SHAPE. ? F. J. WHITMARSH & SON : TAILORS AND DRY CLEANERS ' 137 COMMERCIAL ROAD, PORT ADELAIDE J (Opposite Corner to Newmarket Hotel) ^ WRESTLING CITY BATHS Next Saturday Night The Famous LEONE LABRIGLA (The Italian Champion) versus . i SAM BERMISTER I (Cousin of A1 Karasick) 1 Bermister has paid £500 in thp last two years to noted wrestlers to learn the holds that converted him to catch-as-catch-can wrestling. This Will be a Wonderful Bout ? Excellent Preliminaries have beepi arranged BRUCE DAWE & ERNIE MOLDE are practically certain to appear against well selected opponents. DON'T FORGET CITY BATHS, SATURDAY NIGHT! Next Saturday Night will be better...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 April 1930

1 LAND FOR SALE | LARGS BAY - LARGS BAY - LARGS BAY I ?j TWO BLOCKS, EACH 50(t. x 120ft. AFRIC STREET | j' Owner Leaving the District. Must be Sold Immediately! 2 j[ Therefore the Price is Right. For full Particulars J jj Write 'VALUE' | j; C/o 'Port Adelaide Gazette,' Commercial Rd., Port Adelaide ^ \ AVWAVWVWVWUWVVVVWVWVVUVVVVVVVyVVWVVVW^ Patronise Our Advertisers

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 April 1930

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KNOWLEDGE KERNELS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 April 1930

KNOWLEDGE KERNELS. 'What do you do?' 'I keep house, scrub, scour, bake, ? wash dishes, cook, do -the Laundry, : iron, sew.' The census taker listed her: 'Housewife — no occupation.' * * * * 'Novelists nowadays,' 'a famous publisher said, 'have their radios and motor cars. They spend their winters in Florida or California, and theird bank balances mount steadily up. It was different in the old days. Once, in the old days, a brilliant no velist wrote whimsically to a friend: 'Dear Joe — -Will you do me a favor? .1 am going to hold a meeting of my creditors next Sunday evening in Madison Square Garden, and I want you to address. the overflow meeting ^outside.'' s * * * _ i The spacious days of wiiiiam EwaK Gladstone have been brought ap preciably nearer. An arrangement has just Veen made whereby the British Museum in -London -is to be come the repository of -the volumin ous papers the many-sided statesman ammassed. The collection includes some 60,000 docketed letters which he either wr...

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BOTH SIDES OF THE FENCE [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 April 1930

BOTH SIDES ? OF THE FENCE (By 'THE MAN ON TOP') ! Englishmen — and English women i too, presumably — are more sober than they were, the cable tells us.j So, too, are South Australians, for our Government Statist has just told us that in 1915, giving every one of us a share in the consumption, each one of us drank 12.1 gallons of beer and wine, and less than half a gal lon of spirits. In 1929 each one of us, as a unit in the Statist's aver ages, drank 9.57 gallons of beer and wine, and less than a quarter of a go.llon of spirits. But he does not say we have become more sober for any other reason than that we have not been able to buy so much with our money, though we have spent more. In 1915 we spent £1,326,185 on drink. In 1929 the bill amounted to £2,644,641. This was £2 19/2 a head in 1915 and £4 11/4 in 1929. The figure-juggler says he does not know why, but in the last two years the death rate has been decreasing, and last year — when we spent more but got less — mortality was o...

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