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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

1 '? B 6»« Grand Cafe ahould appeal to all sjatefr and con*»rt lovtag folfc-w « iH catering as it does to the bohemlan element. £? M A constant throng of brightly dressed, animated, amusement seeKing S ? pa£ons is maRing the 'Grand' Cafe the rendezvous for theatre P^'- H ? O«T^el^ comprise, all that is choice and rare. Let the nppealir^ j» fl power of a thoroughly bohemlan cafe persuade you to get acquainted W H 1th the finest Cafe in Au*te»Ua. ? I Phone 1680 Central IU^ William Street ? ?B^HB&^S&VSfl^^^BH^^^H|^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H|^H^^^^^^^PB^^SX^S^SX^^HB9HSflSjSJSJSflSSp2 I bss BsaaaaaV ^B If Quality Counts Come to Us. We have-on view a choice selection -of rare and- artistic Jewellery, comprising ; GEMS, NECKLETS, PENDANTS, ENGAGEMENT RINGS, EARRINGS, BRACELETS, BROOCHES, SILVERWARE, PLATEDWARE, and LEATHER GOODS. E. H. KELLY & CO. The Quality Jewellers. Bowman Arcade, King William St. Telephone S2S6 Central. LADIES ?...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WORLD'S NEWS. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. The biggest robbery in connection with the 'crime wave' was the theft of over £600 from the Adelaide Kailway Station, oarly on Monday morning. Minor rob beries stDl continue. Susan Burn, the mother of one of the victims of the recent explosion at the Wa terfall Gully quarry, and lily Ferguson, Kidow of Walter Ferguson, who was also Killed in the accident, were awarded £200 and £300 respectively as compensation, un der the VVbrkmen's Compensation Act. Peter Alfred WUkins, manager of—the Adelaide branch of Messrs. Taylor Br.» ihers, produce merchants, Gawler, acci dentally shot himggif with a revolver. Among the recent robberies committed in Adelaide was -one from St. Patrick's Church, a few gold and silver articles ceing stolen. The Minister of Education gave a depu tation no hope of a referendum being held on the question of Bible reading in State Burglars visited the house of Mr. H. S. Allen, Opie avenue, Unley, on Wednesday night. A stranger in Adelaide was ' robb...

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WESTRALIAN MINING. PERTH, June 4. GOLDEN HORSESHOE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

WESTRALIAN MINING. (By 'The Mail' Special Representative.] PERTH, June 4. GOLDEN HOBSESHOE The manager of the Golden Horseshoe Mine reports for 1911 i that after deducting working expenses and debiting £49,916 to development, £856 to plant, and £7,694 tn inmntn^ -fair. tri«» rm™»Tiiie account fihmvs a balance of £30,458, which, added to the previous unappropriated balance, makes a total of £56,823 to deal with. From this £25,500 has been written off plant and machinery, leaving £31,323, which was car ried ? forward.' During the year 232,027 short tons were treated for £403,428. JJecent developments on^he recovered jJoundary lode at the 2,780 It. level have induced the general jnanager to remark that the future prospects of the mine are very pleasing, and ta. imply that this and minor developmenis assure a long and pro fitable life. The cutting of a reef at two points 460 ft. apart by- the notoriously unsafe method (as regards value) of dia mond drilling does not prove the reef to be...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY STOCK EXCHANGE. SYDNEY, June 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

SYDNEY STOCK EXCHANGE. ?'-? SYDNEY, June 8. The local mining market -to-day in the Sydney Stock Exchange responded J» the jtrong London demand for Australian senp;— eeisequeSIy—laege -business was done. Junctions were in great de mand, and over 3,000 shares changed hands in Oxides, but sellers taking their profit caused a slump. - The aales we*e:— Chillagoe (paid). 6/8; Hamp aen, OJ» (terms of six creeks, 42/3); MacGregor, 2/; O.K. Copper, 1/9; Block 10, 46/6, 49/, '48/6; Mount Oxide, £47, £46 10/, £46. £45 10/, £45, X44 15/; Mount Morgan, 60/71, 60/9, 61/; Junc tions (ord.), 9/3, 9/4, 9/3, 9/4, 8/41. 9/5. 3/41, 8/4, 9/5; terms of six weeks, 9/41; Broken Hill South (paid), £8; British (old), 59/6; terms of six weeks, 60/; Wallaroo, 51/; Junction North, 16/. ''**''.~. ' 1 ' Messrs. & C. Ward & Go. have supplied us with the following Sydney quotations dated Jane 8: — Morning— Goldsbrougb, Hart, 43/3 buyer ;/*reater Williams, 22/ sales; Chillagoe (paids). 6/8 sales; Ham...

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COMMERCIAL. TO-DAY'S COMMERCIAL. IMPORTANT MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

COMMERCIAL. TO-DAY'S COMMERCIAL. . IMPORTANT MOVEMENTS. - Wheat.— Private cables just received show very marked improvement in the home- market, and various sales have been effected at advanced rates, not only for cargoes and parcels now arrived, but also for shipments on the water up to April bills of lading. ' Prices range from 40/3 per qr. down to 39/6 per qr., the latter for sailer two months out. Liverpool market for futures has also ad vanced some three farthioirs. Chaff. — Advice from Sydney to-day indicates their. market as oversupplied, and prices on spot weakening. It is shown that purchases from Adelaide, Melbourne, and Tasmania are on such a large -scale for June and -July delivery that there is no prospect of higher prices. Later months will depend upon weather conditions, but at present buyers do not feel justified in paying present high rates for forward shipments.

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GUESTS AT THE GRAND CENTRAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

GUESTS AT THE GRAND CENTRAL. Sir Samuel Griffith, Sir Edmund Bar ton, .Air: Gibson, Mr. SIcGhee, Mr.^ David son; Dr. and Mrs 'Chapman and '-parti', Mr' and' Mrs Alexander and party, .Mr-, and Mrs; ; Morton. 'Mr.- and Mrs/ Naffa5ger, Mr. Dennisson, Sir. W. R. Roek, Mr.' H. Koek, Sir. Robertson, Mr. -Furneyj1 Mr. Newstadt, Mr. Bloom, !Mr. and Mrs. Aarenson. Mrs. Bagot. Mrs. Petersward, Mr. Emery, Sir. and Sirs. L. Johnson, Sir. McEwan. Mr. Robson, Mr. Turton; Mr. ITaigh, Mi. Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. War rell, Ming Atcherly, Mr. Roesen, Mr. Har old Ashton, Jtlr. Leslie Hallam, Mr. Mc Carchcll, Mr. Thomas, Miss Lonnen, Mr. Montefiore, Mr. Barber, Mr. and Mrs. A. i-. Smith, Mr. A. Al Johnson, and Me. O'Dwyer

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

Beck's Lager A. E.& F. TOLLEY, LTD., SOLE AGENTS. wATSorrs A; E. i8t F. TOLLEY, Ltd., ' ' ' - .? SOLE ACEWTS. '.';.'?? f '?..'?

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OTHER PEOPLE'S MONEY. PROBATES GRANTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

OTHER PEOPLE'S MONEY; PROBATES GRANTED. (From 'Dun's Gazette.') Behenna, Thomas, of'Bowden, £4.900. H. H. L. Chapman, executor. (Ppble and Johnstone, proctors.) ' ? Blackburn, Thomas, of Waodville, £2,500 C. B. Blackmore. (Dempster & Demps ter.; - ? Britten, William, of Hyde Park, £6JBO. SI. A. Britten. (yoimg, Newiand, and Ward.) Brown, Ellen, of Adelaide, £375. E. E. Brown. (Hackett-& Hunt.) Gfeenoweth, Edwin John, of Norwood, £250. J. and C. Chenowetfc. (A. T. K. Wilson.) . - . ? .'- Coker, Hamish, of Salisbury, £400. S. M. Coter. (J. i. Stackev.) Grabb, Bessie Ann, of North .'Adelaide, £1,343, S. Crabb. (E. J. Ronald.) Cregan, Ellen, of North Adelaide, £500. E. J, Cregan. ' (Colton & Johns.) Freeman, Mary Matilda, of : :Prospect, £600. J. Freeman; (Moulden & Sons.) McDonald, John, of Hynam, £1,050. . T. Waugh and L. p. McDonald. Kettelbeck, Gnstav August Leopold, of Tanunda, £5,600. F.- B. and G. F. W. Nettlebeck. (Yon Sertouch & Vaughan.)...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

FITCHES SAXir ODE WINTER SA^iE COMMENCES MONDAY MORNING. BIG BARGAINS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. HPyD^iDSOF OPPORTUNITIES TO SATE 3ME0NEY. : . SOME OF OUR SHOWROOM BARGAINS. T;AnngS' PALETOTS, ALL NEW SHAPES, EST TWEED AND 2TAVY CLOXHS, AT THE FOLLOWING GENUINE SEDUCTIONS:— Lot 1.— About 100 LON.G PALETOTS, in Dark Tweed and Eiwy, 15/8, 17/6, 20/, Lot 2— Ab^ut'TO SUPERIOR NAVY COATS, in ISne '.Qotir and- CheTiqt Serges, Lot'3.^About 150'SPLENDmrpALETOTS, in approved siyleB, principally N«Ki Lot 4.— Nice fiange of CLOTH AND TWEED PALETOTS, usual prices 39/8 to^5/, Lot^!-4 rtettoLines of CHEVIOT AND BLANKET SERGE PAIETOTS, 45/ t«« CHttliiREN'STWEEDCOATS,.27,30,33, 38, 38 in, .special reductions, 3/13, 4£U» 5AL 6/U, 7/11. Na^y Coats, 5/U, 6/U, 7/U, 8/11, 9/U. .— ?.:;- WONDERFUL VALUE IN LADIES' COSTUMES. ; 150 SUPBEIQE WABM TWEED BLOUSE AND SKIRT COSTUMES,- strong -and comfortable, 12/6,' for -7/11. - - - _...-.-... 50 COSTUSIES, better line, 13/8 for 10/6. ' ' . . LADIES' ONE-PIECE ROBE COST...

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MERCANTILE ROWING CLUB. ANNUAL SMOKE SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

MERCANTILE ROWING CLUB. ANNUAL SMOKE SOCIAL. The Mercantile Rowing Club held their Annual smoko .social at -Jackman*s Cafe 1 Kis evening. The president (Mr. W-- J. 'Icnny. M.l'.l ocfrupied the chair,, and tnrrc was a good attendances of mem iKrs; 'Ainobg the visitors irore Mr. J- J- ' Mharp. representing t lie Rowing Asoscia- ' t^on, and Jlr. iyd wards, (secretary of the I Port Adelaide Sailing Club). A good mnsi- j -al p'rogrammc. was provided bv M«sfts. j^. I ? .Smith. \V. W. Baker. C. Main. B. Co!c- j ijian.A.. Robertson.. S. S. Morgan, and M.I rjaund^rF. Mr. S. S. Jilorgan acted as ac! t^ompartist. : ' j

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METALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

METALS. Elder, Smith, & Co., Ltd., have received cable advice that the following are the average metal prices tor the month of May;-Spelter (ordinary -rands), public ledger, £25.5596 per ton; foreign soft lead, public ledger, £16.5085 per ton; fine silrer. Sharps & Wilkins's, 30.2638d. per oz. ; stan dard silver, Sharps & Wilkins's, 28.0277d. per o£ ; copper, standard 'spot, public ledger, £72.5198 per ton; copper, best selected, public ledger, £77.0555 per ton. Messrs. Clarke & Co., GrenfeU street, iave re ceived the following quotations from London metal brokers, dated June 7, 5.30 p.m. :— Silver, 2/4%; lead, £17 12/6 (forward); spelter, £25 17/6; copper, £78 12/6; tin, £207 10/. Messrs. S. C. Ward & Co. have supplied the following metal quotations dated June 7:— Tin, £207— a rise of £4. Lead, £17 12/6— a rise of 8/9. Copper, £78 12/6— a rise of 2/6.

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CUBAN REVOLT. Negroes Attack Mills. Repulsed by Guards. HAVANA, June 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

GlJBAN IflE^M. Negroes Attack Mills. Repulsed by GuardB. y Toledo sugar inflls, thernittragaers'. inten t 'on being to bum the place; The rebels, however*, were' held bai^ by-^private armed guards. .' The -'firing con4Sn^dHntil cavalry appeared on the scene; and _ the negroes fled. One hundrt^aMi^.moW America^ rtarines have .been .landed. :- ' '???? : : WASHp'NSGTOXV June 7. Orders have been issued for the dispatch of.5.000 Foldiers to-Cubal '*,' .' ?

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AT THE THEATRE. "THE BLUE BIRD." [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

AT THE THEATRE. THE BLUE mUD.' So much lias been written about the great philosopher JIaetcrlinck that it is impossible to add sufficiently to the splen did production and staging of. 'The Blue Jjird,' which opened its season to-nigfit at the Iheatre Royal. A curious fact is that a little child is taken as a. test on which Jo hang a picture of truth. Maeterlinck r-bows us that it is only the. unknown that is terrifying'-knowledge makes every thing smiple and clear; and the little wanderers 'Tyltyl (Gertie Cremer) and My lyl (Yera Spaull) find it at home when .heir travellings are over, because they have seen and experienced all' 'things. && the time drew near for the overture' fami 1 *ar faces were- to .be seen. 'With His Ex c.llency (Sir Day Bosanquet) were Lady Itosanquet, Miss Bosanquet, and Sir.' an I Mrs. Row. Captain Fletcher and Captain' Talker were in attendance. Others present were- Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Bennett, Dr. and Mrs. Niesche, Mrs.'*1. Scarfe, Mrs. Step...

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INFORMATION GIVEN. COFFEE ESSENCE (FOR "B."). [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

INFORMATION GIVEN. COFFEE ESSENCE (FOB 'B.'). i pound coffee 1 quart water Knch salt Slightly brown coffee and throw it into water, which must be boiling. Boll three minutes and add. a pinch of salt just be-, fore taking off fire. Stand for ten mi nutes, strain and. bottle. Cork when cool. This will keep good for a week or ten days.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

I If there 19 one qaaHty jl V I more than another upon it ? W W / which we pride oar- V B, & eelyc8.it is the FLAVOR ft 1 I Coffee Esse&ed f ? -S\ $ We have bow over- \'l m jfl come afl lepnaach that an II m r Essence cannot taste as r np, B 1 good a» Coffee made in fi':- W 1 j the oH yny. \ It: W ? ^ tneiffiumi Cor pmiimjcii '?'{*??? I ? ' ' ' 3fi n after all aonnipie: it is— \f m f HriB^ lufcwfifr ^jo ^*ais .tfac* mm '''*^j bH' L grade bean which coats yam ham | , ? \ l/6to2/-per Ib, and I ? 811 Sewiiflnoar ESSENCE « | ', r ._ ? i3.M£ICKFORD C5ON5 US 1 g_^^^^^ ^fcpggic; 37^ | , '^m* n n ri n rnr jtflBifr If Japanese. X Something jfovel A u ' Stare f * * ym 5 3-on't see Every where. ilJSW OPERA COATS. NEW K2M0NG6. . NEW PUZZLES. NEW FLOWERS SOB DECORAT' TSQL ' NEW JAPAUESE IiAJSTEBSQ^ FRANK A. DAWKINS Third FIoor, Bowman Building's. '''? ' '' :' nl53q

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INFORMATION WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

INFORMATION WANTED. 'O. Y. A.' asks for a recipe for lemon '17. Ij.' Would like recipes for some vegetarian dishes. Tomato sauce for 'B. Y.' Floor polish for '94.' Creamed eggs for 'A. Q.'

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MOTTO FRIENDSHIP. Old Country Social Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

MOTTO FRIENDSHIP. ()ld Country Social Club. At a meeting held at Bricknell's Cafe on Friday it -was agreed to form a. Social Club, jf or the benefit of new arrivals from *he old country. The secretary has secured rooms at- the -Royal Exchange Buildings/ King William street. Mr. J.D. Stewart, the promoter of the club, will act as eez retary, _aiid will be pleased to give any particulars -to any one wishing' to become a member. . - . .;. - ,

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THE WESTERN RAILWAY. Reason for Delay. Ministerial Statement. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

THE WESTERN RAELWAY. Reason for Delay. ; Ministerial Statement 'What is the reason for the delayih of the proclamation- enabling the Act ,fo the construction of the* Port Augusta-Kit goorlie Railway to be put into opera tion?' was the question asked of fl* rommissioner of Crown Lands (Hon.' J 'The whole point is this,' was the n ply. 'Under the Federal Act ihe.raih** cannot be constructed until, the agreemen relating to the land required for t&e nS way is completed. That is in connse -i negotiation now, and I know of no Jtm son why there should be any delay. '1 notice in the press that, some excej tion is taken to the reservation of mSx ing and township rights in the land, bn as these reeervations were by Act of Bu Lament passed in December last, it' i f-trange that we have heard no objection 'ill now. 'The proclamation will 'be issued in inn to enable the Federal. Government ? t commence work immediately the agref ment has been completed, or earlier, 8 they desire it. As a ...

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CRUELTY TO ANIMALS Prevention Society's Annual Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

CRUELTY TO ANIMALS! Prevention Society's Annual Meeting. :; .1 The annual meeting of the Society |d| the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals i^u be held in the Banqueting Room of .wl Adelaide Town Hall on Monday eveningJ His Excellency the Governor will preside This society, of wijich Mrs. Oi/eary iS'tba hon. secretary, deserves . a larger fttte&J dance than can be accommodated in thl Banqueting Room. No one can qaestieJ the necessity to prevent cruelty to axSM .?nals, particularly the horse, which is ol bo much assistance to man. The eodeia bas already done excellent work. *Ch| public are cordially invited to its' merta ing on Monday night. ..V I

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QUEEN BUILDING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

; OOEES BDILDINQ SOaETT. n fin i uiiij i i ? n iiiir j » nij nn i ijumj nj Queen Permanent Bunding and In^eBbnent Jnfl ciety Die directore' report and talance ti*5M presented by the (aainnini -Mr H. *Foalel i«lgM unanimously adopted. 73ie balance jliuel g^owiS^B that £*,325 had been advanced on loanfe iafl £3,500 bad been psod to mernben ? on aoooimt «M their matured -snares; and a iuillm suni-flf £BJH&^M was reported as feeing payable on tite BarneT^« count. 'The retiring directors (Mr. H. Fdalefl Captain B. MsUichen, and Mr. 3. T. BjHB^riH were unanimonsly re-elected. t:il

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