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CURRENT COMMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
CUKMENT COMMENT. | King O'Malley, in reply to the thanks of the Surveyors' Council of Australasia for Federal hospitality during the recent conference:— I am open to good suggestions from everybody. That is the reason for my success. Whenever I travel I talk with railway porters, and wherever I go I try toget ideas out of everyone. Oh, King, live for ever! ? ? r i 'On Sunday (presumably -Saturday is meant) Mr. T. H. C. Bellinger, poimdkeeper, informed the district council that the outer gates of the pound, which were left unlocked for the convenience of the public, were continually being opened by cows and horses, which were intelligent enough to draw the bolts and consume the chaff and water provided within the yards. The yards were his own pro perty, and he desired to impound the cattle for trespass, and to claim dam age. He was informed that it 'was no punishment to impound a beast that persisted in 'running itself in/ and that the pound was 'a public place within the meaning of ...
PLAYERS PENALISED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
PLAYERS PENALISED. The penalties inflicted on the three flayers last night by the Chairman of the Xieagne (Mr. E. E. Cleland) were not two, three, and five weeks, but as fol low:-- Edwards (Norwood), until June MjOBver (Port), until June 17; Mahony (rSfet), nnta tTt'y 1~- meaning two, three, jftit five matches. r^fi three men will be available for the jBtarstate match on July C.
FOOTBALL. NORTH ADELAIDE V. SOUTH ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
FOOTBALL NORTH ADELAIDE V. SOUTH ADELAIDE. The match was played on the Adelaide Oval in ideal weather conditions, through the recent rains having made the ground just right for football. The Norths omitted Cole, ^- Thomas, and Seilick from, the 21 selected by diem earlier in tne week. A£ they filed cat it wae seen that E. Johns had taken uk old place -with the red-and-whitea, and he got a rousing reception from the crowd. There were about 5,000 spectators pre sent When Umpire Carter bounced the ball at five minutes to 3. The Norths started kicking off towards the . Torrens end, and iha blue-and-wbites towards the -Cathedral. After some .give-and-take play Norths attacked, and Daly frcm a snap shot hit the post. Carter's whistle, was' going all the time. Tom liealiy was put ting in great work ill the tuck, and get tiijg the ball from the 'throw in every tijnet but theplay was slow and scramb ling; and Carter was a great factor in this by. pulhng ibe play vp erery few minutes. Souths ...
TWO-YEAR-OLD TRIAL. Six furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
TWd-^AR^&LO TEIAt, - Six furlongs. KAH7KTRI CFIafrehip—Hutii) -^ ........... I Ordination ? '..~i. ?..'..'-?.;-' .. 2 Muriet ? ._ £.. ?„= .^?..-.-, -.-. .. S Tn-cntr-HlWv otJi»rs ttartr*. 'Vttinfr— « t,i a' agst. Confidence, 33 to 1 WINNEEi Dividaid tor 10/. £17 5/. Won Jjr'lwad. Jfeefc between second and third. Time, 1.15 4-5. JIASOI.TUIA UiKDICAP. Kilid furlongs. MISS BECK (Maltster— Banis) ., .- .. .i i. ... 1 Fop ? : ? ., .. 2 W:ndy ? ?.. ..'? ? .. 3 Twelve started. Bet*iris-'7' to ^S agst. : 'WIN XEft. ^'on bv ahilf length. One and * aaar ter lengths diVidiflg secofld and third. Title, 1.59 4-3. .??? :- ? . ' .??.:. ' SUBtTEBAX. ' . ? Kine'-furldDEs. ' '?? ' EJECTOR (Pistol-i-Lockelte) .. .. .... .... 1 Particular ? ; ,-. .. .. ? 2 Ci^gr .. .,-. .. .. ,. ? , ? 3 Thirteen starters. Betting— 2 to 1 agst. WIS NEE. ? '
OTHER PEOPLE'S MONEY. THE WEEK'S WILLS. PROBATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
OTHER PEOPIiB^S 'i- ? ? ',?:?- ? ??' ' THE WEEK« WfLLS. \ PROBATE8. Bradley, Edmund, of Jocelyn. Parkj X4^W; J. & J.:Br*dley,.esecutors; Fenn and Hardy, proctorj;. -' . Davi«, ISdward, of Semaphore, £1,700; A. G. Hurray- ReniiiJR.^oucautyjAshton, and Hunter '?' ? Day, Thomas, of Bose Park, £18; J. H.' €. Day and F. T- H, M. J. Marcard; KakewelL, Stow. &, Piper. ' Dobin, Ulncent Perrin,, of High Ham, England, £5,000; .Executor Trustee and Agency Company, limited; Sandford and Lunbert. Duck, James W^liam, of Leigh's Creek. £3.300; WI T)uii'; G. & J-' Downer. ' : Gosden, Anne, of Stepney, £1,000; W, and A. E. Dickstm; Hombnrg, Melrosev and Hamburg. -'?'-? Henderson, William Hall, of CoUege Park; £7,300; C E. and T. H. Hender son;. S, T.. Smith. , . . ? , Harfey. Thomas, of North Adelaide, £1.905; C. A. Moody and C. H. Winiwll; F. Q. Tolley. James, John, of North Woodside. £1,000; J. & R. James; Homburg, Mel rose, & Homburg. Jones, Louisa, of Wood...
HOLDS THE BALANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
HOLDS THE BALANCE. Mr. Donald Norman Cameron, who holds the balance of power in the Tas- manian House of Assembly, and in this relation occupies much the same position which gave him extraordinary notoriety in the House of Representatives some years ago, is a brother of the Tasmanian Senator, Col. Cyril St. Clair Cameron,C.B., and is the eldest son of the late Hon. Donald Cameron, M.L.C., of Fordon, Tas- mania. He is a landholder, and over 60 years of age.
BRITISH ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL. FIRST DIVISION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
uarnsH associatiost football. FIBST DIVISION. Hindmarsh, 3 goals. Stnrt, nil. 'Port I.— 3 goals. Adelaide— 2 goals. SECOND DIVISION. Warilla, 3 goals. - Soath II., 1 goal. Hindciarsh II., 7 goals. Start IL, 2 goals. Magill, 4 so&ls Adelaide u., 3 goals. Port II.— 3 goals. Y.M.C.A.-1 goal. St. Peters— 6 «»al*. Ciieltenhajnfi— r X 0 . STURT Y. HINDMAIffiH. This first division League match took jlace on the Sturt'ft ground at WayviDe. lie Stnrt's skipper won the toss, ani Jones set the ball in motion for the vibi tors. Hindmarsh pressed for a time, and their forwards were very weak in front; consequently, play was transferred to the other end. Marshall tested Wilde witb a good shot, but the goalie proved equal to the occasion and saved well. Play was of a very even *haracter, each eide scoring or the lead, which Hindmarsh got through Hngfcins giving Qmn (the Start's goalie) no change whetcver. Half-time arrived with the r*ds leading by the odd goal. On resuming, Sturt at once a...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. Announcements under this heading must be authenticated by the name and address of the sender, and are inserted in "The Mail" at a charge of Two Shillings and Sixpence each when not exceeding five lines; over five lines Sixpence per line.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
A Splendid Chance . . To Secure a Building Block, 50 x 175, within three minutes of Black Forest Railway Station, in the Estate we are now subdividing. South-road Frontages, from 20/ a. foot. Side-road frontages, front 11/ a foot. EXCEPTIONAL TERMS— 1/3 deposit and balance in two years. SEE US AT ONCE, as Blocks are gelling rapidly. Also, at NORTH PAYNEHAM, - we can Sell yon in ONE or TWO ACRE BLOCKS, Splendid Fruitgrowing Land, from £75 AN ACRE. Only few Blocks left. We can offer in this Estate a splendidly built Six-roomed HOUSE, with Land 101 x 300, fronting main road, at the low price of £650. HOMES IN THE HILLS. We have for Sale at EDEN HILLS, the new Railway Station two miles south of Mitcham, some grand Blocks, 500 and 600 ft. deep. Price, from 7/6 a foot. Exceptional terms. WE WILL SUPPLY ALL THE MONEY TO BUILD YOU A HOME ON THE EDEN HILLS ESTATE. The Government will provide you with a FREE 'RAILWAY PASS. CALL ON US and see Phonos., Plans, &c, of the many fine Houses...
INTERESTING PEOPLE THE SILVER-HAIRED KNIGHT. BAGMAN TO COMMERCIAL KING. Sir Charles Goode's life. A Story for Young Men. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
1111111 THE SILVER-HAIRED KNIGHT. BAGMAN TO COMMER CIAL KING, Sir Charles Goode's life. A Story for Young Men. Eighty-five last Sunday, just a little bit hard of hearing, but a great leader still in &nbsp; the army of the world's commercial kings, &nbsp; That is the epitomised record -of Sir Charles Goode. merchant prince and phil- anthropist. Time has dealt more than kindly with him. The passage of the years has not left on his brow the shadowy fur- rows that steal along with palsied age^ — only thin wrinkles to add a touch of the venerable to a face that is otherwise young and keen. His smooth upper lip and clear face disarm the evidence of a wealth of silver hair. A man old in years and bene- volence, but young in spirit and person- ality, are the dominant characteristics whieh strike the interviewer as he feels the grip of his hand, appreciates the wit of his speech, his wonderfu' mental vigour, and the physical power of a frame upon which a rugged head and count...
"SMILER" HALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
"SMILER" HALES Alf. G. Hales, known before he went to London as "Smiler"' has again struck it rich. The latest announcement is that he has been appointed the "Times" correspondent &nbsp; at Buenos Ayres, which practically &nbsp; means that he will represent the &nbsp; &nbsp; chief London daily in South America, Hales was born at Kent Town, Adelaide. in I860. He has become famous in the journalistic world, and is handing him self down to posterity as a successful wri ter of works of fiction. He has also been war correspondent in different parts of the world and graphically described many battles.
LEABROOK. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
LEABROOK. Messrs. Jackman & Treloar report the sale of another of their modern houses, 'Chatswood,' in Godfrey terrace, Lea- brook. It is of bungalow design, with special reinforced concrete foundations, freestone walls, Marseilles tile roof. The arrangement and treatment of the rooms, offices, and labour-saving appliances should make housework a light and pleasant duty. The entrance hall has double fold- ing doors on either side to connect it &nbsp; with the dining and drawing rooms when occasion demands. The locality— 360 ft. above sea level— is picturesque, and there is a lovely outlook toward the hills. Mr. W. H. Ind, of Paradise, is the purchaser.
MURDEROUS POLITICS Hungarian Diet Sensation. Attempted Assassination. BUDAPEST, June 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912
MURDEROUS POLITICS, Hungarian Diet Sensation. Attempted Assassination. BUDAPEST, 'June 7. A member of the Hungarian Diet had a narrow e.~papc from assassination. A sensation was caused by three revolver i shots beiiiR fired in the House. The I Deputy Julius Kovocs shot himself, pro- ' bably fatally, but the President (Count Tisza), whom he tried to kill, was un scathed. Kovocs was a militant member, of the Opposition, and was among those ejected for his disorderly conduct, and suspended for several sittings. He managed to evade the police, boTiTvcr, and went to the Press Gallery. He shouted to the Oppo sition members of the Chamber to keep! still, and theu drew his revolver. After missing Count Tisza he sent ' two bullets into his own body. j
BOSTON TRAMWAY STRIKE. Grievances of Men. Cars Held Up. Several Arrests. BOSTON, June 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912
BOSTON TRAMWAY STRIKE. Grievances of Men. k Cars Held Up. Several Arrests. ' BOSTON,. June 7. A universal .suffrage strike is in progress, und several thousand i employes- of the Boston Elevated Railway: have come out, and . aT* claiming . recognition of their union. ' ' ? The service is being operated, halftime. Five men were arrested.- for assaults ? on rnotormen. . The strikers claim that 3,200 men be long to the union. The working. of cars ?rras stopped,' and the windows smashed, several passengers being injured and dis abled by flying glass. ?The tramway men, who' are' on strike in this city, state that one of their griev ances is that the company refuses to employ unionists. Another complaint the men make ie that conductors are compelled to furnish from their own' pockets £2 for change, which they must have on all trips. They raise the objection that when any complaints are made against an employe he is set aside, and his pay is reduced while the enquiry is being conducted.: I...
THE RELIGIOUS WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912
THE RELIGIOUS WORLD. By 'Credo.' O Lard and Master of us &TJ, Whafer our name or sign We own Tby sway, we hear Thy call. We test our lives by Thine. We faintly bear, -we dimly see, In rijffering phrase we pray, But, dim or clear, we own in Tfeee The light, the Truth, the Way; ? — J. C. WHITHER.
DR. ALFRED STOKES TO MISS BARBARA JESSOP. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912
DR. ALFRED STOKES TO MESS BARBARA JESSOP. At St. Mary Magdalene's Church, on Wednesday, June 5, Miss Barbara Jessop, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Jessop, of Barton terrace. North Ade laide, was married to Dr. Alfred Stokes icf Crawler), second son of the Rev. and Mrs. F. Stokes. The Rev. Canon Honu nabiook (uncle of the bride), who officiat ed, was assisted by the Rev. F. Stokes. The bride was married in a gown of ivory charmeuse, with an overdress of embroid ered silk net, revealing a yoke of plain net. She wore a tulle veil, ar ranged in cap effect, and wreathed with orange blossom, and carried a lovely bou quet, the gift, of the bridegroom. She was attended by, as bridesmaids, Miss D. Jessop, Miss E. Stokes, and Miss If. Lavr Smith, -who 4rore delightful frocks in shades .of bine,' pink, and heliotrope, .and quaint Dutch caps, with violets bunched at one side. The bridegroom's presents to them were quaint gold bangles, and he was *u£ijjorlm hy Dr* Rupert '^p1** ss dgsc...
ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912
ENGLAND. Child mortality is stated to have de creased in the United Kingdom to the extent of 20 per cent, within the last six years? The first-class battleship Colhneivood made a gunnery record by scoring eight hits in eight rounds at a distance of 2,403 i'ards, with 12-in. guns. The question of reorganising the Houlder S.S. Company is being considered by the directors The management commission is being reduced to 2J per cent. Gen. Booth is now practically blind, though tl-e doctors state that he will still be able to distinguish light from dark ness. For continuing his associations with the Sandow Institute the General Medical Council has erased the name of Dr. James waiiace rrom we rejpsw:i. A Birmingham jewellery merchant named Marcus Cotton won the Calcutta Derby sweep, the first prize being worth £40,000. While swimming their horses across the pond near Aldershot three Hussars were crowned. A fire on the Canard steamer Carmania t;t . the Liverpool Docks caused a voyage cf the l...
INTERSTATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912
INTERSTATE. An orchestral mnsfcian with the Quinlan Grand Opera. Company, now in Melbourne, named Mr. William Busby, has just been left £7,000 by the father of a child he rescued from drowning eome 10 years ago. American bank bills, with forged signa tures, are being circulated in Sydney, and Cook's Tourist Agency have cashed. £500 worth. The bills are said to have been stolen at Pittsburg, U.S.A. The Federal trawler 'Endeavour' made a haul of over a thousand stingrays off the Westralian coast. It is supposed they struck a breeding ground of these fish. The Werriwa by-election in New South Wales resulted in a victory for the Labour candidate. A taxicab ran into a company of cadets in Sydney, and seven of the lads were injured. The New South Wales Parliament will assemble late in July. According to Federal statistics 79,505 old age pensions are in force in Australia, while 10.436 invalid pensions are being paid. New South Wales has the greatest number of pensioners, 'Victoria coming ...