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

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

R. B. CLARKE'S FAMOUS RHEUMATIC CURE Has never been known to fail In. I ones single. case when the instructions have Been carried out. Over 1 600 ' cases Have been treated since June 15 last. Large sums have been offered for the prescription. Two hundred pronounced cases of total Cripples of Rheumatoid, Orthritis cured. , . You can obtain supplies from J. J. CUMMINGS GROCER TORRENS ROAD ALBERTON. (Near Ozone Picture Theatre) ? i WWVWWWWWWWWVWVtfW Dance & Euchre i '' TO BE HELD i j! EVERT WEDNESDAY NIGHT AT '.45 P.M. AT THE ji | W.M.A. THEATRE, NILE STREET f PORT ADELAIDE J E Proceeds in aid of the DISTRESSED WIVES and FAMILIES ji' p of Waterside Workers. 1 ! P CoOl Drinks and Sweets Provided. Ji ' Monte Carlo and Streamer Waltz. Dancing 8 till. 10.45. ....- \ J p Old and New Dances. . y Tom Garnaut's Jazz Band in attendance. . J- I ADMISSION— GENTS, 1/-; LADIES, 6d. ;j j| F. A. CARR, Hon. Secretary. Jj Lwwwjwiw/wwtf. vwwwwuwwwwvwwwwwwv ? . ^ - $2

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

ARTHUK BROWN & C0MPAM¥fl (Opp. Town Hall) ; ST. YINCENT STREET PORT ADELAIDE HEAVtf REDUCTIONS i IN MENS READY TO WEAR AUi ^WOOL SERGE SUITS | ; Pure Indigo Dye, lid Grey, AU Wool Melange Suite . orig'.;i9a(£- for' ' ' MSDITSARE * J - WELL TAILORED, ' ? - GOOD LININGS, & v - ' JP^| ; ' ; 0®'^im:^TIER : SUITS ARE ALL RE- jB/Jgg : . V DUCED IN PRICE, & ' Iftfl IB : ? ARE WELL WORTH ?? pS Y0BR rlN^KTION BROWN '§ RHHJODTO || BROWNS . - PORT ADELAIDE | ' *' ' ' ' ? 1—1 ? 1 I — — — — ' I 1 'T

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"THE RUNNING REVIEWED. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 February 1930

THE RUNNING REVIEWED. Twain ran to the front soon after the^ start in the Second Class Plate, and never at any time was any of her opponents able to extend her. Diplomacy was back in the middle! of the field early, but ran in secon l| place coming to the home turn, and i ....11 4-~ J „ ? ? wcui- vii wen i ,\j vane sccuuu uiuiic^* Ulster Gold was ravorite, and had every chance. She was always in j the leading division, but when it came, to the critical stage sue had very little kick left, and had to take third ] place. I T'\-~ ? ? -1 ? _1 ? ±. ' i.1.. was at ways ciu&p to b|ie leaders, and beat all but the placeget ters. Game Hen was doing well to wards the finish, an or 'nlsned along side of Droscela. Leucops King was ; a long way out of his . ground, tut was finishing- fast close up. Radiant Revel ran a fair race without being really dangerous. Gienside was niever able , to go the pace, and is ap 'p^fiently .getting a trifle rstalei - JMiffi, Calamus disappointed badly. Shf...

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GOOD RACING AT GAWLER Spang and Aurie Anton Repeat Successes TWAIN WINS IN GOOD STYLE ALWYNIAN SHAPES WELL OVER HURDLES BOWSHOT AND LADY COMIQUE WIN [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 February 1930

j GOOD RACING AT GAWLER Spang and Anne Mao Rep eat Successes TWAIN WINS IN GOOD STYLE ALWWN SHAPES WELL OVER HURDLES. BOWSHOT AND LADY C0MIQI1E WIN The Gawler Jockey Club had a good meeting last Saturday. . ; Spang, which won the Handicap a month previous, repeated that ' success, and so did Aurie Anton, which won \tne sprint at both meetings. Twain won the Second- Class Plate .in' flood style. Alwynian showed good form' in winning the' Hurdle .Race from i 'Cockina. Bowshot won his first race when he took -the Jump ers' Flat. Lady Comique, a recent country winner,, won the Third Cla ss Plate. A year ago there were eight events at the Gawler Club's corre sponding meeting. On that occasion the tote took £1,000 more than it did on Saturday, wnen there was one irace less. This speaks well for the popularity of this club, as just re cently there has been a big falling off at some of our meetings. The attendance last Saturday was good; it was considerably larger than that of the meeting h...

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COFFROTH OF U.S.A. American Says Australian Boxing Will Come Back. DEMPSEY MOST COLORFUL FIGHTER KNOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 28 February 1930

COFFROTH OF U^A. American Says Australian Boxing : Will Come Back. i DE'MPSEY MOST COLORFUL j . ,,.7 fighter known. ? . .1 James W. fjvftrotn, famous fight promoter of other times, and race track .director of U.S.A., who arrived on the tourist, steamer Malolo, is an' American sport of the best type, big and broad in 'mind (says a Sydney writer) . j The average American who comes | this way is .prone, as a matter of policy, to praise everything he sees. (It goes down with the people. How (ever, Mr. Coffroth knows what he is j talking about when he speaks of box ing and boxers, for he has seen the ; best,, and 'handled some of the biggest .contents / | Australia^ Boxer*. j | He sees no reason why Australian I boxing should nbt come back, and [rival the days when the. wojW won-, |de'rfed'h6w it was that young1 Australia [turned out so many champions. Over1 in America, Australian boxers, years' ago, placed their country on the mapj in much.tthe same way as the cricket-; j ers did In Eng...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 28 February 1930

i DESPERATE PRiCE Cliff iNG For the Final Week of I COLLETT'S | Great Summer Sale A BIG RANGE OF BOYS' BLOUSES, in ? eluding Indian Head, Officers' Cloth, _ , Garibaldi, French Cambric and -Palm ? Beach Cloths. All Well Made and Good jj Wearing. ,A11 Sizes. Usually Sold 3/1 1 2 Summer Sale Price - 2/ ' SEE THIS SPLENDID BLOUSE in Hoyle s ? Standard Drill, with Contrasting Collars ' and Cuffs. A Wonderful Wearer; Best ? Make. All Sizes. Usual Price, 4/6. | Slimmer Sale Price - 2/11 ? BOYS' NAVY CHEVIOT KNICKERS, Indigo Dye, Strongly Lined, .Well Cut, Best Make. All Sizes. Usual Price, 6/11. Summer Sale Price - 4/11 BOYS' GREY WORSTED KNICKERS, Silena Lined, Good Wearer, Nice Quality, Well Made. All Sizes. Usual Price, 3/1 1 .Summer Sale Price - 2/6 Colletts Ltd., St. Vincent Street Port Adelaide ' ^ ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? mt -mm

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MONEY DOESN'T MATTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 28 February 1930

MONEY DOESN'T MATTER, £ An American millionaire, while vi siting England recently, summoned his own barber over from New York for the express purpose of. attending to his locks! No British barber, he vowed, was skilled enough for the task. This whim must have cost him the best part of £200. Transatlantic telephone calls to the (States — many of them quite unne cessary — are another way of getting I rid of cash. A few months ago, for instance, a wealthy young American became engaged. A day or two aftier' the happy announcement had been made he had to pay a visit to Eur ope. He remained over her for five days., During that time he spoke to the lady of his choice on the Atlantic teles phone for a quarter of an hour every morning, when calls were £15 a time. I Each calJ '-est him £75, making a - jrand total of £375. She Couldn't be Bothered! Still more wastful, perhaps — - al though it involved a smaller sum — was the action of an American lady while staying at one of London's .. nost l...

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LAUGH AND THE WORLD LAUGHS WITH YOU A RIDDLE IN RHYME. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 28 February 1930

wmmmmwwinnnrrninnnnnrnnrwynrwinnMwnwwwwwVWwwVVwwwwn | LAUGH AND THE WORU) * LAUGHS WITH YOU ? - TWWVWWWWWMWWWWWW A RIDDLE IN RHYME. . When is a LONGFELLOW really WILDE? It you and me concerns: 'So when is a LONGFELLOW reallj WILDE? Why, when the BACON BURNS. * * * - NO PRESENT 'EXFSCTj®. The Judge (to prisoner) — 'When ' where your born?' No reply. The Judge — 'Did you hear me? When is your birthday?' Prisoner (sullenly) — ''What do you care. You ain't going to give me no present.' * * * * WHY HE WAS ANGRY. A wizened little Irishman applied for a job sioadmg a ship. At first they said he was too small, but he . finally persuaded them to give him a trial. He seemed to be doing well, and they gradually increased the size of his load until on the last trip he was carrying a 50 lb. anvil under each arm. When he was halfway across the gang plank broke, and the Irishman fell in the water. With a great splashing and spluttering he came to the surface. 'T'row me a rope, I say!' he shouted, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 28 February 1930

2 NftTlfE— TO PERSONS ABOUT TO HAVE THEIR J a ' CLOTHES DRY CLEANED ? I ? come to us H Clothes Dry Cleaned by us are Thoroughly Cleaned ? ? OUR PRICE — ' ? SUITS £ / COSTUMES J - FROCKS V/ TOPCOATS ? ? OUR PRESSING IS- ALL DONE BY HAND ENSURING A ' B PERFECT FINISH, AND AT THE SAME TIME RETAINING THE ? H ' ORIGINAL iSHAPE. B I F. J. WHITMARSH & SON : ? TAILORS AND DRY CLEANERS ' ? 137 COMMERCIAL ROAD, PORT ADELAIDE ' A ? P! .* (Opposite Corner to Newmarket Hotel) g m'-m ABBB B BS^B 8 H-Eh-S-E S E-E 3 ® »-*3 tt = ®

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A DIPLOMATIC MARRIAGE BY NORMAN CAIRO Revolution—A Fair Fugitive—Finding a Way Out—Freedom and the Unexpected [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 28 February 1930

A DIPLOMATIC MARRIAGE BY NORMAN CAIRD Revolution— A Fair Fugitive— Finding a Way Out— Freedom and the Unexpected Saunders, the English Consul at San Grano, the port of the iittle South Amei-ican State of the same name, leaned -back in his chair and yawned wearily. 'Take my advice, Billy,' he said to the bronzed giant who sat at the other side of the Consular table, «in-i clear out. Fve been twelve years in this show — every rotten day °f it — and, I've seen . these revolu tions before. It'll be a month at least before things settle down, and, by that time you'll surely drift into trouble.' 'Thanks!' replied Billy Corrison deprecatingly. 'Don't be an ass !' yawned Saund ers again. 'The thing that's behind all these rumpuses is cash, and ages ago these wretched dagoes found that one of the easiest and quickest ways of getting it was to overturn the government, cancel foreign con cessions, and sell 'em over again.' /jfc 'In ^that case it seems to me that I d better be on the spot to fi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 28 February 1930

THE GENIRAL HOIE I j; IS NOW UNDER ?! j; ENTIRELY MEW MANAGEMENT jj ;I the new proprietors ARE 1 1 j! W. J. LEE AND MRS. E. KNAPMAN ;j 1 ~~ — i «; DROP IN AND SEE US jl ;! ALL DRINKS TRUE TO LABEL ij jl f You are Assured of J« I; CLEANLINESS THE ? ® i COURTESY and AT PCWTD A I ?' I' CONVIVIALITY ? CfclHKAL 5; Z * | ffl OUR BOTTLE DEPARTMENT i ]i THE PRICES ARE RIGHT j; | THE CENTRAL HOTEL j! ?I (NEAR BLACK DIAMOND CORNER)

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 28 February 1930

On Sale Every Friday ? '???? V -? -? ? ? ? ? ? -? '? ? ? ' ? ? ?? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ??? ? ? ? Published Continuously by F. J. Jennings for over 1 9 Years IIIIIIBIBIIlVlBfliiBIBflBiail ?- ? ??BBMBIBHBBBBHBaBBIBaBBBHfliBB ???» Next Saturday's TATTERSALLS MEETING SB ????«????????'??? ?????? OA Highest flfM! dLvll Points H HH ? a.nd Extra £20 in Correct Order Two Competitions in One Selections May be Left at 231 St. Vincent St., Port Adelaide MEETING ? OATE ? jl I hereby apply for the position of 'Sport1' Tipslei for your next njeeting- I submit the following as a fa umple of my ability, on the understanding that if this fa registers MOST POINTS (five for a winner, three for ? |S second, and r-ne lor a third), I be paid £30, and should |9 't register SECOND HIGHEST £10. to supply a set of jfl selections for the next Metropolitan Race Meeting far iS publication in. 'The Sport.' If other applicants t'n wi»h. ;*? ?ne, I agree to divide. I agree to accept the Editor's I decision at final, and...

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A WOMAN'S DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 28 February 1930

A WOMAN'S DAY. Up at 6 o clock, in bed at 11 at night. I wash, scrub, iron, pnd cook my husband's meals. The rest of the time is my own.

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BRONCHITIS IN POULTRY. EXPERT ADVICE [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 28 February 1930

BRONCHITIS IN POULTRY. — - I EXPERT ADVICE. | ? I The following- information about bronchitis' in poultry is given in The Feathered W'orld (Eng.), by an ex pert : — This condition is sometimes called croup. It is essentially an inflamma tion of the mucous membranes of the bronchial tubes, and usually is caused by a direct extension of an inflammation of the nasal cavities and throat. It is an infection, and tends to become more or less chronic. It must be distinguished from' an „„i,i \j iuiiwi j turn, wui-;n Lai'ziy cAicuua so deep into the respiratory passages. If one listens carefully to the breath ing one will hear in the early stages a whistling sound, which is made by ahe air passing through tubes which are dry and thickened. Later in the disease mucous col lects in these tubes, and the air con sequently has to be forced 'hrou-'h it, and the result is a rattl :ig or ? bub bling sound. i The disease usually wii; clear, up with careful treatment, but some-j times, especially if n...

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BOTH SIDES OF THE FENCE [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 28 February 1930

BOTH SIDES - OF THE FENCE II (By 'THE MAN ON TOP') 'Hullo, I was just about to raise my lid when I twigged you coming along just row, and so I let it remain on- my block. Thought you might be under the impression that 1 was trying to work the oraclt for a long-sleever on the strength of Seal Princess and the Purt Lincoln Cup. Nothing like that about me. What I was going to raise my hat for was to honor those two Jay Pees. Messrs.- A. J. Bowden and G.-J. Smith who. in No. 3 Police Court' 't'other day refused to suppress the name of a cove charged with havri.s; mcrseent ly assaulted a 15-yeav-okI girl at Payneham. 'Why should,, the -na?ne of the accused not be , published when names of other persons accused of various offences are broadcast?' asked Mr. Bowden. 'Mr. Gun (for accused)-^— An offence of the kind alleged , here io held in abhorrence by . the com munity. The name of accused' should be suppressed until he is tried by a highfer C9'urt, if that becomes neces sary.' ' ; !1.', t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 28 February 1930

OZONE THEATRE DADT AIMS A inr ATTRACTIONS 1 U1U nVESLRWI, SATURDAY - MONDAY - TUESDAY ?. Wednesday; March 5, Thursday, March 6, Friday, March 7 * GEORGE O'BRIEN » ' MASKED EMOTIONS ' r ALSO ' JUDGMENT OF THE HILL ' j With an All-Star Cast ' HAPPY ME' ; Written and Composed by iACK FEWSTER (Musical Director Ozone Theatres Ltd.) 7 and TOM KING. 020NE THEATRE ^MAP-HARP * ATTRACTIONS dLlTlttl 'VIlL Saturday, March 1, Monday, March' 3, Tuesday, March 4 [ RICHARD BARTHELMESS » ' WEARY RIVER ' Wednesday, March 5, Thursday, March 6, Friday, March 7 CHARLES (BUDDY) ROGERS in ' ILLUSION ' ; Semaphore, Saturday, Monday. Tuesday, March 1, 3, and 4, ' Weary River.' ' i ' 'i ~ i - * j.i ^ cJhey say that , A ^ moderate ? ? ? ? ^ Be- — hind those - p&t j.-* I* U 'i j~ 4 It r j t zgr -jj}- ~ ^ r ** i j j i f d ? j i n i * f f j r j p j- j sunshine- surely foi ? lou?s rain Blue skies will* sure - iy follow ft^.doud5-of gray me- ? know therell be ? Sun -shine Q — waiXiaq , yog, and - \TO i..~ ...

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YODELLED. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 28 February 1930

YODELLED. Two members at the club were dis cussing the table manners of a new member. 'Well, what do you think of him?' asked one. 'Really dreadful,' replied the other. 'I've heard soup gargled, and I've ' heard it syphoned, but, upon my soul, it's the first time I've ever known it to be* yodelled.' * * * * WAS IT A FORD? An itinerant collector of old iron was trundling his barrow along a very narrow road. Behind him was a somewhat an cient motor car, the irfijjatient driver of which was hooting loudly in his anxiety to pass. The old iron mer chant looked round at the car and then addressed the Criver, 'I'll call for that to-morrow.'

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Port Adelaide Corporation [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 28 February 1930

Port Adelaide Corporatiofl , Mayor's Parlor, Town Hall,. - ' Port Adelaide,- February 20, 1930; To Members of the City Council, Port Adelaide. Gentlemen — .. It is with reigret I have to report tne 'deaths' of Mrs. Hannah Morgan, acred 87 vears. nf Mellor Rnai^. filan yille, and Mr.. Peter Duncanson, off Portland . Estate) both long residents; and^respecteiji citizens.' v'' '? ??-*--- ' Naval' Reserve.— On Thursday, the! 13th inst., an interview was held; with- Brigadier-Generalv Cass, Mili-j tary' Commandant, by .Representative! Making Coimcilloi-s Davey, Guthrie, the r Town Clerk and myself regard ing; the proposed leasing of the re serve (known as the Naval Reserve) afc-Iiargs by- the Federal Oovern-; , ment. Our case for the -re-transfer of ' this property to - this, ^Corporation! was put, when the Military Com-' mandant promised to forward a re port to- headquarters.- 1 Beach Picnics.- — The undermen-' -tioned picnics t have -been held atj Semaphore, viz. : — Salisbury Con-i gr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 28 February 1930

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