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INFORMATION GIVEN. AN APPETISING WAY OF COOKING UNDERCUT (for "M C " Medindie). [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

INFORMATION i_VEN. AN APPETISING WAY. OF COOKING UNDERCUT {for 'M. C'. MedindieU 1 lb. undercut A little butter and Some thin rashers flour : bacon A squeeze of lemon 1 teaspoonful chop- juice, ped parsley Pepper to taste Pat butter and dust of flour in bottom of baking dish, put in undercut sprinkled with finely choptfed parsley, -cover withl slices of bacon (not too fat) ^ and eobU for. 20 minutes, .basting constantly. iAdd squeeze of lemon. juice .before . serving, (From 'E.-J.,' Norwood.) . .:; QUINCE JELLY {(or '0. _.'). ' : 5 flj. quinces ? 6 pints of water. : 6 lb. eugar ' Boil all together, without peeHng or cut ting quinces, for four hours. , Tike out quinces and bottle the juice. No strain-: ing required; The quinces must be thor oughly _ wiped_ -before- . itnrpg- ?_ .. j(Fxom TO CLEAN. AN EIDERDOWN QUILT (for 'A- J.,' Forestvffle). If the quilt is only slightly soiled It may be well powdered with dry magnesia cr fuller's earth and left for some davs. when it msst be brush...

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

GBVLAW OP CBtiERY 6ODP. 1 pint OI Anirpwrt X tsbleSpOOBEU* GT , or veal stock batter 1 bunch of celery 1 cupful of milk 1 email piece of 1 cupful of cream onion Salt and pepper. 1 tablespoonful of - floor After cleaning the celery cut both it and the onion fine. Pot into. a saucepan wi the stock and let it simmer slowly for half an hour. Beat the butter and flour to a smooth, light cream. Stir into this a few -JER_NTOM. -JER_NTOM. spo__— of the stock: then add this mix tore to the soup. Boil for ten minutes and rub through a fine sieve. Retnm it to the Baucepan and add. the 'milk. When this boils add the cream 'and heat tile- soup just to the boiling-point. Sea son to taste with salt and pepper -and serve at once. ? :

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

RUGBY FOOTBALL. ? SYDNEY. June 22. The opening match of the 'All Blacks' ' tour was played at the -agricultural ground to-day in, the presence of 30,003 specta tors. The game resulted in an easy win for New. South Wales, the final scores being:— New . South. 'Wales, 27 points; New Zealand, 8- -points.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LYSOL POISONING. Servant Expires. SYDNEY, June 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

LYSOL POISONING. Servant Expires. SYDNEY, Tune 22. Kathleen Keanes, servant to ' Mrs. I. C- Norman Nbwaney, 15 Elizabeth Bay toad, Darlinghurst, fainted this morning under suspicious circumstances. She was taken i'o the hospital, but expired in two hours. Lysol poisoning is suepected.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE DRAGGING" INCIDENT. Cases to be Proceeded With. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

THE RAGGING' INCI DENT. Cases to be Proceeded With. The ? two .-boys chiefly concerned in the ''ragging' incident' 'at St. 'Peter'* . College last week, as the result of wh:.ch one of the scholars' was rather severely burned, have been temporarily. suspended. When questioned this evening, the headmaster (Rev. Henry Girdlestone, JLA.) remark ed that .he thought the whole, thing had been much overstated. It is said that in all about 14 'ads are concerned, and from enquiries ready to «it.T it seems certain' that -the matter will be ventilated in 'court; We understand that the two chief' offenders will be pro ceeded against, and an}' further cases vbat may be considered necessary vdll 1-e brought on afterwards.

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE WEATHER. Rain in the Far North. Some Heavy Fall. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

THE WEATHER. Rain in the Far North. Some Heavy Fall^ ' The figures supplied by the Weather Bureau this morning show that during the previous 2i hours light to heavy rain has fallen in the far north and north-west. An extensive low-nressure area is shown on the map covering the whole of the northern pastoral and farming areas, and a cheerful forecast has been issued to the effect that rain may be expected 'to gradu ally extend from the far north over the settled eastern areas. With the exception of Murat Bay, which recorded 8 points, no rain fell outside the pastoral areas. The figures for the latter arc: — . . ? . - . Wilgena, OS0. Tarcoola, 0.60. Oakden Hills, 0.45. Cdondambo, 136. : ? . ? Wircaminna, 1.11. Gibson's Camp, 0.10.. Yardea, -M». ' So. 1 Tank, 0.01. Leigh's --Creek, 0.18. .- ? ; Ik the majority of cases rasa was «-, ported to be still falling. In the Northern Territory ^tennanirfi Creek registered 9 points, Alice Springs 42, and Charlotte Waters 2. r Adelaide. rainfall,...

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

THE £E£BfNG TAlLO&S s ' s - s s ^_ ?*' ' 6- McMHALfi 4 CO., ^*^^5^^^^^ 88 KING WILLIAM STREET, ^^^^' -?»» Opposite Bank of Adelaide. NOW SHOWING NEW ^3 ff . *^ SEASOX'S SDITINGP ®U$l: AND OVERCOATS %±f ' ^^^2**~L ' FBOCK ASD.BRE6S -? ^» /^*^^'- SUITS A SPECIALTY,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WEST COAST. Labour for Development Immigration Officer Will Enquire. Proposal to Bring Out Farm Lads. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

THE WEST COAST. Labour for Development Immigration Officer Will Enquire. Proposal to Bring Out Farm Lads. The Commissioner of Crown Lands and Immigration (Hon. F. W. Young) stated this morning in regard to ihe proposed visit of the Immigration -Officer to the west coast: — . . I As the seasonal prospects ot tne west coast are so satisfactory, ind realisDg the difficulties which ?settlers^in ; those parts are under in securing suitable labour for the development of that; big stretch of country andjharyestiug o^thejerops, I pro pose to see if we cannot ? use our iTnmi gration Office for -the purpose _ of assisting these people. 'Mr. Field, the Immigration Officer, will proceed to Port, lancoltf 'in 'a fortnight's time and visit the various, centres along the west coast. He will at once com municate with, various residents intimat ing to them bis movements and inviting them 'to secure representative gatherings of fanners at the various centres to enable him to explain the immigration r...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Harverson v. Diggle. SYDNEY, June 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

Harverson v. Digele. SYDNEY. June 22. The. billiard match, 18,000 up, between Diggle and Harvereon was. continued this afternoon. The. scores at the conclusion of the session were:— Harverson (receives 2,000), 8,726; Diggle, 7,363.

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

THt REASON WM ^ FRANK A. McNEHA PHOTO, STDDIOS, ^ GAWLER PLACE. ...''-'' Between Harris Scatfe's ana SimpwpX tn 8* Busiest in tbe State is th»t onoe we a«TB th« pleasure ol taking- your PortiaH: ., . .:... ; - IT IS A DEAD' SDBE THING THAT. WE XfOXt PHOTOGRAPH ALL YOim^tELAIOTES ASD ^ , ?'.? ',FHIENpS.- ' . '?'??.- '...-' -t The Slickest Fhotpgtapber «oj the KMfflea Js the; State.. . .?'??..; ...'_;.; ;.-. . '; EEMEMBEE-^awkr *Uee. 'Hwne SU IW j^pptdntmcnlB. - - . . '^Affr - - ' ' I'.'.' . . F«r EBTCSAyiSt^ ,: : ' '- ~.. , ? :' . Hnbber Stmnun,' Seak, Bronze Home Name.-1 , pUtes, Srtss Hates. ~*c ^^ '' AKT 'AND GENERAL ESCaBAVESS/ 'vj. --..V'' JZ AHCADE,^ineUye: : ; fPfciie^g^' ; £ .;(^ Printed and published 'by Oazenee ????'? Moody, for The^'Maii' ^eWsttapeie, 'IfihSt- -^ ed, at tile ^oflSce*,- Gilbeit^ate. *?'£&?' f i laide.. where advertisements, «rdenu^Mfciw#.2 coaininnicationfi are receivel. ' , ' . '-'-.?«

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

ORNAMENTAL HAIR ?SgrSSffi' -0e^^, W^B, Prinzes, Tnmrfonnations, and Switches. Hi^iest qualiiy. I«west *^^@S6IBh faces. Ladies' own Combings and Cuttings made up to Any Design. A^^GV?HbWmBV Reasonable. ^ ggaJHBSp Empire Hair Dje Highly BecammeBded. (Sample Bottie, I/. g. Wb3f&3F H. R U C rl ABnsno P.' ^ W* '? x* aj V» JX, HAIKWOBKER, ^'\ V pUTHVEN MANSIONS, PDLTENET ST., near EXHIBITION BOHiDINGa. *L JtS^L ttu&n and Gentlemen's Hairdrassing Rooms, the Largrrt and Host Hf ^S^K Replete in the City. l?*-'#»Sr'^. FBIVATE BOOMS FOE LADIES. »Phone gsm, « ^- -^ ' ? nsl5cc -I J7JZ » FOB KANT ___3 THE NAME OF STUMP & CO. Bw been modafed with the FIKEST PHOTOGEAPHIO 'WOBK in t_ fffrt-, STUMP €? CO., _J ? 65 RUNDLE STREET, ADELAIDK __5c y-r^ ? : ? * Study Your Health! DRINK Viceroy tea ABSOLUTELY PURE. *? ? ' j H. R. CHRISTIAN Jeweller and Designer,.*. 37 KING WILLIAM STEEEL Cheapest Jewellery House _ the Cfty4

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FASHIONS FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

FASHIONS FAIR. The wearing of smart evening frocks and other dressy garments are so much in demand just now that it Is well to know of exclusive silks, exquisite hand made embroideries, and model ' evenins wraps that are guarantees of good ma terial and careful make, and in this con nection Mr. Frank Dawkins, Bowman Ar cade, King William street, has a varied display that stand out as ths products of the largest and most reliable assort ment ever shown from Chefoo, North China. There are to be seen lengths of plain and striped hand-made silks in all the many gradations of tussors, includ ing pearl grey, delft blue, navy, and dur bar Drown: while the appropriate shades of the handsomely self-colour embroidered blouse pieces are favours for every one'6 wear, and there are plenty here to choose from* , Among the novelties in evaoinz wratw one may walk in silk attire, for there is nothing more a la mode than the but terfly kimono shape. The colours, too, are such that might be found on a...

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

I |l AMES ^PERSON, €: ? iBlbUB WAREHOUSE IS OPEN FOR INSPECTION. YOU WILL NOT ::M* MS BE PRESSED TO BUY. KW t^^^^^?3 i R*_!* '''ll ' m j I Bj^By 'mile radius of This landKOTe JSiildjoard, i ft. wi1-, 7 ft: high, Urge berelled minor, bvatitu&y carved, ooly i-3 17/C. IGHILD^ COT, as Dlustrated, 4 ft. x 2 ft, 20/; 4 ft. 6 in. x 2 ft 9 in., 25/. Our Dlnstrated CatAl8gne is Free nn cpplication. Potted to any address. | OUR ADDRESS, 148 BUNDLE STREET.

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PROMINENT FIGURES AT THE FLOWERS ALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

PROMINENT? FIGURES ATOTE FLOWER ^fALL. EADY WAY. PRESIDENT OF _— 3 BALL. EADY WAY. PRESIDENT OF _— 3 BALL.

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"I WENT DOWN WITH TITANIC." One of the Few Living Men Tells His Story. The Swimmer's Prayer. Farewells to His Comrades. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

'1 WENT DOWN Wim THE TITANIC.' .. *'???? One of tbe Few Living Men Tells His Story. . Ti^e Swimmer's Prayer. Farewells to His Comrades. The London 'Dailv Mail' published on i ilay 13 the full narrative of . Thomas ' Patrick DiUon. who told Lord Mersey, 'I went down with the Titanic, jand . was res Iciied after 'a lone period of swimming in :the ieSy water. . .. . ~ | ' This narrative brings .oijt the, nature of the final scene in a manner that no pre vious -account hjass done. .Dillon, it will be ? remembered, ;gave evidence last week before the Titanic Commission. He . re lated the following:— '? 't was -working .in .the engine room, looking round like, when I heard the tele graph ring. 1 rushed to the door. In stinct told me somehow that something was i going to happen. All the engineers who iwere in. the engine room rushed to the! [pumps.. 1 ! 'Mr. Escott, the second engineer, was : among them. We, of course, knew no ; tiling of what was happening on deck. The engineers seemed to...

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

THE TRIUMPH OF 30 YEARS' EXPERIENCE. JPF-COOK'S LETITIA CAKE, Price 6d. Btanda UNEtJUALLED AT THE PRICE, OE AT !ANY PRICE, 2 _tnND_3 STREET. tJgSec t jr flfpfl Save Tour Combings and have L_yl_ Uthem made op into Switdua, Pin Curb, PuSe, ftc Ladies* Combims ^flrt^t, LADIES* TOILET SALOON, £5 ~ F1RIB STBEETf jUJEUJDE. atAS. poedham; ftipMw, ? we A GOOD POT— BLOSSOM TEA. Do You Use Coffee? Try ... Arab Brand. CONNOISSEURS PREFER IT. ???-?--??.? ji7_0 J

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

ARCADIA CAFE. TUT! SOCIAL RENDEZVOUS. Beantifnily mppointed, CoDXtecras AsastanU,' and Tempting- Turn* h»ve m»de the 'Arcadia' just what will please you. ARCADIA CAFE, (EUJS LTD.), BOWMAN AECADE, KING TOJIAM ST.

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THE RELIGIOUS WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

THE RjBLIQjGfiplP WORLD. By 'Cmic.' O lord and Master of es all, ^ _ Wbat'er our name or sign - ' ' * We. own Thy. sway, we ho«r Thy call*' We it«£t our K\^s by Tfaise. ? ' We faintly bear, we dimly see, : In difiering phrase we pray, B'rt, dim or clear, we own in Tbee , ' The Idght, the Truth, the Way. .' i

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

I | If ttete is o6e quality j| ? ? ' more tban anollier upon jBt P W . / '*4uc_ w«i pride our- K. fig- I selves, it is the FLAVOR2 Iff 1 f ... PH3CBQMM I ? Y| -^We Hive aow^«ver-'*'^P::: :'----- m »* , IJ ixwne all reproach ttat an JjL ? ' ?K r Essence cannot taste, as *f&£. fl : »' I good as Cdffee. made in ts_r - S 'I J &e old way. . faK' W| ? I IT There—on for -mr*«x_i IgF . It ? M |« after all «o_niple; itii— '* J. '''iJaK-v' ??'?-?.-« :? ' I Hrstiy, betaiuae we me the «aaa*^aKTIL . ;Mr: ^H L gntf* li^«i — Iiirai j'imIm y«hD rg^y^ ^IIb'*- * -Si fl 1 l/6to2/-p*r_,_id ??: If W 8' II Sw*»-lT, om ESSENCE h ft ?] /] nnswecteaed. lV JM' ~ '*m '* 1/ '1T« it JU8T ONCE tndwa -ifca^^. V

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CHARGE AGAINST A WOMAN. Remand Granted. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

CHARGE AGAINST A WOUlAN. : ^ Remand Granted. ' Alice McCabe, a short, neatly dressed young, woman,, was charged at the Ade laide Police Court this morning, before Messrs. T. .Gepp, S'AL, E. C. Cliicas,'and W. E. Goodliffe, -with having insufficient lawful means of support. Constable Horseman stated -that he had known the accused for eight years. She followed no lawfql occupation. During the past fortnight he had seen her almost nightly loitering about the streets in com pany with convicted -persons. ?' On June' 21, in company -with Constable Crpwlev, he saw her on the corner of Leigh and. Currie streets, and said to her, 'I see you are loitering about nightly. How are you getting your living?' She answered 'Why pick me?' He told her he had received ' complaints -about - men ~- being robbed in 'the streets by women, and she replied, 'I don't rob them.' Asked; again how she got her living, she said 'Tflat'smy. business. He then told her he would have to arrest her as an idle, and dis ...

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