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AMATEUR LEAGUE. MARLBOROUGH V. PRINCE ALFRED COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912
AMATEUR LEAGUE. MARLBOROUGH V. PRINCE ALFRED COLLEGE. Marlborough, being off from the regular League matches, met Princes, and an in teresting game resulted, although the League team, of course. r-redominated. Hie ntst quarter was fast and clean, and re sulted:— Marlborough, 3.6; P.A., 0.L In the second quarter Princes puUed them selves together, and gave a good exhibi tion, putting on 32 to 1.-2, and at half time the scores were 4J5 to 3.3. In the closing half Marlborough showed right above their opponents, and. owing to the brilliant work of their full back, Thom son, Princes could not make any head way. The closing scores were:— Marl- borough 10.14 to Princes' 4.3. The follow ing were the goalkickers: — Marlborough — Iiye (2), Copp (3), Martyr (2), Bagot (2), Gordon. Princes — Coffins, Steele, Humphrey, and Ravner (each 1). Special mention must be made of Thomson, who gave a brilliant exhibition of football in the back lines for the winners, assisted by Hogan, Dewar, and Nield. T...
SEMAPHORE CENTRAL V. GLENFERRIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912
SEMAPHORE CENTRAL V. GLEN FERRIE. These teams met on Neutral Ground this afternoon for the second time this season, and the Centrals were again the victors by a small margin. The football shown. by both teams was first-class, and the scores were very dose right through. At half-time both teams had scored 4 goals 3 behinds. In the third quarter Glenferrie held the upper hand by good passing and kit-king, and gained a lead of 4 points, the board at 'lemons' showing Glenferrie, 7 goals 7 behinds; Central, 7 goals 3 behinds. The Centrals pushed matters in the last quarter, and some pretty passing resulted in Yeo putting them in the lead by 2 points. The game became very exciting, first one team and then the other being in the lead.. Ten .minutes before time Cen tral came with a rush and kicked two ma jors, putting the result beyond doum^ Final scores— Semaphore Gentral, 10 goals 7 behinds; Glenferrie, 8 goals 10 behinds. GoaBdekers:— Central. A. Limb (3), Say ers (3), Yeo, McDonald. Ros...
HOT GAME IN THE HELLS. Three Men Laid Out Others Injured. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912
HOT GAME IN THE HILLS. Three Men Laid Out. Others Injured. MCUNT BARKER, This Evening. Mount Barker and Centrals played to day at Dunn Park. They are the two strongest teams in the Hills Association, and feeling ran very strong. It proved to be the roughest game played this year. The Mounts had three men laid out, and others were injured before the last quar ter ended. The umpire gave a poor dis play, and seemed to allow the Centrals to play the man all day. At the end of the third quarter the scores were even, and continued so up to five minutes of time, when the Mounts put on two goals, in quick succession. Final scores— Mount Barker, 4.10; Hills Centrals; 3.4. Mount Barker have- an unbeaten record in association games this year.
CAMBRIDGE CHALLENGE CUP. TANDANYA V. ST. PETERS ON JUBILEE OVAL. FIRST ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912
CAMBRIDGE CHALLENGE CUP. TANDANYA. V. ST; PETERS ON JUBILEE OVAL. FIRST ROUND. Johnson won the toss, and Saints kick ed off punctually against the sun, and at tacked strongly without result, the play being transferred to the other end. off Side spoiling Hutchinson s effort. Brad dock scored from a melee, and he soon added another with a good shot. About this time the Saints were clearly outplayed, for Woods headed a beauty from a cen tre by Hutchinson, and Holmes scored No. 4. St. Peters then attacked, Clayton being responsible for several good shots, all of which were saved by the goalie.. Holmes got No. 5, and shortly before half time Woods converted a penalty for hand ling. Half-time Tandanya were- leading— 6 — 0. On resuming Saints came away with Coats and Rockwood both prominent, and a miskick by Stoddart resulted, \V. Clayton shooting from a range that gaye Johnson no hope. Encouraged by this, St. Peters attacked again* and through a. misunderstanding Stewart got an easy one t...
HINDMARSH V. SOUTH ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912
HINDMARSH V. SOUTH ADELAIDE. This match was decided on the Hind marsh Oval and resulted in a win for the reds by 8 goals to 2. Hindmarsh for wards had the unique distinction of each scoring goals — a feat seldom performed in soccer. Mr. Knight was the referee. Y.M.C.A.— 1 goals. Sturt II.— 2 goals. Port (3 goals) beat Sturt (1 goal). West Torrens HI., 17.11; Prospect Juniors, 3 behinds. Goalkickers: — West Torrens IDT.— Hasley (5), Minear (3), Mc Innes (2), Lemon (2), Nolan (2), O'Brien (2), Willis (1).
GOLF. ADELAIDE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912
GOLF. ADELAIDE CLUB. The first round of the Bosanquet Cup Competition was played at Seaton this afternoon. There were 41 entries, and the following cards were returned: — Leigh Winser, 80—2—78. S. A. Davenport, 85—6—79. J. S. Wainwright, 98—19—79. W. D. Taylor, 96—17—79. H. M. Linklater, 92—12—80. R. M. Milne, 93—10—83. A. D. Hayward, 100—16-8* H. M..Saye, 86-3—83. H. L. Rymill. 87—3—84. H. W. Lloyd, 93—9—84. T. O'H. Giles, 96— 12-S4. R. J. Hawkes, 93—8—85. C. McArthur, 95—10—85. S. C. Henderson, 91 8 86. A. E. H. Evans, 96—9—87. E. J. Lloyd, 97—11—86. R. J. HUt 9811S7 R. J. Hood, 107—20—87. D. M. Tweedie, 95—7—88. C. P. Trench, 98—10—88. K. B. Goode, 97—9-88. R. Pelly, W0— 12— 88. J. M. Pittendrigh, 98— 8— 00. E. Leaver, 91—1—00. C. S. Milne, 109— 18-9L M. G. Anderson, 107—8—99. GLENELG CLUB. The first round in the championship was played this afternoon. Results:—? T. Cheadle, 79. W. J. Gunsen, 80. H. J. Bell, 82. i J. R. Baker. 82. Clem Hill, 83. E. G. Stirling, 86. : A. A. Scarfe...
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATION. Norwood II. and South Adelaide II. met on the South park lands, and the game resulted in a win for the former. Norwood lead throuefaout. and although neither team displayed much good football special mention should be made of Hawkes and Cook (two of Norwood's brilliant forwards), who kicked 4 and 3 goals re spectively. Other players worthy of men tion were:— Norwood — Nash (centre until hurt), McNamara (roving and back), Mil ler (ruck), Gibbons (wing). Scott (back), and Johns (ruck) and Thomas (ruck). South -were best represented by Thomas (roving), Horwood (ruck), Rowett, Ma gor, Wadewitz, and Stopford. Goal kickers— Norwood— Cook (4), Hawkes (3), Thomas (1), Johns (1). South— Stopford (3), Qirinn (1), Wadewitz (1). Final scores: — Norwood II., 9 goals 11 behinds; South II., 5 goals 5 behinds. Mr. Doll man gave every satisfaction as umpire. North II.— 10 goals 13 behinds. Sturt II.— 5 goals 8 behinds. Goalkickers:— North Adelaide— A. Sand ery (4), Gitt...
ADELAIDE AND SUBURBAN. SENIOR ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912
♦ADELAIDE AND SUBURBAN; SENIOR ASSOCIATION. ST. PATRICK'S V. ALBERT PARK. The St. Patrick's and Albert Parks met for the second time this season, and as on the former meeting the St. Patrick's ran out easy winners. The match itself was very tame, and the St. Patrick's were su perior in every department of the game, the final scores being:— St. Patrick, 12 goals 14 behinds; Albert Park, nil. All the winners played well, but among those worthy of mention were Flannagan (2) Peters, Blight, O'Connor, Fenner, and Guerin. For the losers Foweraker, Ryan, Considine, Hartman, and Smith. Goal kickers for the winners were Knowks (3), Margitach^ Flarmigan, Hrckey, Hart, Peters, Walker, and Blight (1 each). Mr. Keltie umpired satisfactorily.
MODERN PICTURE PROBLEM Should There Be a Censor? [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912
MODERN PICTURE PROBLEM Should There Be a Censor? How an agitation once started spreads! In London recently a member of the House of Commons asked the Home Sec rctarv whether his attention had been drawn to the statements made by the Hull stipendiary magistrate that there had recently been an extraordinary in crease in juvenile crime traceable to me lodramatic films shown at picture palaces, and the evidence of the detective tracing to this cause the crime of four school boys who purchased revolvers and com mitted burglaries in Hull. He also asked j whether the Home Secretary had evi dence from magistrates or police in other | places confirming these statements re- j garding the ''vicious effect' of certain j cinematograph exhibits; whether he pro posed to institute an enquiry into the matter; and whether lie proposed to in troduce legislation dealing with the sub ject. 'I am informed by the Chief Con stable of Hull,' replied Mr. McKenna. ';that tbe four boys recently charged with ho...
KING'S THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912
KING'S THEATRE. 'The Jourdane Quartet is the magnet at the King's, and one that will draw people to that theatre for some time to come. An absolute noveltv act will be presented on Monday, when La Pediste will give' Ta. display that is said- to be the most skilful performance ever given by any artist with her feet. La Pediste uses her feet and toes with as much grace and dex terity as the most accomplished lady uses her hands. Sketching, painting, embroi dery, and fancy needlework is but a small part of the talents this remarkable artist uses in her performance. The act is spok en of as being the most graceful and brilliant exhibition of footwork that is possible to imagine. Other newcomers in Monday's complete change of programme will be: — The Siddons, Continental acro bats and equilibrists extraordinary; Ric kards and Smith, knockabout patter co medians; Jack Straw, who became a groat favourite in Adelaide some months ago; The Willis Sisters, song and dance artists; Ada Sadler; a...
TIVOLI THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912
3TV0LI THEATRE. A change in the bill at the Tivoli ^Theatre enables votaries of \audeville to make the acquaintance of Aubrey Malla Iieu and Lea Douglas in another interest ing sketch — 'Love and Law' — which is brimful of witty sayings. -The Aubrey Jlallalieu Company choose good offerings — sketches with just the necessary about of light and shade, pathos and_ humour. Peinc capable artistes fresh from the ?'legitimate' stage, they knoy- just how to present the goods. The Sisters Casselli, ?who commenced their Adelaide, season Isst Saturday, are two of the most grace ful, yet elickest, steppers that have graced the Tivoli boards for some months. Walker end Sturm, though somewhat reminiscent of Emerson and Baldwin, have got a good act. The comedy man is genuinely funny a! times, but, unlike most comedy men, is his clever partner's equal in the matter of handling racquets. ? Marshall Crosby is the possessor ot a good voife, which he uses effectively. Tom Dawson has got a tew lease of ...
WIRTH'S CIRCUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912
WIRTH'S CIRCUS. 'The breaking of records long ago be came quite a habit with Wirth Brothers, so it is not in, the least surpjising (says Svdnev- Scribe) that thev ha.t- added ano ther 'best' to the already louj,- list. This time it is in respect to the Sydney season, which is now ncaring the three months' mark — ample testimony in itself of the wonderfully attractive powers, of the en tertainment provided. Indeed, it has been nothing short of irresistible. And small wonder. The members of the company arc in the very forefront in their respec tive lines, the acrobats being veritable eye openers. Particularly is till* so in the case of the Bastien family, who were brought direct to Sydney irom France. The 11 members of the troun-.- all belong to the one family, and Monsieur Bastien has made no mistake in bringing up his offspring in the way the.7 should go. One of the dearest little* kiddies that one could wish to see is Baby Bastien. whose per formance stamps her at once as a real ch...
WEST'S PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912
WEST'S PICTURES. 'The Ring That Binds' is 'the' item on current offering at West's Pictures. The picture is beautifully acted and mounted, while some excellent scenery — that 01 a forest under snow — is a big fea ture of the production. 'Winning is Los ing.' a sporting drama, is a winner from start to finish. 'The Girl and Her Trust' is a realistic drama of station life, showing the wonderful pluck of a girl. The chase between an engine and a railway tricycle ii thrilling in the extreme. The best of the comedy subjects is entitled 'Leap Year Proposals.' Then there are others. The directors of West's, Limited, announce the completion of an important contract with the world-famed Pathe Freres, for the nightly presentation of the Pathe 'Aus- tralian Daily,' showing real Australian news in picture form ahead of the great Australian dailies.
ORIGINAL ROWING CLUB. FIRST ANNUAL DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912
ORIGINAL ROWING CLUB. FIRST ANNUAL DANcE. The Original (Ladies') Rowing Club held their first annual dance at Bricknell's Cafe on Friday evening. There was a cood attendance of members and friends. A feature of the evening was the Ori ginal' lancers, in which the gentlemen had to find a lady with card corresponding with his own. The programme showed a certain amount of originality in its ar rangement, the dances being numbered from 'bow' to 'stroke,' tnen 'easy all' for supper. After this interval were the words 'Are you ready? Half-forward, Dance!' The arrangements, which were well carried out, were in the hands of a committee consisting of Misses- T. E. Moves (captain), V. G. O'Brien (viee*ap tain), L. Benda, and Miss S. Coombs (hon. secretaries), Mesdames G. Strachan, T. Yates, and A. L. Benda acted as cha perons, and Mr. B. Coleman as M.C. Tie music was supplied by Miss Dew, and the catering arrangements were in the hands, of Messrs. Brickncll.
STURT B V. UNIVERSITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912
STURT B V. UNIVERSITY. These teams met for the first time this season this afternoon, and as they held first and second positions on the scoring ist respectively a good came was anticipat ed. Spectators were not disappointed with tiie play. 'Varsity led in the first quar ter, which ended 3 goals to 1 in their favour. This, however, was the awaken ing of the double braes, who by their beautiful combination, and swift rushes added 6 goals by half-time, while their op ponents failed to score. After the inter val tile Starts continued to hold the upper hand, and were content to keep their lead. At three-quarter time the southerners had increased their score -by two, and the game ended 9 — 4 in their fa vour. Start, who have won all their matches this season, have .a -well-balanced team, and their success is due to the manner in which they work the loose man system. The goalthrowers were Smith (2), Lati mer (2), Scot, Weste, Chellew, Tonsin, and Kcwbon. The back lines checked admir ably,...
LACROSSE. A GRADE. STURT V. EAST TORRENS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912
LACROSSE. A GRADE. STURT V. EAST TORRENS. These teams met at Uniey, and strangely enough the scores were identical with those of the last meeting of the two clubs —12 to 1. Start started 'work with a. jump, and by excellent passing and catch ing and shooting quickly notched 4 -goals. The passing of the Unley team was a fea ture throughout the game. East Torrens put tip a really good fight after the first quarter, but lacked in that important de partment—goal getting. Gower (attack) played a great game, and fed the homes unceasingly, but owing to the strong de fence of Start the easterners could not get goals. If Trier, at centre, would get into it more and not watch what bis oppo nents are doing so much it would be a great improvement. Tyler has the mak ings of a player, but he most have more dash. The final scores were 12 to 1 in favour of Sturt.
PORT V. UNIVERSITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912
PORT V. UNIVERSITY. Port were at home to the students at Woodville on Saturday, and as the pre vious meeting ended in a draw a good, close, exciting game w& expected, and tnosc wno were present saw a splendid, ding-dong go. 'Varsity's 'line-up was a little different to that that did justice on the previous Saturday. Port's was the same as that that played against the Bays. Up till half-time play was very even, and at the long interval the scores were 6 all. Both sides exerted themselves during the latter half, out the Ports were putting in the most effective work. Hocking and Parsons (on the back lines) saved many goals, and Jaffrey, McDonald, and Naugh ton (playing forward for the seasiders) each scored in good style. During the last term great excitement prevailed, and with about five minutes to go 'Varsity equalised the score, but Jaffrey, who was playing a brilliant game for the Portonians, came with a dash and threw the winning goaL which made the tally 10 to the studen...
WHAT THE WORLD WANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912
WHAT TOTS WORLD WANTS. To plod T'kwg ftom day to dsy And do the best yoa can, To bear your burdens on yonr way As wefl becomes a man: To do the work yon find to do, Thoqgfa humble it may be, Ib what the world demands of yon, And do it cheerfully. Yon are not asked to rise to fame, Or gain the mountain height; II you bat keep an honoured name And efing to what is right Yonr service to the world is great, Tho^Rtt humble seem your tasks; Jort dpyonr best and smile and -wait, The world no further asks. It was not Ions, ago that a private. » a certain zeggpent statkoied ont in 4h)j wilds ol India bad'occasion tar %o. vsA -*m- salt the. army dooter. Ihs laster, haling examined hun- toid him to, go to. the asa»- taut and ask for a No. 9 pUL Now, it happened that the assjstan.t was new to his duties, and consejnient^r when Tommy, presented. himsel£~ a^nL. fonnuiAtcd. bis vs* cpiest '^* replieHT^* ' 'Sorry, hay^r^g-^ any Kb- mft WR a six:, and a. three- itoV Magnate— 'E^err dol&r I h...
ALL SHE WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912
ALL SHE WANTED. 'DaxKngL' said the yoang bride, 'I dfin't isind jwl going to tB««»r«i3t games.' 'Xhanfc yon, dearie,' he said. 'Bat there » one thing I wish you'd do.' 'And that is?' he enquired. 'When the tesm is going to play an grte-ininiy game, I want yoa to «»H me np beforehand, so that I will know when to hare sapper ready/* -