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A LAD BAILED UP. Money Taken. SYDNEY, June 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

A LAD BAILED UP. Money Taken. ' ? SYDNE5T. .Tune 5» With a revolver pointed at him and & 6tern demand for money, X-. Rea, aged 15 years, living with his parents at 54 Lower Fort street,. Sydney, had an exciting ex perience in Trinity avenue, about 50 yards from his home, last night, and was robbed of bis purse, which contained some money. The lad was walking along the dark part of the avenue, -when a man jumped in front of him. asking the boy where he was going. On receiving the answer the man drew a revolver and covered him. Shiver ins with fright the boy handed. over the pufjse. and .money, -The thief- then de camped. -- ? ? ?-? - -—??-'? ? ? ? . ;??_? '

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

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

THE SOCIAL WORLD. By Irene.' \ Lady Bosanquet is desirous of holding a 'small: -exhibition of curios at .Government House toward? the end of -August, and her wish is that anyone who owns, email objects of interest, such as miniatures, r-hira .KniiflfhfHkCS. seals. £a.n«. enamel! glass, or prints, will be willing to lend them for the collection. Antique objects of historic interest and anything .pertain ing to age' and beauty would greatly help the exhujitipd'. 'Shells', ojf. other objects of nature would not be suitable as exhibits.' The proceeds of the display will be divided between the QneenV Home and the Dis trict Trained Nursing Society. Miss Mary Proctor, who will begin her astronomical lecture tour in Melbourne on Jaly 15? is 'now on'her way to Australia by'tlie .steamer Makura. ']A't the termi nation of her visit to Victoria she will' proceed to Sydne*-. and probably make an extension tour to Brisbane; eventually making for Adelaide. ' Miss Proctor hopes to give at least fou...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WEDDING. LORD NORTHLAND TO MISS HILDA COOPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

WEDDING. LORD NORTHLAND TO MISS HILDA COOPER. Australians will be interested to hear of a fashionable wedding that took place at St. Margaret's -Church, Westminster (Eng land), on Wednesday, June 12, when Miss Hilda Susan Ellen Cooper, granddaughter of Sir Daniel Cooper, married Lord North land, eldest son of the Earl of Raofurly, formerly Governor of New Zealand. At the death of Lady Northland's father the baronetcy went to her uncle, Sir WilKam Charles Cooper, formerly of Sydney. Dorothy, an elder sister, is married, to Colonel. Henry Streatfield, Equerry, to Queen Alexandra. k ' ?? ? '

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

ENGAGEMENT.. r- Miss Henrietta Marjoric, youngest daughter of the' late Dr. W. T. Angove, Teatree Gully^-aind Mr. W. R. -SScSaril-. eon, youngest son: of Mr. W. B. Richard eon, Koppio, Port Lincoln. : ; v -

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

PERSONAL. Mr. James Kemp. Victorian Govern- 1 ment Printer, is retiring on a. neuron of! £800 a year. He has been in thi eervice J for H years. -4

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HOW DAD SAW THE HUNT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

HOW DAD SAW THE HUKT. Ut wur in Devon, whar foxes do be en curidged to reer large familees in f woods, that Ah seed a 'unt. 'Twar loike this 'ere:_Ah wur walkin' on tf road, loanly loike, when Ah 'eerd doags barHn' and yeUin' fit f bust tharsel's. Seemed f I there must h* been a millyun of . na. So Ah muted by f soide uv a low sod va& s'roundin' f wood f see whit 'fdoag* had f matter V un. ' Affer mount V spa Ah sees s'm red co'ats w* men insoideor un and top 'ate 'n tbir Jeads, 'n- hersea: under un, which was gallopin' Fr allltihey wuz worth. T* doags wur leftdih* imt 'bowt 20 ov nn, and they ddags corned, stra-at fur L Thinks. I, 'This ain't 'n» fair djnlniTn Wat do un wa-an't *wf IT*, . Oop they come'd, 'n' then ;iin stuck 'their noases on f ground, yell'd, joomped oaver t* Trail anr) on to tf ToadJ over V wall on t'other soide, 'n' 'way oaver -t? ploughed field to a wood 'bout a moile distant.' ^37 huntsmen 'n' Tvimmeh, 'bout 30. 'ov/.nin, scraambled over t' wall, and so...

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WITH THE TIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

WITH THE TIDE. Percy Haughton, football coach, was talking about queer, football games. 'There was a Thanksgiving Day game in Philadelphia at the end of last cen tury, ' he said, 'that was nlaved in a de luge of snow and rain, with Franklin ; Field a foot deep in slush. ! ''The Princeton man, ivho won the toss, said ratherly bitterly before the game be gan— 'Do we have to play in this fluid?' j '_TTes, of course you do,' was the im-i patient reply. 'Come, coine — you've won ! the ^ toss— which end do- you take?' ; ' 'Well,' said the Princeton man, shak- \ ing his head at tbe waters -spread before him— 'Well, I guess ,ve'!l kick vrit'ii the ; tide.' ' ; _ 'Arnold Bennett diue-'l with mo at Ma- ; ria's,' said a Jievr York magazine editor. ? ''during his American visit. While ve : were on the first course at Marie's Bo:v ; nett told me a storv about t'.ic cockney : accent. - * ' i 'The cockney accent, it pcems. tsiiTin j 'make haste' iuto 'luiUc 'istc/ and 'th' it i turns into 'y' or *...

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The Fun The World [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

The young man who proposed for the old man's daiighter and got kicked out now says that 'Brevity is the sole of wit. __ Tommy Atkins was walkine down the irortsmouth High street arm in arm with his sweetheart when he ran against bis sergeant. '?My sirter, sergeant,' he said, apolo getically, i -.'Y^ yes,' was the reply; 'I know. one was mine once.' It T?as after lunch, and he was telling once more the ?wonderful things he saw and the still more wonderful things he didn't see in Switzerland, on one of his numerous holiday jaunts 'last year. 'Did you hear' the echo on the Grindel waid.' asked one who had read about it 'Rather! Why, I thought we should never get the ladies away.' '?'Why? Did it fascinate them so much?' 'Not that exactly.' replied the racon teur; 'but they couldn't bear to let it have the last word.' / Found in a teasliop in the Strand: — Phyllis, you are deft and neat, Pretty, piquante, and petite, As with fairy footsteps fleet You serve my 'bite and sup.' Of all the g...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHARGES IN PLANNING Labour Spent on Fittings. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

CHARGES IN PLANNING Labour Spent on Fittings. 'If you can find two houses in the same neighbourhood now that are of identically the same style outside and inside, you can pnt' it down that those structures were erected at least 15 or 20 years ago,' said a veteran builder to a young, architect. 'The modern policy of builders is origi nality, and with the introduction of tne numerous household conveniences, time and space savers, the building interests certainly lose nothing by the latter-day notion. It naturally involves more time, trouble, and expense to handle a thousand and one details when you are finishing a job, but the additional expenditure jb something that the modern' owner is wil ling to pay for, and in addition a man 'who takes pride in bis work derives a lot of satisfaction from turning out an origi nal job. ?'The finish of a modern residence, both exterior and interior, requires more time now than it used to take to erect and complete an old-time house. When you have th...

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

The Pinnacle of Perfection, HATS As Worn by H.M. The King. B125C

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ARTISTIC ROOFING. Tiles y. Corrugated Iron. The Vogue of Metal Ceilings. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

ARTISTIC ROOFING. Tiles v. Corrugated Iron. The Vogue of Metal Ceilings. The' prevalence of corrugated iron roofs is one of the first things commented upon by visitors to Adelaide, and there can be no doubt that it is a feature which is rathpr a blot on the domestic architecture of this otherwise pretty city. It is hard to account for the fashionable vogue for this by ? no means . elegant material, but most people attribute it to the somewhat conservative spirit of the place. Some of the leading estate owners in Adelaide, however, have been sufficiently progressive to stipulate in their agreements that corrugated iron is not to be used on the roofs of dwellings erected thereon, and thus we find well-planned houses capped with Marseilles terracotta tiles adorning such neighbourhoods as Kensington Gar dens, Toorak, and other better class suburbs. An iron, roof is certainly cheaper than one of tiles— the latter, it is esti mated, costing about one-third more^-but there can be no -doubt...

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Electric Light. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

Electric Light. A great deal is heard at every luncheon table just now from the man given to leaking tips of the marvellous suedes of electric lighting, of the fine prospect- ihere is for - investment in both the Adelaide and the Melbourne Electric Companies' shares; The future of both, tttose com cprns is certainly 'most promising. We in Adelaide know what our local com L£ny is doing, and how it' has been lead ing the way from the old-established - gas company. : Less facts can be braid about Melbourne Electrics, though a ?real deal of haphazard assertions are made. Some «f these: are to the effect that. that com pany has the right to supply electricity. to the Melbourne tramway system; that] it is 86 busy it cannot fulfil .'ts orders lor fighting; and that the suburban cor porations are tumbling over one another to induce the company to let them share iti lights. There 'may. be soru-i truth in the ..statement , that the lighting . oilers cftnnot- be^ met,*- but* the scarcity of sk...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE BUSINESS MAN'S PAGE. Money, Mines & Commerce. STOCKS & SHARES. Commonwealth Bank. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

Money, Mines & Commerce. j^Skil SHARES. 'V By 'Asmodeus.' jQjommonwealth Bank. -Hie Commonwealth Bank is now. Seeing licked, into shape by a conference of post office officials, who were formerly con tftcted with the Savings Bank, and the recently appointed general irana ger -of the bank. It is ag . nifieant in connection -with this mat to that . the post office savings bank in Trltti&O^ was - anything but a success. Xt '?j^'lijl until the State gave up esperi .,. n|||Bag - with banking and united the j|iB|5ion with the Savings Bank con |JMJB(i''by commissioners that the lnrtitu ''ifHEyttalned its' present importance. The m&i&A Victorian Savings Bank is a model eijiijbbd 'management and of splendid or t jTiniaalinii Mr. Emery, its general man qgut^is now iii active opposition to any ''? jfijS.'' institution, and this means an es '^- |9pgly heavy handicap to the Comuaon ~MM$f v ? ]i There seems *° be Uttle ^jmpon that the Labour Party costem % tjipt ge...

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

{ - BAGS* I Why have Cold Feet? I Boyfe~Dmilop*H-jtW«terBag£ :i It w31 only cost you m.- tem - f. »hnlmg», fat* it Twffl p« j6H\ -: comfort worth inaay times tfc* i cost. Be mm and «* ? - 'Dunlopf Jwottte tfa^%»i I g?^1 inadartal to hoportiatg I ffld^r^e 'Ifpefa during d^.| ? If yoftCfam oFih,,h$»t, tlw mI ??*v n.itii... ,.?^?!iHy »PBgg« CO. f'jM|

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

DR. ABEJ/S THROAT PASTILLES, For all Throat Troubles, Loss of Voice, Bronchia} Affections,, tc, J. B. BDBDEN. Chemist, King William street.

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REAL PROPERTY. BIG CORNER BLOCK. Bought for £30,000. Insurance Society's Enterprise. Will Put Up New Premises. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

BIG CORNER BLOCK. ? 0 ? Bought for £30,000. . Insurance Society's Enterprise. Will Put Up New Premises. One of the biggest property transactions that has taken place in Adelaide for come feme occurred yesterday afternoon, 'when the valuable block at the corner of Gren fell and Kimr William streets ms bmeht Ft auction ' hy the Australasian Tempe rance and General Mutual life Assurance Society, Limited. The property has a frontage of 75 ft. to K™g William street and 90 ft. to Grenfell street (up to 'Re- gister' lane), and includes well-known business premises, such as. Messrs. L. Co hen's and Max Lewin's tobacconist shops, Cos ell' s newB agency, and HacDonald's outfitting establishment. It extends on the King William street side up to the new offices in course of erection for the South Australian Gas Company, and the buildings on the property at pr-es?nt yield about £2,500 yearly. There was a crowd | in the auction room at the Adelaide Town Hall when Mr. F. W. Bullosk. acting ior Mes...

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

TOHRENStflLLE BUILDING SITES. FOR SALE ?in this ? PROGRESSTVE SUBURB. FRONTAGES TO . ? . HEZSXEY BEACH KOAD, SHIPSTER, HONTRISS, AND ASHLEY STREETS. LIBERAL TERMS. For Plans and full particulars apply W. B. WILKINSON, LAND AUCTIONEER AND VALUER, It Grenfell street (opposite 'Register' Office). ? al60c ENVIRONMENT is a big word, bnt it means a -lot. and if Ton buy a lot at TOOftAK it .means that you will nave a pleasing environment. The natural sur roundings are beautiful, the social conditions an- good, and building restrictions are in force to protect ..yonr iniproveniemV Better hurry up and secure either a Home Site or a House in this delightful bat limited residential locality. You can boy on easv tenns from JACKMAN & TRELOAR, Sole Vanaging Agents, next Bowman's Arcade. 174sc

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

ROSEBILL. The BosehiU Racing Club commenced their Prince of Wsdes's Birthday v«^i; to-day in dull, threatening weather. There was a large attendance. Results were: — FIBST HURDLE BACE. Two miles. ST. LEONARD (St. Swrthm— Mountain Rote), 10 7 (Panunone) .. ? 1 Minoue, 9 10 (Freeland) ., ? 2 King Lucre, 9 0 (Crimp) ? 8 Other starters— Dollar Bill, 11 10; Revised, 9 0; Derale, S 10. Betting— 5 to 2 agst. ST. LEONARD, C to 1 King Lucre, 8 to 1 Dollar Bill. Won by three lengths, with six lengths be tween second and thini. Dollar Bill was fourth. Time, 3.5S. FLYING HANDICAP. Six furlongs. GIGANDRA (Ibex— Ifira), 9 3 (Birett) .. 1 Msltchester 9 5 (Hickey) ?. ? 2 Ioli, 7 3 (Hadlow) ? 3 Other starters— Pittsworth, 9 S; rtunn, S S; Tarrum, 8 12; Oweenee, 8 7; HolEsfem. 7 IS; Miocene, 7 12; Sing Haut, 7 9; IToIimited Loo, 7 6; Veneta, 7 3; Stitch in Time, 7 2; Blake nev, 6 12; Lockmotion, 6 10: Willow Greec, « 9; King Pharaoh, 6 7; Sincentas, 6 7. Betting— 4 to 1 GIGANDRA, S to 1 Yeneta and Bl...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. PERTH, June 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

WESTERN AUSTRALIA. PERTH. June 22. Races were held to-day at Perth in fine wea ther. There was a good attendance. TRIAL. Five and a ball furlongs. SKIRL., .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. « .1 Stirling ? f Gesserant ? 3 Four others started. Dividend for £1, £1 It/. Betting — 7 to 4 on winner. .Won by a noee, with a length -between second and third. Time, 1.94 BOULDER PLATE. ORDINATION (Ayr Laddie-Sato) .. - - 1 Lord Flavus .. ., ? .. ....«- 2 Glorify ? 3 Seven others started. Dividend, £2 18/. Betting— 6 to 4 agst. WINNER. Won by one and a half lengths. Time. 1 15 4-5. BOULDER COMMONWEALTH HANDICAP. - One and a quarter miles. DDTGWALL (Bobadil— Spray) ? — _ 1 Flogger ? : .. — .. 2 Anon ? .. -. .- 3 Eight others' (started. Dividend, £2 2/. Bet ting— 5 to 4 on WINNER. Won by a bead. Time, 2.9 4-5. ? BOULDER STEEPLECHASE. Two miles. LORD PARTHIA -. .... ~. -. ~ ...... 1 Little Jim ? ~ .. .. , ? 2 Mallow .. ? 3 Three others tan. Dividend, £2 2!- Bet ting— 8 to 4 the WINNER. Won by three le...

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