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

THUMBNAIL .REVIEWS. Studies in Literature. Third series by Sir A. Quill^r Couch. (Cambridge Press). A further series of delight ful essays. The Toll of the Marshes, by C. E. j Heanley. (Benn). Quietly written, but rather cruel stories of ' country I i;i.a i | Who Killed Charmain Karslake, by! Anne Hanyes (J. Lane). A jolly good! detective yarn. Exciting to the last page. _ ! The Silver Churn, by Elizabeth Hughson. (Hodder & Stoughton). A dull book about an insuberable prig. The Earth Tube, by G. Edwards (Appleton). An unconvincing tale of the future derived from H. G. Wells and Edgar Rice Burroughs. The Scarlet Runners, by John Glyder. (Jenkins.! Broad farce. Amusing in small doses. The Trail of -Blood, by Charles Rushton. (Jenkins.) It does its best to live up to its sticky title. Pioneers of Reform, by D. C. John ston. (Methuen.) Sketches of Cob bett, Owen, Place, Shaftesbury, Cob Hpn atiH PiMirlit wifh *x hv . Sidney Webb. Paris, by Moma Clark. (Medici j Society.) A finel...

Publication Title: Port Adelaide Gazette, The
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THE BOOK LOVER [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 February 1930

THE BOOK bOVER Mr. ^Frederick iWeatherly, barrister at-law and writer of many popular songs, left a fortune exceeding £41,000 in value., ' A first edition o£ Mr. Bernard Shaw's 'Cashel Byron's Profession' |ias Bilen sold in London for £102. It was nrst published at one shilling. During a recent tour in the United States, Mr. Edgar Wallaiee was. inter viewed 87 times and photographed 23 times in 26 days. He wrote more than 3,000 autographs. Sheila Kaye-Snrith, who -with her husband, the Rev. Rev. Penrose Fry, recently^ joined the Roman Catholic communion, has written a new novel called 'Shepherds in SaGkcloth.' It is a psychological study of a village parson, an Anglican -arid not a Ro man Catholic. Cassell will publish the novel in April or May. ' ' There - should ibe much -fun in -the anthology-of bad verse, edited by Mr. D. B. Wyndham Lewis and . Mr. C. Lee, with seven cartoons 'by -Mr. Max Beerhohm, whjjch, under the title 'The Stuffed Owl,' will 'soon be pubr lished by -Dent. It...

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

DESPERATE REMEDY. 'What have you there?' 'Some _ insect powder.' 'Good 'heavens! You aren't going to commit suicide?' * * * * NARROW ESCAPE. Parent {finishing story) — 'And they lived happily ever after.' Angel Child- — 'Gee, Pop, lucky they didn't get married.' * . . ❖ + * THE TRUTH. At the last election in Westralia it was decided by the party opposing one eahdidate, that he be heckled at i all costs whep addressing audiences, jg On. the night of. his 'first meeting % ' he arose to speak, cleared his throat, and began: ? 'Ladies and gentlemen-—-' 'You're a liar!*' came' from three different places in the hall. f

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

On Sale Every Friday — ? ® ® ®.-®- ® :?„?.? ?,-?.9 ? 9 ? ? . R|i'l_l .BJP. B.'B H Ji.® ® '® J® _ Published Continuously by F. /. Jennings for over 19 Years N ext Saturday's Balaklava Meeting Highest pH| s&xjlcB. JEx-fc:jr»ja. Hal n j ft Placing Last Race j: ? ' ~ ' ' in Correct Order ! Two Competitions in One Selections May be Left at 231 St. Vincent St., Port Adelaide an for HEETING ? DATE ? I hereby apply for the position of 'Sport'' Tipster r your next meeting. I submit the following as a mpis of my ability, on the understanding that if this gisters MOST POINTS (five for a winner, three for 'a' icond, and one for a third), I be paid £30, and should register SECOND HIGHEST £10. to supply a . set of lectloits for the next Metropolitan Race Meeting for iblication in 'The Sport.' If other applicants tip wi»h 5, I agree to divide. I agree to accept the Frtitor's cision M final, and to abide toy conditions as published 'The Sport.' LAST EVENT (Special Salary for correct order) ...

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THE HOSTAGE. (Continued from last week.) [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 February 1930

THE HOSTAGE. By E.M. JAMESON. (Continued from last week.) '♦Poor, motherless baby! I wish you were mine — mine and Nigel's!' The last two words floated out in voluntarily. She flushed a faint, lovely carmine, and walked to her bureau. Her handwriting had altered in the past few years ; she had no fear that it might £e recognised; indeed,1 during her brief love story it is to; be questioned, whether Nigel ever ever seen it. She smiled as she read, over the formal note: I 'Mrs. Featherston writes to say j that Mr. Heathcote's little boy is i at her house, having lost his way among the sandhills. She hastens to let Mr. Heatheote know, as pro bably he may be anxious.' She paused, penholder en lip, look ing thoughtfully at the sleeping child. Supposing Nigel. Heatheote merely sent a , messenger— Eliza, for in ^ stance ,? She wouid resent yielding i '7 him up ta the heavy-handed _ and tyrannical Eliza. Besides — again a flush dawned in her face — she would mis? .her opportunity, the oppor...

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A COIFFURE FROM PARIS THE ONE EAR EFFECT INTRIGUING. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 February 1930

A COIFFURE FROM PARIS THE ONE EAR EFFECT INTRIGUING. - Ears, Which for so long have been permitted to play a pretty game of hide mnd ifeek, are once again to make appearance with out the dainty shield of cluster ing golden: .or sunny brown - . curls. Not both at once are they to' enter fashion's 'field. On. at * time, is the order authborita tively , given, and which, ear -is : first repealed .is a point to be. de termined! by the ' individual con , ««rned. Most women . adopting this ?ather quaint mode prefer, -to bring 'he waved right side, division of hair 4own over the right ear,' the! ends being concealed under a- 'bun' set gracefully at the nape of the neck in becoming Grecian style. To effect the ..most charming coif-! fure in the latest Parisian style, the! hair requires, to be parted towards! the left side; a short, curled or! straight fringe softening the line of the division and reflecting decidedly j attractively. Conspicuously alone, the left- ear, concealed- for several...

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

A DAINTY TRIFLE. Put a small sandwich 'cake (any stale one will do) in the bottom of a glass dish. Stew to a pulp two large apples, with sugar to taste, and pour over cake, sprinkling a little sugar over all. Make any kind of table jelly (rasp berry or strawberry preferred), and when be ginning to set pour over apples. Finally, make a -boiled cusfartT- pour- it over the jelly after' it has- become firm, and add whipped ucaui

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GETTING UP. AS WELL AS GOING TO BED. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 February 1930

GETTING UP. AS WELL AS GOING TO BED. . The saying 'Getting out of bed oil thewrong side' has a wise thought underlying the words, for from a physical point of view it is bad to tumble out of bed the moment you wake up. During the night the vital organs have, been ,, working less strenuously, sp that vitality is low and' the circulation feeble. A sud den, leap up. on awakening may give a considrable. shock to the whole sys tem, and especially to the heart. If one springs' up too soon after waking up one often feels tired later on.-iii.the morning. The remedy -Is. to b^' found in the stretching of every nfcSsSle in the' body and trying ^to extend the length of the whole body by several inches. This exercise should be continued whille still ir bed for two or three minutes. The stretching will induce the organs of the body to resume their work without shock. When you go to bed you will not sleep if .you have been working- or woB^ying or . j rushing about to- $ie very last lainute. Try t...

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

am a mum mmmmmu mmmmrmmmmmmmmu To the Residents of 5= Port Adelaide and % District COR your convenience wc have ^ /; - -.- established a direct branch of our £ Company at the address mentioned £ below. ^ THERE you will find the same } , courteous treatment, the same £ price and service as at our Adelaide £ headquarters. ?? ,'lr Owners and Prospective Owners of CHEVROLET I and BUICK *Ci Are invited to use our Port Branch to the £ fullest convenience ? - CITY MOTORS LIMITED ~ Phone: J2323. St. Vincent Street, Port Adelaide A

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

I SOMETHING THAT ALL r; MARRIED WOMEN E SHOULD KNOW § |j Apply to 1 I M.FISHER. 1 97 PIRIE STREET ' § FOR' FREE ADVICE |

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

wwiiwtfuwiwww^^ IINewSeason's Seeds J II | , PANSY, Giant Exhibition and Trimardeaii Madam Perrct j! ;« Y . 2/ per. picket '! j! ICEXANlflPi|H3IES, assorted and pink shades, r J[ ? 4 .^STOCKS, PEAS, VIOLAS j; VKETABLE ^EDSi allvanetra; SHALIjOTS and GARLIC |j iii; M. G: Hill, Art Fforist, etc. jj 23« iCdMME«ClAl ROAD, PORT ADELAIDE j;

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KEEP PLACE COOL. HOT HOUSES ONLY FOR EXOTICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 February 1930

KEEP PLACE COOL. HOT HOUSES ONLY FOR EXOTICS. How to keep the house cool, on '. ] a hot ! day ? that is one of prok- lems -that hifLt to be faced by ? the A(UtCali(j| housewife eWry . »ummerv' t i»'eaisy one . in house* ' where -clectirifci ty has been in* '. i ? ..j.— x * vi «u hue Jiwiuca wucrc .?» coolness-' has been considered in ' the construction of the building. But;one' is amazed at the number of new , houses - built in. . Australia, where no provision has been made to keep out the heat. The pioneers, .protected their houses wiih: broad ;yeraridjahs. Now -they arc passmg »ut of 'favor. People are - all for ! arid ^sunlight, but if the' vieraii d^ih is ^eliminated, the windo ws should be fitted^ with shutters or sun blinds.! ^ousesjwith bare fronts withcV:f'' ^ese-kc;cessories, were hardly habit able today. ?- ? p-- ^e'^Ojf the chief comforts dur ing jHeajt spells - is to have the' win-; dbws -*;o-)vtered with movable , bliridsi ?^tsidferi'^niese should be drawn up ikt ni^jt ...

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USEFUL HINTS Petrol for Stings. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 February 1930

| useful mm Petrol for Stings. ? Old fishermen on the upper North Coasit f districts of New South Wales have ; ior years used both petrol and kerdkene as cures for stingy from the drea^d bullrout and stingray. They are also useful for allaying the pain ^nl fmm fVifi cfinrrc Ar Vtifue r\f 4.U1 11 VIII OVlllgO VI VI mosjkinsects. In almost atyf'^ascs wtiejuH applied unadulterated;^ gie wound either remedy gives ^instant ? { relief.; 1 ' 'M ^/Suffering from Neuralgia; ? If buffering, from neuralgia, drink' a:.gla^s of hot milk with a pinch of , salt in it, keep very quiet and place a-hoti application to the seat of tb£ pairi.V ? / Ws ? 4 ?.»;?*? 'y v-;: Washing White Clothes. Toavoid boiling white clotjbe^ shred ilb. 'soap into two.-p&ils of very: hot vi^ater and add twp^^hlegpoo^ ammonia and one tablesjppon turpen tine;! ^Stir until the soap^^SsqlvedJi then.^oak the clothes ift ;the?iiiiixtu^% for - taree. hours. Aft^f /fhiit wash* andvrinse and they will ta.^beaxti fully elea...

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

LAUBMAN & PANK Sight Testing and Manufacturing Opticians. 75 RUNDLE STREET, ADELAIDE. SIGHT-TESTING At Kirby, Chemist. St. Vincent Street, Port Adelaide, EVERY FRIDAY, from 12.30 till ^9 1-,' D.ro. Appointments may be made with Kirb'y or Ring C308U (2 lines). '''

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

PASSION FRUIT SYRUP. Scoop out the pulp of 12 passion fruit into a large jug and add three teaspoon tartaric acid. Boil 3 cups of sugar in the same quantity of water and pour over the passior.-pulp and acid. ' When cold, strain and place in bottle;. Allow 1 wineglass to a tumbler of water. j FOUR-FRUIT JAM. Two quarts stoned cherries, 1 quart ' red r' currants, 1 quart Qooseb/^-iesI I pint raspber- . ries, sugar. Top and tail the gooseberries, stone the cherries, and stalk the currants. Weigh all.'J' the fruit and allow lib. sugar for each lb. 1,1 o ffruit. Put the fruit into a preserving-pan;- r and cook well. When sufficiently done add warm* *. cd sugar and bjil until a Jittle will set on ' a ' saucer. Bottle and seal. It is not necessary to ' r have green gooseberries for this jam. ' 'chicken TOMATO MAYONNAISE T '' Choose some medium-sized, firm, smooth-, skinned tomatoes of equal size. Wipe them with' a soft, damp cloth, cut a round piece from the top of each and remove the seed...

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

THE SPORT BILLIARD sip | RENOVATED raROtlGHQUT J 3 FIRST CLASS TAMS f i NEW STANFAST CUSHIONS ' ? B All Brands of Tobacco and Cigarettes Stocked - ? ? A TRIAL SOLICITED / - « ? :. ;?-/ ? ; ? . » Dick CiHinolei Prwietw ? ? ? ? ' ? ' -:f'! * ? ^ :: ' . .. n

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BALAKLAVA ACCEPTANCES. RUN SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 February 1930

BALAKLAVA ACCEPTANCES. RUN SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22. 1.0 ? HANDICAP HURDLES ? ? 1.0 Two m!l«. . Some Scot . . 11 0 Kerlainy ; . 9 1 Joyleen ... 9 12 Make' Haste . 9 0' My Clan ... 9 S Sir -Alba . . 9 0 ! Los Anton ..94 Some Aid . . 9 0; Enormous ..91 'V Some Scot ? 1 | Joyleen ? ? . . . 2 Los Anton . . . . ...... 3. I 1.40 ? NOVICE RACE, f— = ? 1.40 ; Six furlonQt. Ben Marco . . g 11 Antonal^i . . .34 Orlm ..... 8 11 Anton Lady ..84 Edna Cherry . . 8 11 Balltsnd . Eileen's Birthday 8 111 BJsty V;! c.?. ; # s » Flylno Ma/oo . . * 11 ' KToo ^Giim' . . 8 4 Just Now ... 8 11 Klnottol ...*84, King'* Colors . . 8 11 Lsdy Magnus . .84 Lu Anton . . . 8 11 Tandem Ride .84 Our Gem . . . 8 11 White Flag .. .8. 4. Stimulant . . .811 B«Wr ' . . . ^11 Amami . . . 8 4-' * «--? - Balisand .. .. i -. *? ?l-'V Bestir .. . . ..-v. .* . . ' 2 Stimulant ? ? . . 3 2.20 ? FLYING HANDICAP r™— , 2.20, | Six furlongs.' . [Mambin .... 8 5 Oberon K . ; \ 7 10 Cerulean . . „ 8 2 fUmorny.. -. . . tJ.O The Kirk ... ...

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AT A £400 FEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 February 1930

AT A £400 FEE. -v Reigh Count's win in the Corona-. .^ tion Cup . and second in the Ascoji Gold, Cup enhanced his stud value; . He is starting at the stud in Amenca, ! this season, and has a full list. at~a £400 fee; - with no return privilege. , A 4- 4-Wa ayi/1 Y-k-f locf vAQr nnlv fivp Ab C1IU VI iao t *.W . scriptions . were .available for the _ 1931 and 1932 seasons. . ; . W. T. Waggoner, the- millioiiaire , oil man, is said to have offered a million dollars (£200,000) for Reigh Count on his return .from England, and J. D. Hertz refused it. Difficult of belief,- either way, A fight toy place between Primo , Carnera (269 i lb.) and Petersori. (209), at New York on Saturday. Carnera won by a knockout almost immediately. Peterson slapped the giant Italian in the face, after which Carnera opened up .with a series : pi terrific lefts and dropped Peterson four times, finishing him the. last time. £1.1. Twenty . thousand . saw the fight. , Sporting writers were surprised .that Peterson...

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GAWLER RACES. PLACED HORSES AND DIVIDENDS. SECOND CLASS PLATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 February 1930

1 1 | GAWLER RACES. j I L t I PLACED HORSES AND D:VIDENDS. 1 I ' ? I I 1 1 SECOND CLASS PLATE. j I wain, a.4 5'. 1: u-nr'iacy, 1 11/. 2; Ulster Gold. 3. I I I I HURDLE RACE. | | Alwynian. £5 4/, 1; Cockina, £1 I | 5/, 2; Oorallaw, 3. j | THIRD CLASS PLATE | I (First Division.) ] Archeson, £2 10/, 1; Starena, £1 | j 5/, 2; Euchat. 3. j 1 MOD170' HANHIpAP. 1 I Spang, £5 15/, 1; Betty Tuck, £3 ] I 6/, 2; Royal Lass. 1 JUMPERS' FLAT. I Bowshot, £5 2/, 1; Impeccable, £2 ] 8/. 2: Wembley. 3. I I J I THIRD CLASS PLATE. | (Second Division.) j I Lady Ccmique, £7, 1; Dunmanway, j 1 15/, 2; Goalong, 3. I I r 1 FIRST CLASS PLATE. | j Aurie Anton, £3, 1; Steel Guitar, 1 I £1 4.', 2; Omnipotent, 3. | i i ^ ? i i

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

i NOTICE.—10 persons about to have their J * ' CLOTHES DRY CLEANED ? ; COME TO US : ? Clothes Dry Cleaned by us are Thoroughly Cleaned ? ? OUR PFICE— J * SUITS £ I COSTUMES J ? FROCKS '/ TOPCOATS ? ? OUR PRESSING IS ALL DONE BY HAND ENSURING A ? PERFECT FINISH, AND AT THE SAME TIME RETAINING THE ? ? ? ORIGINAL SHAPE. ? Z F. J. WHITMARSH & SON : a i '? TAILORS AND DRY CLEANERS ' J 137 COMMERCIAL ROAD, PORT ADELAIDE J, ' (Opposite Corner to Newmarket Hotel) g m s b b e n a B b ? ? bbbbb a ? *. a. ji

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