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Teams for Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

Teams for Monday.; ? w ? Adelaide OvaL— South Adelaide v. North Adelaide. South Adelaide (from)— W. O'ConnelLG. Coley, C. Hollow, E- Tho mas, J. Windsor, J. Tredrea (captain), ¥.. Kitson. J. Duane. F. Keen A. SfheH fcch, R. Dugan, J. Lawson, L. W&ye, C Clarke, C. Tredrea, F. Barry, S. McKee, E Jones, J. Hanley, and G. Wallace. North Adelaide— K. Threadaold, A. Daly, F. Sellick, R. G. HcKaiL E. Johns, N. Thomas, L. C. Thomas, L. Klein sthmidt, A. H. Kloee, S. WalUs, B. Leahy, N Teague, D. Cole, A. Ewers, B. Moss, T. Leahy, R. Searle, and D. O'Brien. Alberton OvaL— Port Adelaide v. Sturt. Port Adelaide— P. O'Grady, F. Hansen, J. S. Dickson, Duthie, H. W. Olivtr, J. Ashley, S. C. Bettison, S. Hooking. H. Eaton, C. T. Cocks, H. Rose, J. Londri gan, J. W. Robertson, Knacman, H. Pope, E. Callinan, A. McFarlane, and A. Congear. WAREHOUSES AT FOOTBALL. Teams representing Messrs. G. and R. Wills & Co. and Messrs. D. & W. Mur ray, Limited, will meet on the Norwood Oval...

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

BRITISH ASSOCIATION. Port Adelaide (last year's League cham pions) v. Association team (at Hind marsh Oval). Port (from) — Rowley, Flashmin, Snow, Mann. Wallace, Price, Brennw. Duns tnuir, Denham, Sampson, Colgan, Patter Eon, and V. Johnson. Association — Johnson, WaUtngton, Chard, Ward, Wheeler, Jackson, Holmes, T Stewart, Wood, J. Stewart, and Shep pard. St. Peters v. Y.M.C.A. (at St. Peters, 11 ajn.). St. Peters— H. Yeomans (goal); backs, A. Waterman, A- Matson; half -backs. EL Ernbergj- G. Beaton. A. V. Adams; for rards, E. Lockwood, H. Coats, A. Clay ton (captain). W. Fisher, J. D. Stewart. Reserve, G. Ross. South IL v. Adelaide IL (Hurt street, at 10.30). South n. (from) — Pearce, Dobson -cap- tain), Burman, Wallace, McEinlcy, Gould, Wilkinson, Butler, Richards, Adams, Mann, Culvert, Bowes, and Preston

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VICTORIA. THE LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

VICTORIA. THE LEAGUE. St. Kilda (12.14) beat Richmond (6.6). Geelong (12.7) beat Carlton (3.12). Essendon (16.24) beat University '7.10). South Melbourne (9.12) beat Fttzroy (3.10). Collingwood (6.17) beat Melbourne (6.9). THE ASSOCIATION. WiUiamstown (7.9) beat Port Melbourne fo.12). Brighton (8.18) beat Essendon (8 7). Footscray (22.17) beat Melbourne City -1S). Brunswick (14.14) baat Northcote (7.16). North Melbourne (1L6) beat Pruhran (6.9). ?

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

BEST FRESH. An aviator flying in Australia fell from a great height recently, but was caught by some telegraph wires, and escaped without serious injury. When rescued from the wires he remarked. ''Thank hea ven you don t run your telegraphs on the wireless system!' At a guessing competition this week the test was to guess a lady's age. Although there -were guesses from 1 to 100, nobody guessed right. The competitors were too polite to guess higher. The following interesting definition of a 'toff' is at least up to date: — 'What sort of a bloke was 'ef asked a man in conversation with another in the Port Adelaide train on Thursday evening. 'Well, 'e was a 'toff/ ' was the reply. 'Toff? What sort o' toff do yer mean?' ex-quired the first man. ''Why, you know them toffs; them fellers what gits their necks shaved at the back!' When one of the comedians at the Tivoli was causing the audience to laugh convul sively the other evening an elderly man — an outbacker— sat tight without even fi...

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THE LIE OF THE WEEK [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

THE LIE OF THE WEEK. The Poultry Fancier. — 'I hear you know n, little about poultry?' I queried of my friend the fowl enthusiast. 'Well, now, Swaine, you've hit me where Fm tender. I must confess that I do know somethine about those birds. I've studied them from the egg to the saucepan.' 'What was the most extraordinary experience you've had among the fowls?' 'Lemme see, there have been so many. That was a peculiar affair where the old Malay t.te a bicycle tire in mv yard and laid au egg with an indiarubber shelL' 'Well, that was only natural, I suppose.' 'Yes, but Trait on. \ou see, 'when that hen came to sit on that egg she had a -terrible job to hatch it. The indiarubber shell kept stretching and stretching until the old hen was perched six inches in the air. She was like that for four months. One day that egg hatched with a report like a cannon, and out stepped a full grown fowl. The next best was the white Leghorn hen that drank vinegar and laid pickled eggs. Now, she. WAS a h...

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

FOOTBALL,. LACROSSE, AKD TEKSSIS PLAYERS, YACHTSMEN. AND PEDS.. THEY ALL BOY THEIR FOOTWEAR AT FEDERAL BOOT COY. Football Boote, white canvas, 10/6; Bos Calf, ankle protection, 12/9. Lacrosse Boots, 5/11; Tooths', 4/11. Yachting and Tennis Shoes, 5/6. Running Shoes. 5 spikes, 8/11. Reduction to Clubs, S or more pain. 78. RUNDLE STREET and Branches ?125c

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THE WATTLE PATCH. ITEMS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

THE WATTLE PATCH. By ' Geoff Swainc.' ITEMS OF THE WEEK Mr. Fisher's idea to award a five-pound bonus to parents of . brand-new children born in the Commonwealth is creating widespread comment. ? Some people fa vour it, some don't. Personally I don't think Mr. Finlipr has crone far enough. The bonus should at least be given to parents of children who have grown up, and are doing some good in the country. What good is a baby, anyway? It is risky to invest a fiver in a baby. The youngster may grow up a waster, or a lunatic, or a prohibited immigrant, and be of no use to the country whatever. Make the little beggar prove his worth before forking over the money! And. where do grandparents come in? Why are they not bonused? Does Mr. Fisheff know that grandparents are indirectly responsible for all children born in the Common wealth or anywhere else? I doubt if he does. Anyway, in my opinion, grand parents should get a fair trade commis sion on all grandchildren born round about. It's onl...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BASKET—BALL. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

BASKET ^BA£rt- |i sooth; austrahah' asbxz&xeoh. ^ The aillUada^airereinable jto «onipTeber a tram to meet CSty Karion on Moniiy in^, and the motions gained 2 paints ss a renui oi the forfeit. , : - O.BX met the Adelphians on Mmiiy, whet '. ttere was a food attendance. Both team* were ™h»!it»ai eatii having -won three mCAev after a contest in winch the teem* irate 1evij dentiy tax from form. Hie Addpnitrenenaerge* victora ty S sods. SoDreB-3ni^taaans, S TTie'Boirthmrk-Adelphian matdi in die TrlnlU , tun on ?n*aa«yiTOved a enrpnaa to snagf ? - tn^ied -* B&S JSMHot the tallF o! tfceironE -*t»S»ed iESMSM1** local- team «ith m .

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BRITISH ASSOCIATION FIRST LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

BRITISH ASSOCIATION FD3ST LEAGUE. Ports — 4 goals. Hindmarsh— Nil. HINDMARSH II. V. CHELTEN HAM IL For the first Quarter of an hrar it look ed as it the visitors were going to give the Bxndmarsh lads a run ror it, but the home backs proved too good. One oi the visitors handled in the penalty area, and Nbden, taking the kick, made 'no mistake. The same player added another one from a nice pass by Brownridge. Kalf-time scores: — i goals to nothing, in favour of ITindmaxsh. Hindmarsh were unfortu nate in losing the services of Brownridge early in second half, he having to leave the ground owing to a bad leg. Tbe visi tors played a fine uphill game, but the Lome forwards were not to be denied, and Lewis (twice), Noden, _ and Cnristison scored in. quick succession- Chilt^uham were unfortunate in missing a penalty. Time arrived .with the score sis to nothing in favour of the home team. Port IL— 1 goal. Magill— Nil. STURT V. TADANGA. Played to-day on Sturt's ground. Sturt had the misfortun...

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S.A. ASSOCIATION. WEST ADELAIDE EL V. NORWOOD H. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

SA. ASSOCIATION. ('Mail' Special ReDort.) WEST ADELAIDE H. V. NOR WOOD II. A small crowd gathered on the Norwood Oval this afternoon to witness the game between these two clubs. The personnel of llie teams was as under: — West Adelaide EL— Poole (captain), Grace (vias captain), Thurlow, Carey, Starr. Flvnn. honest. Connn, Baker, Ruf us, Joyce, Gipp (2), Smith, Sims, Keegan, Thomas, Main, and Warren. Norwood EL — Warming, Cook. Cope, Cunningham, Gibbs, Grarit'ey, Gib bons, Hill, Hawkes, Johns, AlcJJamara, Parnell, Sowton, Scutt, F. Smith, Selth, E. A. Smith (captain), Thomas, and Trembath. West Adelaide only havinp- 16, they had to call on their traiaers Carey and Warming to take the field for them. Umpire Bailey bounced the ball ?5 min utes after schedule time. ? FIRST QUARTER. Nothing wonderful in football was shown by cither team this term. Most of the play was on the western wing, to wards which a strong wind was blowing. slid on one occasion the ball was blown right into the bra...

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

Jean Lm MltUNUS 1 AND 2 SETTER- BUILDINGS ' {Upstairs only).. . - - Corner of ' Hindley and Cresbam Sts. Adfihride. , Entra«c»,'Gresham^treet^-- . - - ? j-; Telephone 137. nsl25c

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OODNADATTA LINE. Official Inspection. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

OODNADATTA LINE. Official Inspection. His Excellency the 'Governor (attend ed by Mr. Rowe), the Commisiioner of Railways (Mr. A. B. Moncrieff), the Chief Mechanical Engineer (Mr. B. F. Rushton) the General Traffic Manager {Mr. J. B AlcMeu), and the Deputy Chief Engi neer for Railways (Mr. J. C. B. Mon crieff), returned this morning from the annnal inspection of 'the Oodnadatta line. The party started on Tuesday, and tra velled 1,427 miles. 'The weather was cold, but there were no hitches in our trip, said the- Com missioner this morning. 'Hie country is looking wonderfully well considerinfE -the small amount of rainfall, and people are in good heart, though in parts things still look bad. The stock trade is increasing steadily, and the cattle are coining down in fairly large numbers from the outlying stations. We had as many as 20 engines on special and ordinary trains vertepday, thus showing that the Great Northern line is not idle.'

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

LATE ADVEB.TIS&BESTH, ' , J_ EXTENSION- IiECTOBES. - ' . On TUESDAY, JUNE 35, at 8 p.m., PROFESSOR HENDERSON Trill deliver the Pirst of Tfaree-IieetnreB on . ?the BOMAKTIO BEVIVM.'PT'EMGUBH ' IJTEBATUKE.' Ticket tor 'Use Course! of Three lectures, 2A : Copy of Syllabus on «ppircaiion to _ , '. . . - CHAS. R. HODGE, fecgi&isr_; IT. M. C A* . 8SED ANNIVERSARY. KXBIBrnON BVOSDISG. .... THDHSDATj JUKE 87. ' High Tea, 6.15 (3/). Gymnastic .Display. . . At 7.15 CHAS. H. ALEXANDER .compete » 'Sine-Song.' 'Farewell-Adaress by Dr. WILEUB Chapman. Be Early. : ??-? . Great Holiday Attraction. ADELAIDE OVAL, MOND4T, JUNE 24, Commencing *t 10 a.m. ' ' Under the Dinstingtrished Patronage and in the - Presence of His Excellency the Governor. REVIEW OF SCOUTS, Iry UEDT- -GENERAL SmfiOBEHT BADEN- I POWELL, K.C.B^ itCV.O^ ' to be followed by - SCOOT DIS-LAYS. . ' ,' Admission, 6d.; Reserves, €d. extra, s GORDON WESTON, General Secretary. , SOUTH AUSTRALIAN BRITISH POOTJBALti '. ASSOCI...

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ENGLISH DOMESTICS. Sewing Bees on Board Ship. Matron Interviewed. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

ENGLISH DOMESTICS. Sewing Bees on Board Slop. Matron Interviewed. 'Mrs. Moore is not in,' was the answer which greeted 'The MaQ.' .representative who enquired for the lady Superintendent of Immigration, at the Exhibition Bufld ines. this mornine. 'Can we do any thing?' 'Yes, if you are the ladies who brought the recent batches of domestic helpers to Australia, I should say you could. You don't mind being interviewed, of course?' They did sot mind, and, . in fact, the idea seemed to tickle Mrs. Hume Lindsay, who arrived last Monday with 23 young women on the Belgie. She smiled en couragingly — and broadly— preparatory to fossicking her memory for interesting in formation. ... 'You must not think I am not strict on board ship' she explained, 'bat I am in. one of my off-duty moods this morn 'Are all your charges placed?' 'Yes, every one. Some are going to their situations to-day, and others will go on Monday.' Miss Rintoul, who came with a party of 26 on the Commonwealth last week, sta...

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THE ADELAIDE HOUNDS. At Mount Barker. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

THE ADELAIDE HOUNDS. At Mount Barker. (By RUPERT.) The weather conditions were kind foe the meet at Mount Barker. Mr. A. J. Barker (one of the keenest supporters of the club) and the local residents had in vited .the hounds to meet in that- district. and entertained members in a way that left nothing to be desired. From the time we arrived by special train until the time we left they did everything that one could hope for from any one. 1 am sure every one participating thoroughly enjoyed their outing. No time was lost after untruck ing our horses to adjust saddles, and move along the road to near the show ground, to the south of the township, where hounds owned to the line, and led us at a merary pace in, a southerly direc tion, through Mr. C. Pope's, Mrs. Palt rdge's, Mrs. Lacey's, Messrs. Thompsons, Jacobs's, Lockett's, Alexander's. Itew's, Woodman's, to Mr. A. J» Barker's, where a cheek was made. Mr. and Mrs. Bar ker entertained a numerous gathering to afternoon ? tea, and three ...

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THE COMING TEST MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

THE COMING TEST MATCH. By 'Point' -.i To-morrow at Lord's the first test match of the season: between England and Australia will be started. ' Recent cable grams suggest the likelihood of fine wea ther, and that is nrobablv the best chance for tiie Australians. In Maearauy they navea batsman ?who stands at ths present moment head' and shoulders above his con freres, and may fairly be regar-Ied a-3 one cf the three best batsmen of tie day, *vith Hobbs and Spopner as the t-.ther two. It will be interesting wasn the papers come out to see whether any Eng lirn batsmen have done so well this sea eon to date as the brilliant Sydney piayer. if the averages - which are givea below are carefully studied one kcan only come to the conclusion, as we pointed out weeks ago, that the weakness of the Australian Kleven is their batting. Most of the runs have been ' made by four men. A mtter like Smith might make a lot of difference in the test match if he came of; but there is no denying that if the...

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PROFESSOR HENDERSON. New Course of Extension Lectures. Romantic Revival in English literature. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

PROFESSOR HENDER SON. New Course of Extension Lectures. Romantic Revival in English literature. Professor Henderson will begin a course of three lectures on 'The Semantic Be vival in English Literature' on Tuesday evening in the Prince of Wales's Theatre, Adelaide University. Of the' manv snb jects Professor Henderson has so brilliant ly bandied this promises to be perhaps the most interesting, and public apprecia tion has been amply shown, in the steady demand for tickets. ' The movement to be dealt with is one of the most important in the history of English literature, and reflects a change in the. national temper in the course of the eighteenth century, which can be readily detected in the political, social, and re ligious life of the time. For this reason the. 'first lecture deals with the revival of imagination, 'nth™''^'^ and heroism in the political and religious history, with special reference to the work of William Pitt and John Wesley. It is entitled 'The Times,' and pre s...

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THE TRIANGULAR HATCHES. AUSTRALIA V. SOMERSET. Easy Victory for Australia. LONDON, June 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

THE TRIANGULAR MATCHES. AUSTRALIA V. SOMER SET. Easy Victory for Australia. ' LONDON. June 21. The match between Australia and Somerset was continued to-day on a good wicket, Somerset tn their second innings scored 204. Sisgood and Bobson were leading scorers. Emery, McLaren, and Kellcway were the most successful bowlers for Australia. Mayne and Kelleway made light of the task of knocking off the necessary runs, and Australia won with 10 wickets to Bpare. SOMERSET. First i'*''g« .? .» ......»«»*? m »« 59 Second Innings. J. DanielL c Matthews, b. Emery .* 26 P. 5. Hardy, b. McLaren .. .. .. .-. .. 21 M. P. fiajana, Lb.w., b. Emery ? 12 B. L. Bisgood, c. Webster, b. McLaren 41 L. C. Braund, c. Webster, b. Emery .. 1 tfillard, Lb.w., b. Emery .. .. .. ,. ,. H K Rnhson. b. Kellewav .. .. .. .. .. 35 Button, Lb.w., b. McLaren k. „._ -m .. 0 F. D. H. Joy, b. Kelleway .# »^ »* *.: 7 Newton, c. and b. McLaren ** ,.# ,, .» 6 GteswelL not but... *.. *«. .;. »i »« *« 8 Extras ?- .. «... ft.. ?...

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AFRICA V. SOUTH WALES. LONDON, June 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

AFRICA V. SOUTH WALES. LONDON. June 21. South Wales continued their innings against the Africans to-day and carried their 4core from 34 for 2 wickets to 192. The chief contributors were WMttington (57), Phillips (49), and Simons (41). Nouree secured 5 wickets for 50 runs, and Pegler 5 for 53. The Africans in. their second innings lost 6 wickets, for 158. Snooke was top scorer with 43. , Scores: — ... AFBIGAN6. Fixst inningB ...'?? .. ». ?? ... ?? ...352 Second inninga .. .. .. .. .. .. 6 for 158 . -., SOUTH WALES. . First inningB ... »* ». .. ,. *k ... «* ?? 'iSZ.

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WHIPPET RACING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

WHIPPET RACING. A meeting of the Woodvilla District Whippet Club was held on the Hilton grounds this after noon. The results were: — Open Handicap, 150 yards.— First Heat— Sea- spiay (19 yds.). Halfway (21 yds.); 9 4-5s. Second Heat— Storm 8} yds.). Ocean Qoeen (61 yds.): 10s. Tirird Heat— Graceful (20 yds.). Comedy King (17 yds.); 9 4-5s. Fourth Heat— Lady Slavey (12 yds.), Mainlock (U yds), dead heat; -Os. Fifth Heat— The Sport (20 yds.), Bed Streak (21 yds.); 10s. Semi-finals.— First Beat ? Lady Slavey 02 yds.). Comedy King (17 yds.-; 9 4-5s. Second Heat— Graeefol (20 vds.). Sea spray (19 yds.); 10s. Thud Heat— The Sport (20 yds.), Ocean Queen (61 yds.); 9 4-5s. Final —The Sport (20 yds.). Comedy King (17 yds.). Graceful (C20 yds.)i Lady SUvey (12 yds.).

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