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STANDARD AND UTILITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 17 January 1930

STANDARD AND UTILITY. : While it is a difficult task to breed fowls with a combination of stand ard quality , and utility- values, it is jarroneous to suppose -that it cannot ?'i»e done— je:speci?dly; ;with * f bwls of ' ^ one color , in the plumage. Those that ?-br-eed for standanl qualities, or for - utility values alone, will never haye the .profitable outlet for their stock .that exists for the breeder1 of a suc cessful combination of the two.

Publication Title: Port Adelaide Gazette, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 17 January 1930

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Publication Title: Port Adelaide Gazette, The
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SOFT-SHELLED EGGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 17 January 1930

? V , SOFT^HEI^EGCi ' ? ? ?' ' v' : ? -?&- '}; » '? ?: 'j' ' ^ ? ' ' : :Eggs are sometimes laid which h&ve a very thin shell or no shell material at all. They may be tht result of a condition caused by a . ..lack of lime in the glands of the uterus jorby one eggforcing the . ^.jaejct -egg ojat of .the body of the of 'the'! fpwi before the' shell can Informed. Soft-shelled egg^ are most numero.us during, the period of heaviest , laying.

Publication Title: Port Adelaide Gazette, The
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BOOK REVIEW NOVELS OF THE SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 17 January 1930

[?] umNm-mM&smw. j ' . To assist other people in the selec tionofthe ir reading -matter is noto ?=- rioiisly a difficult and a delicate busi - y ness, and consequently the pleasure I 1 of unreservedly recommending a book . as meriting tie attention of a large ? ptpsportfon of . his readers 'is - one ~sel v :d4^ren?Pyed by a fieviewfir, osvith any senfee ibf fchis obligation to, tie public. 4- M am, therefore, .unusually fortun ?* ; ate to . f^el justified in -'-ad vising ;all p j readers of !*' *'iThe~i jgouft' Australian ^ Worker' to : ask- their : 'circulatang £ libraries for both ' The 'Dark Jour , - ney,' byJulianGreeir (Heinemann)i and ' The 'History of Button 'Hill,'r * ' '£? by Gordon Stowell ? (Gollancz) . ' ?. ' The Dark Journey' is the Eng ?''' ? „j Ush 'Version- of^Leyiathany' and 4ias T': 1 been well translated ,!T from the 'a', '.-if. French by ^Vyv^n* Holland. The:set jd - - ^ ting'is a French provincial town, and 4 '. the centraicharcifcteris atutor \vlio fall...

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

* f ' TRAM FARES ARE UP! j WELL, WHY WORRY? I I You Can Own a Gillo Cycle but | I Never a Tramcar § I CALL IN AND INQUIRE g I Les Gill I I CYCLE STORE 1 . | ?: 92 COMMERCIAL ROAD, PORT ADELAIDE | £ ' Phone J 2289. |

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FRIGHTS FOR THE BURGLAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 17 January 1930

|iRjK^S fOR ^E^RGLAR. j ? Most 'id us- h'ave;!our owju ideafe . of i i the: best imethbi-'olE^^temjiig away ] 5 bujfglars. ,1 came' across a new one : SylieD I visited ajarge house lately, j The owner is agaiaftt tte/usie-of bells or warning devices. 'When they i - , awaken ,'you,' he. explained,, 'you are I 1 Kilf-asleep, sand the ' burglar alert, nwVI vdit are.at a disadvantage.' His schfeme lights, the lower part of the; ' !bef«rre. 'the burglai- can mount ? ' the stairs, and leaves the upper room j in wh'ch family and servants sleep,! in darkness. As a student' of psycho- j ? cboipsy, he believes- that no burglar! would go from lower lighted rooms ? after the shock of seeing the lights^ blaze up. ? I remember a burly friend of ] ?mine, ' an' amateur boxer of repute,1 stating that if he heard .burglars downstairs he would throw gomething 'heavy through the window, arid help , others to catch the miscreant. I. know a 'jeweller who, in addition to 'having a ringing, burglar alarm, ...

Publication Title: Port Adelaide Gazette, The
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HOW DO YOU DRESS YOUR HAIR? [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 17 January 1930

HOW DO YOU DRESS YOUR HAIR ? Unless you can lay claims to fea-. tures of rare and unusual beauty,1 avoid an extreme style in the dressing of your coiffure. The sharply defined outlines of the extreme style are far too cruel for the woman whose features are a lraction .ess than perfect. The dressing of the hair can lend many illusions. If you would like to appear a trifle taller than you are, wear your hair piled high in the centre. This can be done with short hair as well as long, if the barber, knows how to manipulate his shears.' Tell him that you want your hair cutj so that it will pile up in the centre.) If he is a good barber, he will knowt just what you mean, and if he is not, grab your hat and run! He'll: probably ruin the line of your cut] anyway. | A side part with the hair drawn IUW aCl Uos nm iuicncau Hi a UCCUIU'I ing swirl will shorten the appearance j of the long face and high forehead. ? Bands also tend to shorten the long, face and extremely high brow. j A short face...

Publication Title: Port Adelaide Gazette, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 17 January 1930

NELSON'S BOOT STORES Commercial Road Port Adelaide EXPERT BOOT REPAIRERS ^ SAME DAY SERVICE FROM OUR OWN FACTORY : PHONE: J 2721 NELSONS' BOOT STORES

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

£60 ON OFFER See Page Seven ? ? ? ? ?

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

~ WHAT OTS SENDING COST ? i ' . How much does it-cost you to spend £100? The answer is £100 down, * if and at least £$ 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, but many do it unconsciously when they spend money that might otherwise have earned interest at 4-/fe indefinitely. Every pound ;you spend has attached to it an invisible string of pennies ^ ' i whitih'you spend with it. KEEP YOUR MONEY ..IN A SAVINGS ACCOUNT AND EARN, NOT .* ' SPEND; 4% INTEREST PER ANNUM * 1 ^ €oiiiiHoiiwcal^$a\nnQbifei!l{ofl!!i$(rai!a | GUARANTEED BY. THE COMMONWEALTH GOVERNMENT i-. f ...... .1.

Publication Title: Port Adelaide Gazette, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 17 January 1930

iRwiai itsaif i HPOHTANT NOTICE!! I - - V ?' ? ? - : - - - ? ? \m ^ . ?? ? ? , 'S- ? |1i) ail who are responsible for th« ' * Household Shopping— to Men and - ? * ? Women who seek Rare ? ' ' -J f Bargains in Clothing ? I etc., PLEASE NOTE ? fwfMill . rjf ' . . ' ? ?W 2 ISummer; I Fair I ? — ? ? ? ? 1 The : I Powerful ! - * * ? Shopping Event - ? 8- ' .. . -5' ; which was opened ? * B ? in Adelaide yesterday ? | v (Thursday) is not a One-Day ? ' Sale, but an Extraordinary Fair that \ ? ? B ? ? ' ? mil he continued Today and following | ? ? ? days with Bigger and Better Bargains ? . ? — ? ? ? 1 ? a . ? ® : Come To-day j i and Save : ? ? H : FOY & GIBSON PTY. LTD.: ! RUNDLE SHEET, 1DHJUDE !i r TELEPHONE— 5590. ALL DEPARTMENTS CONNECTED ?! * ?; f'.B ??????????? ? ?????????? B\( BACK TO SEMAPHORE [ JAMES DULL LIMITED Semaphore BIG Drapers Are Showing Wonderful Bargains Ladies PURE SILK HOSE, Sky, - 1 l£d. pair Children's WASHING HATS, hundreds to choose from ? 1/ each Women's Str...

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DEVILS ON CHARIOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 17 January 1930

DEVILS ON CHARIOTS. j Take six shsep't kidneys, twelve slices of bacon, cayenne, salt, a teaspoonful of- chopped parsley and six slices of toast: Cut the kid neys in halves lengthwise, and . roll each half in a slice of fat bacon. Sprinkle freely with cayenne. Place them in a small pie-dish, - pack . tightly together, scatter the parsley over, and . r bake frr twenty minutes in a fast oven. . Placs two pieces on each slice of toast and serve at once. DRIED APRICOT JAM. To lib. of apricots, allow 41b. of sugar and four pints of water. Wash the fruit and soak it 1 in the water fcr *an or twelve hours. Bring to the * boil, and co~k gently until the fruit is tender — about an hour. Add the sugar, ar.d, when dis solved, cook quickly for about three-quarters oi an hour, or until the syrup jells. Pineapple or lemcn may be added for favoring, provided thai lib. of sugar is allowed fcr every pound of ad ditional fruit. - ? ?

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COMPLEXIONS VARY. HOW AND WHEN TO WASH THE SKIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 17 January 1930

COMPLEXIONS VARY. . I HOW AND WHEN TO WASH THE 1 SKIN. * I ' How many times a cay should I^: - wash my face to preserve my com plexion?' is a question often heard nowadays. Unfortunately, it is ? a question that nearly always lacks a decisive answer, because complexions vary very much. The more sensitive your skin the more you should protect it against too much water. Ordinarily, one , good washing in the morning should [be sufficient, with a light rinse last , thing at night, to remove all trace of powder or make-up. j On the skin that is fine in texture, ' | but not super-sensitive, two washings [daily will have no harmful effect. Care should be taken to ensure the water being soft, however; if it is hard, put two teaspoonfuls of fine oatmeal in a jug with one pint ^of ' water, leave for twelve hours, strain, land use. | Soap is permissible in both ablu tions, providing it is of the very best, but, of course, every particle must be removed from the skin before using the towel. The...

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CARE NOT EXTRAVAGANCE. SECRET OF GOOD DRESSING. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 17 January 1930

CARE NOT EXTRAVAGANCE. SECRET OF GOOD DRESSING. To be well dressed it is not neces sary -to spend extravagantly on a large wardrobe. ^ The woman who has only a small dress allowance and a strictly limited wardrobe has a good chance of be-' ing well dressed if she has chosen 1 her -clothes with care and tended them well. Although much money ! is not essential t«. good dressing,! time and thought are. Every item: of dress, however small it may be, !must be chosen with particular care, so that it will fit into the general scheme of things. There can be no hapahzard buying, no nicking up of so-called bargains, for the 'bar- gain' will, turn out to be an expen sive luxury if the color and style ; clash with the rest of your outfit. I . It is ft good Jjleg for j^he , bus;' 'woman. to set aside a - time for the I buying of an outfit for winter or summer, or whenever it is required, 'and to buy as few things as are | necessary, but to have them well 'made- and of good material, and all in o...

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

CITY OF PORT ADELAIDE SEMAPHORE ILLUMINATED CARNIVAL NOTICE is hereby given that from 18th to 26 January (inclu sive) from 7 p.m. to 1 1 p.m., and on Monday, 27th January, from 10 a.m. to 1 1 p.m., the Espanade,j Semaphore, between South Ter race and Hall Street, will be closed to vehicular traffic. By order, E. BRADWELL, Town Clerk. Town Hall, Fort Adelaide, 10th January, 1980.

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BEAUTY IN SLEEP LOST LOOKS SOON REVIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 17 January 1930

BEAUTY IN SLEEP; j 'LOST LOOKS SOON REVIVED. ; ^ I Beauty sleep in great-grand- ? ' ' 'fl mothers' day was sufficient restora- ? ? , ? tion in itself. Beauty s-eep to-day '' T needs , a helping hand if it is to re- fl store a peach-like bloom to a skin :'i'- ? that has been exposed to the fierce ? giare of sunlight on the beach or ? y: ? tennis court, or smooth away faint -'??'?'.z. I little lines that gather under eyes I ? which have done over-much reading .1 *-?- I under strong light. -:i ? ! It is amazing how Iquicldy lost . ,. looks can be restored with beauty ' sleep preceded by simple home treat- , ment. Of course, it is essential that treatment be followed every night. To say once: 'Oh, I am too tired ; '?-''+ 1 to-night to bother,' and to tumble ?i,i into bed with the pores blocked with the. make-up which has been worn ail day, is to put one back a ' week maybe in restorative .treat ment. . , #,.,*! . er 4 all, „ it ijs,, .only a„ matter of ; . . ^ allotting a few minutes ea...

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

* mmm mmmmm m m m * mm mu uumumu\ J SJPPORT ; ; Co-operation : ; PORT ADELAIDE INDUSTRIAL : CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY M Specials in Ladies' FHOCKS, 27/6 !or9/l 1, 16/6 for 1 0/6, * 37/6 for 27/6, - - ? £- - - - 52/6 for 39/6 jp Ladies* SUNSHADES — — — — .2/6,3/6,4/6,5/6' ? : LLadies SHOES — - — — — _ _ 4/U pair ' Men's FASHION SHIRTS — — — 3/6, 4/6, 5/6, 7/6 JJ Men s PYJAMA SUITS - - - - 4/11,5/11,6/11 ? Men's SOCKS - - t- — . j/6, I /II, 2/6 pair ® Ladies' SILK HOSE — — — — 1/6, 2/6, 3/6 pair ^ Ladies'- DRESS LENGTHS, in Voiles, - Crepes and Cotton ? Fuji — — — — — . — — — 3/1 1 dress length I SEE m WHMSRW ramMENT ? for 2 ?# BACON RAStfHS - - - - - - 1/4 lb, « i Jjr QR1PPJNG - - - - - , -? - - -M lb. ' !*]£GGS, Guaranteed - — — 1/2 doz. ^ MCE MATURED CHEESE - - - - - 1/6 lb. ?m $CKFGRD'S CORDIALS - - - - jl /8 per bottle * ^ ^SOGfElY BRAND ; BUTTER - - - - 12/ i lb. ^;JG00D TABLE BUTIER - - - - - 1/11 lb. rf;BEST MIDDLE CUT RASHERS - - - - 1/9 lb. Z SMOKED HAM RASHERS - - - - 2/ lb. ' '...

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

? m ? m ? ? a. naafl-B:* fl MR. L. G. MORRIS \ I of H. MORRIS, Opticians, will consult at v ® . J MR. a F. GRYST, Chemist, COMMERCIAL ROAD * I PORT ADELAIDE FRIDAYS, J p.p. t,-5 ^ /£? B Appojntmestar Phone Central 639; J 2282. a mm m m-m m -«-«-a.a a.a-a-a^M; a

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

ZT ««r AWAIDE I Saturday, .Jan. 18, Monday, Jan.. 20, Tuesday, Jan. 21 JOHN GILBERT '' ' DESERT NIGHTS ' c HENRY VICTOR * 'AFTER THE VERDICT' Wednesday, Jan. 22, Thursday, Jan. 23, Friday, Jan. 24 PAULINE JOHNSON * 'THE FLYING SCOTSMAN' ? ? _ ? Written and Composed by JACK FEWSTER (Musical Director Ozone Theatres Ltd.) and TOM KING. j OZONE THEATRE SEMAPHORE I ATTRACTIONS I Saturday, Jan. 18, Monday, Jan. 20, Tuesday, Jan. 21 REGINALD DENNF » 'EMBARRASSING MOMENTS' ANNA Q. NILSSON » 'BLOCKADE' Wednesday, Jan. 22, Thursady, Jan. 23, Friday, Jan. 24 ; AL JOLSON « 'THE SINGING FOOL' 1 A ,.A ' * ' t - | -' - vj' '-=j - » i- -j I _ \ -4 | r r J | - ff~f - -a-' — i - 1 I -1 ?ffpNr f. - ' i f 1 =» .1 *,l . — hH tgj ? , QUa Chimes j. 4 A g. 4 - M ^ ^ tells f) V .7 3 x ^ 5 :1 .-V / j? uh-{j. J. J l 1: J .j I | -J--g J ? a* ? 1 V ] 1 3 p p =ff - ^ _ I f =— ^=^tep ^ — j hd^ mi -f -1 ^ .j - 3^ ;i.*r z.//.| f i T I r M i i ^ FTSTr iv. 4 ? r f- -p. r ^ ? ¥mnf-- ^thMaU ... ^ 11 ? — v. , if , I ? -...

Publication Title: Port Adelaide Gazette, The
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LATEST FOR LADIES WEDDING TOILETTES MEDIAEVAL STYLE GREATLY IN FAVOR WIDE SELECTION OFFERED IN MATERIAL COLOR AND ACCESSORIES [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 17 January 1930

! LATEST FOR LADIES IL_ ? I WEDDING TOILETTES MEDIAEVAL STYLE GREATLY IN FAVOR 1 WIDE SELECTION OFFERED IN MATERIAL, COLOR AND ACCESSORIES Magnificently ornate as the wedding gown 'in gold hrocade, gold or silver cloth unquestionably is,, the beauty and charm oT a bridal ensemble inclusive of ? a frock in ivory white satin with court train hung from the shoulders remain unsurpassed. In any one or other material styles featured vary ljut' little. Thle sumptuous gown in .gold brocade, gold or silver cloth, or silver lame sewn with pearls and crystals, demands treatment on severely classical lines or the gorgeousness of the material will lose much of its regal effect. The straight bodice on semi-fitted lines, with close round neck and wrist length sleeves may be lifted to the rigfht natural -waist then taken slantingly in narrow, perfectly flat folds across to the low left hip and there finished with a very long slender buckle studded ? with rhinestones in amber to tone with the £old. ...

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