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A FOOTBALLER INJURED. SYDNEY, June 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912

A FOOTBALLER INJURED.: ,' SYDNEY, June 15. Another football accident was reported to-day. A. Mitchell, while playing in a junior football match .at Matter's ground, was taken ? to the Priaoo. Alfred Hospital j in an unconscious condition suffering from concussion of the brain and a fractured collarbone.

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PAY FOR POLICE. Question of Increases. MELBOURNE, June 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912

PAY Fbft POLICE. ' Qttestkm of Increases . - .. MELBOUKKE. oaw 15. Cabinet intends at its ncrf meeting to consider the question of increased pay ior tl:e police. The subject of the police com missionerehip will abq be- gone into.

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE DAIRY. MANAGEMENT OF THE DAIRY BULL AND COW. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912

THE DAIET. MANAGEMENT OF THE 'DAIRY~BUnTAND~COW. By ' Jersey ' (Written Exclusively for 'The Mail.') In the previous issue the writer dealt With the selection of the true dairy are. This having been accomplished, it re niains to add a few words on how to use him. for best results. If he be young, say up to JM montns, he should be well fed with oaten bay or c-haff, with a little bran and plenty of green feed, to secure good development. At 20 to -4 months he may be used very sparingly upon, say, 10 cows, limit ing his services until, say, two and a half years of age. At three years old he may be used with 30 cows, and from fouv years onwards, if well preserved, with 45 to 50 cows annually, this being quite sufficient to ensure good results. Do not run him with tue herd should it exceed 10 cows, for there are many dan gers, such as spreading abortion among the herd, which ofttimes means serious loss to the dairyman. 1. When selecting your dairy sire, see to it that his mother and gran...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912

The :: :: ? 'OVERLAND' ? Motor Car. Nowhere in the world of Automobiles can be found a Oar exhibiting more painstaking care in con struction than the . . . 'OVERLAND'; while strength, speed, and grace are its typical qualities. Yon can pay more for a Motor Car, but you cannot get a better one at the price. If you intend to pay more, see this Car first— it may change your mind and eave you money. Write for Illustrated Booklet giving full description, Murray Aunger | Ltd.. Franklin Street, Adelaide. W125O 'LOCOMOTIVE' K3AHO LUBRICATING OILS. CHARLES ATKINS & CO., CUEJUE STREET, ADELAIDE. nsl32c i

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ITEMS OF INTEREST. THE SEASON'S PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912

ITEMS OF INTEREST. TTTE SEASON'S PROSPECTS. The turn in weather conditions during the last few days was as unexpected as is was welcome. Coming from a direc tion from which it is unusual to eet our early rains, a large_ tract of the outside country has materially benefited. The prospects in the country beyond Goyder's tine of rainfall are at present most en couraging, and new heart and hope has been given to the settler in these regions. Of course, it is too early yet to predict what will be the ultimate outcome of the season, but with anything tike fa vourable conditions to follow we are bound to have at least a fair return. . Unfortunately the rains which have just fallen have come too late to benefit the lambing industry, but in the agri cultural areas fair fajls have been regis tered, sufficient to start the crops, and there is every sign at the time of writing, with a strong north wind and a very low glass, that more rain is to follow within the next few days. We have held all ...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CARE OF FARM' ANIMALS. SPRAINED BACK TENDONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912

CARE OF FARM' ANIMALS. By 'Vet.' (Written Exclusively for 'The Mail.') SPRAINED BACK TENDONS. Horses with certain conformations are more liable to sprain of the back tendons than others., The horse with the heavy body and weat lees is a suitable subject. and horses with long cannon bones or long pasterns are also predisposed. A sprain is a stretching of the fibres of a structure, with sometimes actual rup ture of the fibres themselves. Mere stretching of the fibres is not a very seri ous condition, but the rupture of many of the fibres is, and may give much trouble before repair takes place. Cantering and galloping horses, when they are too young and not developed, or making a horse do an extra share when he is tired, are the commonest causes of sprain of the back tendons. But they occur under many circumstances insecure footholds, trotting on slippery ground, bucking, and jumping are all causes of this trouble. Other predispos ing causes are debility and want of con dition. The maj...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GILDED SIXPENCES Woman Defrauding Shopkeepers. SYDNEY, June 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912

GILDED SKrai^CES Woman Defrauding Shop keepers. '.'. '.. '..''. SYDNEY,. June 15. ' A targe' number of bogus han-uovereignt; crc fu«iin^rth«r way iifco Commonwealth circulation, and the poKce in all the States have betta instructed to ; set bitov. A woman who has been 'successfully, passing offgSded sixpences for half-soirereigns at Arinandale' and Petersb[amj .' suburbs of Sydney,- during the - p)a#t- three months, vi^ted Xewtown last night; add put a fair quantity of the base coin into circalation. TTie fraud wis ' discovered by. a ' business n.an whb^lUid' ' serveff 'the woman with minor articlte and :.-g^ve ? her change for wliat- ?purported to 'bjL 'a -?half-sovereign.. The jfe^town police .wer^^cojnmunicated with,- -but -th^r urere. rS-t'*bte -to- locate the oflfendfer;.; 'IT afresleii Mbe [ will '. probably be: called upon .to ^ answer, a. number of *^:.:;.-i;.''rJvS5jiv' v,!''': '-:-;

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912

f A Pioneer Vigneron of S. A. i jmL THE LATE DR. RAWSON PENFOLD. J & The Result To-day: { fe A^miiBf all AttBtr a^lia { I Secured the following Awards at the 1 - Royal Australian Wine Show, held Sydney, April % 1912. I v . . i ????..?.?: ? ;m j 6U\RET - Champion Prize for Australia I SHERRY ' Champion Prize for Australia 1 I PORT * Champion Prize for Australia I I PENFOLD'S BRANDY was also awarded HIGHEST POSSIBLE HONORS. I I ?- ? . . ,.V*' ';'. -.' ..,.. . .: : '.'?.?'.-;:- /,.:,. ?,/. .'.. ..:. I M_ ' ? '????? ^ ? ??? ? ? ? ? ;--_ - -'; : ... . 0, _../- ... ;: ... . J

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912

For Winter Evei\ii\gs ^ HAVE A , BOOK TO RBAD. .:?*£?? . '?'-.?—? jP*n — ' lSr|rc\tl&tii\s I^ibr&ry Now !::|Sli 74, KWG~WffiUAM /ST*^:^ - -- ? ??? .«. ?'..?'. FBDnSNG. . - ?'. ? : WE'VE SOQl THE *7ATTER,._BTJT WE - THE FORMES. - -SIVE D8 A XBttXi. -, - MAIL MEISPiPERS LID., - *? tHT JH8T *TTnftifff!.; ABSEifiiED&r ? ? ? ! ???? ? W-SMIT^;^^'-: Nelson Sh«e^:Ci^. [ Bots BcStfaM«,-il*ad,vjZme; '3^pe Mrtkl. Pewter) Out iron; Iiead Dross, Oil Drums, and Cadi on ,delh*ry- testers promptly.attende&^q. ' ?' ,', !; ? '. .. --: '*►'. ,1' ?-.*.-,' ...??-??vl .. BEST Bt ..: _. . TTBST; ?;?;;?::.?

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912

'THE liJUL' CABLEGRAMS.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
HIRED RIFLEMEN. Shoot Down Strikers. Industrial Outrage. NEW YORK, June 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912

HIRED RIFLEMEN. Shoot Down Strikers. Industrial Outrage. NEW TORK, June 14. Tto thousand strikers gathered round the gate of tne American Smelting and Refining Company's plant at Perthambj-, 2Cew Jersey. -Private detectives arrived on the scene with rifles and fired a volley. Pive men fell, one 'being killed outright and another fatally ' -wounded. The strikers left their dead and fled, after attempting to burn the high fence round the plant. ?, The strike involves no particular craft. Strikers have stormed plants and hurled etones, and the militia fired 'revolvers over the heads of the mob.

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WONDERFUL WIRELESS Marconi Improved On. Transmitting Autographs. ROME, June 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912

WONDERFUL WIRELESS Marconi Improved On. Transmitting Autographs. r ROME. June 14: ?? The Milan 'Chronicle' reports .that sur prising results have been , obtained by means of the wireless lconongraph,---wJiich ' is the inrontion of a hoy named Francesco Deharrochic. ' The machine transmits besides ordinary messages autographs, shorthand, and all kinds of cryptographs. An exact repro duction follows upon the attraction of elec- ; trie ?H-aves. The correspondence is aynchro nic, and records -also Jielicoidal movements!: By a simple arrangement, the special transmitter and receiver may be applied to an ordinary Trireless-' plant. - ? ' The Jlinistcr of1 War is so impressed '? with the advantages ,of the invention that j he is securing its exclusive possession for \ ;italy. . V '-,.'.'. ? : - ' - ' ', .

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ALASKAN ERUPTIONS. Villages Destroyed. CORDOVA, June 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912

ALASKAN ERUPTIONS. S-~ ' CORDOVA, June 14. Coastal villagea near Katmar have un aoubtedly bi^en destroyed, liut ther^ are Hill no detailed reports to hand.

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AN ACKNOWLEDGMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912

AX ACKNO\VLEDGMEKT. Tie teccellent photograph of Gertie Cr^ tter and Vera Spaull. that appears in our Saical eolumne, was specially taken for s ,Mail' by the Fnihling Studios, iie street.. Adelaide, who .make a spe feature of theatrical .work.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912

ANSWERS TO CORRES - I PONDENTS. ;^6teiggB (Hindmarsh) — The comment to iiiliiili yon object was written in the most kj^dlj spirit. The discussion in the Hind «*'?« C5«ncil this week concerning Lind E(J9|r Circue and the necessity for improv Hk it showed how justified and season ajMC Wf writerB comments were. If the . nattutableness of a place is not boldly kniSiBted 'aut what hope is there of im ?jSifciiient? The Hindmarsh CKaJ lacks KjJ-atroitBce because it is' not sufficiently , Irae for. the purposes to which it is put. j Bftaoon ;«e it is 'improved the council will aSsqredlj-' reap the benefit in larger finan cii returns. That is a consideration, and ; a ? *tiir *rtorc important consideration is | thmt the 'place is dangerous to players. | Better ntisc a howl now than wait until j EOUtebodr .is killed. ? j - ?*S?be rnlfilment.' — Under consideration. ?? 'CfotiScnham street, Malvern.'— There \ is anothct' baronet in South Australia be fwfe -Hr Samuel Way. He is Sir James Goold, a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MARINE ENGINEERS. Appeal to Arbitration Court Big Companies Not Concerned. MELBOURNE, June 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912

MARINE ENGINEERS. Appeal to Arijitiatioh Court Big Companies- Not Con cerned. ? MELBOURNE, June 15. The Australian Institute of Marine En gineers has lodged a plaint in the Federal Arbitration' Court directed against the firms and steamship coinpanies other than the, big interstate shipping companies. The claim is. for an increase in' wages- and a betterment of hours' and 'labour condi tions generally: '-'?'? _— ^ »»^ ^^.— i

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912

ESVKIVJOD. AjIfiaafHi OtmBOBt OI yywpf, Tmmmih. tit^Mi ?%w -— ng in up so iff -fpwwl 4UM4 arirf exwUeaee, jpBt^BJB^gJqiwUag atatiabea *'*',fPP«5 &V*emf}j JWf* Bpened wg» iHnrtwiMmTSKeaj »eJt, will find that mi, «opy «f Una HHHup w .

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CASTLE SALT RATIVE COMPANY ANNUAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912

CASTIJ: SAl^T CQ-OPir AJNNUAL HEBQHE.- : year, £8.00 »^-3^S»4#.^OP^»*»' dend Q3Qi),^bbA Iwrr^tfi W-lfRi -tf SLgg ttfl. iSS&a* ^&pnt9»i1jWpaie H..*m*S M follows —To wilting off punt. S^JdtOTto ^iffiug off freeholds, £Wpfc-to vdtarvf leaadulds, carry forward, jpv^E M— $l(LOTr Ifft. jxs vear wot ?— '*'* bafe ''??? M«Mfan i*ea uy jf Mtwiaictfflry f^iu^tfim. «f t'm* neag,-iidtheaetp{ufite{Mvai!eU*t^g-- ter than tiipae of tgenoum yeaRL, tflwrnnH the mit harrestaa T»» vsP^f^^j^ h&e as in many tmMBSHgBL rtill Ifiiurl has been itft &fkn\ts ^ mQjitmaf tgiB* aent material to l^^»mMd|. T5he companf*8 plant at &BU-butgni# Tna-ntajne4 ia «cdlent ffnmtfaqm^ anq &a- manofap^nrjed pso^qetp jPOQtBWC %- #r»

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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JAVA EXHIBITION. At Samarang in 1913. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912

JAVA EXHIBITION. -At Samarang In 1913. An interesting and important exhibition will be held next, year at -Samarang, pne ol the priacipal towns o£ Java, undar the ausriMVB nf toe Govenunf.nt of the Sntcb East Indies. ?- A' atrong local . committee has been formed, beaded by tbe readenta of Rytnarapgj xnA 'JT^pTtujlipg SOJUii of tbe leading citizens and* business men, -while the Gov^r^or-General «f. Netherlands In-! dia, and the Director -of Agncultoire, hftva extended- their official patronage t.. the enterprise, which' wBl also -receive a Bab stantial 6ub4dy from the Government -The ejehihition will.be of a moot com pr^henave- character, _ embracing every branch of Dutch- colonial administration, trade, mdustry, amenlture, faorbcnUare, native arts and cratte, education, shipping, mining, forestry, irrigation, and other pub lic works, : rail- and tram ways, and even

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
OTHER PEOPLE'S MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912

?VM^md-r'^' ':??? ,rF«Ma.Dnn'!8 QuBztte^. J . oibbott,- Jacob, ,pf MMfatop, £t,V3O. 2% ; H. Abbott Sa^^yC^Sbbolt executors. W-'HendeiSin. isroctbr'. ' . - ' ' - Alexander, Apn Mana, x-f ,adeiaKte, £250. ~-i. Ales*wieK\ -^Haw4praBik - ^ Bell,. WiUiam, of ^jfi. fwfe #«»? 'A,;- Dooait. T^y ? /?' ''?-/}- .'?-—;?-- /vV /-;? ? '??' ? £ancland. ? Ai ? t-&-* -WiSSiB, ? '..'? -?.'??'.'?? ? '?? ? ?? '?? Middleton, Jane Elizabeth, *f tittle Adelaide, £600. T. L. Middleton. Joynea ^to^^Palfef^«4»l#i» cf JBwaiafc. . £^^^--^^^'«Baw^3R' , . : Priejt. S. H. f^- - ???'?; ':;.-.- K«4nt4i^s|lTt^ :^:_ ... ?' ^i; ..V '. . vauM JJaiy A|hl ounsaan, ? flf near Mount GatobUr, 4L.300. «!? ^^ «*»' and Hunter. - ??'-, .? '.- - \-~- .:'..'-..-*-*, ?

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