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

BACK TO SEMAPHORE WEEK May everyone have a really happy time during this great ? Home Coming' Carnival j To help you keep your housekeeping expenses down to a I ?minimum, allowing you ? to give more liberally to* the Mayor's : Unfemployed Fund, I airi cutting prices to? rock' bottom jJMIs— nam ? 7jd. tin Quince ....... 9d. tin ' 1 ' 'Apricbt ? 8Jd. tin 'Kg' ? 9 I'd.' tin PRESERVED FRUITS — j Peaches, large 9£d., small 8d ; Apricots/large small 8d Pears, 'arge lid., small 9d. Pineapple, - large 1/2, «m?'I ~ , 10id. Tomato Sauce, small . 8Jd., large, 1/3J S.R. ' Flour, best, 6(bs. 1 /2S, 2lb. -5|d. pkt. Potatoes ? : 141bs. 1 /2 Best Factory ? Sutter, 2/ J lb. Second Grade . . . l/10; lb. Choice Matured Cheese, 1/1 lb. Eggs,|new laid . . . ll£d. doz. Bacon, choice roll . . 1_3& fo Mr' is the Right Time to Fsoitt up your home. Use the Best 'Ready-Mixed Paint. It is . ? Cheaper, too. PRICE 20/9 per GALLJ0N, first grade. We are also Sole Agents for Semaphore arid Largs for Sterlin...

Publication Title: Port Adelaide Gazette, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 January 1930

? ? I -????????????? ?? ? ? ? «£' - : ???? :\ m ? ?;m ; ; ? ? ? fc*. ' ' v': ' ; ' ? ''.A ? , * . ? ? ? I WATCH \ -'?' ' ^ ' '* .ll- ' 'V- / . ?- ? ?, 1 } ' ? ? . 'j pM ' * ? . '?? ' ' ' ' - ? . 2 [IT WILL! 7 ? IPAY YOUj ? , ' a ^ ? ? 'i ? ' ? ? J £ Back To Semaphore j JAMES DUELL LIMITED Semaphore BIG Drapers Are Showing Wonderful Bargains Ladies PURE SILK HOSE, Sky, - ll^d. pair Children's WASHING ..HATS, hundreds to choose from ? ? 1/ each Women's Strong STRAW HATS ? 1/ each RIBBONS to trim them with, all colors I d. yd LADY'S FROCKS BEING PRACTICALLY Jf GIVEN AWAY Figured CREPE DE CHINE FROCKS 19/1 1 Ladies' TWO-PIECE BATHERS ? 2/11 |||| 1 Ladies' COMBINATION BATHING SUITS II 5/1 1 and — — — — — 6/1 1 llll i Men's and-$oys' One-Piece BATHERS 1/1 1 |||l CROCHET SILLK, in every possible color jj|| ? 2id. ball CRQCHET SILLK, three shades only, 11 1/ doz. balls llll WE ARE SWPLY GIVING DUELL'S STOCK AWAY, AND WE CAN AFFORD TO CONSIDERING WE BOUGHT IT FOR ONLY HALF ITS REAL mUE THE N...

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TWO GREAT RIVALS. THE AUSTRALIAN PEER AND ABERCORN. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 January 1930

TWO GREAT RIVALS, i ? * — ' — THE AUSTRALIAN PEER AND ' ABERCORN. ? I A Derby success is a valuable cre-j dential for a horse to take to the stud, but this does not necessarily' m ean that classic heroes never fail as sires. Far from it. There have been a number of instances all over the world of Derby winners of high class proving ' almost valueless as sires. There is no need, to 2° beyond our own country'to find cases of the kind. Take those great rivals of the 80's, Abercorn and Australian Peer. It may be doing them an injustice to say that they were blanks at the stud, but without gbing beyond the truth it can be asserted that neither realised expectations after leaving the race course. ' jJThere may be some justifi cation': fot - thinking that Abercorn would have died with a better record had he remained in Australia, instead of going to England, though he cer tainly was not without chances in the -old country. j Few Australian sires sent abroad added to their reputations. One ...

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

AMUSED. We hear so much of the modern girl, but] hew about this for a modern young man who' had taken a young lady out. After eaying j 'good night,' she went inside and was very . astonished to see a black mark all round her: lips. It was some moments before she realised that the young man's tooth-brush moustache was not as real as it should be, but must have been 'touched up' to appear thicker than it really was. ? .«£?!

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COOKERY HINTS. TOMATO OMELETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 January 1930

COOKERY HINTS. TOMATO OMELETTE. Six tomatces, one tablespoon water, salt and pepper, parsley, two eggs, or more if they are plentiful and cheap. Scald tomatoes, peel and pla:e in saucepai? with water and salt. When they begin to boil, add eggs, well beaten, and parsley, and stir till cooked, but do not let -them boil. Serve on hot buttered toast, alone of with fried bacon, it is advisable to place an as bestos mat under the saucepan, then they do not need so much attention. I ORANGE AND LEMON JUICE. j Use double ai many oranges as lemons; select as many oranges as lemons; select good fruit, free from decay, then wipe them perfectly dry; squeeze and strain the juice through a hair sieve j into all earthen pan; to each pint of fruit allow | ors pound and a half of double-refined sugar, cr little more if fruit is very acid; pour the juice! cn sugar; stir well daily, until the sugar is well mixed and all the scum has risen; when it has been a month in the pan bottle for use. TOMATO CATS...

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

l PORT ADELAIDE INDUSTRIAL :j ?r ? mi ? CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY ? '? * B ] ? ? ? ? ; ? B ?** ? *- All to Clear at ! COST PRICE j ? MENS' FELT HATS, Special Quality, and all Sizes. Price 9/11 ?' m'- LADIES' BANKER SILK HOSE, all Shades. To Clear 5/1-1 pr. J m MEN'SBOOTS, in allSizcs, Tiui and; Blacky 16/6, 17/6, and ? ?' »' ? ? 19/6 pair B ? - PASSAGE CARPET, Good Quality, 1/6, 2/6, 3/6, 4/6 yard ? ** BOYS1 SHIRTS; aH Sizes ? ? Price, 1/11 each Z ? BOYS' CAPS, Special Vatae ? 93., 1/, 1/3 each ? ?* PRESTIGE HOSE, aU Shades, 3/11; 4/11, 5/11, 6/11 pair || ?SEE ALTERA110NSIN OUR CASH: GROCETERIA I z DEPARTTMENT ' ? THE lPORT ADELAIDE INDUSTRIAL CO-OPERATIVE ? * SOCIETY LIMITED | ? 1 ? ? ? a

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The Best Dripping. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 January 1930

The Best Dripping. The cheapest and best dripping d 'J'1 obtained from marrow bones. The^'^ fat, after being claritteed, is a spleu-. did butter substitute for cake and pastry making. 7;'*^ ? : ? ^ ? 11 — i'

Publication Title: Port Adelaide Gazette, The
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POTATOES A LA DUCHESSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 January 1930

POTATOES A LA DUCHESSE. Take: a pound of potatoes, one egg, an ounce and a half of flour, with pepper and salt. Boll and tnash the potatoes smooth. Mix in the egg seasoning and flour. Have ready some hot; fat. Take tip' a spoonful of the mixture in a rough ' shape and drop it. in. Fry a pale brown and drain oh white paper. Pile high on a dish and garnish with fried parsley. EMERGENCY TREATMENT. In country districts and outer suburbs, where gas and electricity are not installed, and it is necessary to light the wood stove in order to get ;hot water for treatment for convulsions, quick treatment is essential. A very quick and reliable method of dealing with convulsions under theie circumstances is to make a mixture in the pro portions of one tablespoon mustard and one des sertspoon flour; mix with enough olive oil to make a plascter, spread on thin muslin, and apply to chest and pains of hands. Relief is al most instantaneous. FOOT PROTECTION. Running about bare-footed, a child is oft...

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After Lighting Gas Oven. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 January 1930

After Lighting Gas Oven. Two minutes after lighting tne burners of a gas stove open the oven door for a second or two to allow the moist air to escape and the oven will heat much quicker.

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

OZONE THEATRE PORT ADELAIDE I ATTRACTIONS Saturday, January 25 ' CABARET NIGHT ' with an AH Star Cast Will Rogers and Louise Fazenda in ' THE TEXAS STEER ' Monday, January 27, and Tuesday, January 28 RAMON NAVARRO ih 'FORBIDDEN HOURS ' KEN MAYNARD in 'THE ROYAL RIDER' Wednesday, Jan. 29, Thursday, Jan. 30, Friday, Jan. 31 ' SHIRAZ ' with an All Star Cast r DOUGLAS McLEAN in 'DIVORCE MADE EASY' ' SOUTHERN NIGHTS ' Written and Composed -by JACK FEWSTER (Musical Director Ozone Theatres Ltd.) and TOM KING, ? ? / ? OZONE THEATRE SEMAPHORE I ATTRACTIONS | Saturday, Jan. 25, Monday, Jan. 27, Tuesday, Jan. 28 LEE TRACEY in ' BIG TIME' Noah Beery and Olive Borden in ' LOVE AND THE DESERT ' Wednesday, Jan. 29, Thursday, Jaiu. 30, Friday, Jan. 31 , LOIS MORAN in ' WORDS AND MUSIC ' . Charles Morton and Leila Hyams in ' THE FAR CALL ' /iw ? La I r £ ? y ?. | \ ? . : . F F11 -? , ,1ft' . 1 J T- : ' ) & — ' f ij; ^ I ' ij. f i r f & 1 ^ ' '~=^- Sleepy Soulhsra Mights the world has...

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

WORTH KNOWING j ? - ! KEEPING MILK COOL. I A simple way to keeo baby's milk cool H j the summer in homes where there are no ice* ! ch^-ts: — Dissolve seme borax in boiling watev' rnd wrinq clrth out of it. Shake chth wet),, then the round jug. It will keep ccol for some j length cf iinm*, and as it dries, repeat. Ther* is no need to use much borax after the first ! time. j A S MPLE REMEDY. ? vYn-n my bal?y gets the wind very hadly 1 find rubbing gently around her stomach with I o'ive oil brinas up the wind immediately. A». 1 old nurse told me .this remedy. 1 found it «? great b:on when baby was doubled up with pais j STARCH FOR SUNBURN. i A tj-cd remedy for sunburn, which mothsrv ? 'an prepare quickly, after returning lror„ th» | seaside or pirnic. is boiled starch, made fairly 1 thick. Allow the starch to become cold and thick, | and just pat it cn the skin gently. A MILK SUBSTITUTE. j During the summer months, instead cf taking , ricks with milk, on very h^t days, I prepare I erri...

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GREEDY GREEDY! It Doesn't Pay to Eat Everything You See, as the Cow Found When it Tackled the Trousers. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 January 1930

GREEDY. GREEDY! It Doesn't Pay to Eat Everything j You See, as tlie Cow Found | When it Tackled the i I Trousers. j Cats love birds — though thjeir j method of showiilg ' their affec- j tion doesn't commend itself ? to bird-lovers of another kind.. But i at least one cat has discovered j that it is well to temper this [ instinct with discretion. ! This cat recently saw a 'big sea-! gull sunning himself on a rock be side the sea near Scarborough, Eng-. land, crept up behind it, and sprang. Right on the gull's back it land-ad, but the gull didn't wait to be eaten.' It took to flight, seawards, with the cat clinging frantically to its back. But it was no use — it couldn't main tain its hold, and fell off into the sea. I That animal probably didn't know, seaeulls. In places where the bigger j varieties, ' such as the great black backed gull, are found, cats will often get under cover when they ap-! pear. For they're just as greedy as {?He cat who fancied a seagull for! dinner, and more ...

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BLACK LACE. GREEN LEAVES AND ROSEBUDS EXQUISITE TRIMMINGS FOR " UNDIES." [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 January 1930

BLACK LACE. GREEN LEAVES AND ROSEBUDS EXQUISITE TRIMMINGS FOR ' UNDIES.' Always that nation of ' some- | thing a little different' suggests i Paris, and frequently the ] novelty is one that commends I itself to home dressmakers, who must needs renovate thjeir old frocks. A sleeveless frock of lil^ht-toned silk gains a touch of i the picturesque from a scarf of brilliantly patterned silk, fast ened in front, brought loosely over the shoulders, with the , ends drawn through a ring of fur. j The idea is not nearly so extreme' as it seems. Fur, combined with silk,! enhances the attraction of both, and. the scarf ring can be fashioned of'1 the unworn part of an old fur cuff.i The new necklaces of tiny wax beads, J twisted and knotted, are a happy) notion for the older woman, who looks better with a neck ornament of some kind. I Beauty in Bucklcs. { Buckles of infinite beauty and variety are another timely sugges-l [tion for Ynlteide presentations.] [There are the glittering diamante i or...

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BOOK REVIEW A STIMULATING BOOK. WEALTH AND LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 January 1930

BOOK- REVIEW A STIMULATING BOOK. WEALTH AND LIFE. (A Study in Values. By J. A. Hobson. Macmillan & Co., Ltd.). For one who has jead Mr. Hob son's 'Free Thought in the Social Sciences' it is not difficult to follow the workings of the author's mind in 'Wealth and Life.' If there is one thing above all others that dis tinguishes Mr. Hobson's contribu-. tions to economic thought it is this — namely, that he is ever concerned with action and reaction in the life principle — that statistics, however persuasively they may be presented, are not the be-all and end-all of economic science. i Economic values are not human j values, although 'money and the! economic operations for which mone i money stands' play 'so important \ a part in human life as to compel i students of humanity to attempt j some orderly adjustment between! two sorts of value, some apprecia-i tion of economic valuations in terms) of the humanly desirable.' i This attempt is admirably made in the present work, as w...

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BRIGHTER KITCHENS. HOME WORKSHOP NO LONGER DRAB. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 January 1930

BRIGHTER KITCHENS, j £_ ' - HOME WORKSHOP NO LONGER; DRAB. i The idea of introducing color into the home seems to have taken a definite held upon the community, judging by the many ways in which provision for this craze is being made. The kitchen is the latest room to fall beneath the spell, and a good thing, too, these servantless days, when women have to spend so much time there. I Once upon a time, when a color [scheme was being thought out, the kitchen was the last room in the house to be taken into consideration.. It was usually drab, the idea being to have the walls dark, so that, they wouldn't show the dirt. But since i [that day, when housewives began to j revolutionise things by insisting on ! white enamel in the kitchen, the co-j lour evolution has advanced, until ! now quite as much thought 'is given [to the kitchen color scheme as for j jany other room in the house, and the [utensils and furnishings all made in j harmony, too. i One can have a dresser and ice-M chest as ...

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VALUE OF LINSEED MEAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 January 1930

VALUE OF LINSEED MEAL. There is no more healthful feed for limited use with all farm ani mals and poultry than linseed meal. It has a rich protein content, con tains a slightly laxatio'n oil arid mucilaginous soothing properties, . also phosphorus and lime. The writer has fed linseed meal daily to his layers for many years, and there by prevented much ovarian trouble. Reduce the quantity you are feeding 2 per cent, or less, and- it will n6t cause the fowls' bowels to become loose.

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

Potatoes fcr Poached I Serve poached eggs on rounds of; sweet o'f other potato friend to .1 nice brown. It provides a change: i from the commonplace toasted bveau. Measuring Cocking- Liquids. When measuring liquids for cook-1 '-rig, use a Tneasuringr-srlaEs instead 01! spoon, especially when preparing! ^alad dressing.

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"THAT MEANS BAD LUCK! If All the Omens were True, We Would Have a Rotten Time. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 January 1930

'THAT MEANS BAD LUCK!'! ' ^ ' If All the Omens were True, We Would Have a Rotten I Time. ! ? ? ? ? i Is thirteen a number of ill-omen? ! And is Friday unlucky? ' Yes,' answer tbe superstitious — they bave said so for centu ries. Boii a vigorous campaign is now being launched against their belief — a campaign headed | by the Pope, and with all the I power of the Catholic Church be hind it. j There are many stories of dinners where thirteen people have sat down! to table, and one of them has diedj during the year. But there are other ' thirteen' dinners which have had no consequences of this . kind. Lord Roberts was a member of one party | of thirteen who dined together oni New Year's Day, 1853. All of themj went through the Indian Mutiny, and| in 1864 the same thirteen dined to-1 gether again. As t.o FYidnv msrni «vf +.I10 bior liners have sailed on that day. And it was on a Friday that the Pilgrim Fathers reached America, and so laid the foundations of one of the greatest: nations t...

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WHEN YOU'RE DRUNK. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 January 1930

. *? ;? »« ? ?* f*/ ?' t ffrt ? rr f\-- ? ? i f f ?- » ?- ? ? ' ? ' WHEN YOU'RE. DRUNK. When your head is soft, an a your heels are queer.] And , your thoughts are high, like the froth 4*1 ' befer; . When your knees are weak ,and your breath -isi strong, I And you laugh ^like ? ? at a darn bad song, j . You're drink, -ybii brighter, : you're drunk! When strolling home in the bright moonlight, Ypti challenge the. lamp-post out to fight, Like - at ship : in - distress you steadily rock. Arid fancy l!ie moon is the Town Hall clock! You're drunk, you beggar, you're drunk! When. on the -foorstep ygu: soundly snore, And the Ireele- comes arid opens the door; Arid you' d6ss '(n 'your, boots and upset the old pot And coddle1 the pillow arid think it is Tot, You'r' tfrt,tik, you boshter, ? you're drunk!

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COUNCIL AND LESSEE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 January 1930

COUNCIL AND LESSEE.. To the Editor. Sir,— ... I would esteem it a favor if you would publish the following in the next issue of your paper. In report ing matters: dealt with at Port Ade laide Council, -a .paragraph appeared in yoiir issue -of the ^ 17th inst., re W.- D&Vis -arid-Beach site. The para graph, , although correct, does not quite tbrtvey the right impression. To explain the position .fully I would like to point out' that I Have had the] lease of a beach site at the Sema-| phore : for several . yiears, for which 'II have made certain annual payments. 'As hiy lease e&pires on October 30 ? this yefir, and believing that the | Council desired the site for certain improvements, I offeried to terminate my lease on. April 28 if the Council would allow 'rife a fair reduction. Thanking you in anticipation, . ' I -am, ' Yours faithfully, .Jiu . ? WM. DA VI&

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