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THE CHARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 31 January 1930

THE CHARM. .'The patient 'tossed restlessly from! side to side. No .sleep had visited his tired eyes for two days and two. nights; and. the doctor had said that1 sleep was . vital, and . must be obtained! somehow. His .w;re and the nurse | were at their wits' end. j A (sleeping draught the night be-; fore had failed its purpose, and a' stiffer dose recently administered ap-' Peared to be no more effective. The nurse, worn out, had gone to -li^. down, and in the dini light of the] darkened room the wife sat and watched with despair in her heart. What could she' do to Drihg hier hus band sleep? ; She had tried everything she' knew. Only last night she had sung1 to him the lullaby which had soothed the children years ago. \JThile they Were cross and fretful, he would sleep right on and she did all the soothing and attendance. His expla nation always had been that her sweet lullaby had overcome his good intention to keep awaice and help. Perhaps it might act now, and soothe him as it us...

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

ipnifliiBaaiNBIlllliiaBn-iBlfrs '1 MR. L. G. MORRIS ' B of H. MORRIS, Opticians, will consult at ' w MR. M. F. GRYST, Cbembl, COMMERCIAI ROAD, ® - a PORT ADELA:?)E FRIDAYS, 1 p.i«. to 5 p.m. a ? D Appointmsaca: fttton* Centra? 639; J 2282. ;? ,Q I 1 «???????????????? ????????«! Sfl

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THE LEGACY By A. G. Greenwood A STRANGE WILL—THE HAT SHOP GIRL—LOST AND WON [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 31 January 1930

the Legacy By A. G. Greenwood A STRANGE WILL— THE HAT SHOP GIRL — LOST AW) WON Peter screwed up his face, put a knuckle alternately into each t-ye, stamped and said: 'I won't — I won't! So there!' To John Minchin, staid solicitor of forty-years' standing, there seemed nothing humorous in a young manof 25,, most rpsplendently -tailored, shirted, tied, booted arid hosed, pre tending to be a spoilt child. 'I'm sorry I can't wa— spare any more time,' he .observed, standing up. '?'Buzzing off to jab somebody in jail,,' asked Peter. ' 'A more romantic errand,' said John Minchin. 'In fact $ most ro mantic errand. JBut it's a secretariat I?fce kept and m^an tip keep.' 4.%^'' ,ff **If you're taking it anywhere watjd by taxi, p'raps X. can give^y-m amfrit a liit,' _sp|8:gies|e4 Peter.?4fc|s pouring -with s 3%»n and I ve ? ? a mm Springs; ' ; ~'My destination is' Bond Streg^' s&ig John. ' i r ,;. ? .'?? - 'fMine the Embankment,' answered Pfeter. 'feut noj: till dusk. Thpif— being a rui...

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A BISHOP HITS HARD. UNSCRUPULOUS PREJUDICES OF PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 31 January 1930

A BISHOP HITS HARD. UNSCRUPULOUS PREJUDICES OF PARTY. 'The whoie 'ousiness of Govern ment,' said the Bishop of Bathurst (Dr. Crotty), in an address at All Saints' Cathedral, Bathurst, N.S.W., 'is becoming demeaned and vulgaris ea, until we have come almost to be lieve that governing God's world is an ignpble business, an unclean kind or menial or tricxy occupation, fit only for knaves or fools.' j; 'There was not an issue or fact of I human value which they had not al j lowed' to become murdered or dis torted by the unscrupulous preju dices of party,' he said. | 'Let us look Mammon hard in the face,' the Bishop said, 'and tell him jonce and for all to put up the old bludgeon, for the game is up. Then :get ready for that sprawling Satan that is threatening Australian life to-day, and make up your mind whe ther Australia's God is going to be Marx or Christ. j 'Cease you stale haggling over ! profits, which are disappearing -while you haggle. End this inces- | sant dog tight on the not...

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MAGENTA DAHLIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 31 January 1930

MAGENTA DAHLIA. ? ? - .A Many years have passed since such ' : , a vivid shade as magenta dahlia has- - u made an appearance in t^e, . ward-^ , t , „ robe of the well-dressed woman. . Fashion dictators have , depre^L that this and. other unique - dahlia ;;f „ hues will be in evidence in, late ; * ? autumn and early winter. Of course ^ these brilliant shades will be worn,, ? for evening, though slightly darker,. tones of the same color will be seen., :t in the daytime. One of the most fascinating of hew tones is a deep purple, so fich that it borders on black. 'Designers' describe this as a dramatic color with^iM a subtle iharm for women. - ' ; , ' . Following the lead of thjp dahlia f 'tones, the blues, too, have a purple/, a. cast. wi/ A There is a brilliant sunny blue .for ' ,r any hour of the day or evening, and'' a color that is exquisitely light with; an almost imperceptible hint o£---.i'' mauve which will be chic after night-' -'' fall. . , , ? - i.i'1 '* r .Next. in.fOrder lo...

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GAUNTLET GLOVES. TWO-COLOR SCHEME FAVORED [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 31 January 1930

GAUNTLETGLOVES. TWO-COLOR SCHEME FAVOREp: . GLOVES,^ with short, turn- ; over emqbroideired wrist band, are being displaced in favor by those with '.gauntlet '.'cuffs, in plain, or elaborated effect'. - ' .The smartness - of gloves of [ this latter class is undeniable. j An ensemble ' in which they are included possesses a cachet im possible when' glpVes with wrist 'band only, complete.' ] Many moidelS/. are;- Jlri soft kid, in two-color scheme. 3 lack kid gloves are finished withi a supple gauntlet . in black, with Van dyke inlets in white, a quaint, highly novel effect resulting from a wrist band in . .white ' stitchery, the backs of the gloves being1 ebroidered to match. ' * Even more rascinating are gloves in white or grey kid or velvet suede, finished with iriiets and stitchery in black,.; i v: ' * White kid gauntlets, in other style, show backs stitched in black, . and long folded cuffs, each fold being marked with an all-round piping in black. ] Lining in color to match stitc...

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

ICE CURRANTS. Wash and drain dry some large bunches of ripe currants; dip in beaten white of egg; now put them on sieve so that they will not touch each other; sift fine sugar thickly over them; put in a warm place to dry. Grapes and cherries can be done in same way. LAUBMAN & PANK I Sight Testing and Manufacturing ' Opticians. I 75 RUNDLE STREET, ADELAIDE. j SIGHT-TESTING ' At Kirby, Chemist. SI. Vincent Street, Port Adelaide, EVERY FRIDAY, frorr 12.30 till 9 i p.m. Appointments may be . made with Mr. Kirby or Ring C3080 (2 lines). '????????????????Bans a ? a ? ? « ^ i ! Roomier Bodies I .i ? i modish new ? - ' _ colours — smart a ^ 1 mouldings and distinctive ? v 1 lines, CHEVROLET '6' a £ achieves a degree of - % i beauty that has seldom fl - I been equalled and never B - i at the price. ? ' g k i * 1 ' * m % l Metropolitan New Distributors: ? - i City Motors Ltd. : J | ST. VINCENT . STREET, PORT ADELAIDE *1 I Fufl Stoclcs Genuirie Spare Parts for All Models - . ' ' PKong...

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THE NEW DANCE SHOES. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 31 January 1930

THENEWDANCESHOES. 'If you are a gobdr.dancer, possess ed of siii'all feet, -follow the latest fashlbni and -vith yoiir ball gown wear silver thread .or _ silver Qietal tissue shoes ' in pref erencie to those in brocade,, crepe - de chine or satin. Dance shoes in rail three modes arie equally : the vogue, but - the adapta bility of silver shoes to practically ?liny, style of evening toilette consti tutes a retcommendation of the' high est value to the girl not in a position to providie shoes to tone with each frock. ? Silver shoes, too; introduce a note. delightfully enliven:ng an ensemble in black; black arid. white, or white chiffon or other fabric embroidered ih strass. . ?. The court shape, with heels of the Spanish tjrpe, are chiefly favored, de spite the fact that the French heel is no less smart and much less fatiguing. . .. Silver shoes require . ho ' trimming designed to lend greater attraction. Worn with a black frock by a good dancer who manages her steps to al most poetic...

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

ALL i; v^*SFS'v-v '1' p - - i.'O M. FISHER; - I ' 97 Mli .STREET '? .

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HOW TO CHOOSE ALUMINIUM. THREE SIMPLE TESTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 31 January 1930

HOW TO CHO^E ^ftUNlUl^ tjiree'simpj6te''te^ts. ' ALUMI&ttJM; i* . so . ? iip portant , a ^place in ourWtchens that it ifrof interest to^thehbll&eWife to! know if^the r.rtlilfes * -»h&: biys good,- vafuk. ; Jp' .bUyiig - saucepans there are -4^0 pointa be considered Aluminium: %'^tjjBlv4^^ gfOodcbu ductor of kh-at,' .ItlS jlneconbr mical' to &iy v^e&: jfchicli. Sire inor-' dinatelv .thick and' hnfiw.' On tliV other hand, ^hogfe«#Jiiet ^et too tliip ^oon gfefc' 'bdnt/^ri?ir. - ' ~ j ;'The.x}U^stiOn-of :.|;he.Igifiaiityofthe] rpetal is a^t6ehinc&l::pfbl$^m whicjb] cannot, p^sdlved Jfiy common ''sense. . But- a me^Uur^^'.c&i teH pure aljir nrtinium 'f#hi-:h ^wea^s we'll) ? from im-.' pur^e {?srhiph ^eat^ badly) .by a f«?w| siinple tejts^which-ariy housewife can' app|y.( ? ? '.„;V ; ; yl ::_y ?Sie chi^f impdrities ? in aluminlutp] are silicon .^d- iron'. ; The color as' Incentive of? -J;h|e parity; good speci mens beihg.. silvery ai...

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MAKE YOURSELF A POUCHETTE DAINTY RAFFIA WORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 31 January 1930

MAKE YOURSELF A POUCHETTEi ? i ? . i ! DAINTY RAFFIA WORK. | ? I I . An artistic pochettc, lately maaej by. one of Adelaide's clever needle-! women, was made of canvas and raffia, boasts flowers of red ana black, with leaves of green, on a I background of sand color, with a red. square at each corner and a sur- j round of black. j I ! To make ic, you will require a piece of canvas — the sort used for raffia work; any fancy work shop will show you the class of sand colored raffia, 6d. of black and red, and a few strands of yellow. Some red silk for lining. Having measures your canvas, ' marts it off in squares, using a black lead pencil for the purpose, and then sketch in the flower and leaves for the front flap. Cut your canvas to tlie size rc I Quired ? we will assume that it is to jbe about seven inches wide and five deep when finished. First of all, [make those measurements on the canvas and mark your squares on it; now cut the canvas, allowing three I quarters of an inch all rou...

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HEADACHES ARE DANGER SIGNALS. SHOULD BE HEEDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 31 January 1930

HEADACHES ARE DANGER' SIGNALS. | SHOULD BE HEEDED. | ? i Headaches and their causes are often complex in character. The 1 humblest and least distinguished of all organs of the body can order the lordly head to ache for it, and the head has no al ternative but to obey. Just as the m odometer on the radi-j ator warns the motorist that his en-, gine is overheating, so the head ache, the human motometer, indi-' cates that there is something wrong! with the body. The pain is a signal that there is some internal disorder,] and it must not be blamed or treated j as the culprit itself. In the majority of ailments it is the first danger sig nal to appear, and should be heeded i at once. Many Types. | Headaches are of many types and| varieties. They differ in character, intensity, and in the part 'of the head affected. There are morning, night and noon headaches, and each] type has its special cause, symptom,] and significance. No conscientous I physician would treat one without i first tryin...

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WORTH KNOWING LEMON WHEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 31 January 1930

WORTH KNOWING LEMON WHEY. Put half a pint of milk into a saucepan; when it boils pour on it a tablespocnful of lemon j'ice; if this Quantity dees nrt turn the milk add some more; boil up, and then put into a basin to settle; strain it and sweeten to taste; if the whey is too acid add n little hot 'water. This drink, is excellent for causing pers piration. I DOUGHNUTS. ] Oue pint of milk, half cup of sugar, flour sufficient to make a soft dough, three eggs, one teaspoonful af salt, three eggs, one teaspoonful of salt, half cup of yeast or half a compressed cake, two ounces of butter. TO STOP BLEEDING. During th* hot weather a lot of children bleed' at the nose. This is a simple way to -stop it. Bleeding is nearly always from one nostril. Take j the nose between the thumb and finger, get the ] child to breathe through the mouth, and with | the thumb or finger put pressure on the nostril | that is bleeding. In a few minutes the bleeding will stop.— r TASTY RABBIT. Place on a plate a sm...

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LATEST FOR LADIES SPORTS WEAR COLOR COMBINATIONS STRIKINGLY GAY MANY FABRICS SO WELL ADAPTED FOR ALL PURPOSES [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 31 January 1930

LATEST FOR LADIES I ,1 SPORTS WEAR COLOR COMBINATIONS STRIKINGLY GAY MANY FABRICS SO WELL ADAPTED FOR ALL PURPOSES Robin Hood green, Chartreuse,' aTmond, yellow ranging from palest primrose to tangerine , blue, red, and white — these are tbe most fashionable colors featured in smart imported frocks planned for tennis or other sports wear. Materials are delightfully varied. Fuji silk, washing satin, linen, organdie muslin in any. one color' mentioned, are admirably adapted to such purpose, and wash : and 'launder excellently. Of the patterned fabrics, artificial silk is perhaps the most ' popular. Designs include those in distinctive foreign impress, sucn as v.mnese, Japanese and Egyptian; this I?-tter, however, usually being reserved for the beautifying of the heavier weight materials. Unquestionably, the most generally useful fabric for a simple frock is fuji silk, whether it be in one tone or colorful patterned Very fascinating was a, sports ensemble, inclusive, and * white fuji s...

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

What's up at The HORACE L. MARSTON STORES PORT ADELAIDE MARKET and ST. VMCEXT STREET Why this of course THE BEST FACTORY BUTTER 1 IO 1 LB. SELF-RAISING FLOUR 5|D- pkt or 3 pkts. for 13 JELLY CRYSTALS URGE PACKETS 4£d. pkt. 3 Packets for \J ESSENCES Lemon, VaniUa, Cochineal Ratifia gD. bottle SPICE ? ? 1|D. pkt. HERBS ? ---2Dpkt. A Sunday Morning's Breakfast for Everyone 1LB. BEST MIDDLE RASHERS BACON and 1 DOZ. FRESH EGGS (Guaranteed) THE LOT FOR 1/11 1LB. MARSTONS SPECIAL TEA with SUGAR FREE 1/9 WORCESTER SAUCE Something Special ()D. bottle TOMATO SAUCE 8£d. bottle ? (?-????????.IB CHEESE ? To Suit All Tastes m i»- i LB. ? NEW SEASON'S JAMS : Take Your Pick ? ^ m ™ ? ; CUSTARD POWDER ? lib. Tins \j j) Small Packets |D. each a HO. dozen ? PICKLES, ? A Splendid Line B 10£ j GENUINE ; MANGO CHUTNEY \ 0D. bottle | m

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S.A. TATTERSALLS ACCE[?]TANCES. RUN SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 31 January 1930

S.A. TATTERSALLS ACCEr TANCES. RUN SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1 1.30 — MAIDEN HANDICAP — 1 30 One mile. Diinmanway 9 0 Albury Queen . * 3 Jocose . . . 8 12 Hylacola . . . 8-3 Ealisand . . . 8 10 Jury's Verdict'. K 3 Starena . . , . S 9 Bowshot . . . * Z Blackmoor ... 8 7 Coolhead . . .SO! Speed On ... 8 7 Lady Rachel . . 8 0 1 Diggery ... 8 5 Malt Bier ... 8 0 1 Possess .... 8 5 Wenduyne ..80 D unman way ? 1 Jocose . . . . ? 2 Balisand ? 3 2.10 — HANDICAP HURDLES — 2.10 Two miles. Some Scot . 10 12 Ethelred ...90. Calnes .... 10 7 Merry Sam ..90 Pass By ... 10 3 Meum et Tuum . 9 0 Wembley . . . 9 11 Ml. Cooper ..90 Gunstani . . . 9 10 Sanderoo ...90 Janomagne ..99 Gunstani ? 1 Wembley ? 2 Pass By ? 3 2.50 — JUVENILE HANDICAP — -2.50 Five furlonn. I Newgate ... 9 0 fnusketeer ... 7 7 Eastwyn ... 8 5 Income .... 7 5 Beautiful Barrie 7 12 Infirmiere ... 7 5 Woodlace . . . . 7 10 Love Patch . . 7 5 St. Just . . .79 Bumburnie . . -7 ?. 0 Tr/pedy ... 7 9 Gloria Mundi . 7 0 Black Gang ..77 Henson ...

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LAUGH AND THE WORLD LAUGHS WITH YOU THOUGHT IT WAS TWO MORE [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 31 January 1930

i LAUGH AND HE WORLD LAUGHS WITH YOU THOUGHT IT WAS TWO MORE Bill Jones' wife had gone to another city to consult a doctor. Bill celebrated the occasion by sending the children to their grandmother and inviting some friends out for a poker party. While the game was in session the telephone rang. 'Postal Telegraph speaking,' said the impersonal vcice on the 'phone. 'Telegram for Mr. William Jones.'* 'Read it,' said Janes nervously. 'Regret to state your wife has tumor. Signed F. B. Hopkins, M.D.' Jones dropped the receiver and turned a white face to his frietids 'Heaven,' he said, 'My wife has twins.' $ * # & A DEAD CERT. 'Ere yer are!' roared the tipster. 'What did' I give yer fer the Cup meeting? Didn't I tell you Broad Bean ^wouldn't run, Tub was a wash out, Watertap would run well, Mosquito Bite would be scratched, an' Dusty Carpet would take a lot of beating? Now, I've got a hextraj special for the Pants' 'Andicap, which I gives yer free. Be sure ter back Loose Button. I...

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

t B. CLARKE'* FAMOUS ' RHEUMATIC CURL Has never been known to fail in jne single case when the instructions . have been carried out. Over 1(50D. cases have been treated since June. 15th last. Large sums have been ?ffered for the prescription. Two hundred, pronounced cases of total cripples of Rheumatoid, Orthritis cured, y-*u can obtain you supplies from J. J. CUMMSNGS Groccr v. TORRENS ROAr, ALBERTON. (Near Ozone Picture Theatre) THE REASON WHY. . * Small 'Girl: 'Mamma, why do elephant^liave SU Mother :lr'weH. you sets, they have to come all the way- from India.' Dance & Euchre 1 TO BE HELD 5 EVERY WEDNESDAY NIGHT AT ?-45 P.M. AT THE | W.M.A. THEATRE, NILE STREET I PORT ADELAIDE J Proceeds in aid of the DISTRESSED WIVES and FAMILIES ^ of Waterside Workers. f ' Cool DrinUs and Sweets Provided. 5 -, Monte Carlo and Streamer Waltz. Dancing 8 till 10.45. 5 ; Old and New Dances. K Tom Garnaut's Jazz Band in attendance. «J : ? ADMISSION— GENTS, 1/-; LADIES, 6d. -I : : F. A. CARR,...

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USEFUL HINTS A Handy Grip. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 31 January 1930

USEFUL HINT!* A Handy Grip. , A handy grip for a kerosene' bucket'may be made by slipping a I mutton: shin-bone, neatly sawn off to a suitable length, over the wire handle. Handy Instead of Tweezer*.^ .A new steel nib is a handy'^ub r s'titute jfor tweezers in, removiiig splinters from the flesh. Springtiyj point? apart by nrm pressure* wjtm the thumh nail. f Improvised Coat-Hangei. A coat-hanger may be improvised by. rolling up a newspaper lightly ' and tying it in the centre with a i 'Btrong string. Renovating Leather Hand Sags. . ? XA hjand, bag of morocco leather which is beginning to show signs, of . wear may be restored with a sponge aown' of- vinegar. Leathers, ^siichl as: Persian^and Russian, - will often ; re sponds io a generous application of ! paste ;water, which is merely thick . paste , adulterated with water1 until it, : has. thiel consistency of creatri. 'This fillsthepores of the leather, 'and, acts] as a sizing. : After such ari applick. tion. tlie 'leather will ta...

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

;! Seeds, Seedlings, Pot Plants, j; j; Garden Manures, Poultry Requisites i; !; Floral Work of aU Descriptions a j ?!!liH!lll!|{|llll!ll!Hilin!illBH!lii!Hi|l'lilt ' ;. jj i; M. G. HILL, Art Florid, etc. ;! ?j 230 COMMERCIAL ROAD, PORT ADELAIDE j;

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