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HOCKEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

HOCKEY. A.N.A., 10 goals, v. Sturt, 1 goal. Forestvllle, 2 goals, v. Semaphore, 1 goal. ForestviUe— 2 goals. Semaphore — 1 goal. Goalhitters— Cowham (1) and McLellan (1) for the Forests; Wilson (1) for the Semaphores .

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BASEBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

BASEBALL. Norwood— 18 runs.* Sturt — 4 runs. Goodwood — 10 runs. West Adelaide— 3 runs. Goodwood's success was largely due to Joe Kennedy's hitting.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

Cattos Whisky wFavunte in Adelaide fe^Mr Years

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

LAND SALE. Matin, Russell, & Co., Limited, auc tioneers, Port Adelaide, report having very successfully sold ? 23 allotments at Cheltenham by auction this afternoon. All the land offered, with the exception of two allotments, was sold at satisfactory prices. The sales were as follow:— Allot- ments 1 and 2, Strou'd street, 23/ per foot; allotments 3 and 4, Stroud street, 22/ per foot; allotments € and 7, Berkeley street, 19/ per foot; allotments. 5, 8, 9, 10, 13, 15, and 16, in Berkeley street, 20/ per foot; allotments 11, 12, 34 and 17, in the same street, 21/ per foot; allotment 18, at corner of Hitrn and Berkeley streets, 24/ per foot; allotments 19, 20, and 21, High street, knocked down to the same buyer as the corner, 26/ per foot. The same purchaser also bought allotments 82 and 83, Tewkesbnry street, at 20/ per foot. Total Bales, £1,212 2/8.

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GOLF. ADELAIDE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

GOLF. ADELAIDE CLUB. . The second round of -the Bosatrjuet 'Cup competition was played at Seafon this afternoon, 'and the following were the best IT scores for the two rounds. The first eight players lave qualified, and will play oE by match play: — First Second round. round. ? Net score. Net score. TtL Waimnigbt, J. 8 ? 79 77 156 Taylor, W. D ? T9 86 165 Winsw, Leigh .* ?.. .. 78 88 166 Davenport, S. A. ... „. ,. 79 87 166 Lloyd, E. J. ...»„.. 86 83 169 HaywanL A. D. „ „ ik 81 £5 169 BxmiU, H. L. ? « 87 171 Jay, H. M. ........ 83 89 172 Milne, K. M. ..'.. _ .. 83 g» 172 McArthur, C. .. .. M M 85 67 172 linklater, H. 1L ,,,_.. SO 93 172 Goode, K. B. ........ 88 85 173 Giles, T. O'H. .'. „ „. „ 8t 89 173 Learer, E. ? ...» 80 ' 85 175 Trench, C. Le P. .. _ 68 87 175 Bawkes, R. J. .. ., .. „? 85 91 176 Lloyd, H. V. ...... 84 92 J76 OLENELG CLT7R. Second. Round Championship played to day. 1st 2nd m Rnd. Rnd. Ttl. W. J. Gunson ? 80 81 161 G. Cheadle .. .. „.- .. .. 79 83 162 H.J. Bell.. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LACROSSE. A GRADE. PORT ADELAIDE V. EAST TORRENS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

LACROSSE. A GRADE. PORT ADELAIDE V. EAST TORRENS. Flayed at Woodville, ,and resulted, in a decided victory for the home team, with 11 goals to 4. The game was very much in favour of the Ports -in the opening term, the * combined; work of JMftfey, PresrraVe. and Macdonald beiru respon sible for the bve goals scored to one by Torrens, for whom Gower, E. Smith, atad E. Mann defended in capital style. Gower was successful in scoring once. Cpon the change of ends the play became more even; in fact, the visitors' centre field completejy overran the Ports; but the homes failed to make use of their chances, while at the other end Pres grave and Jaffrey accounted for three goals. The play of Hocking, Parsons, and Parnell in goal baffled the attempts on the easterners' part to scoot, though A. LilL Oke, and Richardson had many shots. At the final change the hjme team iid 10 to 2, and without doubt did not take the game too seriously ic. the final term. The passing and catch In? ot the Torrens...

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

stands out conspicuous ^wtt^^BE$&^KB^H that rare note of in- Iflj^n^HflOffi^ dividuality in clothes. jJSmmBm^mmtmJU Our Suits Bear the Hallmark of Individuality. We have an exceptionally wide variety of Suitings, including all the Smartest Weaves and Dyes in Fancy Tweeds, West of England, Scotch Tweeds, and Serges. Prices range from (J3 / np to 105/. ALL MERCERY LINES HIGHEST QUALITY, LOWEST PRICE. COULTAS & SONS 'The Tailors Who Tailor,' iRundle St., Adelaide. ASK FOR | WALKERVILLE ALES. PUREST AND BEST. fcsl25c

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BOXING. Monday's Contest. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

BOXING. Monday's Contest. South Australia's champion heavy freight, Em Waddy, will be opposed to the most formidable opponent he has yet met -when he dons the gloves with the clever Sydney middleweight, Tim Land,, at the National Arena on Monday night. Land at present weighs about 11.7, and is a big fellow for his poundage, being as tall and having every bit as long a reach as Waddy, to whom he will be conceding something like a couple of stone. Snowy Steele and Bungardy will box a prelim inary. -

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SCHOOL OF MINES. Lecture on Aviculture. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

Lecture on Aviculture . On Friday' evening last'tKe CrovernmHif'1 Poultry Expert -Jib.7t); ¥, ; ^asa^\ -Ssi' llvered the ^ecbnd lecture of tKe cunsef The subject was ''Houses and Yards.** The reasons for' and benefit accraing front bousing ppulfcry -were fully -detailed. Th«( lecturer; stated ffiat 4fe''had' always been! a strong' 'beTiereir jnTaaegiisle bpusing, and had had 'almost a battle to obtain pronea lecognitdon, of. this important ^fet. PrdpeU . houBing was as essential as were good feed? ing and selective breeding. In describing . the necessary accommodation for fowls* ? ducks, &c., full details as to the best ma terial to use were given, as well as a' ; practical -and scientific explanation ol tha yrindples ^oyeming construeton - an-$ ???'? practical asei- -The various types -'if houses \ were esplaihedj asd' the 'evolution of tha modern scratching -slied bouse was eum- ' ' . iiarised. .' ' Attenfifin^Tra8'':idrawn to - the : excellent scores now- resulting, in -s...

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PROMINENT FIGURES AT THE FLOWER BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

PROMINENT FIGURES AT THE FLOWER BALL. THE MAYORESS OF ADELAIDE ? (MRS. H. A. PARSONS), VICE-Pr.3S 1DEXT OF THE BALL COMMITTEE. THE MAYORESS OF ADELAIDE ? (MRS. H. A. PARSONS), VICE-Pr.3S 1DEXT OF THE BALL COMMITTEE.

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

^y^.^ ADELAIDE,

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

Commercial. Fair activity has characterised markets generally this week, good distributing trade, being reported in all seasonable lines' withont-.aay' material changes in values. A good: export trade iias also been experienced. Port Adelaide being es pfdaUyjbusy with wheat, flour, iiran, and oets- shipment, while all available Fpace for filling op interstate boats lias ceen utilised for chaff, especially for Sydney and Newcastle. Wheat. — English and Continental mar kets have maintained their strength, and following cargoes have found, buyers this week. Sailers — Chiltonford, Sydney, March Bailing, 40/3; ViUe de Mulhouse, March, from Sydney, 40/6; Apcuo, Syd ney, March sailing, 41/3; Skicn, March sailing, Sydney, 41/3: Touraine, Sydney Kiiling, Pebmary, 41/6; Bougan-pi'le, from Wallaroo, May, 40/; Mexzotaa Cecile, Maxell sailing, Sydney, 41/3; Kdd, Aprfl, from Sydney, 40/6; Auven, from Port Wakefield, April/May, 40/1*. Steamer nercels also found market at 39/6 to 40/. XJie best sal...

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

CAWTHORNE'S 17 RUNDLE ST. For VIOLINS, MANDOLINS, BANJOS^ 'CELLOS. CONCERT AND BOEHM FLUTES, AND PICCOLOS. r HARMONIC STRINGS for STRINGED INSTRUMENTS our Speciality. VIOLIN BOWS, CASES, and PT& TXNGS of every description. NEW MUSIC received every week Iran* London and the Continent. OUR STOCK OF MUSIC is the most varied in the Commonwealth, and includes the BEST EflitionB of CLASSICAL and MODERN MASTERS. WE SPECIALISE in TEACHING MATERIAL of every description. Inspection invited. ,;_,* .. nsUSp M. B. WILSOF, THE QUALITY. STOBEi , - GEQCEES ASD PKOVEION HEBCHAHTS. We tan m complete Delivery Eex» ' vice that will take our perfectly - cooked Pastries, qtkes, tad Bnsdi ? direct to your door daily. Oar prices are Moderate, «nd Quality ,is the keynote cf oar business. Bins up 615 Central, and give o» a trial. ALL CLASSES OF OATBEING J? BOHPIiX / ATTENDED TO, M. B. 'WILSON, THE QUALITY STOEE. . Corner North and Kent farrarffl, Kent Town* / ? -.^167-351 i,-.

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SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

SHIPPING. Semaphore.— Saturday, Jnne 22— High inter, 1 a-m.; low water, 1 pjtn. Sunday, Jnne 23— Times of high and low -water doubtful. AEBIVED.— June 22. Enryalus, 6., 2,308 tons, McFarlane, from Singa pore. H. Mnecke tc Co., agents. Moldavia, E.M.S. (P. & O.), 4,830 ferns, E. H. Gordon, from London via . ports. Elder Smith, & Co., agents. Boon, G.M.S., 5,034 tons, G. Wittetein, from Bremen via ports. H. Muecke & Co., agents. SAILED.— Jane 22. Moldavia, R.MJ5., for Melbourne. ? Irishman, s., for United Kingdom. Ashridge, s., for Newcastle. ? Pilhana, 6., for Western Ansbalia. Karoola, s., for Western Australia. Pariaga, £., for Spencer'E Gulf. Ferret, 6., Spencer's Gulf. Warrawee, £., Edithburgfa. Juno, s., Stansbury. Kooringa, s., Ardrossan. Ksiatta, £., Kangaroo Island. IMPOBTS.-Jnne 22. Euryalns, from Singapore— 3^00 tons englf. Boon, from Bremen-^60 tons general cargo. Moldavia, from London— 200 tons general mer chandise. EXPORTS.— June 22. Irishman: For...

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CALLS AND DIVIDENDS. CALLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

CALLS AND DIVIDENDS, CALLS. ' Payable. £ s. d. Jime 1— Papua Plantations, Ltd.' (5th) 0 2 6 June 6 — Lnpton'a (8th) ? o 0 3 June 11— Macks, Limited (4th) ? 0 2 6 June 12— Spring Creek (2nd) ? .006 June 12— Chillagoe (3rd) ? 0 0 6 June ,12— Wilson's Hill (1st) .. .. .... 0 0 6 Jiine \12— Great Finch ? 0 0 3 June 12— Commodore (10th) ? ..003 June 12— Eowan's Find (1st) .. .. .. .. 0 0 3 J«ne 12— Bullrash -Estate (1st) ?.. .. „. O O. 3 J-jne 12-^rarvel Loch (13th) .. .. .'. .COS June -28— Oaks -Amalgamated „ .. .,..00 2 DIVIDENDS. June 1— Oroya Links (2nd) ...... .; C 0 .3 June 1 — Henry Jones .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 7* p.c Jiaie 1— Biiverton Trams .. ' .. .'. .. 0' 2-. 0 June 3— Adelaide Electric (onL), interim a p.c June -3— Melbourne Electric ? „ 5 p.c June 3-^ritisa (17th) ? 0 5 0 June 6— Bagot, Shakes, & Lewis .. .. 7 p.c June 7rrSydney Ice (paid) ? ?.. C 1 0 June 7-^Sj'dney Ice (con.) ........ 00 41 J-cne 7— Black Range .. .. .. ..,.,, 0 0 9 ?June 11— Kookynie Bullfinch .. ....

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

B Sft* Grand Cafe should appeal to all tfaieCy and comfort tevlntf f olK ? . . H ^B ' catering as it does to the bohemian element ^B ^J A constant throng of Brightly dressed, animated, atmssement seeBSng jH ^B patrons is Tn****'tf the 'Grand' Cafe the rendezvous for theatre parties. . BV ?h Our -wine list comprises all that is choice and rare. Let the appealing *? ?W power of a thoroughly bchemUn cafe persuade you to get acquainted ?? H with the finest Cafe in Australia. . H I I J^k^m^w^L IV^ rm M Cs^ I Td\ m ? ^'mtZM m 1% II ffeJ I 1 ^^J ^y I ? I Phone 1680 Central King William Street H

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

S. J. ASHER, STOCK AND SHABEBROKEB, Old Exchange, Pine street. Member Stock* JSxcfiange of Adelaide. Telephone S506. - nsl25c

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

^lltl«+lMtll3^JIMtMII.i**-rilMin^ The Silkworm I ; Is properly understood in Japan, the Land of the Chrysanthemum ! 1 and the Cherry Blossom. When there I saw everywhere the ! ! ^grtW industrious Japanese people cultivating the silkworm and weaving ; ; I VMAy from its silk beautiful materials in the shape of Robes, Hosiery, and I all manner of gorgeous and unique silk wear. As a result I ; ; ? \ : brought back with me a wonderful and exclusive selection of : : artistic Japanese Silk Goods. ? ; [? - Lovely Kimonos. Rare Hand-embroidered Silk Robes. I New Shapes in Mandarin and Butterfly Opera Goats. ; Elaborately designed Embroidered Silk Screens. ? ; Artificial Flowers for Private Receptions. I Silken Hosiery in all shades. ? : ' . ? ' ' '?.-,? i v'^j |«- _gj^ Appointments by letter or telephone willingly made ySsxd ^veryi, ?*% f V^? courtesy and attention shown to those desirous of inspecting my*' *;? \ exclusive Japanese Stock, ? - ? . ? ? — — — - — ? =*. - '»; f* F. A. DAW KINS |...

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SYDNEY STOCK EXCHANGE. SYDNEY, June 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

SYDNEY STOCK EXCHANGE. SYDNEY. Jnne 22. The mining market this forenoon was dulL The following sales took place: — Oxide Options, £39 10/. £39 15/; Kyloe Copper (ord.), 2/3; do. (pref.), 3/6; Vegetable Creek Tin, 2/6; Junc tions (ord.), 11/8, 11/9, 11/10, 11/9; terms, one month, 11/101; Tongkah Harbour Tin, 47/: Junc tion North, 13/3; Bullfinch, 10/Ti; Hawkins Hill (con.). 4/6; Mount Morgan, 63/.; Macgregor, 3/6. 3/8, 3/9. 3/10; O.K. Copper, 1/8; Queen Bee (old), 4/101, 4/101, *fli &/? Mesas.' S. C. Ward ft Co. bare supplied os with the following Sydney quotations, dated June 22:— Morning.— Goldsbrough, Mori, 47/9 seller; Hampden Cloncurry, 42/3 buyer, 42/6 seller; Mount Elliotts,- £6 seller; McGregors, 3/9 buyer, 3/10 seller; O.E.'s, 1/8 buyer, 1/9 seller; Great Fitzrovs, 4/ seller: old -British, 66/6 buyer, 59/6 seller; Broken Hills, 55/9 buyer, 56/6 seller; Junctions, 11/9 sales; Junction Norths, 13/3 buy er, 13/6 seller; South (con.), £6 seller; Sulphide (ord.), £6/ sell...

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INFORMATION WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

TWFORMAn6N WANTfto. Some egg dish_ (for 'B. .W-,' Banff side). ' , : . ' Recipe foe __ plum «ke (f« *F» -O *t Goolwa). ? 7

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