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

II ' ? I Z There is no doubt about it! ? ? THE 1 | Horace L Marston I ; AT THE PORT ADELAIDE MARKET AND | I ST. VINCENT SffiEET, ARE ABSOLUTELY 1 I THE CiffiAPEST STORES TO DO YOUR S'j ? ' /I | ^ j] I ; ^ ^ ? \] j GUARANTEED FRESH EGGS f | 1)8 ^ j 1 Nice Leah Racers Middle Bacon ?[ ! 1/3 * ; g ? - ' ? ? . ? ? PRIME CHEESE, both Mild and Strong' \ 1/-' i p ® ? ? POTATOES and ONIONS ' ? 28Ibs., 2/6; 141bs, 1/3; 71bs., 8 i'j : FOIL WEIGHT lib. TINS COCOA ? j 13 ! ? TEA! TEA! TEA! ' m ? * B A BIG DROP IN THE PRICE -T TEA ? ? ?' ; Marston's Special Indian Tea 1/6 lb. ? ? TRY THIS UNE a ? -I.., ? ? ? ? ' i ill ' ? ? '-J '' Best English Velours They are Lovely Hats — the Very Essenceof Smartness. You wHI find a Lovely Range of these up-to-date Fashion ModebinOurSho wroom ? - ? Don't miss seeing these LADIES! WE CAN $fOW YOU: ANiEXJGi^lONALLY FINE RANGE OF CARDIGANS IN 5IZ£S RIGHt UP TO EKTRA O.S. Coats OUR GOATS ARE REAL SMARTGOG&S AND OUR PRICES WILL SUIT ALL PURSES - Men's CARDIG...

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

Are you rheumatic? j When damp weather sets, in don't expect, to be rheumatic I ? Guard yourself against such risk! by strengthening the kidneys, j Normally, rich blood circulates] throughout the system, repairing j and nourisning the tissues, and! it is the duty of the kidneys to keep this blood pure. - | ® Overwork, worry or changes in! the weather, add to the burden. ! The kidneys may not be equal to the strain. They fail to filter out from the blood, uric acid and ! other harmful impurities, ? which i cause backache, lumbago, sciatica! and rheumatism. I Don1 t wait until these complaints j develop. Immediately you begin j to experience rheumatic twinges, i urinary trouble, backache, or other J sign of kidney disorder, use Doan s j Backache Kidney Pills, and you ! will soon be Weil again. Better! still, you can prevent kidney trouble | by taking an occasional course of | Doan's as a precaution. j Sold by all Chemists and Stores.! Foster-McClelian Go. j Proprietors, Sydney DOAN' S...

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

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

On Sale Every Friday «««« ? ????«?????-?? ?? ? ? m mm m u.mm ? « ? ? ? ?? » Published Continuously by F. /. Jennings for over 1 9 Years S ? ??««« ? ? ? 0® & £3 9.89 B ? ? ?? ? ???*?-? m Popt Adelaide Meeting £30 Highest -£20 in Correct Order | Selections be Left at 231 St. Vincent St., Port Adelaide MEETING ? DATE ? I hereby apply for the position of 'Sport' Tipsl&- for - your next meeting. I submit the following as a ?ample of my ability, on the understanding that if th!^ 1 'agisters MOST POINTS (five for a winner, three for * ^ second, and one for a third). I be paid £30, and should 't reoister SECOND HIGHEST £10, to supply a set of (elections for the next Metropolitan Race Meeting for publication In 'The Sport.' If other applicants tie with me, I agree to divide. I agree to accept the Editor's decision k final, and to abide by conditions as published in 'The Sport.' LAST EVENT (Special Salary for correct order) X ? 2 ? ? 3 ? ' Please send me subsequent issues of- ...

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A GOLDEN SILENCE A SUDDEN DISMISSAL—ANXIOUS' DAYS—A LOVE MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 2 May 1930

?A GOLDEN SILENCE BY . HENRY -X. tROWMHD. A SUDDENDISM1SSAL— ANXTOUS' BAYS— 'A LOVE MATCH. Two of the three important things in life had already happened to] Jerome Kenyon.' He had been born,] and he had just been married. Aside; from these vital episodes, nothing! noteworthy had occurred until hej was leaving the church with his bride. . Mot many minutes later his bride! left him with the passionate declara-l tion that she hoped never to .look, upon his face again! j ? This happened in .front -of -..the.! vjiitiiu. v^enc-rai oration, xne quarrel,' flaring up like the result of a lighted] match tossed on a heap -of unconfin-j ed explosive, left Jeromem no choice! but to withdraw hastily from ? the ; danger zone. 'With the stolid corifi-j dence of a; true -Briton, he-was fiilly convinced that the conflagration would: be - short-lived and- that- on' his ] return from cheeking r the luggage] he would':firid' his bride ' amenable' to argument. But in this : he was« mis-; taken, for he d...

Publication Title: Port Adelaide Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 2 May 1930

His First :r Favourite I iU^WOD'S greatest ^ builder of brain | and muscle. Always * eagerly enjoyed when I other food is refused, I M always crisp, delicious mtk MinIS and dependable.

Publication Title: Port Adelaide Gazette, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 2 May 1930

MOTORISTS ! SAVE MONEY ! BY USING J } SUNSHINE MOTOR SPIRIT : FIRST GRADE 1/U gallon; and a 'Ro-AMA' Commercial Motor Spirit ?: AUSTRALIAN GRADED, 1/8 gallon; also ?; Sunshine Motor Oil :l 1/3 quart, 5/ gallon jjj f WE WILL DELIVER ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY HEAD OFFICE: 70 O'CONNELL STREET, NORTH ADELAIDE. Phone C 2237 B i NOTE OUR DEPOTS — Young Street, City between Franklin Street and Waymouth Street; 83 Parade, Norwood; Corner Howard and Port Road, Beverley; Henley Beach Road, Z: Torrensville ; Gawler Agency — W. Tape, Willaston. USE SUNSHINE MOTOR SPIRIT AND OILS FOR EFFICIENCY; AND SAVE MONEY! ?:

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

LAUBMAN & PANK j Sight Testing and Manufacturing Opticians. 75 RUNDLE STREET, ADELAIDE, j SIGHT-TESTING | At Kirby. Chemist, St. Vincent Street. Porf Adelaide. EVERY FRIDAY, from 12.30 till 9 . p.m. Appointments may be m^dfl wi41* M* j Kirby or fling ^*'020 ^2

Publication Title: Port Adelaide Gazette, The
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ATHLETICS PROFESSIONALS [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 2 May 1930

ATHLETICS PROFESSIONALS Underdale Club had excellent wea ther for its seventh annual sports meeting. The main attraction was the appearance of Tim Banner, of New South Wales, and although this runner is not the force to be reckon ed with he was two or three years ago, when he was world's champion, the public were grateful to the Un derdale Club for his appearance m| Adelaide. Banner was not success-! ful in either of the handicap heat] events, and this goes to prove that our handicap runners are faster! than those of Victoria, as Banner; won his heat in the Stawell Gift the following day. In the match race, where Banner concecea Dunn 2 yards and Mobbs 4, we saw some thing of the real Banner, .as he ran just inside even time for the 100' yards and won by inches from the other two competitors. In the Gift it looked at first that the team of Aboriginals from Point scarce would fill the first three places, a;-: they all won their heats in fine style. They were R. T. Wil-( son, who won t...

Publication Title: Port Adelaide Gazette, The
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CONSIDER THE STOVE. NECESSARY TO EXAMINE OCCASIONALLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 2 May 1930

CONSIDER THE STOVE. NECESSARY TO EXAMINE OCCASIONALLY. : In pioneering days it was con- , sidered the height of luxury to be possessed of a colonial oven V ? the surt .that bad a fire on top, and two bars across to sup - port' kettles and pant, and a *e con fire beneath, when baking ? was in progress. '/ . Since then we have gone a long ji; way, and ovens have been improved in. ways that have meant undreamed of cpn'/eniences in cookery. Wood ard coal are no longier the only al ternatives for fuel, but kerosene, gas, and electricity also claim atten tion.. And modern, ranges ^ have greatly increased in general effi . ciecy. ;To a woman, and a housekeeper, . goes the credit for inven irig the cabinet type of stove that raised the oven to ; the level of the top stove burners, and did away with back breaking and face-roasting stooping while cooking. And the thermomemter has enter ed the kitchen, and has brought a new control over- cooking processes. . and $n assurance of uniform resuits...

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LOOK TO THE DETAILS. HOW DO YOU WEAR YOUR CLOTHES? [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 2 May 1930

LOOK TO THE DETAILS. HOW DO YOU WEAR YOUR CLOTHES? Autumn's new silhouette is going to mean more grace fc w?men ee nerally, provided we take the trou ble to wear, our clothes as they should be worn. Short gowns with uneven ';ems can look untidy enough if carelessly AM lmf ?Ano- fvnni.-c TirifVi f TQ ll in rr .flounces and uneven hems, if badly Sworn, are going to look positively, bedraggled. How few women trouble to hold themselves upright with shoulders squared and chin up! Upon a slouching figure drooning forlornly at the waist and shoulders, the, most expensive model gown will show to disadvantage. There are two points to observe in wearing one's clothes, firstly to put them on properly, seams straight — collar on the neck, and not half way down the back, shoulders on the shoulders. Secondly the hang of the - body on which the satisfactory hang ^ of the clothing must depend. Draw yourself ei'ect, take a deep breath until the lungs and dia- I phragm are full, and then let it out s...

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LATEST FOR LADIES THE WINTER COAT MODELS IN TWEED AND CLOTH SEASON'S SMART COLORS DECIDEDLY BECOMING [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 2 May 1930

LATEST FOR LADIES THE WINTER COAT MODELS IN TWEED AND CLOTH SEASONS SMART COLORS DECIDEDLY BECOMING The coat, whether it be in tweec\ velours, (ace cloth, is unquestionably the item of chief importance -'in the winter en semble for outdoor Wear. Never before has richness in effect been /equally successfully achieved through the medium of trimmings, inclusive of fur, and, not infrequently, fur combined with spiral and square in lets in emltrniJ^i'v in ? ? ? — - j ?» tuuiv»«\. «»5 a* ucvviwjjcu iu subdued multi-tortes.- - Top coats in tweed will be in great demand, but it is doubt ful whether models in such class ' result iithtr as ' attractively or as economically as those in material and style adaptable to b.th morning and afternoon requirements. Fashionable as the tweed ensemble will be, in strictly correct view, it may make appropriate appearance only in the couniry, the sport -field, or on other quite informal occasion. This act should influence wfien limited fi nancial resources...

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AT THE PEARLY GATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 2 May 1930

AT THE PEARLY GATES. The huge bell clangs at St. Peter's gate — A warning of crowds who, impatient wait.; Their Journey long, their strength flear spent, (They've just passed thro' a strenuous Lent), But, key'-l with a ' thought of the joys to come, They come, breaths exuding a smell of rum. - Pushing and struggling for pride of place. : A Prohibitionist thrusts his face. Ajl through his life he had been a nark — In hopes that in Heaven he'd make his mark. The joys of earth he did oft revile, And showed not e'en a tolerant smile When these with red blood the substance sought, Disdaining the shadow which counts for nought. Impatience showed in the Pro's lean face, Which had not even the saving 'grace Of charity sweet to recommend. He gritted 'I'm here, for myself to find. And when a place for myself I've picked. Then, for this chap whom on earth I kicked, I may crave a possy, low, obscure. * He'd have gone to damnation without me, sure.' By the hand he held a bookmaker, fat, Who, con...

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

jftfWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWVVWWWWW i j HARDY GROWN SEEDLINGS FOR \ I PRESENT PLANTING | BEAUTY STOCK, SEPARATE COLORS AND MIXED 1 I ICELAND POPPIES, MIXED, PINK AND TANGERINE i PANSIES, VIOLAS, ANTIRRHINUMS, VEGETABLE PLANTS 5 M. G. HILL ART FLORIST, ETC. ? 230 COMMERCIAL ROAD. PORT ADELAIDE j:

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

KNOWLEDGE KERNELS. A soda fountain and an ice-cream manufacturing plant have been open ed aboard the United States cruiser Memphis. The 430 seamen aboard consume 80 gallons of ice-cream daily. _ ! n * * * ~ 1 Eighty-five per cent, of the French people are landowners, and they em ploy themselves, thereby also fur nishing employment for the remain*. 15 per cent, of the population. That is why France, alone among civilised nati- ns, remains unafflicted by un employment. * ♦ * * Polo originated in Persia, spread ing from there through Turkestan and Tibet to India, where it was taken up by British cavalry officers. It became a popular sport in Eng land about 1875. * # * * The tiny bow found on the inside of men's hats is a relic of the time when hats were made in but few sizes, so that a drawstring was in serted in the lining to make it ad justable to the head. * * * * One thousand ancient Greek cups of solid gold, valued at nearly £100,000 have fallen into the laps of the authorities of...

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

'.WJV.VA,.W.*.VAVAV.V.V.V.V.V.S.V.W.*.SV.V.V.V/^ 1 LADIES ! ! | $ OF SEMAPHORE AND D!STRICT S ? Patronise | 'LA MAISON' LADIES' TOILET SALON | jfi (Right Opposite Station) jC' 3' EXPERT HAIRDRESSERS WITH YEARS OF EXPERIENCE f i ? $ MARCEL WAVING ? 2/ ?: i CUTTING - - ? ? 1/ £ 5 ? f WE DO NOT EMPLOY AMATEURS! PATRONISE THE V - HAIRDRESSERS WITH A LIFETIME EXPERIENCE S Telephone: Y6097. _3 a ? ? ? a ? Q ? ? « wmmmwmumm nm-xmmwwmKwwwmMmnMmMMMmMm*

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ANDREWS OUTPOINTS DAVIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 2 May 1930

ANDREWS OUTPOINTS DAVIS. Tiger Andrews (11 st. 2 lb.), of Victoria, easily outpointed Sam Davis (11 st. 4 lb.), of England, in a 15-rounds boxing contest at the Perth Unity Stadium on Saturday night.

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

MODERN BAKERY ] F. R. Forster, Proprietor ij 130 ST. VINCENT STREET, PORT ADELAIDE 3 The Oldest and- Best Cake Shop in the Po*t Still j Maintains its Reputation J . BEST QUALITY SPONGES and BLOCK CAKE, 1/- per lb. 5 (Friday and Saturday Only) ? JAM ROLL ? ? , . .. 2Ibs. for 1 /9 J CHOCOLATE ROLL ? ? ? .. .. 2lbs. for 1/9 ] CURRANT CAKE ? ? . . 21bs. for 1/9 '] All Orders, Wholesale or Retail Promptly Attended to. J 130 St. Vincent Street, Port Adelaide. Phone J 2218 ; a ? __ _ '' _ - ' ' ' Q

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BOXING PETERS DRAWS WITH McALISTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 2 May 1930

BOXING PETERS DRAWS WITH McALISTER. The contest between the English bantamweight, Johnny Peters, and ?lly McAlister, Australian cham pion, at the Sydney Stadium on Sat urday night resulted in a draw. In defence and fast work Peters held the advantage, but McAlister punch ed with greater force. f

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THE GREAT UNPAID. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 2 May 1930

THE GREAT UNPAID. How much is a wife worth? An Ameif.ciin woman, who -has been married for 30 years, has just been reckoning it up. She claims that during this ^period she has served 235,425 meals; baked 33,190 loaves, 5,930 cakes and 7,960 fruit pies; preserved 1,550 quarts of fruit, and spent 36,461 hours in sweeping, dusting, washing, and similar tasks. Apparently she lives in the country, for she has also miKpr? 7 pViij-lr- ens and churned 5,540 lb. of butter. In all, this lady estimates that she has done work worth about £23,000, and never collected a halfpenny of it. But surely she ate some of the food she prepared — and got new clothes sometimes, and had an oc caesional outing? There is also sleeping accommodation. Counting these in, she probably got at least the equivalent of the odd £3,000. And perhaps her estimate of the value of her services is a bit hiah. Sunsose she had been working for wages, would she have received very much more than £3,000 during the 30 years?

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