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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912
CITY ATHLETIC SCHOOL, 72 FLINDERS STREET (Few doors from Gawler place). SFHCHTUTTING, BALLPUXCHKG, WBESTLDfCi - pAKDOW SYSTEM A 6PECIALITT. \ . CLASSES EVEBY EVENING, 7 p.m. till 9 p.m. F. S. USHER, DiSTEUCTOE. ^153 The Adelaide Sports Depot 15 HXNDU5T KF'MI-'KT E. £. S. TUCK. E. A. BBOADBEKT. For Football*. Hockey, and Lacrosse Sticks, Box ing Gloves, Punching BUb, G«U V»t»ri«l. tee. Agents for Shmin's Jtmota Mitch Q. Foot balls. Send ' for Catalogue. Telephons 1787. 45 HINDLET STREET. shvlSSo ? i ?
A. & S. ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912
A- & S. ASSOCIATION, Albert Park, 18- goals 21 behinds; Ade laide Co-operative, 1 behind. eBst players for winners: — Oliver, Foweraker, Sugars, Craker, Holland, and Ryan. Goalkickers for winners:— -Foweraker (5), Sugars (4), Hood (2), Craker (2), Marsh, Oliver, E. Forrest, Ryan, and Alexander (1 each).'
AMATEUR LEAGUE. MARLBOROUGH V. SEMAPHORE CENTRAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912
AMATEUR LEAGUE. MARLBOROUGH V. SEMAPHOHE CENTRAL. JHariborough .registered .their first win en St. Francis's ground to-day against th; Semaphore Central. The game was fast and the ground hard. Marlborough led at the first Quarter— 1 mal 4 hehmrTn 4o 1 behinds — and had increased their lead at half-time to 4.7 to 22. After half-time Marlborough, who had been playing 17 area, were strengthened by the addition of Memmler. Centrals scored in the thifd *erm. and improved their position, but Marlboough stUl led-4.9 to 4.6. la the last bout Marlborough increased their lead, each side scoring a goal. Final scores:— Marlborough; 5.12; Semaphore Central, b 6. Goalkickers:— Marlborough— Bonnar :2), Rye (2), and Mawby; Centrals, Moc Itsy (2), Yeo, Levy, and McDonald. Best players for the losers. Weir, Levy, J^ Hotlcy, Steinberg, McLeod, and McDo hald; and for the winners, Hogan, Hem ming, Dewar, Gore, M. C. Bonnar, and Mawby were prominent. ST. FRANCIS XAVIER V. GLENFERRIE. The above teams met ...
TWO SKETCHES OF A SCRUB "ROLLER." [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912
TWO SKETCHES OF A SCRUB 'B0LLE&.' GGER.' KKtffHiH L— ELEVATION. A. Ground Line. B. Chains to which bullocks are yoked, generally about ten to each chain. C. Old Wagon Axles. ? KKtffHiH L— ELEVATION. A. Ground Line. B. Chains to which bullocks are yoked, generally about ten to each chain. C. Old Wagon Axles. ? The above represent. two sketches of * scrub logger, the uses of which were ex plained in 'The Mail' of June 1. The two wagon axles which support the upprr frame rise at an angle of about 25 degress Irom the horizontal, thus bringing the epper portion slightly forward of the bot tom log. The lower log could be streng thened by; fixing iron stays on either Brie of the joint between the points marked SKETCH IL K. Old Wagon Axles. B. Joint. e. liush Bolts. ' SKETCH IL K. Old Wagon Axles. B. Joint. e. liush Bolts. '
Mutual Help—Questions and Answers. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912
Mutual Help — Questions and Answers. H. C. Greenwood writes:.—'!. I hare a buff Orpington hen that made a. peculiar uoise, a kind of gasp or cough. She moped about, and looked very dumpish. Un examining tne throat I found nve white or yellow lumps, which I removed with a sharpened match. Can you tell me what it -was, and how to treat it? The bird is now all right, and laving again. 2.- I have two black Orpington puUets laying,- about eight months old; weight,- about 6 lb. 1'hey look very healthy, but hare a kind of catarrh of nose, but do not seem to be affected in any way. Can- you let me know if this is. just a cold, or is it roup starting; also how to treat it? 3. The houses I have are Simpson's patent tickproof galvanised iron, with jarrah perches. Do you think these too cold'? if so, can you suggest a way of improi ing them? 4. Can you suggest a house more suitable than the above, and .That is your ^pinion of scratching and roosting' house combined? ?'???- Answers: — 1. The bir...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912
SHAKEYSPEASS. FROM THE MOLLYCODDLE DANE. 'Get thee to a bunnery.' 'Steel hatpins on my daughter.' 'Then np he rose and pawned hi* clothes.' FROM JULTDS SQUEEZER. 'Prohibition should be 'fraid of feUuug er stuff.' 'More skinned against than skinning.'' FROM KING LEAE. 'TIow sharper than a sore front tootK it is to hdve one on each ride.' HENRY VI. 'Thrice is he darned who hath a car wheel bust.' FROM KTNG RICHARD TTTg BIRD. 'Divorce! Divorce! My kingdom for divoras! ' -^ 'Grim visaged Chink has smoothed my wrinkled front.' 'Now is the winner of our tips con tent.' FROM ROW ME, O JULIET. 'Oh; that my enemy might get tho hook.' ? ; ? ? ? ' A GUARANTEED HAIKGROWER OR MONEY REFUNDED. READ WIOLETTA COMPANY'S GUARANTEE. October 16, 1907, ? 109 Pitt street,,gySwy. To the AGENTS of WIOLETTA, LTD; Dear Sirs— In reference to the guaran tee offer by the WIOLETTA TOILET COMPANY'S preparation, Wioletta Hair Food, and Tonic, now appearing in the . papers throughout Australasia, the reason we make ...
ON THE STAGE AND OFF. ON. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912
ON THE STAGE AND OFT. ON. Mistress— 'Mary, we have .met wifii ns» verses, and we — we can no longer afford . to keep a servant. '(She betrays. her great emotion.) You have served us faithfully, Mary, for many, many years, and It cuts me to the heart to say the words. We — ? —we — (.sobs) — shall have to learn to do without you!' (Convulsive sobbing.) -, Mary (in clear, ringing tones) — 'Yen '* can't, ma'am, and, what's more, yon shan't try! Who says I want wages, or anything else, except a mouthful of vic tuals now and again, and a board to lay on, when those that's more'n flesh ana blood to me are in trouble? Say no more about it, ma'am — it can't be done!' (Ap plause from the 'gods.') ' Mistress — 'Bless you, faithful old soul! (Incidental music.) It's the silver lining to our cloud of distress to know that we've such a stanch heart as your to count on.' v - OFF. Mistress — 'Biddy, your master is bank rupt, and I'm afraid you'll have to look for another situation.' Biddy— 'Thea it...
SURREY V. AFRICA. LONDON, June 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912
SURREY V. AFRICA. LONDON, June 7. There was no play to-day in the match Africa v. Surrey owing to ram. The scores at- present are:— SURREY. . ?'? ' ' First Triiimirj T. Hayward, b. Nonrse' ? 6 J B. Hobbs, c Nourse, b. Harticsn .. 43 E G. Hayes, cCampbdL b.^ler 44 A. Ducat, b. Pegier ? ». „ .. ig M. C. Bird, b. Nourse .... 17. .. ' 5 H. S. Harrison, run out .. .. .. ,. .. n W. J. AbeL b! Pegier .... .7 .. ' 14 if; Strudwick, c. and b. Nourse ., .. 10 W. C. Snrith; not out .. .... .1 .. 21 W. Hitch, b. Nourse ? m ^ ~ X 2 T. Rushby, b. Pegkr .. -TZ .V ' 0 Extras ... ,.. „ „ .. „ „ ,. 8 Total ? -x ^ .. ,.~169 Bowling. Nourse, 4 for 54. Pegier, 4 for 74. Faulkner, 0 for 22. , Hariwap,0,for U.
THE TRIANGULAR MATCHES. Still Wet Wickets. More Rain than Play. LONDON, June 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912
THE TRIANGULAR MATCHES. Still Wet Wickets. ? =?_ ? o-~ — , - 1 More Rain than Play, LONDON, June IS. The Australians continued their match against Cambridge University to-day. In consequence of heavy rain which fell dur ing the night the wicket was soft and easy. The Varsity, with 6 wickets down for 17, continued their i*i*iiiig» ' Only one run had been added when Kidd was caught at the wicket off Emery's third balL Holloway and Calthorpe bit vigorously, but the bowlers were handicapped be cause they could not obtain a foothold. At 59 Hazlitt bowled Calthorpe, whose 33 included 5 fours. The innings was soon finished off by Hazlitt. It lasted 100 minutes. Rain fell so heavily that further play was impossible during the day. Scores:— AUSTRALIA. First Innines. C. B. Jennings, run out .. .. .. .. .. 63 C Kelleway, b. Grierson ? 6 C. G. Macartney, c .Franklin, b. Cal thorpe ? .. .. 21 W. Bardsley, c. Franklin, b. Holloway 58 S. E. Gregory, et. Franklin, b. Kidd 11 R. V. Minnett, c. Kidd,...
BASEBALL. FREEMASON RAMBLERS v. METROPOLITAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912
BASEBALL. FREEMASON RAMBLERS V. METROPOLITAN. This game was played on the Adelaide Oval to-day, and resulted in a win for the Freemason Ramblers. For' the winners Ewers pitched with his customary skill and the whale team backed t»T' up well. For the Metropolitans Dunn and Hay made a good battery, and Vaughan played well on first. H. Brideoake (2), James, Frost, -Marshall, Ewers, 3.. Bridecake, and Head made the runs for the Ramblers, and Dave Hay scored, the eMtropolitans' only run. ' Freemason Ramblers— 1,2,0,0,0,0,4,1— 8. Metropolitan— 1,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,— 1. Mr. A~ D. G. Sands umpired wett. Goodwood, 10 runs. Adelaide, 4 runs. This match was the surprise of the season. WEST ADELAIDE V. STURT. West Adelaide, 2 7 0 3 0 1 2—15; beat Sturt, 10 0 10 2 0-4. Runs:— For West Adelaide— Hayes (3). ifwere 0s) , Bromell (3), Miens (2), Dillon .2), Charlesworth, McMahon, and Arnold ?'1 each); For Sturt— Morris, Laurenti, Beatty, and Hyman (1 each).
THE MAIL'S BILL BOARD. Shows to See Next Week. THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912
THE MAIL'S ] BILL BOARD. Shows to See Next Week. H THEATRE ROYAL. ''? Every Evening, at 8; Matinee next v. Wednesday, at 1.45.. J. C. Williamson's production of 'The Blue Bird.' I TIVOLI THEATRE. ?? Every Evening, at S; Matinee next , Saturday, at 2.30. Diverting- Vaude -. Wile, including the Sisters Caeselli, I Fngijch .dancers and singers; Walker - and Sturm, novelty jugglers. ? t' KING'S THEATRE. Every Evening, at 8; Matinee next Saturday, at 2T30. Generous bill of ': vaudeville, featuring Zomah, the mj» 4 tic marvel. . ?? TOWN HALL. Every - Evening, at 8; Matinee next -. Saturday, at Z.30. Interesting; se - lection of Wondergraph Pictures and . superb orchestra. Headlinei; 'Trilby.' WEST'S OLYMPIA. Every Evening, at 8; Matinee next Saturday,, at 2.30. West's pre-eminent and incomparable pictures and De Groen's Viceregal Orchestra. Special feature: 'Ghosts of the Past.' EMPIRE THEATRE. Every Evening, at 8; Matinee next Saturday, at 2.30. Pleasant photo plays of infinite variety, ...
VICTORIAN FOOTBALL. The League. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912
VICTORIAN FOOTBALL. The League. Melbourne ? ^ ,. .. H 14 beat Richmond ? .... 4 9 St. Kilda ? 10 6 beat Essendon .?..'-,........ 6 16 Collingwood ? 13 10 beat Fitzroy ? .. .. u 7 Carlton .. .. .. .« .. „. 8 16 beat South Melbourne ? 6 10 Geelong ? ,. 8 15 beat University ? .. .... 3 8 The Association. Footscray ? 1325 beat Port Melbourne .. ... *. ..5 5 Brunswick ? .* .. .. 7 ig beat Brighton ? .. ». 5 14 Prahran , ? » ,. 13 15 beat Melbourne City .. .. ., .. 510 - Nortbcote .. .. .. .,* »« *. 8 15 . ,:?'?* ' '. beat'*- - r - -;- WBliamstown .. ,. .. .. -, 4.10 North Melbourne ......... 11 16 beat Essendon .. .. .. .* »« .. 12 6
THE DAIRY. SELECTION OF THE DAIRY SIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912
THE DAIRY. SELECTION OF THE DAIRY SIRE. By ' Jersey.' In the previous issue of 'The Mail' the writer particularly pointed out for the guidance of dairy folk the utter. ab- surdity of using bulls of unknown blood and ancestry, as against sires where these important factors to success are present; The great point in any business is :to start right, and that is my advice to mil who hope to dairy successfully, when, C it t they have & love for the business, which! is indicated by keen interest, success *jjjjM sure to follow. Commence by making] HOLSTEIN SIRE, COMING FROM GREAT MILKING ^CXSTOBg, S&tXgj SHOWING EXCELLENT EXTERNAL. DAIRY INDICATIONS, '.' ; HOLSTEIN SIRE, COMING FROM GREAT MILKING ^CXSTOBg, S&tXgj SHOWING EXCELLENT EXTERNAL. DAIRY INDICATIONS, '.' ; the selection of the bull a matter of the greatest consideration, for remember this is a matter of prime importance. Where we find most progress in dairy practice there we find the cowkeepers place full v...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912
Eighteen. Words in 'The MaO,*':l/; *&«* ? insertions, 2/6, prepaid. ORPINGTONS. WHITE and BUFF. WHTSEBS 1st 'and 2nd Cockerel, 1st ana 2nd Pullets in each variety, March Royal Show, 1S12. Breeding Pens and Trios for Sale; Eggs for Setting now ready. Apply S153-67 ' KOONOOWABEA. Enfidd. BLACK, WHITE. ?WHITE FOE PAEXICDLABS. F. J. WIMBLE, GrenfeU street. Adelaide. 6153-30