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

I I I IB i iiiiiiiiiiiiibiiibbbi NOTICE.—10 PERS0NS about to have their J CLOTHES DRY CLEANED ? COME TO US* J Clothes Dry Cleaned by us are Thoroughly Cleaned ? OUR PRICE— J SUITS CI COSTUMES J ? FROCKS 'I TOPCOATS ? ? I ? OUR PRESSING IS ALL DONE BY HAND ENSURING A ? PERFECT FINISH, AND AT THE SAME TIME RETAINING THE ? ? ORIGINAL SHAPE. ? ' F. J. WHITMARSH & SON I ' ? TAILORS AND DRY CLEANERS . ' ' 137 COMMERCIAL ROAD, PORT ADELAIDE ' g (Opposite Corner to Newmarket Hotel) g

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PRODUCTION TRANSFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 January 1930

PRODUCTION TRANS FORMA- , TION. j Radical changes have marked the activities of British studios in the past twelve m ' nths, during when ? local picture duction has under gone _ the difficult- transformation from silent to talkies. In January, 1929, 19 feature films, all. silent, ' were in course of production. At that time nrit even one talkie had started, and very few caredj to hazard a guess as to when work on sound films would actually com mence. To-day there is not a single silent film being made, while al though talkies are : taking less time to make, the output is less now than for some time. However, one or two subjects are delayed owing to lack of floor space,, and at least two active studios will be getting under way before long.

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

/ R. B. CLARKE'S FAMOUS RHEUMATIC CURL , Has never, been known to fail in one single case when the instructions havs been carried out. Over 1600 cases have been treated since June 15th last. Large sums have been ? rr'ered for the prescription. Two hundred pronounced cases of total cr.pples of Rheumatoid, Orthritis cured. y-m can obtain you supplies from j. J. CUMMINGS Grocer TORRENS ROAD, ALBERTON. (Near Ozone Picture Theatre) i Dance & Euchre | j? TO EE HELD I EVERY WEDNESDAY NIGHT AT 7.45 P.M. AT THE | I W.M.A. THEATRE, NILE STREET | f PORT ADELAIDE f i ? i 5 Proceeds m aid of the DISTRESSED WIVES and FAMILIES j» 5 of Waterside Workers. i iP Cool DrinLs and Sweets Provided. Jp J Monte Carlo and Streamer Waltz. Dancing 8 till 10.45. 5 JJ Old and New Dances. 5 ? Tom Garnaut's Jazz Band in attendance.' 5 ? ADMISSION— GENTS, 1/-; LADIES, 6d. f jjj F. A. CARR.Iion. -Secretary. ^ '/IWAWiV.V.VWrtV^V VJVUWWJVVWWWVWVWWWVWW

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"BIG TIME." [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 January 1930

'BIG TIME.' Stepin Fetehit, who has an impor tant role in 'Big :Time' was named for a racehorse, recently decided to try his luck at the Tia Juana races. He chanced to visit the well-known ' Mexican track on tTie day that 14' races were on the card, and placed a modest wager on every event, but didn't cash one of them. The horses were at the post for the 14th race, and Stepin, with hundreds of others, j was breathlessly awaiting ' the well- 1 known cry 'They're off!' Stepin lazily turning to his companion) drawled: 'Thass th' fust call mah' hoss has had to-day.' The horse the | colored comedian bet on won thei race, and Step was jubilant, but hisj joy was 'turned to grief when he made the discovery that he had lost his winning ticket.

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

rWrfWWWWWWWWWVWVWWWVVWWWVWWVWtf THE CENTRAL HOTEL I IS NOW UNDER jl 5 entirely new management j: J j the new proprietors are :| I W. J. LEE A® MRS. E. KNAPMAN jj ^ DROP IN AND. SEE US J ! - ALL DRINKS TRUE TO LABEL : !; , '- You are Assured of 5 J CLEANLINESS THE 5 S COURTESY and AT ' rrNTDAI if - CONVIVIALITY CLHlKAL £ I IN OUR BOTTLE DEPARTMENT | | THE PRICES ARE RIGHT 5 I THE CENTRAL HOTEL I 5 (NEAR BLACK DIAMOND CORNER) J

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"JEW SUSS." [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 January 1930

'JEW SUSS.' Securing the American and Aus tralian rights or the dramatic version of Feuchtwanger's novel 'Jew Suss,' J. C. Williamson, Ltd., presented it in New York on Januarv 18, with Mau rice Mo^covitch 'as the Jew. Later the play, which has achieved a great success in London, with. Matheson Lang and Frank Harvey in the cast, will be produced ' in Sydney. E. J. Tait, who is at present in New York,! was present at the opening perform- ' ance under the firm's- management. 'London Skatch' in its notice of 'Jew Suss'' speaks of Frank Harvey's 'super-excelltnt performance as tht. Duke,' anc says me acting, through- ' out 'this wonderful play-' is magni-j | ficent. j

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BRILLIANT TIME-MAKER. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 January 1930

BRILLIANT TIME-MAKER.^ . i ? The perrormance of the strapping four-year-old, Sun Beau, in winning the Hawthorn Gold Cup over a lyile and a quarter, and beating the East ern American champion. Misstep, aroused considerable enthusiasm. Sun Beau is being hailed as the best Ull ages horse in America. A fortnight earlier he had won the Havre de Grace Cup. Display, who last ytear defeated Mike Hall (now in Ehg la#d) in a sensational finish, made a time record in this race. Sun Beau won decisively, and cut two seconds off Display's record. The sort of gal loper Sun Beau is was revealed by the sectional times. He ran the first two furlongs in 23 3-5 sec., and the half mile in 47 4-5 sec. The six furlofigs took 1.11 3-5, and the mile 1.36 1-5. The full distance was run in 2.1 3-5. This time has been only orice sur passed over the distance on an Ame rican racecourse. When Sarazen beat the French champion, iEpinard, he ran it in 2.0 4-5. Sun Beau is by imported Sun Briar (who is at-t-he stud a...

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WORTH KNOWING. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 January 1930

WORTH ^KNOWING. ' An old cock amongst the cockerels will help to prevent fiehting. . The French boil old fowls in fat; this adds to the flavor of the mpat and keeps it moist. A single comb should rise from where the beak joins the head. ' Never feed .or water the chicks- in the brooder; encourage them to come out and eat or drink in the cobler air. To be successful one needs to have a certain amount of .discretion and foresight and lots of backbone. ? What one man has done in the^in dustry most men can, but it ta^ces time, perseverance, and grit. A few poor layers in the flock will reduce the egg average and the pro fits. It has been said that laying com petitions are only advertisement for breeders — but they run the risk of a bad advertisement through thieir team not testing satsifactorily-. or '.aying underweight eggs. So it cuts both ways. '

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

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AUTUMN HAT FASHIONS DRESS STYLES HAVE INFLUENCE ON SMARTNESS SILHOUETTE MUST BE IN KEEPING WITH FEMININE TALENT [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 January 1930

AUTUMN HAT FASHIONS \ ? i DRESS STYLES HAVE INFLUENCE ON \ SMARTNESS I A 41 SILHOUETTE MUST BE IN KEEPING WITH FEMENIlk TALENT : ? ? ' a) — Keeping one's head smart these days rnciudes a number of new i tri cks. i Now we can literally raise an eyebrow without any offence to ' tfce wide-brimmed (ncdeis of yesterday, for that is considered 4 the belt possible behaviour in high-class millinery circles. fi A brazen glance at the back of the neck is also considered good -S Form, since the models, with few exceptions, invite intimate attrition to the decorative deails to be found there. In plainer words, the newest millinery models are designed to reveal our Florentine foreheads, and snuggle closely against our shingled necklines. What mpre could we desire? Should our foreheads be furrowed with care we may conceal their '* blemishes by means of tiny and entrancing eye-veils, or we may resort to the kindly line of an upturned brim. Not really flattering is the classification --*iven to one...

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

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THAT JADE FORTUNE [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 January 1930

THAT JADE FORTUNE By R. J. B. SELLER. Ah, Moreland, sic down. I want to . see you about . . . ah . . . something.' I Noel Moreland obeyed. He felt1 suddenly alert, apprehensive. Know-| ing every cadence of his employer's : toner he felt he had some reason fori disquiet. He thought swiftly of any] recent act or omission of his that] might call for rebuke; but he could find none. j Old Hartley Falconer swung round j in his creaking desk chair to face his chief lieutenant. He was always a; reserved and reticent man, severe) even, but unlmpeachably just. That] morning his heavy humourless fea-i tures registered worried preoccupa-i tion. He tapped the -polished maho-j gany with his short stubby fingers for' a full half-minute before he began toi talk'. j Noel waited, on guard. ! 'This may come as a shock to you, ' Moreland. The fact is, I want you! to look out for another situation, j You have served me so well that I am not going, to say that you must go at the . end of the month, nor i...

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

Help the kidneys! What a lot of trouble is caused 'by disordered kidneys, vet fre quently the more easily remedied symptoms are neglected. aThis means that poisons are allowed to overrun the system, upsetting the nerves, inflaming the joints and muscles, and starting most serious kidney complications. Be quick to safeguard the kidneys if you experience rheumatic pains, headaches, backache, dizziness and annoying bladder irregularities ; or if you feel dispirited, irritable, nervous, and ' all worn out.' It is dangerous to continue neglect of such warnings — the one wise course is to strengthen the weakening kidneys without delay. Doan's Backache Kidney Pills can do this ; they will make you well and keep you well. Get a bottle now. and p^ove this for yourself. Sold by all Chemists and Stores. Foster-McGlellan Co. Proprietors, Sydney ? DOAN'S' BACKACHE KIDNEY PILLS

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USEFUL HINTS CLEANING BRASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 January 1930

USEFUL HINTS CLEANING BRASS. To remove rust from .br^ss,,' grind a- small piece of bath-brick to a fine j powder; and mix to a .paste with'kero-i senei Apply to the brass with ? a j piece of flannel, and ? rub well. Rinse 1 in cold water, dry, then rub with] lemon juice- and salt. Repeat 'the process; if necessary. If lemons are not obtainable, stains may be removed from brass by an application of vinegar and powdered common salt.' ' Apply with a piece of flannel, -then rub with a dry cloth, and polish finally with a chamois. Brass greatly soiled may be re newed by tubbing with a rag mois tened .with alcohol. -Afterwards, brighten with an application of lemon juice stained through muslin and powdered =salt. Aluminium ware, showing , black marks, may be cleaned by rubbing with .a soft rag dipped in linseed oil mixed with a piece of lard and a little] iastile soap. For the. purpose of) ?ctteaning aluminium, household soap! should : not be used, as the. soda con tained will dull the me...

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STONES TELL TALES. Pick und Shovel are Providing a Real Searchlight on England's Past [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 January 1930

STONES TILL TALES. tfidc 3^ Shovel ^arerProviding ??&! ; Real&arthlig&t on I ' England's Pa*t. j Mokt people .have - seen t pictures of Phoenician traders -offering ^ their -wares in exchange for' tin to - Ancient - Britons -on the - Cor- - null coast, and so know that, ,, «ven before the coming ? of the Romans, Britain was in touch, wiith khe'duiside world. r: - v But few people realise just .how, --iar^the influence of tKit outkide ; ipeiietrated, or how curious a ,Afeght prehistoric remains in. Britain '-throw on our remote ancestors. .. One 6f the most Significant dis ' djbbv^ries made in the British Isle was .Arjiughtto light recently -&t- Sk&ra -?Brae, on the Bay of Skail, in Ork ney. Among other relics found was . i JS. .^IBfible -axe; ; the sacred -fcmblem of ~-^Crete in. the days of the Minoan Civilisation,. probatoly the oldest civil ? isation in the world. . -t.i.j . Some of Our Conquerors. There are anUmberof scientists to ' -day: ...

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

WHAT MB SPENDING COST ?j How much does 'it cost you to spend £100? The answer is £100 do\*n, and at least £4 per annum for the rest of your life. | « Yet what man would knowingly spend £100 that put him under obligation to £ay £4 per year for life? 8 a None, perhaps, but many do it unconsciously when they spend moifey that might otherwise have earned interest at 4r/« indefinitely. J i Every pound you spend has attached to it an invisible string of pennfes which you spend with it. j[ i KEEP YOUR MONEY IN A SAVINGS ACCOUNT AND EARN, N-|T SPEND, 4% INTEREST PER ANNUM j (Cbmmonwcaltf) SavmasBank of Hustralti GUARANTEED BY THE COMMONWEALTH GOVERNMENT f ? , ? , — , ? . - ,

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

KNOWLEDGE KERNELS. -UlC ? . , , ? -;-v* : Although the prospects-are better ' _4n the .big stores and ir. trades, 70 ;ojier cent, of girls leaving school - rjvmnt to go to offices because thei hours are shorter. ? * * * * j During his year of office the Lord Mayor of London may have to at tend anything up to 400 banquets.! putting in an appearance at two in' ^,,,pne evening. i .* . T* * * * Among' the semi-precious stpnes to] Jae found on the shores of the Bri JJfish Isles are carnelians, rock crye- ] /.talSj agates, amethyst matrixi 5et. ? onyx and aquaramines. *. * # * Sark, one of the Channnel Is-j , ...lands, has many curious local taxes,! one being paid in fowls by each! ^ house according to the number of ^^Jhimneys it possesses. * * * * i... Dwellings erected by the London County Council provide homes for , ,over 189,000 persons. There were .,,44,889 dwellings in use at the end ? of March. * ? * * * ... 'Bungum' is the local name for , , the river mud at Tilbury, on the -Thame...

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JOCKEY J. MUNRO. OFF TO RIDE IN GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 January 1930

JOCKEY J. MUNRO. OFF TO RIDE IN GERMANY. m (By Gldtimer.) J. Munro, now on his way to ride in Germany, leaves behind him a brilliant ' record of successess in the saddle -which cider jockeys may envy and young apprentices of the pigskin can emulate. Though now somewhat taller than most of the weazened lads that adopt a thrilling branbh of the racing, game as their profession. Munro was small enough when he first be s:an to ride. It caused no surprise that, success came early, because his; father 'Hugh, to whom he was ap prenticed, had been a jockey him self in a hard school under the late C. L. McDonald, of St. Albans: Be fore that 'Hughie Munro was con nected with W. J. E. Savill down at the 'historic Lockleys, and every Saturday when there was no race meeting1 on tap— and there were not many turf fixtures here in Adelaide 5ft years ago, there being only the STA.J.C. and the A.R.C. to keep the flag flying — Hughie was want to play football with the Ports, and a very good toeballer ...

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

L * NELSON'S BOOT STORES ; Commercial Road Port Adelaide ; EXPERT BOOT REPAIRERS j SAME DAY SERVICE FROM ! OUR OWN FACTORY | PHONE: J 2721 ' NELSONS' BOOT STORES f— ^

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

£§o ON OFFER See Page Seven \ ? ? ? ? ' '

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