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OPERATIC STARS. Clever Quartet at the King's. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

OPERATIC STARS. Clever Quartet at the King's. The programme' at the King's Theatre was further augmented to-night by the Jourdanes, a clever quartet of singers, %ho proved themselves' operatic artiste of the greatest merit ana earned for themselves round after round- of' applause.' The party consists of Miss Marie OctzeV' so orano; Miss Estelle Jervaise, contralto; Mr. Lacy C. Wisdom, tenor; arid Slaur ice Jourdane, baritone. - Whether as soloists or in th^ir concerted items no fault could be found * with their . per formance. Thfey -were all so good that it would be invidious to attempt distinc tion. Their operatic selections were as follow— 'The Mascot qf the Troop' (from 'DUe Modiste'), intermezzo, from 'Cav- alleria' (Mascagni), and a selection from 'Lucia' (Donizetti) . , Irene and Morton, who were to 'have also made their appear ance, have been so successful in Mel bourne that their season has been ex tended, so that their Adelaide, season had to be deferred. On. Monday, night...

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

H. SMITH, Nelson Street, CHy. , SEAR COOPERATIVE STORE, Buys Brass, OcJ-per, Lead, Zinc, Tjpe Metal, Pewter, Cast Iron, Lead. Droes, Oil Drnms, 'and Casks, also Cotton Bags. - Highest Prioes Given., Cash on delivery. Letters promptly attended to. ?' * 'SMO-321 rXTOTICE is' hereby given that the business Si hitherto carried on by SIDNEY MALM as Auctioneer, Licensed Land Broker, Port Adelaide, has been acquired by MALJN, . BUSSELL, & CO., tOQTED, and will, be conducted at the premiEes of the late firm as from the 1st June SIDKEr MAUN, H. D. EDSSELL, ' Directors of Malin, RoEsell, & Co., Ltd,, 1 Auctioneers, Licensed Land Brokers, Valuators, ; ' ' - Port Adelaide.

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"BLUE BIRD" COMPANY. To Play Hockey. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

'BLUE BIRD' COMPANY. To Play Hockey. The. South Australian Hockey Associa tion .have arranged a hockey matoh with the .members of 'The Blue Bird' Com pany, to take place on the Adelaide Oval on inday. A small admission fee will be: charged, and the proceeds will b» given - to -the - association to help defray their expenses' when they visit Sydney shortly.' The team from 'The Blue Bird' Company will be selected from the fol lowing: — A. McLeod, C. Bains, E. Brooke, R. McLeod, H. L. Gilbert, V. Ktzherbert, J. Revett, U. Murfitt, H. Ellam, S. Odgers, A. fehea, and F. Reade (captain).

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN BULLDOG CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN BULLDOG GLUB. * The trophies won at the recent club t&ow were presented last night to the- suc cessful ^exhibitors. The executive, always determined to create increased interest u ine aomgs ot tue cinb, inaugurated a new departure on this occasion. The function, which was held at the Arcadia Cafe, was termed ? a 'ladies* evening,' and large numbers of the fair sex were present In the unavoidable absence of the club's popular chairman (Mr. F. W. Marshall), a worthy substitute was found in Mr. J. H. Potter, who filled the office so well that there-were no dull moments. A first-class musical programme was-presented, and 'n- cluded items by Mrs. Gent, Miss Bald, Mrs. . Kingsborqugh, and. Messrs. Kbfike. ?. Arthur, Svrett, C. Gent, J. H. Ward, and Clement May. The lastnamed was in good form, and convulsed the audience with 'his inimitable character sketches. Ihe display of trophies looked like a 6ho.v room in a jeweller's ebon, and it is doubt ful if any other sp...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

BD2.THS, nirABiPtAfflKfi AND-DEATHS. Annountienlents ? usder -tins . heading .must b* sender, «nd «« inserted in ?-B»e Mail' at ft . -when '-not'Wsediii^HSm^lIaa^oTer five line! Sixpence per -line. ; ? ' -.--? - DEATH. ?- '..-. SATJNDEHS.— On the 8th -June, at her rerf. dence,-F«irview. Pf nnfrigtAi) 'tenmce. North Ade* hide, Sarah, the beloved wife ot Eofomoa SanodetE, aged 80 years. ' 'Gits her the fruit. of ierhana, and let face oto-Rtnta |-nrise her in tte gates.'*

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

? SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. ? Clean . . . ' THE MAIL ' U69iltliy ? Should be in every jS| household.. Week-end M M T . « k. Price 2d. Animal Sub Reading. ;g*«w«*« Order from your Newsagent or The Mail Newspapers Limited, ? Gilbert Place, Adelaide.

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

South Australian Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Ainiinals.' - ~ ™ : .-r: :-':'? iCOOBPOEATH)}. .-..'??. -\ TheANNUAt MEirnSG wiU.ljelheld an. MON- DAY, .Jun^ 10th, at n.45 «.m.,iD the Banqueting Boom, TOWN - HAIi. ? ' His .Excaieney. the . Governor' wjU . Preside. The Public are cordially inrited to attend. :SL '. . . '...''^^?tWWt.'*- *V T _._'..? -? PRpCDRABLK ^^V^Ukfi^^^Z±:-\--- 'I .' - :- .' '? . '. '??'..-? '?- ' ? '' ' '.'': ;' ?^:^i;^'i^'%';V^.^.^^-^^'::-.4v;v;':i;:-':' For Wiivter Eveiimgjs HAVE A BOOK TO READ. — JOIN — RIGBY'S ZZircxil&tixkg Library Now 74. KING WILLIAM STREET. -'???-- «125c WANTED KNOWN .''??'??'' .' : ; .-??. that; ., ..- : -. -.- -. is OK EAEE . at , Mb. XiUe^de'i, ?«_':: rajnehajn; aWo Tit ? IDs. -WeUsfs,- litgm raid, Saorwobd.' '?*.--'? '?..'?''.' 'THE MAIL' wOeUraed erery ;SiTtJEl?Ar HIGHT by A. Beny, Rewtwent, West M«rd»B. .''?:'' *.~' - ?'? ?'?- .*?'? '-.i -';:;*»:' ? ? ' - . - : '. i ,-?.??'.. v- ;/ - ' '_'. . _ -;V. ? '.'.VtSSXIS...

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

PERSONAL. '.Numerous' friends 'will regret' to read o8 the death of Mrs. Solomon Saunders, which occurred at North Adelaide this jrorning. The deceased lady, who was 80 years of ace, was a dautmter of Mr. Abra,- bim Brandon, of London.. She came to Pouth Australia with her brother, the late Mr. -Moses -Brandon, in September; 185% by the' ship Satellite, so that --she was «. ' ' colonist of 58 years' standing. She tra4 for many years president of the Addndi -- - . ladies' Jewish . Benevolent Sodetyi She marKed-'Mr. Solomon 'Saunders' 44' yeara ' r.gp, and .the surviving fanHh/.JConsiBtBioS :*:.,-* two..dau^iters-HMi6S & G. Saanders *ani _??: jfifis E: Satimlers— Mr. L^E^S^nnders; oj '? ' Tjondon, . and'-Mr. B. M. Saanders, -of Ade- ? . . 'aide. - The -funeral will title place at'4he; 1 '?.' Jewish cemetery on Sunday, afternoon. . ' If -there is one military man in the city who has troops of personal friends it i4 Mjr. D. H. Schmidt, of the 10th 'AXB. They will all be pleased ...

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THE BUSINESS MAN'S PAGE. Money, Mines & Commerce. STOCKS & SHARES. MOUNT LYELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

Money, Mines & Commerce. STOCKS & SHARES. (By AMODEUS.) MOUNT LYELL. The purchase by the Mount Lyell Min ing and Railway Company by the Coni etock leases has a significance to the big company which is not generally realised. me Mount .Lyell company lias been in sore straits on one or two occasions. The prat was when the falling off of the grad? in its own mine left no doubt that unless the North Lyell leases could be secured then Mount .Lyell would become a dere lict. Had the old North Lyell Company a man at the head of affairs as capable as Mr. Bowes Kelly, and possessed of the determination to see things through, the Mount Lyell Company would have been in a sore plight for ore. But the Fates fought the way of good manage ment and splendid work, and it is well ^r Australian mining that that has been tae case. The second time of stress has just been got over. It has, of course, to be realised that the North Lyell Mine is the pivot of the whole .of the Mount Lyell suc...

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

V-^| DRINK 0 ? ?- -;-- = K SEDNA AND SMILE AGAIN. Agents— SEPPELTS. SANDERSON'S FtNEQIJ) SCOTCH . WHISKY. Agents— SEPPELTS..,

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

THE BAD SEASON.' Will Not Affect Property. - 'No, the ' bad .season .'is''n.^t - afEecting the value of properties/'; saia34r.'.T. Eyan, of the firm of Messrs. .HpskiBg'&'Byan, to a 'Mail' representative 'yesterday; 'nor do I think it is likery to. . In the first place, however1 bad the season may 'ulti- inately become from an vagrioultural point cf view — and it is stall very doubtful whe ther the season will be eo badpgopd lands aie still' retaining their, high values, for CJovernment 'money is being spent -ijy;tBe Fouth Australian Government, to. say no thing of Federal expenditure, in -tte-Stata; which wul ? naturally mean, improvements ^Lat will keep up prices. ' . ? . ' 'One of the keenest gpeculators in the city, cams into our office onlyl just : now with instruetions for. raising lie prices of several suburban blocks. - 'No; j. do not think it is cheaper to build than, to buy, nor do I think it will be for some considerable time. - ; There is » deal of truth i» tie o...

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THE KENNEL CLUB SHOW. AN OPEN LETTER TO EXHIBITORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

THE KENNEL CLUxi SHOW. AN OPEN LETTER TO EXHIBITORS. Dear Friends— I am writing you a little wholesome advice concerning the coming show. If your dog is not in really good trim get on to him at once, so that he can go into the ring on the 23th in good nick. Train your dog well— a well-shown dog. catches the judge's eye. at once, where as that ? unfortunate official has a hard task when a timid- animal turns on his back with his legs in .the air. directly he is touched. Don't monkey round with your, dog's coat. The judge, if experienced, can spot all tricks, such as resin or alum on the wire hairs, &c. If you 'pluck your dog'e coat do it so that the judge ca^'t detect it — he may know as much as you do. I nave seen a collie's ears nicely turned bv having small buttons of lead summed underneath. No one here would be stupid enough to do sucL a thing, v Be ready when the steward calls your class. Some exhibitors wander aimlessly round, and when their dog is wanted in the. ring a...

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BELGIAN ELECTIONS. Rioters Fired On. Critical Situation. BRUSSELS, June 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

BELGIAN ELECTIONS. Rioters Fired On. Critical Situation. BRUSSELS, June 7, The situation with regard to the riot ' ing engendered by the election cam paign has become worse. At Boringa a number of strikers fired on strikebreakers, and many were wound ed. The military are patrolling the streets and occupying the railway stations.

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CANADIAN LLOYD'S. Important Proposal. OTTAWA, June 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

CANADIAN LLOYD'S. Important Proposal. OTTAWA, June 7. The proposal to establish a Canadian iJloyd's on the lines of the big English concern of that name has been taken up by the Trade and Commerce. Department. One of the objects is to investigate trade matters, and to attempt to prevent Cana dian trade being diverted. Discriminating insurance rates constitute one of the fac tors in taking Canadian exports to United states . parts. -^_- — -w,. ...,-.-, ? , - ?vz :L-- - ^.- ? ??-?/-* ? ' ?'? ';--—

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DESERTED FEZ. Mulai Hafid Leaves. May Go to France. FEZ, June 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

DESERTED FEZ. Mulai Hafid Leaves. May Go to France. *'?,'*- .'--?- ' ' . FEZ, June 7. L ' ''ffrini 'TUM !Pfj the French Minister ^^^^£«* - x££zisurt ' intvc Kit und^r. strong es~ ^K»rt for Nabat. The Moroccans glared ^Hbefiantly at them as they passed through ^Hthe deserted capital. ^H They will probably proceed to France.

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A FOOTBALL ACCIDENT. Player's Leg Broken. SYDNEY, June 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

A FOOTBALL ACCIDENT. Player's Leg Broken. SYDNEY, June 8. L. Hughes, playing in the third grade Bugby match, Sydney, against South Syd ney, this afternoon, came into violent con tact with another player, and sustained a fractured leg.

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BIG EXPLOSION. Machine Blown Sky High. Plucky Rescuers. £5,000 Damage. SYDNEY, June 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

BIG EXPLOSION. Machine Blown Sky High. Plucky Rescuers. £5,000 Damage. ' SYDNEY, June 8. A disastrous explosion took place at 3.30 this afternoon at the 'canning factory of the Australian Pure Food Meat Supplies, Limited, 113 Botany street, Bedfern, with the result that the building was wrecked. A digester machine was blown nearly 200 ft. into the air. One side of an adjoining house was dislodged, and two of the em playes were injured. The damage is estimated at about £5,000. The names of the injured are: — Vincent Tapper (31), labourer, 145 St. John's road, Forest Lodge, both arms scalded and scalp wound; and Alwyn Ealmer, of 16 Cooper street, Waterloo, severe scalp wounds and burns on back. . The cause of the explosion is a mystery. The fire brigade prevented a serious con flagration. The boiler of the digestor landed on the verandah of the Fitzroy Ho tel, near the works, but only the verandah was injured. As soon as the explosion occurred the place collapsed. Willing hands were s...

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VICTORIA. EPSOM RACES. MELBOURNE, June 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

VICTORIA. EPSOM RACES. MELBOURNE, June 8. The Epsom Races were held to-day in fine weather, and the course was in good order. The tttendance was excellent. Results: — FIRST DIVISION HANDICAP. FRFMBES (Ibex— Fremida), 7 11 (Clarke) .. 1 Apiarist, 9 7 (Newton) .. .. ? .. x Paislie, 7 3 (Harris) ? x * ut3ia neuv xor Eecuau. Other starters— Earl Godwin, 8 11 (J. Cain'' - Shackleton. 8 7 (Thomas); Grafton Belle, 7 7 (Fraser); Jolly Kate, 7 7 (Cain); Anona, 7 5 (Power); Eidera, 7 1 (Lambert); Studding SaiL 6 11 (Leonard); Gold Sign, 6 6 (Stanmore). Betting-3 to 1 agst. Apiarist, Earl Godwin. »nd Paislie, 5 to 1 FREMBEX, 10 to 1 Graftja Lelle, 12 to 1 Sidera. Paislie and Earl Godwin were first out. The former led to the turn from Frembex and Apiir ltt. Frembex drew away in the straight, an J ucn by five lengths from Apiarist and Paislie £**?, d£??eated/ BtA Godwin fourth, Graftjij BeUe fSfth, and JoUy Kate last. Time, 1.15J. HURDLE . RACE. . Two miles and 24 chains. LUDWIG (Harvester— Maze...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. WARWICK FARM RACES SYDNEY, June 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

NEW SOUTH WALES. WARWICK FARM RACES 8TDKET, June 8. The Warwick Farm June Meeting was held to oay in showery, cold weather. There was a mo derate attendance. Results:— HDEDLE RACE. DOLLAR BILL (Playbill— Neflie Gray), 11 2 (Byan) ? 1 Uinore, 9 0 (Conroy) .. ? ?- Dip, 9.0 (Hall) ? 3 Other starters— Cardross, 9 0: Revised, 9 0; jnd Deraip, 9 0. Betting— 6 to i agst DOLLAR BILL, 7 to 2 Dip, 4 to 1 Minore. Won by a length; eight lengths between u» tond and third. Derate fourth, and Cardross a Ud last. Time, 3.68. FARM STAKES. One mfli. MALT FLAG (Mslieter— Red Flag). 8 2 (McDonald) ? .. .. .... . .. 1 Lady True, 7 11 (Isiip) .-. .. ;. .. ? 2 Silver Havoc, 7 3 (Malcolm) ? 3 Twenty-three started. Betting-8 to 1 MALT FLAG, 7 to 1 Uurat . ? - Won by three length!, with two lengths between second and third. Angelique was fourth. Time, FLYING HANDICAP. ' Six furlongs. S,^^?''' 7 (Manning) 1 Malt Rose 10 3 (Pike) .. „ ..*.'. '.'. V. '.'., 3 There were 24 starters. Bettimr—5 to 1 agst. Holhston...

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TO-DAY'S RACES [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

TO-DAY'S RACES The Port Club were favoured with beau tiful weather for their meeting this af ternoon, and the crowd at Cheltenham was a large fine. In fact, its dimen- ' mone proved- once, .again .larger than the railway authorities could comfortably - cope with, although a frequent train ser vice was run to the course. The going, though a trifle on the hard side, was good, and interesting racing was wit nessed. The committee entertained sev eral gue6ts at luncheon, and the hounds ' liter on finished their run on the course. ' - Details:— TRIAL STAKES. Of 100 rori.;-iecond 10 eon. and third 5 eovi. 6ix furlongs. £566 5/. GREEK FIRE, Mr. K. O. Bowman's, by Pistol— Grecian Beauty-. 7 7 (J. V. Hopwood) .. .. ? l £105 10/. Lontar, Mr. C. L. Gardiner's, 7 6 (R. W. Campbell) ? 2 £1S8. Fruitful, Mr. K. Quinn'B, 8 8 (E. Hag) :i i. :. ? 3 £4 15/. Immaculate, S 5 (H. Bracegirdle). £32 5/. Yanda, 8 8J-3J lb. over (B. Der rick. . £136 10/. Yellow BlaTe, 8 3—1 Ib. over (H. D. Campbell). £S6 15/....

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