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THE REALM of WOMEN THE SOCIAL WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

I''?*?'''?*'''-''''-**'-?*--''--------'-- ? ....................*.............«.... ? ... M..:.^;;;r;r:-r*' ? ..»--..—.-.-*-...?»—-».....—...». ? »* ? — -^^.^?^m^^mb^sm^m^ssbssssmsssbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbm THE SOCIAL WORLD. By 'Irene.' ' The prolonged autumn weather of the past few vreeks has somewhat bewil dered everybody. It is so much more like September than June, yet no one can talk or even think of going £.way; in fact, social duties are accumu lating every day, and the desire to fill them is not on the wane. On Monday last His Excellency the Governor (Sir Day Bosanquet) held a levee at Government House in honour of the birthday of His Slajesty the King. A compliment was paid to the cadet force by one of the fenior corps being chosen to provide the guard of honour. The proceedings lasted less than half an hour, after which His Excellency, accompanied by Mr. Row (Pri vate Secretary) and Capt. Fletcher (AJ3.C), motored down to the Alderman Cup, held at Victoria ...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CYCLING. NORTH ADELAIDE CLUB'S DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

CYCLING. NORTH ADELAIDE CLUB'S DIJy^ER. Tlietc was a. large and representative gathering of T.-!ieeli«en at Gepp's Aurora Hotel, Adelaide; on' Saturday evening, June 8, on the occasion of the annual dinner ot tae Aorth Adelaide IJycUng Oub, which was founded On November. '25, 1883. Mr. G. M. Evan presided, and after, getting throligb a nierfuj of -some'7 13 items the '6erious'' part, of the ? evezoag ? was,, be gun with the toast of the King, proposed by the- chairman, and honoured with mu sical accompaniment, after which the Song of Australia was rendered by.' the Outlaw Choir, presided- over by'-Mr. Hus Hancock, and then rendering a topical -song set to special music, and having particular refe rence to thfe proposer of . the .t4sa»t of club life and the founders of the club, conned with the name if Mx. John Hammer (the club's president?. . The proposer 'of 'jthe toast in a. humorous speech did justice* to the occasiqn,v-and the Bho'wing of his photo on the wall .by the aid «t -a ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VICTORIAN SHARE MARKET. MELBOURNE, June 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

VICTORIAN SHARE MARKET. MELBOURNE, June 8. Colonial Bank (pref.), 12/4 buyer; do. (pret), £5 12/6, £5 18/; National Bank (ord.), £5 0/0, £5 1/6; Victoria Bank (ord.), 90/. 91/; Boyal Bank, 25/ buyer; Herald (ord.), 40/, 47/; Mri bcurne, 18/9; Modem, 38/6 buyer; J. Sharp, 22/6, ?_?/10; Goldsbrough, 44/6, 44/9; Melbourne Trust, «/6, 4/6; LO.A., 7/2 seller; Foster Brewery, 21/, £1/9; Equity, 20/6 buyer; National, 14/6 buyer; trustee, wf ouyer, union, ^t/o uuyer, »c l-ourne Trams, 41/, 41/14; Silverton, £5 7/ buyer; Amalgamated Zinc, 34/3, 34/41; Barnet Glass B, 79/, 20/; Dunlop, 25/: Huddart's (ord.), 14/7, 14/9; do. (pret), 12/9 buyer; Block 10, 47/, 48/; British, 59/9, 60/; Broken Hill. 52/3, 52/6; Junc tion North, 15/8, ,15/9; Worths, £6 7/; Sooth fcon.); £7 10/ buyer; do. (paid), £8 1/6, £8 2/6; Hercules, 13/6, 14/6; Chillagoe, 6/7, 6/S; ilampden, 41/3, 41/6; Mount Elliott, £5 11/, £5 Wl; Mount Lyells, 32/6. 32/9; Cathcart, 26/9, £?7; Centrals, 55/, 55/6; New Langi, 18/4, 18/6; Joh...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DUCHESS OF CONNAUGHT. Feeling Better. MONTREAL, June 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

DUCHESS OF CON- NAUGHT.       Feeling Better. MONTREAL. June 5. The Duchess of Connaught, who is suf- fering from a slight attack of peritonitis, is stated to be improving.      

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DIED ON THE THIRD DECK. Fate of the Restauranter. Way of Bscape Closed. LONDON, June 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

DIED ON THE THIRD DECK. Fate of the Restauranter. Way of Escape Closed.   LONDON, June 7.           The English committee of enquiry into the Titanic catastrophe sought an expla- nation to-day why most of the restaurant   staff of the lost liner were drowned.   Paul Mouge, a restaurant clerk, alleged that the men who worked with him were prevented from reaching the second class deck by some of the stewards.     Mouge says he was aroused by the ring- ing of an alarm bell. When he asked what was the matter he was told that there was no danger, and that he had   better go to sleep. He went out to the boat deck and saw Capt. Smith assisting people to enter the boats. They seemed disinclined to go, because   they reckoned it was safer to stay aboard. Mouge added that he went below to wake the chef and other members of the restaurant s...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
RANGE OF SALES. Monday, June 3, to Saturday, June 8. INVESTMENT STOCKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

BANGE OF SALES. MondajyJnne 3, to Saturday, June 8. INVESTMENT STOCKS. Bank of Adelaide- -40), sales £7 12/, dosing buyer £7 11/, seller £7 13/6. Commercial Bank (pre£). closing seller £5 15/. Commercial Bank (ord.), dosing seller 14/. National Bank (ord.), closing seller £5 2/6. Victoria, closing seller £4 U/6. Insurance of Australia 0,100), sales 7/, 6/11, dos ing buyer 6/11, seller 7/1. Reinsurance, dosing seller 5/0. Bagot, Shakes, & Lewis, closing seller 1073. Elder Smith, Limited, closing seller £6 17/. Executor Trustee and Affency, closing- buyer £2 . 14/. ? . ... ? . ,-.. Goldsbrough, Mort, closing briber £2 5/, seller £2 6/. Melbourne Trust, dosing Jjnyer 4/5, seller 4/7. BroktnHill Gas, dosing buyer 6/4 S.A. Gas, dosing buyer £13 5/. Adelaide Electric Supply (ord.) (30), sales '£3 RIG ra 9/A or At* oindnir hrnror £0 If. Hclbourne Electric Supply (pref.), closing buyer £6 2/6, seller £6 5/. Melbourne Electric Supply (ord. con.) (MOO), sales 34/, 'closing buyer 24/, ...

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

CHAPTER X. PpntiTWAnt 'Joan Seymour disliked in tensely, but she- had a genius for. friend- ship, and had given to Basil a living that was sincere- and profound. His' an nouncement that he had left .the service came as a great surprise, and she at once went to her uncle for -information, hand i_2 to him Basil's letter. According to my official knowledge, Basil Thorn resigned,' Sir James re marked drily. 'Perhaps you have .nrivate information that is different,'' she suggested. 'T know nothing at all.' 'I do wish you would find out. I am very worried about him. The poor boy has seen so much trouble, and ? ' 'I don't quite see how I can ask ques tions; but ril do my best.' However, Joan was in no mood to wait patiently, and accordingly made her fruit less call upon Swayne. Some two months later she chanced to read in the papers that Sir Hilary Stanton bad ar rived from the Gold Coast, and she jumpsd at the chance of ascertaining from the fountain head what had really happened. Bo, whe...

Publication Title: Mail, The
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The Red Streak SERIAL STORY ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. CHAPTER IX. (CONTINUED). [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

The Red Streak SERIAL STORY -By WILMOT KATE.) ftT.T. BIGHTS RESERVED. CHAPTER IX- (CONTDTOED). With a sigh of infinite .regret he signed his name. There was no doubt -that she 'would hear' wfia't 'had Happened from her uncle — and a flush of shame came to his cheeks at the thought that she should know of his brutal conduct. Then there was Sir James Seymour, who had trusted and believed him— he, too, would be bit terlv disaDDointed. The waiting became dreary in the ex treme, and an idea came to him, which he proceeded' to put into immediate exe cution by sending a cable to Swayne, asking htm to come at once to the Santa Catalina Hotel, Las Palmas. There would be plenty of time for Basil to go there and return before it would be necessary to appear in Court. Accordingly he dis patched a letter to Sykes telling him of the change in his plans, and as soon as ai» answering cable in the affirmative from Bwayne arrived he caugfrt the nest home ward-bound steamer: The voyage passed without ...

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COVERS FOR THE TOILET TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

COVERS FOR 'i'H u TOILET TABLE Simplicity shoula characterise the covers of {he toilet table. Such covers have two obvious purposes, first, to protect the top of a piece of furniture that necessarily encounters hard wear; and, second, to avoid fiie clatter priwtwg from the coin*. Etant contact of metal and glass toilet articles with the hard wood. Ohobstru siveness should mark the choice oi.iuter rial for this purpose, otherwise it detracts from the effectiveness not only of the fur niture itself, but also of the silver or ivory articles with which the top is laden. * As ail such covers necessarily meet witii much wear they should be of a fabric thai per mits -of -frequent washing. There are a score of pretty and appropriate materials, scch as plain white linen, buttonholed and initialed, or with a cleverly designed mo nogram; plain or delicately figured piques and flowered dimities. Those fortunate in possessing old hand-woven linen as an in heritance from a grandmother's chest hav...

Publication Title: Mail, The
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Upstairs and Downstairs. HINTS FOE BED MAKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

Upstairs and Downstairs. HINTS FOE BED MAKING. To make up a bed so it will be smooth tuck the clothes in, one piece at a time, at the sides, and complete the work all but tucking the clothes in at the foot. Xoyv draw the clothes down, one piece at a time, as taut as possible, and tuck them in at tbe foot. The bed will be far neater looking than would' otherwise be possible, ff the bed is of iron or brass, which does not permit of tucking in the coverlet, tuck in the other clothes as directed, plac ing the coverlet over all. To have pil lo-.vs plump and smooth on a bed punch thein in well from each corner toward the middle before replacing them on the bed. Smooth them into proper shape, and then lay them in position at the head of the bed. TWO DESIGNS ON NET, EM WHICH COLOUBED SILKS ARf. USED. TWO DESIGNS ON NET, EM WHICH COLOUBED SILKS ARf. USED. SOME HOME-MADE EMBROIDERIES. Embroidery on net is shown above; the roses are worked solid, while between them the net is darned with the f...

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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
The Realm of Women From a Woman's Point of View. VAUDEVILLE IN ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

p=^^=B~!^— ?? — — ? From a Woman's Point of View. (By MADGE.) VAUDEVILLE IN ADELAIDE. In judging all things there must be an accepted standard, chosen with a due re gard for circumstances and suitability, and the first thing to emphasise and remem ber is what the performance or product in question professes to be. One does not compare the work of an amateur painter on china with the masterpieces of Turner or Watts, though the amateur may pro duce delightful and artistic dessert ser vices and teacups. Neither does one com pare the humours of the light comedy man in musical comedy with the subtle witticisms of Oscar Wilde— each, no doubt is excellent in his own way, and each caters lor a special section ot the public So it is with the vaudeville entertain ments of to-day. For those who prefer them there are' concerts and serious drama. The section of the public which can afford to spend money lavishly on amusements knows what it wants, asks for it, and gets it. But there are -others t...

Publication Title: Mail, The
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HOW TO MARK TABLE LINEN AND TOWELS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

HOW TO MARK TABLE LINEN AND TOWELS. ! All linen— to be complete— should be finished with i-nitjalu or monogram. Tablecloths and napkins are marked in the corner— the tablecloth far enough in co nave at snow. upon the table. Some housewives like this marking repeated in each corner of the cloth, but as the real purpose of lettering is for identification rather than for decoration it seems super fluous, to go through this formality at each point of the compass. For.jease in inark ng one can buy the paper initials and em broider over them. The most satisfactory and lasting way, however, is to have them stamped and to stuff the letters with cot t-in refore working, as there is then no danger of their Iosiag shape in the wash ing Ove of the most delightful, as well as simplest, methods of marking linen is with the old-fashioned cross-stitch. For towels especially t.liip has a particularly charming and decorative effect. Small looks filled 'irith quaint figures, such as baskets cf- flower...

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

THE TBIUMPH OF 30 YEARS* ? EXPERIENCE.. SWXOOK'S LETITIA CAKE, Price 6 d. Stands UNEQUALLED AT THE PKICE, OE AT ANY PRICE. ' ' g BUNDLE BTEEET. [ injPq &™ Your Combings «nd haw iUUlXslO them made up into Switches, tin Curls, Puffs, fee. Ladies' Combings Bought LADIES* TOILET SALOON, (» FXRIE STREET, ADELAIDE. JAS. FOBDHAH, Proprietor. ORNAMENTAL HAIR ^gg^' ?' jW^yflJtol Wigs, Fringes, TnmtfnmntiOM, and Switches. Highest quality. Lowest fc^nwBMHMI Prices. ladies' own Combings land Cuttings made up to Any Design.. - A -g^SE^ilKlBP' Seasonable J *&V8qHll3sI Empire Hair Dye Highly Eecbnunended. Sample Bottle, 1/: fe wBjb«fiy XT D TT P IX ABTESTJC ? ' C ? ^B^ EUTHVES HAHSIOKS, FDJJTENEY ST.. near EXHIBITION BUILDINGS. ? Jfl -3^!k Ladies end Gentlemen's BunJresing Booms, tbe Larerst and Host IS v«4el!^^^. Beplete-intneCity. . IWTffirLt 2l PEJVATE BOOMS YOB. LADES. 'Phone S5W. 71 *^Jg/S A FOB MANY YEABS THE NAME OF STUMP & CO. Has been associated with the FINEST PHO...

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DANCERS At TIVOLI. New English Stars. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

DANCERS At 1WOLL New English Stars. The principal new artistes who appeared et the .TivoU Theatre to-night, when the customary change of programme was pre sented, were the Sisters Casselli, Englisb pngers ana aancers. ine two handsome ertrstes, who were smartly frocked, open ed' their turn with a catchy snog, 'A Siste«~ to You,' and followed it with a smart dance; ? bat it was after their second dainty offering, 'Lala-lala-la,' that they treated the audience .to dancing worth ? while, : Heir movements, were executed gracefully yet without apparent effort, and although they attempted nothing very in tricate they performed several startling evolutions. Their time was perfect; throughout, while their high kicking was. superb. They have wonderful control over their lissome limbs, and- the outburst of applause at the ' conclusion of their per formance was well merited. Aubrey Mal lalieu and Lea Douglas -presented a well written 20-minute comedy, .full of laugh=. briskly and cleverly. -Th...

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FEDERAL GAZETTE. MELBOURNE, June 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

FEDERAL GAZETTE. MELBOURNE, June 8,' Applications will, be receiyed, an'til'iMay 22 for the poation ©f market gardener in the' Northern Teratory^it.a' salajrjr of £4-. per week and quarters.: ' - ' Following were iiocee^slfi&33ndidates at the examination hQd oa' -^[ay 18 to ea able telegraph messengers and other gene ral , diyisiop. officers 'to demonstrate their telegraphic efficiency:—' ' . ? '?? Messengers— W. P. Green, J. G. Hendry, E. JR. Jarvis, C. C. Schroder, P. C. D: Sy mons. ? ' ? ,: . ..':'.? Other genBrati^aivison officer6:^R, A. Jlj^gi^A .ft .Hjb^ B. gaiiflnr, ¥HR-3Jy _ Applications will'fe recMVed until June 22 for the position of wireless station en (pneer .operator in ''charge ; at Adelaide. NAyj^ASDMILITAKy. * :'. - '..'.'.' ; The . period of - service of -Lieut. Oliver L. A.-Burford, district naval officer at Port Adelaide, has been- ectend«d-So December 31, 1»I3. ' The foabmn^4«mporary ap pointments have : been approsfidi—W.H. Edmunds, Austi^^;;In^e&am...

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The Mail. ADELAIDE: MIDNIGHT SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1912. MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

The Mail, ADELAIDE: MIDNIGHT SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1912. MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS. While the necessity is acknowledged of medical inspection of schools, care must be taken that the reform is developed on commonsense lines. Many of the apparent defects of childhood axe defects of growth; and Nature, if unchecked, trill rectify them in time. Medical inspection of schools belongs to preventive health mea sures, and as a system should be eoordi rated with the public health provisions. Site child is the same child, whether '.n the home, the school, the street, or the factory, and his physical welfare is -m entity not to be subdivided among a num ber of conflicting authorities. The medical officer for the district should make the general medical inspection of schools. He itrould be able to weed out the few cases fcr treatment by specialists or otherwise; end what is not less important could fol low those children to their homes whose environment was the cause of trouble. A Email staff of...

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

THEKEMEL. 0 ? By 'Wire Hair.' POULTRY and KEHKEL CLUB'S SHOW. June 28th and 29th. EXHIBITION BUILDINGS. ENTRIES CLOSE JUNE 8. Prize Lists sent to any address: CLAUDE WINCHESTER, Secretary. 23 Waymouth street. el53 national sagy ' Office, 23 Waymbuth street, Adelaide. . Fire, Marine, Accident. .Tbc Oompuiy slso txndtxiskcfl Livestock Insurance against Fatal Accident or death from Natuial Cftuses. Foil particular! of rates obtainable from Com pany's Agents in all Towns throughout the State; or' ???'?? J. A. EILET, Manager for S.A. (Written Exclusively for 'The MaH') COMING SHOWS. June 22— The Fox Terrier and Irish Terrier Clubs of New South Wales. ' Jane 2S, 29— At Adelaide. The S.A. Poultry and Kennel Club. J. H. Ward judges bulldogs; G. M. -Dancan all other classes. July IS. 19— Port Adelaide P. ? & D. Society. Judges— Greyhounds and Whippets, F. Har vey; Spaniels and Field Dogs, A. Parks; Collies and Poms, G. L. Luck; Terriers, A. Hilton; Bulldogs, G. M. Duncan. July 24 to ...

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A WOMAN'S PLEA. Was Site Dragged? [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

A WO3ttAN?S PLEA. :;' Was^Slie Bniggeil^ A well-buflt,. neatly dressed women of good appearance' 'and .about 30 years ol age. was charged (before Mr. ' T. 'Gepiv fJJJU Hdn.J'- B. Walfis. MX.-3_ aa?Mn! R.-Oorrell), at the Adelaide Police 'Couil on . Saturday morning with ^having beea -crunk on the previous ' evening' on -Nord terrace. V 'When' asked to plead she said ''Not guilty.' in a clear,. convincing tonei Mr. C. M. Mnirheadr^etendedr^ . unstable «jauinan .gave evidence of th« arrest.of, accused at about 9 o'clock on Friday night. ... . ? ' . ^Accused (on oath) said she -waE' nndet the^.doctorV; caa^ ; and was «oing- alona - 'North .teraceJealled iBto^the-Buck^s Head ITarel, s^d^atttwo ]^^5t^e% and brandy, -*ould not* recall : anything 'after ' ebe ha3 bad fl^e' seobhd one. Her husband was -- Superintendent of the-Rrfe Brigade in New; Zealand. She admitted having cot ano ther 'person to.pay a fine. .for. drunkenness, andcame out ot«aol on tridayj a feu; Th'e 'Bench ^ found 'her,...

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CLOUDLESS SKIES. No Sign of Rain. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

CLOUDLESS SKIES. MoBisusiJ^m^ ?We are all still looking for that clouH , . no .bigger than % man's hand which ;wil| . , denote ^he rain. South ' Australia : wants f . a flood. : It *-zniL 'be 'too late-no?r^-r j many' pastoralists except for purposes -rf : water supply, bnt not. too late' to change ? the aspect v«f -iheinture for.~thonsaiid- Saturday TnOrnimj' yreHc^^hete' 5b ftto uke» . lihobd of win- for, some-days. -. ? A veryi iagh '-pressure eysteni -is ceptred over Tas mania, where the barometer reads 30^ This anti-climax 'jcovefs' practically the 'whole ' of. ^Australia.' - and. will control .'th% . weather 'for South Australia. , ^ During the-neit ; few d^ys tte ^ojecast ^ehows fina tpSBfe^j *^j^^- - jo^tb-^aat^-to'^j^rth-e^LBh winSe^ . -'?'''* 'T--' '''r£V.'rn'' .' - ';' '.' ?-.= j ^??:' ^Bffi^fOO§S;;^f^^CE. . ' ?'Sour' averalge^man ^wfiJlf iiot- deeplij verBiBd'.in science reckons that the moon has a great influence, on the ?weather^ l * and possibly he is not far wrong. '...

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

WOOL. Woolgrowers need rain. Since last writing rain has., fallen over a large area, But .how much?/The south-western parts of Western Australia, Le., the districts lying west of a line drawn from rather east of Fsperance ' to about 100 miles north of Geraldtoh, have received a good soaking, end the. worst drought thai district has buffered for 40 years has 'been ended. Eyre's Peninsula is the best district of South Australia. . Reports from there chow that the March rain, aided by their heavy dews and 6ome showers that did not spread eastward, have given them a fair : growth' of- feed— quite sufficient, ex cept along the coastal districts of Spencer's Gulf, jU- enable owners to save their lamb.s. Last? week saw a .most valuable fall over ttc (southern' hills,' , Adelaide' Plains, and' the south-east'; 'but the fall wag too light over the lower north and . the Murray Flats to Jbe.of much value. The position in the two lastmentioned districts could scarcely be worse. Stockowners ther...

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