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

||^ARNOTfi^^|||: \ I The whole grain of wheat \ scientifically moulded into \\t J one of the most delicious ,y ? i Hi °i I and valuable foods known Ml j j j to science. Rich, in vita- | m /i'; ;! ji /' mines, a valuable aid to J !il ** tif'j j digestion, and popular Si *

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

LONG BARLEY SUGAR. i Take 21b. of leaf sugar, a pint of water, a | tcaspoonful of lemon juice. a pinch of cream I of lartar. Dissoluve sugar and cream of tartar j in the water. Boil until the syrup can be railed ( into little balls when dropped into cold water.* And lemon juice., and continue boiling until it j will crack after bein^ dropped in cold wate*-. I Pcur into buttered tin. or on 3 slab. V/hen cojI, cut into strip; and t.visl, v.h*n nearly cj\c\ ' LAUBMAN & PANK Sight Testing avid Manufacturing Opticians. 75 RUNDLE STREET, ADELAIDE. SIGHT-TESTING Al Kirby. Chemist. St. Vincent Str«et. Port Adelaide. EVERY FRIDAY, frof 12.3Q till 9 p.m. Appointments may te r-'ad' with Nlr. Kirby or Ding C3330 (2 linis).

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

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

yywsft^vvwwAwwsrtftWVVwwwvwsflrtwvwwvwwuvww* j New Season's Seeds | ?r J« ? I PANSY, Gianl Exhibition and Trimardeau Madam Perret [* !j 2/ per packet ' jl \\ ICELAND; POPPIES, assorted and pink shades. !| I STOCKS. SWEET PEAS, VIOLAS j; VEGETABLE SEEDS, all varieties; SHALLOTS and GARLIC | i M. G. HILL, Art Florist, etc. 230 COMMERCIAL ftOAD, PORT. ADELAIDE j;

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TATTERSALLS ACCEPTANCES. RUN AT VICTORIA PARK, MARCH 1. 1.30—CLUB HURDLE RACE—1.30 Two miles. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 28 February 1930

TATTERSALLS ACCEPTANCES. RUN AT VICTORIA PARK, MARCH 1. J 1-30 ? CLUB HURDLE RACE ? ? 1.30 Two miles. Cockina . . . 9 12 Enormous , ,90 Wembley .. 9 12 Royal Signet .9 O Grecian Saint .97 Our -3em . , . 9 O I Alwynian ... 9 5 Plstotva . . .9 OH Zero Hour ... 9 3 jl Wembley ? 1 J Alwynian ? 2 ! Cockina .. . ; .. .. .. .. 3 i 2.10 ^ ? JUVENILE HANDICAP. ? 2.10 For Two-year-olds. Six and a half furlongs. Irrlum ... 9 O . Remarkable . .7-3 Happy Dream g 12 St. Just ... 7 3 Effington . . . 8 10 Wood lace ... 7 3 Queen of Opera 8 O Audax .... 7 3C . Allorac ... 7 7 Impudence ..72 Burnleig'li ... 7 7 Black Gang'. .7 ll Klmberley ..77 Buiriburhie . . 7 0 1 Tom Marco ..77 Henson . . .7 O I Kldston .... 7 5 Infirmlere ... 7 Oj Love Patch . . 7 3 Melanous ... 7 Oi Salt Air ... 7 5 Musketeer ..70 Queen of Opera ? 1 Effington ? ? 2 Lone Patch - ? 3 2.50 ? SUMMER HANDICAP — : — 2.50 : - One mile and a quarter. Tatiara .... 9 0 Gig Marco ..73 Kirrkie .... 8 6 Bowshot ... 7 O Kellidie ... 8 4 Caser...

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BALAKLAVA RACES. PLACED HORSES AND DIVIDENDS. HURDLE RACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 28 February 1930

BALAKLAVA RACES, I PLACED HORSES AND DIVIDENDS. I I ? 1 HURDLE RACE. ] Some Scot, £2.5.', 1; Sir Alba, «B2 j 15/, 2; Joyleen, 3. J NOV'CE RACE. J Flying Marco, £22 1 9J, 1; Stimu I , lant, £1 6.', 2; Edna Cherry. 3. I FLYING 'HANDICAP. {' Ramorny, £13 1/, 1; Wendover, 2; I Mambin, 3. j WEROCATA HANDICAP. .1 Kirrkie, £6. 1; Bon 'Anton, 2; Lina j ? Magne, 3 ]' ? TRIAL STAKES, i Flying Marco, £6 1-', 1; Stimulant, 1 £4 6./, 2; Rola, 3. . - I I JUMPERS' FLAT. Wembley. £1 14/, 1; Diplomacy, 2; Don Gingham, 3. I | WELTER. Picus Kate, £2 10/, 1; Thetis, j £12, 2; Phoenix, 3. 1

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

rT1 _ i Handicap. Kirrkie put in a .-sensational finish, and won the Werocata Handicap. Kirrkie was last half a mile from' home, but after turning into the straight Slattery brought him along with a well-timed run, and riding vigorously just got up in the last stride and snatched victory. : Rnb A nfrtn ! oiiywcu -X iriUHJ III | form. He Avas the Outsider of the six starters, but put up an excellent race. After being third or fourth for most of the way Bob Anton took charge coming down, the straight, and- after looking ail over a winner was .nar rowly defeated. Lira Magne ran consistently. jHe was always near the leaders, and was first to enter the straight, but faded a. little in the run home. ' Royal Lass was again finishing f&st, and beat all but the placeget ters. Her rider did not appear to be of much assistance to her over, the closing stages. Spur Wheel was un expectedly made favorite, but when she made a dash at the leaders com irg aown the straight she failed to come...

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

Flying. Ramorny was overlooked by back ers in the Flyng Handicap in which there was or.ly six starters, but he ivon nicely and returned a big divi dend. Ramorny was the smartest away from the barrier, but Wend over ran past him and led into the straight. Soon after heads were turned for home the whole six were almost in line, but Ramorry finished best and won with something in hand. Wendover stuck to his guns after doing all the pacing, and took second money. He is fast returning to form. Mambin left the barrier slowly, and was last after they had gone! some distance, but he made up his ground well and took third money. Flying Two was favorite, but al-i though he appeared to have every chance he failed to show his usual dash at the finish. Thetis was with Flvirg Two close to the placegetters when the judge was reached. The Kirk disappointed badly, i She played up at the bsi-ler, ^nd if.taough tae got away and had every chanc.e, she tailed at the end and finished last. ]

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

COMMERCIAL HOTEL LIMITED jj I« .now under Ncift Management ^ ^ -- ? | Our Bottle Department is AH Brands of Liquor ? J Unsupassed Daily Deliveries Obtainable, at Lowest' Prices «J ONE CALL WILL CONVINCE YOU !? ^WALTER GREEN, Manager. TELEPHONE: J 2536 !|

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

ARTHUR BROWN & COMPANY) (Opp. Town Hall) ST. VINCENT STREET PORT ADELAIDE HEAVY REDUCTIONS IN MENS READY TO WEAR ALL WOOL SERGE SUITS Pure Indigo Dye, Mid Grey, All Wool . Melange Suits ALL ONE PRICE - 69/6 FOR 50/ THESE SUITS ARE WELL TAILORED, GOOD LININGS, & EXCELLENT. FITTING , OUR OTHER BETTER I M ^ SUITS ARE ALL RE- 1 DUCED IN PRICE, & KJj H ARE WELL WORTH HI B YOUR INSPECTION BH| |||J BROWN $ REDUCED TO . SO/- Suits — Greatest Bargain this Month BROWNS - - PORT ADELAIDE R. B. CLARKE'S FAMOUS RHEUMATIC CURE Has never been known to fail in one single case when the instructions jave 'been .carried out. Over 1600.. cases have been treated since June 15 last. Large sums have been offered for the prescription. Two hundred pronounced cases of total -ripples of Rheumatoid, Orthritis cured. J-l You can obtain supplies from J. J. CUMMINGS GROCER IORRENS ROAD ALBERTON. (Near Ozone Picture Theatre) Dance & Euchre] TO BE HELD J EVERY WEDNESDAY NIGHT AT 7.45...

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GOOD DIVIDENDS AT BALAKLAVA Kirrkie Wins Principal Event SLATTERY RIDES THREE WINNERS Flying Marco Successful in Two Races PIOUS KATE WINS THE WELTER [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 28 February 1930

GOOD DIVIDENDS AT BALAKLAVA Kirrkie Wins Principal Event SLATTERY RIDES THREE WINNERS Flying Marco Successful in Two Races PIOUS KATE WINS THE WELTER * The features of the Balaklava Races on Saturday last were the poor attendance and falling off of tote figures. The double success of Flying Marco and her strong finishing efforts. The last stride victory' of Kirrkee in the principal event and his . good dividend. The vigorous finishes that Slattery rode in each of his three wins, and th e impressive win of Pious Kate. . ?' The Balaklava Club felt the i effects of the bad time that racing, is passing tiirougn, at their meeting! last Saturday. With no meeting m| the metropolitan area this should have been an iattraction to city race goers as well as to horse owners, 'seeing that there were good stakes for the latter. However fieldt were £ much poorer than usual on this course, _the attendance was poor, L--. and tote figures suffered consider ably. A year or so ago there were so i ' man...

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

THE SPORT BILLIARD SALOON RENOVATED THROUGHOUT ,rv 3 FIRST CLASS TABLES 3 NEW STANFAST CUSHIONS AH Brands of Tobacco and Cigarettes Stocked A TRIAL SOLICITED , Dick Connole, Prorietor ?? -? B.A IISBBIIII. OIIRkHlflBflfiil

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

Novice. Flying Marco won the Novice. She was a long way back in the field1 for most of the way. and it was not until halfway down the straight that she caise ir.to proiiriner.ce. Finishing with a fast run she came on and won comfortably. ' j Stimulant was always with thej leaders, and taking charge soon afteri they entered the straight he looked! like winning, but was no match forj tne winner over the last bit. 1 Edna Cherry ran a good race, i She was always prominent, and ran her race right out. She finished: de- j tarminedly, and was a close third. ] Balisand was a hot favorite, 'but, failed badly. After, being sixth or! seventh the St. Anton , gelding 'jnoved; up at the home turn and looked like having an excellent chance, but did not finish quite as well 'as was expect- j ed, and the best he could do was to tinisn iourth. Kir.gstol was finishing fast (after being a long way toack) close behind the place getters. King Gum was close to the leaders until they enter ed the straight,...

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THE RACING IN BRIEF. Hurdles. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 28 February 1930

! THE RACING IN BRIEF. j Hurdles. j bome Scot had an easy held to] beat in the Hurdle Race. He waited on the leaders for the first half of the journey, and then wert to the front and won, pulling up. by a big margin. Sir Alba was always one of the leaders, and he ran his race out well to take second money. He should win an event of this kind in the near future. Joyleen again appeared to foe very J sore, and was a long way behind the; j field until thev reached the six-fur-, I long post. She then made up her I ground, and ran past the tired horses land filled third place. j | Some Aid r«n fairly well for a novice, but My Clan disappinted jh»dlv. This nair finished together next to the placed horses. Los An I ton did the p»rly pacinp but petered right out. Enormous was with the j leaders earlv, but was beaten a long !wav from home. Make ran very poorly, and Kerlamy fell. I ( i - I

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REUNION An Annual Invitation—Keeping His Self-Respect—Reminiscences— the Last Note [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 7 March 1930

REUNION BY GRENVILLE HAMMERTOE An Annual Invitation — Keeping His Self Reject — Reminiscences — the Last Note 'Ah — good fellows!' said the Major, after reading the letter. 'Fine fellows, begad; fine fel — '| » But the momentary exhilaration fled as he laid the letter down. He slowly j shook his head, and coughed sus- 1 piciously. When he re-read the com- , munication it was / as if the words j were slightly blurred. 'Can't be done,' he muttered. 'At least — ' He gazed bleakly about the little room that was all the home remaining to him.' There was noth ing inspiring in the prospect; for the Major had fallen on evil times. This twenty-by-twelve box in a farm laborer's cottage was head-room ;| but that was about all that could be| said of it. ' 'Dash it!' ejaculated the Major;] 'dash it, sir ; it's got to be done ! The ! men expect it ! On the twenty-fifth,! eh? I've got to manage it — some- how.' The letter was an invitation to ? him to be present at hi.s old cora-i v pany's reunion...

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THE DIPLOMATIC MARRIAGE. (Continued from Last Week.) [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 7 March 1930

THE DIPLOMATIC MARRIAGE. By NORTON CA1RD. (Continued from Last Week.) For nearly an hour he smoked. There was no sign of a ship. Sudden ly Nita, who had been dozing, sat up, her teeth chattering. 'Cold?' asked her companion anx iously. 'There has been a big fall in temperature. Now you will Re all right.' As he spoke he took the rug which he had been using and tucked it round her. For some time there ' was silence, then Nita said: : 'I'd no idea it could be so cold in I the tropics.' She shivered as she spoke. Then Billy said: 'It's no good your getting ill, so. ' With that he slid down beside her and passed an arm round her, draw ing the rugs round both. 'Now ssmir gle down and get to sleep, or vou'U rook a fright in the morning. I'm dog-tired, too.' She laughed a little nervously. But the comfort of the -warmth of his body was too great for her to proii-si, and gradually she sank into a deep sleep. V. The sun had well risen when Nita awoke. Gently disengaging herself from the arm ...

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BARBARIC. NECKLACES AND BRACELETS IN ORNATE SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 7 March 1930

BARBARIC. NECKLACES AND BRACELETS IN ORNATE SCHEME.. Almost barbaric in the crude brilliance and intensity of the color schemes featured, the new style neck and wrist ornament* very ' fascinatingly- combine in an ensemble in sombre or de liberately subdued effect. - m. ? » ? ? i. i iiu iiviic iiimcsi aiiavucs iu j the fact that the transition pe riod to a mode of frocking dis tinctly and most alluringly femi nine should be marked by a fashion demanding exotically beautiful mock jewels, in the toilette regarded as sufficiently I smart and up-to-date. 1 Not i'cv r.-i-r.y years have neck-| laces, bracelets, and bangles of all! descriptions been so decidedly the vogue. Accessories of this delightful class may be contrived in wood, cut in quaint, varied shapes, in sets of six : or eight, and arranged in graduated! form, the smaller beads being- placed , at the back neck and the largest inj the centre front of the necklace. The kernels of fruit, such as apri-' cot, peach, or plum, dried a...

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JUST IN TIME. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 7 March 1930

JUST Li TIME. They sat upon her fathers steps, His arm was round her fofm, And he was -doing all he could To keep the maiden warm. \ Her father spied them from above. And softly he crept down, Bearing a bootjack in his hatid, And on his face a frown. Pa nearer yet and nearer crept, He heard the lovers sigh, , Ana then he raised his arm aloft With murder in his eye. Just then ihe manly lover said, 'How -happy we shall be.; For Uncle died last night- and all His great wealth comes to ihe.' One moment more the olA man | stands, And at the young one glarets, Then, all unseen, unTiearc, unfelt, Creeps back again upstairs. * EDGAR AgXiN.. An. American, touring Scotfehd» arrived at Stirling. 1 Said the Guidfr— -'This, siir, is the i Wallace monument.' , Replied the American — 'Good old Edgar.'* ..

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KARUMA BECOMES A STATION SIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 7 March 1930

KARUMA BECOMES A STATION SIRE. The Doncaster winner, Karuma, has been sold as a station sire. This marks the end of a good race horse who, however, went wrong, and would not stand training. His con nections prepared for a grand Caul field Cup coup, and they believed it was well within their grasp, when he went amiss -in a race in Melbourne last September. After that he could not be trained again. He has been for sale for a long: time, but not until Saturday were ne gotiations completed with a Queens land station owner. Karuma will do| stud work there. j i

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FILMLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 7 March 1930

FILMLAND. Did you know that when Lola1 Lane's first picture 'Speakeasy' was ]»layed in her hovrie town, Indianola, a holiday was declared. ' 'The Girl from Havana,' all talk ing Fox Movietone special, directed .by Benjamin Stoloff. in which Lola Lane and Paul Page portray the fea tured roles, has the unique distinc tion of being the first feature motion picture in which sound arid dialogue sequences were iiimeg ana recoraeai on an ocean liner ploughing- the high ' seas, as much of the 'action -and dia logue was obtained en route from Ha vara to Los Angeles. Probably the newsreel ;is doing ?more to give. us a close-Up view of the world at largo th&n Any other force in existence to-day. When 'Ramsay McDonald visited America the population' of New iOrktefew arid heard him in their : theatres- on the very day of his arrival. A theatre has been opened in New York AVhibh shows nothing but sound hews reels. lH ere you can see every important happening through the world just as thou...

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