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"EVERYWOMAN." A Modern Morality Play. Glittering Spectacle. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

'EVERYWOMAN.' A Modern Morality Hay* Glittering Spectacle. Here is to Youth— whom all men long to keep! Here Is to Age — to whom we all must creep! Here is to Wealth— « man's best friend, 'tis saidt Here is to Greed — by whom we all are led! Here is tn Bluff — .witJi wtinm m» spdt to winl Here is to Vanity— we are all her kin! - Here is to Self— the one we love the* most! Here is to 'Everywoman'— onr best beloved host! 'Everywoman,' a modern morality play by the late Walter Browne, is an ercel L-nt host. She treated her audience at the Theatre Royal— and a big one at that — to-night to a. dramatic conglomeration, the principal features of which were spec tacle, music, songs, shapely chorus girls, smug platitudes, in addition to all the ether sundry requirements of th-? modern play. Variety is, it is said, the spice of life— variety is the main factor in the complete and overwhelming success of 'Everywoman.' It is a well-known axiom that every woman is in her life attended bv Youth, ...

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

AMUSEMENTS STUDENTS' INSTRUMENTAL CON CERT. To-night, at the Victoria Hall, Messrs. H. H. Dayies and Gordon Short directed a concert by tiieir pupils before a laige audience. . It is always reftesbing to be able to note a student of promise, and in iliss Gladys Fox. Mr. Davies intro duced a young Tiohni^e ot Jnpre jXhan. - ordinary' merit.' In tne Concerto' in £ minor, op. 6i (first movement) Miss Fox; . showed a decision, and maturity of etylfe that- can* only be regarded' as -iii^ily ??&?? vourable to the young 'player's future. ' career. The difficult TadpimaB were play ed with fluency and definiteness, her tone A ?was generally good and sympathetic A 10-year-old boy, Master Robert Fox, also ; gave indication of talent and promise.' , - The little feUow played a Behr 'Hnnga-i . - rian dance' well. Miss Edna Stow Smith did well in her -Grieg number for the pianoforte, but the rbvthm could have been accentuated a' litUeUetfer. Mr. Oswald Batehelor gave a rather protracted r...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TIVOLI'S LATEST STAR. Unique Musical Act. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

HVOLTS LA1EST STAR. Unique Musical Act, . , .Music has npw become a recognised fear ture in aH— vaudeville houses^ of standing It has invaded the leading'haUs' oj London to an astonishing degree. At -'- the Tivoh' Theatre to-nieht .music, in / new guise, was introduced to Adelaidf theatregoers, in the person of 'Burnetti,*1 the latest importation of . the ? enterprise ing Bickards firm. Burnetti .does ? mon( than play exquisitely, he 'visriaUses'' thS^ music. In his performance he had 'SEunonS- musical characters in their respective epfl»| ' cialtiee introduced- in perfect counterfeib} of mannerism, make-up, and inelodyy| From a richly' furnished stage* of black V velvet hangings Von Biene, the famous-j 'cellist, whose 'Broken,1 melody?' is . a: household word the . length .and breadth . of England, stepped forward and played, the 'cello divinely, -to be followed, almost ?' immediately, by 'Qemo,', the famous; Pierrott. Then Beltini, in ' the plctnr- . esque garb of — his- cooaiiy, ...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BELEAGUERED MAFEKING. Baden-Powell on Bluff. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

BELEAGUERED MAFE ,, , KING. Baden-Powell on Bluff, That the story of Mafeking bears re telling was proved to-night by the at tention with which a large audience heard Sir Robert Bdden-Powell, the hero of that memorable meee. deliver an illustrated kcture on the subject at the Exhibition Building. Some remarkably interesting photographs were thrown upon the screen, and the speaker recounted a whole host of exciting episodes connected with what has always been regarded as one of the most famous events of the Boer War. He threw a new light on the subject by lay ing particular emphasis on the fact that the defence owed its success to bluff and talse pretences— an immoral thig. (Laugh ter.) The exposed little town on the plains had only a thousand men. to . hold it, and many of these scarcely knew how to handle a rifle, while at one time the besieging force of Boers totallsd 13,000. 2he defenders, however, pretended that they were stronger than was actually the case, and using every poss...

Publication Title: Mail, The
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Meeting at O.B.I. The Scout Movement Explained. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

Meeting at O.B J. The Scout Movement Explained. Yesterday morning LieaL-Cren. Sir Ro bert Baden-Powell met the heads of var ious educational institutes and colleges. There were representatives from the ILeaime of Emmte. the Anti-Cigarette League, and the Sunday School - Union, among those present being Messrs. F. Chappie (Principal of 'Prince Alfred Col lege), D. Hollidge (of Kyre College), D. TT. Bottrill (of the 'Sunbeam' Society), A. Edwards (Secretary of the Boys' Bri gade), Col. Dean, Sir Chadea i Goode, and Mr. Kirkham Evans (of OJB.L). Sir Robert answered several^ questions regarding scouting, and dealt with the re lationship between the movement and the cadet scheme. Scout training, he said, prepared the lads to become cadets later on, and they were instructed in branches of work not included in the, ordinary cadet training. They were not trained for war, but to become good citizens. Still, as good citizens it was necessary that they should be in a position to defend their h...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE BOSS SCOUT. Review at National Park "B.P." Talks About the Movement. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

THE BOSS SCOUT. Review at National Park. 'B.P.' Talks About the Movemeftt. To-day was a red-letter- day ui the his tory of the boy. scojtfs.^bi iAdelaide, and the 200 or po whfa ^as^nflded at National Park durinc the afternoon took tli fir work exceptionally serioij^f^r BareKritvd ladB in khaki hata. and JS^cfefe lettered be tween the trees wife, #nistfer' design:: on a flag planted by anottief 'troop ? others watched' diligently ,iorj t ;- liosti'.e' 'body- known to be appRja^h^ from the direc tion of . Mount rljfty; 6°^e- i^cre sig nalling orders; otlrers were ?build'.ng fires or gathering wood-:while here' 'and there little groups were,' ?parrying on* imprpvis 3d stretchers whjst/ appeared, to'' tlke-nin- ib'ated to be the ^rpses 6£: the 'slain, All were doing theircbfet, add Vere on thfeir mettle, for the eye of the bj^ Boss Scout was upon them.'1.' .\' ?/''. ?'. ~ V. ; There was none of 'the display of an or dinary military parade *.bout die rswew. Lieut.-Gen- Sir Bobert Baden-...

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

^lOIOSIA PARK. Both tracks open,, and the going goooU ON THE COURSE PROPER. Will Player had assistance from Wllliel Watkin in a mile run in \J5&k. . Lord Alwyne (J. O'Brien) jumped oS at-fhe milepost and picked up Musket Belle at the six, the first four in 57, and the last half-mile in 53, the fnll journey in 150— a good gallop. Hamburg ran seven in 3L4OJ. St. Leonard (Skevington) went ax hi 1.22J. BUly Button, who jumped fences -well yesterday, galloped two miles in 4.0, thej last in 1.55. . - - Fastness went at three-parts pace. Glenfalloch ran a mile in 151. Jaecer seven in 1.414. Sedan and Call Oat took evens to rant i eight. - , A Horsley and Royal llJalion got through' 1 a mile' in 1.52, with the former in front ,% Philharmonic led Dewfall over a half- ' mile spurt in 52J. . : ?? ?- ?'_ i Master Koran was bowling along with* out making lame; \ Thursday fudshed long Tpork witii a mile in L59. ? : ,: ? Edinol (O'Brien) and Tinbrook gailopej .. six in 121 the two-year-old...

Publication Title: Mail, The
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COURSING. Opening of the Plumpton Season. Good Sport at Plympton. Second Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

CbURSING, Opening of the Plumpton Season. Good Sport at Plympton. . Second Day. Another splendid attendance was at tracted to the Plumpton this afternoon,, tcLen the Derby, Oaks, and Creswell Cup Were completed. Although the hares fail t-d to run up to expectation, and many kills -were effected, the coursing light Ibrough was thoroughly entertaining; 'Al- together over 40 trials were decided, and there was not a dull moment. At the conclusion Mr. Letcher reported that the fixture was a record one. The Creswell Cup was finally won by Laurie Vaughan. who was running in. the l omination of Mr. F. A. Tennaiit, and he thus became entitled to £50 and Mr. Cherry's trophy. Right through the big black was eagerness personified, and he Etuck particularly close to his game. In the third ties, after an undecided with Paid in Full, Mr. Smith withdraw Red Major. This left the issue between Laurie .Yaughan and Faid in Full. l'tie former lee! up by six lengths and tum-sd; then £cr a moment it looke...

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

— '-CHAPTER ~'KTTr ? In. the meantime, matters were progress ing at-fbe -mine. -' Hie expert, Fletcher, had made an exhaustive survey, «'*¥ to favourable was his report that the syndi cate immediately pnrchassd a half -share for a veiy substantial sun. Ample capi tal was provided,, and -a ivelepmerst was tit. once pushed forward under the direc tion of the latter. 'I hop-t you are' satisfied, sir,' -ykcs are aarked one night- to 'Basil when tni7 wtre smoking: on tbe verandah of inn inmga lew. . . . 'More than satisfied; but I wish yon would dfep^the 'sir.' ' . 'I know: ljuy Place. , . -You're -different class to me,' said- Sykes doggedly. ''I liope y--u.ara my friend. I apprc ciate that I am' your -debtor, and I shan't' foreet jii.f '? ? :? .''?-?? ????? ? *TTou . owe me nothing, sir. If I had tried to run the thing myself, I should have been done right and left. . As it is,- we've both made ia- bit— with- the pros pect of. a lump more.' 'We shall do all right so long as we do noi h...

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The Red Streak SERIAL STORY ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. CHAPTER XI. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

The Red Streak SERIAL STORY ' (By WILMOT KAYE.) V -AliL BH3H3S i BESEBVEB. ;^ CHAPIER XL (Continued). There vris 'otHg time for a short visit,but ft was snfficientty long for Wilmot tora hse that West Africa 'ras not the iroa foreafcen plice' ne haa alwfeyB thought it to be. and when be stepped into .the boat to go abeam he was latter movea, ior. ner hand was placed over his ?I am sorry I called you a cad, sne feaM tremulously'.- ? 'X deserved it, because if I'd.;*0*?*'* mdux&M&Zaa Batons I should have kept yOT'^fisaE^-'Hie.Ianswsred' .doggedly, ana now ebte iotoly smiled at him. - ? . To him the 'next few days passed with incredible speed. He cursed the right of Axim, and too soon came Accra, .which they reached at daybreak. He had wir ed to Sir Philip from Las Palmas announc ing his defeat, and there was a chair in the customs boat; which was the first to Joan entered the 'mainmie chair,' which was hoisted by a crane, and then she was kept in Tm~rl!'r for a' breath...

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INTERSTATE MARKETS. SYDNEY, June 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

?WTEBSTATE UAREETS. STDVEV. Jone 22. The surpnfe awaiting grocers in Sydney on Tuesday morning will be the rise in the price of butter of all brands by pf per' «wt., which viU make the ruling quotation 140/ per cut. The rise is attributed to a large fallinp-off in the output from the north and south coast fac tories, and to the .strong demand from the Biverina and western districts, also from Vic toria and Western Australia. Within the past fortnight butter of all grades has gone up here SO/ per cwt., and a farther increase is predicted ' for Thursday. The wholesale quota tions for the following- lines were-— Breadstuffis.— Wheat (f.a.q.), on spot, i/H to 4/1; forward delivery (July to Angrot), sellers 4/4 to 4/5; prime chick, 4/4; medium, 4/2 to 4/2i. Flour— City makes (new season's), £10; country makes (new), £9 17/6 per tan. Forage.-:-Cbaf[— Victorian prime, wheaten, £6 15/; oaten, *6 5/ to £0 10/; oaten straw, £4 10/ to £6; Adelaide wheaten, prime, £6 15/; Tasmanian oaten, £6 10...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE MIRROR OF FASHION. Flowing lines and Curves Make the Latest Fashions Picturesque. Drapery Marks the New Gowns. Long Sleeves Back Again. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

THE MIRROR OF FASHION; Flowing lines and Curves Make the Latest Fashions Picturesque. T* Tij .i™ the New Gowns, Drapery Marks Long Sleeves Baclr Again. By 'Irene.' With the season in foil swing and so many smart functions ahead of as it be hoves every woman to look well and to study her own possibilities, there being excellent opportunities for successful dres sing. The modish frock may be picturesque and practical, but beware of the model ?with its temptations toward the ever picturesque, where exaggeration lurks from all points of view, for there is the weak point in the new designs, whi'A axe en the whole delightful. The woman who cannot with anv eon gruity wear a certain extreme mode seems to gravitate, towards that very mode, and the lamentable thing about ths matter. is that a- large percentage of women seem to suffer from astigmatism when it comes to seeing themselves as ethers see them. Bat the fact that the more extreme of tins season's modes are eure to suffer from over-po...

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CASSEROLE OF BEEF. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

-_£SE_O£_'OF BEEF. 1 quart cold beef I cup maehed potato cut in cubes § enp carorts, cntin 2' cupfuls gravj! f» slices good stock I cup tomato) 1 teaspoon Worcea- pulped tershire sauce -I cup-peat or*eans i cap celery, cut in Pepper and salt. slices This -is h good dish to ntflise remnants of cold roast beef as well as beefsteak. Cut beef in half-inch cubes, and put in a casserole dish; add gravy, carrots, celery, tomato, Worcestershire sauce, and salt and pepper to taste. Cover, and cook in a slow oven one hour; then add peas ox beans, and one cupful of potato which has been cooked in boiling salted water, then drained. Continue the cooking until ve getables are soft. The addition of a enp t_ o£ sliced mushroom: caps is considered by many a -great improvement to tins; dish, but their omission does not spoil ife' pflHtif- IT.- .TSr-sRyMTT jTj, t^t li it^wrA', pflHtif- IT.- .TSr-sRyMTT jTj, t^t li it^wrA',

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CORRESPONDENCE. AN APPRECIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

CORRESPONDENCE. AN APPRECIATION. 'WJ.' (College Park) writes:— Just a line to tender my ? appreciation of your splendid paper, 'The Mail/' . 1 much ad -inire your suburban half-acre column, and ,1 think it is the best 1 have seen in this ?State, Toi-r valuable notes ftjboiild prove very, .helpful to amateur .gardeners. OLD COUNTRY SOCIAL CLtB. To the- Editor of 'The Mail/' Sir— Being a reader of your 'paper I was very' ' miich interested in a. paragraph about .a fortnight ago_. .re. an ar ticle, assigned 'Friendship,' and bringing in the Old Country Social Club. 1 think those, who have started this club ought to be encouraged for their -enterprise, as it is one of the most unselfish clubs I have ever heard of. as I. hear it is non sectarian and' non-political, and has for its object to make new chums from the old country feel at home among ?strangers. What could be better than a good shake of the baud and a friendly talk to put a man on his feet? I think that the in dividual who sta...

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SHOT FROM A PASSING TRAIN. MELBOURNE, June 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

SHOT FROM A PASSING TRAIN. MELBOURNE. June 22. Robert dimming, a cabman, while driv ing to a football match to-day, was shot in the head. He .believes .that the shot was fired by a boy in- a- train' 'which was passing Flinders! !Stiee't .Viaduct.

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TO-NIGHT'S REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

TO-NIGffFS REPORTS. ? We . are indebted to the Deputy Post master-General (Mr. R. W. M. Waddy) for the following information, telegraphed, from country ? stations at -9 o'clock to night:-:: — '. '. ? -Jiergott— *ine»- t-ut- overcast. ? v Quorja^-32 points; steady Tain this after noon, rtj&t clear now. ' ''''*,': Pxirt ^Aligusta— 16-' points; clear now. ' E^ithbrnrgh— Lighit raiiv^this afternoon. Port'' Lincoln— Barometer falling; . driz zling -raiiu- '? ''?'?.. ?, :' . Streaky. Bay— ^Barometer -stationary; overcast, threatening. .Geargctott-n— Blowing half a gale. from the east-:- light -showers. -Fowler's- ?Bay— Cloudy. Kapunda — Fine. . ^y^t^iTa^^iiy— ~\ Jffht FMH-^*'** ??.^- ^~^ . ~,t~ ? '. All the soutli-eagterjj^^tBtipnsr reported; fine. ? ??'.?? - '?-.'? ??-''*'. '.. . : :. --.; Smoky. Bay— Very1 like. '.rain. Eucla — ^Fine, but cloudy. . ' ? : Port. Pirie— Misty rain this afternoon;' now clear. - ??? ? i Specaii -Tefegram to 'The Mail.' PORT AUGUSTA,' June 22. The nor...

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TWO AMERICAN SWEETMEATS. Nut and Orange Cream. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

TWO AMERICAN SWEETMEATS. Nut and Orange Cream. Brown sugar, 3 cup- Nuts, 1 cupful fuls. Water, 1 cupful Butter, size of an Orange peel, 1' cup egg ful, chopped fine Cook the sugar, butter, and water until it forms a hard ball, when it is dropped into cold water. Add the orange peel and nuts, and set aside to .cool. Then beat it until it is creamy and -drop from the end of a spoon. Penoche. 2 cupfuls of brown 1 tablespoonfol c£ eugar butter. 1 cupful of white i tablespoonfuls of sugar chocolate 1 cupful of milk 1 teaepoonful of 1 cupful of chopped vanilla walnuts 1 saltspoonful salt £ cupful molasses - Let the sugar, milk, butter, salt, and molasses come to a boil, then add the chocolate and nuts. Boil until it thic kens, then add the vanilla. Take it from the fire and stir until creamy. Put on buttered tins to cool.

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TOMATO SOUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

TOMATO SOUP. l cupful of toma- i-4mpea_— «I toea soda ^ Butter 1 cupfnK of _i_ Salt and pepper Strain the cupful of tomatoes -through/ ?« fine sieve in order to get rid of 'all the fibre and seeds. Tour the liquid into an enamelled saucepan and add a piece of butter the size of a walnut. Heat to the boiling point. Add the soda, stirring welL and when the tomato stops foaming add a cupful of hot milk and salt and pepper to taste. Serve at once. MISS GARDINER, V^TTE ROSE. MISS GARDINER, V^TTE ROSE.

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Upstairs and Downstairs. HINTS ON HOUSEHOLD MANAGEMENT. FLOOR COVERINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

Upstairs and Downstairs. By 'Madge,* FTNTTS ON HOUSEHOLD MANAGE MENT. FLOOR CX)~ERDJGS. The housekeeper of limited means lias always to consider the cost of these, and in many homes 'rag carpets' are coming into use again. itag carpet, as it is made nowadays, is not what it was once, but has become an artistic product, done _B5. DUDLEY HASWARD, SCOTCH THISTLE. _B5. DUDLEY HASWARD, SCOTCH THISTLE. in the most beautiful combinations of colour. And it is 'coming in' fast and being introduced into homes of excellent taste, where the cost has to be thought of, especially, in upstairs halls and bedrooms. I A HUfT TO EMBROIDERERS. | Use a magnifying glass to copy patterns illustrated in magazines, like those for1 Irish crochet,' neckwear, cross-stitch cur-.; tains, &c. It will simplify the work. With a large reading glass stitches may by very easily counted. THE SUPERFLUOUS DOOR. A door which is never closed, but stands awkwardly turned back against the wall ] can be unhinged compl...

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ST. PATRICK'S NEW CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

ST. PATRICKS NEW CHURCH. A meeting of the committee -and -cop* eregation was held at St. Patrielggv.. Church on Sunday last, at which' BH Grace the Archbishop presided. ? - 'fWJHp meeting was held for the purpose of-'iMMH| cirlerinii the tendeis Teceived in confli^ tion with the buildings of a new ^-'WgBH Eleven tenders were received, and ^flBipB Mr. W. Bland being the lowest ft W&m unanimously resolved, on the 'niotioiS|^^H Mr W. J. Denny, M.P., se^ondedH^S Cr. R. F.' C. SuUivan, that it be acceaMHaS Messrs. Wood & Bagot are the riTtfrtirngm His Grace stated that when the aew^R9j| fee was erected it would be one otMBMgra| most handsome, roomy, and best appaHra| cd churches in the city. It will naflHgi frontage of 50 ft. to Grote street «??« depth of 100 ft. It is-. not the intedBEH of His Grace to complete the whoi^HB the plan at present, but the portaon-M^M posed to be built will cost approsnnSHH iM^OOO, and will be quite Ett™'en««ra8 ?A\ present requirements. — ' ...

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