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BOOK REVIEWS FIVE NEW NOVELS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 7 February 1930

BOOK REVIEWS ] FIVE NEW NOVELS. The Patriot,, by Alfred Neumann. Translated by. Cyrus Brooks;- Peter: Davies. ? The Rebels, by Alfred Neumann. Translated by Huntley Paterson. Heinemann. Interlude, by r rank Thexss. Translated by Caroline Frederick. Knopf. The Millennium: A Comedy of the Ytear 2000, by Upton Sinclair. Wer ner Laurie. - Hans Frost, by ? Hugh Walpole. Macmillan. If it takes a Hundred journeymen to make a genius, still there are so many writing- to-day that books of distinction continue to appear more frequently than we can cope . with them. . Here, , picked haphazard and brought together simply by reason of: their publication within a few days of one another, are five books which, , if - they do- not call for uni form praise, will still each one have its public, and cannot be allowed ? to nnnoai* wifVinnf ot laacf a lina *vf TllVIIVUb «*v tveuv a 11UC VJ. comment. As so- frequently in the last year or two, Germany scores, even in translation. ' 'The Patriot' has a spec...

Publication Title: Port Adelaide Gazette, The
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SYDNEY HORSES IN AUSTRALIAN CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 7 February 1930

SYDNEY HORSES IN AUSTRALIAN CUP. Among the Sydney horses entered! for the Australian Cup there is nothing of outstanding merit. Phar] Lap has not been nominated for any of the snrinsr handicaps, the St. Legers and w.f.a. events being his mission. J Tidal is standing up to the easy! tasks he has had since his spring breakdown, and he would be danger ous if produced fit and well. Though ' Jeypore won Tatt's Cup. he may find 1 2\ miles beyond him, but Stowe, who has been bowling along in good style , since his return from Bacchus Marsh may be more than an outside pros- 1 pect. The imported horse had a good , staying record in England, but broke j down last winter when put into train ing for the spring. ;

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FRENCH TENNIS EXILE. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 7 February 1930

FRENCH TENNIS EXILE. Alain Gerbault, the well-known French tennis player, intends to emu late the famous author, Robert Louis Stevenson, and spend the rest of ihis . days on a 'South Sea Island. Gerbault is the lone French sailor who recently circumnavigated thej world in his smaH - sailing boat, Fire-j crest. ! He is at present spending ten months in civilisation, before return ing to the Pacific. Gerbault now gets; more pleasure! from winning a lawn tennis match] than . from . the hero- Worship he has? met, with since his return to France. I He competed in the American championships ? at Forest Hill recent ly, but was unfortunate in meeting! O: G. N. Turnbull in one of 'his fierc- ! est moods, and the Frenchman failed I to win a game. Gerbault suffered more depression) through his bad play than from the I lonelmes6 of' the ocean, when drift- 1 ing helplessly in shark-infested waters.

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BOTH SIDES OF THE FENCE [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 7 February 1930

BOTH SIDES OF THE FENCE (By 'THE MAN ON TOP') What may happen to a motorist in Australia is likely to have a strange illustration in the near fu ture if certain Arbitration high brows have their way. The other day, when the question of rates of pay for railway workmen was being avhit.mt.pH in Melbourne, the sugges tion was thrown out that before long it might be necessary to prevent a man or woman, who owned a motor car carting his or her friends around therein free, gratis, and for nothing.' What is to become of the numerous relatives and friends if a chap can't run them around in the car unless they can cash up as they would if they boarded a tram or a train? Competing with the railways, in deed! Why, 'the railways compete with themselves. They carry as many deadheads each year as, if they were paying passengers, would turn a deficit into a handsome sur plus. Ask our own Mr. V/ebb, and he will tell you that there are too many deadhead railway passengers m this small community of o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 7 February 1930

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"THAT LITTLE RABBIT" BECOMES A FAMOUS SIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 7 February 1930

'THAT LITHE RABBIT' BECOMES ,V FAMOUS SIRE. Mr. Ben Chaff ey lias won many good races during the last Tew years, but it is pretty certain he has never derived quite so much satisfaction from winning a. race as he did when Snow Land scored in the fillies' divi sion of the Maribyrong Trial Stakes I at Flemington.. He was naturally de-l ngntea witn tne victory or tne ; niiy, Seeaus-£ she is. one of his own breed ing, but he would also derive greater pleasure from the fact: that* she is a daughter of his old favorite, Whit tier, the first good horse he ever own ed. Tne day Whittier won his first Caulfield Cup in 1922, Mr. Chaff ey' remarked to me that he had been' owning horses for 32 years, and Whittier was the first good one ha1 had had to carry his colors. I be lieve he was interested in Eawdon when that horse ran third in the 1901 Adelaide Cup won by Gunga Din. Of aii the horses he has had Whittier! holds pride of place in his affections; Manfred was possibly a ?better race horse. b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 7 February 1930

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POINTS WORTH KNOWING. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 7 February 1930

' ROINTS WORTH KNOWING. ?Avoid frightening your fowls by ruphing , and _ bustling about among them.. A-quiet life goes ^loiig way to j ensure production. ' , ♦ *. * X. \ :A-. dqse or. five or six- pillules of £ ? j. iV? ? ? ? ? utsl xmng m xne morning', I hasbeen reeommentied as a cure for l: . . the dose to be repeated ? if the hen has not laid. ? These pillulfes can be purchased at ? many «i*emists for about 1/ per 50. ? *. * I ;? There- is- nothing like a- change to ? entirely new grotmd for fowls. | I ,;.A broody.- hen carries a lower heat I than a bird in health. A normal ? hen'is temperature is from 107 to I 11)8, whilst' a broody carries 104 to ? 1051 Hence broodiness is not a ? fever. I * * * I When the poultry farmer may be ? 'caught- out' is where he may have ? purchased a, sitting or two from a fresh* source, fbr the provision of H new cockerels; if so, is it not wise ? to'turn tbe eggs in that machine and ? then wash — or turn them last of all? ? Tbey may, of course, be ...

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THE BOOK LOVER [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 7 February 1930

THE BOOK LOVER Mrs. Claude Beddin^ton, , rather contemptuously, tells- several' amus-j ing. stories of Alfred' Austin^ whoj became P&et Laureate,- to whom she, was related by marriage: — He said to me one day, in all seriousness ! 'My child, have you ever noticed how many ' great men are called Alfred?*. . . . -Alfred the Great, Alfred Tennyson.' .... Here was my: cue .... I, as a dutiful niece, added,- 'And you, Uncle Alf!' Nobody could fathom why] Alfred Austin was mkde Poet Laureate; since, his only apparent claim to fame -was his exquisilei prose. I therefore asked a- niece of Lord Salfs- j bury point blank. 'Why- on earth' did your uncle give the Poet Laureateshlp to my Uncle- . Alfred?' She answered, 'Because St was ab solutely the only honour. Kir. Austin would ac cept from the Government '.as a reward for his long years of service to the Conservative cause.' Mr. H. S. Dickey tells of a terri ble experience in 'Ttofe Misadven- ; tur-es of a Tropical Medico,' a book ab...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 7 February 1930

RASPBERRY CREAM. You will require. Jib. raspberries, lioz. caster suqar, 1 gill of cream, Jo z. of gelatine, . lemon juice, cochineaK Make the raspberries' and the castor sugar into ' a - puree by ? rubbing, through a. fine sieve: Turn Into a basin,, and add a dash of lemon juice. Stand the basin over a saucepan of hit water, and .warm the puree. Dissolve the gelatine in a tablespoonful of water, strain it into the basin, and then ? add the- cream, .which has. been stiffly, whipped. A few drops of cochnineal | will improve th'e color.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 7 February 1930

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 7 February 1930

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TRIPLE AUSTRALIAN BOXING CHAMPION. GRAND OLD MAN OF STOUSH. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 7 February 1930

Mil AUSTRALIAN BO^ CHAMPI0N. (SRAND OLD MAN OF STOUSH. .. till. a night thirty-one years ago, tawny skinned littie nugget of a M&4c£i£t£e-r through. the ropes of a F&rftatttle (W.A.)ring. ' B*srb4» .K-wt 3v swarthy face, beneath i. : ? 1 L3-, -lr » OI dusvering' wai-wauiv vut», ISs'^eyes shone startlingly, discon -sertfiig|y blue. fff^iat's _ yet 4 name*. . $onny?' sn^p£-fthe~ announcer. i*^Fftfrik Thorn, 'rieplied' the kid. . .'Uh, huh!' , gvunted. the official. ' The name meant no thine to him. ihttle-l»d' the- honest fellow dream tfcet:;itS'. piossesBsr was destined for aL-riii(f 'wafefir unique in' the annals '^.jiugilism — # fighter, whose fortune ^tVitos ^tb be to Win three divisional ehaa»i»i«nsMps aird remain Sott jacKye ring service longer than JaSy??*StKer; pugilist sihee the -world: PStv' v J A far eiy from tKe first : s-rap in '99' to the New Tear ^TO V'ti»30, when at Brisbane, Prank patriarch of' pugilism, aged .started^ has 31st Seal, of v^^tfV.feliiigi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 7 February 1930

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WINNER OF £51,275. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 7 February 1930

WINNER OF £51,275. When the six-year-old stallion Display won the Baltimore Handicap at Pimlico (Maryland), he increascl his earnings to £51,275 (25ri..'75 dollars) , and made himself America's second greatest winner. /ev leauti with £62,728. Display is owned by W. J. Scar mon, who a few years ago sent an enquiry to Australia as to what was wanted for Chersonese (dam of .Heroic). The price placed on the mare was equivalent to saying that she was not for sale.

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WHAT THE EARLY CHARTS SHOW. NEWMARKET-AUSTRALIAN CUP DOUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 7 February 1930

WHAT THE EARLY CHARTS SHOW. NEWMARKET - AUSTRALIAN CUP DOUBLE. Operators who nave prepared charts on the Newmarket-Australian Cup double before the declaration of weights have Figure fovourite for the sprint and Lucky Card mxi Second Wind sharing favouritism for the 'second leg.' Weio-litK fnr Newmarket and Cup will be published next Monday, February 3. The Sydney candidates are highly respected, for. in addition to Figure, Greenline, Gay Ballerina, and Cleave are grouped in the 'safety zone.' The operators are entitled to move cautiously as regards Gay Ballerina, who was a flyer in New Zealand, and appears to have struck' form in Syd ney. Greenline is a horse of great achievements, and Figure also has done well, but nothing that Cleave has done would entitle her to he bracketed with the others. Figure was runner-up in the last Newmarket, and it is rather curious that the operators should be more, afraid of her than St. Ardent, wh-. defeated her easily 12 months ago. St. Ardent is o...

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LATEST FOR LADIES COLORFUL TWEEDS POPULAR IN AUTUMN MODES FORMER RULES AND REGULATIONS AS TO CORRECTNESS DISREGARDED [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 7 February 1930

LATEST FOR LADIES COLORFUL TWEEDS a*: POPULAR IN AUTUMN MODES FORMER RULES AND REGULATIONS AS TO CORRECTNESS DISREGARDED Brown, in an endless variety of .rich tonings^ . navy blue, beige, grey, and black, are the fashionable colors, featured in tweeds, jersey, and cloth, to be employed in the making of -autumn and winter frocks, -in styles novel i^nd exceedingly -attractive. The new tweeds, in particular, will have a great vogue. Patterns aare intricate in tlie extreme. Co'or to contrast with that of the groundwork is skilfully introduced in thread-like form for the purpose of accentuating the design. AH former rules and regula tions with regard to the correct in connection with tailored .ensembles in tweed aro this season entirely disregarded.. A certain complexity lends quite unusual interest to the coat and skirt in most up-to-date style. Two classes of tweed, each possessed of the desirable qualities of suppleness and softness, combined with durability, appear in the one suit. ....

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ARTIFICIAL EGGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 7 February 1930

ART1FICIALEGGS \ ; /. ? ~ t~ ? 'i k Artificial eggs in the nests are; . supposed to be of some value in j inducing hens to lay where they are : . put.- But' their value is doubtful, and ; '.'Jps have ? yet to ; visit a- poultry farm Where they are in general use. Hens sometimes lay where nest eggs are,; m'orei often they do not. The only possible value of china and other, riestreggs would be in a broody's nest, beforesbeis given the setting; or' to attract pullets to the nests. j . ? 1

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TINTED CEILINGS. THEIR EFFECT ON YOUR ROOMS [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 7 February 1930

TINTED CEILINGS. THEIR EFFECT ON YOUR ROOMS You have settled on colour l or I the walls; you have chosen the curtain ma:«:Tai; your floor, after much discussion, will be covered as you wish, but when some one mentions the ceiling, you answer, 'Oh, yes, the usual white, 1 suppose.' Your decorator only too willingly obeys, and your room becames just 'pleasant' — and it came so near to being a masterpiece. | These are several reasons for the comparative neglect of the ceiling these days. We rarely notice it, for it is above our heads, and we take it as a necessary 'top' to the room. Indeed, what is there to look at? 1 A broad white matt surface, pos-' sibly wilth a pendant light fitting in the middle and some very inferior moulding, which was designed by some jerry builder, who had never. heard of classical proportions and simplicity. . j Suppose, ?or instance, you have a room wnose walls have been distem pered m a tone of blue; unless you' have been very, fortunate or excep-1 tionally...

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SHADE FOR CHICKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 7 February 1930

SHADE FOR CHICKS. : In: hot . sunshine fowls prefer the i shade- of growing trees or plants to] tfafiti of ''buildings or specially con strapped . shelters; so long as their! drinking water is not too far from! the' shade. Trees, of course, take] . firttt-inlflnaa'ivi fha lief nf nfifnvol oViaL » * terj . b^it as it is so long before theyj ?spk: suitable for the purpose they are rarely- planted. In .the meantime,! Towsiofvmaiae planted now 'will give i j sbadein the hottest months. - I

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