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McFARLAND BEATS BRONSON. NEW YORK, May 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

MeFABXAN3- BEATS BBONSON.'' NEW YORK, May 30; „ * Packy McFarland, the clever Amencaij .' lightweight, outpointed Bay. Bronsqa in at. ' ten-ronnd contest at TniKanopoEs.^.-!: V. .-

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PRESENTING THE COLOURS. To Successful Cadets. A Soldier's Duty. Stirring Speech by the Governor. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

PRESENTING THE i COLOURS. - To Successful Cadets. A Soldier's Mf ': -; ''' Stirring Speech by the Governor. An 'impressive ceremony was. perform ed by His Excellence- the Governor at Government House 'at 11 o'clock this morning. Tlie North ASelaide cadets, who won the championship, were pre sented- with the King's colours and their regimental colours :of the 80th Battalion. The team was formed up on the lawn, with an interval' behind the squads. The escort was formed up on their 'right. On the appearance of His Excellency -the royal salute was given. . The King's co;: ours were presented firgt. . and were salutr ed by the team as they were marched back to the centre of the ranks. Col.-Sgt.' Butterworth, who is chosen ' to go 'to Canada, was the colour-bearer of the King's colours, and wa& accompanied by an escort. . Sgt. Prince was colour bearer of the regimental colours. Lieut. P. Browne was in - charge of the team, and he is to. be complimented - .011 the smart way in whic...

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THE RAINFALL. ADELAIDE PLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

THE RAINFALL. ADKLAIDE PLAIN'S. Kallala ? 0.03 Brighton .. .. 0.10 Gawler .. .-. .. 0.09 Adelaide .. .. 0.27 Two Wells .. .. 0.-j3 Glenelg ? 0.W anxdifiekl .. .. 0.15 Magill ? 0.29 Salisbury ? 0.13 Mitcham ? 0.14 North Adelaide . 0.S7 FAS -NOETH ASD NORTH-WEST PASTORAL. Yardea ? 0.07 UPPEK NORTH AGRICCLTURAL. ] Melrose ? 0.02 AppiU .. .; .. 0.17 Wilmington .. .. 0.05 Orroroo- ? 0.ft» Booieroo Centre O-JS Blackrock .. .. 0.01 Wirrabara .. .. COS Petersburg .. .. 0.03 LOWEB NOETH. j Port Pine .. .. 0.10 Snowtown ? 0.08' Port Bronghton 0.0S Brinkworth .. .. 0.^*5 1 Bute ? 0.12 Birth ? 0.231 I^aura.. — .. .. 0.20 Clare .. .... .. 0 J5 1 Gladstone .. .. 0.13 Mintaro Central . 0.14 1 Crystal Brook . 0.09 Waterrale .. .. .. 0J5 1 Georgetown .. .. 0.07 Auburn .. ..... 0.07 \arndv ? 0.05 Hnyleton .. .. „ 0.96 Bedbili .. .. .. XLO3 . Bajakbcva. .. .. .. a 01 j Raiding.. .. ... 0.23 Port. Wakpfield . .. 0.07 Golnait .. .. .. O.Oj Tarcowie ., .. „ (UB Bundaleef '.. ''..'0.03 'HaQett'.' ? 0.04 T...

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THE WEATHER. Fine for the Holiday. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

THE WEATHER, Fine for the Holiday. Forecast for South Australia— Rain cr.ntmeting to the south and sout\i-*ast. and becoming fine generally. Cool south west -winds. Frosts in the far north. Weather Conditions at 9 ajn. Thraogh out the Commonwealth. South. Australia. — Clear .or scattered clouds at places, but ' mostly cloudy .to dull and s bowery or light rain. - Western Australia. — Few scattered clouds in south-west; otherwise -clear. - Queensland. —Cloudy to ' showery on the north-east coast ; 'chiefly clear, elsewhere. Ivew South Walesc-Cloudy to dull on j highlands and -parts of coast, and shonr- ] ery at places; otherwise clear. ? Victoria.— Cloudy to dull throughout, raising at many places. Tasmania. — Mostly cloudy to dull j throughout. * ! Adelaide's average annual .rainfall for : 55 years, 20 M. . j Corrected barometer reading a: 8.30 ajn., 30.27. I Average rainfall for 55 years from' Jan nary 1 to end of June, 10.12. Total rainfall from January 1, 1912, t- date, 4.11. Tot...

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POLICE COURT. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, JUNE 1. (Before Mr. T. Gepp, S.M., Hon. F. S. Wallis, M.L.C., and J. A. V. Brown.) [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

POLICE COliRt. ADELAIDE: SATPRDAX, ijPKE. 1. (Before Mr. T. Gepp, S.M., Hon. F. S. Wallis, M.L.C., and J. A. V. Brown.) Twelve cases of drunkenness were dealt 'with. For being drunk and having used indecent language Lila. Lewis had to forfeit £3 11/. The case in which Robert Brown, horsedealer, was charged with having violently and mali ciously threatened Henry Smmons, slateworker, in Mellbr' street, on May 23, was continued in tb-j Adelaide Police Court on Saturday morning. The informant was represented- by- Mr. C. M. Mmrhead. and Mr. V. de P. GOlen. appeared for the defendant. - Evidence relative to that produced at the Court on Wednesday was given by -ithe plaintiff, Do lotby Brown, 10 5'ears of .age, and' Mrs. Browu. Mr. Gepp,' S-M_. summed tm the case as dis graceful: - He said it had1 arisen out of a'silry complaint made by defendant *througji .complaiii ant; poisoning bis dog. Defendant had': 1-een guilty of ' language for which be should be pun ished. The question the Court ...

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REAL PROPERTY. MODERN CRAZE FOR ANTIQUITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

? - _.'..- MODERN CRAZE FOR ANTIQUITY. Lecturing before the London Architec tural 'Association recently on 'Hopes and tears for architecture,'' Sir. F. C. Eden, says the 'Architectural Review,' cleveriy summarised the craze for antiquity which is nowadays so apparent, particularly in domestic architecture. The present, he said, is an age of connoisseurship. Old panelling, chinmeypieces, and other fix tures are fitted up in new homes. Dila pidated vases, figures, sundials, and worn out paving stones grace freshly laid-out eardens and terraces. Pavements are laid and walls built to give 'hold to vegetable growths, and sprayed to encourage lichen and mosses symptomatic of hoary anti quity. Oak is greyed with lime and sand blasted to gire it texture, marble is stained, gilding and paint are toned and glazed to obtain the effect of age. ? The same effect is sought by reversion to ma terials and methods that were used of old time. The materials selected are eush as weather well and soon l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

Seize This Opportunity, AND Obtain Your Own Home. HYDE PARK ESTATE.— In tliis pretty Garden Suburb, which is situated only i minutes' nalk of Hyde Park Electric Car, -we have this Superior, Attractive Bungalow Villa Residence,, with pretty tiled roof, containing Six large and lofty Booms, measuring— 2 17 x 13, IS s 14, 12 x 13, &c, with large Entrance Hall, re plete with every convenience. Bathroom (with neater), Pantiy, Cellar, Laundry (with copper and troughs), Stove, &c. Artistically painted and decorated throughout. VVunderlich ceilings in all rooms, lovely mantles, tiled hearths and grates, folding doors, leadlights, pretty grills, nook French windows, porch entrance, &c The Propertv is new and up to date in erery degree Immediate possession is ob tainable. This charming Residence is ideally Eiteated in Lanor Avenue, which is prettily planted with English Elms, This is a splen did Home. PRICE, £1,050. r CALL AND SEE US ^ MILE-END. At '£600 we offer you a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

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GOLF. ADELAIDE GOLF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

JOLP. ADELAIDE GOLF CLUB. The competition for the Brown sahcr ?was played f6r on the Seaton links on Satarday, and resulted in a win for £ 1. Lloyd, 93-10—82. Other cards handed' in wew:— R. C. Beck, 103-20—83: C G Mime, 101-18-83; E. Leaver, serlsi Iiegh Winser, 86-2—84; W. W. G. Tate' S3-7— 86; A. D. Hayward, 100-15-85: M. G. Anderson. 8l-«-«5. ' 2fORTR ADELAIDE CLUB. There were good entries this afternoon in the competition for the trophy pre Bented by Mi. M. Giles. The winners of previous events this season were de barred from competing. II. Marchant ?vras the winner, with the exceptionally low net score of 72. Cards returned:— -L Marchant, 95-23—72; G. M. Duncan, 33-1*^74; J. R. McGregor, S7-1&-79; J Paw*-?!); W. H. K. Potter, J. W McGregor. 101-20-S1; N. e&, U*a^l; R. N. Phiflips, C-J?- T. Hamaace, 103-20— &; KB;Iff-87; A.. A. Hamilton, A. G. Strawbridgc. 112-2S-88; a, UW»-91; W7F. 6«mder* J. G. Phiffipe, U4r25— 89.

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THIS AFTERNOONN'S RESULTS. FOOTBALL. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

THIS AFTERNttON'S RESULTS, FOOTBA1X. :***' SOUTH AUSTRALIAN . ^ATIO^ West Torrens IL— 13 go. behinds. South Adelaide IL — 4 go^. _ behinds. West Adelaide IL, CJ8. Stnrt n., 3.U. Best playeri:— West Adelaide-Po-ile, Hill, Keams, Lewis, Gipp, Grace, Sliph; Start— Kapper, Catteraon, Barron, Kerr, Bichardson.

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WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION. HEATHPOOL V. EAST TERRACE [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

~* WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION. HEATHPOOL V. EAST' TERRACE tK&tmthstiadiSf the rain the ground at me defeat to. East Terrace. - The red *O-blne-« combination wu splendid, and «tty member of the team played well ISUt Terrace never seemed to get proper y *oing, and the Heathpool halve* had b trouble m keeping their forwards quiet. Ik best players were:— Heathpool—Mr*. nith, Muses Lucas (2), Delaine, Part »ev anlQniiis East Terrace— Misses H. id. J. Watwhottse, Hamilton, Ayrea, aad |*restard. Scores:— Heathpool, 3 roale; tet Terrace, 1. TRODBADODE V. SiaiAPHORE. T^iHtts match was piffed at South terrace-, uh ended in a win for the home team bv 5 jpala to nfl. The game was fairly even j dimng the first half, bat Troabadour had i thiBge all their own -way in the second period. For the winners Mitttfl Sands (2) '£*?, 0;Conndl. aad M^eSewe^ among the^best playem, and Semanhore'E b«t were Mtees Hebdenoa aSra^.

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REAL PROPERTY. WORK IN PROGRESS. What the Architects are Doing. NEW PICTURE THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

If g^lWlllllllllllllllllWlllllHHIlllllllllllilHH WORK IN PROGRESS. . WhatJthe Architects are Doing. INEW^PICTUILE THEATRE. The contract w$6s let on Thursday for the -construction of a new picture theatre at the comer of Pitt and Grote street, ?which will be occupied by Messrs. Sayers and Liennon, Ltd. The contractors are jMessrs. William Essery (general), and HHfinnessy (masonry), and the. architects 'M«gam; Williams & Good. The building, .'.when completed, will seat 2,300 people, the [accommodation including a gallery capable -«f holding^500 or 600. The theatre is being lj«alfc;;witk' brick and ? -cement dressings. jjrith a panelled. pressed steel ceiling. In addition to a wide entrance hall of 29 ft. 6 in., there are four exits 8 ft. wide, three 'leading into Pitt street,- and one into a rlight-of-way at the'other side. These will afford ample means of egress in case of \emergency. The ventilation, too, is well provided for. A large portion of the ceil ing is -ventilated, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

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STUFFED HALIBUT STEAK. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

STUFFED HALIBUT STEAK. 2 one-inch-thick kali 1 tablespoonful of but steaks chopped parsley 6 slices of thin Bait 1 teaspoonful of pork chopped onion 1 cupful of bread- Salt and pepper to crumbs . taste. 1 tablespoonful of ? melted butter Remove the bones from the steaks, then wash and dry them thoroughly; lay one steak in a buttered baking pan. Mix to gether the breadcrumbs, butter, parsley, onion, salt and pepper; lay this dressing on the top of the steak, and over that put the other steak. Over the fish lay the salt pork. Bake for 40 minutes in a hot oven. Serve with a white sauce contain ing a little chopped parsley. BAKED OYSTERS. 3 dozen oysters | pound of cheese 3 cupfuls of milk 1 heaping table 3 cupfuls of bread- spoonful of butter crumbs Salt and pepper. Butter a fireproof dish and cover the bottom with a layer of the breadcrumbs; lay in 12 of the oysters sprinkle them lightly with salt and pepper and add a few pieces of butter; cover with grated cheese and a layer of bread...

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

SPORTING, By 'Vigfilant.' Ill our sporting edition published on Thursday we decided that Eye Class would porbably be beaten in the Cnp, and selected Swagger and Kirn as the most likely to brine about bis overthrow. We, however, then did not think we would get rain on our side, nor did we expect that Eye CUaes would be kicked at the post. The fact remains, however, thii Eye Glass did get beaten; he was never in the hunt, and Swagger and Kirn ran first and third. Ae a matter of fact, with an ounce of luck they would have been first aad second. Swagger won ever so easily, and over the last six furlongs he never once oloked like being beaten. Down at the distance Lord Alwyne tackled him, but Cairns simply had to shake the fa vourite up to win; aad if Kirn had not got squeezed in between the pair the chances are that she would have run bet ter. Swagger is a good sort of gelding by St. Alwyne from Vanity Fair, the un lucky mare who ran into a place in both the Caulfield and Melbourne Cups...

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V.R.C. MEETING NOTES. MELBOURNE, June 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

V.R.C. MEETIVG KOTES. MELBOURNE. Sana 1. A shovrery morning gave way to a fairly fce JSiteraoon at Flfrtnington to-Say. The building of the new grand stand is proceeding rapidir. Tbe britkwort in some places is nearly half done. When it ie Sniehed a capital view of the xaciug will be afforded the oocuoantE. Oamorra was in the front rank for a mile aid three-quarters in the Toft Hurdle Race. At- tbn third obstacle in the straight Wecnohah clouted all round and lost his rider, but he kept ia tht race, finishing iritli the placed horses. Thai Camorra promises to ripen into a pretty good nag. Bridge made his debut, and shaped ftifly, but was tailed off. Paymaster and fiiegle vrer.» faroufites till the 3arf fe*- minutes, when the Forest Prince' party came in. The Hunt Club's Cap *as a chapter of acci dents, the yntiner being the only competitor who escaped. When near the last fence Mvall Jfidc looked like taring a chance, but toppled orcr. He wss remounted and csmterpd in third. Ha, aion...

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S.A. BRITISH TERRIER CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

S-A. BRITISH TERRIER' CLUB. The annual meeting Jtas held at the National Hotel at 8- o'clock tonight. There was a good attendance of members, pre aded overly Mr- E: C. llnrch. The eecretarre report was presented and adopted. Officers elected:— President, Mr. E. C. March; vice-presidents, same as last year; committee,, Messrs. A. Hilton, T. Haines, J. Smith, H. G. Barnard, A. I. Oha-nmnn, R. Turner, 3. George, and ?. Kaethner; treasurer and secretary, to be elected by commitee; auditor, Mr, G. H. Duncan*

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FOREIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

FOREIGN. 'American batjtleships have been ordered to Key West to protect American inte rests . in . tiie Cnban rebellion. American troops are also being, mobilised. The riigit of the United States to break up the Brazilian Coffee: Trust is being dis puted online gronnd that £2,000,000 worth of coffee- belongs to « foreign State, and cannot be seized and sold as the .property of an ilteeal combine. ' ' ' ? Opposition is rife in Peton to Hie pro -pbsal 'to 'borrow -money from European Powers. , . - . , Strike riots have occurred in Bnda Pesth The troops charged the niob, several people bang .killed and many wounded. Over 290 arrests were made. ; ? '? Professor Barnes, of Canada, has per fected a.n instrument to detect the pre sence of ice : at sea.. _ . 'Professional javiators in*' Germany are threatening to- go on strike for a wage of £15 per month. Floods .have -occurred in Manitoba, doeens of towns and villages being sub merged. For ftie murder 'of. a Turkish journalist at Cbnstant...

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The Red Streak SERIAL STORY ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. CHAPTER VIII. Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

I The Red Streak SERIAL STORY (By WILMOT KATE.) ALL BIGHTS BESERYED. CHAPTER VIIL Continued. It Tras nine months before Basil had fe, really serious attack ^-f malaria, and for a couple of days he was delirious. But Kwofi was a reliable nurse, and, lite the majority of native servants, looted after him with devotion. The fever was bad enough, with its racking pain and delirium, but the convalesence was in finitely worse. There comes such a ter rible feeling of depression, when the de eire for life j=eems to vanish, and it is at those times that men die. During these months of work Basil had succeeded in avoiding all thoughts of himself, but witfi weakness he became a prey to morbid imaginings. The Thorn curse leapt into reality, and he regarded the future with horror, with its infinite possibilities of ilL When he was in the depths of_de spair a mail arrived, and a letter from Joan brought him to his senses. There was also a - communication from fair Hilarv, who had just- returned f...

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CHAPTER IX. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

CHAPTER IX. ? Basil . lay ? back .with closed eyes, and very slowly realisation came to\him; but it seemed as though it were some other person who had acted with' such ' mad passion. And then he. understood ..what had happened. 'As Ms grandfather— as his father had done, bo had he. ? -?= ' ? -? , There could be no disguising from him self the fact that there had been murder in his mind, and he had deliberately tried to kill Skoyne — even now the man might die, and he would have to bear the penalty of his crime. ' . 'I am cursed,' he muttered feverishly. Still he trembled, and there :was no strength in his body. The sun had gone down; but there -%ere. beads of perspira tion on his forehead,-and he feared that he was in for a bad attack of fever, but it was in mind and not in body that he was sick. The Governor's manner had been grim and stern, and eloquent of condemna tion. Basil had been caught in an act of mad violence, for -which there could be no excuse, or adequate explanation, ...

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