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WORTH KNOWING. Restringing Beads. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 18 April 1930

WORTH KNOWING. , Restringing Beads. j Fine electric fuse wire of about 301 gauge, such as is used for ordinary J house circuit fuses, is sufficiently | strong and pliable to make an effi-; cient necklace string. Take a piece j nf wire a little more than twice thei length of the necklace. Double it, and then fasten one end to the clasp. Thread the beads on . thei | wire, and finally make the end fastj j with a knot in 'the other section of| 'the clasp, cutting the loose ends offj jwith scissors and turning them in soj that they will not scratch. Such a necklace' will be as supple as one| j strung on silk, and much more dur-! i able. j | Anti-Proof Meat-Safe. j I To make a hanerine meat-safe: anti-proof cut the bottom out of a sauce or vinegar bottle, fix a sound cork firmly in the neck with a stout wire through it, finished in a loop below the cork, and at the other end in a loop beyond the cut edge of the bottle. Hang this, neck down, from! ithe ceiling, and hook the safe to the! | ...

Publication Title: Port Adelaide Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
KNOWLEDGE KERNELS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 18 April 1930

KNOWLEDGE KERNELS. Last year the best seller - among new books was 'All Quiet on the Western Front,' as many as 1,325,000 copies being sold in Eur ope and America. During the same year 30,000,000 copies of the Bible were sold. * 2 * - * The total capacity of new water-! - ?ower installations completed and, brought into operation in Canada ilast year amounts to 378,400 horse power, and brings the Dominion to tal to 5,727,000 horse-power. Other undertakings under way will add 1,500,000 horse-power to this total in three years. ? * * * Canadian corporations in 1929 paid in dividends to their stock holders about 250,000,000 dollars (£50,000,000), and it is estimated that about two-thirds of this money stayed in Canada. * A sfc 4c Mr. Swaffer, the London dramati' critic, whose face was smacked bi an aggrieved American actress, sent out New Year cards which bore the following inscription — Ejected, banned, and barred, The other cheek I proffer; Though scanned and scorned and scarred, I st...

Publication Title: Port Adelaide Gazette, The
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SAVORY JELLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 18 April 1930

SAVORY JELLY. j One and a half pints good slock, 1 bunch herbs, plec carrot, picce onion, J lb- lean steak, shell and white of one esg, 1 ob. gelatine. Soak gelatine in half the stock, shred and scrape the meat across the grain and soak in remainder of stock for half hour, with a little salt. Put i ail ingredients into an enamelled saucepan, j whisk briskly ftll just boiling. Remove the ; whisk, and boil up. Stand on sids of fire, and j allow to simmer at the point for 20 minutes, I TV-n strain through a cloth, tied to the four cf a chr-, .iplL'nicd on eiiotlu:- Jiaii.

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BETTER THAN GOLD. Old Bones May be Worth Fortune—And a Smoking Fire a Pointer to Wealth. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 18 April 1930

BETTER THAN GOLD. Old Bones May be Worth a Fortune — And a Smoking Fire a Pointer to Wealth. An American artist named Mott travelled to the Pribylov Islands in a sealing vessel a year ago to paint some pictures of seals in their na tive home, and one day noticed a curious bank of sand lying close along the shore. , He dug into it, and found beneath the sand a mass of bones. They were seal bones — millions of them — which had been flung up by the sea in the course of centuries. Further search has shown that there are miles of these bone depo-j sits along the shores of the islands.. One pile is a mile long, half a mile! wide, and six feet deep. Now, bones' are one of the best of all fertilisers, and the value of the find is simply gigantic — far greater than that of any gold mine. This brings to mind the case of the wandering prospector who, years ago, while crossing a desert in Wyo ming, came across the body of a horse, which, though it must have died long ago, was still fresh and sw...

Publication Title: Port Adelaide Gazette, The
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THE SEASON'S DETAILS. SMART FASHION FEATURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 18 April 1930

THE SEASON'S DETAILS. SMART FASHION FEATURES. Winter ensembles, inclusive of the tailored coat and skirt, may com pleted with a sir.artly-cut waistcoat in silk in color to contrast. Worn with a blouse made with round neck j and high turnover - collar, a tie in . the silk -completes. j The new. waistcoat for wear with| coat, and skirt is cut to frame the; front blouse and forms a deep oval suggestive of the masculine, finely pleated shirt front. The sleeves ofj the blouse are finished with straightj deep cuffs, .fastened with gold links.] Frocks in wool marocain, charme-j laine, or . clotlv showing the fitted! line, may be completed with a shoul-j der cane falling- to the elbows, andi almost to the back waist, trimmed with a finely pleated frjll iri georg-, ette, or material to match. j Many models are remarkable for' intricate neck and sleeve treatment, j A narrow, finely pleated frill of. georgette, or material to match. Many models are remarkable for intricate neck and -sleeve tre...

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

WHAT DOES' SPENDING COST? j How much does it cost you to spend £100? The answer is £100 down, and at least £4 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 j that might otherwise have earned interest at 4% indefinitely. ' i Every pound you spend has attached to it an invisible string of pennies ; which you spend with it. I i KEEP YOUR MONEY IN A SAVINGS ACCOUNT AND EARN, NOT ' SPEND, 4% INTEREST PER ANNUM I -£bminonwca!tb Savings JBanI? of Hustr,il« ' GUARANTEED BY THE COMMONWEALTH GOVERNMENT i

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

ABERDEEN SAUSAGE. | Taka lib. 'I^an - steak, £Ih. fat baenn, 1 run breadcrumbs, 1 tcaspocn salt, I t-'arnrt«n p*»i per, 1 tablespoon .tomato sauce, 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce, X egg. j Mince meat and bacon fnely. Mix all ingre-i dients toaether. binding with the beaten egg and sauces. Press into a rMI, like a fat ^ausaae; tie scurely in a pudding cloth. Plunge into boiling water and boll rapidly for two hours. Unroll, and cover rapidly for 2 hours. Unroll, and cover with f*ne br wn breadcrumbs, and allow to get auite cold. Serve, cut in slices, and arranged on a flat dish with slices of ham, and garni.shed with lettuce, sliced tomato, and sliced cucumber.

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

v | _______ ? ? ? ? ? ? I JUST TO REMIND YOU THAT YOD HAVE A GOOD OPPORTUNITY TO GET YOUR NEW SEASON'S HAT, COAT AND SKIRT TWEED FOR YOUR NEW FR11 WE HAVE A VERY NICE ASSORTMENT OF BERET CAPS, SOME WITH SCARFS TO MATCH. THESE ARE SMART CAPS AND SCARFS ! ! Onkaparmga Blankets 11! * We have some of these now in. All Pure Wool. S:ze 81 x (33, 39/6; 72 x 90, 49/6; 81 x 99 at ? ? 59/6 TRAVELLING RUGS for Easter, 21/ to 55/ WHITE FLANNELETTE, lOJd., 1/1, 1/3 STRIPED FLANNELETTE, lOid. tc* 2/3 FINGERING WOOL. All shades in wool are now opened. Get in early and secure your stock for winter knitting. TOILET REQUISITES — FACE POWDERS, PERFUMERY, We have these in great variety Hosiery || DO NOT FORGET THAT WE HAVE THE FINEST RANGE OF COLORINGS TO EE jj OBTAINED, AND IN ANY QUALITY YOU WISH. THE TIME TO BUY IS NOW! I 'CASH GROCETERIA' THE CASH GROCETERIA IS HAYING A WONDERFUL RUN. BUSINESS II ALWAYS FOLLOWS KEEN PRICES, PROMPT ATTENTION AND QUALITY Give Hie Cash Groceteria a (rial. Money Saved ...

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THE BOOK LOVER [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 18 April 1930

THE BOOK LOVER Many novels had been written by Mi-. Edwin Pugh, who died in London' recently at the age of fifty-five years. In his boyhood his father was a mem oer of the Covent Garden orchestra, and his mother was wardrobe mis tress at tne same theatre. Edwii. Pugh began at thirteen years of age to earn his living in an iron factory, and afterwards he was in a solicitor's office. At twenty-one he published his first book, 'A Street in Subur-j bia,' and among others that follow ed were 'The Man of Straw,' 'Tony Drum: A Cockney Boy,' 'Harry the Cockney,' 'Punch and Judy,' 'The .Proof of the Pudding,' and 'The Quick and the Dead.' Mr. Pugh had much admiration for the work of Dickens, and he wrote a study of him as 'An Apostle of the People.' Another of his books was on 'The Dickens Originals.' Members of the Brookfield family are well known to readers of Thacke ray biography and letters. One son o£ the Rev. W. H. Broolcfield and hisj wife Jane Octavia was Charles j Brookfield, a come...

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

| FYDELLS j | WHOOPING COUGH CURE | | The Greatest Medicine ever J I known. Relieves suffering ; | children immediately. Obtainable everywhere, Price 3/61 SiilillilllllillllllllllllM

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BOOK REVIEWS TELESCOPIC VERSE. BY EMILY DICKINSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 18 April 1930

BOOK REVIEWS TELESCOPIC VERSE. BY EMILY DICKINSON. It is nearly a hundred years since Emily Dickinson was born in a small j Middle- West town in the States. Ifi you cannot imagine what that means,! you might read 'The Scarlet Letter'' by Nathaniel Hawthorne. ] Small wonder that the American girl turned inward, secretly tortur ing herself to an acstasy of pain, writifig her poems in her own heart's blood on the tablets of her mind. The seclusion, the intensity so sharpened her vision that a latent humor developed, and, like Old Test ament prophet, she cracked cosmic jokes with her God. I In consequence Emily was a revo-, lutionist, who saw nothing stable. Life was an eternal experiment, with spiritual and chemical changes dis solving mountains, stars and human faiths and ideas. Seeing everything passing so rap-! idly, she had to record her vision by' means of a telescopic expression. Here is a sample of the irradiance of her poems: — The world feels duty When we stop to die; We* want...

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COMING TO HAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 18 April 1930

J COMING TO HAND. ' Several yearlings by The Night Patrol were secured at bargain prices early in March. Their purchasers would feel I hat they had invested : their money well after seeing' Dick Turpin, who is a son of thp Stead fast horse, perform so well at! Moonee Valley. So far, The Night; Patrol can only claim one winner,! a two-year-old by him from PayferreJ | who ran away with a race in Queens-! land a few months ago. But there! is likely to be further success await-! ing hirn before the season ends. j j Dick Turpin has not been hurried.' He may therefore be expected to | make headway as he ages. At pre sent he is inclined to be unruly at !the barrier, but it is scarcely actual temper, and probably he will soon .mend his ways. There is a reason able prospect of Dick Turpin turn ling out a stayer. His dam, Eumar alla, is by Tressady (son of Persim jmon) from Trinket by Trenton (son' of Musket) from Crown Jewel byt jFi'zjames. This is the family that! I produced the Melbourne C...

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MOUNT MENACE. One of the World's Worst Volcanoes is at its Old Tricks Again. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 18 April 1930

MOUNT MENACE. One 'of the World's Worst 1 Volcanoes is at its Old Tricks Again. ? What is: perhaps the greatest disas-i ter of modern times is recalled by ?' r the fact that Mount Pelee, in Mar : tinique, is again active. | J :,But; the interest caused by the re- 1 ? -porta is not the purely academic one '-- -oi? 'recalling a past tragedy. People; ? 'are'*' asking. — and in Martinique it self the question is being put with. . . .special anxiety — if the great erup-: tion of 1902 is to be repeated. Fori the disaster did not come as a thun ? ' derholt out of a clear sky — eight months elapsed between the first1 - , . .sign of trouble and the tragic climax. By that reckoning six montha or so must elapse before those who live in the shadow of the volcano can; feel safe once more. There is one big safeguard against j any new disaster on the same scale, however. The people of Martinique j are not likely to treat the warnings' they receive so lightly as did those who perished 28 years aso ...

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WAGES IN SOVIET RUSSIA. A STEADY RISE, [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 18 April 1930

WAGES IN SOVIET RUSSIA A STEADY RISE. !? The steady rise in the wages of workers of the U.S.S.R. is shown in the following table, which shows the proportion that the real wages of various classes of workers bears to those of the corresponding classes in 1913 (assumed as 100 in each ease): Industry . 1922-23 1923-24 1924-25 Metal . 39.6 57.1 65.9 Textile .. 56.4 88.7 96.2 Miners . 37.7 49.6 50.9 Chemical- 66.6 92.1 102.9 Food . . 89.8 128.4 141.2 Woodwork 73.8 83.7 97.5 Leather . 64.9 98.4 112.8 Paper . . 75.9 100.I 108.8 Printers . 64.9 99.6 106.9 All Industry 49.2 70.8 78.0 Industry . 1925-26 1926-27 1927-28 Metal . . 75.3 85.0 96.0 Textile . 105.3 120.0 130.3 Miners. . 65.2 75.0 79.9 Chemical 114.3 127.3 140.0 Food . . 149.3 158.1 178.7 Woodwork 102.1 108.2 119.3 Leather . 11.8.2 130.2 140.6 Paper . . 119.2 126.0 140.6 Printers . 104.0 106.8 117.4 All Industry 83.5 99.6 112.7 During 1926-27 real wages rose on the average of 11.4 per cent, in 1927-28 they rose by 9 per cent., 1928-...

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

MOULDED TONGUE. One tin sheep's tongues or 4 or 6 coofcea tongues, 1 pint savory jelly, 2 hard-boiled eggs,1 1 tablespoon chopped parsley. 2oz. cooked hamj Cut petals of flowers from the white of egg and centres, as small rounds from the yelk. Ar range a pattern, as of daisy petals, on the bot tom or a diamond boufd, and set with a little jelly. Cut tongue into slices and ham into rounds. Cut eggs into slices. Arrange in lyers in the moulded setting, a little savory jelly be tweenieach layer. Fill the mould quite full and set. To turn out, dip into a bowl of tepid water, wipe dry, place upside down on a flat j dish; shake gently, and lift the mould off. ? Arrange leaves of lettuce, sliced tomato and cu-1 cumber and curried celery round, and serve very cold with a mixed salad.

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LATEST FOR LADIES THE NEW SILHOUETTE THE LITTLE THINGS THAT MATTER NECK TREATMENT, SCARFS, GLOVES AND FOOTWEAR [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 18 April 1930

LATEST FOR LADIES THE NEW SILHOUETTE m LITHE THINGS THAT MATTER NECK TREATMENT, SCARFS, GLOVES AND FOOTWEAR A(ark$d changes in styles in ' neck lines, and small accessories fetignwl to complete the outdoor toilette,, contribute in no slight degrees to tht charm and novelty of the new silhouette. Tilt neck line in particular, both in day and evening, frocks, is subjected to treatment conferring an impression immensely varied and interesting, because directing .unmistakably to im portant developments destined' to take place in the £iear future. Smart dinner and dance rrocks distinguished by tne delight fully genuine semi-fitted, or 'bloused above the -waist bodice, and long ddrt, may show a deep square front and back neck; shoulder straps, in gold or silver metal tissue, studded thickly , with mock jewels, providing the only support. Such mode of neck line should not be adopted by any other than a tall woman, possessed of a statuesquely beautiful and ?lender form. Irregularity in cont...

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FIRST AID HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 18 April 1930

*'IRST AID HINTS. in rendering first aid in eases of bleding so. cidants, try and remember Ihe following: ? Should the blood be bright red and come out in spurts, tie a hendage. handkerchief or Pieci of string round the limb above -i.e„ on i the heart side . of) the wound. Place a clean I pad of cotton wool or lint over the wound and lie firmly on/ If the blord is darkish or purplish in rolor and is flawing steadily iout (not In spurts), tie a handkerchief round the limb below the w und and then cover the wound as directed above. In other kinds rf bleeding, place a clean pad over the wjund and bandage on. Never put stick ing plaster or ointment over a wound. They | prevent Nature's drainage of polscnous matter. A mild tincture of iodine is always safe to use over r.nd around the wound. It is best to keep the wound as' dry as possible. COOLING THE BROTH. !f baby's .broth is wanted in a hurry, it is a fiord plan to pour it through a piece of butter muslin, previously dipped in cold wa...

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WINTER SHOES. ATTRACTIVE NEW STYLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 18 April 1930

WINTER SHOES. ATTRACTIVE NEW STYLES. '- i In all else ' fashion's dictates- j may be obeyed blindly and ' im- -j plicity, but in the matter of ., J shoes at least women venture to j make some show of indepen- j deact. 'J We bow to her rulings on the sub ject of color and trimming, andtbe general style of .'the shoe, but such details- as the height of the heel, arid whether the shoe be- a strap or coujft, we decide for ourselves. - And ' in'j these . matters . fashion no longer] makes any effort to super-impose her, will, offering just as wide a range '0f; court or strap shoes, of baby Louis j or stilt heels. » ;1 This winter will see no startling , changes 'in cut or style, but the shops'! will be plainer, with only a toiich1 orf trimming, a narrow strapping of, a contrasting skin or leather, or .per- ' haps a neat unobtrusive buckle or metal-edged bow- While all 'sbrts of skin shoes, will still be worn a great deal, with crocodile as first favorite a new material has come into, pro...

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

liVW/.V//m\ViV%V.VAV.Vrt^AVV.WA,.V-V.V.V^- j LADIES ! ! I C OF SEMAPHORE AND DISTRICT | f Patronise i I'U MAISON' LADIES' TOILET SALON 1 £ (Right Opposite Station) S S EXPERT HAIRDRESSERS WITH YEARS OF EXPERIENCE | f' MARCEL WAVING ? 2/ | £ CUTTING ? 1/ 3 - J % WE DO NOT EMPLOY AMATEURS! PATRONISE THE 5 £ HAIRDRESSERS WITH A LIFETIME EXPERIENCE g B' Telephone: Y6097. S

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

MODERN BAKERY F. R. Forster, Proprietor . , ^ ^ ;T 130 ST. VINCENT STREET, PORT ADOAIDE . The Oldest and Best Cake Shop in the Port Still ' .. Maintains its Reputation BEST QUALITY SPONGES and BLOCK CAKE, l /- per lb. ? (Friday and Saturday Only) - -JAM ROLL . ; ? ? ? ? 21bs. for 1/9 CHC^OLATE ROLL ? , 2lbs. for 1/9 CURRANT CAKE ? .* 2Ibs. for 1/9 Ali Orders, Wholesale or Retail Promptly Attended to. J F. R. FORSTER 130 St. Vincent Street, Port Adelaide. Phone J 2218 \ ? ?' ? ' ' ; ' ' «

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