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MAXIMS FOR CHIC. DRESS DESIGNERS TELL THAT [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 March 1930

MAXIMS FOR CHIC. DRESS DESIGNERS TELL THAT.l Tussatizzia is the name of a new woollen fabric which is as light as silk. It is intended for house dresses1 and is dyed in all the prevailing] colors. To be well hatted is far more im-l portant than well dressed. To be well shod is better than either. Romance, Steiia, Er.volee and Sole Mio are the names of four new even ing gowns. Romance is midnight blue, wi'h a decoration of glittering snakes; Stella is of white and silver, with drooping flounces; Envolee is a contradiction of slimness and many cone-shaped flares; and Sole Mio is a froth of pink tulle ana rosebuds. The word chic applies more to the individual than to her clothes. Any one may be chic in s\-ite of unfash ; ? ui ~ ? ? ? ? „n j ? j luiLctuie uLtiiv, ui vtsiy wtsii uresseui without being chic at all. Chic is an illusive and personal quality. London says: If you are a blonde, prepare to shed tears, for fashion is beginning to prefer brunettes. The proof of this is that the t...

Publication Title: Port Adelaide Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
NUTS TO CRACK Girls Who Make a Living by Getting the Kernel Out of the Shell. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 March 1930

NUTS TO CRACK Girls Who Make a Living by Getting the Kernel Out of the Shell. How many people who bite into a 'chocolate braiil' ever won der how the hard shell with which the nut started in life has been changed into the rich sweetness of its new covering? . I The writer never thought about it, himself till he was staying in a re-j mote village in North Wales, ard was asked if he would like to see over] a factory. , This 'factory' turned out to be aj great shed, from which, as the dot ri opened, came a noise as of thousands', of woodpeckers. . j A few dozen girls, armed with hammers, were cracking nuts with' marvellous dexterity. Tney seemed! always to get just the right cap to j break the shell and leave the kernel t intact. | Just Like Squirrels. | As they worked, the girls were chattering away like the squirrels they imitated so well. One of them showed me the ham mer she had used for three years and was discarding that day. A queer, misshapen object it looked. The grasp of her ...

Publication Title: Port Adelaide Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOME COMFORT. MAKE LABOR LIGHTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 March 1930

HOME COMFORT. MAKE LABOR UGHTER. The present day girl who is contemplating matrimony and setting up a house of her own has very different ideas about things to those accepted by her mother when she was embarking on the same adventure. The modern girl has enough moral courage to refuse to have her home filled with useless and un necessary things simply because this cabinet or that vase or pic ture belonged to Aunt Marian or Uncle John. Sentiment is cast «side if the article does not har monise with its new setting. So many modern girls get a busi ness training. If they are wise they will apply this knowledge when it comes to running a home. In their eagerness to have everyr thing right, many young and inex perienced housewives allow them selv no leisure to enjoy the fruits of their labor. If she be wise, the wo :nan who wants to make her home a bright arid happy one, will determine how she can best reduce the daily, routine to a iplan that will make things run perfectly smooth, witho...

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TASTY DISHES. NESTLES ADVISE HOW TO PREPARE THEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 March 1930

TASTY. DISHES. NESTLES ADVISE HOW TO PREPARE THEM. Realising that it is not enough merely to sell milk products, the Nestle Company has devised an after-sale service, which will be appreciated by housewives. Any- ; one who desires advice about ?low to use Nestle's milk pro ducts to tne best advantage may j obtain it on applicaton, and the i latest form of help is the pub lication of a cookery book. j t In a foreword it is emphasised 1hat the compary's condensed milk is obtained from selected cows, and that it contains all the cream. Sou.e pure; refined sugar is added, and all the water is removed during thj process, of condensa ion. which makes it- nos-! sible to keep the condensate indefi-! nitely in any climate. The truth of: ths»t claim is attested by experience! gained in every part of the world bv! explorers, travellers and seamen. All] the essentials of nourishing food are, retained by that process. . Nestle products include Lactogen, ' - Crfeam and -Malted Milk. With the cond...

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WHAT DO YOU DO? WHEN BABY IS FRETFUL. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 March 1930

WHAT DO YOU DO? WHEN BABY IS FRETFUL. The best tempered and best managed baby in the world is j hound to be fretful sometimes. There arc various reasons for his crying, and since he cannot tell you what is the matter, you - must exhaust all the possible causes before coming to the con clusion that he is 'just fretty.' A modern, -well-brought-up infant, who leads a regular life, is properly fed at definite times, has his full complement of sleep, is less inclined! to', be fretful than an infant fed when he cries, put to bed when con venient, and not at a fixed hou^, nursed ^ind amused during his wak ing hours. But even he will be fret ful if his hot-water bottle is touch ing him, or, worse still, too hot for him to -bear, instead of being plea santly warm. Cot Discomfort. He will be fretful also if he is notj lying comfortably, having a ruek in] his clothing, or a safety pin unfast ened and either pressing him or pricking hini, or if he has no room to stretch his limb3. A baby lying ...

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CHARM BEFORE BEAUTY BUT BOTH CAN BE ACQUIRED TO A CERTAIN EXTENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 March 1930

I CHARM BEFORE BEAUTY BUT BOTH CAN BE ACQUIRED i TO A CERTAIN EXTENT. I If I were asked to give the quality that I considered most I essential for feminine attrac tiveness, I would say 'charm.' It is an. even greater asset than ) physical beauty. I lne woman who possesses it may j | be poor and homely, she may be { ! far from - intellectual and she j | may be old ,but if she has charm { | she has the 'open sesame' to ] people's hearts. ' Many ask whether charm isn'ti something one is born with. Yes, it! is, but it can be developed to a great! degree. I know, because I've seen! plain, colorless girls who have blos-l somed out with it. Not over night, i of course. | Acquiring charm is not something) yon can put on like a garment or a coat of paint. It is something that, must be developed from within. j How can one acquire charm? It is a combination of many things, but! most of all it is joy in life, and an eager response to people and things.; It shows itself in a sympathe-icj nature ...

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COOKERY HINTS. CHEESE AND SALMON SAVORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 March 1930

COOKERY HINTS. CHEESE AND SALMON SAVORY. For the cheese pastry take 4oz. flour, 2oz. oratrd cheese, 2oz. butter, 1 egg yolk, salt and caycnne, X tablespoon cream. Rub butter into !h- fl-iur, add cheese and seasoning, and bind with egg and cream. Roll out th-? pastry and mt into two pieces; on one spread a layer of canned calmon 'well mashed and seasoned with pporer ana sail, rut tne second piece oi pastry | on top, cut into fingers and bake in a steady] oven for 15 to. 20 minutes. I OCTOBER PIE. j One large desertspoon dripping, 6 slices lean bacon, ham or tender cteak, two large potatoes (chipped), 1 carrot, 1 large onion, |lb. firm I tomatoes. 1 large cup young green peas, ilb. breadcrumbs. Put dripping in the bottom of la laroe piedish. and rn it lay the meat. Now !add layers of vegetables in this order. Half the chipped potatoes, sliced bacon, sTiced car rot, then J cup peas. On the peas out the re making potato chips, then the other J cup peas, a-d over these the sliced tomatoe...

Publication Title: Port Adelaide Gazette, The
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BABY LAMB" THE LATEST QUAINT AUTUMN FUR COATS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 March 1930

'BABY LAMB' THE i . LATEST QUAINT AUTUMN FUR COATS. ? ? From the melting pot of !«*st j season's modes, Dame Fashion . has moulded some delightfully ' attractive styles for the autumn. Suede, warm and flexible, has taken the place of leather for motoring and wet ^weather coat and has a coa^linish all its own. A Jacqueline model just unwrap ped from Paris for display is par ticularly smart. Of sheer white suede, its lapels and cuffs are of' scarlet and its belted smartness i» : secured by a brilliant red buckle, j A chic leather beret of scarlet perched on the head gives a smart ! fipish to as dashing an outfit as ever! graced a modern maid. Another smart effect is obtained m a burnt orange coat with cuffs and collar shading into nigger brown. New Sou'-westers. i For those who find the beret too | hard on the face, there are the n«w j toques, which, according to a con-j noisseur. 'one must be very beauti- ; ful to wear suitably or else so plain that it does not matter.' j Which .prob...

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LATEST FOR LADIES MILLINERY NEW SEASONS MODELS UNUSUAL COLORS ARE SUBDUED, YET NOT SOMBRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 March 1930

LATEST FOR LADIES MILLINERY NEW SEASONS MODELS UNUSUAL COLCHIS ARE SUBDUED, YET NOT SOMBRE. 'And this, Moddom, is very 1930.' Thus read the inscription under an amusing sketch in a recent London- 'Punch.' The sketch in question depicted the saloon of an exclusive modiste, in which a member of the staff was engaged- in showing a cus tomer the new season's model hats. The surprised and some what startled expression on the face of the' customers in some urliat tvni/-al ? f ? ? ? C A ? ' ? — kuc sa|«ic99iuu iuc idvcb or Aueiaiue women will wear when they find themselves confronted with the fash ionable winter headgear. The two important points that impress one when viewing the ncw season's millinery are that it is chic to show one's forehead, and yet dowdy to show the back of one's neck. Then another point is the absence of jewellery on millinery. ? Diamond pins have been fashionable for such a long time now that it is rather difficult to reconcile oneself to unornamcnted brims and crow...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 March 1930

RIDE A BIKE ! Did you ever stop to think that you can buy a New Cycle for lOd. per day (5/ weekly) ? Why it is not as much as you pay in tram I and bus fares per week ! For Cheapness, Convenience, Health, and Independance - - - RIDE A GILLO BIKE CALL IN AND INQUIRL ? BRING YOUR REPAIRS Les Gill CYCLE STORE 92 COMMERCIAL ROAD, PORT ADELAIDE Phone J 2289.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 March 1930

WWWWtfWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWtfW* j! New Season's Seeds I; PANSY, Giant Exhibition and Trimardeau Madam Perret If 2/ per packet |! ICELAND POPPIES, assorted and pink shades. ! STOCKS, SWEET PEAS, VIOLAS VEGETABLE SEEDS, all varieties; SHALLOTS and GARLIC M. G. HILL, Art Florist, etc. 230 COMMERCIAL ROAD, PORT ADELAIDE

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 March 1930

SOMETHING THAT ALL] MARRIED WOMEN J SHOULD KNOW J Apply to | M. FISHER. | 97 PIRIE STREET | FOR FREE ADVICE j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 March 1930

LADBMAN & PANX Sight Testing and Manufacturing Op- icians. 75 RUNDLE STREET, ADELAIDE. SIGHT-TESTING At Kirby. Chrmist. SI. Vincent Street, Port Adelaide, EVERY FRIDAY, from 12.30 till 9 0.1**. Appointments may be made with Mr. Kirby or Ring C30S0 (2 lines). ^ ^ ^ ' i j 3pr ' I H ARNOTTS FAMOUS COFFEE BISCUITS The perfect breakfast, supper or picnic item, always crisp, .fresh and delicious. * Try them for your next outing. ? ? ? ? ? ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 March 1930

BILLIARDS DICK CONNOLE WISHES TO ADVISE THE PUBLIC THAT HE HAS TAKEN OVER TOE THE SPORT BILLIARD SALOON 231 St. Vincent Street, Port Adelaide. 3 FIRST CLASS TABLES 3 AH Brands of Tobacco and Cigarejttes Stocked COME IN AND SEE ' US Dick Connote, Proprietor

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PT. ADELAIDE ACCEPTANCES. RUN SATURDAY, MARCH 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 March 1930

PT. ADELAIDE ACCEPTANCES. RUN SATURDAY, MARCH 15. 1.3*0 ? RIVER HURDLE RACE ? 1.30 | About two and a quarter miles. , Phaedo ... 10 1 Aphenatori . . 9 l'l Euphrasia . . 9 10 Dross . . . .9 l! Our Hero ... 9 7 Impeccable . . 9 0 I Bowalja ... 9 5 King's Colors .9 0 . Don Gingham 9 4 Make Haste . . 9 Ot' Zero Hour ..93 Pistolva . . .9 0!, Monarch Lad . 9 2 Some Aid ... 9 0,' l| Euphrasia ? ? 1 I Zera Hour ? ? . .--. . . 2 I Our Hero ? ? ? . . 3 '| 2.5 ? CANAL WELTER ? 2.5 ] One mile one furlong 140 yards. Golden Aureole 9 13 Betty Tuck . . 7 12 I Seal Princess 9 O- Phoenix . . . 7 lO Mellurian ... 8 12 Royal Lass ..78 Bon Anton . . 8 11 Some Scot ... 7 8, The Cretan '. . 8 10 Coolhead ... 7 7 Suzumi . . .83 Diplomacy ..'77 Valdene . . .82 Pistolraf ... 7 7 Deploy ... 80 Ulster Gold . 7 7 Pious Kate 7 13 Wynstol ... 7 7 Archeson . - 7 12 ; Suzumi ? ? 1 ; Mellurian ? . . 2 The Cretan .......... 3 2.40 ? SNOWDEN STEEPLE ? 2.40 ] Two miles. ; Hungarian . . 11 8 Tamarack . .97] Barrier Gol...

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THAT'S EASY. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 March 1930

THAT'S EASY. Visitor: 'Weli, Tommy, if yo'ir sister weighs 6st., how much does she weigh standing 011 one leg?'' Tommv: 'Go alon'1 Do you think I can't divide by two?'

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CHAMPIONS AT THE STUD. AUSTRALIA'S GREAT TRIO. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 March 1930

CHAMPIONS AT THE STUD. AUSTRALIA'S GREAT TRIO. Shortly before J. Munro left Aus tralia he expressed the opinion that Windbag was the greatest horse he ever rode, and little exception can be taken to that opinion. Windbag certainly was something j out of the common, and. when we) hear anyone deploring the allegedj deterioration of our horses, we can-, not help recalling that such stayers I as Windbag, Spearfelt, Trivalve, and Strephon raced within the past five years. Furthermore that period included Manfred and Heroic. The latter won at a mile and three-quarters, but he was better at a shorter distance. | Manfred, on weight-for-age terms, gave Windbag a hard tussle for the Melbourne Cup, and would have won| if comparatively as good at two miles as at a shorter distance. It would |)e difficult to argue that a three-year-old, carrying 21b. over' w.f.a., and capable of getting within: a head of a Melbourne Cup in time I equalling the record for that race, was not a stayer. Nevertheless...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 March 1930

illDIHIBIHIIIIIIIBIBBIIiaiV j NOTICE.—10 persons about to have their JJ CLOTHES DRY CLEANED ? COME TO US I Clothes Dry Cleaned by us are Thoroughly Cleaned ? OUR PRICE— ' SUITS (11 COSTUMES ? FROCKS U/ TOPCOATS ' OUR PRESSING IS ALL DONE BY HAND ENSURING A ' PERFECT FINISH, AND AT THE SAME TIME RETAINING THE ? ORIGINAL SHAPE. ? F. J. WHITMARSH & SON : TAILORS AND DRY CLEANERS ' 137 COMMERCIAL ROAD, PORT ADELAIDE ' (Opposite Corner to Newmarket Hotel) ^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 March 1930

\ Dance & Euchre f j! TO BE HELD 5 5 EVERY WEDNESDAY MIGHT AT 7.45 P.M. AT THE J \ W.M.A. THEATRE, NILE STREET j I PORT ADELAIDE | £ Proceeds in aid of the DISTRESSED WIVES and 1'AMILIES V of Waterside Workers. J, Cool DrinlvS and Sweets Provided. jW i Monte Carlo and Streamer Waltz. Dancing 8 till 10.45. S £ Old and New Dances. j, jjj Tom Garnaut's Jazz Band in attendance. * j£ £ ADMISSION— GENTS, 1/-; LADIES, 6d. 5 1 i 2 F. A. CARR, Hon. -Secretary. 2 1 * «VW aw rtWW

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NO EXPENSE OR TROUBLE NEW WAYS WITH OLD HATS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 March 1930

NO EXPENSE OR TROUBLE) ? ! NEW WAYS WITH OLD HATS. | 1 Between seasons we find our selves regarding with critical eyes the clothes which for eco nomy's sake must serve their turn until the new season ar rives. j Hats in pax-ticular at this time of1, iyear seem to droop and cry out for I renovation, especially if they be of j the summer felt arder; J Whereas it is often difficult to re-' novate a frock or coat, it is usually a simple matter to work miracles with a hat without going to a great deal of expense or trouble. j A few yards of ribbon, a sTvein or, two of bright wool or a fascinating tassel, and you have the materials for making your old hat eual to new. For example, one yard and a half of velvet ribbon transformed a tired little felt into a becoming and up to-date model? in the hands of a clever needle woman. j The hat was cut right off the fore head. Two slots were then made on one side, and the velvet ribbon was brought across the forehead, pulled through the slots, and t...

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