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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 March 1930

-Arevyou one -of' these ? Does day after day drag by, and your backadhe 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 Mr§iefej£Svhcn night-time comes. Look to your kidneys ! Backache is frequently kidney-ache, Nature's warning of serious kidney weak ness. Other warnings follow all too quickly ; hcadaches, dizzy spells, depression, bladder weakness, I gravel and the swellings of dropsv. Don't give way to worrying ; | use Doan's Backache Kidney Pills. This special kidney medicine has ! restored health to thousands ; it i should not fail in your case. Doan's Pills strengthen weak kidneys and ! also prevent kidney trouble. You will find an occasional course of Doan's Pills a reliable precaution. Sold by all Chemists and Stores. Foster-McClellan Co. Proprietors, Sydney 'DOAN'S* j , backache kidney pills

Publication Title: Port Adelaide Gazette, The
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LAUGH AND THE WORLD LAUGHS WITH YOU OVERTIME. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 March 1930

? ????wm»MMW'-MWMMiWrfWVWVWWWVWWWWWWWWWWV ( ' LAUGH AND- THE WORLD g^' LAUGKS WITH YOD » — . , ? ? .. w — ~ — *? ^ m m m m OVERTIME. j Higgedly, piggedly, my typist, bhe types letters to save my fist. Six an- hour, and even eight— But none at all when we work late. *????* A si NOW, WHICH IS IT? . 'Daddy, is to-day to-morrow?' asked Tommy. 'Certainly it isn't,'* answered his father. 'But you said it was.'' 'When did I ever say/ to-day was to-morrow?' 'Yesterday.' 'Well, it was — to-day was tomor row yesterday, but to-day is to-day, just as yesterday was to-day yester day, but yesterday is to-day, and to morrow will be to-day tomorrow, which makes to-day yesterday and to-morrow all at once. Now run along and play!' '* * ' * '* V A DUCK. The , farmer met one of his new employees coming towards the house I in a dripping condition. 'Say, Bill,' he said, 'What 'Ave ye been -doin'?' 'Oh,' was the reply, 'I've just been 'avin' a game o' cricket wi' the old bull by the pond. I won the toss a...

Publication Title: Port Adelaide Gazette, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 March 1930

SHgLL : '» J -? . telegraphed 'Excellent trip thanks to confidence .Sliell ' * or^anisatIon an-^ high standard Shell products.' That Htiifl; * J- Yes.-lll take. Shell please. Chichester used if jj - that's enough for me/' j MOTOP^IJPl ? MOTOR ! OIL AllEiLL SPIRIT THE ANTI-CARBON PASS ? ? ? j

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LAUGH AND THE WORLD LAUGHS TO YOU DINKUM AUSTRALIAN SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 28 March 1930

LAUGH AND ? Iffi VORLD , LAUGHS WITH Y00 - ! TITMtTTTM ATTSTRALIAN SPORTS. I Putting horses. Pulling strings. Pulling to pieces. Pulling wires. Pulling legs. And, thank good ness-r-Pulling through! ? ? ? * * * * . A CATCH HERE. 'Say, Pa,' said little Davie, 'Edi- son invented the first talking ma chine, didn't he?' JNOf my son, SUIU jra, wcaiuj? ?'God invented the first talking ma chine; Edison invented the first one you could shut off.' . * * * HE WAS. CHATTY AS WELL. We were a rather cheerless crowd sitting in a cheerless dugout on a more cheerless 'day. Nugget was sit ting apart, busily searching for ?'chats,' when suddenly his face— lit up with inspiration. ? 'Strath,' he roared. 'It's only just dawned on me, boys. Now I know Why Naipoleon always had his hand inside- his coat.' . ' '?» - '. .9 ANXIOUS Fortune Teller: 'You will be mar ried within the year. His name is^ — - Fair Client: 'Oh, never mind his name. Tell me what I'm g;oing to wear.' -'? * . * * * BRIGHT SAYIN.GS OF KI...

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A ROMANTIC GARMENT. CAPES ARE TO BE REVIVED [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 28 March 1930

A ROMANTIC GARMENT. ; CAPES ARE TO BE REVIVED; With more graceful styles promis ed for the near future, it is no sur prise to find that we are to have a revival of that romantic garment, the cape. , Some few years ago ah attempt 1 was made to popularise cape cloaks, with but little success. At that-time their association with tight or hobble I skirts, as they were then called; was incongruous. To be effective, a capc reeds that continuity of flowing line which makes for grace. In the Adelaide shops was seen a charming ensemble, including' cape, the whole being designed for early autumn afternoon wear. The material chosen was Canton crepe, in olive green and biege. The tuck-in blouse of the lat'er color was a fitting background for he deep V of green, the point of which buttons on the skirt front, and back. The capc, with slashes at the front 'or the arms, was of green Canton, .ined with biege. A distinctive feature was the deep '.'oke of the skirt, which followed the nspiration of t...

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

tfWWVWWWWWWWWraWVWWWWWWWWWWWWW I THE CENTRAL HOTE f ? ; v IS NOW UNDER »\ I; ENTIRELY NEW MANAGEMENT jj jl THE NEW PROPRIETORS ARE ;I jj W. J. LEE AND MRS. E. KNAPMAN j; I; ~~ \ . ?; DROP JN AND SEE US 3 j! ALL DRINKS TRUE TO LABEL ;! j! You are Assured of Ji «' CLEANLINESS THE J ?i COURTESY and AT rrilTDAI !' J. CONVIVIALITY tLWIRftL g |i IN OUR BOTTLE DEPARTMENT || ij THE PRICES ARE RIGHT I; | THE CENTRAL HOTEL § ?! tNEAR BLACK DIAMOND CORNER) ^ J

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

???????????????????????a ?* ? iwJLA. THEATRE NILE STREET ft JJ PORT ADELAIDE. \ EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT ! OLD AND NEW DANCES J (SELECT) ? DANCING FROM 8 TILL 11 J TOM GARNAUrS ORCHESTRA. LES WATERS, M.C. _ PROCEEDS IN AID OF DISTRESSED WATERSIDE WORKERS' WIVES AND FAMILIES PRICES— Ladies, 9d.; Gents, 1/6 V jjj PHONE : J 2576. F. A. CARR. Secretary, t

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BARRED FROM ENGLISH STUD BOOK [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 28 March 1930

BARRED FROM ENGLISH STUD BOOK America's two most successful stallions last year were Chicle (Spearmint — Lady Hamburg II.) Man o' War (Fair Play — Mahubah) . Neither is eligible for registration in the English Stud Book, but that has not prevented them from siring great gallopers.

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

[ SHWX ? Q// ? * 4 : ' ;J ; PsBn»n^' Ml ? ? z * ' ' *' ~ a up^ arrival at^ D^wi!! ^ j ?. » ' , t | . 1 _C ,*^'^1 gj|ju;H;V Sjjjjjj telegraphed 'Excellent trip thanks to confidence Sliell S^KW;!!S^ . * ' ^ ~''' ' ' ?. Ti. HEZTsusiHihi ft ;' Isiiil'ivM o rga n is a tion and high standard Shell products.' That jvS-ivl'Jy' tncssagc, coming as it docs from one who has experienced sjijvyi^ tile almost insurmountable difficulties of siich a flight, 'ityr, ' Yes .-I II take Shell please. Chichester used it - thafs enough for me/' MOTOP U K' I ? MOTOR oil iM1E-LL spipit THE ANTI-CARBON PAIR * ? *. »? ? - '

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BOTH SIDES OF THE FENCE [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 28 March 1930

BOTH SIDES « OF THE FENCE (By 'THE MAN ON TOP') The Get -Rich-Quick Wallingford] advised any young man with a capi-j tal of one hundred dollars go'ing into ; the city in search of fortune to spend' ninety-nine of them on new clothes. | Some people might suggest warl bonds or preferred stock, or such like investments of the slow and sure variety. Some would recommend the purchase of a partnership in a snug little business with plenty of scope for advancement under ener-i getic management, and others the] backing of a double which would turn the hundred dollars at once into] ten thousand — or nothing. Theyj may all have their points, but the clothes investment seems to have] more gilt on the edge. For instance. | An indignant citizen in another State i rushed up to the police station, and] reported that some miscreant had) stolen a ton of firewood from him.j The local Sherlock Holmes set his j brain to work, and soon recollected that a shockingly dressed, downat heel stranger had late...

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THE RANEE'S PEARL ROUBLE-CROSSED — A PERFECT PLAN — THE PRICE OF THE PAST [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 28 March 1930

IKE RANEE'S PEARL BV C. F KICHARDSON. ? r ? ? I DOUBLE-CROSSED — A PERFECT PLAN —THE PRICE OF THE PAST There was a great treasure in the chest of the Mahavini; a treasure ( looted in the dim past from some old temple of a god whose worship pers were rich and devout; a trea sure that made the covetous eyes of Abdul Azim, who dwelt among the jewel-sellers behind the big bazaar, gleam when he saw them displayed for his approval. For the Maharani, like many other ladies, needed money more than jewels, and had sent for Abdul Azim with a view to pawning them. This was done in strict secrecy among the unseen movement and laughter of the palace. The collecter had an annoying habit of restricting these transactions in heirlooms, and the money was needed urgently for her daughter's wedding ceremonies. The secrecy brightened the mer chant's eyes and lowered his price. 'Oh, shameless son of devils,' said the Maharani frankly. 'Art thou not afraid to offer -such a sum? Why, the pearl — the pearl...

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HE LOVED HIS HORSES. PASSING OF MR. JOHN BROWN. LARGEST THOROUGHBRED BREEDER IN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 28 March 1930

I HE LOVED HiS HORSES, j PASSING OF MR. JOHN BROWN.'1 ? ? I LARGEST THOROUGHBRED j BREEDER IN AUSTRALIA. , As a man who bred and raced, horses without thought to the cost,. Australia will never have one to re place the late John Brown. His ex penditure was tremendous, and no one knew better than he the im-. possibility ot a corresponding return.1. Always hopeful of breeding a champion, every season would see I him select some yearling as likely to i. I be the gest that ever came from his { stud. j' uf recent years very few turned out as well as he anticipated. Elizabeth's] March being the last to show first-: class form, though the running of ! Balloon King in the Breeders' Plate I pointed to his developing into a goodj horse. 1 The fact of his having over 250 j mares for inclusion in the Stud Book i gives an idea of the extent of his ( operations, and he was not only the: largest private breeder of thorough-i breds in Australia, but probably in j the world. He did not breed for the...

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

Oto ^ Friday '.»??? ??? ? ? ? ? ??? ? /* ??? q ? ? ? ? ? ? mum ???????????bbbb ??????????? Published Continuously by F. J. Jennings for over 19 Years ?? ?? stones. Extx*a. Selections Maty be Left at 231 St. Vincent St, Port Adelaide I MEETING ? DATE ? ; i t hereby apply for the position of 'Sport*1 Tiptltos , , far your next meeting. I submit the following as i a i ?*mple of my ability, on the understanding that if th;. i registers MOST POINTS (five for a winner, three for ? t ^eccnd, and one for a third). I be paid £30, and should - 't register SECOND HIGHEST £10, to supply a set of 1 'elections for the next Metropolitan Race Meeting for 1 publication ir. 'The Sport.' If other applicants tie wi-h 1 .-ne, I agree to divide. I agree to accept the Editor's ' decision a« final, and to abide by condition! as published -n 'The Sport.' , ' * * i LAST EVENT (Special Salary for correct order) ! i ? ? ? ! z ? ? ! 3 . ? ? ? - Please send me subsequent issues of 'The Sport*' t» i 'he. value of...

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NOTICE PAPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 28 March 1930

NOTICE PAPER. Meeting of the City Council held in the Council Chamber on' Thursday, the. 20th dav of March, i 1930. j Orders of the Day. ? Reports of meetings of the Public] Works, Reserves, Lighting, and- Beach j Sitis Committees held in the Council Chamber on- Thursday, the 13th day. of March, 1930. i Public Works, 6/3/1930. ! Present: The R.W. the Mayor, A.' J. W. Lewis, Esq., J.P., Aid. ClOuston.' (chairman), Aid. Gibb, Crs. Davey,] Pudney, Condon, Dicker, and Curtis.1 Deputy Building Surveyor's report1 6/3/30. Recommended that applica tions Nos. 2718/2722 be approved. Shell Co. of Aust. Ltd. asking Council's approval to cross Stirling Street with railway lines. Recom mended that the company be inform eu that consideration will be given when a definite application is submit- I ted. ? M. Whaudall regarding laulty | drainage of house at corner of j Teakle Street and Dunniker Road, due to alterations of road level. Re-| commended that the writer be in- 1 formed that there is no lia...

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Port adelaide Corporation [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 28 March 1930

Port Adelaide Corporation! Mayor's Parlor, Town Hall, Port' Adelaide, March 20, 1930. To Members of the City Council, I Port Adelaide. Gentlemen — It is with regret I have to report1 the deaths of Mrs. C. A. White, a] highly respected resident of I&ieejls- town, and Mrs. W. A. Dobinaon, anl ardent worker of the ?' Mother*' Club, I Alberton School. i I In compliance with the wishes x-fi the Council, I interviewed Mr. W.| r A. Norman, our solicitor, with regard1 }o offer made by Adelaide Develop-? merit Company for making Nar kunda Mooltan Centre rightrof -way and Balranald Street., the ^result of: which will be placed before, the JCom-j mittee of the Whole Council. j A number of ladies . have . volun teered to assist the Mayoress in or ganising an appeal to be made on behalf of the Soldiers' Tubercular. Aid Society on Friday, the 21st inst.i The amount expended on relief and! cheer ^during 1929 totalled £3,265.' The fund is now exhausted, and I; would appeal to members to do ...

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

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

WHAT DOES SPENDING COST? ' How much does it coat y»u t® spend £100? The answer is £100 down, ; and at least £9 per annum for the rest of your life. Yet what man would knowingly spend £100 that put him under obligation to pay £4 per year for life? None, perhaps, hut many do it unconsciously when they spend money - that might otherwise have earned interest at 4% indefinitely. j Every pound you spend has attached to it an invisible string of pennies j which you spend with It. ? KEEP YOUR MONEY IN A SAVINGS ACCOUNT AND EARN, N©T j SPEND, 4% INTEREST PER ANNUM Cbmmoirwealtf) SavtnaAnk of .ftagtraila GUARANTEED BY THE COMMONWEALTH GOVERNMENT

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

| FYDELLS m I WHOOPING COUGH CURE | In The- Greatest Medicine ever g | known. Relieves suffering {j | children immediately. Obtainable everywhere, Price 3/61

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

Help the kidneys! What a lot of trouble is caused by disordered kidneys, vet fre quently the more easily remedied symptoms are neglected. ©This means that poisons are allowed to overrun the system, upsetting the nerves, inflaming the joints and muscles, and starting most serious kidney complications. Be quick to safeguard the kidneys if you experience rheumatic pains, headaches, backache, dizziness and annoying bladder irregularities ; or if you feel dispirited, irritable, nervous, and ' all worn out.' It is dangerous to continue neglect of such warnings — rthe one wise course is to strengthen the weakening kidneys without delay. Doan's Backache Kidney Pills can do this ; they will make you well and keep you well. Get a bottle now, and prove this for yourself. Sold by all Chemists and Stores. Foster-Mc'Clellan Co. Proprietors, Sydney .DOAN'S® BACKACHE KIDNEY PILLS

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

1 LAND FOR SALE ; j LARGS BAY - LARGS BAY - LARGS BAY j - TWO BLOCKS, EACH 50ft. x 120ft. AFRfC STREET ' ^ ^ ; . . B' ' Owner Leaving the District. Must be Sold Immediately! ? Therefore the Price is Right. For full Particulars J '$ Write 'VALUE' ' I ? C/o 'Port Adelaide Gazette,' Commercial Rd., Port Adelaide * Patronise Our Advertisers

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