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

THUMBNAIL REVIEWS. 'The Rosetta Stone in the British Museum, by Sir E. A. Wallis Budge. (Religious Trace Society.) An ac count of the discovery and decipher rnnt of one of the most important finds ever made in Egypt. My Dog and Yours, by Joe Walker. (Ward, Lock.) Poems for dog lovers delightfully illustrated by G. L. Stampo. The Apes, by Eden Phillpotts. tFaber '& Faber.) An entertaining little satire. . 'Seven Tales and Alexander, by H. E. Bates. (Schoastic Press.) Fan tasies attempting to portray the child mind. Fugitive's Return, by Susan Glas pell. (Gollancz.) The tale of a woman who has suffered greatly and ?never stops complaining. Dido, by Gertrude- Athert.on. I (Chapman & Hall.) Tyre . and Cathage cleverly described in a novel -about their famous quen. British War Budgets: Second Series, 1913-14 to 1920-?1, by Sir B. Mallet and C. O. George. ( Mac millan.) An analysis of a complex subject for students of economics arid taxation. ( . The. Omnibus .Book... (Hei...

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

THE BOOK LOVER 'Rope and Faggot: A_ Biography of Judge Lynch,' by Walter Whiter has been published by Knopf for the Guggenheim Foundation. The, book is not a biography, but -a his tory of social conditions. Mr. White furnishes some interesting and signi-! ficant statistics: — From 1920 to! 1927 there were 304 victims of 'Julge Lynch,' as against 840 from 1910 to 1920, 921 from 1900 to 1910, and 1,665 from 1890 to 190$. j There has been, however in -recefit years, an aggravation Of the bratal-j ity accompanying the crime. -3± the 416 negroes lynched within the last; 10 years, 14.9 per cent, were done to death with unusual savagery. In one of the most inhuman cases, the ilans for the lynching were an nounced beforehand in the district press, with full details regarding time, place, and other arrangements.l In another, a newspaper -published ! after the event, three 'exclusive' ^ photographs of the lynching, in j which the faces of at least a ? hun- 1 jdred of the mob were easily disti...

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

MR. L. G. MOB I of H. MORRIS, Optidant, will consult at * ' MR. M. F. GRYST, Chemist, COMMERCIA1 ROAD, J PORT ADELAIDE FRIDAYS, Z p.m. to 5 p.m. ? Appointiusntt: Phone Centra.1 689; J 2282. ? 1 ? ? ? ??»« »? ? ? ? ? ? « ? ? ? ? 1 l ll«lr

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FILMLAND. PARS ABOUT THE STARS. "BIG TIME." [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 January 1930

FILMLAND. : PARS ABOUT THE STARS. | ? 1 'BIG TIME.' I ? l A. H. Van Buren, who stage di rected 'Big Time,' an all-talking drama, has one unusual obsession. ?He is always seen at the studio wear ing gloves. He doesn't confine him .self to any one color, but during the making of'' 'Big Time' wore gloves of yellow, and Stepin Fetehit niad'ha^i work to keep his eyes off them. Lee Tracy, Mae Clarke, Stepin Fetehit, and Josephine Dunn are fea tured. Kenneth Hawks directed.

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"THE LOVE PARADE." [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 January 1930

'THE LOVE PARADE.' Manager Mel Lawton, of Sydney Prince Edward, working with Len Peuleve, of Paramount's exploitation department, and Amalgamated Wire oless, landed 'The Love Parade' as the first talkie to he successfully broadcast to the Byrd Antarctic ex pedition. The stunt signalled the opening 01 rne long run-season, and besides arousing first-night audience ?enthusiasm, caught big splashes in all papers. Paramount cameramen, on . behalf of Rear-Admiral Byrd, sig nalled a message of appreciation through on conclusion of the show in Jtime for it to be announced to the: audience. With the facilities ex tended by £j. l. Fisk, managing director of Amalgamated Wireless Ltd., Rear-Admiral Byrd and his' ex pedition heard the entire dialogue and singing of the Maurice Chevalier film. ' The radio engineering details were effected by A. S. McDonald, chief engineer, and E. A. Burberry, radio engineer of the company, on| equipment entirely manufactured in' Australia.

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

I The sk;n between the toes must V.-? J f-r°qeuntly washed and eai-efully dried. Paint the skin once a day witii - spirit of camphor

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CURE FOR CORNS. AVOID THE RAZOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 January 1930

CURE FOR CORNS. AVOID THE RAZOR. Corns are thickenings of the sk;n formed by pressure or prolonged rub bing. . The first stage in curing them is to remove the pressure or friction which set up the irritation. A new pair of well-fitting shoes, neither too tight nor too loose should be worn. The toes should be sufficiently wide not to cramp the feet. Corns can be most effectively ra-| moved by the application of salicylic: acid plasters. The acid attacks the corn tissue, but does n6t affect the normal skin. i 'The following corn lotion will re-j move the most stubborn corn: Sali cylic acid one drachm, castor oil ten minims, collodion enough to make one ounce. I The lotion should be apolied on a . pad held in position over the corn by| a strip of adhesive plaster. The process should be repeated nightly for two or three nights. The foot should then be soaked for five minutes in very hot water. The corn should come ' away in one piece. If ! not. continue the treatment for an other- two o...

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LATEST FOR LADIES SCHEME MUST HARMONISE BRIDE AND BRIDESMAIDS MUST CONSIDER FABRIC AND STYLE MANY NEW AND QUAINT OLD WORLD AFFECTS CAN 3E ACHIEVED [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 January 1930

LATEST FOR LADIES J SCHEME MUST HARMONISE BRIDE AND BRIDESMAIDS MUST CONSIDER FABRIC AND STYLE MANY NEff AND QUAINT OLD WORLD AFFECTS CAN BE ACHIEVED On the occasion of a wedding, the bridesmaids' toilettes rank next in importance to that of the bride, and require, no less care ful consideration with regard tc» fabric and style. AVithout doubt, the one and only method by which a color scheme altogether harmonious and attractive may be . achieved is a friendly and genera! consultation in which the bride takes part. In all matters connccted with the wedding picture, the wish of the bride should determine the issue. The bridesmaids honored by her invitation to attend her on this, the most momentous aay or ner lire, should in every way deter to her inclination, and allow no controversy on any point. If it be apparent that a frock suggested for an individual bridesmaid is in color and design entirely, unsuited to her type, the exercise of a little tact buoyantly undertaken by the quick-w...

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

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

LAUBMAN & PANK Sight Testing and Manufacturing i Opticians. j 75 RUNDLE STREET, ADELAIDE. j SIGHT-TESTING ! At K'rby, Chemist. SI. Vincent Street, Port Adelaide, EVERY FRIDAY, from 1230 till 9 p.m. r ? v« w'lh Mr. Kirby or Ring C30S0 (2 lines).

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

i SOMETHtNG THAT All] MARRIED WOMEN 1 1 SBOBLD KNOW f =: ^ ss j . Apply to g | M. FISHER. I 1 97 PIRIE STREET jf a FOR FREE ADVICE g S ' . _ ? ? fl iQniiiiH

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THE SICK ROOM. HINTS FOR THE HOME NURSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 January 1930

THE SICK ROOM. 'hints for the home nurse.] -Nursing' difficulties in a private . house are far greater than in a large hospital ward, where the conditions are as nearly as pos sible adapted . for the purpose. . The home nurse may. have to im provise at -short notice, . and ; have theref ore - little ' choice m deciding! which bedroom would make the best sick room. It should be light, airy, quiet and Well, ventilated. ? J -emove all'dark hangings and un necessary furniture without making the room bare and cheerless, and wash out the room with some anti septic, solution in the water. j Remember to sbade the lights. The' glare of a firce light is irritating to a sick person, and some of the new paper shades are -not only inexpen sive, but . are an asset to the room. I Try to avoid irritating . noises. j Often a restless patient works the draw-sheet into a crease, and this, besides' being uncomfortable, is liable to cause a sore on a sensitive skin.' So pin the sheet to the mat trrf; at...

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AUTUMN SILHOUETTE. DEMANDS SLIMNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 January 1930

AUTUMN SILHOUETTE. DEMANDS SLIMNESS. ; I ; Women who were' looking forward j to styles which were adapted to fig-] iires- of. generous proportions are sadly disappointed in the -news that the silhouette for the 'fall season de-' mands slimness. j nowever, a is useless to oe aes-] jjondent over the news, and far more practical to set about acquiring slen derness before the autumn is with us. Drastic dieting in order to ac quire slimness is not to recom-! mended, but at the same time there is no reason why the ordinary every day menu should not be cut. t ' Thie average person ' eats far too imuch for health. Try cutting down1 'to a 'little more than half of what : you ' are eating at th-? present time and cheek' the results carefully \by ' the scales. Many women are finding the ' popular grapefruit a great aid to slimness. Rich cakes, pastries, sweets - chocolates, alcohol, strong tea and coffee can be safely omitted. Dry toast, weak China tea, served with1 lemon and no milk or sugar,...

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NURSERY FASHIONS. FROCKS FROM CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 January 1930

NURSERY FASHIONS. FROCKS FROM CHINA. Toy* sure not the only children's goods for which markets and : fair* all over the .world are searched to please Australian shoppers. In an. effort to find particucarly L novel lines in children's clothing, 1. ^buyers purchase abroad extensively, j Little sweaters and varied woollies : fronvEneland are of unsurpassable ' charm. France sends exquisite party! frocks, and America - *=mart playtimiej clothes. Belgian fingers fashion the] daintiest ?- of - hand-made,: dravvn iJiread: worked 'voile' frocks. Mid) .peasant-embroidered garments -from; i*}aikan and mid-European countries ire favorites. ?. Noir' the East is having a turn. China : is.. sending, children's clothes in dainty muslins and superfine cot ton fabrics,, 'from the Shanghai and Swatow districts. Tiny white mus::n frocks for ba bies of -12 io: 1 8 months are delicately, embroidered in primary colors, and smocked 'into little rounded yokes. ' For older children' fine cotton fab rics res...

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

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THE OLD TIMERS. THEY WERE TOUGH ! [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 January 1930

THE OLD TIMERS. THEY WERE TOUGH ! Old-time racehorses could not gal lop as fast as those of today, but. the claim that they were tougher is thoroughly warranted. When sports men of the 'good old days' had a fair horse, they believed in getting as much as possible out of it. They certainly did nothing in the way Oj.' coddling — rjust the reverse When' heats were dropped at Syd ney meetings it did n6t entirely pre vent horses having a strenuous day. Sydney Tattersalls Cup was first run on January 25, 1868, and was won by the five-year-old stallion, Bulgimbar, with 8.0. He beat five others, and, as the distance of the race was two miles, most owners weo.'d have reckoned he had done sufficient for one afternoon. Mr. A. Bowman had different ideas and Bulgimbar, with 9.5, was saddled up for the next race, the Duke of Edinburgh Stakes, 11 miles, for which there were 14 runners. North Australian, Hambledon Hill, and Promise, were other Tatts. Cup runners figuring in the field. Naturally bac...

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THIRTEEN FALLS: PONY JOCKEY'S RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 January 1930

THIRTEEN FALLS: PONY JOCKEY'S RECORD. Tommy McKenzie, who a few years ago was one of the jnost popular and succesful pony jockeys in Victoria, has returned to Melbourne. Owing to serious injuries sustained in numerous riding accidents in Sydney he is un able to follow his callinar. but through the generosity of the Asso ciated Racing Ciubs in Sydney he will set up in business. McKenzie has had more misf ortunes than many cross-cjuntry jockeys. He has had tnirteen falls. He has spent months in hospita;, undergoing many operations, and suffered terrible pain. But through the efforts of several of- - Sydney's leading doctors he is almost as well as ever. As a fact, those who . saw the tiny horseman riding winner after winner a few years ago would have little difficulty in recognising the same man to-day. When he first launched out as a jockey McKenzie met with pheno menal success. More than once he _ j headed the winning jockeys' list in Victoria, but when he decided to go to Sydney hi...

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

GREY RACEHORSES. It is remarkable that three of the first six horses in the list of win ners in England for the past season are greys. This is at least evidence that the Roi Herode line has still to be reckoned with. It is a rare thing for a grey to win in Australia. The Snowden influence has practi cally died out. A son of this sire, Suwarrow, won the Victorian Derby, but no grey horse has ever won the Melbourne Cup. Suwarrow won the Derby very easily from Belladrum and Rivalry, the favorites, Caspian and Nellie, both missing a place. Su warrow beeame a 3 to 1 favorite for the Cup, and finished third to Darri well and Sweetmeat. There was only half a length between the three horses. At the same meeting Su warrow won the Mares' Produce Stakes, and he heat great stayers, First King and Wellington, in the Canterbury Stakes, two and a quarter miles.

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A.R.C. ACCEPTANCES. FOUNDATION DAY, MEETING, JANUARY 27. 12.40—HURDLE RACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 January 1930

A.R.C. ACCEPTANCES. 1 FOUNDATION DAY, MEETING, JANUARY 27. 12.40— HURDLE RACE. Two miles. Adon .... 11 0 My Clan ... 9 2 Calnes . . . 10 12 Gunstani ... 9 1 Pass By ... 10 4 Olina .... 9 1 Wembley ^ . . 10 1 Ethelred ... 9 0 Gambais ... 10 0 Impeccable 1.90 Janomagne . . 10 O Meum et Tuum . 9 0| Joyleen ... 9 3 Sandaroo ... 9 0 Calnes ? 1 Gambais ? 2, Adbn : ? 3 1.20— APRENTICES HANDICAP. First Division. Seven furlongs. Misseltoch . . 9 12 King's Colors . 7 6 Greenun . . . S. 8 Euchat . . .75 Twain .... 8 7 Malt Bier . ' . 7 4 Radiant Revel . S 3 E.L.F ? 7 3 Vie ? g 0 Just Now . 7 2 Balisand ... 7 12 Albury Queen . 7 1 Marcolator . . 7 10 Alwynian . . . 7 0 Repression ..79 North Oakden . 7 0 Don Cooper ..77 Stimulant ..70 Misseltoch ? 1 1 P ? D ? -i o mvcvci ? ? . £ Repression ? . 3 1.55 — APPRENTICES' HANDICAP. Second Division. Seven furlongs. Pistolraf . . . 9 .0 Yellow Iris ..76 Sawana . . .88 Speed On ... 7 5 Pistolva .... 8 3 Black Flag . . 7 3 Diplomacy ... 8 2 Mcnreith . . . ...

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

: Friday . ? ? n ??? k « ?????« ??? ?-? s-B -?-? ? ? ????? ? ? ? - Published ^ContiTMousty. ipF. /. J&nriings for over f 9 ''Years' :f ' Next Monday's ti- ? n|'ll tiJU Points Eg ? ? ? £&,n.ci. ?M W n-j n Placing Last Race ^ £»IU jn Correct Order two Competitions in One Selections May be Left at 231 St. Vincent St., Port Adelaide MEETING ? DATE ? I hereby apply for the position of 'Sport'' Tipster ?or your next meeting. I submit the following as a. ' cample of my ability, on the understanding that if this registers 'MOST ' POINTS (five for a winner, three for a teccnd, arid one for a third), I be paid £30, and should 't register SECOND HIGHEST £10. to supply a set of selections for the next Metropolitan , Race Meeting for publication in 'The Sport.' If other ' applicants tie with we, I agree to divide. I agree to accept the Editor's ' decision at final, and to abide by conditions as published -n 'The Sport.' ? ? LAST EVENT (Special Salary for correct order) I ? ? a ? ...

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