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

That needless pain.' Don't let it continue ! Tliat crippling pain in the back is 'j gradually wearing you out. W-fry | put up with such misery ? Why * not seek the cause. » \ Most likely, your kidneys are ^at fault. That dull, unceasing back ache is often Nature's first warning ? of kidney complaint. Soon, othjer ^ warnings follow, such as dizziness, | headaches, urinaiy troubles, knife- . J like pains when you stoop or lift, 1 nervousness, rheumatic twinges, | gravel ® and dropsical swellings. | Neglected kidneys go from bacllo ^ worse, and there is risk of chrofiic kidney disease. Give help to your ?' kidneys without delay. ! Use ; Doan's Backache Kidney ^ifls. ,-jj This special kidney medicine -is widel}r recommended for relieving, \ and preventing , kidney trouble. = It has stood the test of public opinion for over fifty yearsr^An occasional course oi Doan's will \,j save you from kidney disorder. | Sold by all Chemists and Stores. $ Foster-McClellan Co. Proprietors, Sydney D O ...

Publication Title: Port Adelaide Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 28 February 1930

H. C. BOURNE | 190 ST. VINCENT STREET, PORT ADELAIDE j (Right Opposite the Post Office) * MANUFACTURING JEWELLER AND WATCHMAKER 1 ifj WATCHES SERVICE | DIAMOND ] JEWELLERY VALUE j RINGS { SPECTACLES SATISFACTION J REPAIRS TO EVERYTHING I ;|

Publication Title: Port Adelaide Gazette, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 28 February 1930

B Q i B S S B.-B Hfi-H-EB.-E IBHBHHfflBBB ???????????????? | MOTORISTS! SAVE MONEY! BY USING Ji i SUNSHINE MOTOR SPIRIT i| B H | b FIRST GRADE 1/11 gallon; and ? j \ 'Ro-AMA' Commercial Motor Spirit -j h AUSTRALIAN GRADED, 1/8 gallon; also »! : Sunshine Motor Oil :j ® 1/3 quart, 5/ gallon a WE WILL DELIVER ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY a| ® HEAD OFFICE: 70 O'CONNELL STREET, NORTH ADELAIDE. Phone C 2237 ® $0TE- OUR DEPOTS— Young Street, City between Franklin Street and Waymouth Street; Hj B 33 Parade, Norwood; Corner Howard and Port Road, Beverley; Henley Beach Road, ® Torrensville; Gawler Agency — W. Tape, Willaston. ~ J b USE SUNSHINE MOTOR SPIRIT AND OILS FOR EFFICIENCY; AND SAVE MONEY! ?] h mi

Publication Title: Port Adelaide Gazette, The
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THE INSTITUTION BEHIND THE MARQUETTE [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 28 February 1930

THE INSTITUTION BEHIND [ THE MARQUETTE The -steady sweep of progress in] .' the automotive industry is nowhere ; more finely exemplified than in the; ; -''-'history of Buick — now standing: at] the direst of twenty-six years of suc * cessful motor car manufacture. And] -yet the past and the unviable present j ^.-position of the Buick Motor Com-] ;V£any«nay he truthfully described as ? ''only -the prelude to the future; not; - only because its aims, ideals andj !. ^policies are dedicated to progress, j but also, because the men °who shape -,&Bd guide Buick's manufacturing ?programmes are' masuer builders : oij ' line motor cars. ; For some . time before the an ?-?Tiouncement of the Marquette all the] j' ? ^facilities of the .great Buick institu - * ticn— its consummate skill, finished] i}'. '..craftsmanship, seasoned experience . and tremendous manufacturing abili -'-ties — were focussed on a new car for - ' the moderate-price field. .The de S -.?] signers of this new automob...

Publication Title: Port Adelaide Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 28 February 1930

WHAT DOES SPENDING COST? ' How much does it cost you 'to spend £100? The answer is £100 down, and at least 14 per annum for the rest of your life. Yet v.'hat man would knowingly spend £100 that put him under obligation to pay £4 per year for life? None, perhaps, but many do it unconsciously when they spend money that might otherwise have earned interest at 4% indefinitely. ' Every pound you spend has attached to it an invisible string of pennies which you spend with it. KEEP YOUR MONEY IN A SAVINGS ACCOUNT AND EARN, NOT SPEND, 47c. INTEREST PER ANNUM €bramoiwealtbSavXnQS Ban f? of Hustra lia GUARANTEED BY THE COMMONWEALTH GOVERNMENT I

Publication Title: Port Adelaide Gazette, The
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WHY GAGGLE? Sportsmen Have Their Own Language—the Ordinary Man Needs a Dictionary to Understand Some of Them. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 28 February 1930

WHY GAGGLE? ? Sportsmen Have Their Own Language — the Ordinary Man *? Needs a Dictionary to j .Understand Some j ~ of Them. I ? ; ] Et ery branch of sport possesses . its own technical terms, which enthusiasts employ when discus- I sing'tbeir' favorite recreation. ] r.,v For example, you v'll hear golf-1 -^4rs talking about a brassy , or a nib-j :,lick, and declaring they were stymied :;At the Sixth hole. You may not | .«- *i»0w, however, that the brassy is a golf club with a brass sole, while the ..niblick is a club with a cup-shaped be&d.When you are stymied it means that your opponent's: goif ball lies' .^alurab between yours and the hole, j . It is easy to make a bunting man's ' '.r|lesh creep if you talk about a pack] - of dogs, while if you add the infor rmation that they are wagging their j -.stalls, the result may be fatal to the vl-oor gentleman — or to yourself! r;,You see, huntsmen employ hounds, - not dogs, and tha Hounds sport ''Sterns, not tails. ' j Shooting m...

Publication Title: Port Adelaide Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 28 February 1930

I I ~ ' 1 WHY * go to the city to do your shipping when you can get your goods as cheap is you own district? PATRONISE the business people that have fought for so many years to build up Port Adelaide THE C0-GPERA1WE STORES i are going, to bid for your - trade by working prices to fit your pocket and help YOU il * ? ' '?/ -- ' VISIT TABLES N«s 1,2,3,4 THE GROCETERIA | IN THE,DRAPERY DEPARTMENT Walk right, through, the Department and HALF-PRICE REMNANTS. examine the goods and the prices ? It | MEN'S SHIRTS, HALF-HOSE, TIES, ?„ pAV ynn )\ LADIES' HOSE; RIBBONS, etc. I SHEETING, QUILTS, TABLE DAMASK. TEA * TEA TEA j| Horrocks P!LU)W CASE, 1/11 per fdr. Whafis more refreshing than a cup of ' * 1' {Delicious, WeB Blended CEYLON TEA? a FURNISHING DEPARTMENT Co-operative Stores get this Tea direct from I 1 I LINOLEUMS, CARPETS, COCOANOT MAT- J* |a^ens »' Pure f d blend it, and. put it in packets of half 'j TING, DOOR SLIPS, CURTAIN MATERIALS - and one pound.' A -Delicious Tea ! jj ALL AT PR...

Publication Title: Port Adelaide Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHILE YOU WAIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 28 February 1930

WHILE YOU WAIT. A.n Adelaide man who owns a! coffee stall wanted to have it var-i nished with the minimum amount of: lost time. He drove it to a well-] known pairter who is known for his: smartness in this class of work. | 'How long will it take to do the job?' said the pieman. j 'Drive it into the yard: you need! not bother to take the horses out,'j said the painter. |

Publication Title: Port Adelaide Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 28 February 1930

HORACE L. MARSTON j STORES PORT ADELAIDE MARKET and ST. VINCENT STREET ? WE ARE MAKING AN HONEST EFFORT TO MAKE LIVING A LITTLE EASIER IN ' PORT ADELAIDE DURING THE HARD TIMES. ' Special Bargains for The Lenten Season PRIME NEW SEASON'S UNG FISH NORWEGIAN SALT HERRINGS ? 9D. lb. 2/6 D0Z-- 3d- each ? GUARANTEED FRESH EGGS 1/ 001. \ FISH FOR LENT Fresh Herrings ? 7^d. tin Kipp. Herrings ? lO^d. tin Salmon, splendid value lO^d. tin . Salmon, genuine red ? 1/6 tin ? ilb. Tins ? 6 3 d and lO^d. Haddocks, lib. tin ? 7^d. Sardines, ^lb. tins, 10^d.; |Ib. tins ? 6|d. Kipp. Snacks ? 3|d. tin 'Oysters ? -r ? 1/3 tin Jap. Crab ? ? 1/6 tin Prawns ? 1/3 tin PRESERVED FRUITS FULL SIZE TINS Apricots ? 9id. Peaches ? 9£d. Pears ? 10^d. Pineapples ? 1/1 £ THE BEST FACTORY BUTTER STILL l/lO LB. 1LB. BACON RASHERS and 1 DOZ. FRESH EGGS THE LOT FOR 1/11 Choice Shoulders Bacon 10iD Nice Little Cushion Bacon 1/ LB. THIS IS EXCEPTIONAL VALUE PRIME TASTY CHEESE ' 1/- j LB. ? LOOK AT THIS ! J CANTERBURY ' S...

Publication Title: Port Adelaide Gazette, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 28 February 1930

NELSON'S BOOT STORES Commercial Road! Port Adelaide EXPERT BOOT REPAIRERS ; SAME DAY SERVICE FROM OUR OWN FACTORY i PHONE: J 2721 NELSONS' BOOT STORES

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

£60 ON OFFER See / Page Seven

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

m u ? ? ? , ?To the Residents of 1 Port Adelaide and District | COR your convenience we 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. Owners and Prospective Owners of CHEVROLET and BUICK Are invited to use our Port Branch to the fullest convenience CITY MOTORS LIMITED r Phoae : J 2323. St. Vincent Street, Port Adelaide --j 1

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

i' ? ------ ? --------- j ? . . ? ? - ? ? I ! MARCH j ? ? [ NE 5' I WEEK j ? I I ?? ? ; WATCH | j THIS ! j SPACE j j j I JAMES DUELL LIMITED I Semaphore's BIG Drapers THE HOME OF BEST VALUE BATHING SUITS Do you want HABERDASHERY ? Then come to our Store. You can depend upon being able to get all those small lines from us. Almost every make of KNITTING and CROCHET SILKS are stocked. COTTONS and THREADS for Fancy Work in all makes in. hundreds of shades. TRACED GOODS in all new designs. DRESS BUCKLES and SLIDES in every jgood color. ? P PERFUMES and POWDERS, POWDER PUFFS, TOOTH BRUSHES, TOOTH PASTE etc. Come and See for yourself; Our Store :will Please you. We have 50 inch Reversible SHADOWETTES at 1/11 yard. J Boys' Poplin SUITS, all sizes, 4/11; an4; Crash BLOUSES, only 2/6. !||{ ! Full Range of Shades in FUJI SILK from k 1/1 1 yard. j DRESS GOODS and VOILES at Greatly Reduced Prices. In our Ladies' Underclothing I j Department will be found Dainjty Undies in7 Milenese in die noted ...

Publication Title: Port Adelaide Gazette, The
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IMPROVE YOUR ARMS. THEY REQUIRE MORE THAN SPASMODIC CARE. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 28 February 1930

IMPROVE YOUR ARMS. THEY REQUIRE MORE THAN SPASMODIC CARE. It is not sufficient to give your arms spasmodic attention when going to a dance or other festiv ity. In these days of sleeveless frocks they - need just tjie same care as the complexion if they are to be things of beauty. Any roughness or redness which j may have appeared on the back of ; the arms should be .treated to a brisk rubbng every night with a loofah, | hot water, and a ptire toilet soap. Doj not be afraid of a good vigorous rub- 1 bing — but take care to stop in time.! Matters will not be improved should you rub the skin right off. ?. After rinsing an-I drying well, apply a little olive oil, and when you have wiped off all superfluous oil 101a a small towel into a paa, soaK ; it in cold water, wring it out. Pat the arms vigorously with-it, rewet ting it frequently, in order to keep it as cold as possible. After this, apply elaerflower water. j This treatment should be con tinued for a week or two until mark ed impr...

Publication Title: Port Adelaide Gazette, The
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TRUTH IN ADVERTISING. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 28 February 1930

TRUTH IN ADVERTISING. The proprietor of a provincial underwear store stood in the edi torial office of the local newspaper, purple with indignation. 'Look at my advertisement in vour wretched paperl' he bellowed to the editor. 'Please be calm and tell me what is wrong,' said the editor soothingly. 'What's wrong?' cried the draper. 'Why, I sent in an advertisement reading, 'We make men's wear.' and here you've put 'We make men swear.' * if T. * ANSWER ME THIS. Where can a man get a cap for his knee? Or a key to the lock of his hair? Can his eyes be called academy Because there are pupils there? In the crown of his head what gems are fojind? Who travels the bridge of his nosie? Can he use while shingling the roof of his house the nails at the end of his toes? Can the crook of his elbow be sent to gaol? If so what did it do? How did he sharpen his shouHer blades? I'll be hanged if I know, do you?

Publication Title: Port Adelaide Gazette, The
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USEFUL HINTS VALELINE FOR KID SHOES. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 28 February 1930

USEFUL HINTS VALEL1NE FOR KID SHOES. | A little vaseline may be rubbed over kid shoes at night, and rubbed! off with a soft cloth in the morning.;! Thus a good polish may be obtained, I] and the kid will be preserved by the!] vaseline. When black kid shoes are] shabby, vaseline will still be a goodl dressing for them if a little lamp-! black be mixed with -it. Light glace i kid shoes should be cieanea wun spe- 1 cial cream that can be bought at any; boot shop. Always keep shoes 011; trees when they are not in use, and ! if they arc wet: never put them too , near a fire to dry, as heat hardens] the leather. It is more economical to , have several pairs in use than to \ wear one pair day after day. j wuriu MAiriNr. PASTRY. 1 Sometimes when making pastry i the rolling pin sticks to the pastry, j To avoid this rub in part of the but-j ter into the flour, stir in the water; quickly, roll out the pastry, break i part of the butter into small pieces, J and lay them on to the paste. Sprin-;...

Publication Title: Port Adelaide Gazette, The
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KNOWLEDGE KERNELS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 28 February 1930

KNOWLEDGE KERNELS. Britons export more than ££2,000,000 worth of sweets every year. * * ♦ * Nearly fifty women are managing housing estates in London. » » » * Nearly 400 of last year's brides in nw T-„^- ? rrn ? ? ? ? woii weie iv years 01 age or over. * * * * It requires 500,000 acres of forest to supply the annual demand for pit props in Wales. * * * * The first woman to become a cbm pany director was elected in 1888 -as director of a bank. * * , * * Nine-tenths of the English timber supply, worth about £100,000,000 a year, is obtained from abroad. * * * ? Girls who work in Japanese mills receive, on an average, the equiva lent of £3 a month in wages. - » - « Japan is now third on the lisfctof cotton manufacturing countries. Great Britain leads, with America second, while China comes fourth. * * - » Some big confectioney manufac turers have as many as 1,000 diffe rent varieties of sweetmeats on their lists. » ? * ♦ Gardening lectures or classes are now being held in thirteen of ou...

Publication Title: Port Adelaide Gazette, The
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A CHANGE OF DIET. BENEFITS YOUR FACE IMMENSELY. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 28 February 1930

A CHANGE OF DIET. BENEFITS YOUR FACE IMMENSELY. A girl I knw tried out a brand new ibeauty preparation. — that is, new to her. And the first day everybody ] was asking her if she had just re ; turned from a holiiday, so radiant' was she looking. And the third day, land the fourth the same. But to-day she looks no different than she ever looked before, no bet ter and no wrse. Her face has De cme used to the new beauty prepa ration. The moral of this incident is that skins have much m common with digestions. Give them the same 01a rnings to eat clay alter day, with never a variation or a rest period,1 and they are bound to giw dull, if not something worse than dull. If your face has been on. a cream diet, put it on a soap diet for two or three days and note the change ! jit must be a suitable soap, of course. Tnere is no point in washing a dry sKin witn a narsn drying soap. Or maybe your face has been on a soap diet altogether. Then switeir to cleansing cream for a few days. I ChoSse ...

Publication Title: Port Adelaide Gazette, The
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TO PREVENT HAIR FROM FALLING. COMMONSENSE RULES. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 28 February 1930

TO PREVENT HAIR FROM FALLING. COMMONSENSE RULES. ' Judging from the advertisements one sees, falling and 'ading hair must be terribly common in this country, but, as a rule, the advertis ed remedies do not get to the roots of the trouble. In good heaith arid healthy surroundings the body grows silky, luxuriant, beautifully colored hair. If the nerves are bad or if one is anaemic, the hair suffers just as the skin does. So, first of all, tone up the system. Watch the problem of autointoxi cr.tions by guarding; carefully against constipation either by diet 'r^ or other mears (diet preferably). Talce plenty of baths and rub well '- with a rough towel to get the cir culation all over the body working '?ll well. -Ti Weekly Wash. For local treatment wash the hair once a week, and cach night massage J* the scalp with the tins of the fingers *, dipped in a lfctle olive oil till it feels S glowinsr an 1 warm. This means that good blood is going to the roots of - the hair ar.d feeding it. »* ...

Publication Title: Port Adelaide Gazette, The
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BY DOMINOES. NEW WAY TO TELL YOUR FORTUNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 28 February 1930

BY DOMINOES. NEW WAY TO TELL YOUR FORTUNE. This is good fu at a party, especi ally when you and your friends are tired with playing active gamet-. j Any number may take part. Lay the dominoes with foce downwards,! shuffle and pick one. j Do not draw more than four domi noes at ore time. j before choosing. To draw the same, dominoes twice makes the answer1 stronger. Double-six— Expect some money. I Six-five — Entertainment. | Six-four — A lawsuit. Six-three — A car. I Six-two — Some new clothing. Six-one — To perform a friendly, ac-l tion. 1 Six-blank — Guard . against scandal, j Double-five — A new abode. j Five-four — Fortunate speculation. | Five-three — A visit from a superior. Five-two — A letter from an old! friend. . , j Five-one — A love intrigue. Fnve-blank — A funeral. Double-four — A gift is coming. Four-three — A false alarm. Four-two — Thieves or swindlers. Four-one — Creditors. Four-blank — An angry letter. Double-three— t-A sudden wedding. Double-two-^— Jealous partner...

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