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

-????-? £^: for ? ?''? ?-:?.' I WWI^^f III P Al FS PUREST AND BEST. 1

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

MUSICAL T0PIG8. By ' Cosmopolitan.' UNLEY CITY HALL. THUBSDAY, JUNE 13, 1912, CONCERT by the ADELAIDE GLEE CLUB. Admission, 1/; Reserved Chairs and Dress Circle, 2/. Plan at Cawthorne's, 17 Rundle street. A. H. G. EDWARDS, Hon. Secretary. FINE OLD IMPORTED WHISKY. PER GALLON.. .. .... .. 22/ +*AC JAB ? 2/ --64S JAB ALLOWED FOB OK BETOBST. IMPORT COMPANY'S STORES.

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WHAT THE ARCHITECTS ARE DOING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

WHAT THE ARCHITECTS ARE DOING. ; Messrs. Sibley & Wooldridge are calling .for tenders for extensive alterations to the residence of Mr. George Ware, of the Exchange Hotel. The house is situated in Bobe terrace, Medindie.

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE CENSOR. Scene Cut Out of a Drama. Novel Action in Australia. SYDNEY, June 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

THE CENSOR. Scene Cut Out of a ?-'.'.. '. Drama. .' .;.. ? . Novel Acfion in AustoaHa. (By 'Mall', Special Telegram.) SYDNEY. June 8. Jjsterest ias been excited hereby the prodncticm /under. -Mf.^ George- Marlow's :i.anageinent -of : the-- sensational, dranja 'Brought ;to Ruin.' The . scene of the xniotbeting of- a -baby has been strongiy objected to by a section of the press.. As a result, of thu visits of officials specially ;*nl by ihc Chief Secrstary'js. Department :o report^ the management ; have bee'i - emmimded to. delete , the . o'bjectionaWe i-crtion of the baby scsne. Ihis is the firBt ! ; :mc censorship .has been exercised here :us-Englifih drama. t. Crowds have been at tending the. show. It will be interesting to see how the. drama is received in Ade- I laide in July, where it will be staged by I Sir. Geo»^e Marlpw's company.

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BILLIARDS. Lindrum Leads. A Big Break. SYDNEY, June 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

BILLIARDS. . Lindrum Leads. A fi^ Break. -V .'. -JBYDJTEY, June S. During the bilUard'niateh ebtween Lin drum and Williams *tbis afternoon the for mer made, a fanl^less^break of 507. The ' scores - at .'the. close 'of : the session werec^:. . ? ; ?; ??;' y . -. ? ?Lijnidrnm (in'play)i; 1-J38&-- - . -/WiffiaP» £rebeiyes 1,000), 6,138.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AUSTRALIA'S ARMS. Federal Factory Opened. SYDNEY, June 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

^AU§TRAIM?S A8MS. Federal Factory Opened. l.i '; ' ' ,' SYDNEY,, June 8. ''The.\Cpinmonw^&,'SmaUanns,; Factory at JAih^w^ymE-opeaeA'i^diy by the Go Vftrhor^eneral.. T^e,^ atjtendan'ce was mostly confined to 'officials. . . ?? At ih«T luncheon Lotd Benman remark ed' that it: was a notable occasion in the history j^of Austraiiaix'1 defence.- ; Senator Eearce' (Minister* of Defence) r and the ex JffiRiete^CMr. ;X ^- CobkJ -repBed to the irast ot '«uccessito'lW factory,' .-, -:?'.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

LION BREWERY, BOTTLED ALE AND STOUT, SNOWY CHAMPAGNE. (or EDHMEE DBMKS. .TeL 221. . i&vmio ??- ?- - 'jm*.-'i{jflfi»p88 ~-r-~ The ideal invention for. private ~ bonst^ hotels, schools, and public buildings uav connected with a direct sewage system. . No Water required. --- Price complete - £4 10s, Write to-day for descriptive Booklet, ;-: Posted on application. . PERFECT SANrTAEY PAN CO. ± «S POITENEV 8TKEET. ASELAm:- ' Kindly mention this paper when oEderi&£i - ? ... ..: ?'??mfe I. E/~^:A:rIi;:Lir WA7GHIUKEB ' JSD 3EWSLZ38. BACK TO TH? OLO SPO^'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

H.1LS. Queen Mary, -Britain's lanetfr warthip, cost two unman pounds to bnfldT Coin testers are now jprovided on tha tramway cars of theXqindon County Goun-~ ciL' . .'.? ~- -?- ''?' :-^'~. ...''.. ''.'..? Hot water obtained rroxn -an artesiaar well is bemgtjsed«- heat house* at Boise, Idaho. ?'???-.:.? ?-;?-??? ?? .-? ?'' _. Js.' French investments of capital abroad amount to - £1^00,000,000, of which £500,000,000 is ^B^t^inBnsHa. ^ '?;

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE BURGLAR SCENE. Police Report Pending. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

ip: BisraauAR scite ^feRepor^Pelii« ^nsfcw^ea to Brepare.,a'-m»ol^^|ft J^d3ai& fdece 1Mb will b^flHsHHlF0

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
JOY RIDERS. Retribution for Boys [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

JOY RIDERS. Retribution for Boys Numbers of lads' in ? Kensington 'and Norwood have been '..amusing themselves lately by appropriating ladies , and gentle men's bicycles left standing in the streets, attd riding them . about. - .Sometimes '.they return them,. but mope often they are left in' some -dark street, much to' the annoy ance of the o*iiers: -The police 'have been harassed with 'Complaints, but it was- not until Saturday morning that they 'were .able, to .bring two culprits .to Court/ Two. boys were brought' before Aid! R. Phillips and charged with using a gentle man's bicycle . without' his ? consent. They; Plea&a jsm& I IZZ~ V -??'?: Aid. Phillips 'C&g?jfere(l it would. i-e no use finipg^e latej^as it .woold-,only in' flict hftrris|n»Toa^fgo^aents. He rthere forc 6Merp:3nIri!^i^ihrastea by' the' p6Ece,,^^ntafce.tSat they wfere able to pay,.' themselves: ' The sentence 'i^-«i-; ried out in the Courtroom in the presence of the boys' parents. It is hop...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE PIOUS FRAUD. Brought to Book. Counsel's Plea. Temper Justice with Mercy. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

T&E PIOUS FjtAUD. Brought to Book. Counsel's Plea. Temper Justice with Mercy. James Cook, the pious cheque passer, ttho did the rounds of Adelaide a few %7eeks ago, posing as a Christian, aud at .he 6ams time distributing' cheques 'amons ris churib friends and other 'folk, appeared inthe dock of the Adelaide Police Court en . Saturday morning. ' ' The Bench was oecnpied by Mr. T. Gepp, S.4L, the Hon: JC S:W'£llis,'M.L.C., and Mr. R. CorrelL . The first charge preferred -against ? hini was one of having obtained £6 from Loms S^reng, a draper, in. a .Rundle street estab lishment Mr, . C. 'M- Muiihead - appeared for. the defendant, who- deemed it advis ^)le to plead guilty. - ? ?Mr.'Streng said he received ihe cheque produced)1 from' accused, and' presented it to the' b4nk on the f oUbwing ?mbrning.'bnt :6*-wa6*reluniedas valueless. \ . , Detect-ve TYacer saidthat-bh June 5 he arrefeted defendant at hie (accused's)- home in ^UAlKniirnia ' '? i . *-' * * ' - -' i ill -.jnvuni ui...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE PRIMARY PRODUCER Conducted by Professor Angus, M.P BACK TO THE LAND. HOUSING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

Ootidttefed by Professor Angus, M.P. BACK TO THE LAND. {Written Exclusively far 'The Mail.') HOUSING. For the guidance of those about to settle in mallee country we furnish particulaxs of neat, comfortable cottages of the types mentioned last week. These particulars have been kindly supplied us by the Globe Timber Mills Co., Flinders street, Ade laide, who sell these types cat and ready tor erection. ILLUSTRATION £ ILLUSTRATION £ Eltzstration L is thai of a three-roomed bouse with frost verandah, which can be purchased at a cost of £79, or, if a back verandah is also desired, for a total of j£88. The stumps, bearers, bottom plates, ?nd floor joists are of jarrah, flooring of 6iJ Baltic, the' corner studs, top plate, floor studs, framing,' intermediate studs, purlins, fwwng joists, and rafters of ore eon, p^TiTig and inside walls of match board, and the external covering of 26 gauge galvanised iron or weatherboard, as fcecrmred. Where a family has to be accommodated a, larger house m...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, June 8. FLEMINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, June 8. FtEMOreTON. It was very foggy this morning, and :t was impossible to .time horses finishing away from where one stood. Powerful and Kigbtlight ran a mile and a quarter in evens. uxonoFe ana j.inio a mue on tne tan in 1.58. The Grand National candidate The 2£ser has reached here. Eye. Glass, quite recovered from the iick he received in the Birthday Cup, did easy pacing. Thus early V. Pinkns has been engaged to ride Sea Dog in the Grand National steeplechase. - *

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

SUNDAY TRAMS £ TRAINS. The Last tot Home. TEAMCABS. ? —-. —.. ? This schedule shows the departure s ad arrival times of -IasMsamcais to sn| from various suburban termini for Sun days: — ? . . - ? u ^— _^ Last . ..?..:. carde- lost ' ? ' Last car parts for Arr. car de departs den. Gren. parts for Gren. at, A street. Btaeet, Depot _ : ? ? - city. To Arr. city. city, direct. Via. 10.18 Bornside 10.47 9.49 10.18 10.49 Falteney street. 10.28 Enfield 10.53 9.55 3020 10.55 North te rrace. 10.1 Goodwood 1023 Glen. Osmond 10.47 105 10.33 10.49 PoUeney street. 16.33 Henley Beach 11.6 9.51 10.36 1L9 North, te rrace 1029 Hill st. Ext. 10.44 10.6 1022 10.46 Jsorth te rrace 10.32 Hyde Park 10.45 1048 11.10 10.56 North te rrace 1027 Sndmarsh 10.48 lfl.l 1021 10.51 North te rrace 10.37 Kensington 10.54 10 J9 10.36 10.55 TTindnwg h square.. 10 IS Kens. Gardens 10.37 9.52 10J4 10.40 Hiniimai- sh square 10.13 Magill 10-43 9.45 10.13 10.45 Direct. ^ 1053 Maylands 10.47 10.18 10.33 10.49 Direct 10J8 Mit...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CAULFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

CA.ULFIELD. A. ver-' cold morning. Golden Cairn and Silver Bullet ran eevea rarlongs in 1.36J. Advantage and Radiator bo. in 1.23. Wimmera a mile in 1.50. Safrano, Flamen, and Hathlea did useful worK eepaxaieiy. Tiercel and Patriotic three in.59. Cap and Bells, assisted the first five by HiUsville, a mOe in 1.47. ' . Moani a grass mile in 1.52i- Oi a mile in 1^9. Warringa nine in 2.13. Week JEnd three in 39. Lord Grey three in 38i.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE WATTLE PATCH. ITEMS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

THEWTTLE PATCH. By ' Geoff Swaine.' ITEMS OF THF. WEEK. There has been, a good deal of hunting for mushrooms in the hills since the re cent showery weather came along. An immigrant, who had often seen, mush rooms on sale in the London shops, but never growing, went out to get some this week near Upper Sturt, He hunted round for a while, -but didn't get any. He met a man with a .billycanful of them. 'How did you get 'em?' he asked. 'Why, found 'em,' was the answer. 'Well, I can't find any, and Fve hunt ed about a lot. What sort of bushes do they grow on?' At one of the Chapman-Alexander meetings the collection was being taken up. The basket was passed along to an elderly man, who, after fishing in hie pockets for a considerable time, produc ed two halfpennies, and put them in. 'Can you spare them?' remarked the man next to him. He hesitated a moment, and said, 'I don't think I can.' Then he put in his hand and took back one of the half pennies. Lucky the . other man remind ed him. Th...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
QUAINT HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

QUAINT HUMOUR. 'Pomander Wait' by Louis ST. Parkes (John Lane, The Bodley Head, through Kigby, Limited).— The time is 1805, the year of Trafalgar; the place 'out Cheswick way, not tar trom Horace Walpole's house, where, later, Miss Pinkexton conducted her academy lor young ladiee;*' and the people, mostly residents of Pomander Walk, are an Admiral on half-pay, a designing widow, a retired butler, some maiden ladies, and others, not to mention the charming Maryolaine. Admiral Sir Peter Antiobus was the cock of the walk, and a gallant and genial soul except on the day following .that on which he went up to London to draw hie ..pay, when he invariably maintained that the navy was going to the dogs, and 'prophesied the .immediate stranding of TTjh Maesty's en tire fleet owing to puerile navigation.' Then there was Mrs. Poskett, who had narrowly missed belonging to the minor nobility. 'Alderman Poskett, her deceas ed husband, had died, just as he was ripe for the shirealty, and sure onnn...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. (Poetical and otherwise.) 'Hail, Fair Australia.'— 3f the song you send' . was 'written, between - 30 and 4d years ago,' and has not yet appeared in any newspaper, it has no hope hen, De mortals nil nisi bonnm!, .Still, a sam« Die will sneak for itself:' — - ? ? Ours be Hie song of liberty,' We -hold do creature bmmd; -. Inscribed on ««y old gum tzee, '^nvuicible** is found. The most common inscription on th« Australian gam tree takes the form *f s hoop right round it, a foot or two from the ground, and the result shows that even natural growth is not invincible when m»n starts ringbarking. Furthermore,' no self* respecting gum tree wonH -be guilty of try? ing to rhyme with liberty. ? -- 'Nama' writes: ? ... Weary ot. Jrott And the glare «f O* 4tj; - ' Bred of the warld ? With its pleasures and pain, Sidt of this life With its loss bopping gtinj ? X want to target. ... -: 'Narna.' isn't -the only one weary of work.- Most -of us -hare, to toil for a, living...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
IN THE TIMES OF KNIGHTS AND RAPIERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

IN 'I'H k TIMES OF KNIGHTS AND RAPIERS. The Knightly Years,' by W. M. Ar dach (the Bodley Head; through Eigby, Limited). — The impression left by this book is that the knightly years were years in which a **»*'» was 'Bable, sfc any moment* to be cat off in the flower of his youth or married to the wrong woman at the point of the bayonet; or, rather, the ra pier. The period is that of Ferdinand and TflaN-ll*. and the scene is laid partly in Spain and partly in- one of the ad jacent islands. A picturesque procession of knights, and ladles, and bishops, andi islanders pass through the pages of what is a thoroughly readable book. MUCH LIFE KJI ^ LETTEE 'CHAEM.' 'The Charm of Life/' by John Richards (John Long; through J&gby, limited).— It may safely be said that the only 'charm' about this book is in the title. The style is notable for its sheer badness, and the grammar and punctuation leave much to be desired. For instance, we are told of an African (tribe that 'it is very grat...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

COX'S FARM SEEDS. SPECIALLY SELECTED. Machine Cleaned and Graded, Always Obtainable. Zmxnedi&te and careful Attention and ^.cpatrh given Orders large or «m»n Our LOCERKE AND GRASS SEEDS noted for PURITY and EXCELLENCE. DISTRIBUTING AGENTS FOR— International Stock Food Co., Poyntet*s Calf Food, Vreeland's 'Electro' Arsen&te of Iie&d, Hearson's 'Champion' Incnbator, 'Federal' Spray Mixture, Epratf § Dos and Poultry Specialties. E. B. COX & CO., Car. East Terrace & Handle St, Adelaide. Catalogues Free. ? _nslS-c

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