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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 February 1930

£50 ON OFFER See Page Seven

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 February 1930

? ? ? 190 ST. VINCENT STREET, PORT ADELAIDE | (Right Opposite the Post Office) j| MANUFACTURING JEWELLER AND WATCHMAKER | WATCHES JEWELLERY SPECTACLES DIAMOND SERVICE | VALUE f SATISFACTION f j REPAIRS TO EVERYTHING 1 ? m

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 February 1930

\ JUNCTION ROAD. ROSEWATER. 1 '? ? ' * j END OF SEASON j ? AND ? ; 10 PER CENT DISCOUNT SALE ? | CUMING PRICES IN AIL DEPARTMENTS Zj ? 54ixu GREY SHEETING ^ ? 1/3 yard, less 10% - | _ 80in. GREY SHEETING: 1. . . . . .. 1/11. yard; 4ess 10% ? ? 54in. WHITE SHEETING .. .. .. .. 1/11 yard, less 10% ? ? 80in. WHITE SHEETING v- v ? 2/11 yard, less 10% _! ? . LINEN FORFAR, coloredkord^r or plain. llid. yard, less 10% * TURKISH HOLLER TOWELLING . v . ? 61d. yard.less 10% ? ? '^ED TICKING, ieavy,-68in. ...... 1/11 yir4i legs 10% a -11 BED TICJEJNG: ieayy, ^din. ; . . ...... X/H yard, less 10% i. ' Colored Bordered BREAKFAST CLOTHS, 38 x 40, 2/3; ?] ? SO x 60 . . . . . . . ? ;l'rt. .... ? ? 3/11, less 10% ? ? WHITE TABLE DAMASK . ? ? 2/3 yard, less 10% — 1 m - Wliite, . Golored Bordfired TABLE DAMASK, 2/6 yard, less 10% , ™ TEA TOWELS . . : . . . . . ... .€d., 8id. each, less 10% ?, ? Colorfed TURKISH TOWELS, 6d., 1/, 1/3, 1/6, 1/11, less 10% ? ? CRETONNE .. ? 9d., 10id.,Ll/ yard, less 10% _...

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FORTY WINKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 February 1930

FORTY WINKS. Some people must sleep in costly hotels, Others can doze in a tub, Some find it cheaper to sleep in the cells, But the best snooze of all's in a 'pub.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 February 1930

WORTH KNOWING CURE FOR BEE STING. Now that children run about barefoot, there is always a risk of treadinq on a bee and so receiving a nasty sting. If this happens, remove the sting and if there is any swelling srak the font in a basin of warm (not hot) water ' to which has been added two teaspoons of C3rb, soda; repeat. every two hours and keep patient's f ot from use. If the stinn is in such a position as prevents it Jieing bathed, wrap bandages of water and carb. soda over the sting and renew I every two hours. This is a sure cure. ? I GOOD FOR RICKETS. I The use of raw beef pu]p will be found bene ficial. It can be prepared as foilcws: Cut a ten-' der beef steak into the finest possible pieces and free it from all fatty substance, then place in a vessel and pound until the mnat becomes pulny; next rub through a fine sieve and season with rait. For a child one year old, one teaspoonful three or four times a day will be found sufficient. ! POULTICE MIXTURE. | While holidaying at t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 February 1930

Another Lot of : . ON W TABLES i TABL? N° 1 TABIE N°- 3 A Fresh Lot of HALF PRICE REM. QUILTS. Honeycomb and Marcella NANTS. All Cheap and Useful. . at Reduced Prices. Double and Single ? ? Bed Size. TAKE N°- 2 TABLE N° 4 RIBBONS. LADIES' LISLE AND LADIES' SHOES Worth up to 30/ SILK HOSE at Less than Half Price. s£ll to go at 4/11 per pair. 1 YOU WILL BE SURE TO SEE SOMETHING ON THE TABLES THAT YOU WANT Cash Groceteria RENMARK PEACHES - ? ? ? - 6d. Ib. LEAVE A^fflNE,. The New Floor Polish, lid tin t ? CRISPIES - Small,. 5fd, pkt, Large, 1/ pkt. See our TEA ! Our No. 4 Blend for 2/ lb. 1 v SOLVOL - - — ? ? ? 9|d. tin t is the Best in. the District | . - * / The Co-operative Stores Por t Adelaide

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 February 1930

OZONE THEATRE PORT ADELAIDE ATTRACTIONS, !™i nyitknwit SATURDAY - MONDAY - TUESDAY February 22 February 24 February 25 MARCELINE DAY » 'THE ONE WOMAN IDEA' ALSO ' THE RUNAWAY PRINCESS ' WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY - FRIDAY February 26 February 27 .February 28 WALTER HUSTON 'GENTLEMEN OF THE PRESS' ALSO MADY CHRISTIANS * 'THE RUNAWAY PRINCESS' ' I WANT YOU BACK ' Written and Composed by JACK FEWSTER (Musical Director Ozone Theatres Ltd.) and TOM KING. I u. ? t I OZONE THEATRE CRM A DU AD IT ATTRACTIONS OMl/ljrflUlifi SATURDAY - MONDAY - TUESDAY February 22 February 24 ' February 25 MORTON DOWNEY » 'SYNCOPATION' Also WILLIAM BOYD and LUPE VALEZ in ' LADY OF THE NIGHT ' WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY - FRIDAY February 26 February 27 February 28 REGINALD DENNY ' ONE HYSTERICAL NIGHT ' Semaphore, Friday, February 21, 'The Desert Song.' j M I 4 ji j j, j; I 1 I I i i \ . f f If r r i* 1 *— f ? j. ' =* ,0,1. Wca , , , , , , .,ih i t j j j i j j j i i. . - i o ? i * ? j j j i [' c A rosenws blooming in, a q...

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MADAME AND HER JEWELS A TOUCH OF BARBARITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 February 1930

MADAME AND HER JEWELS A TOUCH iQF BARBARITY. In -this unromantic year of. grace we 'like -to affect -a -little inno cent .barbarity. When one knows .that -nothing .lies -ahead buj eight, hours of typing dull, business letters, it is good :to Jlip on a tea Try, .carved ..rjng.' OneV atti .tude towards -the .office -changes - immediately. Every minute is ] enlivened with dramatic possi- . abilities. -If -one 'liked 'to -rub 'that ring, as Aladdin rubbed his lamp, and then, hey, presto! — everything would vanish in a splendid flare of Oriental magic, j i The jewellery of to-day is irresis tible. It ;is theatrical. It suggests to you that you have a role to play. Even Madam the Chairwoman of the Committee and her lantern-jowed secretary, are conscious of their ear rings as they bend over the minutes of the previous meeting. Those ear rings explain the slight distraction ? C X. ? -Jf UAnv AM«T_ I U1 me LWU U1 Litem. 11UW cuuiu aiij- j one concentrate on the ^ welfare of the community whe...

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FILMLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 February 1930

FILMLAND. A few years ago four Pennsyl vania State College boys, Fred, and! Tom Waring, Fred Buck and. 'Poley' McClintock, got together and. learn ed a few dance numbers. Thtey play ed two banjos, a piano and drums] of fhciv firct A**-r\r*n 0+ (-Pann' Cfnfn'J I and displayed such a pleasingly qri-l ginal style of dance music that this! first engagement led to calls for many others. Such was the. humble beginning of the now famous 'War- ifig's iJennsylvanians' in the all talkie 'Syncopation,' the RKO ijmsic comedy extravaganza. For seven years they have travelled across the country playing record-btjeaking en-1 gagements in the large motion pic ture houses. In addition to these ap pearances they have played in Lon don, Berlin, and !Paris, and when signed up to play for 'Syncopation' they were making New York a mer rier place to live in by their head lined feature act in 'Hello Your self,' the George Ghoos musical comedy at the Casino Theatre. These peppy jazzbos play nine selec tions...

Publication Title: Port Adelaide Gazette, The
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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALLER MAY GO TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 February 1930

SOUTH AUSTRALIA!? FOOT BALLER MAY GO TO MELBOURNE. An interesting personality — the wicketkeeper for the South Austra^ lian Colts' team against the Victorian Colts — is George Margitich. He. showed fair ability as a cricketer, keeping wickets reasonably well and making a few runs as a tail-ender. However, Margitich is a much bet ter footballer and is one of the best known players in Adelaide. He be. came famous as a goal-kicking' pro digy while at Rostrevor, the Christian Brothers' College in Adelaide. Latel he joined South Adelaide. He is a boy 6 ft. tall and well built. He takes a fine high mark, works into position well, and punts most of his goals. He is a believer in the spiral punt for distance and accuracy. Margitich was a member of the South Australian side 'that went to West Australia last season, arid he did well there. Like the Victorians who visited the West, the South Aus- r tralians found the umpiring execrable. In one match South Australia were beaten by a few points,...

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LATEST FOR LADIES A NEW SILHOUETTE WINTER STYLES SHOW NOVEL FEATURE DANCE GOWNS IN TWO OR MORE COLORS ASSEMBLED [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 February 1930

mTBSJ FOR LADIES ».' *v; ~ A NEW SILHOUETTE WHIffl SrVUS SHOW NOVEL FEATURE ? ^ -'Sri . s?7 ' ' ' r ? * r ' ? 1 DAhfC£ @9W^S IN TWO 0R M0RE COLORS ASSEMBLED , ' ^ rf-rxpt transition in mode indicated by an 'evening frock. -reaciiiBg ap sBch er two belowthe knees to one ankle- length in and fully grained in back . effect, has proved a surprise to - other than those always attentively interested in the ?- trstd of the fashions. .j' 'Very; l^-fntiful, very alluring, and distinctively feminine in general expression,' aire the. dinner ' and dance frocks in winter style. Old.tuneeffects, gaiaingin char A during a long ab sehc£, reappear to captivate anew. The contrast- afforded bv the semi-fitt*d or fitted bodice attached to a full flowing skirt, is _ ery strilt'ng, and brings into prominence-, those special youth - - imparting qualities for which the toilette inclusive of a very s i1. - sihort sldrt was remarkable. The ideal for the immediate future differs in many impor. -' particulars ...

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KNOWLEDGE KERNELS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 February 1930

KNOWLEDGE XER^LS. . A walk of three-quarters of a mile can -be enjoyed round the promenade decks, of the new Orient .liner, the' Orontes. There is also an open-air swimming bath -on board. * * * ' . - » j Packed in . sections, a church, a manse, and a shop have been sent by steamer to a place in Greenland, within the Arctic Circle. The church, when erected, will 'be the most northerly in the world. # * # # An explosive known as 'thermit,' and powerful enough to shatter large -bergs, is a mixture containing iron and aluminium. On explosion it gives off gas -which, in .theory, should splinter the largest iceberg. * * * * Nine rhours' sleep, four hours off nuty every day, and special, inspec tors for. food and sleeping accommo dation will ,be compulsory for Ger man domestic servants if a Bill to go | before the German Parliament be I comes law. -* ? * * * The 'demand for London boys and girls fresh1 from school is now almost greater than the supply, owing to the lower birth rate of .th...

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NEW STYLE COIFFURES. WILL THE "BUN" BE POPULAR? [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 February 1930

NEW STYLE COIFFURES. WILL THE 'BUN' BE POPULAR ? . All other matters in the world j of fashion are decided with com paratively little trouble, but with the question of the perma nency ' or otnerwise of the shingle under debate, opinions are so -conflicting and so uncer tain that when the discussion is - concluded we are no better in-' - formed than when we began. The subject, too, appears to be of universal interest unlimited to that sex whose future experiments in hairdressing directions may be said to be bound up with the issue. In deed, to a point surprising most of us, it has recently been invested with a gravity and importance des tined possibly to result in an inter national conference, London being regarded as the only city worthy the1, assembling of talent of this particu lar order. One illuminating utter ance appearing in the press suggests that the isue is determined before the interchange of opinions has] taken place. Experts, we are in formed, 'hope that the problem of |...

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BOOK REVIEWS MAN'S AND WOMAN'S LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 February 1930

BOOK REVIEWS MAN'S AND WOMAN'S LOVE. Black Bread. Poems by Patience Ross ; Blackwell. The Book of Beauty, by -H. M. Greer,. lDent and -Sons. These two volumes of verse pre sent a curious contrast. Mr. Green, almost as much by his thoughts as liic „ -r ? i IUO VUIIA-CCOlUii lit u 1U1CVVU1U) lr» CY1-! denty of mature years, and yet this' long 'faery' poem is very youthful^ in its enthusiasm, its idealism. It is, really the story of a man's love;j but 'the puruit, through regions not; of this world, is a spiritual quest for the soul of the loved woman, and and the goal is a love which is one with beauty. The language is some times only pastiche poetry, because of the poet's inadequately trained sense af style, but the imaginative fervor, continually brings, a return of the intensity of experience Which obviously caused the poern. Patience Ross is almost certainly young, and true to the times; she has occasionally a very sophisticated manner. There are many signs of an unusual gift of w...

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THE PARISIENNE REMEMBERS. DETAILS FROM THE FASHION CENTRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 February 1930

THE PARISIENNE REMEMBERS. DEI AILS FROM THE FASHION CENTRE. Make-up nas been effected by the success of the off-the-brow hats. Nowadays a little powder should be dusted over the brow, just as it should be used over the upper part. of the throat. To see a weilpowder ed nose and chin accompanied by a shiny brow and an unpowdered un der chin is bad. Bottle green is decidedly making headway in popularity, and is a most serious rival to the black and beige of which the Parisienne is so fond. Coats are developing highwaymen's capes of godets, pieces hanging from flarea — more or less according to preference. Printed fabrics are going, ana dresse? are of plain material — georgette, velvet and fancy woollens — and are usually trimmed with ecru i or pinky-beige needle-run or line lace, such as the Mechlin variety. In Paris there has never been a season wherein the hours defined | the clothes quite as much as now; i streets clothes are designed solely for streets wear and the formal after nnn...

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INCUBATION OF DUCKS' EGGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 February 1930

4NCUBATI0N OF DUCKS' EGGS. The hatching of duck eggs re quires different treatment from hen eggs. 'You cannot get so much duck eggs in a machine, but the percen tage in hatching With hot air ma [chines can easily be 90. per cent, from fertile eggs with proper care. Eggs for incubation never want to be above eight days' old before being set. If dirty they may be washed in luke- warm water free from any soap, or chemicals. Our method after washing is to put them on the tray Of the incubator and allow them to stand at least 12 hours before being heated up. Run the machine at 102. Duck eggs do not require turning fo^r the first 36 hours, and scarcely any eooling for the first fortnight. Gauge your cooling so that, with a_ slow in crease, it gets about five minutes in the -last week. If the weather is very hot and dry the eggs require slightly longer. Increase the heat from . 102 H to 3 03 when hatching, but never ex ceed 103. Duck eggs require plenty of mois ture, and after tjie first t...

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THE FIRST AID CHEST. WHAT TO HAVE IN EASILY MADE NECESSITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 February 1930

THE FIRST AID CHEST. WHAT TO HAVE IN EASILY MADE NECESSITY. Many serious results from slight accidents could be ODviated if every house was equipped with a medi cine chest. For a few shillings, and with an _i ? j ? l ? : ? i _ j ? ? elementary Knowledge 01 nrsi-aiu, minor injuries can be instantly cleansed and dressed, and ultimately cured at home. This chest or cabinet, which may also contain surgical appliances, is invaluable where there is a large family. It is better for one member to take charge of it, so that it may be kept clean and tidy and any medi cine renewed when required. A really good chest can be pre pared easily and cheaply, most of the simple medicines and surgical ap pliances being obtainable ? from any reliable chemist. . Tincture of iodine, two ounces, in valuable as an antiseptic, for cuts, stings, abrasions and other small wounds. . Garron oil, eight ounces.. An emer gericy ( dressing for buriiii^imtf '®fcaMs. ~ Ciquid ammonia, four ounces, oil of citronella, h...

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CULLING PULLETS. BUILDING PROFITABLE FLOCKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 February 1930

GULLING PULLETS. BUILDING PROFITABLE * FLOCKS. It is pretty safe to say that a hen that will not .' produce at ' least 150 eggs in a. year, is not . ?' -' worth keeping, and a flock that ^ has- not an .average of 15.0 U ? » not paying its way. When culling pullets before they come into production we cannot hope to determine very exactly their prob-r able egg ^production for a year, but we can pick out those which will ne ver pay for the £eed-,theyieat. Those pullets which haye small hard combs should be rejected, and those with narrow snaky heads, and long, crow-; like beaks. A pullet with spindjy shanks, narrow back, shallow body, and a flat breast is a wastral consum iner good -food. A knock-kneed^ pullet without -much capacity space cannot become a good layer. The thighs should be deep from the hip bones to 'the point of the -keel, and must have a broad 'head and prominent eyea. Leghorn pullets -will not be quite so -wide between the thighs, nor so deep -in the body, as th6se of ...

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APPRECIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 February 1930

APPRECIATION. ' 'O.w's your,, son gittin' on with' the 'air-dressing, Mrs. Evans?' 'Fine, Mrs. Greene. The firsti lady's 'air 'e cut when she see her-j self in the glass she says 'Goodi Evans!'' !

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LARGE FIELD FOR SMALL PRIZE. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 February 1930

LARGE FIELD FOR SMALt. PRIZE. In England, exceptionally large fields for selling races of small vain© are not uncommon. i At Windsor on November 11, there j were 34 starters for a Selling Wel-j ter Handicap, for which first money; was xi4i, anu second money, xo. There was an original entry of 66 at £3 each, so .it was a satisfactory race for the club. Not a bid was forthcoming for the winner, a four year-old gelding named Darnley, who started at 14 to 1. That said little for the 33 he beat. j

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