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REGISTRATIONS OF FILMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912
EEGISf»ATl0SS--JF ¥WB&-.-*-u, Ai*huV^nnder^i*3ack F**p -.»m#.- Oomn^wweSKPieTO^OtS^W *«&? laidc, inanufactpriiW **c9lWi ' '^8»iv«W-9 ' Hcnjey Readu cjh-anh»tT €*trnn»cr^Bf ,*n»4 irvjncJea %Qnn,csj4i -?!^^P *-y^ !yi2.- ~ ;:- .'? ^ - ei-s aBfl c«a.tca.5-«»VrrV '(wfPwg.^P' Ivei-, pf r-o.it rand, P'*fl??*^V'- -Ss^M^, of' W^nd aypna-v bu^cr andljfAi^ac^ tor, W?iiw f?«0H; TO?.-rstnj. ^ygWffl; Juu^ IV, VOt%- -,-.?..- ??_-.. ;t; .- '?.^.'
A RECOLLECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912
A RECOLLECTION. There is no fan in beating rugs, But after aH is said and Anw-»y Compared to what we used to do The Tnnijern method's really fan. Compared to all those old-time ways We- do our household chores with, ease, I would not now recall the- days Of stretching, carpets with my. kneese Foil many a fingernail I broke, Full many a. cusstrord, too, I swore . When tacking Brussels carpet down. And fitting it behind a door. —Edgar A. Guest.
WHERE HE DREW THE LINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912
WHEKE HE DEEW.THBLINE. 'I don t mind- you. trying to sell; me. bine paint when. I ask. for black,' said, the irate customer. 'Rut sir ? ' 'I don't object to your- trying to force me to buy a screwdriver because you haven't the sort of garden hose I want.'' 'My dear sir ? ' 'You can. try Bobstitntion all* you want, to, and. if you get away with, it, all right. But when you try to convince me every time I come into your store that I ought to adopt your politics instead of my own, I draw the line. Good day.'
SOCIAL NOTES. THE UNIVERSITY BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912
SOCIAL NOTgS, (By IRENE.) THE UNIVEBSrrir BALIi By an tinfdrtunate p'rinteFs error th'e frocks, wbrh at the Uinvfer^ty balLwhich are illustrated in the Keahn 6f Women ' page, are wrongly describes. Miss .Fer guajti is in the centre, and Miss ^eidea* Bach at her left hand. 'A most delightful .and enjoyable even1. ing was 8t-ent iii Alberton oh Thursday- ? Jrinfe 6i, at tbe residence. b£ iir. John Bi shop, ftincess street. The occasion waS a corriplimentarg social to the coinmittfea of the women's branch of the Liberal Union at Alberitm, givfeh by tiie£abov«i gentleman, itls daughter, Mrs. R. Tobin, acted as hostess, and spared io pains ' to make the evening a success. Mr, Thoin proposed the tdast of 'Our Host,' wKch , was dinhk .with, enthufeiagin, Mr. -Syd. Bishop rtpli^d .8n behalf of his 'father, Messrs. % Y. Jones, Horiie, Miili^ #,& others also Bpbke. Music, Vocal, and in strumental, cards, and. dancing occupied the evening. Towards the .w«fe ana' hdnrs ' Mr. B. Tobin. i...
INTERSTATE FOOTBALL The South Australian Team. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912
INTERSTATE FOOTBALL The South Australian Team. The selectors met- this evening to fix the personnel of the team which will re present South Australia against the Vic torian League in Melbourne on July 6. The following were cJu-sen: — PORT. 'A. Congear. S. Hosking. F. J. Hansen. W. Mahony. ? H. W. Oliver. J. Ashley. E .J. Callinan. ^VEST ADELAIDE. Arthur Conlin.' NORWOOD. 'A. W. Millbouse. SOUTH ADELAIDE. ' F. Keene. J.Trednsu ^^ ?A. H. Slose, B. Leahy. T. Leahy. Trainer— G. Webb. STCRTj E.L.B,nfreyioBEENS D. Low A. J. Taylor S. D. Geddes. . ? 19th -Man— A. HemnchB (Stert). Renfrey captai' , TVprfrea vice-captain. The new cruiser Melbourne, which is being built for Australia's infant navy, will be finished shortly, and the launching ceremony is to occur on May 30, while another craft, the Sydney, becomes a full fiedged battleship in June. The Melbourne will be hiunched by Mrs. Braund, who, as most people will remember, was Miss Bafr Smith, and it could hot have a better sponsor than ...
THE SCOUT CHIEF. Generous General. MELBOURNE, June 15, [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912
THE SCOUT CtilER Generous General. MELBOURNE, June 15, tieiit.-General Sjf Robert Baden-Powell attended an informal meeting of the council of the Imperial Boy. Scouts, 'Vic- torian seclioh, to-day.' The Scout thief addressed tlie meeting on the hsefnlness of the movenibjit and . its assistance to the military, for tlie boys were taught bridge building, signalling, guide, and other -work. He advocated ihe formation of boy fire brigad&s, which had been suc cessful in Canada. The general has given ihe cheque which represents the proceeds o£ his lectures in Melbourne to the headquarters fund in Victoria. This afternoon a big rally of scouts was held in honour 8f Gen. Baden-Powell in the Federal Government House grounds. LJEUTENANT-GENERAU SIR ROBERT BADEN* POWELL, K.C .B., K.C.VX). LJEUTENANT-GENERAU SIR ROBERT BADEN* POWELL, K.C .B., K.C.VX).
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912
? ASR FOR WALKERVIIXE ALES. PUREST AND BEST. 1 i-«BB»t»^ -&& Need never be at a loss '&:*v ; 'i 'y\ i£&f £- know what to give her guests /gMiSBSSB^'^K ru^^ 8S-a Supper beverage. MSBSSBSBti^ £2? flTShe can safely select Coffee, as JmSS&SH&Btt&-\ M':~: most people enjoy good Coffee. 'tH,* ^^VtK^l g^i» V When it is made with ? v^^y't *£* V''. £3 Rir*irirni-Ti'Q ^P^T V*. ';:?;;: 01V/IVr \Js\MM sZ Jk^'V --: I ES^NCE Mm0M% V'i the most exacting palate is J$1ffi\lW? AJL J/*\ gi H Fronwthe Hostess* point ^^^^_1^^3jB^^ \~Z ' of view, too, it. has many ad- Qutf* ?jg^^^g^^Bty li\SBl f-*:* vantages over the slow, waste- [I --/^''*M|SBHb^l IflV (T;:« fol method of the ground %£y! jMEBB^r «^^F a;-* bean ; because, *hen-the milk ^§f . f/Jjjlj^^^htWk «-N^^ te.-';Vy and water is hot-eoe or ? dozea MmffWVuW^^' ?&A *** may be made inan instant. Wfflw/t ^8$* ^;*'»:3 T Then, should your gnests rajnira & Mw7ll.IHl.lll. IB? i -'^ seco...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912
The Pinnacle of Perfection. HATS As Worn by H.M. The King. 8l35c DEWA^S [ mperial Whisky 'Most ExceMent.w I ^^^^^pir} A.I « K^^KXp^' ' ' -? |§§§|§f§pt' -M_ H A Ba » . .^.g^y^- - ? - - AT ? ?'--:- JAMES ANDERSON, ; 148 RUNDLE STREET- ^^ OUR'WAEEHDUSE-IS OPEN FOR INSPECTION,. XtVLt^UiiSgt ',. BE PRESSED TO BDYi Hue handsome Sideboard, - ft. wd3». 7 ft^haeivl«nre bwdJeC . , . , - *'** mirror, beautifully carved, anly -SZ .M.'ft - ? - ?' ' - ' -c- - CHILD'S COT, as Dlustrated, 4 ft x 2 ft, 28/; ? 4 ft. 6 in. x 2 ft 9 iiu, 25/. . , -jjf. Our Illustrated Catalogue is Free on AppBcataon. Posted to Uy ?itriiii - ,V OUR ADDRESS, 148 RUNDLE STREET. \ ' . — — — Ji FOOTBALL. LACBOSSE, A2TO TENNIS ? PLAYEBS, ? YACHTSMEN. ASP FEDS.: THEY ALL BUY THEIR FOOTWEAR AT FEDERAL BOOT COY. Football Boot!, white canvas, 10/6: Box- Oalf, anlcle protection, 12/8. ? Lacrosse Boots, 5/U; Youths'. 4/1S. V&chtuig and Tennis Shoes* 5/6* Running Phofy. 5 wpfW*, 8/11. Seduction to Clnbs, 6 or more pain. 78....
UNIVERSITY ATHLETIC SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912
UNIVERSITY ATHLETIC SPORTS. The annual sports meeting of the Uni versity Athletic Club will be held on the TIniversity Oval on Wednesday, June .19. There promises to be some very keen com petition. i±. JLi. xtrose, who has for two years won. the 100 yards championship and the' champioBBhip cup, will meet I. B. Pender in both or these events. . In Pen der Brose has no mean adversary, for Pen der not only won the 120 yards hurdles championship at the inter-University sports, bnt also lost tlie 100 yards cham pionship by only five inches.. He is un doubtedly ^pne of the best all-round ath letes Adelaide his seen,. The distance races are also likely to be -well, contested. ? - ' Unfortunately- Sis Excellency the Gover nor will not be Able to attend, as he will not be in: Adelaide. Eady Bosanquet, how ever, will be present, and has consented to distribute- the prizes.
REV. FREDK. HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912
REV. FEEDK. HASTINGS. /It is a good many years wnce the pas torate of the North Adelavi.c Congrega tional Church (still affectionately spoken ol bv old folks as 'Jeffeiis' Cfcnrch') was held by the Rev. Fredk. Hastings, bat there will be many who will be pleased t- hear tW* be is still 'going, strong' in the old country. As chairman of the London Congregational Cnion be gave an address on 'Onr Debt tj tbc Faithful of 1662,' the year of the Great Ejectment, b~hen thousands of ministers * because they chose to obey the voice of God rather than the voice of man) were turned out of their churches and manses, and thus started the Nonconformist movement. 'The address was rich in the fruit of his torical study, and of a wise and discrimi nating hero worship,' says the 'British Weekly.' 'No one would ever imaging from his appearance, that Mi. Hastings can look back to the bicentenary of the Ejectment. His voice «hows not a trace of the strain of his long and strenuous pastorate. The meeting...
THE RELIGIOUS WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912
THE RELIGIOUS WORLD. Bj 'CbJo.' O Lord and Master of oa all, What* er oar name or sign We om Thy sway, we bear Thy call. We teat onr lives by Done. We faintly hear, we dimly see. In filtering; nbnae we pray, But, dim or dear, we own is Thee The light, the Truth, the Way. - — J^ G. WHTTTIEB.
THE WORLD'S NEWS. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. After dynamiting a safe at the Adelaide University and making a search of the premises thieves only secured l^d. from the telephone box. A theft of £400 of jewellery from a tra veller's sample box was discovered on the arrival of the steamer Biverina at Port Adelaide. A young man was brought to Adelaide by an incoming ketch, having been picked up in an open boat in St. Vincent's Gulf. He was suffering from delusions, and de clared that he was looking for Japanese pirates, who had got the Waratah. Wholesale poisoning of dogs has been going on at Laura, and the local council propose to frame a by-law prohibiting the laying of pcuson in the streets. The annual cleaning of the Public Library has revealed the fact that dur ing the past year about 20 volumes were stolen, and twice that number mutilated. The South Australian police force is being increased. The annual meeting of the S.P.C.A. was held on Monday. The Adelaide City Coroner returned an open verdict in the case...
TO MEND A FRAYED TABLECLOTH [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912
TO MEND .3; ERA3TED TABLECLOTH tack a piece of mnshn or orgudy firmly oa the wrong side of the doti^Baeggng' the threads as nearly as possibjfi in n*^** proper posixionc '?'fn pliEhce toav ]33B^- ff*T the clotn ^tn an cwibnuvBO^ hjoop: ^^i^ ^arn. over and under the fxayed ?tttvesds ttnd into the firm doth am inch or two on either side. XJse if possible Bacn tfaxvad pulled from a piece of leffcorer new table inen. Aftg»- henndering the mended Iltece. in therdoth will hardly be aotaoBd.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912
We say LIFETIME FURNITURE because every piece we sell is bail/to ghre permanent satisfaction. We are «a°n;ng more furniture to-day i*'' ever before, simply because goods sold in past years have proved satisfactory. SOUND CONSTRUCTION, SEASONED TIMBER, NEWEST AND MOST ARTISTIC DESIGNS, are the features that telL And then our prices are so reasonable, WE HONESTLY BELIEVE OUR VALUES ARE - UNEQUALLED IN THE CITY. You can easily provcthis by personal inspection. Bll nwL ^^^E^jSLy :±~ff AWBfflrnr-BBDWoo»*surnar-. 4 'iiSBS^^fib&KS s3- ^ ; Siv» ft ? a JBL I ^Su. Jft\ fitted via ha^ghoato and best toesdBed' fcS^^^^B^KBwi Ip5 - I ^e^'h|jflBfc 2 ^^^V I S-.~fi£ 2 smll dutwmi, s-d Q» fi!sslxstaad with Patent Comer Wardrobe. ?hRsE ^4 ^O^ ^ ^M ' ^^ &*-*3M* It is made of good strong timber, nice- \fijj * ^£3vNifi^P St ? '' Viy'l J^S^k '.''??' ?i^'' ly finished, ami fitted «& -w»gi»g boob ^Sslle^ ffilffp^ r^S^i r I.-— 2^ 3alffi§' V'... .: iii^|i^i^Timi«i r the top ^£or hats, ...