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NEW OFFERINGS AT THE THEATRES. THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912

SEB OFFERINGS AT THE THEATRES. THEATRE ROYAL. 'The Blue Bird,' the marvellous and fascinating - play, produced f 01 the first time in Adelaide at tbe Tiicatre Royal last Saturday, has made many friends in this city of culture. In this play of Maeterlinck's, the author has taken a little child as the text on which to hang n great truth. He makes Iwro little chil dren typify humanity in its light against the world. On the surface all is gay, but under this cloak of gaiety and sim plicity lies hidden philosophy. He shows us that it is only the unknown that is terrifying — knowledge makes everything simple and plain. The litt'e travellers, Tyltyl and Mytyl, find it at home when sll their wanderings are over, because they have experienced and secu all things. 'The Bhie Bird' is a play that happens once in a lifetime. To mfcg it is to miss tbe most joyous circumstance of a period. The boxplans for the - remaining three nights of the season — Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, and Wednesday's...

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 MAIL'S BILL BOARD. Shows to See Next Week. THEATRE ROYAL. Every Evening, at 8, until Wednes day; Matinee nert Wednesday, at L45. 'The Blue Bird,' the' delightful fairy tale plkloEophy. Saturday next— 'Eveiywom»n. ' ' TfVOLI THEATRE. . Every Evening, 'at 8; Matinee every Setnrday, at 2.30. Vaudeville par ex cellence, including the Keeley Brothers, -duunpion ball -punchexs; and the Webb Brothers, musical downs. KING'S THEATRE. Every Evening, at 8; Matinee every Saturday, at 2-30. Big bill of vaude ville, featuring fngiich Continental, and amateur artistes. TOWN HALL. Every Evening, at 8; Matinee every Samrdsy, at 2.30. Interesting se lection of Wbnilergraph Pictures and Eoperb uiutoatia. Special feature, 'Ed Canfldd.' WEST'S. OLYMPIA. Every Evening, at 8; Matinee every Saturday, at 2.30. West's pre-eminent and incomparable pictures «,tH De Green's Viceregal Orchestra. EMPIRE THEATRE. Every Evening, at 8; Matinee every Sxtorday, at 2-30. Pleasant photo plays of infinite variety, in...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PADEREWSKI ASKED TO STOP PLAYING. Pianist Disgusted with South Africa. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912

PADEREWSKI ASKED TO STOP PLAUNG, Pianist Disgusted with Sooth Africa. Paderewski is very displeased. He has abandoned his South \trjr*v tour, shaken ike abundant- dust of that land from his feet, .and, returned to VavrXmA 'Big. estimate of South Africa is smnmsd up in three words — 'What a. countryi' Fora generation PadferewsH has been a namp to conjure -with in every capital of Europe. He has been worshipped for his music and. loved for his hair, and at the end of ins concerts women have embar rassed hi™ by fling-mjr themselves at his feet. But in1 Sooth Africa- he has beea' insulted. 'TB^ppyT he said, in reply to a ^Cape limes' interviewer. 'How eould one hi happy in a country where there is no 'I came with a reputation which I have gained in other continents, and I have never, anywhere, been subjected to insult before.' ? 'In Port ST&rabetb/'. he said, 'one of a group of men who were (Standing in the street came np to me, took hold of the apel of my coat put his face clos...

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

BOASTFUL. there's Ihe cb&p wi» aljngB twagaj^tha same weight underwear the jesnn^ Flaying fcr a- £gBr-*iEajBBB£i 'These is ncrt mneh nonc^at aeaflt^* gays fiSr Henry J. Wood* BfWwy ^'% there'svplenty of Betas, _. ' «££!, *** hmUm wr.«*^fcrt| hey?' . . cab, so tliae.11' ^^ ' ?: 'How much ▼iB'jtti«b«a«(T* i W 'VeU, Jookhere,. Lesfi, Tit Amjm^ ffhiTlTn* for' y^rwyjf «p4 VF^ff^^fS^^ ' Thej were jnsfc^jwi* to A jwm ^ their Christmas dinner, when fl*e Kdoq mother ^iw^n^^yfj xjhsw^ djODsm^^T^n^asa^ sure your hands, are fjiiile/rctean^-deair??*' ''Course they- are* nwrfjterv S.-JCK; don't beheve it^ look sfctme towtsr^er Mr. iWyborn-^'Ever once J married you, I've dpmg the enp of l«Ur.ti--flfl to ihjf dregs/' . Mrs. Wybnrn— 'Tea; iiMpm 700 leaving a drainr of anything in the Cup!' Mr. iWyborn-^'Ever once J married you, I've dpmg the enp of l«Ur.ti--flfl to ihjf dregs/' . Mrs. Wybnrn— 'Tea; iiMpm 700 leaving a drainr of anything in the Cup!'

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

WEIFTHEIM IlliPfflggjf^ PIANOS HBnEs^i^^^S^* SeESL uM- Jrtfj tialBoF*Kano s^HflBOsH^K^^HiSiSK ^i^d^HI / i \\ wcroicnn. ^L^i^Bi^BK^HIBhSbS? ^£ \ V^/ n^ Inspect at onr Hi^racsH99£if'BiMEfc^. V^V^' V\ eentwirtwiiuuii: ^^^^^^kSm&s ^^'^V.^ ? tl^ ^f Adelaide WERTHEIM SEWING MACHINES PERFECTLY Easy to Master TOJKj^^^^^^^^PPf WERTHEIM 'PRECIOSA' MJ^^iflH KNITTING MAGHINES ml JHH CREAM SEPARATORS HeadOfHceuuICentrmi Showrooms: The Choice of tbeUp«xIate Dtiry^armer 1O7 BUNDLE STREET, MBXt Arcade, ? ADELAIDE. CataloSues Past Free on Bequest Braaches and Agents Evecywfcere I^RTSIgCK^ ADEtAIDE (WEAK POST On*K3B-. Teeth Stopped, Scaled, and Brtmrted. Com snd Bridge Work. All EztractioBS axe a^solotelr PAIHLESS with out any ill effects afterwards, 2/6. Fees paid for Extractions will be allowed off the cost of tbe Artificial Teeth when replaced by me. Consultations and Advice Free. All Wars Guaranteed. -132c^ I. E. H A L L. WATCHMAKER AND JEWEIiEK. BACK TO THE OLD SPOT IN GAWLES PLACE, ? Tw...

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TWINGS [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912

I'WUSB.' Cokmel Eoosevelt was warmly congrato lutitjy-- 3^ yoang Intttfaasji* &£ Oyster Say. on tEe arrival of twins. 'Yes, they're a great jot to us.' the vonntr husband said. ^H'Liijg fais lip nervously, %*only_we don't know wbat to 'a™' tibem.' Why,' said Colonel Eooserelt, with a gay laugh, 'there are hosts of good, twin names. There's Ann «mI jAatot&er, or Kate and Duplicate, for girl twins; and for boys we nave- Peter and Bepeater, Wsr^aTi^ Climax, or ev«n — if the littie feQows ttu^Wip. to be baister ansr— or even E&igh and Cry.

Publication Title: Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912

THE KEMEL. By Wire-Hair. (Written Exclusively for 'The MaH.'1) Office, 23 Waymouth street, Adelaide. Fire, Marine^ Accident. !Qke Oompsny alflo nTii3«n-faV«ta livestock Insurance against Fatal Accident or death from Natmal Causes. Full paiticnlais ot rates obtainable from Com pany's Agents in all Towns throughout the State; J. A. BILEY, Manager for S. A. \&K^K^S3^&^-:^^m^&%iwiti^^£$r$??±*\ * ***&[ J^^' -^^^^p»»^^^p~B«^5»i»y^^^f fjr^^^iyjjr

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ADELAIDE ELECTRIC TRAMWAYS CLUB. Annual Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912

ADELAIDE ELECTRIC TRAMWAYS CLUB. Annual Meeting. The sixth half-yearly meeting of the above club was held at the Hackney Depot on Sunday, June 9. The chair was occu pied by the president (Mr. A. E. Ford).' The general secretary, m his report, stated that tbe club was maVing steady progress, the total membership now being 802. The financial position was satiBfatv tory, and showed a net profit on the gen eral fund far the half-year of £31, and on the sick, accident, and funeral fund of £74— a total of £105. The accumulated funds now stood: -^General fund, £565; eack, accident, and funeral fund, £611; grand total, £1,176. During the half-year, aick pay to the extent of £350 was paid to merxJbers, and relief granted from the benevolent fund amounting to £13, and ftrm^mi allowance of £12. During the three years of its existence the club had paid sick ^'irngj funeral allowances, and ^«*aft» levies pmra-mting to £2,1X6. Picnics, smoke socials, dances, and sports meetings' had been subsidis...

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

SINGULAB DISTINCTION. During the week Sir Sirfus Isaacs, the British Attorney-General, has been elevat ed to Cabinet rank, a most unusual dis tinction. It is regarded as a special recog nition of bis invaluable services as legal adviser to his Ministerial colleagues in handling ihe Labour organisations in theii conflict with the employers during the re- r cent troublous times. Sir Jiufus has only just turned 50. He was at one time a London stockbroker, and was 'then called to Ihe Bar, where . he has made a great reputation.

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WELL, "BROTHER?" [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912

WELL, 'BROTHER?' Mr. King O'Malley, whose name has been figuring in connection with the pre 3SBX33S& CABINET, ~^ -' ''' Some ritartpvt in the Br^jsn iMiwidTij nave been jieporteq^tt^^iSes^asjigagfig has bas retired from .^^f jw^.^^^f lorship, and Lord Hd^pg^lBearetaiy ? of Wtec, succeeds t''i '^J3Ke ???change' xneans doubling Lord Haldane's official income, for he wfll receive £10,400 in his new office instead of £5,006, and Lord Loreburn mil be entitled to * pension of £5,0Mu Colonel Sedy, who used to be Under Sec, retary for the Colonies, and later for Warl takes the Secretarjn£p of War. Lord Xjorebom, who is now 65, married after his «Mh year Miss Hicks-Beach. Tiscounj |TpM«»» is a bachelor. He was responsible for (creating the Territorials force, #u£ during bis administration of the Wad Office has completely reorganised the army. Lost year he was raised to the! House of Lords, and is one of the mosl profound scholars in the gilded Chamber.]

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BILLIARDS. Lindrum in the Lead. SYDNEY, June 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912

BttLIARII& ' Liltiiruin in the Lead,. ? ?? SYDNEY, Jane 15. The bilEara mvtxh, 16,000 np, .between Iindrum .and William* was: advanced .an other stage tfcis afternoon. liiidnun showed- -good-^foxm ubrottghout tne- Btt sio%aia;^^iaJ*n^«^R'The';*^ irfllii hi ipTiiii' win jBiWJI Oil play), . ? . -iBiill ?

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TITANIC'S DEAD BANDSMEN. Memorial Proposed. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912

3TTA]*IC'S DEAD BANDSMEN. Memorial Proposed. There is a proposal to honour the Ti tanie'e bandsmen in Adelaide by erecting a memorial. Many a statue has been erected to the memory of less deserving heroes. A meeting of bandsmen and Gibers interested was held on Thursday night. Mr. A. W. Marshall was elected chairman. Mr. W. Carmen considered it advisable that the memorial should take the form of a rotunda. Subscriptions from the public should be solicited, and the assistance of the press asked for in this direction. An architect liad told him that a rotunda ^milar io the one at Elder Park would cost Anything between £200 and £900. It was decided that gbe memorial be » baud rotunda, and Mr. W. J. Thome's suggestion, that «a endeavour be made to raise between £830 and £SSO for its erection was approved. The qoes oi the ste was left in abeyant*. Tike fot- lowing committee was appointed:^ Measra. A. W. Maceiiall (chairman), W. J. Thorn* (Railways Band), C. Snutti mod Afefior (Trwaways B...

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

A LONG BB0OBD. Mr. J. St. ©shorn (chairman of the SunisMe District Council) has a remark able record in connection with district council work. At the end of this month he xriH nave completed 24 years of ser vice, for about 17 yean of which he has presided over tbe affairs of the district which he has seen grow from a scattered suburb to one that is thickly populated, and is one of the most picturesque around Adelaide. He assisted in the for mation of the East Torrens County Board, and sat as a representative of Bornside for six years. At tbe present time Mr. Osborn represents Burnside, Campbell town, and Miriam «n the Abattoirs Board, a work in which he is deeply inte rested, and the accomplishment of which is yet come months off. No doubt Mr. Osborn will have the opportunity to con tinue his active participation in the un dertaking which means so much to Ade laide. Few men have worked more earn estly or untiringly for the district in which he resides.

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

RESIGNED. Sir Joseph Ward has resigned as the re presentative of New Zealand on the Im perial Trade Commission. He does sat see how he can simultaneously discharge his Parliamentary duties and serve on * com mission which is conducting its enquiries at the outset in the Umted Kingdom.

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

GEN'. SIE JOHN OWEN. The following letter has been received by. Col. Hampson from Gen. Sir John F* Owen, former Commandant of South An* tralia, and later inspector-General of the fortifications of the British dominions!— « 'Dear Col. Hampson— News from the an tipodes, from the country which I learned to love, reaches me now but fitfully. Some kind friend, however, sent me recently an Adelaide newspaper with a paragraph con cerning yourself, from which I was sorry to find that you had been placed upon; the retired list, after, I gatker, nearly 3f years in the service of your State, and sub sequently of the Commonwealth.. X know' myself how zealously and efficiently you' worked for the benefit of the forces' and * your country, and now much time you.j sacrificed to that end. Your useful work] will be missed on your retirement, and nol doubt yon will feel at first a certain blank | in your life— although you will, otherwise * have ample occupation for your days. But' . as the years rol...

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

'THE CATTLE KING.' Mr. Sidney ^mm, 'the Australian Cattle King,' is-a sort of monarch of all he aurveyn. Judging bv the extent of pastoral country and the numbers of big stations he owns in South Australia; Queensland, and the Northern Territory and elsewhere, he must be a millionaire. When a mere lad he left home near Ade laide to eeek his fortnne, and got employ ment as a cowboy on Mount Gipps Station at 10/ a week. Afterwards he carted wood and drove bullocks on the Darling, was among the first at the Cobar rush, and with his brother George established an extensive business in horse and cattle dealing, and in partnership with others took out mail contracts in four of the States. Mr. T^'^wiaw has shown remark able enterprise from the beginning of his career, and most of the *hj^pr be Hag touched have turned out tramps. Lake other men who move in a big way, he has had his reverses through bad seasons, but he has always shown himself a man of shrewdness and great capacity and of str...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S HUMAN BIRDS. Aviation Match Abandoned. Some Short Flights. Huge Crowd' Disappointed. SYDNEY, June 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912

AUSTRALIA'S HUMAN SffliDS. Aviation Match Abandoned. Some Short Flights. Huge Crowd* Disappointed. 'TMafl' Special Iclegram.) SYDNEY. June 15. . The weather conditions for. the air race j this afternoon -swere ? entirely unsatisfac- j tory, owing to high grinds. ,.;Tiic crowd of between 40'D00 and.' 50,000 which assem bled inside am3 outside {mostly- outside) - Ascot fiaicecburse wore mucli disappointed. Both Hart ind '. Stopc tried, preliminary ; flj^Kte, 4-Ut they soon: reansed that' it', wo#d -be dangerous' to attempt to race] under the prevailing .conditions. ? Hart; ascended 'at ' 4' o'clock, iiit-oBly went ai short distance. . He seeded to encountcj-'' drfficiilties, and the jB^cbine wobbled, badly. . ' ; ' ? ;, : ; Aftec.Hart landed Stone tried a: flight.' His -monoplane' -appeared to .behave more steadily than_Hia*'s b'iplan'e. -' He -arcled. flie .couree iwiee^,- and .tiien - alighted. Shortly before' 5' o'clock Hart made a- long flight, an,d alighted safely- -on' the ^flyi...

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

THE RAINFALL. XORTHEttX.TERRrfOEY. Port Darwin . . .: ? 0.07 ? ' - - ? FAR VORTH AXD \ORTH-WfcST ' PASTORAL. Blinman ? 0.05 | UPPER KdfiiH AGBICTtTURAIi . j Cordon ? $M Boo)creo Centre .. fl.li i Quurn ? ^.10 Wimdjara.. . .. 0.14 J !-ori. Augusta .. 0.-M AppfU ? O.Hi Port Augusta West 0.04 Kurelia ? 0.07 1 Brua- .. : ? 0:«- Orrxjroo ? ? 0.03: Hammond-.. .... 0.0? J\-tt-rsburs ? 0.02 Wilmington .... O.*J Bladdnck ? 0.0* MelroEC ? « 16 LOWB«- SOUTH. Port Piric .. .?;'«.«? ?'BMJMlt ? 0.1S ! Port Broughton .. 0.01 Spiiding ? 0.W ! But* .. .i .. .. U.15 t;alnarr ? 0.0S ljura .. .v .. .. O.-H Bandalcer W.vhs. 0.08 { Caltowic ? 0.10 Vat-La .. .. .. .. 0.10 j tamvstovn .. .. .. 0.1S Koolug^ai .. .. ?? p.07| GiadstmK .. .. ..- O.OS Snowtovrn ? 6.02 : Giyst«l Brook .. 0.05 Strintnronh ? VX&.\ Georjrctown .. .. 0.1? Bluh ? 0.05. XMTidy ? O.OS i ? - wv.fm xonrii. -3are .. i-..-... ..' O.ii fm«ac .. .... 0.95 1 Mintaro .Central .. 0.«6 Hallctt.. ? '-. 0.10 ! Watervalc ? o.-a ttcimt Bryan...

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THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912

-'HUM-'WEj^Mi^^ The forecast for -South Auutralia, issued Ht^day, is as. follows: — Clearing -light showers -in the: south and south-east; fine : elsewhere. ? ? .f«outh-wesl to north-west ? ?»v:nds. . ! The ?corrected barometer ?'reading at 8.30 a.m. was 30.31. -..-.' : The average rainfall for 55 years, from - ?iarjiuary 1 to' end of^ Junt, 'lfr.13. Total tit In fall from 4*nuarx- 1. 1012, - to date; ??S7. Total- for correspdiiding period of 1B11, 6.16. ......

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A LIFT NOVELTY. Champion "Fool-Protector." [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912

A LIFT NOVELTY. Champion 'Tool-Protector.' Contemporary with the adding of a new story to the big Widows' Fund Building in Grenfell street a new lift is being in stalled, and shortly before i o'clock on Thursday afternoon several persons were standing on the ground floor watching the working of the hoist. Suddenly one of the mechanics leaned through the open doorway and looked down into the base ment, heedless of the fact that the cage above him .was descending rapidly. Al most before the onlookers had time to grasp the situation the under portion struck him and crushed— iis soft felt hat! As it met the more solid resistance under neath the lightly balanced sort of false bottom on the cage lifted half an inch, and- with a- jar and- a bang the whole affair stopped -dead. - 'Well, that device is the best fool pro tector 37ve seen yet,' exclaimed Factory Inspector Bannigan, who was among those present, ' and the invention was certainly one to create an impression. after such a demonstr...

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