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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 18 April 1930

1 LAND FOR SALE j | LARGS BAY - LARGS BAY - LARGS BAY | ?j TWO BLOCKS, EACH 50ft % 120ft. AFRIC STREET | J' Owner Leaving the District. Must be Sold Immediately! i j Therefore the Price is Right. For full Particulars ? j: Write 'VALUE' | I; C/o 'Port Adelaide Gazette,' Commercial RtL, Port Adelaide ' jffJWAVWWWffffMWMMWMWJWWfJVWWJWl

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THE ENGLISH DERBY. WINNER MAY COME FROM MAIDEN RANKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 18 April 1930

THE ENGLISH DERBY. WINNER MAY COME FROM MAiDEN RANKS. i Stanley Wootton, shortly after his arrival on a visit to his home city, expressed the opinion that there was a possibility of this year's English Derby being won by something that had not distinguished itself as a two year-old. Last year many twoyear olds were not seriously trained, ow ing to the unusual hardness of the ground, and it is believed some of these will prove superior to the cracks of the season. Touching on this, 'Audax'' recently wrote as follows in the 'Horse and Hound': — 'An interesting wager has lately been made on this year's Derby. A well-known owner has laid another 5 to 1 to a fair amount that the race will not be won by a colt who is at present a maiden. A certain piquancy attaches to the bet, be cause the first owner is the breeder of a colt who has a very big chance of winning the Derby on his two year-old form. Further, the other owner has already won the race with a colt who was a maiden up to the end...

Publication Title: Port Adelaide Gazette, The
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RACING IN AMERICA. TIJUANA COURSE SHUT DOWN. H. P. WHITNEY WINS £72,461. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 18 April 1930

RACING IN AMERICA. TIJUANA COURSE SHUT DOWN. H. P. WHITNEY WINS £72,461. Racing is not carried on in many. States in America, and during the i past year an attempt to establish it. ... in others was turned down. j In Florida, Arkansas, and Texas legislation favorable to it was defeat-' ed. Racing i.self was not actually barred, out betting was, and in; America, as in South Australia, it cannot get on without that. I ; Many years ago anti-betting legis-j lation temporarily killed racing in! .. ... New York, but means were found of evading ihe law against racecourse ?; speculation, and racing was never in' a more nourishing condition than at] present in that State. , Maryland and Kentucky are two great racing States. In each the pari .. . mutuel is the medium of investment, and last year an attempt was made to legislate against it 'in each State.] '' If successful it would have killed a' big industry, but it failed. In Texas last year W. T. Wag goner financed an eleven days' meet ing ...

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FABULOUS FORTUNES. If You Ever Become Rich, It Won't Be Through Your Right to "Unclaimed Millions" [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 18 April 1930

FABULOUS FORTUNES. If You Ever Become Rich, It Won't Be Through Your Right to 'Unclaimed Millions' If the Court of Chancery had £230.000,000 of dormant funds awaiting unknown 'rightful owners' it would scarcely have enough to satisfy all the people who believe that fabulous for tunes await them when they can prove descent from some parti cular person or other. But an official of the Court has just revealed that less than a million pounds all told is locked up in Chan cery in this way, and that very little of that actually belongs to anyone now living. The disclosure is made in the pub lic interest. Not only have several departments of the Law Courts in the Strand been harassed for years by people seeking 'their millions,' but the officials who have had to deal with these pathetic cjptimists have seen their eyes becoming duller, their j faces more draWn, and their health giving way under the stress of wait ling. [ Novelists and dramatists will lose .a favorite inspiration now that th...

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NO REPAIR OUTFIT NEEDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 18 April 1930

— I NO REPAIR OUTFIT NEEDED. Farmer Black stuck to old-j fashioned ways, but Farmer Green, j a neighbor, departed from the usual run as to buy a motor car. One day he was showing it to some1 friends when Black came: fllnnc i ''Um!' said Black, 'What's that thing there on the side?' ! 'That's a spare wheel,' answered Green proudly. 'We carry an extra one in case one of the wheels goes wrong.' 'Just as I always said,' disdain fully replied Black. 'I've drove a| horse for nigh on fifty years, and; I never had to carry a spare leg for! one of them yet!' ]

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SOME LONG-PRICED WINNERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 18 April 1930

SOME LONG-PRICED WINNERS. When Harry Gavin won the Quali ty Handicap at Moonee Valley at 100 to 1, he was the fifth winner to score at that price in Victoria. Three of these have been at Moonee Val ley. About 1914, John McCormack '-von a Hurdle Race at the Valley, 100/1, and some years later Mir.-non captured a Jumpers' Flat Rc.ce. on the same course at a simi-l far price. j The Pearl won the Melbourne Cupj :it 100/1 and the Sydney Cup went; Murray King at 200/2, four years ?go. Alias won the Metropolitan in 1.904 at 100/1, and a bet of £1,000 \ was actually taken about his chance i it the rise of the barrier. j Sail On. a 100/1 chance, won the Villiers Stakes, and Pinkerton, who won the High weight Handicap at, Mocnee Valley on March 24, 1928, was backed just before the start at 100yl and his price was returned at 50/1. I

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THUMBNAIL REVIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 18 April 1930

THUMBNAIL REVIEWS. I Squadrons of Death, a book on air-stunting for the movies, by Dick; Grace, is an unattractive and uncon vincing book, full of unblushing self-! 1 praise. The author got into the war j for a very brief space but was soon out again owing to the Armistice, j which he describes as a great disap | pointment. 'We felt we had been created.' That pTirase is allreveal ing! London: Canstable. In Small Rain, by Lesley Storm (Cassell: London) the author is sat isfied, unlike so many other moderns, to make a heroine a one-man-woman. Hester falls in love with John, amid ideally romantic surroundings, when she is still in her early 'teens. He re mains the one big thing in her life, and despite his disastrous marriage j with 'somebody else, realises Hester's j worth and decides to throw in his lot jwith hers. Sydney: Angus and Rob ertson. { Randall's Round, by Eleanor Scott (Ernest Benn: London), is not ex actly a book to read at bed-time; nevertheless, it is well written. Thri...

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LAUGH AND THE WORLD LAUGHS WITH YOU DID YOU KNOW? [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 18 April 1930

- ? fwnrwvinnnnrrinnnrrfvyinnfWryvvifwvv¥TnronfVVinnnOnrtnAnnnf- | LAUGH AND THE WORLD ' — ? .r- — - wf'&. ©ID KNOW? ' V 'N - -1 - ' „ . ??&£? ''Wivtesq were .turned, out like : jpords, m&$tr-n'en would have a new piodel each year. :. *That even a' wife malde to ordpr is not' in ' it with one ready free maid. /'That the , new. edition of 'What Erertt lfoune Girl Should Know,' has jbeen. rehanied . 'What Every. . ISTpUnff, -?irl Knows by This Time.' j t ?l'*Thpt' a friend oif mine' says he's ) 1 Very fond of baby girls-, providing tiey were born about 20 years ago.! ^T^iat the less clothes a girl wears the/^ranner she; usually is. ? r.&'--rv ?' ' ' j - That a woman looks into a main's;, feyes for love, fotit a ; man . looks j j arbund to see if the coast is clear, i ? t'TThat the difference between an ^VMiing -gown and a cbemiSe is . a:® inbtti's lunch. ^ ^Xrot a- man never Knows his real t ttdujb until lie is sued for breach of j j promise. / . % ' .T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 18 April 1930

? - ? : * , THE ' ' s : Horace L. Marston ; j STORES j ' ' ; ? at ? i, J THE PORT ADELAIDE MARXET AND I J ST. VINCENT STREET STORE 2 : ? ? ? 1 ^ v-.;^ s.; 1 THURSp^ iflGm j f »d SATURDAY WmK i 1 Lent ? 1 * BEAUTIFUL SNOW-WHITE ROCK LING - 1/ lb. ? B . . - , ? . ?' , ENGLISH KIPPERS - - 2^: e&cli, 6 for 1/ ' | SALMON - 'U llb:tin/10id:;41l,.tb, 6^. 'j | FRESH HERRINGS - lib tin, 7R; lib. tin 4£d. *j g KIPPER HERRINGS - lib. tin, 10R; ilb. tin, 5|d. 'j J SARDINES - - - lib. tin 10|d. tin J J SARDINES - - - - - lib. tin 5|d. tin ' I THE «ESi FACTORY BUTTER ; j l/IO« | *? !' ~ ' j j GUARANTEED FRESH EGGS ; \ ljS MZ j I BEST MIDDLE RASHERS BACON | ? 1/3 18 ? | | CHEESE TO SUIT ALL TASTES ! j !/? lB- ! V n ? Best English Velours They are Lovely Hats — the Very Essence of Smartness. You will find a Lovely Range of these up-to-date Fashion Models in Our Showroom ? ? ? Don't miss seeing these EASTER IS HERE LADIES! WE CAN SHOW YOU AN EXCEPTIONALLY FINE RANGE OF CARDIGANS IN SIZES RIG...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 18 April 1930

£50 ON OFFER See Page Seven

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 18 April 1930

H. C. BOURNE j' 190 ST. VINCENT STREET, PORT ADELAIDE f (Right Opposite the Post Office) I MANUFACTURING JEWELLER AND WATCHMAKER ( ? WATCHES JEWELLERY SPECTACLES DIAMOND -^P) RINGS SERVICE | § ? VALUE I m ' ? SATISFACTION | REPAIRS TO EVERYTHING 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 18 April 1930

flftimvwwii ndvwvm#vvvvvvvwwwwvwvvuvwvvwvwwwvvv*i I It Is f j! QTsffilff 3 f l j IJr Fact/ i :? that the \' 1 CHEVROLET I is by far the World's j! largest seller of Sixes. !; The Reason is not far to seek !; See the , Chevrolet Cars and. '£ % Trucks at our showrooms. j ;I Metropolitan Distributors j£ j: City Motors Ltd. | ?j ST. VINCENT STREET, PORT ADELAIDE S ?I 'PHONE J2323. 5 j; HEAD OFFICE: 95 WAYMOUTH STREET £

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BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 18 April 1930

BOXING. An excellent programme of boxing) contests will be staged at the Motor | Pavilion, Wayville Showground, next Saturday night.' The star perform ers will be Les Anthony, the redoubt able Victorian lightweight, and Len Molde, South Australian champion in that division. The prowess of Molde | is well known to local enthusiasts, and Anthony is particularly well ac credited. Before joining the profes sional ranks about four years ago,1 the latter held the amateur feather weight championship of Victoria for two yeai'S. Altogether hp has taken, part in over 60 professional bouts, and only on seven occasions has lie, failed to secure the referee's deci- I sion. Amongst those he has beaten i are Norman Gillespie (poir»*-!5-.; Jackie Jones, champion iof *7i*es (points) ; Norman Radford English feather, who had won 17 contests in succession in Australia before meet-! jn-? Anthony (points) ; Jock Nivenj (K.O. 7th round) ; Kid Lewis, cham-] pi on featherweight of W.A. (points) !| Jock Den...

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FOR THE RICH MAN ONLY. COST OF RACING IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 18 April 1930

FOR THE RICH MAW ONLY. COST OF RACING IN ENGLAND. !In every way racing is expensive in England, according to Stanley | Wooton, who is on a visit to his; homeland. The cost alone of travel- 1 } ling horses to meetings is heavy.' 1 English owners and trainers are notl in the happy position of those in Syd ney and Melbourne, with every met-, ropolitan meeting within about half] an hour's train travel of their stables,; some less. \ Then, in addition to the horses, there are the expense of trainers and attendants, and the owner of a large team must necessarily be able to command the services of a good jockey. That means a substantial retaining fee. Where it Hurts. Forfeits and sweepstakes are, how ever, the items which hit owners hardest (writes 'Pilot' in Sydney1 'Guardian'). Australian owners in clude some rich men, but very few would remain long in the game if j the cost was nearly as great as in j England. j Out here forfeits and sweepstakes ] are light by comparison with the added ...

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COOKERY HINTS. OPEN BANANA TART. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 18 April 1930

r ? ?? ??*?????????????'» x s COOKERY HINTS. : OPEN BANANA TART. Line a tart plate with short crust or rough Buff pastry. Ornament the edges if made of short crust. Glaze with water and sugar an'd fill the case with dry rice after placing greased paper in the 'plate. Bake in quick oven 10 {p 12 minutes. Remove the rice, replace pastry in the oven to dry. The rice in the centre will keen the pastry from rising. Fill the pastry case with the following mix ture; 6 bananas sliced, 3 tablespoons sugar, juice 1 lemon. Mash .bananas, add sugar and lemon juice, alternately beating the mixture w.th a fork or whisk till light and frothy. Pile in the tart case and replace in oven a feVv minutes to set. Serve hot or cold a few minutfcs to set. Serve hot or cold with crcam. This cin also be made in small tarts suitable tor teas. ' SPONGE SANDWICH. Eight oz. flour, Soz. sugar, 4 . eggs, 1 tabla tpoon butter, 6 tablespoons water, 1 roundad teaspoon cream of tartar, \ teaspoon -carb. of soda teaspo...

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"ALL-IN" EPIC. EOAST AND BASH IN THE RING. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 18 April 1930

'ALL-IN' EPIC. EOAST AND BASH IN THE RING. Reliable ancient sport writers such! as Virgil, Homer, and Plutarch, are! fairly unanimous in declaring that the old-time boxers were adepts at mouth-fighting before the battle be gan. In fact, when Hercules won his world title from Eryx, both (princi pals and their bottle-holders fairly blued the atmosphere with forecasts: of what was going to happen to thei other fellow. j . It was left to Tom Fennessy, -of j South Melbourne, and Props Reader, j of South Sydney, to furnish history \ with Australia's 'All-in' epic of boast and basli within the hempen square.' It all came about in this manner. Some months before the matching of Tom and Props Fennessy, a moun tain of fair-skinned masculine meat fresh from Killaloo had been beaten by Dick Kernick, of- Port Melbourne,. in xvlijif -nrac r-nnci^oi*o/3 o vmiffli -w\ iu wLtoiii i\ao a i -j ugu gy under Queensberry rules, but to de-j scribe the disturbance as merely rough is telling it with orange ...

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TREAT YOUR NECK. AS KINDLY AS YOUR FACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 18 April 1930

TREAT YOUR NECK. £ AS KINDLY AS YOUR FACE. __ Beauty treatments given the face, — whether creanrlng, massage- qiv what not — should always extend to the neck. It is the stem which supports the flower, and should ^be iust as charming. In America, when you *ro to a s beauty parlor for a 'facial,' youiv neck and shoulders get treated as' we'l. Follow home treatments, foTj, the neck shows waning youth even more quickly than the face. Cold cream and massage arc two of your neck's best friends, and should be given once or twice week ly. 4-1, nonn nf flifl n O/tf' llLUUCOC €11/ IUC ItOjlC XJ 4. bUV is common at this time of the yeai;,. and shows badly on the shingled, es pecially with evening dress.. Try every night for a week applying- , a compress which has been soaked in ol:-ve oil (oiled silk over it to save the pillow, please ! ) , and keeping on until morning. -a«i If whiteness is not your neck'iP strong point, avoid snowy collars an|^' frills next to the skin. They onlj&-, p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 18 April 1930

— — ? ? 1 That aching back! Is a dull, throbbing, backache making you miserable ?.,i Are you tortured with rheumatic pains, ? stiffness and hard swellings in yoiir joints or limbs? Do the sharp stabs of lumbago attack your back ? Is there annoying urinary disorder ? Are you feeling tired and worn out, nervous, irritable and depressed ? Then look to your kidneys ! The kidneys are the blood filters, and should they slacken in their work, the blood becomes poisoned and your entire system is upset. Backache and sharp, knife-like ; twinges begin to distress you; your head aches, you have dizzy spells, bladder trouble and sleeplessness. , - Don't wait for further signs of kidney disease. Help your weaken ed kidneys before it is too late. ( Use Doan's Backache Kidney Pills. I This special kidney medicine will \ prevent, as well as relieve, kidney and bladder complaints. Doan's Pills have heiped tfamsands. They should just as surAy help you. Sold by all Chemists and Stores. Foster-McClellan...

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KEROSENE FOR SPLINTER.. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 18 April 1930

KEROSENE FOR SPLINTER.. i ne riner oay. wnne piaying, my (urn qjtj ran a long splinter down her finger rail. Tft- fnger w.is much too sore to try and remqy^ the splinter with a nsedle. so I put a drop of ^er-sene on a piece of cotton wool and applied it to the finger By the next morning the kero sene had drawn the splinter cut. It is, such a common thinq for children to get splinters that I think the hint will be very useful to mothers.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 18 April 1930

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