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VETERINARY NOTES. GRASS SEEDS IN HORSE'S MOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

VETERINARY NOTES. GRASS SEEDS IN HORSE'S MOUTH. A careful search must be made for the grass seeds, and they should be removed -y means of a forceps or pair of pliers. The mouth, should then be washed with a solution of chlorate of potash and water. AFTER CASTRATION. Colts are much better in clean paddocks than in stables or yards, no matter how well these may be kept. It is necessary to keep an eye on the wounds, but they should be interfered with as little as pos sible. CRASS SEED ABSCESSES IN COWS: Grass-seed abscesses which form under tile jaws of cattle should be. blistered with a strong blister, so as to hasten the forma tion of matter, and should be opened if they do not break themselves. The abscesses may afterwards be kept clean and aseptic by applying a solution of chinosol and water. WOUND IN SHOULDER OF HORSE. After drainage has been provided for the wound should be plugged with tow or gauze, soaked in disinfectant solution, lysol and water, or peroxide of hydrogen. OLD M...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SPORTING. TO-DAY'S STARTING PRICES. PORT ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

SPORTING. TO-DAFS STARTING PRICES. PORT ADELAIDE. Trial Stakes.— Greek Fire, £4; Lontar, £3 7/. Hurdles.-Battle Bridge, £6 IS/: Hardrada, 11/. .Paddington Handicap.— Cooiagtmyoh, £6 3/; Steeplechase.— Flagstaff, £12 10/. Rosatala Handicap.— Xo Lady, £2 5/; FlagfalL £6 3/. Cheltenham Park Handicap.— Boniface, £12 12/ Lindley, £8 1/. York Welter.— Common King, £3 12/; Cyprus, WARWICK FARM. Hurdle Race.— Dollar Bill, 6 to 4. . Flying Handicap.— Troon, 10 to L Farm Stakes.— Malt Flag, 2 to 1. Juvenile Handicap.— Moving Picture, 2 to L Warwick Han-lica7-.— Harity, G to 1. 'Liverpool Mile.— Lady Hope, 5 to 4. EPSOM. First Division Handicap.— Frembex. 5 to 1. to^SfteSf- I0 w ' on; CWMSaule' 9 Second Division Handicap.— Two Ales, 7 to 1. Steeplechase.— Moonbam, 6 to 2. Third Division Handicap.— Mystic Rose, 12 to L Welter Handicap.— Patriotic, evens.

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CARE OF FARM ANIMALS. DISEASES OF THE HOCK. BONE SPAVIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

CARE OF FARM ANIMALS. By 'Vet.' (Written exclusively for 'The Hail.') DISEASES OF THE HOCK. BOKE SPAVTW. The disease appears on the inside sur face of the hock joint, where it joins with the cannon bone. If larse it can be readily detected- as a hard swelling, and if felt by the hand and compared with . the other bock the difference will be at once apparent. The causes of spavin may be divided into two classes — predisposing and excit ing. _ Long, narrow hocks and low hocks are liable to become spavined. Here dity undoubtedly plays a great part in the .production of this disease. Amrvyip the many exciting causes may bs enumerated concussion, bad shoeing, un even roads, supping, jumping, and start ing heavy loads. Bone spavin is recog nised as an hereditary unsoundness. SYMPTOMS. Apart from the hard swelling, certain symptoms may ' be' noticed. Some are easily observed, while ? others are rathu obscure. A horse with a well-developed spavin will wear the toe of the shoe, and rest the ...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE ENGLISH OAKS. Won by Mirska. Derby Winner Beaten. LONDON, June 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

THE E^GUSH OAKS. Won by Mirska. Derby Winner Beaten. LONDON, June 7. The English Oaks, run at Epsom, re sulted as follows:— Mr. George ftatfs 3UE6KA,' by St. r rnsquin — Musa -' i Mr- de Rothschild's EQUITABLE,' by St. Frnsquin— Themis ? ?- Mr. L. E. Robinson's BILL- AND COO by Williajn IH.-Cple ? ^^' 3 fourteen started, Tagalie (the Derby ?mpner) being a red-hot favourite. Mirska won by three lengths. Betting— 33 to 1 the Tnnner.

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SATURDAY'S GALLOPS. VICTORIA PARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

SATUBDAF8 GALLOPS. ^ICTOBIA. PARK. Nothing of importance, as most of the hones are racing. Jig Jog beat Venus over three in 38. Andalnwia cprinted four in 65. Mossy (Projectile— Moss Deer) four in On Friday Cameron (E. J. Mooney) and a_ pony (J. D. Campbell) jumped three hurdles and three fences in excel lent style.

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

ENGLISH CLASSICS. THE DERBY. For the second time within four years the -great English classic, decided at Ep «pm on Wednesday, has gone to a filly. Since Chevalier Ginistrelli's filly Signor inetta. scored in 1908 (and also -won the Oaks) the colts Hinoru. Lemberg, and Sun KLay udic iron m succession, ana in tne previous betting on thi6 year's Derby the colts Lomond, White Star, Sweeper II., Jaegar, and Cylgad have all figured in the quotations. Lomond, trained by B. Wootton, -went out of favour, and White Star's bad showing in tile Two Thousand Guineas completely discounted Mr. Joel's chance of taking the Blue Riband for the second year in succes sion; but Sweeper II., having won the Two Thousand Guineas from Jaegar and Hall Cross, went to the head of the bet ting quotations, while Tagahe, who de feated the favourites Belieisle and Pol kerri6 for places in the One Thousand Guineas, came into the market, as did Cylgad, the latter on account of his eub eequent defeat of Tagalie in th...

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

SHOT WHILE ESCAPING. Thousands of Babbits and other Game with the new 'SPEEDITE' Smokeless and 'UNICOEN' Black Powder Cart ridges. Sold by all Storekeepers. sl53c

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

CHURCH FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. Flinders Street Baptist, 3.8. Brompton Methodist, 3.2.

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

P.A.C: COACH. Mr. Dave Smith has been appointed coach to the Prince Alfred College foot ball team

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
DOWN TOWN TALK. THE "MAIL'S" FIVE MINUTE CHATS. Topics of the Day. THE PREMIER AMUSED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

DOWN TOWS TALK. THE 'MAIL'S' FIVE MINUTE CHATS. ~ -'i m i -' — - Topics of the Day. THE PREMIER AMUSED. 'What about that rumour that you're going to drop the Premiership and go to London as Agent-General?' asked a 'Mail' reporter of Mr. Peake, referring to the suggestion that had been voiced in a sec tion of the daily press. The Premier laughed, and, as is his cus tom, thonerht a mnment before speaking. - 'These reports,' he said, 'are very amusing — very entertaining. I find they generally arise from sources, or people who would like to see me out of politics, and at the same time thsy lack that founda tion of truth which so many statement* from the same sources lack also.' THE HIGH PRIEST-OF DETECTIVES. *?Good morning, Mr. Priest. Nothing doing?' asked ''.The Mail' man, dropping mto a chair in the severely furnished room ?at South Australia's leading detective. ''Everything's doing,' was the laconic response. . 'Has anybody been discovered yet with the railway haul?' _JIN6t yet.' ...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
A "SAINT" WITH FIFTEEN BIBLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

A 'SAINT' WITH FIFTEEN BIBLES. 'They call yon Saint noWj' remarked a 'Mail' reporter to ex-'King' Lundie. ?Pepping over the - threshold of the little Flinders street den which has made and unmade political reputations, and has left its mark on South Australian politicoin dustrial history. The long, lean man did not even smile, only just emitted an expressive grunt. After the silence, he continued — 'My objections to granting exemption from rates to the British and Foreign Bible Society are because it is a business institution, and because 1 don't think the City Council can legally do bo. The Bible House has not been rated for 11 years, and the fact that no appeal was made against the assessment when the Assessment Court was held months ago places the whole thing beyond any action for 12 months. If a business institution is given exemption now, other ratepayers who overlooked the assessment notice and the holding of the court * should be able to claim the same privilege. I don't thin...

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

MR- IRVINE ON LIBERALISM. In politics the event of the week is Mr. Irvine's attack on Liberalism. Mr. Deakiu and Mr Vardon have replied that it is premature, because based on incomplete data. Still, it is of a salutary nature. Even Mr. Deakin implies that it must ba attended to. Mr. Irvine's utterance has weight en account of his personality as well as its inherent force. He entered Federal politics as 'one still strong man' from Victoria, and though his magisterial Etyle has been resented in the Common wealth Parliament and no room found for him as leader in the Liberal ranks, as a ftee lance he cannot he easily disposed ?-{. Hie individuality and independence and originalitv attract attention throughout Australia, and, if he is ploughing a lonely furrow at present, it is felt that he may possibly become the head of a national party in the near future. Mr. Deakin his disclaimed the Federal Liberal programme published as such to be authoritative or linal, but until that disclaimer a...

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

FREEMASONRY. # With the past generation Freemasonry Las more than doubled its numbers in our iiidst. Under the guidance of the Grand Master of the South Australian Consti tution (Sir Samual Way) the order is en joying an era of uninterrupted prosperity. The recent ceremony of laying the founda tion stone of a new temple at Hindmarsh is only one of many evidences of the ever spreading influence of the carft in this State. It is not a secret society in a legal sense, but a mystic institution which veils its rites from the uninitiated. Ac cording to the Grand Master, who is also Chief Justice, there is nothing in its con stitution or practices contrary to divine law or the ordinances of the realm. Pro bably the severest criticism levelled against Freemasonry was contained in the jibe that an order should not be exclu sive which professed universal brother hood, universal benevolence, and univer sal truth. The answer to this charge of apparent inconsistency is that Freemas onry is no mo...

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

CURRENT COMMENT. Adelaide is full of excited young press men looking for burglars. Two well known boxers had a slight disagreement in a bam shop the other night, and the result, by excerpt out of one of the dailies, reads like this:— Excitement. . .luge crowd ... outside ham and bed diop. . . . Rumor ... Masked burglar ... CAPTCBED ... by well-known pugilist. . . . The man . . . was making off . in a EUSpidOUS msm-nf^r. ... Ih the straggle . . . between, boxer and EOBBEE fonner . . . was attacked ... BY A PENKNIFE! ! ... BLOOD ! ! ... CORE! ! ? ... SENSATION! ! ! ! ... Shop crowded. .... Injured man . . . sur ronnded. . . Three constables . . . elbowed their way in. ... Excited crowd swelled. . . . Unusual eight . . . policeman hurrying! The man . . . looked white and fllused ... but when he finished . . . eating . . . LARGE HAM S4JTOWICH ... the truth . . . leaked out! There had been ... a brawl! The episode served to show how excited the public (Sic!) are by the recent burglar boo...

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

NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. ! Owing to the pressure on out adver tising columns it will be my^^ry to send »n advertisements intended for insertion in 'The Mail,' particularly those re quiring special positions, into the office not later than lOajn. Friday of each week. Only Public Notices win be taken on Friday afternoon or Saturday.

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

thu: LIE OF TBB W KMK The Motorist— 'WelL Swaine, I had a great spin the other nay,' said our motor friend. 'I started cut at 6 a.m. for the hills. There weren't many people about, eo I let her so a bit. I made a fairish draught in those hills, and I had to keep my mouth dosed to tsave my teeth from blowing down my threat.' 'What speed were you going at?' I queried. - ? ? '1 couldn't say, I didn't have my speed ometer; but it was fast. For instance, Swaine, I passed through a fairsized town and I waved my hand to a man as I en tered, but anotner man at the other end of the town got that wave. I was a mile on before X could look back to get his answering wave.' 'Anything else?' 'Well, yes. There happened to be a cow on the road driven by a man x miss ed the man but hit the cow. No_xt day I 6aw an account of it in the paper. The man said it was lightning that struck the cow. He saw the flash?'

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

FOOTBALL. LACROSSE, ASD TBSStB *§ ^.^^ rACHTCMEN. ABID ' PEDS.. J FEDERAL BOOT COY, 4 Football Beote 'white ctovas, lOtti 1 Bos .CaU, ankle protection. 22/9. : booge Boots, S/U; Youths', UU. ui TachODB and TenniB Shoes. S/6.' 4 fiunni^ SKoeV, 8 «pn^l/ll. 3 Reduction to Cluhs.'fl «?' more balm. 1 78. RUMBUC^tTOEkT^ndMBran^Iiei H iOSo , ^ *^ ' '' ' ' ? ? — ?? ' ? - i ??????? „ -»? NORTH - EASTERN , JOCKEY CLUB. PETERSBURG. WINTER~liffiETING. SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1912 (Weather permitting.) £1*0 PRIZE MONET. £140. PROGRAMME: HURDLE RACE, 25 sovb., about 2 miles. - Nom., 10/: Accept.. 10/. - fRIAL STAKES, 13 sbvs^. about 6 furlones. Weigfaf for age. Entrance 10/ PETERS3DRG HANDICAP, 60 soto., about li mUes. Nom., 10/; Accept., 15/. HACK aACE, 7 sovs., about 1 mile. Entrance, 7/. Minimum weight, 8 st. FLYDJG HANDICAP, 25 sora., about 6 furlomrs. yom., 10/; Accept., 10/. JFELTEB HANDICAP, SO sots. JGninuim weijrht 7 st. .7 Ib. Nom^ 7/6; Accept. 7/6. About 1 mile. ----- t :. NOMCJATIOVS, with...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE PRINTED WORLD. Books And Their Writers. BOOKS RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

THE PRINTED WOID. Books And Their Writers. By 'Spero.' BOOKS RECEIVED. FBOK E. W. COLE, Book Arcade, AtMaiap, ? Melbourne, and Sydney. THE AWFUL AUSTRALIAN, by Valerie Des momi. ^ ? ? THE GOLD BOSHES OF TITB FIFTIES, by W. E. Adcock. FBOM RIGBT, LIMITED. POMANDER WALK, by Louis N. Paiker.

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

stands out conspicuous ^^^^^^^QoSffl^i^Hv Our Suite Bear the Hallmark of Individuality. .We Ijav* aa exceptloDaay wide variety of Suitings, including all the Smartept Weaves and IJyes in Fancy Tweeds, West of England, Scotch Tw*eds, and Sergeg. jprices range front g3 / uplo J05/. v ALE MERCERY LINES HIGHEST QUALITY, LOWEST PRICE. COULTAS & SONS 'The Tailors Who Tailor,' Rundle St., Adelaide.

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

SA. ASSOCIATION. North H-, 7.1L beat West Torrens IL, West Adelaide. H., 9.19. Norwood IL, 8.10. ^5^ ^PffJ^rSfi* Ad^de=Toole, jripp, rorrcK? pnj»«»» vranneu Yearns, Flynn, and Phurlow. . Norwood IL— Gib- bons, Smith, Hawkee, Nash, and Cook. W. Dollman umpired .with entire satis faction. STURT IL V. SOUTH IL ' Sturt IL, 17 goals U behinds, beat South II.. i goals 8 behinde. ' All the Sturts played well. For Sooth n Whelan, Powell, Bowett, McCanley, Harris, Wilson, and Tredrea played well. . Goalkickers:-^South— Wilson (1), Quin (2), Thomas (1). Sturt— Ryan (6), Wiles (3), O. Richardson and Hendry (2), Oli ver, Baulderetone, Richardson, and Fox (each 1).

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