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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 31 January 1930

IIJONESj LATE OF : Commercial Hotel [ IS NOW PROPRIETOR OF The ! .'v.- ' ? Port Admiral I - - ® Hotel j ,v -'^V ? - ' ? ' ;? ? . : - t...- ^ ^ _,'.V . ? ' J^j ? a. c 'A ... . , /. ' '? ? m '-V ;if - ? - THE PORT ADMIRAL : BOTTLE ' : DEPARTMENT : is Right Up-to-date I ? I Prices at Bedrock j i DAILY DELIVERY ! I B » H Single Bottles at Wholesale Prices PHONE J2208 'Laurie and Bill' ARE STILL IN THE FRONT BAR TO ATTEND TO YOUR EVERY REQUIREMENT It a ???????? ? ? ??????????????? * n I JAMES DUEU LIMITED f ? i , Semaphom BJiG Drapers %* .1 ? t ' ? : — ? ? ? ? ; — ! — : ? ' .. :» . — ? ? ? — ' Wii #ffer EXCEPTIOHAL# VALUES In Thfe i Space 1 Next Week ' j lames Duell Limited ' I SHIAPHORE'S etc DRAPERS - - - SEMAPHORE 1 Phone: Semaphore 48 I R. J. SIVIOUR I THE MAMIIG GROCER HEAD SHOP— 97 COMMERCIAL 80A0, PORT ADELAIDE No. 1 Branch— PORT ROAD, QUEENSTOWN No. 2 Branch— KILKENNY RD , KILKENNY No. 3 Brancb — QUEEN STREET, ALBERTON Plum Jam ? 7 id. Apricot Jam ? 8id. Large . Rosella Plum Jam,...

Publication Title: Port Adelaide Gazette, The
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COULD NOT GET IN. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 31 January 1930

COULD NOT1 GET IN. - It is unusual to. liejtif of -racecburse' admission gates ^eing closed because | of the attendance being so great that it was impossible to make 'room for any more. According to an exchange® that happened when the Grand Pj-emio j National (Argentine Derby) was run, at Palermo (Buenos Aires) . J The prizemoney f or: the day totalled £17 *22. and 4.180,210 dollars, (Ar gentine) passed through the totalisa tor, which is the sole medium of spec-j ulation. At the 1928 sales of un-| t'ro-year-olds at Pelermo, 781 made the excellent averae« -of *-54 p-uineas. so it would be difficult for the most ralid opponent of the totalizator to contend it has injured the bloodstock industry in the j Argentine. J

Publication Title: Port Adelaide Gazette, The
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BEHIND THE GREY VEIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 31 January 1930

BEHIND THE GREY VEIL. BY MARY A. FERRO. There was, in the infinite darTcness which surrounded him, not even the glimmer of a single star. It was thought a heavy black curtain had been drawn before his eyes — those eyes which would never see again. He had tried to draw that curtain before his brain, had tried in every way to seek oblivion, but, unluckily, he made up for his blindness in thought. And, always, in nightmare and dream and in his daylight thoughts, there was that fact, fore most and foreboding, grim and gloomy, which seemed to mock him: with its eternal presence. He would j never see again! He was blind — : blind — blind ! Anthony St. Grey had fought in! the World War. He had come home, as they thought, without a scratch. He re-entered his father's business — and found that his absence had brought chaos. His father was on the verge of bankruptcy. In spite of all his efforts he could not avert the blow. It fell heavily, a thousand times more heavily than either of them had...

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"KNOWING MEN." [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 31 January 1930

'KifQWllfG MEW.' I 'Knowing Elinor 61ynJ^ first tallcifi, fe ia^diy ncarjng com pletion ®l^;r#e. This film is being recorded' ih ''two 'languages., ^nglish and French, by a company ^guallyi conversant in each, the cart includ-i ing SSI^sa tawli, xGaw Bris§pn, Helen £ay«, Je&nwi lie CJasalis, T-hemasj Wegueliri, 'and C. JUL,' Hallard. Both, colour «Hd j4a«k'-And-white copi«: aie heinyg ft«HBgh whether Jspth pr only one 'Wi}$ be used is ,®tiU un-r' Steeiile^,- ' ' Efiij'or C^yn is directing; this -

Publication Title: Port Adelaide Gazette, The
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HINTS FOR BREEDERS AND OTHERS. FACTS IN A NUTSHELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 31 January 1930

HINTS FOR BREEDERS AND OTHERS. FACTS in a nutshell. I Any part of a poultry building' that will touch or be in the Jjroundj should be charred or soaked with! creosote before erection. I . ? . . , j It is known that 150 fowls will eat about 18 lb. each of mash and' ? grain daily. Mix mash, say, pollard 11 -lb., bran 51 lb., Compo. li lb., with equal measure of wheat and] maize as gram. ? * * * * I A ring of thicker shell round the widest part of an egg is due to incur able oviduct construction. ♦ * » * Bare heads and poor feathering in chicks may be due to their,, crowd ing in the brooders at nipht. , * - * * ? . * Too high heat will hatch too early with a lower per cent, of hatch, and with a larger number of deformities. Too low heat results in a slower ?? ? ; ^ . ..' - V

Publication Title: Port Adelaide Gazette, The
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HOLLYWOOD BOUND [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 31 January 1930

HOLLYWOOD BOUND. The talking ar« ^te§Ung i-u * fpfijirj nine beautieg, mo.nth g6ing to Iqae a couple, of pur be^tl people in the look^, shape, per^on-il ality, and tal«at line. Both Janettej Gilrhore find PfyylUa Du Barry are crash the studio 'gates of Hollywood in the searchfor n^r. and worldly J fame. Strangely enpugh, both gprls have been moving along parallel lines of iatj months with -Bio Bita' -opmpany. and it, is interesting that they bptk made the decxsdon to steer for j--aota HoUjwpod yra-ii«alfy together- Janette *V thflt m iieeded jn pther 4eP«wBlenjtsf beinf :oine' of ifce ino^t td«|iie3 performed its t»lay In iwsj «iu4ci|} 4»medy, and ' her spafe timlg is *xiow „ occupied *n intensive study the important \ '&0t&Qpi*bt djslivei^ She, has ' Had ,»S»Qadvaj too, with; plenty musical cbnie.cfy. and revUe ' training,.' aittl,^ fsrpvidiing the mike treats »er 'right, Jinette is set for celluloid glory. In +-Rio Rita' Miss1 Gilmore Jiad a. principal role as Doll...

Publication Title: Port Adelaide Gazette, The
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GETTING READY FOR BIG BUSINESS. ALTERATIONS AT PORT ADELAIDE INDUSTRIAL CO-OPERATIVE STORES. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 31 January 1930

GETTING READY FOR BIG BUSINESS. 't; ALTERATIONS AT PORT ADEL AIDE industrial Coopera tive STORES. - During the last few days Altera tions have been made in the various departments .in order to ae, ready for the Huge -Sale which begins on Fri ?' day, January 31st. j The floor space in the Drapery' Department has been considerably increased by thie removal of 'the ivootwear Department and the - Cashier and Cash Desk. In fact, such a transformation has taken place that it, is difficult to realise that it is the same store. ? '-'j The Grocery, Produce, Biscuits,! Confectionery, Tobacco, and Patent Medicines are now in the Groceteria Shop, which is proving a great con venience to customers. -j The Footwear has been trans ferred to where the Grocery Shop was previously, and the ' Produce Shop has bee nreplaced by the Hard ware Section. i The wfaole of the first storey is divided into three rooms— Room No., 1, Showroom and Millinery; Room No. 2, Carpets and linoleums; Room No. 3,_Suites of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 31 January 1930

' ~OjEfelNITM»l & A OETeCTIVE. I ' k Iktld# yrh^ ilte m ttw ropf ot a hloh *-i^k * 'Wflfllfylnfl fllnsi Ih 6nt MM end * Wb^idWp.«o .« iifeci of blaok i^iid hs'ifk* othir, fttid'. .Ulli you that the cev* fct-6. liii* cam# M»Mi L«nA»fi Hi .1 r-- ^rilMair -1921 modal) tMntMvOrifcr.. *rllb, .a and a flat irttr-»lAT b itM tyift AftJ Ibat tub stopped twice for pitrol on the W4ir doV»n.

Publication Title: Port Adelaide Gazette, The
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PRICKING THE BUBBLE. HOW THE GREATEST SWEEP IN THE WORLD IS DRAWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 31 January 1930

raKKING pE BUBBLE s HOW THE GRiEATEST SWEEP IN THE WORLD IS DRAWN, j ? 1. \ While the Golden Casket and' Tatts are known ' and supported | throughout tne Commonwealth, the famous Calcutta Sweep on the Bag- j li^h Derby has its'* devotees not -only in the British- Empire, but through out the wh-dfejfl|terld Where people delight in a i^^^ramble. 1 With hunt^rieife^ of thousands of I people «U over -tne world awaiting) the result, the annuajl drawing is ofj wide interest, and a vivid description of the method is given by an English I journalist. j 'H excitement was a compressible , mixture iike air, and an hour was a receptacle like a tyrfe, tow much «x citemtiht sd»ld .pne ^eS/ihtjj. ian'hour without breaking: something?' he writes. 'And, to continue the meta phor, ^hat PPft of pump ' should be used to get the best result? 'Scampering, in either direction, across 'No Man's Land;' running a foot race with a head hunter; a boat race night nag . - 'these provide ex citement, but as punij...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 31 January 1930

NSW CURE FOR SORES.'. . - 1 When my little girl had chickenpox l;hadu:v. tried almost every ointment on her back, whichi * was almost raw. The ointment only., softening . _ the snres. I then tried methylated spirits, putting -3rT -with 'cattbYi ? woof. ' Th'e'^effetV WSS'«ondeMul, ? drying and hardening the sores in a day.- '

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ECHOES FROM SPACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 31 January 1930

ECHOES FROM sr:.CE. How far will a wireless signal carry? tylost wireless students... know that a wireless signal can circle the earth, - and that its echo may be heard just after the original signal, the circuit having been accomplished in the in terval. But some eighteen mpnths ago ant engineer .listening to short-wave sig nals, heard two echoes of each of ; them. One was the ordinary echo . described above, the other came | three seconds afterwards. This strange happening led to ex periments being made, and echoes were Jieard at times varying from thijeo ito fifteen seconds after the main signal, the average time being . eight seconds. As the speed of an electric waye is 186,00,0 miles a sec-w ond, :this suggested that, when an echo came back after eight seconds, ? the . signal had been reflected by something about 800,000 miles away, or far beyond the moon, which is only 240,000 miles from the earth. The conclusion now reached is that the signals are reflected by swarms of elect...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 31 January 1930

AR NOTTS! plZBiscuni^Mgc !' The whole grain of wheat (l !H]jf scientifically moulded into ^ if / Y one t^ie most delicious j yij I . and valuable foods known j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 31 January 1930

CITY. OF PORT ADELAIDE.' NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT UNDER THE MUNICIPAL CORPORA TIONS ACT, 1923. NOTICE is hereby given that the Council of the Municipality of Port Adelaide, has, in accordance with the provisions of the Municipal Corpora tions Act, 1923, caused a LAND VALUE ASSESSMENT to be made of all Rateable Property by adopting the Assessment of the year 1929 as. the Assessment ror tne year 1930, with such Alterations . as are now contained in the Assessment Books, and that such Assessment' was allow ed at a meeting of the Council, held on the 23rd day of January, 1930. ? Such Assessment may be inspected at the City Valuator's Office; Town Hall, Port Adelaide, daily from 9 ? I a.m. to 1 p.m., and 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., I except on Saturdays, when the hours are from 10 a.m. till 12 noon. Any person being interested in the said Assessment being dissatisfied there with may Appeal to the Council with in *10 days from the time when this notice shall have appeared in the 'Government Gazette' (3...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 31 January 1930

2T~ ... k - . \ OZONE THEATRE pQgJ ADELAIDE hv ATTRACTIONS . ; S^grJay, Feji. ) - Monday, ff&. 3 - Tuesdtjr, F«k. 4 JOAN mitw » ' OUR MODERN Ujffl-fcN& S 'IHEifSHOW' Wednesday, Feb. 5 - Thursday, Feb. 6 - Fridaiy, Feb. f - wmm QWiD » E 'THE KY51W8S 91 f« MANCfflT RATH CHATTERTON '» 'THE DUMMY' t ' ' ' ? . 1 - 1 ? 'FOR YOU' Written and Composed by JACK FEW5TER (Musical Director Ozone Theatres Ltd.) and TOM KING. : ifpll. I OZONE THEATRE SEMAPHORE « ATTRACTIONS Saturday, Feb. 1 - Monday, Feb. 3 — Tuesday, Feb. 4 CHARLES FARRELL and JANET GAYNOR in 'LUCKY STAR' JACK HOLT - 'FATHER AND SON' Wednesday, Feb. 5 - Thursday, Feb. 6 - Friday. Feb. 7 j RIN-TIN-HN » 'FROZEN RIVER' PAULINE FREDERICK' ' ON TRIAL' j I: f itfr fi'tJ,r ''Lp 1 imj i few 4 v ,m 9* ? pp-raii c I * j f P ?-\ V P #? r ??? i- ? - : - ?' Tt.:- - ^ ft fi f p Ify' 'J f ^ Jr'Jj'J- ? - 1 J- J) ; ^ youreyts ave met ielV -nre^io tiou regret T\vot 3 ode^out TUou^forfc^^lou&s seem doLrk, ^'Vte 3o-yjn. a&...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 31 January 1930

(?????-?? ? ill ? lllllliliij : PORT ADELAIDE INDUSTRIAL « ? CO OPERATIVE SOCIETY : ? . . LIMITED. ? ? ? ? ? : ? ? ? ? ! WONDERFUL BARGAINS are OFFERING ' I Get Hern While They Last ; ? ? b 54in. PLAIN WHITE SHEETING - - ? ? 3/11 for l/\\ ? ' 72ln. WHITE TWILL SHEETING ? ? 4/6 for \/\\ J ? SOin. PLAIN WHITE SHEETING ? ? 5/11 for 2/H ' n Win. WHITE TWILL SHEETING ? ? 6/11 for 3/U ? '- 5 Sip. UNBLEACHED TABLEDAMASK - - - 2/11 for J/fi * n 72m. UNBLEACHED TABLE DAMASK ? 6/11 for 3/U ? ' FRILLED PILLOW CASES - - - - 1/11 for 1/$ each J ? HEMSTITCHED PILLOW CASES - - - 3/11 for 2/1 1 pair ' ? PLAIN PILLOW CASES - - - ? ? ? - - - 1/ pair ? v j : Remnants 1 j Ail to go at HALF PRICE \ ' ? ? Different Special Bargain on Saturday, ; ? Feb. 1, Monday, Feb. 3, Tuesday. Feb. ; * 4, Wednesday, Feb. 5, Thursday, Feb. 6 ? m ? ? ' ? j..-™ — — — . — » — : ? ? — ? o SPECIAL PRICES in the GROCETERIA ? ra a ? ? ? « DEPARTMENT 5 B .. ?' ; ' r ? ' - THEFORT ADELAIDE INDUSTRIAL CO-OPERATIVE ? « SWffiTlT i...

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FILMLAND. PARS ABOUT THE STARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 31 January 1930

=.g:|WS;- ij fARS 'AfiQijT THE STARS. -- ..-? f tfwl-i'- ~~ ' i fJ&Tfiknco-Ani^rican group, keadeq ^'bert T. Kaoe, noted Hollywood] ^icfr, has intimated that it Is; ^-^-ed to sink at least £2,000,000 Oie. groduction of French talkies. W^^LAm^he first production Thrill get by the be^nrt}ng 'of Mypi}, according ' to a statement, - jimp '4|be old Gfiumont studios vx SipSU^ are equipped for sound £lm »ojdiictipn. A complete.^ Western gettric x%cording unit has ' already Deen lnstaueg, wane artists, aijrec-i tor^ technicians, &c-, all local, arie now being engaged- An important feature- of the development is 'that the 'studios are to f-e utilised' as 'service' studios, which means that they will be at the disposal of small French producers who can go ahead on. production witjh A grade equip ment afld expert technical know ledge right at hand. In addition, it 'is expected tnat American producers will record French or other foreign versions of their dialogue films there. ?T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 31 January 1930

Patronise Oup Advertisers ? 2* « . ' ?J

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 31 January 1930

i!IH!t]!IH!l]!!HII!iniI]IHt]]!HilliHill]IBII!l«!linillinBII!liWIIl!Hlillj|||]|IHIIftlHllllinillH!I!IHIl!IIHI]!IMnil!HIIIIlBllilH-UIHntt H. C. BOURNE I 190 ST. VINCENT STREET, PORT ADELAIDE | (Right Opposite the Post Office) |§ MANUFACTURING JEWELLER AND WATCHMAKER j WATCHES SERVICE | DIAMOND | JEWELLERY VALUE | RINGS | SPECTACLES SATISFACTION | REPAIRS TO EVERYTHING j

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SLOTH WALKS UPSIDE DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 31 January 1930

SLOTH WALKS UPSIDE DOWN. For eccentricity of gait, take the sloth, which has no strength to stand on its legs, but always moves along the tree with pendant body. Animal voices are equally varied. . . The roar of the lion rolls along the ground for great distances — and the voices of some insects, weighing but |;he fraction of an ounce, are so pitched in ' frequency' of vibration they will carry almost as far on still air Then again some animals are silent, and probably find it safer to be so. Giraffes appear to be dumb. I have never heard them utter what might truthfully be called a sound. Street newspaper vendors who make £50,000 a year were recently mentioned by a member of the Na tional Federation of Retail News afents in support of an application to the Government to register and control such street traders.

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THUMBNAIL REVIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 31 January 1930

x^fUMBNAIL REVIEWS. ? ; Brother Luther,- by Walter von Molo (Cobden-Sartderson. — A fine tale of - Luther in the week before he is summoned before t*1?' Diet of Worms. Translated from the Ger man. Darlings of the Gods, by Nerman (Alston Rivers). — Caricatures of English Stage favorites, with an in troduction by Ivor Novello. «S ?«. M. ? : ? tiff T nA\ * Tmai* c-Xll mttrriagc i uy uavtj iiuu bridge (Collins). — It would mean the end of it, if all people were like the neurotics' in this tale. Shard by Daphne Lambard (Black wood).— r A novel by a very young writer, about a thoroughly unpleas ant family. It suffers from all the defects of immaturity. A Politician Plays Truant, by C R. Buxton (Christophess).— Pleas- ant essays on literary subjects. The Legend of Hell, by Percy Dearmer, D.D. (Cassell). — An in quiry into the origin of one of the worst myths that has ever throubled humanity. The Mouse, by Ruth Gray (A. Knopp). — A really clever and orig inal novel. It purports to show the ...

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