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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

| FYDELLS fi | WHOOPING COUGH CURE | jj The Greatest . Medicine ever j g known.' Relieves -suffering J |j . ' children immediately. g pObtainable everywhere, Price 3/61 iinilllUlllllllllIlllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllilllilllllilllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllil^. ' ??? t- ????????? fl ????? B ? B ??? V Z NOTICE— TO PERSONS ABOUT TO HAVE THEIR J B ' CLOTHES DRY CLEANED ? J COME TO US J ? Clothes Dry Cleaned by us are Thoroughly Cleaned ? ? OUR PRICE— ? ? suns C I COSTUMES ? Z FROCKS 'I TOPCOATS ? * OUR PRESSING IS ALL- DONE BY HAND ENSURING A * ? PERFECT FINISH, AND AT THE SAME TIME RETAINING THE ? B ORIGINAL SHAPE. ? : F. J. WHITMARSH & SON ' ? i ? TAILORS AND DRY CLEANERS ' ? 137 COMMERCIAL ROAD, PORT ADELAIDE ' (Opposite Corner to Newmarket Hotel) £ ! B- B-.ff B S3. El S Q B S SS Q S B B B

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

THE SPORT BILLIARD SALOON RENOVATED THROUGHOUT 3 FIRST CLASS TABLES 3 NEW STANFAST CUSHIONS All Brands of Tobacco and Cigarettes Stocked A TRIAL SOLICITED Dick Connofe, Prorietor

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A.T.C. ACCEPTANCES. RUN AT CHELTENHAM PARK ON SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 7 February 1930

* A.T.C. ACCEPTANCES. HUN «AT CHELTENHAM PARK ON SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8. | S X30:£ ? MOUNT EBA HURDLE ? 1.30 ' About iwo ana a 'quarter miles. I Kv Adon .... 10 12 W. G.' Smith . ' 9| V' - Gunstani ., . 9 12 A. G. Campbell . 4 jv Joyleen ,i.v 9 7 P. fiyan . . 2 F .igwnrfbu.-. ..90 K. McMahon .* .*7, Ethel red ..90 ? 5 ? ' First Test ... 9 O ' 3) _ Impepcable ..90 G. Pally ? l' ; ?MerryjSam . . 9. « s. Green 8 £ .-Meurn.et Tuum 9 0 E. Whittaker ' . . 6 iy : Gunstani .. . . .. ? ~ j , Adon'/: ?. daw.- ? .. 2 Joylten'i . v . . 4 .. . . 3 I ,5 2.10— STEEPLECHASERS' FLAT — — 2.10 , .title' nMIe and three furlongs. a; , Barrier Gold, * U .10 J. Bond . . ? 14 M':;: , fieno .Baiui, ,V .ll 4 J. M.. Irwin . 4 i-; /; 11' 4 A. McFarlane . . 2' ' 'Joan Hataai J.0 2.2 a. Ryles . gl Kurrumpore . 10 9 . T.' Tait .' ' * 131' r:- : El -Capitan . IO S L. Blake -,''. * * 6 . .. , Mt. Cooper' , .ylQ S . ? ' * 7I j'f Kantort '.r i- jilOr 6 Herb Day . . 16! a/.- Bon Marco . . 10 5 H. Day - 5 - Gunswell . lp...

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

— * ? » » ? ? ? ? ? i g -ttib ? ? ? ? « ? ? - — — 7 ? ' jj ' ' Dance & Euchre Jj TO BE HELD - 1 EVERY WEDNESDAY NIGHT AT 7.45 P.M. AT THE f W.M.A. THEATRE, NILE STREET | PORT ADELAIDE | Proceeds 'n aid of the DISTRESSED WIVES and FAMILIES & of Waterside Workers. ? -5 Cool Drinks and Sweets Provided. ' ; Monte Carlo and Streamer Waltz. Dancing 8 till 10.45. 5 ? - ? ? : Old and New Dances. JS Tom Garnaut's Jazz Band in attendance. Z ADMISSION— GENTS, 1/-; LADIES, 6d. | F. A. CARRi Hon. Secretary. 5 ?? .. *'? 36 ???'%

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 February 1930

DRAMATIC COLLAPSE — IN PRICES — AT COLLETT'S Positively Wonderful Quality At Perfectly Ridiculous Prices BOYS AND YOUTHS' BOYS' &LOUSES from ----- ]/g BOYS' KNICKERS ------- 1/11 boys' Suns ? ? ? _ — _ 9/11 BOYS' silk suits — . - - - 6/11 BOYS' MELANGE SUITS - ? ? Jg/g BOYS' ^OU' WESTER HATS - - - 1/6 boys' Pyjamas ? ? ? 2/11 BQYS' SHIRTS ^ -1/11 BOYS' BATHERS - r - - - - - - \ j BOYS' SINGLETS - ------ \ j Bpyi' Hfeavy All Wool GOLF HOSE, 2/ YOUTHS' FASHION SHIRTS - - w 2/1 1 MEN'S MEN S FASHION SHIRTS ? ? 2/11 Men's Heavy Twill TENNIS SHIRTS, 3/ Men's Heavy Twill Sports SHIRTS, 3/11 MEN'S WORK SHIRTS - - - - _ 2/6 MEN'S PYJAMAS ------- 3/II MEN'S HEAVY COJTON SOX - - 9D. MEN S FANCY HALF HOSE - - - 1/4 MEN'S UNITED BATHERS ? 3/H MEN'S UNDERWEAR ------ 2/6 Heavy Tweed Work TROUSERS, 5/H Men's All Wool Flannel BLAZERS; \Q /6 MEN'S BATH GOWNS ? ? -8/11 MEN'S SILK POPLIN SUITS ? ? %(\\ mi I FTT'S I TH ST- VINCENT STREET : A PORT ADELAIDE

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 February 1930

What's up at ? The ? HORACE L. MARSTON : STORES | PORT ADELAIDE MARKET and ST. VINCENT STREET j Why this of course ? THE BEST 1 FACTORY BUTTER If IO LB. SELF-RAISING FLOUR 5P- pkt or 3 pkts. for 1/3 ' JELLY CRYSTALS URGE PACKETS 4id. pkt. 3 Packets for 1 / ~ ESSENCES . - Lemon, Vanilla, Cochineal Ratifia (JD. bottle SPICE - - - - -r 1JD. pkt. HERBS ? -2D. pkt. ? i Sunday Morning7 s Breakfast for Everyone 1LB. BEST MIDDLE RASHERS BACON and 1 DOZ. FRESH EGGS (Guaranteed) THE LOT FOR 1/11 ASSORTED JAMS / Take Your Pick | 8i TIN WORCESTER SAUCE Something Special 6®* bottle TOMATO SAUCE 8§d. bottle 1 CHEESE To Suit All Tastes 11 LB. NEW SEASON'S JAMS Take Your Pick 8*D. ™ CUSTARD POWDER -lib. Tins 1/ Small Packets ID. each J JD. dozen PICKLES, A Splendid Line lO| GENUINE MANGO CHUTNEY gD. bottle

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THE HOSTAGE. After Six Years—Among the Sandhills—Their Chance of Happiness [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 February 1930

THE HOSTAGE. BY E. M. JAMESON. After Six Years — Among the Sandhills —Their Chance of ; Happiness At the opening of the door, Kath arine Maitland turned to greet the friend whom she had not seen for six years. There was a slight quiet ening of the pylses at the prospect. Her last view of Felicity had been as a bride,, going away with an elderly husband — a slim, paie-ia^d, irtiiriature ?Srlf in which eyes had lurked a faint terror of that unknown life into which she was about to penetrate. The room was a long one, and Mrs. Maitland had time to see some, at least, of the amazing changes wrought by time, money' and circum stance. She herself, though her last look, in the mirror had left her satis fiedi realised with a pang her own shortcomings. '? ? The girl she . had known all her life,; and whom she had patronised a. little from her vantage-point, of - four years' seniority, was now a Tubman of the world, beautif ul . in f^ce and figure, with a certain slim elegance intensified by a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 February 1930

? ,0n Sale ^ Friday '?????? a m ?? ? ???--?? ? ? ???????? a ? ? ? ? P ?» Published Continuously by F. ;f. Jennijigs for over 19 Years Next Saturday's GAWLER MEIfWG £fl Blfl a-nd EZIxL'tireE, nnn Placing Last Race ; w -3jzU jn Correct Order j Two Competitions in Me I Selections May be Left at 231 St Vincent Melalfe j VEETINQ, ? DATE ? I hereby apply for the position of 'Soort'' Tipster for your next meeting. I submit the followino . ss a «*mple of my ability, on the understanding fhnt if this ^agisters MOST POINTS (five for a winner, three for a second, and 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 tin with .lie, I agree to divide. I agree to acr.ept the Editor's decision M final, and to abide by conditions as published -n 'The Sport.' LAST EVENT (Special Salary for correct order) t ? ? 2 ? ? ? 9 . ? ? Please send me subsequent i...

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ENGLAND'S BEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 February 1930

ENGLAND'S BEST. In his weights for the Free Han dicap, seven furlongs, which will be run at Newmarket on April 25, the Jockey Club handicapper, T. F. Dawkins, credits Diolite (Diophon — Needle Rock) with being the best two-year-old in England last season. Mr. Dawkins handicapped about 175 two-year-olds, and gave Diolite 9.3, nearest him being Press Gang, 9.2, Challenger, 9.1; Blenheim, 9.0; and Stingo and Fair Isle, 8il3 each. Fair Isle is a sister to Fairway. Press Gang Is not in the Derby, and from an English standpoint Diolite was a cheap yearling, costing Sir H. Hirst 480 guineas.

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AMOUNIS STILL A GREAT HORSE. GAY BALLERINA UNABLE TO EXTEND HIM. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 February 1930

#iOU$S STLLL A GREAT HORSE. GAY BALLERINA UNABLE TO EXTEND HIM. The race of most interest at Rose hill, on Saturday was the Rosehill Stakes. 'Has Amounis done enough since he returned , to work to beat Gay Ballerina?' was a general ques tion. It was conceded that; at his best, Amounis would have an. easy; task but, while he was spelled after the Spring Campaign, Gay- Sallerina had been ' proving -she was at the top of her form. The . bettl/ig STiowed the books' be-j lief in Gay Ballerina. She opened at 7 to 4, at 5 to 2, Gesto at 4 to 1,' and Valais 5' to 1. j Almost at the last moment] Amounis hardened to 7 to 4, and, as a result, Gay Ballerina eased to 9 to 4. '| As they paraded before going to! the post, Gay Ballerina and Gesto! looked particularly fit, but there wasi very little fault to find with Amounis. He was bright, and did not seem any softer than .wheiJ racing' three 'months 'So. v. ??? ? . , In a measure it was a disappoint ing race. Amounis won as he liked. Valais did m...

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SPEED AND STAMINA. HORSES THAT CONTESTED NEWMARKET AND CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 February 1930

SPEED AND STAMINA. HORSES THAT CONTESTED NEWMARKET AND CUP. (By Our Melbourne Representative) It is fairly safe to predict that tne Newmarket and Australian Cup double will not be attempted with the one horse in the future. At one time it was not unusual to seel horses started in both races, but their efforts always met with failure.] Both races have been won by thej same horse — but not in the same year. Lochiel is recalled in this con nection. The New Zealander was first home in the big sprint in 1887. He came back two years later in the hope of repeating the performance, iut it was found that the market j was not favorable. Then there was a change of plans. S Lochiel was hurriedly prepared for the Australian Cup, and, despite that he had not done much long distance work, he was able to pull through. He had beforehand galloped two miles on the sand track at Fleming- j ton in 3.38, and this greatly strength-] ened belief in him for the two and a quarter miles race. Carbine as a thr...

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AMERICAN BREEDERS' GREAT YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 February 1930

AMERICANBREEDERS'GREAT Y££R. After all. the yearling sales held in Wennington, N.Z., will jnot cut deeply. into the Sydney sales. Some Australian breeders were afraid many of the highest pi-iced lots Would be bought for Sydney and Melbourne, and that might weaken the demand for .the . best young sters. It was not so as not, only was the 2,400 gs. Hunting. Song-Oratress colt kept in New Zealand, but most of the otl.er four-figures yearlings. New Zcalanders ask high prices, for their tried .horses, . and are. n,ot afraid to pay for young stock. More interest than ..usual attaches to the comijng sales in Sydney. . Seve ral new sires wjll be represented, and while pessimists . are' prophesying a slump, as compared with the last couple of seasons, 'Buyers will come from somewhere' is the opinion of the mose optimistic. Prices for yearlings were not as high in England last year as in 1928. On the other hand , bloodstock never [sold better in America. It is mentioned that for the first j t...

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NOTICE PAPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 February 1930

NOTICE PAPER. Meeting of uie City Council . held i in the Council Chamber on Thurs-i day, the 6tli February, 1930. ' ORDERS, OF THE DAY. Reports of meetings of the Public Works, Reserves, Ferries. Lighting, and . Beach Committees held in the! Council ChaQiber on; Thursday,, the 8l)th'dayrrof January, '1^30; *\ Public Works- 23/1/30. i . Present: The R,W- the Mayor, I A. J. W1 Lewis, E/q., J.P.. Crs.j Condon, Davey, Curtis, and Pudney.j : Building Surveyor's reports. 16thi and 23rd January, 1930. Recom-j mended -that applications NosJ 2691/2698 be approved. ? F. England re straying cdttle near his property, Largs North, and ask ing permission to fence ofF portion of Railway Terrace, adjoining his property. Recommended that the; writer be given permission to fence off this portion of. Railway Terrace, provided an unlocked gate is left at; each end. Rental of 1/ per annum to be charged. ! Dr. J. J. O'Grady asking Council to repair-£ence on liis block in Af ric ! Street, the damage bein...

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FILMLAND. A LUCKY LISTEN-IN. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 February 1930

[?] A LUCKY LISTEN-IN. V ? ? ' ? ; J. L. Warner, head pf the Warner Bros.' studios in Hollywood, sat . in! his Hollywood ^ome -yyith one ear glued to the telephone receive^ andi the other ear turned towards a £$dio-. set that was going full ste^m. ahead. i ?'- 1 'If or.e flower grows, alone .in y-our' garden, ' ' ' . Soft petals blooming must wither y some day.' ] ''If she's a all good looking, ask' iiaiyick .to see her right #way. - She's got just the voice 'we ..ijrant/'vMr. Warner shouted into, the telep^phV 'Wait a minute. ,.Wait'a miimte: fere's the announcer. . I'll get . bnence ensued, savie foV ;the st^nto . . rian tones that- now, c^me oyer- the: a'r- '. ? . L.And you' -h^ve 'just been listening to Miss -jqrioj£a Kijjg, the well-known concert 'soloist,, sing* ing 'One Flower in Your Gacclen/ from that popular operetta /The JQe ,sert ySong.' ' ' -s 'That's the name, Carlotta King.' Mr. Warner turned again to the lele . phone. 'Get in touch with- her— quick.' ; One day later ...

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Port Adelaide Corporation Mayor's Parlor, Town Hall, Port Adelaide, February 6, 1930. To Members of the City Council, Port Adelaide. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 February 1930

Port Adelaide Corporation Mayor's Parlor, . Town Hail,' . | Port Adelaide, , February 6, 1930. $ To Members of the City Council. ' V ; ' Port' Adelaide. ' Gentlemen. — ?;r':V;it is; with fegret tfiat ;I: rfeipdm'the^ deaths of Messrs. T. Prideaux and P.j Duncanson, two old Portonians, both1 ; highly respected citizens. i , V Aeonference/wa shgld oc Tuesday, i the 27th ult., between members of! the Council, and representatives on' lie -Municipal Tramways Trust .1 (Alderman J. L. Leal and C. M. 'ReidJ^ud Mr. W. G. TJ Goodman,' CP#i££ Engineer and General Manager,) when -the question of the proposed altered - Biis and Tram service, and thelinking up of the Adelaide to Pt.' Adelaide' tram service was discussed. I ^pies;pf- .th^ report of the confer-] ,em36;have been supplied to members. i T^ie question of constructing a j rcadjway in Jervois Street was dis : cussed at a conference held on Mon-j day last when Councillor Stanford,] the :clerk .(Mr. A. Ralph) and the! overseer (Mr. J. Hanr...

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RIFF RIDING SONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 February 1930

RIFF RIDING SONG. Ho! so -we sing as we are riding, Ho! it's a time -you'd best be. .hiding low; It means the Riffs are abroad, ? Go, before you've bitten tjie sword — Ho! That's the sound that comes. to Pk - ?So .in the. night or early, morn you '? know, ??'.:? ,lf you're the 'Red Shadow's^ foe, j T^e -Siffs will strike with a 'blow ^Jiat- %ings you woe. ; £lie largest setting ever built .£pr a picture.^ was constructed at rthe- Warner i|(ros.A. studio in; H^lly J[or ' (fty^rent production ? 'The Desert Song,' -the first operetta adapted in its entirety to the , niqtion picture screen. -O/ily at this studio in fact co^ld such ; an - extensive; set .been, constructed, ?ince it en i.rely filled a new. 5ound stage,-w^iich ^®S; jflst b^eh ^ayjleted, and... which ls iy f ar .the largest -structure of its kiiid in -the world. : ^his magnificent! ^^r^3e^.ts a ro.cky i mountain pabjs 'on-rthe /f^ge of fhe^ Moroccan v es«rt , . aad i t .is- here that the .band :.by the -.niysteriousj fHed^^...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 February 1930

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 February 1930

iflBBSSB,!. BSflQBSBIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIBIlBGC MOTORISTS ! SAVE MONEY ! BY USING ' SUNSHINE MOTOR SPIRIT j FIRST GRADE 1/11 gallon; and ? 'Ro-AMA' Commercial Motor Spirit | AUSTRALIAN GRADED, 1/8 gallon; also ? ? Sunshine Motor Oil : 1/3 quart, 5/ gallon WE WILL DELIVER ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ? I HEAD OFFICE: 70 O'CONNELL STREET, NORTH ADELAIDE. Phone C 2237 « 8 note DEPOTS— Young Street, City between Franklin Street and Waymouth Street; * ® 83 Parade, Norwood; Corner Howard and Port Road, Beverley; Henley Beach Road, B Tonensville; Gawler Age ncy— W. Tape, Willaston. ? USE SUNSHINE MOTOR SPIRIT AND OILS FOR EFFICIENCY; AND SAVE MONEY ! ? B a IBHHIUDIflBBinBBBIH B ?. HMiMBBnaiBiMMBancaMainn

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 February 1930

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