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STOCKS AND SHARES IN ADELAIDE. LONDON QUOTATIONS. June 3 to June 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

SfOCKS AND SHARES IN ADELAIDE. KHfDON ^QqOTATlbsS. June 3 to June 8. - . South, £7 13/9. £7 16/8. £7 17/6, £S 1/3. mite, 48/6, 49/, 49/9, 50/3, 51/9. Brftish^ep/fi,* 62/6. North,- i^ia/lfc £6, £6 1/105. £6 6/3. Tens, 46/3, 47*6, i8/9. . -Zinc Corporation '(orf:), 10/S, 10/6, 10/7J, 10/9. Zinc Corporation- {pref.),r38/6. ? Mungana, 2/lt ?? ????. EUiott, £5 15/7J, '£5 16/10}, £5 18/9, £5 17/6. Cbbar, 98/iOj; 99/4J, 98/9: ' Morgans, 62/6, 63/U, 6V3, 60/71. j LyeUs, 34/, 33/9, 32/«, 32/6. BriseU, S/3. :8/, 7/9. ? Chillagoe, 6/, 6/3. Hampdens, 42/9. 43/3, 42/3. Shoes, 51/3, 48/, 47/6, 49/«. .. . Consols, 10/9. , ftwslia, 20/. ?~1_i_-K*. rMHwliJarii ' Ait Associaled, 6/10J, 7/. Ealgurli, ' 47/6, 48/9/ ? Ivanhoe, 80/. Boulders, 11/9, U/6, U/1J. Greal Fitzroy, 5/. Chaffer's, 1/. ? . Links, 2/li. ' ' Stare, .3/. Northern, 5/. Perseverance, -3/1J.

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SHARE MARKET. SATURDAY MORNING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

SHAKE MARKET, . SATURDAY MOKN ING. With - a- finning of the lead market to £17 X2/6 per ton and better prices ruling in London yesterday for shares, it was not surprising to -see an' active market on the Adelaide 'Ghange this morning, and ex tra large trading was recorded, in Junc tions about 6,000 shares were dealt in at the first meeting, and by 1 P-n»- the turnover exceeded 10,000 shares. Prices hardened to 9/5, but eased to 9/2. British had more attention than in the past few days, and closed about 74d. higher than final sale on Friday. Norths had sales effected at £6 6/ and £6 7/6, while for South (paid) £8 2/ was paid and contributing £7.13/6, showing an ad vance on Friday's rates of about 5/. Bro ken Hills, Block 14, Junction Norths, and South Extended all met with light trading at prices ruling from 2d. to lOidTnigher than on previous day. Copper shares were quiet, -the only movements being in Wallaroo, which finned lid.; Chillagoe, at Id. under late rates; and O.K., which h...

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

' ? ? ? METAIA Cop^.8*™8'^ £77 2/6. £77 15/, £78 io'/. £Knf £203, £201, £200, £20* 10/, £207 10/. Soelter. £25 15/, £26. £25 17/6. Lead. £16 15/, £16 17/6, £16 18/9, £17 3/9, £17 12/6. - .......

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

The Pinnacle of Perfection, HATS As Worn by H.M. The King. . -.I-'.- ? .'?'.- ? k15-5c

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

DEWAR'S Imperial Whisky. 'Most Excellent.' nsl25c Happy Smiles instead of Dreary Miles with BARNET GLASS TYRES. MADE IN h^V BASNET GLASS RUBBER AUSXEALLAN EOADS. ~^^B ANT) ALL STATES. . ' hl37-44 Jot» Printing Done Better! . . , At . - . CURRENT RATES. HAIL NEWSPAPERS, LTD., GTLBEBT PLACE, ADELAIDE. Telephones-®tO, 3841. 38*&, THE WHISKY OF A G E A H D S E P U £ A T I O N, BWIAN1 'RED SEAL.' W. P. AULD & SONS, LTD., SOtE AQEOTS. . - ? , ? -? ? . ? 1 ? ' ' ' , - htb125c ???-???? . ? ??;??.? *Z ?*??? -= .?'??? ?? ? ~'' '????££. The South Australian Brewing Company, 1 Limited. . 8 the ? ? '-. -;/m WEST ENDI 'XXX 31 Bitter Beer I IB THE ONLY .9 NATURALLY CONDITIONS BRIGHT BEER I PRODUCED ? IN THE STATE. ' .-- ? Brewed and Bottled at the WEST END BBEWfcttY, w. ..'..:. Printed and published, by Clarence Moody, for The Mail Wefnspapers, limit* ed, at the offices, Gilbert place,. Ade laide, where advertisements, orders, iaUd communications are received. ' ~ :

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SEASONABLE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

SEASONABLE NOTES. ' Breed . for ' 'quality,' .not 'quantfty.' ?Don't try to force your', breeders '.for a heavy egg .yield;, what you want is quality in the eggs,' not quantity. If in doubt , which are your best birds when. ready to mate them, have .some one who understands the breed mate them for nest- -results. By .having this done trou ble for -years to come may be avoided. It is essential to success that you should know not merely what your present breed ing stock . is, but how long any jdesired characteristics have been maintained in their parentage. Bigger business awaits all the breeders ?vho will go in for improving thrn-r flrwfrp. Keep a book in which to note down tacts gained by observation and experi ence.

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

J. C. HADDY & SON, TJNDERTAKERS AST) EMBALMEES. 115 FLINDERS STREET, ADELAIDE. . 'Phone 1677; . '' ?, ST. VINCENT STREET, PORT ADELAIDE, ? 'Phone IB);. JETTY BOAD, GLENELG, 'Phone 78; JUNCTION BOAD, BOSEWATER. ? ? ' sl32c FRANK J. SIEBERT, CNDERTAK&R AND ' KMPAT.nnrp^ 47 WAKEFIELD STREET, (Private .Residence,- No. 49). FUNERALS CARRIED OUT ON SHORTEST HOTICE UNDER PERSONAL SUPERVISION. ?',:'.'.. - 'FHPSE So. 413. , £153-328 GEORGE E. DOWNS FURNEHDTG UNDERTAKE!! Only AWfa- - 278 WARD STREET, N. ADELAIDE. ?Phone 1269-CentaL «132c

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BLACK ORPINGTONS. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN FANCIER TO THE FRONT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

BLACK! ORPINGTONS. SOUTH AUSTRALIAIf FANCIER TO THE FRONT. At the Poultry, Pigeon, and Canary Show, Sydney, K.S.W., held this week, Mr. F. J. Wimble, our black Orpington specialist, won the following prizes: — Se- cond prize hen, first and second prize coc kerel, third prize pullet. Mr. Wimble is to be congratulated an having bred birds of such quality, and for hjfl enterprise in competing there, as. Syd ney is considered to oe the home of the black Orpingtons in Australia. ? ' Mr. Wimble was a most successful com petitor in Melbourne last year, and, with these successes added, he can now class his birds among the champions of the States. - . -This is the reward of being a specialist in. one breed.. . . .- - .. , -,-'...- .-

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POLICE COURT. ADELAIDE: Saturday, June 8. (Before Messrs. T. Gepp, S.M., the Hon. Wallis, M.L.C., and Mr. R. Correll.) [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

POLICE COURT. ADELAIDE: Saturday, June 8.     (Before Messrs: T. Gepp, S.M., the Hon. F.S Wallis, M.L.C., and Mr. R. Correll.)   Eight men and two women were fined for in- sobriety.        

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DEAR MEAT. Women's Violent Protest. Shop-smashing Campaign. NEW YORK, June 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

DEAR MEAT.       Women's Violent Protest Shop-smashing Campaign. Five hundred women, pledged to make war upon the high price of staple foods, have started a campaign of violence in Brooklyn. They directed their efforts to the meat shops, and the plate-glass door of one shop was shattered. Other   shops were attacked, and the dealers were warned against offering meat for sale. Eight obeyed, and removed their meat, promising that no further sales should   take place until the prices were lower.

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ALLOWANCES FOR CADET OFFICERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

IALLOVTANCES FOR CADET OFFICERS. ? The Minister for Defence has recently enquired into the question of allowances for cadet officers. The chief complaint, he .finds, relates not so much to the wnount, as to the time of payment. Under the regulations the allowance cannot be paid until a years service bas been ren dered, fie proposes to alter that, and hare the payments half-yearly. Pay ment for the first six months, by this ruis, is- to he made at once. Some of the nmcen bare served for 11 months without: Swearing .any part of the amount. As to- uniforms, officers are to receive the Commonwealth pattern jackets, trou sers;- sad forage caps, in addition to the Woollen fchirt, cord breeches, hat, and pu; tiesalready supplied. Commandants hav/& been instructed to submit requisitions for supplies. Owing to complaints that ofa «3» have not been adequately supported by -their superiors in maintaining order. among cadets, instructions were issued that eases fe*- breach of discipline...

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THE CHAPMAN-ALEXANDER MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

THE CHAPMAN-ALEXANDEB MISSION. In the best and truest sense the work done by these missioners and their con freres has only just begun, although the special services {so far as Adelaide is con cerned) are over. It is 'results' that count— not crowded meetings; and in' this respect there seems good reason for the rejoicing that has been indulged in. The music and the shouting dies, The c&pt&inE ssd tile hosts depsrt* Still stands Thine gra^nf -sacrifice, A broken and a contrite heart; Xcrd^God of Hosts be with us yet, &st we forget— lest we forget. In one particular the recent series of mid day .services, for men-lacked a feature that we believe in- the minds of many gave a fine and -memorable touch to the series held three years ago. Each of those meet ings opened with a recital by that crowd of men, led by Dr- Chapman, of the 23rd Psalm. It was an inspiring and undenia bly helpful feature, and we have wished that it had been repeated. It was a ample act of s...

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SIXTEEN DAYS WITHOUT FOOD IN A FOREST Mr. Savage Landor's Privations in Brazil. 5,000 Mile March. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

SIXTEEN DAYS WITH OUT FOOD IN A FOREST Mr. Savage Landor's Priva tions in Brazil, 5,000 Mile March, 'We were 16 days in the forest with out a morsel to eat. . . . For myself, although accustomed to roughing it, I nearly died.' Such, says Mr. A. H. sav age Landor, the well-known traveller, was his terrible experience on his latest journey 'through unexplored Brazil.' The expedition occupied 18 months in 'all, and included a march of about 5,000 miles crossuig South America and back, 'My journey,' said Mr. Savage Landor (who has just returned to England), 'included the whole of the unexplored part of Brazil between Bio and Manaos in the great central basin of the Xingu, Tapa joz, and Madeira rivers, a region which the Brazilians themselves have always re garded as impenetrable. After crossing Brazil I went over the Andes through Peru, to Lima, thence to Cuzco and Lake Titi(*af*Hj to examine the Inca ruins. 2*ext I went across Bolivia and Chile to Anto fagasta, from this point to 'Valp...

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WEDDINGS. MR. PERCY SANDFORD TO MISS CHRYSE MATTLAND HUSSEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

WEDDINGS. MR. PERCY SANDFORD TO MISS CHRYSE MAITLAND HUSSEY. A picturesque wedding took place at the North Adelaide Baptist Church on Satur day, June 1, the bride being Miss Chryse Maitland, second daughter of Mr. Mait land Jlussey, oi *_«av&iuu»»;, *~™ — terrace, North Adelaide, and the bride groom, Mr. Percy W. Sandford. The officiating clergyman was the Rev. W. Brainsby. Mr. Fletcher James ably pre sided at the organ, and the church was beautifully decorated by girl friends ot the bride; Miss Hussey's lovely gown was of ivory Oriental duchesse satin, with an overdress of exquisite Brussels point lace made in tunic efiect, and had a perfectly plain square-cut train. A stole of handsome pearl embroidery fell from the waist at one side, and the dainty sleeves were finished with a narrow pearl fringe. The bride's flowers were white exotics and fern, and held in place with long streamers. She was attended by two bridesmaids— Miss Sandford (aster of ibe bridegroom) and Miss Win...

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ROMANCE OF THE PAGE MILLIONS. Woman Claims Acres Worth 30 Millions. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

ROMANCE OF THE PAGE MILLIONS, Woman Claims Acres Worth 30 Millions. Demand to have thirty million pounds' worth of proverty diverted to her ac count was made in the Probate Court on April 24 by Mrs. Charlotte Ann Tap penden, a widow. The romance of the Page millions had come to occupy the attention of the president, who observed that he had never heard of the estates be fore that day. Richard Page and John Page, who led an adventurous life, and disappeared in Brazil in the sixties, have been presumed dead, and the plaintiff is a niece of theirs. She claims that she and her sister Theodosia Hillj were sole surviving heiresses of Henry Page, who died in 1829. Counsel proceeded to out ine the romance. 'Tne property,' said Mr. Marshall °.n; K.C., for the defen dant, 'of which I have to establish my client as heiress is almost beyond the dreams of avarice. It rsrcprth from 20 to 30 millions sterling. Who has got it nobody knows for certain.' The pro perty consists of some 40,000 acres at...

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

FOREIGN. Election riots in Brussels caused the troops and police to be called out, and .-?everal rioters were injured. The police are stated to have discovered the famous picture 'Mona Lisa,' which was recently stolen from the Louvre. There is a strike of cooks' and waiters in New York, and the employers axe or ganising negro strike breakers. Three bombs were thrown into a city riilliard room in San Francisco, but no lives were lost. Fez, the capital of Morocco, is still under siege, but the French Commandant asserts bis ability to defend the city. President Taft urges the need of mn'-- diate legislation to suppress the drug habit in America. ? - ' ' '? ? ' H '.',- The revolt of negroes is cansng'ziudi Hpprehension all through Cub*. TrMJJp Iiebitants of Havana have - been feasting attack. The rebels burnt the townMx Lanaya alter a vigorous siege. ~ ' Five persons perished fromgu furoes in a gram well in the1 Fairmont district i oi CincinattL ' : '\ '.'. A diver working at' the Frenc...

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THE MIRROR OF FASHION. Odds and Ends of Interest. Fancy Dresses for the Bairns. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

THE MIRROR OF FASHION. Odds and Ends of Interest. I Fancy Dresses for the Bairns. If we are ever to enjoy a revelry in, smart sale-remnants it must be now, lor the winter sales are in full swing, and they are to a large degree accountable tor As nnh that has cot. in. Those womfen who have delayed in procuring the fin* tempting offers in desirable Bhort-lengtnB, 4c., are being hard put to to get their bar gains delivered' in time for each epeaaX wed event. The clever and experienced bargain hunter must have scored, for in my wanderings I have seen the most de lightful dress lengths suitable for after noon wear, and more especially for even ing wear, at very tempting prices, and those who muBt necessarily make the most of a Email purse can, at the moment, add to their wardrobe inexpensive confections, completed by some of the most handsome bead embroideries, which are play ing an important part in dress economy just now. Almost every gown, whether for day or evening wear, is suplement...

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

ARCADIA CAFE. THE SOCIAL EENDEZVODS. Beautifully appointed, Courteous Awnsfemfa. and Tempting Viands have made tlic 'Arcadia' jost what will please yon. ARCADIA CAFE, -SUUS LTD.), B0WKAN ABCADE, KING WILLIAM OT. 8153c H. R.CHRISTIAN Jeweller and Designer, . . . 37 KING WTTXTAM ?KI'UftMf. Cheapest dfareBerjr: Jlonse-ia-the City. gsl25o

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SYDNEY MARKET. SYDNEY, June 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

SYDNEY MARKET. SYDNEY, June 8. In the Sydney produce market there was a strong demand for Adelaide chaff— over 15,000 bags which were shipped last week being sold. There is expected to be a big advance in butter next Week. Breadstuffg.— Wheat (f.a.q.). on soot, 4/41 to 4/5; forward delivery (July to August), 4/51 to 4/6; prime duck, 4/5 -to 4/6; medium. 4/2 to 4/3J. Flour.— City makes new season's, £10; country makes (new), £9 17/6 per ton. Forage. — Chaff, Victorian prime, wheaten, £7 to £7 5/; .oaten, £6 15/ to £7; oaten straw, £5 10/ to £5 15/; Adelaide wheaten, prime, £7 5/; choice, £7 10/; Tasmanian oaten, £6 15/; New Eeaian.3 oaten, £7 per ton. Lucerne hay, local, and Hunter River, good new, green, £6 10/; heated green, £5 10/; and prime brown sweated, £6. Good dry green hay, in small bales, £7 per ton. Maize— Northern River, prime, white, 5/4; prime yellow, 5/6; Java, 5/ to 5/2 per busheL Oats — Tasmanian giants, 3/6 to 3/7; second quality, 3/5; sparrowbills, 3/5; Algerian (V...

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

SHIPPING* ' ' ' . ?P. ' A '-£ rBEUANTLE, WDIA, CHINA, AFD- COBttS. FIEST AHD SECOND 8AL00HB OHXX. Bt»n--' (Tons. I Conmuuider. tww '- yrnnAt .. ', liooo' WltBrowiCKRB. JdBfeSO MARMORA.. 10500 S.deB4Jockyer,Ri£B JWt 4 MOLU&VIA... 10000 E. H. Gordon — *aj-» MALOJA ? ;-25oo G.H.CWeston3HR tag. 1. MONGOLU. icono aF-PrestOD,B.N.B. asfelg And fortmgbflj- tterariter. SAILINGS TO MEUBO0RNB AKD SYDNEY. Steamen. ? I*er« Adriaid*. MACEDONIA .. .. .. :. .. .. ?? ..- *»Jr H- KOREA ? Ma-g5 Ail Steamen fitted usth Vfeetea-XriCBNte. FIBST AND SECOND SALOON IXhaam Knitt ed to Europe, IhdU, Chin*. and-Wmm. i» tndia, &c. EtKCial ami BomuMte^TaW Ex cursions arranged; also thhtugh j»Mag»i to Hew Yorif. Passages unond T'fH!i *^*y twiti 8bcc£al Holiday Betnrn Tickets to. Colombo. For Information and FdnHbryta apply to' yn.pyn^ sUlTHt & GO* ^UHnED.' AcentL attfie THE ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP COMPANY, LIMITED will «^i*|uf I'fr- ^t°*'MfffP froni-Itoil' Adriavte yiim^ ? . ALBANY AND FREMAOTB...

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