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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

Eighteen Words in *The Mail.' 1/; three insertions, 2/6, prepaid. MPOBTED ASD PHIZEWINHIHG ORPINGTONS, Buff and White. PLYMOUTH EOCES, Barred- and White. - Stock for Sale. Eggs Booked for Setting. Apply KOONOOWABRA, Enfield. 174-251SC ORPINGTONS. BLACK, WHITE. WHITE FOE. PAETIC17LARS. F. J. WBIBLE, Grenfell street. Adelaide. ~f ? 6153-230

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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By "Practical." Coming Shows. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

By -' Practical.' (Written Exclusively for 'The- MaiL') Comine Shows. June 28, 29. — The Sootii Australian Poultry and . Kennel Club. . . '.;'' July IS, 19.— The Port Adelaide Poultry and Dosr Soeietv. ' ' '' ' -' July. £5, se.—The Metaren VHe . Pooltrj- and »6g Society. ?; ??.?:?? September. — The Royal -Agricujttiral Society. Evening1 Meetings.' '??* June 28.— The ?1Plyinou6i *Kb&. Clrib,: at the Poultry and iKeBHel Club's fShovr.' June 25.— lecture .by Poultry Expert on the PonUry Tick, illustrated Kith lantern slides, at HicroEcopic . Society's ' Rooms, Institute Bmlding, North terrace, 8 j-jn. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

COX'S FARM SEED&j SPECIALLY SEEECTED. Machine Cleaned and Graded, - Always Obtainable. TipynaHtafo and fgvptnl attfTltlfffl _and dispatch given Orders laige or smaSL . Our LIAXBHE AMD HRAHR 'SeqJs noted for PDETTY and EXOELLEKCE. DESXBIBirnNG AGENTS FOB— International Stock Food Co., Pointer's - Calf Food, Vreeland'a 'Electro' Araenaie of Lead, Heuson's 'Champion' Ttimhato'r. 'Federal' Spray Mixture, Bpntt's Dog and Poultry Specialties. E. B. COX & CO., Cnr. East Terrace & Rondle St, Adelaide, OBtalosnes Free. ? ? uUSSc 'LOCOMOTIVE' BRAND LUBRICATING OILS. fTRAPT.ra ATKINB ft OO., G0BBD5 SXB3SET, ATyffTrftTPffT wo1Jr9— FOR MOTORING- - Ring «p W. J. BAULDERSTONE who has always Tbree First-class Can for Hire— 20-b.p. VaaxbalL No. A 47; 18-h.p. FJf., No. A 48; and 35-h.p. Overland, A. 49. Private 'Phone— 3613. Private .address, Angu ; itreet, Adelaide. ? Stand 'Phone— 1988. - 1 ' ?'-?126c I

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THE PRINTED WORD. Books And their Writers. BOOKS RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

THE PRINTED WORD. Books And their Writers. By 'SperoA BOOKS RECEIVED, From George Kobertson Pty., Ltd.: — ? 'The Kingdom of Slender Swords,' by Hallie Erminie Rives. 'The Marquis of Lossie,' by George McDonald. 'Proper Pride,' by B. M. Croker. 'A Tramp Abroad,' by Mark Twain. 'Our Lady of Deliverance,' by John Oxenham. 'The King's Mignon,' by J. Bloundelle Burton. 'The Marriage of Margaret,' by Ma dame Albanesi. 'The Little Brother,' fay Gilbert Can

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

ADELAIDE -NEA& POST OFFICE). TeeUi Stepped, Scaled, and Rrtncted. Crown and Bridge Work. All Extractions are absolutely PAINLESS with out any ill effects afterwards, 2/6. Fees paid for Extractions will be allowed off the cost of the Artificial Teeth when replaced by me. - OonsottatioBS and Advice Free. All Wort: Guaranteed. ? slSSc

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Test Match Chances. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

Test Match Chances. The first test match of the triangular series between England and Australia wil begin on Monday. What are the chances? One of the soundest judges of racket in South Australia, is the old interstate howler Mr. Bob Wigley, of McLaren Vale The ^question was put to Mm, and he re plied: — 'On paper it looks a good ih''ng for TViglanfT Our batting does not seem to be- quite strong enough.'? 'What about Macartney?' 'He is doing wonderfully, and the se lectors who left him oat of the Austra lian Eleven last season ought to resign.' 'Which do ? you regard as ths weakest point in the Australian Eleven?' 'Their batting. They are depending so much on Macartney, Bardsley, Jennings, and Gregory. The bowling is very strong, but the batting is weak.' 'And you think England will win?' 'Yes, on form, but cricket is a funny game, and you never know what may happen. I sincerely hope that our fel lows will come out on top.'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Price of Mutton. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

Price of Mutton. The reports published this we^k regard ing the price of sheep, which reached a Ttcord mark, need not unduly alarm householders. Mr. T. Yates, of Elder, Smith. & Co.. Limited, was seen on Fri day afternoon, and was asked. Are sheep going much higher?' '?I don't think so,' he repliad, 'and,' be continued, 'this week supplies were short. We have to realise tha* we have a much smaller market than Melbourne, and when we get buyers from Western Australia our market proves very sensi tive. Since the sale at which the high prices were reached, two butchers have been to Melbourne for beef, and ocp of -hem to Mount Gambier.for mutton. For the coming week supplies .will be -heavier, and the extarordinary high price will not be. maintained.' 'What about Western Australian buyers?' . . . 'I have- had advices from the west that supplies of sheep are not expected to reach Perth from the north-west foi two or three months, so that there is likely to be a demand fronL there ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

THE JOMEL. C-A. POULTRY jan- KENNED OEDB. 38th GBAHD SHOW. mOAT-and SATURDAY, June 88 and ». -Gates Open — Fist Day, from 1 pjn. to 10 pjn. Second Day, from 10 a-m. to 9.30 p.m. ' Admission, i/. . . ? .. CLAUDE WINCHESrEBt Secretary. Office, 23 Waymonth -street, Adelaide. Fire, Marine, Accident The Company also nndertakei Livestock Insurance against Fatal tirr****-± or death from ttaiuial Causes. ^ . ? .'._ . FnH particulars of rates obtainable from Com pany's Agents in all Towns throughout. the State;: m ' ' ' ' '3. A. BHJEZ, Manager for, S.A. ??- ? . ' ? ' ' ' so' .

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Poultry and Kennel Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

Poultry and Kennel Club. Thirtjr-eij^ith grand show. .Tune 2S and 29t The secretary '(Mr. Winchester) has supplied the following list of poultry en tries. The total number .is 570, and' is made iid as follows: — Dorkinsr. 8: Cochin. 4.; Langshan,v 2;. Brahniaj3; Plymcnth Rock, 31; Orpington, 62; Wyandotte, 55; Favorelles, 8; BLhode Island reds, 4; old Fnglish game, 12; modern game, 28: In dian game, 9; Malay, 92; Minorca, 17; Leghorn, 46; Campine, 2; Andalusian, 5; Hamburg, 2; modern game bantam, 26; variety bantam, 20; exhibition bantam pen, 2; ladies' classes, 7; novice classes, 2; boys' classes, 11; selling classes. 25; ducks, 42; turkevs, 2; geese, 2; table poul try, 37. THE INDUSTRY BENEFITS. All modem writers are in agresment that the pnre-bred bird is essential to the progress and development of the poultry industry. Is not, then, tuSsed standard necessary to the pure breed? Is not the «how a necessity to the breeder? Who bat the breeder of show stock tril1 main tain the puri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

ALBION CALCIUM CARBIDE i Q ? — - Bom Ordinary Imp and Qaartfir-tncli GraiiulaM Is 2-cit. lood-coYerel Drums. * Large Stocks always on hand and to arrive. lowest Prices on application. ' 0 ELDER, SMITH, & CO., LIMITED. aalgb. GALVANISED IRON, PIPING, CEMENT, &e^ &c. WE S&VE STOCKS ON HAND AND TO ABHIVB. LOWEST PBICBS ON APPUOATTON* ELDER. SMITH. 4 CO, LIMITED.

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THE POULTRY TICK. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

THE POULTRY TICK. On Tuesday evening, June 25, at 8 ).m., the Poultry Expert (Mr. D. F. Laurie) will deliver a lecture on the poul try tick, under the auspices of the Micro scopical Society, . at . their rooms, Institute suildings, North terrace. The lecture will -e a public one, and will be illustrated by numerous fine slides illustrating the complete life cycle of the tick. All poul try breeders and others interested are cordially invited to attend.

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PRACTICAL PARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

PRACTICAL PARS. A man with an. ungovernable temper should not be trusted with a horse, any more than a - drunken chauffeur should be allowed to drive an automobile. One way to keep -good thoughts in is to keep bad thoughts out. Weeds only grow where they nave an opportunity. In winter protect the stable against adverse winds. ? : ? ? One cubic foot of water equals 6J gallons and weighs 62$ lb. A. fairly heavy crop of hay or grain wilj require for transpiration through its leaf surfaces the equivalent in water of 12 in, in depth. ? ' The draught horse should be broad, deep, thick, round, with each part in keeping with its neighbouring parts, giv ing an appearance of symmetry and mas siveness.

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CARE OF FARM ANIMALS. TROUBLES OF THE RESPIRATORy ORGANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

CARE OF FARM ANIMALS. 37 'Vet' (Written Exclusively for 'The Mail.') TROUBLES OF THE RESPIRATORY ORGANS. To one accustomed to the normal sounds in the throat, breast, and chest any alteration will be at once noticeable. Disease materially alters the sounds made in the breathing of y**1 flnimgl. But, apart from sounds— and the . far mer or stockowner cannot be expected to know these unless he has had special training — other indications exist which will help him to tell if there is anything wrong with the breathing apparatus of an animal. He already knows ttat a full stomach will increase - the respira tions and temperature. Exercises, &c., .will also influence frhpm, , The discharge from the nostrils can be considered of importance. The thick, yellowish dis charge is probably from the bronchial tubes. If thick and white the trcuble it-ay be diagnosed as influenza catarrh, and when the horse's head is held straight out and the discharge is watery, the symptoms suggest sore th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

'The Mail' Order Form. Published every Saturday Night Price 2-L ? ' . \, She Manager Ibfl Xewspapeca M4. V Gilbert Place, AdelaM*. ; t flease tend The Hail' to 1be address given below. ? Subscription, Delivered in any part of the City or Suburbs late on Saturda* night, 4/ per half-year. ; (f * Post free, 5/ per half-year, \ Name. ? wt...^..^, j Address ? , ? «....„..„,« 1 Ifveaoired for a Quarter -or ?Year alter -the Form accntftaafe. 1

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THE DAIRY. TREATMENT OF DAIRY HEIFERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

THE DAIRY. TREATMENT OF DAIRY HEIFERS. By 'Jersey.' (Written Exclusively for 'The Mail.') When heifers are showing signs of springing they should be brought more in- contact with the dairyman, who. should make a practice of spending a few hours weeklv auietlv handling them, with. a view of making them quiet and ' con tented. The writer is a great believer -in being* kind to heifers right from the time they are calves, for not only will they do better but they will be much quieter ever after wards. Springers should be brought close handy to the homestead, where they can be readily fed if necessary, and a watchful eye kept over them. It is a wise plan, if not too far forward, to. encourage them (when time permits) to frequent the bails with a few older and quieter cows. Kever put the springing heifer in strange sur roundings just before calving, but if you THE TRUE TYPE OF MILKING OR BAIRT) SHORTHORN. THE TRUE TYPE OF MILKING OR BAIRT) SHORTHORN. move her to a nicely sheltered paddock...

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THE SUBURBAN HALF ACRE. THE SUMMER GARDEN. THE PERENNIALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

. . THE SUBURBAN WILF«AGRE. . . THE SUMMER ' GARDEN. By 'Greenleaf.' (Written Exclusively for 'The Mail.'). THE PERENNIALS. Perennial flowers, lovely, stately, taD. I would that I coold grow you nearly all, But as my garden is of small effect, A Jew ol you U all I can select. r How we yearn for a large garden with - Bmple borders, broad beds, and various ; nooks; ?when -we consider what perennials to grow. There are many varieties that are each worthy of the best places in our gardens, bat we are bound to hesitate on account of the space required. If we ' must have a number of varieties then a '.' good clump of each must suffice; but if .- content with just a few, separate beds can perhaps be allotted to each variety. -?? Many varieties are best raised from seed, which can be depended on to give the best of flowers, but others have been selected - from thousands of seedlings, and are nam ed and propagated from the selected -' plants. These are better purchased as ! plants, as the sm...

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WEED, OR MONDAY DISEASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

WEED, OR MONDAY MOBHINGr p . ' DISEASE. ? . ' ;, 1 Thin trouble is confined chiefly to hea*f draught horses liberally fed and kept at terdwork all the week, rested for one day, but receiving the usual amount of haW? feed. Preventive treatment is _ ap parent. Give less Hart ieea on onn™™ and holidays, 'and add a httle Epsom sattB or saltpetre to the drinking water . or feed. In milking heifers^ the land, gentle milk-man should be given this important work, which often means the making -d a good dairy dm, as against her bang completely spoilt by the inore careless and bad-tempered milker. lor best re sults at the bucket the heifer should be also milked by a good milker, fast and thoroughly. Great care should be exer cised ' by' owners to see they are properly stripped out. The heifer should be kept in milk for not less .than eight to nine months, even though at that time the dairyer finds she is not juBt *fca paying her way, the value of the nrilk'given being below a profitable level....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

The r. :: ^m 'OVERLAND' i Motor Car. Nowhere in the world of ?Automobiles can be found 1 a Car exhibiting more r painstaking care in con struction than .the ... t 'OVERLAND'; while r strength, speed, and grace \ are its typical qualities. i) You can pay more for a Motor Gar, but you cannot get a better one at the price. If you intend to pay more, see this Car fiat — it may change your mind and save yon money. Write for Hmstrated Booklet giving full description. Murray Aanger Ltd.. Franklin Street, Adelaide. nsl2Sc

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

( THE LOWEST PRICES in this city for Reliable Jewellery— all descrip tions—and the Satisfactory House for Bepairs is I. E. HALL, VGDR Jeweller, GAWLEE PLACE, Two dootE South of Bundle street. ? ? ltfcc

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