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Our Own Staff. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

Our Own Staff. ?While extending our ^.hanlm to engi neers, electricians, and contractors, who have helped us so splendidly, we musjk also refer to the fine worn done so un grudgingly by every member of onr staff, reporters, printers, , machinists; in fact, every one in the establishment They have laboured unceasingly, ungrudgingly day and night, and their loyal effort is beyond reompense Ly the ordinary me dium of commerce Such work cannot be paid for in gold.

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. Owing to the pressure on our adver tising columns it will be necessary to send all advertisements intended for insertion in 'THE Mail,' particularly those re quiring special positions, into the office not later than 10 a.m. Friday of each week. Only* Public Notices wiU be taken on Friday afternoon or Saturday.

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CIVILIZATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

CIVILIZATION. Make a^railway and you change the intellectual* tone -rf the country through ?which it passes. Erect a printing press and you quicken the pulse of the com munity. Electric cars. have altered the features and accelerated the movements of Adehddeaas. Modern civilisation is established on a groundwork of mechani cal improvements. There were many births of new learning in Europe, but none survived till the printer appeared and conserved its vigour by diffusion. Bacon's impetus to science revolutionisd thought because thus its energy could be renewed in ever widening circles from generation to generation by means of the movable types. Civilisation is a growth of .ideas, tiie result of ceaseless interchange through increasing facilities of oonanunication, and intercourse. Good roads make traffic by opening virgin country, ' and prosperity attends the con quest of new lands, and the adoption of improved methods. Some years ago fal lows and fertilisers lifted Australia from a ...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BEAUTY ENDS HER LIFE. FRENZY IMPELS DEED. NEW YORK, March 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

BEADTY EKDS HER LIFE. FREUZY IMPELS DEED. NEW YORK, March 26. Mre. Kathleen Lori Hard, wife of Beeck man Lorillard, a millionaire clubman, kill ed herself in the Holland House, where she had joined her husband three days ago after his return from a tour of ' the world. ? , ' Shortly after 3 o'clock, while he was en gaging an automobile to take them for a drive, she hanged herself in the ' bath room of their anartment on the eighth floor of the hotel. ''Mrs. Lorillard had been suffering from neurasthenia, and probably was seized : with a sudden impulse to kill herself be cause of her illnesfv' said Coroner Fein bcrp, who mods an enquiry into her death. Ten years ago, when 18 vears old. Mra. Lorillard, then Kathleen Doyle, eloped and married Lorillard, a student at Har vard University. She was the daughter of a Washington banker, was a strikingly beautiful woman, and had. been prominent in society before and after her marriage. Beckman Lowllard is a son of the late Louis Lorillard. WE...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FOOTBALL. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

FOOTBALL. SOUTH AUSTRAUAN ASSOCIATIONS West Torrens ML. 13.7; West Adelaide,. ; 5:13: , , - '' ? r North IL, 6.8; Sonth DL, ZA ' ' f ' Sturt II.. 7.10 Port IL 8.16. STURT ASSOCIATION. Mitcham, CIS; Brighton. 2.3. t. ] '-' Balckwood. 350; Glendg, 4.4. £?' «: ' BfiltlSH ASSOCIATION. %?'???:? Hindmarsh, 2 goals; Tandanya, i«IL Played on Jubilee Oval. ' ' | * Ports I., 4 goals; North A-?elrid| I* 2 goals. jr- '? ' ?{ Sturt, 2 goals; CheltoiJiiun. 1 gohL Hindinorsh.il., 2 g'jnU; Sturt IJCi ft goals- - ? . ' '? - I . ?

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
HOCKEY. MEN'S ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

HOOKEY. MEN^S . ASSeUlATTOV ^ 3* Parkside,. 1 goal, lost to Semanhonbd goals. , : '? '- - - ' ' ? --. .-^f\ Forestvifls, 2 goals, beat Adebwl A.2f ji.j_nil. ?'. : - yW: WOMEN'S . ASSOCIATION. M East Terrace, 9 goals, beat «Am«rfciS|| 1 goal. ? ? ? .i . ? '?'!-? 'iS Seathcool. 2 goals, beat Borohia, j&Bgi Tronbllour. 2 goals, beat Ax&^gffl

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Improving Port Elliot. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

Improving Port Elliot. The question of taking advantage of the natural beauties of Port Elliot and mak ing the place more attractive to visitors, as has been done at Granite Island and Victor Harbour, is being considered. On *nday the Commissioner of Railways (Mr Moncneff), with his secretary (Mr. A. 'N Day) inspected the whole of the reserves I at Port Elliot with a view to going tho- 1 roughly into the question as to whether^ they should in future be placed under the control of the Commissioner. ' . j

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
UNIVERSITY V. NORTH ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

UNIVERSITY V. NORTH ADELATOE. The season opened on the University Ov?1 ?Z-a match between' North Adelaide and University. Although the day iras very hot and the ground hard -the mm. was keenly ^contested from start to finish. In tte first quarter the North Adelaid^nad the most of the play, and It f***?*1 #'** f»e game wouM go in SiL.^SS11' i^W- bnt «»e Scores at tiie end of this quarter were one alL ** j^e second^quarter it was not quite so fast, and the University manajred to maintaui a lead of one gdaLjGrhaS! fame scores were 4-3 in favour of 'Vm aty. La the jsecond half the b&amp;n-was KSSSFEJd ' dnW8 Proxim«y to ti£ Norths goaL -and they scored one more goal, whilst then- opponents scored 6ro. ?i ^Li.8??? were:-^tfnivewity. 6 goals; J*orth Adelaide,: 4 goals iSrthe Varsity Campbell e^eHeFhhnse^as a &amp;7J^0^^a^ep^a' whilst -Be«s, ford and Sandland showed exceptional fo™ fer J?0rtH?i ^ Prominent me* were^oras,, Thomas, -Pavia, Manm 'Varatyy Yeatman,,Wag6taff, and Holder<...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
The Murray Waters. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

The Murray Waters. Referring to a rumour from Renmark that it -was feared in that district that the work in connection with the Murray lock ing scheme at Lake Victoria was likely to be delayed, the Commissioner of Public Works (ton. ^.Butler) stated yesterday that he intended to- receive a big depu tation of Renmark residents on Wednes day, and would discuss with them the whole matter of the Murray River

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Euchre and Dance [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

Euchre and Dance ADELAIDE CATHOLIC CLUB, Wakefield street. MONDAY EVENING, at 8 p.m. &amp;nbsp;

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE AUTUMN CARNIVAL. Glorious Goodwood Day. Musket Belle Again. 4 Brilliant Win. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

THE AUTUMN CARNIVAL. Glorious Goodwood Day. Musket Belle Again. ?' 4 Brilliant Win, * (By VIGILANT.) It is doubtful, whether the S.A.J C ever ep-?cm its. Autumn Electing in rcore favourable circumstances than it did oa Saturday. A general rain throughout the | ''uu m'Eut nave Drought more people to I the aty. 3-et the crowd at Morphettville on Saturday looked larger than one had previously seen on th- course. Jt was difficult to move about, and that ivas an ! unusual experience. The visitors from j the other Sates vrcre not so numerous as v,e hare sera them, put horses from i there are here. Among those who ga- j thered around the luncheon board rare I Messrs. J. L. Cr.rrie and G. F. Cumins, i *?. '*. ktoria, and ilr. Fred Mertcn, the Sydney, owner, who for the first time has a string of horses here. Needless to say Mr. A. O. Whitiijgtbri bad the course and its surroundings in perfect order. The lawn, set in its frame of flowers,, never looked more attractive. Autumn leaves were ton...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

I The Pioneer Vigneiii^ 1. «^^« K3SS^S^^^ft'^:25@^^ ' : ' ? - ;. .:- ? '??? . ? . : 'm ^K ?* .'?''?' i.''7* -. ^~ ^ v ^ v * ^ ^ ^^^^p^ffi^^e^y^^^^j^^^^^H^^^^^^^S ^ ' +. *''*' ^'*j^ ^'^* *,'*'' ^ ' ' » * * '*?'-' '' * .'*'''' ^^K1 -1 iS^ ? ? . ?? ? - ??'?; THK LATE DR. RAWSON PENFOLD. ' ^W-!- -;;: ; ;::??!.V-^ . '?'s ' ' ' -. : ' -i ' - ^^-:- ?';VSaB' Wg^ . ?' v'\':'V-;. ?'?.--..?-?;?? ^:-'^-;';-; ?-''..? ?. ?.-.?. :??'.- '? ?? ' 4: ??.:-'''; v '.-.''? ' ;' ??.' ?. ????????? .?????'?' :/ :;i|BR. V - .-. ?.:':?? . ?-/.:??. -':...\:^'.;,:.:-.-- ??;; ??- -:';v- ? ? ' : . ?- .-:*,?.:!; i^-f.-V ??-yv;:'^;;:': *; ?; ? - .-?;.? ? : ???— 3Hoi ft ;; ;/ ? ? ? ;; ?-?; Apa||§^tr : sill. Ais^BpSHH^;-':;^^ I . v;;;Se-mre^ I Rpyal Australian Wine Show, held S^|i^ |^® ^ |&amp;Ii: I j I ©LftRET ^ Champion I^m^^^^^ I \ SHERRY ^ Chafflpioji Priii lr ?Air^a^ :;; -M I P©RT ^ (tofflpi^^ R -How can--you'p6ssMyv-a^^fi^^^

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Realm of Women From a Woman's Point of View. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

^^* ^^^^^^^^^ .^^^F ' m. ^^^^ ^^K0^^^B0^^tf^^^^rS^r ji^T ^-^^Rj^jj^^r^ ' ~*.J^T- '- ? '**-^*$kJ^fr,$t^^^^r~ '^^^^^^%''^^^r'''i^^ jj^ ' '» J^^^^^^^^^ *' ' From a Woman's Point of View. (By MADGE.) A Practical Interpretation of the Simple Life. The simple life docs not necessarily incan inadequate vegetable, clothing, and a, perpetual nut diet— in fact, cranks who follow the doctrine out to such a conclusion considerably complicate their own existences by their conscientious pursuit of a highly impracticable ideal. But the simple life, rightly understood, has a good deal in its favour, and is gradually, very gradually, coming to be appreciated. In' the household its ad vantages cannot be too highly rated, its direct consequence is a considerable les sening of labour, with a partial solution of the domestic problem, and anything which tends to ease the harassed house keeper cannot to-day be lightly regarded. Simplicity of Furnishing. We have come to realise that there is a good deal to...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

?-.S,T».'.u' fomPPIHQ. ' . :-? ? SHIPPING. ? SHIPPING. ? --ftrt^ { * °* F-^ — -h.— — s. a u s n ^JM^frtfv, fcfDIA, CBDIA, rAND EBBOBE. ' VIA. SDEZ CANAL. ? #''%? ^ ^0 ? ^0m *™m ? -fWr?r*m* flAL0-HI8 °Z' beT«»^rpo^-Ais.srv^ st— ^. -*-*?«. p— *?«, **_ * fcH^1^' l^'»-, - C°°™»°dcr- 'at1e^ GeneimL and Refrigerated Cargo for United King- ALBANY, )*KANOWNA 7 000 tons SlV*L ' I«M A. Thompaon ~May fl dom:~ ? FBHLHtnfi. ? (SATURDAY, June -1, ' '*- IWmBAi ISTI^S 'cH.STomne.ENE May S3 'DORSET ? j VL&amp;xi May 14 Transhippm* . Tot )xPILBABRA, June 18, ? - 35$&amp;tfS&amp;V3£t 0 D bSo-E. *5e 8 »svWILTSHIRE ? 14,000 j\££ 11 |«^ GenMton. N.Ws p.m., proceeds Geialc Im^XJSC W^Brown£N.R. *«» ? : ? . Twin Screw. ? = *'* ^ a'**™^ *»? ? ' «gSBi*^Sl F^^SSSS JTSmB I^il? SaIoon only- MELBOURNE. 'KANOWNA, 7,000 tons, 'BS!?»5*lgrigi ^irrSES^RNR 1^ L e » v Vrureless Telegraphy. SYDNEY, FKIDAT, May 17. JraPfifeNfigS S-,£^rS*5^1 t^' is -,Exce'™t accommodation for Saloon and Third - (Transhipping fa...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

,*'?'* f.'—f'- ???? ? ?' ??'? -:-i ? * -?* O' « i .=?...- '??'? '-?-'-'''???? - ; ? - 4-| 'J- ^.? b ASK FOR ^ i WATSON'S ??^lo, 10 WMsky i AT ALL HOTELS. FIRST ; SE-t-*IO1V. S Dnnk ? ? «' .? - : ?; ? , wm -: ; : d6CK S LEpr i| '???- ?-??? '';^;:^--: .^ife'/^i

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GOODWOOD DAY. NOTES AND COMMENTS. A GOOD SORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

GOODWOOD DAY, NOTES AND COMMENTS.. A GOOD SORT. Uncle Sam, who played with the opposition in the Maiden Plate to-day, is a really good sort, a fact which has not only iust been. «*!scovered. As a two-year-old he was one of the most promising- youngsters at Flemington, but he was troubled with rheuma tism, and could not be gone on with. As a young three-year-old he ran at once to a head in a race at Epsom, and at once went in and captured three races off the reel. Uncle Sam was considered good enough to be paid up for the Futurity Stakes, but his old trouble came along just at the time of the race. He proved his worth by being left at the post in the Elms Handicap, and then defeated all but Wassail. Uncle Sam is good, and is well worth following. He was bred by Mr. W. Reid, who raced that clinking good horse, Knox. Persian. Chief, in the hands of W. H. Smith, ran better than usual, but the quiet Glenelg tip, Auraria's Daughter, after presenting a bold front for half the going, sudden...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
S.A.J.C. RACES. Weights for Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

S.A.J.C. RACES. Weights for Honda;. WELTER HANDICAP st. lb. £t. lb. Yalta ? S 12 cap Year .... 8 6 Al Caaba ? 8 11 Ratis ? 8 0 Moocimbar .. .. t-'3 Chi Chi ? 8 * Blue Moon .. .. 8 12 Loyal Scot .... 8 * Londonderry .... 9 2 Playgirl .-. .... 8 4 Uncle Sam .... 9 0 Lord Edward .... 8 4 Fastness ? 9 C^Wiveliscombe ..8 3 Pearl King .. .. 8 9; Overhaul ? 8 2 liupara ? 8 9 Cyprus ? 8 2 MlUdoon ? 8 8 St. Mace ? 8 2 Waipuna ? 8 7 Triangle ? 8 2 Glcnfalloch .... 8 6 Persian Chief .. 8 ( Sedan ? 8 6 Hamburg .... ..8 0 .LONDONDERRY or UNCLE SAM. ACCES3I0N HANDICAP. BoiTosov ? 9 3 Uanna ? 1 ' First Shot .. .... 9 2 Sir \rincent .... i 7 Precious ? S 12 Haliastur .. ..... 2 The Greek .. .. 8 10 All Colors .. .. €12 Pride of Murilla 8 8 Drrope ? , O - Berry Consols ..8 0 Sandra ? « 7 Arya ? 7 9 The Avestan .... 6 7 BORROSOV or FIRST SHOT. MARION STEEPLECHASE. About two miles. Yalworra ? 10 11 Billy Button .. .. 10 2 Kanmantoo .. .. 10 11 Decimate ? 9 6 LockTring ? 10 10 Streak ? 9 5 Bt ? 10 3 Qu...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PILAN OF SALMON. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

PILAft OF SALMON. 34-lb. .rice 2 onions 1 lb. salmon 3 hard boiled eggs Sufficient good stock to boil rice. Boil rice in stock for 25 minutes: cut salmon in cubes and heat thoroughly, and lay it on a very hot dish with the onions, which have been fried &amp; golden brown in bntter; heap stewed rice over salmon and onions, and garnish with egg. Serve with shrimp sauce. NJ$.— Slices of hard boiled egg may be heated by placing ibbem in the oven be tween two plates.

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
IN THE KITCHEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

IN THE KITCHEN. Any. one desiring special recipes or in foxznation -*mnwmng - ^household manage ment is invited to ask for it in this column. Such applications will be printed, and. any reader who possesses the recipe or knowledge asked for is asked to furnish it as speedily as possible j natu rally, only recipes of proved reliability should be sent m. Nome-de-prame or initial may be used to appear in -print, but full name and address must accompany all ^^^TnTnnniratiopp.

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ALLEGED SUPPRESSION OF NEWS. RECALCITRANT WITNESSES. NEW YORK, May 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

ALLEGED SUPPRESSION ;OF UEWJ-J. - RECALCITRANT WITJSlSSSBS^'t J NE^ YORK, Mkfrfi3.-- i The investigation committee's enijiniy; continues to make only «k-w«prpgresB.' 'Si many cases the witnesses are rec^cifaant;; and decline, to give straightforward §n^ swers to the questions ^t': The 'com-! mitte confesses that so far it has bee*;; unable to discover whether ttie White '?; Star officera receiv^ feeBeTO^'tiie'Ioas ; of the Titanic hours' before it was jdi vulged to tbe general pubtic. ' . .',-;'

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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