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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 March 1930
THE PORT ADELAIDE CO-OPERATIVE STORES Winter is Coming WARM CLOTHING WILL BE WANTED BEFORE PURCHASING YOUR NEW SEASON'S DRESS OR HAT VISIT THE CO-OPERATIVE STORES AND SEE THE DISPLAY OF THE FOLLOWING GOODS 36in. DRESS TWEED - 2/6, 4/6 yard 54in. COSTUME TWEED, 11/6, 12/9, and - - - ~ ~ 1 3/6 yard 36in. CREPE SILK, in Black and Navy, 1 at - - - - - 1 3/6 yard 52in. JERSEY CLOTH (Wool), Blue, Fawn, Chocolate — — 10/6 yard 38in. Marocain, Navy, Black, 8/11 yard ! LADIES' HATS ] ?I Millinery First Opened has been Carefully j Selected and are the Latest Designs i PRICES RANGING FROM 13/6 to 25/ j Come and See them Displayed on -the j Ground Floor. j , HOSIERY | A Special Purchase of SILK and WOOL j LISLE HOSE in the following Shades:— j Pawnee, Misty Morn, Sunbask, Black, j Paris Grey, Rose Nude, Sunmode, Melotan ! ARE TO BE SOLD AT 2/11 PER PAIR ! i ? - _ : 54in. STRIPED SERGES for - 12/9 yard I | Also a Good Line of 54m. DRESS TWEEDS in Fawns and Browns. To go at Low Prices. 56in. Heav...
THE ENGINE WHISTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 March 1930
THE ENGINE WHISTLE. *? How many people have ever] - fought of the origin of the locomo-i tive whistle, or who invented it ? Itj was brought into use through an* 'accident on an English railway sta-| tion 100 years ago. When the - - Stockton and Darlington railway was ''?opened for traffic a man on horseback preceded the 'Locomotive No. 1,' one - of Stephenson's early locomotives, to warn people of its approach. But Stephenson's engine attained the -?-' hitherto unheard-of-speed of 15 miles - 'an hour and ordered the horseman j - off the track. i The first serious crossing accident i '??on the road followed on September' 15, 1830 when Mr. William Hus-' ' kisson, a Cabinet Minister, was killed.' ' Another accident occurred on May ? : 4, 1833, when a train collided with - farmer's.. waggon containing 501bs butter and. 80 dozen eggs, on a' crossing between Thori.ton and Bags- ? worth, England. :
COOKERY HINTS. A LENTEN DISH. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 March 1930
COOKERY HINTS. ?A LENTEN DISH. Thoroughly cleanse' and dry fillets (or small, whole fish). Season, and jiut on a well-greased | tin sheet ; brush with melted butter, and place j under griller fcr about five minutes. Turn fshi rver, brush' again with melted butter, and cook| till brown. It will take from si* to:eight minu-j utes to cook nicely. All grilled fish should be served with maitre d'hotel sauce*. To make th:s,| work 2 tablespoonful of butter till It is very creamy, adding a dust of pepper and a litt.e salt, one tablespoonful of strained lemon juice, , and chipped parsley to taste, ipreaa ov-r i»n ant* garnish with sprigs, of parsley and slices of le:.icn cut into fancy shapes. ? BOILED FISH FOR LENT. To make boiled fish tasty I must have a su&ahle sauce. This ? has for its foundation the ordinary white sauce, which (if liked) may bej made richer by the addition of a tab!espoorful of .cream. To this foundation allrtw for each half pint of white' sauce one chopped up h...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 March 1930
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 March 1930
jLOOKATj ! THIS I ? THE | 1 HORACE L MARSTON i | STORES | PORT ADELAIDE MARKET & ST. VINCENT ST. - ff ARE MAKING ? = SPECIAL BARGAINS FOR THE ? | LENTEN SEASON ; 2 PRIME LING FISH - - - - - - JD. ' ? FRESH HERRINGS, ptrlia - - - - 7|D. * ? KIPPER HERRINGS per tin - - 10'D. . ? GOODSAIMON, per tin i - - - - - lOP ' ? jib. TINS SALMON, per In - - - fi'D. , ? LARGE SARDINES, per tin - - - - 10|D ? |i i TINS SARDINES - - - - - - ? | CHOICE SPRATS (20 fish m tin), per tin - - 1/- . ? 2 PRAWNS, pertin - - - - - - - 1/3 ? J JAP. CRAB, per tin - - - - - - 1/6 ? | KIPPER SNACKS, per tin - - - - - 3»D. ? ? THE BEST FACTORY BUTTER j ? STILL ? I I/IO'5 ; j GUARANTEED FRESH EGGS | j lj3m : ? 1 lb. BEST RASHERS BACON [ : 1 doz FRESH EGGS ? ? , THE LOT FOR ? j 213 j j HERE'S A BARGAIN!! j : CLIPPER BRAND FULL CREAM MILK [ \ 6a ™ i VS.; i Easter Is Coming You Will Require a New Hat ON FRIDAY EVENING AT 6.3® Will BE YOUR OPPORTUNITY SUMMER MODELS! MATRON'S HATS! FET HATS! COLLEGE FETS! HATS ...
LAKING THE TEMPERATURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 March 1930
'TAKING THE TEMPERATURE. It is cangercus fcr baby, wh?n mother tests the heat cf baby's bottle by nutting it in hcr^'.' own mouth. When the bottle is read5^, mother* y should just press a drop cr two out of the teat''- on t' her own wrist. If th» vei' on h».r w-ut can bear the heat just n'ceiy, then it is the right temperature for baty SOFT SAFETY STRAPS. When baby gets to the stage of pulling him- ?* self up in his pram, it is not safe to put him to sleep without safety straps on. The leather ''' h?rd. -4 fnd -thai straos mads of crepe ' '' »f. stockinette are just '?Js. safe and far, .more com— fortable. Being soft, these do not trouble him at all. A COOKERY H'NT. When cooking my baby's snccial foods I use„r,, a to» double boiler, keeping the top for cereals and the bottom fcr vegetables. Small amounts , crn be cocked more conveniently than in larger-, utensils, and so baby can have freshly cooked,^ a foods every diy, with little trouble. These little...^ T dishes fit over the sim...
CHELTENHAM RACES. PLACINGS AND DIVIDENDS. RIVER HURDLE RACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 March 1930
CHELTENHAM RACES. 'l PLAC1NGS AND DIVIDENDS. I ! — I RIVER HURDLE RACE. Our Hero, £3 9.', 1; Euphrasia, ! 19/, 2; Monarch Lad, 3. j CANAL WELTER. I The Cretan, £15 5/, 1; Suzumi, £1 | 10/, 2; Some Scot, 3. I I SNOWDEN STEEPLECHASE. | i Kanton, £2 6/, 1; Bang Bang, £1 | i 16/, 2; Huia Park, 3. I I j SIRES' PRODUCE STAKES. I i Axinus, £3 16/, 1;. Happy Dream, ! I £2 5.', 2; Kidston, 3. I I fT. PATRICK'S HANDICAP. [ Kirrkis, £2 14;. 1; Sper.ial Call, | I £1 6 \ 2; Bachelor Green, 3. I I -, | COVE HANDICAP. | Green Baize. £1S 17/. 1; Lakhnao, j I £1; 2; Steel Guitar, 3. I 1 1 r* ? --- I ? 1
SOME AMAZING FACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 March 1930
SOME AMAZING FACTS. Dr. Ronald Camipbell Macfie, in his recently delivered Thomson Lectures, made many interesting statements. According to report Dr. Macfie said: 'All the teeming life of our globe — all its forests and meadows and gardens, all its myriads of fishes, birds, and beasts, is in material bulk so small that it might all be buried in the Pacific Ocean without alpprer ciably raising the sea level; while if it were all made up into a ball and flung into the crater of a sunspot it would be licked up like a speck of dust- in a roaring furnace. 'I, who stand before you now, clothed in flesh and cloth — I, who look fairly solid — am really a hol low ghost, for though according to physics I consist of quadrillions nad quadrillions and quadrillions of inr visible, infinitesimal particles, yet they are so small in themselves that I am actually emptier than a yacuum tube. If some terrific grasp were to 'squeeze the particles together as they have been squeezed together in some ^ d...
CAULFIELD RACES-SATURDAY. PLACES AND PRICES. NARONG HURDLE RACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 March 1930
I ' CAULFIELD RACES — SATURDAY. ! __ ! I _ PLACES AND PRICES. I I — ! I NARONG HURDLE RACE. I Cobrp.nveil. 4,1; Royal Comedian, | 1 3/1; Jchnny Cake, 33/1. | i ; TWO-YEAR-OLDS. | I Gerfceja. 14/1: Santor|-, 50/1; I I Reasonable, 15/1. J j ST. KILDA HANDICAP. I | Second Wind, 5/1: Caramelo, 5/1; I J Gleamlight, 16,1. 1 I j STEEPLECHASE. I I Merauki, 4 1; Junot King, 12/1; I i Namera, 6/1. I - i SOUTH YARRA HANDICAP. I i Famona, 7.1; Dominant, 12/1; I 1 Dcradus, 12/1. | I I WELTER. I I Cyanate. 15 1; Apis, 15 1; Chalaki, I 25.1. I i ? «?
MORE AMERICAN LANGUAGE [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 March 1930
MORE AMERICAN LANGUAGE An American girl gives a glossary of slang terms, which may be useful as an aid to understanding the 'talk- ies,' if anyone wishes to understand them. The following are some exam ples:— Dimbo'x — a taxi-cab. Flatwheeler — young man who takes - a girl to an egg harbour. ^ iSgg Harbour — a free dance. Clothesline — one who tells neighbor hood secrets. 'Let's blouse' — let's -go. Crapehanger — reformer. Finale-hotpper — young man who ar rives after all bills are paid. Hipbound — one who drinks hooch. Apple: Sauce — flattery or bunk. Weeping Willow — same as crape hanger. Alarm Clock — a chaperon. Father Time — any man over 30 years of age. Dingledangler — one who persists in telephoning. Cake. Basket — a limousine. Static — conversation that meapp nothing. Oilcan-- an. impostor. Forty-niner- — man who is prospecting for a rich wife. Tomato — good-looking girl with no -brains. Slat — young man. Cake-eater — harmless lounge lizard. Noodle Juicer— tea. Boob-tickler ...
TAILEM BEND ACCEPTANCES. RUN SATURDAY, MARCH 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 March 1930
TAILEM BEND ACCEPTANCES. RUN SATURDAY, MARCH 22. 1.5 ? HANDICAP HURDLES — 1.5 : Two miles. Lucky Day . . 9 10 Monarch L^d 9 4 Chateau Boy .98 Enormous ... 9 1 Rostrolia ... 9 7 King's Scribe . 9 0 Admiral Valida 9 5 .' | Chateau Boy ? : . 1 Monarch Lad 2 Admiral Valido ? 3 1.40 — NOVICE RACE. W.F.A. — 1.40 (First Division.)' Five furlongs. Alanter . . . 8 11 Amalvie ...85 AI Marco . . . 8 11 Dendoric . . . 8 5 Bon Marco . . 8 11 Nilkerloo ... 8 5 Gunswell . . . 8 11 Seraphic ... 8 5 Mariquita . . . 8 11 White Flag ..85 Turenic . . . 8 11 Cardiac . . . 6 13 Wynlotte ... 8 11 Amalvie .... 1 w Gunswell . . 2 Bon Marco ? 3 ' 2.10 — NOVICE RACE. W.F.A. — 2.10 1 (Second Division.) [Alice Alwyne . 8 11 Anton Lady ..85 Ben Reo ... 8 11. King Gum ..85 iGreen Hat . . S 11 Palasa . ...8 5 Lord Tempest . 8 11 ? Tonare .... 8 5 Soarissa 8 11 Allorac . . . 6 13 Wyeroo . . . 8 11 Pitchorum . . 6 13 Midnight Thrill 8 8 ' I Anton Lady ? 1 t King Gum ? 2 j Pitchorum ? 3 2.40 — TA'LEM BEND HANDICAP — ...
ST. PATRICK'S HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 March 1930
ST. PATRICK'S HANDICAP. I Pat Slattery and Kirrkie have I proved a very formidable combina-j tion during the last few weeks. Theyj have won a number of races, both in; the country and on metropolitan courses. Slat'ery knows this horse and on Saturday, when hard pressed i in the straight, Slattery had to bring, his whip into action and ride his1 horse hard, but over the last fur-1 long he had the measure of Special Call and won decisively. | ; Kirrkie followed up his sequence jof successes by taking the St. Pat ricks Handicap. He was well back in the field early, but ran into a I prominent position going along the, oack and had the leaders well cov ered before the straight was entered. In the run home, Slattery again pre vailed and won nicely. i Special Call again ran consistently. She was never far away from the :eaders and fought out the issue with determination. 1 Bachelor Green was in the leading division all the way, and hung- on well to take third money. j Bowshot, which was la...
COVE HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 March 1930
I COVE HANDICAP. Green Baize, which was previously 1 raced by the late Dr. Benne/:, was :-it one time expected to turn out 1 top-iio! -„h ::printc-r, but she nev»r realised expectations, and was a dis- i appointment to the doctor. On Sat urday she showed a great 'turn of [ speed in the Cove Handicap; audj ran the five furlongs in 59£ seconds.] Green Baize is now raced and trained] by G. Stanmore. 1 Green Baize caused surprise by' taking the Cove Handicap. She was, five horses back early, but coming' to the home turn ran up close1 be hind the leader (Lakhnao) and easily defeated him in the run home. 1 Lakhnao did all the pacing, but the winner was too good, for him, and he had to take second place. j Steel Guitar was back in the middle | of the field early, but came home well and filled third place. j Miss Two caused surprise by beat-!, ing all but the place-getters. She ! was well placed throughout. Drift : On was another outsider th$t di^ well to finish close up. Mistone wry in com...
KNOWLEDGE KERNELS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 March 1930
KNOWLEDGE KERNELS. It takes about seven and a half miles of hotwater pipes to heat Man chester's town hall. * * «r Britons eat something like -5,000,000,000 eggs a. year; of this total more than £16,000,000 worth are imported. The Band of Hope, which has now 15,000' societies all over the world, was founded in Leeds eighty-two years ago. * * * * Daughters and sisters of airmen at Cranwell Aerodrome, Lincolnshire, have formed themselves into a squa dron of Air Girls. * * * * The London County Council em ploys a total staff of 55,951, which includes 21,683 women. There are 3,311 ex-Service men. * * * * 'If you give a girl too much to do, she breaks down; but if you give a boy. too much, he does not do it,' said Sir Henry Hadow, speaking on Education recently. * * * * Among the 242,249 patients treat ed at the Italian Hospital, Queen Square, London, last year, forty-six different nationalities, were repre sented. * * * * Black swans are disappearing from the rivers of Western Australia...
LUCK OF THE GAME. LOW-PRICED YEARLINGS SUCCESSFUL. BIG PRIZES TEMPT BIG BUYERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 March 1930
LUCK OF THE GAME. LOW-PRICED YEARLINGS SUCCESSFUL. BIG PRIZES TEMPT BIG BUYERS. 1 1 1 That tiie marked increase In added money for the A.J.C. and Victoria Derbies had an effect upon yearling prices is a fair conclusion to come to. With the certainty of over £6,000 from one race, buyers can afford to tro higher than when the A.J.C. Derby stake was considerably less. , Unfortunately, few enterprising buyers have received the rewaird they deserved. The luck has princi pally been with breeders racing their own horses, or those ' buyers who lave given, comparatively low prices for yearlings. After remaining at £5,000 for a [few years, the A.J.C. Derby jumped !t.o £6,000 in 1921, and Mr. G. D. [Greenwood won with Cupidon, fori whom he gave 525 guineas , in New Zealand as a yearling. Furious, bred by her owner. Mr. E- E. D. Clarke, was second, and she, to some extent, atoned for her defeat bv winning the Victoria Derby and V.R.C. St. Leger. , In 1922 the A.J.C. Derby was in-j creased to £7...