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

COMMERCIAL. Wheat market is distinctly; firmer, and 4/ to the farmers, on basis of Bort Adi 'aide delivery, would be freely given, but fherc is little inclination on the part of growers to realise on .'their holding; and merchants report 'only- small lots finding; their way to .millers' and merchants' i=tores. The ; week-end also shows English market much stronger after some days of comparative inactivity, and following sales have been cabled:— Ingebjorg, P.ort Pirie. sailing February, 39/9; David Dangerej Port Adelaide, January, .40/; 'Loch Tom don, Glenmark, Socotro, all at -39/9; Torth, February, Sydney sailing, 39/41; all at pervqiv of 480 lb. These. are all- resales, and movement is on account of French purchasers. . doubtless ; the vessels ' V»U be ordered on to French coast' ports. There are also several parcels, sold -to Lon don and Liverpool; atielightly lower rates. -Flour is without jfjuotabk /change, al though, m ~ view of - r^jHjUy disappearing wheat stocks, millers are...

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WEEKLY REVIEW. June 3 to June 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

? ? ? \j ? WEEKLY REVIEW. June 3 to June 7. The London share market showed a sub stantial . increase in quotations for shares and values, helped by the continued hard ening of lead .and. copper. This was re flected on the Adelaide . Stock Exchange, and heavy business was put through in copper and silver-leaJ shares. Old Bri tish and Junction received the most atten tion in the Barrier section. In the former, with the amount of 3/ off for dividend, prices opened at 57/6, and . advanced to 60/6, easing to 59/3. At the meeting of shareholders recently held in London the chairman stated that they had in hand nearly £75,000, to which they were adding at the rate of £10,000 per month. Since then further good developments have taken place in the mine at the 1,000 level. Junc tions were largely exchanged .throughout at 8/3 to 8/11. It is rumoured' that the directors of this company have made an arrangement for the loan of £15,000 foe two years. Boutn J^stenaea went to «/.» on rumours of dev...

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THE LEOPARD'S SPOTS. White Star Line. May Alter Its Name. Titanic Aftermath. NEW YORK, June 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

KTHE LEOPARD'S SPOTS. White Star Line.   May Alter Its Name. Titanic Aftermath. NEW YORK, June 7. It is stated on good authority that the   White Star Company, acting on the ad-   vice of Mr. Pierpont Morgan, may change its name.     The matter has been under considera-   Ition for some time, as the Titanic disas- ter has been unconducive to greater busi- ness.

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ROSATALA HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

ROSATALA HANDICAP. Of 125 sovs.; second horee to receive 15 sovb. and third- 10 sovs. from stake. For twoyears old. Five furlongs. £961 10/. SO LADY (Aiya=— Vixen), Mr. A. C. Cutten's, 8 2 (G. Bax) .. ? 1 £73. FlagfalL Mr. H. E. Press's, 6 10-inc. 3 . lb. over (F. Harmer) .. .. : ? 2 £245 10/. Lontar, Mr. C. L. Gardiner's, 6 7 (C. Singer) ? 3 £13. Rayah, 8 3— inc. 3 !b. over (H. D. Carop £60. Polenta, 7 9 (E. W .Campbell). £298. Philharmonic, 7 7 (O. Orsborn). £11 10/. Harmonical, 7 7 (T. Bissett). £197 15/. Epistle, 7 7(4. Anderson). £16 5/. Koomooloo, 7 6 (W. Plummer). £37 5,1. Luger. 7 5 (J. V. Hopwood). £1SJ Wondergraph, 7 2— inc. 3 over (J. Power). £9 10/; Lady Vincent, 6 13 (G. Virtue). £15i Noo-soo^a-lay, 6 9 (A. Doyle) £18 10/. Kayra, 6 13— inc. 5 lb. over (T. Selbv) £30. BiU Douglas, 6 10— inc. 2 lb. over (G' Watkins). £61 10/. DewfalL 6 13J— inc. 54 lb. over (J. S. Francis). £81 51. Viol, 7 0i— inc. 'H lb. over (TV. Big ' lands). £28 10/. Edinol, 7 11-inc 18 lb. over (J. D...

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

Every Thrifty Worioei^ His Own Lsm0&0 . Which would jsu prefer to do— pay rent merely L a* -» tenant, and haw. bo *ta-C ? tber-cbim aOt boate in which you live, or pay the.ojBe-. amount -veeHyrfor tW', yam and become the absolute .owner, of the booae— your --nr». XandlordT -~ ' ~ : ', : It ii pcsrible for thrifty workers to make ??» nmCar arrangement to Qom thrtaih* 5 the. Wp of the Adtsnces to Borne* Act. Many wnta : bkrs. ai a result of ttSt '' ; Act, toos*t hmd at Kehnacott. ' ' * ',» ' ?' ' ? ?- ' Kelmscott is the Ideal Place \ lor a Worker's Home - beeaoa* it It near- Port Adelaide, and flmntedaa* tnSt-iami. Alberton- -Station. It - fa wen tmtrttt. m rrgardf acbeola, dug*, dmrcnes, and otter neeesauiep; ltd i healtfer RdmA. with good aoO, aad *4b» vinr of the iriBa. iV Paymenti can be made taaott yoarown convenience, accordisc to yonr -drcmn- ' : itinm Full particular* and plant soppBed. iree on request O yon ~', it*WDuld - be;- bett«-to call - personally and- Steam 8* ...

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THE SECOND LADY LYNE. MAY AND DECEMBER. Daughters Surprised. Scene in the Hospital. SYDNEY, June 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

THE SECOND LADY LYNE. MAY AND DECEMBER. Daughters Surprised. Scene in the Hospital. (By 'Mail' Special Telegram.) SYDNEY, June 8. Sir William Lyne's secret second mar- riage forms the subject of a mild sensa- tion in political and social circles in Syd- ney to-day. It will be remembered that the veteran politician took suddenly ill at a meeting in Sydney some months ago, and has since been an inmate of Kirke- ton Private Hospital, Darlinghurst. .The   news has been published to-day in Sydney that, during the long period that he was lying critically ill, his bride, in preserva- tion of the strict secrecy arranged upon, did not visit the hospital, although she was constantly enquiring about him over   the telephone. It needed a great effort on the part of both parties to stand the strain, and in the end her desire to see her bedridden husband led her to take     a step that meant disclosing her identity to, at any rate, a small circl...

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REAL PROPERTY. COSY HOMES FOR WORKING MEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

|||j-4t|p[llililim^^ ? ??' ? XIOSY HOBffiS I FOR WORKING MSN. i\ A departtire from the method and de |ggn of house building common to Ade laide, which cannot be too highly com toended, is a home now in course of con etrnction at Lysle Avenue, Bullington, the new suburb recently cut up by Messrs. Parsons & Wilcox, which is situated near Jly opposite, to Mr. Boxer Ware's well known residence . on the' Henley Beach yoad. ' The writer first noticed this house {ram the tram, and seeing Messrs. Par dons & WilcoVs 'For SaleV board on Ibe land, called on their Mr. Eliis, who |ent «s .the plan which is reproduced here. '-'Xbe, plan is absolutely original, and. specially prepared for them by their ar chitect. f It is 'designed primarily for the crdiii fery-eized suburban allotment usual to Ade jaide, .where there is room for an orna mental front garden, also a fruit and kit: chen garden at the rear. The front gar '&b| if laid out with plenty of lawn and '*' few exotic ...

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SHORT STORY LOVE ON A SEE-SAW. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

SflORT STORY LOVE ON A SEE-SAW. (By MAUD WINIFRED SPENCEJ The young Oxonian was drawing his hands leisurely out of the pockets of his trousers, and reluctantly stowing away under his arm a small Greek lexicon, a textbook of Aristotle, and an English translation. The books had been lying on the win dow sill of the blue parlour for over a -week, unheeded, 6ave -when the maid flick ed the dust off them in the early morn ing. The half-open window was latticed and picturesque. Without, the miniature garden snowed brilliant in the warm Au tmgt sunshine, flower after nower raising Eer head proudly beneath the caress of catty winged butterflies; beyond, the broad fields, enamelled with daisies and buttercups, gave promise of 6ome shade beneath scattered groups of trees; and, binding these, a narrow ribbon of white road wandered away through the placid country to the nearest market town._ The young Oxonian lingered beside tne open window. It was a fatal mistake, for presently a young girl ca...

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SUNDAY IN THE PARK. Its Lights and Shades. Humour and Heroics. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

SUNDAY IN THE PAEK. Its lights and Shades. Humour and Heroics. A picture that will live in the mind as worthy of Adelaide in her fairest rai ment is afforded by a glimpse of the Bo tanic Garden in the autumn sunshine of a Sunday afternoon. The light green willow festoons, the plashing fountains with their silver-6praying columns against the dark er background of foliage, the golden leaves that flutter down from the autumn trees, entrancing avenues and emerald lawns with play of light and shadow, cannot but tascinate Past the shimmering lake with 4 he brown swans among the reeds, a liv ;ng stream of humanity flows back an- forth in human eddies and whirlpools o colour and motion. With all the taste ant happiness of dress of a Continrtpta.l crowd en holiday bent, with all the orderliness and seriousness of a procession of pious Scotch deacons caught up and fascinate by the throng, we follow through sentinel aisles of gloomy Moreton Bay fig trees to the rendezvous of tie democracy, the...

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SHOWERS OF GOLD IN THE STREET. Mystery of a "Green Man's" Generosity. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

SHOWERS OF GOLD m THE STREET. Mystery of a 'Green Man's' Generosity. A sudden -outburst of generosity which prompted a strangely dressed young man, whose name is given as Charlie Green, to throw handfuls of gold and silver to pass ers-by in the Strand and Fleet stree;, London, on April 30, ended abruptly in his Deing marched to Bridewell, where he was charged with obstructing the traffic. .Newspaper boys neir the Gaiety Theatre were the first to benefit from the strange young man's generosity. He was dressed completely in green, having gone to the length of putting on a pair of bright green spats. Ihe viunable emerald pin which Leld his green tie was stolen by some one in the crowd which soon gathered round hiTn He gave the newsboys outside the Gaiety Theatre a sovereign each, telling them that they were 'Bright little fellows, and de served presents. The boys expressed boundless admira tion for him, and naturally accompanied nim when he was walked towards the Law Courts. After reac...

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The Fun The o' Worlds [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

isim It was an Irishman who said the chief pleasure in kissing a pretty girl is when she won't let you. An old farmer who was lying upstairs in extremis had his olfactory nerves and appetite tickled by the savoury smell of cooking in the kitchen below. 'Eh, Betty,' he said, that smells gradely. I could ate a bit on it.' 'Nay, laad,' replied his spouse,'thee get on wi' tbee's deem'! Yon's for f fune ral,- and I ain't baan to spoil it by cutting into it aforehand.' It took place in the bar of a well-known English hostelry, where the conversation between the two travellers and the publi can had turned on politics in. general and Lloyd George in particular. After a few scathing remarks from 'mine host' on tike Chancellor, one of the travellers chipped in: — 'After all,' he began, 'he's turned out really a friend to you, so you oughtn't to grumble. He's put you on your feet again, hasn't he?' » 'What's that?' snapped the landlord, 'Put me on my feet again? I'd like to know how!' 'Well, i...

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PETER'S PENCE. Refused by Tramway Conductor. Ex-Employe's Costly Doze. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

PETOR?S.PEN-3E. Refused by Tramway ; Conductor. ': Ex-Employe's Costly Doze.! At the Adelaide Police Court on Satujf day morning Peter Wjdson was ordered to pay a* fine of ' £1 an'd £2 16/. costs Nfpr having travelled oh one of' the MuniapSLl Tramirav Trust's rarsanH not havirie Da'td his' fare. Mr. T. S.' O'Halloran conducted -h.e prosecution for'' the- Trust', and Mr. V. deP. Gillen appeared for WilsoRw In opening the case' -Jlr. O'Hallpran said it was one of gross, impertinence. TOien. asked -for his fare' accused ' pulled'' out' a nalpass 'which- looked like a trainira^ PAss*,' ajjd' 'then put it hack in his. pocket. The ^ conductor asked him again, aid' hfe pulled it out, arid put itrback quickly. Wh'ep thr inspector asked him if he, lhad';a pass; he repKed ? in the affirmative, - but -?-vhen asked to. show' it he .decline*!, .'and; taJd'he got it. from 'jBHl'^Goodman: VfWt nFked for- his address he gave -it as^Petsr Wilson, Hyde Park.' ' He ,£ouia ksE^tfcfe Couyt' to' impose t...

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A DAY WITH THE CHILDREN. Kindergarten Demonstration. Interesting Display. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

{' -r: ^iprti&N:; . ': %: [ Kindergarten Demons^a ?...^ ? ':',- ^tion;^- ''-rrfr'- :: i ::V::-Ai^^pft«hk' ';'?? A I#I5e **^W&M *piople congregated at the Eshroititm^Bj^dibg this afternooa to witriess-'a demonstration of kindergarten work giren by the four tree kindergartea schools — Frankhji street, TTitniitia^ih^ Grev n'ard, and Halifax Street. The children ranged from three to six years, old. ' Eaii kindergarten formed; a ring - in. different parts of the Exhibition Building. Theyde rionstrated a morning's '.-work: in the kin dergarten, the - first .part ? consisting of a morning talk, where -JuWren apd teacheis talked freely together, demonstrating - the .child's mind working on central thought, ecch as markets and marketuig,JiBd.the three - bears, the -soap; factory,: and electro trams. After this free talk each circle waa divided into, groups of 10 childreh, .'and worked.freely with- their-hands, -some daV modelliag, others, paper folding, carpenter ing, and ean...

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FOOTBALL. PORT V. SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

FOOTBALL PORT V. SOUTH. South had strong hopes of '-«lrrng somM sort of an impression against tne $£M Tutoble Geasiders on the Adelaide Ovdfl and quite a large crowd, numbering o^B fijww, turnea op to see wM9 they could do. C. Tredrea tooa Davey's place in the South team. Turn opening followers were:— Port— OalBnofl McFadane, and Congear. South-J^M Hanley, and Wallace. Port were ratheil surprised at South's first atta&. F^3 work by Keen at centre put thefprwardS ib posaesaon several times, but they -wtafl straggled out too .much to do any eooaS Bettison piloted the baU up to the othdi end, where Dickson opened Ports' accoMH with a single. South lost no timeijiH getting the same quaatito ihrougli 3o19 Congear raised another behind »r 1^8 n»agpies, and Hansen, marking ^lone, iSM nexed a goal. In between that scomH sally, though, Waye had twice missea,^^ chances to put on majors'. South liiaygH capitally at intervals, and put up guqfl pace. Callinan's air work and McfjaS lane o...

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ITEMS OF INTEREST. GOVERNMENT SUBSIDIES TO AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

ITEMS OF INTEREST. GOVERNMENT SUBSIDIES TO AGRI CULTUBAL AND HORTICULTU BAL SOCIETIES. The sum voted annually by Parliament for the assistance of agricultural and horti cultural societies has this year been appor tioned as follows: — Angaston, £18 14/; Balaklava and Dal key, £36 3/9; Belalie, £32 5/11; Booyoolie, £25 5/7; Burra and North-Eastern, £13 19/11; Central Eyre Peninsula, £14 7/3; Central Yorke Peninsula, £33 9/10; Charra, Denial, and Murat Bay, £11 15/2; Clarendon, £14 17/2; Cleve, £6 9/1; Eu dunda, £22 15/; Gawler, £49 7/1; Great Flinders, £18 13/1; Great Western, £10 16/5; Hawker, £18 10/11; Kapunda and Light, £29 16/10; Kingston, £14 3/5; Lake Albert, £16 3/9; Lameroo, £19 12/7; Lox ton, £13 4/10; Lucindale, £12 4/6; Man num, £17 5/5; Meadows, £17 8/5; Mid land, £27 5/10; Mid-Murray, £13 5/10; Millicent, £23 19/10; Moonta, £32 15/8; Mount Barker, £29 7/4; Mount Gambier, £47 1/8; Mount Pleasant, £25 13/2; Mur ray Bridge, £24 3/7; Nanacoorte, £32 4/; Northern, £20 1/11; N...

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BOOKS REVIEWED. A CURIOUS DIATRIBE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

BOOKS REVIEWED. A CURIOUS DIATRIBE. ?'The Awful Australian,' by Valerie Desmond (E. W. Cole, Book Arcade, Ade laide, Melbourne, and Sydney): — The authoress of this tirade sets out with the avowed intention of shaming the Aus tralian, but as all the way through hi is depicted as a creature without shame, «nd- indeed quite beyond it, her task seems to have been a waste of time. 'Should a howl of indignation be provok ed ... nothing wm be left but 'to de clare Australia past redemption.*' There Has been no howl that we have heard of from the hopeless Australian, who -'wolfs his provender,' 'steels the spoons, from visiting fleets,' and generally niches what ever his 'hands can \&y hold of,' 'that is, if the disgruntled lady is to be believed. In the whole of the 90 odd 'pages not one redeeming feature is credited to the crea ture whom the authoress ? indignantly re viles According to Valerie,, one of the strongest prejudices a visitor has* to over come is the weird jargon whic...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

The committee of the Port Adelaide Racing Club are certainly a very enter prising body, and they have given some of the other clubs an excellent lead j& many mattens. However, it wras surpris jug wiu amiu.viiig 10 nna mat tne commit tee, had quite failed to make ample pre parations for the huge field which did duty id the Maiden Plate. To begin with, the starting machine -was not wide enough to wxommodate all the runners, and Mr. CampbeU perforce had to put some 6f them en the outside of the barrier. Then ag&ra they crowded nine of the runnen; in onp lotaiisator window in the .grand stand en '.?Iqsure, and scores of people— we might even say with safety hundreds of people could not make their investments. The unfortunate part of all was that the win n«j was among this number. The Port Club should immediately make armnge 'ments to guard against similar happen ings. . *^' THE TOTAUSATOR. investments tor the F.A.R.C. Winter Meeting since 1897 have been as ? 1897 ? £5,30...

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EPSOM NOTES. MELBOURNE, June 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

EPSOM NOTES./ MELBOURNE, June 8. Though Apiarist dead-heated with Pais-' lie in the First Division Handicap, he could have be^n closer. The judge hoist ed Shack] eton's number instead of that of Frembex as winner, but while bis at tention was drawn to this it was speedily rectified. A better race than the run-off for the hurdle has rarely been witnessed. Both horses kept close together all ike way, and provided an exciting finish. ? Bill' Brandon ^wiii improve on his tnird in the Hurdle tire. long. Sea Urchin is also better than than his latest form denced. . . ? But for stumbling at the home turn when alongside All Bed, Brownleaf would have about won the Second Division Han dicap, in which only five of 22 starters were backed. Dewberry ran very diffe rently here to what 'she on Wednesday. The Steeplechase was an eventful race. At the firet fence Johnnie Walker, . half brother to that ill-fated gelding Tfomiwa; lost its rider. At the end of about a mile Banshee came down when runnin...

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INTERESTING PEOPLE SIR EDWIN SMITH. A Notable Citizen. A life of Hard Work and Good Deeds. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

SIR EDWIN SMITH, ._$ A Notable Citizen. t. . A life of Haiti Work and Good Deeds. No man in South Australia deserves municipal honours .more than Sir Edwin Smith, upon whom the freedom of the town of Kensington and Norwood will be corferred to-night. It is not tie purpose of this sketch to give a ds tailed account of Sir Edwin's career, which has so often been written in the Ade laide dailies, and for that matter in ! newspapers in other parts of the world, ' Dot rather to offer a few personal remin-j iscences by one who has been privileged to have the friendship of the genial knignt j for a great many years. One met Sir; Edwin only a few days ago. He was go-j ing home from his office early, and looking ! wonderfully well considering that he is ;n j bis eighty-third year; yet vrhen asked1, whether he would submit t-o a formal in- 1 terview the dear old man candidly con-] fessed that he did not feel like it nowi- 1 -?ayi. Obviously he is not so strong phv fdcally as he was a few year...

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THE HIGH COURT JUDICIARY. Three Brilliant Australians. Now in Adelaide. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 8 June 1912

THE HIGH COURT JUDICIARY. fThree Brilliant Australians. Now in Adelaide. The Federal High Court has the repu tation of being one of the finest judicial tribunals in the world. In age it is an infant, having been born soon after fede ration was consummated a dozen years ago. Its members, however, dawned in the public eye, either as Judges or poli ticians, many years before, and the repu tations achieved prior to their call to the highest tribunal in the land have been in '' tensified since in the lustre which sur rounds the wonderful capacity of the THE -'W'M' JUSTICE Sir Samuel Griffith). ; / THE -'W'M' JUSTICE Sir Samuel Griffith). ; / Court. The Chief (Sir Samuel Griffith) is first on the roll of honour among^ffce five who comprise the Bench, and With' Mr. Justice Barton and Mr. Justice I«alBi he is at present conducting the fS^S|h Court sittings in Adelaide. Sir Sain$«l Griffith is a Welshman, the son of aJcie?v. gyman, and coming to Australia as a young man he carried everything...

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