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POULTRY FOR HOME CONSUMPTION. KEEPING A FEW FOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 2 May 1930

POULTRY FOR HOME CONSUMPTION. KEEPING A FEW P0WLS. ! Despite the jibes and tilts at the 'backyarder' or the man or woman who goes in for poultry on a smri'l scale, there is no gainsaying the fact that the small lots ? 7*3. y the best and, unc?er proper conditions, it ji easiest way to raise uirds for show purposes. Of 'course, when it comes to mak-| ing a living out of poultry, the man. on a large scale is the winner. As' sideline, or a hobby, there is noth-j ing like having a few good fowls, | and the man whose place is built on a quarter c.cre lot can, by judicious: working, make quite a decent addi-| tion to his income. j Supply of Eggs. | The first consideration of the al-j lotment poultry breeder naturally is to ensure a supply of eggs. He can; always do this in what is called the! laying season, but much thoughtful; consideration must be given if a; supply of winter eggs is to be ob tained. Assuming that he is raising' his own chicks it is only a matter' of calculation to hit ...

Publication Title: Port Adelaide Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AMATEURS Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 2 May 1930

AMATEURS Fixtures. May 3 — Association Cross Country runs. May 24 — Campbell Shield Contest. May 24 — Association three-mile run. With the completion of the Easter running clubs are turning their at teijtion to the winter programmes. The official opening of the associa tion 'will be held next Saturday, May 3. Cross-country runners will meet at the Harriers' shed. The sixth annual Campbell Shield contest over three miles on the road will take place at Plympton on May 24. Plympton won the 1929 contest, H. Wilson, being the individual win ner of the race. The attendance at the Harriers' Easter meeting was the largest at the South Terrace tracks for several years. The running- was keen, parti cularly in the President's Cup, which was won by H. Lowe, who previously had not had a sprint success. Lowe ran from the limit handicap, and it was left to E. N. Howard to chase him home. Howard made a big ef fort to catch the leader, but failed by nearly 2ft. Howard and Ross Treleaven are the only...

Publication Title: Port Adelaide Gazette, The
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WHAT OF YOUR HAIR? WILL IT "GO AS YOU PLEASE"? [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 2 May 1930

WHAT OF YOUR HAIR?; WILL IT 'GO AS YOU PLEASE'?: How will the dancing girl wear her hair this winter? Has the death knell been rung for crop ped curls and sleek, boyish bobs? Does the vogue for long - skirts and the moulde 1 silhou ette, forecast a return of the pompadour and the type of coif- * fure that might be described as an architectural masterpiece? These are burning questions in a season which is marked by startling changes in dress. There was a time when fair .ladies slept with their hair in baskets. Coiffures were fearfully and wonderfully made. Two feet of coiffure was not unusual, and four or five hours were hardly enough to build one. Something had to be done to keep those masterpieces 'intact— hence the baskets. One t]iing is certain about 1930'; hair styles. The boyish bob is out. But there is no indication that the ; ungainly pompadour, the towering head-dress wil lever return. The new hair styles are gracefully sim ple and wholly feminine in effect. Hair is longer —...

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NARRACOORTE RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 2 May 1930

NARRACOORTE RESULTS. Sheffield Handicap (130 yards) — j L. Munn (14 yards), 1; M. W. Tay lor (12 yards), 2; C. Patterson (15), 3. Eight starters. Time, 12 3-5 sec. 220 Yards Handicap — C. B. Ardle (25 yards), 1; W. M. Taylor (22), 2; L. Munn (25), 3. Won by a yard. Time, 57 sec. One Mile Handicap — C. B. Ardle (130 yards), 1 ; R. E. Goldfineh (120), 2; F. S. Edgar (120), 3. Won easily. Time, 5 min. 321 sec.

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MOUTH BEAUTY. WITHIN AS WELL AS WITHOUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 2 May 1930

MOUTH BEAUTY. IVITHIN AS WELL AS WITHOUT. i We speak r.f beautiful mouths | and we generally mean beauty of shape, beauty of color, beauty of expression. And when we talk of beautifying mouths, we think of lip-sticks and lip salves and lip rouges. But mouth beauty is from within as well as from without, and a beautiful mouth will count for nothing if i the mouth is not also healthy | inside. { Healthy teeth help to make or mar a beautiful mouth, and most people know that, neglected teeth may mean a disordered stomach and disordered general health, as well as an un healthy mouth. Knowing this, most people are wise enough to pay more cr less regular visits to their dentist. If your dentist is a good fellow he will tell you quite a number of use ful things. You may not be able to persuade him to recommend any par ticular brand of tooth paste, but he will nevertheless tell you many other items of interest about vour mouth. He will tell \ou, in all probability, that mouth beauty depends ...

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E. C. BRIGGS WINS WARRACK NABEAL GIFT. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 2 May 1930

E. C. BRIGGS WINS WARRACK. NABEAL GIFT. On Saturday the W arraeknabeal Gift was contested. It was a wonder-! ful finish, only a foot separating the' placed men. Results: — E. C. Briggs (Deniliquin, New South Wales, 85 yards), C. J. Stan ton (Castlemaine, 11), B. C. God frey (St. Kilda, 12), 'L. C. Barker (Queensland, 5 £). Winner's price, 6 to 4 on.

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WORTH KNOWING. MOULDED BANANA CUSTARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 2 May 1930

WORTH KNOWING. I MOULDED BANANA CUSTARD. [ Make a custard with 2 eggs and half a nmt| | of milk. Sweeten to taste and stir into it loz | ip wdcred gela4;ne which has been dissolved in 2j tablespoons milk. \ I Decorate tha bottom 07 a p'a'n mould with | angelica and cherries, partly filling the mould ? with stale sponge and sliced bananas. Pour the! I 'ustard in warm fnd allow to sot. Whe^ old. turn out and serve with banana mashed to a pulp round the base of the mould.. BANANA AND TAPIOCA PUDDING'. j Plac? a thick layer cf sliced bananas in a glass dish arid cover with strawberry jam. Soil some tap:oca in milk (MiphtW sweetened j and flavored with vanilla) until it is clear. j When cool put a thick la^er on top of t h«» 1 bananas ard jam and repeat in layers until dish j is full. C^ver the whole with a custard into, which the pulp of two ripe bananas hat been well mixed. Serve cold, or place in a pie-dish and bake and serve hot. MEATLESS SOUP. Four level teasDoons of Bo-v;tc. 1 Quar...

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THE STAWELL GIFT. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 2 May 1930

THE STAWELL GIFT This year's event will be remem bered for its surprises. The standard of running in the preliminary heats was poor for a Stawell gathering, and apart from a few exceptions totally devoid of stylists. The sprint track was the fastest for many years, and, with a slight breeze in favor of the runners, which counteracted the uphill track, it was not surprising that the victor clock ed practically even time. When it is remembered that Hodge had i yard from the limit, 12 yards, it will be realised how difficult this race is to win. | Briggs, off 8S yards, could not concede Hodge 3 yards, and the win-' ner was going away from Briggs at: the finish. H. J. Aitken, from Ade laide. ran a fine race in his heat,' ?-nd was just touched off in the semi final. He ran true to form, which re uects great credit, on his trainer, W. Miller, of Glenelg. J. M. Raven, who was fancied in certain quarters, ran disappointingly, but Peter Wilhelm was the finest runner on the ground, and his st...

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KAROONDA SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 2 May 1930

KAROONDA SPORTS. ICaroonda Anz.ac Day sports were! held on the recreation grounds There was a good muster of supporters, and the meeting was a great success. Results: — Sheffield Handicap — L. R. Parker (4 yards), H. Mobbs (19), E. Wil helm (11). Time, 13 sec. Handicap Sprint, 75 yards — -L. It Parker (1 yard), K. Shepherd (9i) . Time, 8 4-5 sec. High JnmD — M. Fisher. L. R. Parker.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 2 May 1930

f LAND FOR SALE j I LARGS BAY - LARGS BAY - LARGS BAY | TWO BLOCKS, EACH 50ft. x 120ft. AFR1C STREET j «j- Owner Leaving the District. Must be Sold Immediately! 5 i Therefore the Price is Right. For full Particulars J j? Write 'VALUE' \ jb C/o 'Port Adelaide Gazette/' Commercial Rd., Port Adelaide !j Patronise Our Advertisers * & ? 422

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SAUSAGES AND SAWDUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 2 May 1930

SAUSAGES AND SAWDUST. Ihe parson was giving Pat a lec tm;f 4?n eating meat on a Friday. But it wasn't meat,' said Pat it was sausages.' ' 'Well, sausages are meat,' said the parson. 'And you must bring me a load of wood for your sins.' Pat eame along with a load of sawQUSt. What's that for, Pat,' said the parson. 'That's the load of wood, sir.' But sawdust isn't wood,' said the parson. 'Well if sausages is meat sawdust ; wood,' said Pat. A GOOD SPORT. A literary celebrity recently went to the States on a lecturing tour. He was no sailor, and suffered acutely from mal-de-mer. On arrival at New York he was met by a jour nalist who approached him and said: 'Sir, won't you contribute something to the 'Atlantic Monthly?' ' 'No, thank you,' came the reply. 'I have already contributed to the Atlantic daily.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 2 May 1930

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 2 May 1930

FOOTBALL. ^ The following are the results of the Port Adelaide Central School matches : — Poit Adelaide, 11 — 8, v. Croydon, J~'-r Goalkickers : Port — Davies (3), Martin (2), Wheaten, Harper, Hodson, Hocking, Gillis, Hagen (1 each). Best Players: Port — Harper, Hodson, Hocking, Hagen, Roslinjr, Martin. Port Adelaide, 17 — 5, v. Lefevre's 1—2- Goalkickers for Port — Harper (5), Pomphrey (5). Hodson, Whea ton, Davies (each 2- Coad (1). Best players for Port — Harper, Trilbeck, Kemphrey, Lambden, Hodson Rhodes. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 2 May 1930

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WRESTLING. LABRIOLA v. BURMISTER. AN EXCELLENT CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 2 May 1930

WRESTLING. LABRIOLA v. BURMISTER. AN EXCELLENT CONTEST. 'Struth, who 'is this char-?' That was the question loudly asked ( by many, and I am almost certain, most quietly thought by others, as Sam Burmeister (14.0) stepped into the ring, accompanied by the pro moter, ilr. LeCornu, at the City. Baths last Saturday night, to wage, wrestlintr war with Leone Labricla (14.'8), Italian champion. What an awe-inspiring figure he was! He had been billed in the city papers Els 'Samuel,' but very few knew that : his dinkum name was and is A1 Karasick. However, Mr. LeOornu, Sam Burmeister, second cousin to in a most happy and logical way, ex plained the why and wherefore of spch publicity in those mediums. He pointed out that although he would not engage 'Burm' (I sincerely hope Mr. -Burmister will pardon the famili arity) last season, he had every rea son to believe that, to put his speech briefly, 'Well, Labriola has got the ' job in front of him. and if 'Burm' (more apologies on my part) did ...

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EVOLUTION OF THE PROHIBITIONIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 2 May 1930

EVOLUTION OF THE : PROHIBITIONIST. A glance at the dictionary shows the definition of 'prohibitionist' as! 'a person who forbids.' Asumingi tl}2t the 'bloke' who compiled that! book knew his business — he certain jy used a lot of jawbreakers in the! compilation — the first prohibitionist ~\V£s the Creatoi*. He forbade ourj ! first parents to eat of the fruit of a -certain tree. That goes to prove that 'tne uaracn 01 tiden was at that stage ; ^Sry.' Adam and Eve disregarded' the injunction, and. this old chunk; ?-of mud has been 'wet' ever since. ?? U-As the years rolled on — so many, 1iti .fact, that they lumped together into centuries — others who had no claim to Divinity thought that, be cause they could do so without caus-i ) ing any personal inconvenience to themselves, it Would be a brilliant' -idea if they were to also issue an! 'injunction against the descendants; m Aflam ana r,ve. u s a great tmng, really, to be able, having no liking! .for some delicacy, to say to .yourl ?c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 2 May 1930

1 WINTER IS COMING ! I YOU WILL NEED' ALL THAT IS NECESSARY TO MAKE IT COSY. BLANKETS, DOWN QUILTS, WOOL UNDERCLOTHING, FLANNEL FLANNELETTES , OVERCOATS PULLOVERS WOOL VESTS, WOOL HALF HOSE AND HOSE j Lots of other Goods besides these will be wanted GET THEM NOW! You w 1 find them j - on the Tables at Prices to Suit Your Pockets N°- 1 TABLE- N°- 3 TABLE- j A lot of useful -REMNANTS at HALF- Gents' Wool and Wool and Cotton . II PRICE. Underwear? Half-Hose, Pullovers, etc. II :! N°- 2 N°- 4 TABLE LAD|(ES- 4JNBERVESTS, ' NIGHTS,. BLANKETS (Australian Made), DOWN UNDERSKIRTS, etc. QUILTS. ALL THE GOODS 4Hf. THESE TABLES ARE THE BEST VALUE TO BE OBTAINED MILLINERY- We liavc a very fine assortment of LADIES' and CHILDREN'S WINTER . HATS. Another Consignment has just come to hand. The Prices are Low for Quick Clearance ? jj The 'CASH GROCETERIA' VISIT IT AND GET YOUR MONEYS WORTH | OUR FAMOUS TEAS— Industria|. V6; No. 4,.l/9; No. 3,2/-, No.2,2/3; No. 1,2/6. Notice the Reduction in Prices. ...

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TABLOID TALKIE. Reel 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 2 May 1930

TABLOID^ TALKIE. Keel I. Client: 'I hate to suspect my wile, but ? ' ! Solicitor: 'You should engage a private detective. It doesn't sound nice but it's done.' 'i Client: 'Do you think the fellow could get evidence?' - solicitor: j_e its to oe got. Client: 'Of course, I don't like it, but he might be able to reassure; me, and give me peace of mind.' I Reel II. | Client: 'Better file the petition of mine.' 1 Solicitor: 'Did you find anything out?' j Client: 'Yes. My wife . . . she's opped it with your private detec tive.'

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USEFUL HINTS. Keep Sponges Sweet. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 2 May 1930

USEFUL HINTS. Keep Sponges Sweet. . To keep sponges sweet wash them; in warm water containing either vine jfar or a little Tartaric acid, rinBe them in plenty of cold water and hang in the -air to dry. Pricked Your Finger If fingers are pricked during the course of needlework and bloodstains appear on the material, damp a little starch and rub it at once into the stain. Wlven dry brush off the s arch and the stain will have disap peared. The Thermos Flask. To keep a thermos ilask sweet and dry when not in use wash and drain it well and nut. into it several small pieces of charcoal. The flask may then ba corked, and, even if not used for months, wll be perfectly sweet and clean when required. The Perspiration Stains. Few blemishes are more difficult te remove from material than perspi ration stains, but it can be done. Soak the stained parts in a solution of Glauber salts for a while, then hang up to -dry. If the first treat ment is unsuccessful repeat and then wasn the material. Swe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 2 May 1930

£ so ' ***** ON OFFER See I Pag| Seven

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