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THE PRIMARY PRODUCER THE SUFFOLK PUNCH IN AUSTRALIAN HORSEBREEDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912

Ooiutucted by Professor Angus, MP THE SUFFOLK PUNCH IN AUS TRALIAN HORSEBREEDING. For the production of the lighter class of farm horses such as medium draughts, and also of express and delivery Borts, the Suffolk Punch stallion is playing an impor tant part in South Australian horsebreed ing. From the Central Australian stations a type of animal is annually put on the market that carries the characteristics of this breed, and probably no better sire can be put on these stations for the pro duction of these types than the Suffolk Punch. Midland counties. But along vntn tins weight— which, by-the-way, is no disadvan tage to him as an Australian sire-^he is in every way full of quality. Bich in colour, splendid head and neck, good bone, excellent feet, with a massive body, full of muscle, he is a sire that should throw ex cellent stock. An outstanding feature of this breel is its colour, and one is astonished at the uniformity with waieh this is bred in these animals. It shows in a ma...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SCHOOL OF MINES. Lecture on Aviculture. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912

- SCHOOL OF 3WINES. Lecture on Aviculture. On' Fridav cveniug 'the ? Poultry Expert (Mr'.' D: F.' Laurie) delivered the first of a ctivr«e of sis* lectures- on poultry breed ing... Thp -commercial breeds .of fowls, layers.- -all-round utility, and. table birds, of - ducks-, ? geese, and turkeys were de scribed.' ' ? ' In' dealing with- breed characters, a term j ?wbidi explains' tlic . various points.. .better j than ? the terms 'fancy', or .''show points,'. \ the lecturer cmpiiasfscd 'the fact that ex.- ! bibitipn. birds wero often .bred bnrextreaic I lines, and- that m»ny' {mints, esteemed by ( the 'fancier Vcic detrimental' to the uti lity -of 'the breed. fn-this iray fflany breeds had-. been, rniued a&far a^ utility was concerned'. HiroBghou): ,7the : world. thcVe was -a strong movement which must !ftfld- IP. .waning jgopi'larity of exhibition; Mock as at present bred, and l*ok of pa- ! tronagc at sboire. . The. .poultry shows as ; at' present arranjKed, instead of assis...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMONWEALTH GAZETTE. MELBOURNE, June 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912

?: MEHaOURNE, Jane. 15. Offers will be received. . until noon on ?Jdy 8* from, persons -jelling, to .sell not. less thaai a quarter iofl an -acre of. land for postal purposes- at Cockbum. ' TENDERS At*EPTEDL * ; Cable .and paper sleeves for the Postal Department of 'Sojith; iSistralia, Western Electric Co./ Sydney; ; ;VT. T. Henlej-'s Telegraph Works Co^'Melbouime; British Insulated andrttelsby.j^ibles, Ltd., Mel bourne;- M. Hart, 1i.Pme-'Qreek, NortKern Territory. , Printing abd -supply of the S. At 'telephones directories, _: Hussey ' and GiUingham. ?-, . i .-.- ; | ' MILITARY. \ ; ; Australian'. :InteUigence ' Corps— Provi- sional appointment of Lieut. ;H. W.-' Brown confirmed.. Army'. Servjc^ . ;Corpe— Second Lieut.' fLvC Sands to -be. lieutenant. - Application^ .until: Jiily-U a« inrited .for thVposition of -naval- 6l3&jf clerk; at Largs BayJ - : . ... ' - '%J.- ...''. : taxation .;. ':: ? Land Tax Branch- SP '., the Treasury— Wilier Tjitvcrj of the .Federal Land T«k Cm...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE TERRITORY RAILWAYS. Committee of Experts. Acting Premier's Request. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912

THE TERRITORY RAIL WAYS. ? * ? ? Committee of Experts. Acting- Premier's : Request. The Acting Premier (Mr. Butler) has Rf-nt the following letter to the Prime Minister (Mr. FisherV:-^'! notice by rtbe daily papers, that' in connection with oDeri ing up tne Northern Territory it is pr$ l-osed, before adopting a gui-ral scheme ot -. railways. ' to ? appoint ' a - committee of t'iree - experts tj go over I be ?ground and furnish a recommendatvu. = In this coii nccaonl have the honour tc remind you o' the many years the TerrHorv formed part of this State, and as there are sevi rsl -persons here who hare an intimate knowledge of that country to strongly nrgc npon your 'Gftvemmeat : the, im- portance, in making euch an pppointment. that one member -of. the committee of ei terts should be selected fjom this State '

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MURRAY WATERS. Each State's Dole. Melbourne Conference. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912

MURRAY WATERS. Each State's Dole. Melbourne Conference. The Engincer-in-Chief (ilr. . Graham ? Stewart) went to Melbourne on June 8 j to attend a conference of engineers from ! the three States concerned in the Murray \ River agreement. ' The conference was ; held on Monday and Tuesday last, and ! good progress was made -with the work : of preparing data to assist the Premiers in arriving at an agreement- in regard to ' the distribution of the Murray watere Mr. Stewart subsequently visited Ka angadoo. and for several da-T- was ?' en- i jaged on Drainage Board assessment work ! in the south-east. An inspection . was | made of the drainage areas . wjth a view i to the settlement and . apportionment of ' the cast. The tender of the department \ for drain E has been accepted, and Mr. j Stewart stated to-day' that- the : work will ; be put in - hand immediately. The drain I trill start from Lake Ormerod, pass i through Garey's Swamp and the Hundred { of Lochaber. and discharge on poor co...

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

ltrv ft I-'IL KUGELMA1YN, Consulting Herbal Practitioner. 1 OTMCTaJGOBNE^STKNIir, ADELAIDE, and BRISBANE, has been practising I needy forty yews; and ha- been visiting Adelaide professionally for over 24 years * aMj^becon^Itedaaniuier:- Adelaide Telephone No. 2037. \ 'l^iEL-3E^5p^ElMA2!nr& next dates far Coneoltattons at Adelaide will be SlpfE-J)ATiS, 1912; ?.;, .f Tygr. ATTig, -T si. fMr ' Rnrph'^I'''e T?-'t'aTlyr'f- ^^ranch. Offices (Upstairs, First Floor), City tefc-JIo7l848,iPiiie street, near Kins 'WOEam street, -withis tw6 miwites' f^he XSrttX,' -£ ^ffiand , site ,of Brie street, on— A.YTKth;fJsDne,:39J2. -JHoursi from, 10 -aon.unfal 3 pjh.. -&Y,* 18th- June, 1912. Hours,- from. 10 a-m. until S p.m. - ' '; ESDAY, 10trTJirae,TlSI2. Hoars, from- 10 ajn. until 3 pjn. . T !. ?fHAiiBSPAY, '20th June, 3912. Hours, from 1 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. ? ... ?. JfuSMtr 21ot June,. 1912; Boors, from M ain- until. '3 p.m. ??? ? ? S&FTJRDlAY MOUSING- ONLY— 22nd Jttne,:1912...

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

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THE KENNEL CLUB SHOW. AN OPEN LETTER TO JUDGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912

tht; kennel club show. AN OPEN LETTER TO JUDGES. Dear Friends — Last week I wrote a little timely advice to exhibitors. Now I proffer a few home truths to you. When you enter the ring as a judge be absolutely certain of the breed you are tackling. Some folks would judge ele phants if they were asked, and likewise I have seen men adjudicating that were hopelessly at sea in the dog section. It is manifestly unfair to exhibitors to have their dogs handled by incompetent judges. Study your standard, and when yoa have mastered it, stick to it like a leech. Of coersei. it is obvious that all standards are elastic enough to be inter preted in more than ©ae manner, and it is this difference of opinion that lends charm to dog shows. A safe plaa to foSow is to remember for what purpose the particular dog was teed. Thas, in judging pointers, the judge pays fall atisafcttwi to his nose, beiag sore that this is broad, with open nos trils, giving foil room for the olfactory nerves, so that the do...

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OUR QUEER LANGUAGE. A Word of 32 Meanings. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912

OUR QUEER LANGUAGE. A Word of 32 Meanings, In spite of wfai' undeniable disadvan tages, the English language steadily »'glr.'i« headway. There are few tongues so hard to master. A fantastic Turkish leeend i-ptly illustrates the actual facts concern ing the origin and formation of modern English. After creating the first parents of each of the races, the story runs, Allah took a large piece of meat, and, cutting it into slices, distributed them among all the people to serve them as tongues. For some reason the! -Englishman -nras absent svhen' .the others received their share. At last he ,-ame into the presence of his Maker, and it. mute humility begged him to put a tongue into his mouth. But nothing was loft of the meat. So Allah was obliged to cut a little piece from the tongues of all the others, and, joining these pieces, tie fashioned a tongue for the F.ngli«n One of the most perplexing characteru t-cs of the English tongue is tbe fact that, as a rule, the game word has different...

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MUSICAL TOPICS. A CITY ORGANIST FOR ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912

MUSICAL TOPICS. By ' Cosmopolitan.' A CITY ORGANIST FOR ADELAIDE. With the fine sitting accommodation at the Town ¥T»H, and an organ worthy of re construction and modern' improvements, it seems nftssz&jr stranse that Adelaide should be without its properly appointed and salaried city organist. Tbe large provin cial towns of England and ti-e chief cen tres of Australia and New Zealand have each one, and for years past the mid weekly recitals at the Sydney Town. Ball have been a. source o£ pleasure and in struction to thousands. Men Oe Best, Lemaiie, Wiegsmd, Maaon, and Ernest Truman (these three last as city orga ists) have worthily represeniud ttie muni cipal authorities in. their endeavours to foster the art side of civic government. What's the matter with Adelaide? The city is expanding beyond measure, new suburbs constantly being y^f^ every vhere signs of material progress and pros perity, and a new order of things simply pesnding at the door. The foD develop ment of a pe...

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A WOMAN'S LETTER FROM LONDON. LONDON, May 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912

A WOMAN'S LETTER FROM LONDON, LONDON, May 17. Dear Australia— Another large company of Australians were presented at court this week, no Adelaide folk among them however. By-the-way the old legend that one's presentation frock must cost £100 is all nonsense, for I saw a very dainty speci men the other day for 20 guineas. It was worn by a young girl, and was made of white satin veiled with white ninon, and had a suggestion of pink rose petals and bands of ifowered ribbon on the founda tion. It had a berthe of finest lace and a court train of pink satin, and anything more charming it wotild have been hard to find. ? ? ? The death of the King of Norway, bro ther of Queen Alexandra, has sent .the court into mourning for a month, which is rather bad luck jast at the beginning of tbe season. Queen Alexandra was just -r-ing out again for the first time , since King Edwards death, and King George and Queen itaiy were to be seen at thea tres and opera constantly. Only a tew months ago ihe co...

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FOOTBALL. PORT V. WEST TORRENS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912

FOOTBALL. PORT V. WESU TORRENS. The above match, vhich had been the subject of much discussion in football cir cles during the weefc, eventuated on the Alberton Oval this afternoon, when about 6,000 people -were present. When- two teams have both traversed the road of victory to the extent of five -wins each out of five matches it is safe to assume that M*en they meet something good in the ?way of football ? -will be shown; and this no doubt attracted many neutral patrons of the sport to the match, in addition to Che immediate followers of the contesting sides. In addition to Mabony and OKver Ma eot was an absentee from the magpies ranks, Port Adelaide^ eighteen being — Dickson, Hansen, CGrady, Duthie, Ash ley, Eaton, Bettison,' HosMng, McEwin, Cocks, Base, Londrigan, ^bertson, Knapman, Pope, CaBjnan,.McEariane. and Congear. Torrens — Mclnnis, Mackenzie, Renfrey, Potter, Donn, Adcock, Fooks, HnttoruJohnson, Ixjw, Smith, Phillips, Hogg, Wade, Taylor, Geddes, Huxtable, aibd CrlUTXGB. ...

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BADEN POWELL. To Lecture in Adelaide. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912

BADEN POWELL, To Lecture in Adelaide. Saturday evening next Heist*. J. & K'. Tait will introduce to Adelaide Lieut .-Gen. Sir Robert Baden-Powell, formerly In srector-General of Cavalry, the first scout instructor in the British Army, the commander of llafeking and founder of Ihe Boy Scout movement. Tlie same con structive genius which made it possible for him to hold Mafeking for the longest siege known in modern warfare Served him equally 'well in conceiving and perfecting the greatest movement known for the de velopment of character and selfdepen dence in boys. Xot pnJy Giteat Britain but all countries are indebted to Gen. Baden-Powell for his service to mankind, and we feel confident that the South Aus tralian people will join with other coun tries in paying. homage to our distinguish ed visitor. The general's. stay, is neces sarily , limited; therefore he will orilr be able to give one lecture, which will be given at the ' Exhibition Building on Sa turday evening next, ...

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MOTOR CYCLE RECORD. 24 Hours' Record Broken. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912

MOTOR CYCLE RECORD. 24 Hours' Record Broken. Sir. W, E. Peverilij tlie holder of the Australian motor cycle long-distance re cerd, Melbourne to Brisbane and back, has just succeeded in breakvne the Aus tralian 24-hour motor cycle record, ilie course was from Keilor to Gubotne, and a start was made at 2a minutes past 9 o'clock on Wednesday night. The dis tance covered was 522 miles ofl a Peerless motor cycle, fitted, with 'Barnett Glass tires.' The previous record was 517 miles by P. O'Brien. The time of the year is unsuitable for record breaking, for there were 13 hours - of night riding, against eight hours done by tbe previous holder. However, Mr. Peverill put up some of bis fastest travelling during the night, when his average was well over 35 miles per hour. Accidents were numerous on account of the bad roads and Btraying cattle. Towards the end of the run the rider WJts thrown -'from h-s ? machine through contact with a cow, and his ma chine was' 'considferably damaged. -He thu...

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The Red Streak CHAPTER XI. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912

The Red Streak i - SERIAL STORY all jn&ns ffyWUMOTKAYE.) SESEBVED. ' CHAPTER XL Joan Seymour ceased 'to be a child as ehe rwaitched the shores of -England dis appear, from sight, and she herself nn dersiood that her outlook on life bad changed BerceDtiblv. Why was she going to West Afncar Her answer to the question was that she wished to be with her father— that she ?wished to see something of the -world. There would doubtless be some unplea santness on account of her having taken 'French leave.' but she anticipated no very great difficulty in smoothing down her father. The captain had just stepped down from the bridge, and be gave a quick look at Joan. '.Are you the young lady who has been placed in my charge?' he asked 'plea- santly. - . 'I think not— my ' same is Seymour, the answered shyly. My lady's namfe is -Fletcher— so rm porry to say it isn't you.' 'Aren't all the passengers placed in your pharge?' she asked with a smile. 'Certainly. But' some more particn-. larly t...

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COLONEL LUSCOMBE'S PROMOTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912

COLONEC LUSCOMBE'S PROMOTION. Great TrapasiTipgg is felt in military cir cles and much comment has been passed on the bungle relating to Col. Jjuscombe's nromotinTi- This officer -nraR insLrueigd to proceed to New South Wales as A. A G. for that State, and 'was selected by the Board of Promotion. Tf.e Minister 01 De fence (Senator Pearce), when questioned on the promotion in Sydney, stated that he new nothing of it. Col. Luscombe re ceived notification later not to proceed to Sydney, but to aw=-.t lurthcr restructiens. After -malringr all tfip necessary arrange ments for the journey1 it was very embar rassing for this officer to have to change his plans. On Wednesday last he was again informed that he had to proceed to Sydney on Tuesday. This time there seems to be no doubt about the promo tion. The uneasy feeling created among officers generally that some political ?wire- pulling has been interfering with the in. terior economy of the military depart ments seems to have some gimiud...

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HEARTH AND HOME. OUR DEFENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912

HEARTH AND HOME. . o OUR DEFENDERS. By 'Reveille.' June 23-JCadet competition at «»tiv»^wj» tor champion team of Commonwealth. 20 to 24— School o! instruction, A.L Corps, at Anfraston. 72 to 2t— Begimental exercise, Monnt Gaia. bier. 25— Solution of tactical problem* at Hie United Service Institute. Problems and maps 03 application to GJS.O. July 1— Senior cadets of 1891 class transfer to the militia forces. 6— Rehearsal of GovernoT-Qenenr's review of metropolitan oadetfi. 8 to 21r-Staff School A. and I. staff effi cers. 8 to 11 — Staff school area «i«B.^»«| 13— Review by Governor-General of metro politan cadets. 18 to August 6-Staff school 'W.O. and N.C.O. of instructional staff. August 7 to Mi—Infantry school, *»yflj»y» Kames due July 25. 10 to 11— Begimental exercises Bsmley Bridge. Names due August J 11 to 24— Map reading and field sketching Ecb.ooL Kames due August 4. 27 to 26 — Janior officers L.H. and Infaaizy. C.H.B., 64A, Adelaide. Names due August 6. 2£ to 25— Regimental e...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912

r£he bookcase is- made in two. sectioBS affright angles to each other, to, fit in the comer or tie room, each seciaon being 3 ft. Si in. highj 6 in. ^eeQ, 3 ft. iopgi on section havmir- four and the other sectoon three shelves, spaced ta Becerve tne books. The four' loiter spaces of one section are about 9 in. between the shelves, the upper one being 6 in.. The spaces in the other section' ape made equaL being about 10} in. high. The shelves and bottom are made 3 in. wide and 3 ft. long. The width of the ends is tba^ame ad the shelves, and their height 3.^^. '10 vL ' The drriaan support* ^atia _ the width, and their length the lte^gbfc . rf space between shelves. The ctmJs of one sectjbri ace la^ npo* tije floor, edge tap, 3 ft. IQ ai. apart, and the bottom also edge an, placed between them, hscsiBg the fs*e of the bottoai even ^-^*»^ ^- ?*?*. ^Jte a* *i fosteaed by naiUng through the face of the ends into the ends of the bottom. Each sheS is tspaped qpyt ibt he^ of ?tte. divisjon a...

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

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STURT V. NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 15 June 1912

STURT V. NORTH. The meeting between these teams at tracted a fairlyv large crowd -to the Ade laide Oval. -o alteration was 'made in the teams, save -that WooDev' reDlaced \League-for' AiorthV.-and the soft, springy, turf gave every^Btomise Of : A', good,- fast game. Heinrichs, Dunne, and Bannigan followed for Start, -and T. Leahy, Searie, and O'Brien for North. Renfrey, suffer ing from an injury to his groin, sustain ed at practice, posted himself halffor ward for a quiet afternoon — if Bern. Leahy would permit it. Sturt opened the game by a brisk attack. Owing to the crowd on the ball good play was out ot the question. Renfrey, unable to fly, was beaten by the North skipper, but good work by Heinriehs and his fellow ruckmen kept the ball constantly around goal. . Five behinds were, popped on in three or four minnt-M Edwards missing an absolutely easy shot right in goal. Tom Leahy, getting a free, took the game to the other end, bat although three times the ball was sent on- to John...

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