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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 10 January 1930

V. / f jflftWWWWVWWWVWWVWWWWWWVWWWWVWWW |: Seeds, Seedlings. Pot Plants, j; !? I; J Garden Manures, Poultry Requisites !; j; Flora] Work of all Descriptions jj j; M. G. HILL, Art Florist, etc. ;! |j 230 COMMERCIAL ROAD, PORT ADELAIDE J

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WAR NOVELS AND WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 10 January 1930

WAR NOVELS AND WAR; -By Henry Savage.) : Since reading 'Return of the   Brute," ' by Liam O'Flaherty, ' I have been thinking hard how to review it   without a comparison with 'All Quiet.' That is the reviewer's prob- lem where war novels are concerned. As they pour out of the publishers' offices, he girds up his mental loins with the firth determination to f or-     get utterly that Remarque and his book ever existed. Some of us are even willing to forget, if possible, that the war ever happened. There     can be too much of this exploitation     of old, unhappy, far-off things and battles long ago. But now that our armies are yet again swearing terribly in Flanders     - — in the novel under review, that is to say — I find it impossible to write of Liam O'Faherty's contribution to the literature of the war without   reference to Remarque's. ...

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GOING HOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 10 January 1930

GOING HOME. , After an absence of twenty-five years, I was revisiting the place of my birth — the old home standing   half a mile back from the road, the scene of many pleasant childish ........, and youthful escapades.' Twenty-live years is a big slice out of one's life, and such a period should have dulled, or have been ex pected to dull, many of the recollec tion engendered by a return visit to the old homestead. Yet, as the Dodge bumped over never-to-be-forgotten roads, I once more in fancy enacted happenings for many years forgotten. It almost seemed as if breathing the air of that locality had, in some mys-, terious manner, operated on some cell of grey matter and manipulated brain tissues hitherto dormant. j Though favored with a fairly re tentive 'memory, incidents of the dim past confronted me with startling realism. A mile out from Caltowie 1 sighted the gate posts leading into the old farm when those line North erners and incomparable sportsmen, the Leahy fam...

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HIGHEST PRICED GELDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 17 January 1930

HIGHEST PRICED GELDING. In reference to the sale (to Mr. ? Trautwein) of Chide for 6000 gns. it was stated by a Sydney contem porary that the highest price. paid -for a gelding in Australia -was 3200 gns. for Star d'Or. Over years ago Mr. E- G. Brodribb paid 4600 gns. for the gelding Titan, then thel champion two-year-old or Australia. In sheer value, based on purchasing ; power, £4,600 in those days wasj about equivalent to £10,000 now. ? Gloaming, it is understood, could, have been sold for £10,000, but a[ veterinary certificate of soundness! was not forthcoming at the time. No| doubt Phar Lap could have been sold foi-' £10,000 before ^the race foi .the Melbourne Cup. * J

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BE YOUR OWN WEATHER PROPHET. HOW TO STUDY ATMOSPHERIC CONDITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 17 January 1930

BE YOUR OWN WEATHER PROPHET. HOW TO STUDY ATMOSPHERIC CONDITIONS. j It is strange how little attention^ is given, as a rule, to the most com-! monplace everyday weather signs. Few people, indeed, seem to realise j that these indications exist at ail;1 yet, if Nature is fickle, she is lavish; also in her warnings of changing moods. Perhaps of all natural phenomena, clouds are the most reliable weather indicators. If we learn to read these correctly we have at once an almost unfailing key to future me-, teorological conditions. | For example, if you see clouds with rounded tops and flattened, oases, you may be fairly sure that! there will be showers before the day! is done. If these characteristics are, present in an exaggerated form, the] clouds assuming mountainous pro portions, with dazzling white sum mits and dark indigo coloured bases, then look out for thunder! i When Fine Weather' is Coming Soft-edged white cloiids floating (serenely on a blue sky, indicate fair! [weather for t...

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FLOWERS ARE SO DEAR (Continued from last week.) [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 17 January 1930

FLOWERS ARE SO DEAR (Continued from last week.) Anthony seized his hat and strode j out of the shop. There was nothing else to be done. Phillida had sud denly disappeared a week ago, leav ing no clue as to her whereabouts. i?or the life of him he could not see why she had done it. He knew she was not with her parents in York shire, for when be had been to ask for her. at her lodgings he had seen a letter addressed to her in a hand r which he knew to be her . mother's. - At the same time he could not rid himself of the feeling that Johann Heiner knew something 'of her dis appearance. Yet. the old** bookseller relused to discuss .the matter with him. Then suddenly an idea come to him. He wouid advertise. She al ways read the ' Telegraph.' She'd be sure tc . see it and reply. Phillida purely would do that. Within half an hour he was writing on' an advertisement form: ' Phillida. Flowers Are So Dear. ? Where are you? Please tell me. — Anthony.' 1 He was up at dawn the next day to get th...

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BRADMAN'S OLD HEAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 17 January 1930

BRAPMAN'S old heap. Don Bradman is practically a new comer in the big cricket of this coun try. But he has an old head on his sturdy young shoulders, and -in his bat is the magic of the century maker. 1 '? In his biief career, including Test cricket; Bradman has scored 2,377 runs in 30 completed innings of first class cricket, the average ' being 79 runs per innings. *\ He has ^made ten centuries and yet has played ;in only 20 matched. His exploits include the: record inn ings of 340 not out against' Victoria, two centuries'- -in: the Tests against England, a^d .' two centuries in one Sheffield ? Shield match ' against Queensland. ' I Bradman should find English, \vic kets to his liking. In the subjoined epitome it will be seen that he ave-j rages 147 against Victoria ana 130 j for the State against English teams,! and that he has not yet played against Tasmania, Western Austra lia and New Zealand. I. N.O. H.S. Runs. Avge. Victoria . 7 3 340 589 147.25 S.A ? 8 0 175 443 55.37 Queens...

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Port Adelaide Corporation Mayor's Parlor, Town Hall, Port Adelaide, January 9, 1930. To the Members of [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 17 January 1930

Port Adelaide Corporation! Mayor's Parlor, i ; ' Town Hall, J^ort Adelaide, January 9, 1930. ^To the Members of , the City Council, Port Adelaide. .Gentlemen- — 1 I regret to have to report the ' tragic death of Mr. T. Moriarty on the Port Road, who was killed as the resultof being run into by a motor car. Also that of the Hon. Captain ri. .Grosvenor (A.D.O. to Jiis Je,xeel lency the Governor) , killed whilst flying over- Hobson's Bay. I also re gret to have to report the deaths of the following . respected citizens — J. W. Channon, ; W. Purches. and M. Rogers. -As the result of the very heavy dovvnpour during the Christmas holi days, with the City Engineer I made ah inspection of Cheltenham Ceme tery, .and found that about 500 graves had subsided. The, work of : .reinstatement has been put in hand, | and . notices sent to the owners of headstones affected by the subsidence owing to the phenomenal rainfall. Accompanied by Crs. Condon and Davey, and Representative Makin, the Deputy D...

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IRISH CHAMPION. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 17 January 1930

I IRISH CHAMPION. j Ballyferris has proved the best two-year-old to race in Ireland this ?season. At the Curragh meeting in October he carried 9.12 and beat a good field in the National Produce Stakes, 6 furlongs and 63 yards. He won by two lengths from Glannarg, 8.12, and Sol de Terr, 9.3. Fore Topsail, ridden by Childs, was favo rite at 2 to 1, 5 to 2 being on offer against the winner, who was bred and ?[ is owned by Major Dixon. Bally ferris is by Apron from Gilford. j Apron is anotner member of the j successful Son-in-Law family. He 1 dam was Aprille, by Chaucer. Ap, ] ron, a brother to Son of Spring, was j a good performer. He is at the stud ' j at Maynooth, Irelanc. Printed at Jennings' . Printing | ] Works, 16 Kensington Road, Rose -'I Park, for the proprietors of 'The J Port Adelaide Gazette.' |

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A HOT PLACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 17 January 1930

======== I A HOT PLACE. ' Cannibal Chief:- 'This Aussie Is. rather burnt/' Slave: 'Yes, sir, he was scorching. when we caught him.' , ? «... .a PHEW! The Frigid zone and the Torrid zone. I'm not in love with either; For the Frigid zone attacks our bone, And the Torrid our saliva. I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 17 January 1930

The I HORACE L. MARSTON : STORES j PORT ADELAIDE MARKET and ST. VINCENT STREET I FRIDAY, JANUARY 17 and SATURDAY, JANUARY 18 : \ ? ? j WE ARE OPENING THE NEW YEAR DETERMINED TO GIVE OUR PORT ? ADELAIDE FRIENDS THE BEST VALUE » PRODUCE AND GROCERIES I I THAT HAS EVER BEEN OFFERED IN THIS CITY ? I For the Hot Weather | JELLY CRYSTALS J 4 oz. Full Weight 4^D. pkt. i 3 Packets for \f l Smaller Packets JD. each i ? j^D. dozen ^ * I 1 CUSTARD POWDER i [ lib. Tins J/ | Small Packets |D. each ! IP- dozen I I ? ? / i PRESERVED FRUITS ? 1 Apricots ? ? 9|d tin ? 1 Peaches ? 10£d. tin ? 2 B Pears ? 1/ tin ? ? Pineapple ? ? ? l/l^ tin ? ? Plums ? ? ? lOjld. tin ? - i: ? Assorted - - — 10/9 doz. ? ? ??BIBHBBBIiaal 1LB. BEST MIDDLE RASHERS BACON and 1 DOZ. FRESH EGGS THE LOT FOR 1/11 CHOICE FACTORY BUTTER lilO i ? LB. PRIME CHEESE To Suit All Tastes 11 LB. JAMS ' Assorted. All one Price _ $d. ™ ? Take Your Pick ? SALVITAL ' 1/41™ ; MARSTON'S S.R. FLOUR - , 5P- ; or 3 pkts. for * ? - 1/3 f- PICKLES...

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A TURKEY HINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 17 January 1930

A TURKEY HINT. Two turkeys should never be al lowed to «it close together, unless both, are due to hatch at the same time and -- both can be ^onfined- to the nests, for otherwise' both tur keys are likely to leave the nests with, the first few pojults that hatch in either nest and leave the un-! hatched eggs to spoil.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 17 January 1930

On Sale Every Friday 'B B B B B ? ? ? B BB ? ? ? V SB ? ? B ~ B B -B B B B ~B ? B'B PS B B B ? B SB B B B B B B ~B B B-B B. B;B B B ;B B. ?* Published Continuously by F. J. Jennings for over 19 Years wsSHfl B fl B IB £&;i3tclL 3E 3 :s£:lb -'- SB, ? h Correct Order Two Competitions in One Selections May be Left at 231 St. Vincent St., Port Adelaide

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HINTS FOR BREEDERS AND OTHERS FACTS IN A NUTSHEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 17 January 1930

FOR BREEDERS AND t-i-- ft -iiirrij re FA.CTS IN A rNUTSHEL. * * * * It is never too early to start cull ing the chicks and the layers. , * # * Jfc A mating used this year, that has proved its value, is a big asset for next year and worth keeping. - All breed? of poultry have their purpose; do not despise any, or fancy yours is the only one. ? ? ? » While growing stock can stand a certain amount -of overcrowding for a time, without any very disastrous effects, chicks suffer from the effects of it almost directly. sjs ? *' * * Keept your market eggs in a cool placed * Heat causes deterioration in quality, and jevaporation of the mois ture contents of eggs.

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THE HANGING SWORD. (Continued from last week.) [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 17 January 1930

THE HANGING SWORD. Bfr EDMUND SNELL. (Continued from last week.) Follitt drew forward a chair. . ? *' You think so?' ' ' There's not the least doubt about it. I wish every case I tackled was as easy as this one. I had it all sized up the first day I was here. ' Then why, in the name of hea ven, are you still hanging about?' , Dyson grinned. ' Because, for one thing, the en gine of that comic motor-boat broke down and, for another, I rather thought a short spell at Baluwan wouldn't do me any harm. Wonder^ ful spot for a rest-cure, Follitt!' ' Where's Mrs. Roeschen?' ' In her room, I suppose. I have not seen her since 'tiffin.' ' Dyson stretched himself and reached out for the tunic which hung over the rail. Follitt, the 'back of his head buried in one of Roeschen's -brocade cushions, watched him curi 'ously. Seeing the man after such a long interval, he could more readily believe the yarns that had drifted to him from time to time , concernr „ ing his methods of extorting informa tio...

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MEAT FRITTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 17 January 1930

MEAT FRITTERS. Make a good thick batter with milk atiu egg,] .rWid'-into' this dip. I»ffc-9ver (licet -of joint. Fry in boiling fat* # j /fit?

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SMALL FLOCKS BEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 17 January 1930

SMALL FLOCKS BEST. Production by large flocks of lay ers is nearly always on a lower aver age than that obtained from small . lot?. This is found in almost every] branch of animal or plant life; al-j though sometimes it pays best to get a smaller output if the cost is less than with the larger production. . The cost of equipment and labor is re duced as the size of the flocks is in creased; but there is a greater risk of disease. , ,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 17 January 1930

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CATCHING COLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 17 January 1930

CATCHING COLD. There are few things more fatai in the poultry house, in the coop, or .in -the brooder, than a draught. . Draughts are responsible for many - of the common diseases from which .Xftost fowls now and then have prob ably suffered. The most prevalent, among these is cold. A cold, seems such, a trifling, thing that remedies are seldom used, the v impression being that the fowls will - ' throw it off, and the cold; will dis appear as rapidly as it came. This however, is a very dangerous plan to adopt. j i Were colds merely colds and noth ing more they might be treated in this casual fashion, but the after effects take various forms, all more! or less dangerous, not only to the individual bird, but to other mem-i bers of the flock, since many of the diseases are infectious.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 17 January 1930

Martyrs to backache! Are you one of these ? Does day after day drag by, and your backache never cease ? Are you distressed also by inflamed and rheumatic limbs, pains in the head and across the shoulders, dropsical swellings and urinary troubles? No wonder, then,, that you feel weak and ill by day, and too worn out [ to sleep when night-time comes. Look to your kidneys ! Backache I is frequently kidney- ache, Nature's warning of serious kidney weak ness. Other warnings follow all too , quickly ; headaches, dizzy spells, J depression, bladder weakness, gravel and the swellings of dropsy. Don't give way to worrying; use Doan's Backache Kidney Pills. This special kidney medicine has restored health to thousands ; it should not fail in your case. Doan's Pills strengthen weak kidneys and i also prevent kidney trouble. You will find an occasional course of Doan's Pills a reliable precaution. Sold by all Chemists and Stores. . Foster -McCIellan Co. Proprietors, Sydney -DOAN'S' BACKACHE KID...

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