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

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

OUR. PICTURES STAND WITHOUT _-,#?:; *~ RIVAL j. ; ^ : ja their fit__ 4 ^p ? ? ? for' ?' ? ' ' '* \ BEAUTIFYING THE BOMB. ' HAMLYW BROS., PICTURE FRAMERS, ftc^- . PURRIE STREET (opp. Savings Bask), ADELAIDE , CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY, LTD* B , , ^ Ang&s and Nelson Streets. WINTjiif~ S AM DRAPERY, MERCERY, HARDWARE, &c^ CARPETS, AND LINOLEUMS, STARTS . , TUESOAY, JUNE SSy 19_S& ?Biiiiiiiiiiiig^ BURLINGTON ?-=&= — = Ltd. ? i ' Startling Trices in our Dress . :-,: * Department . Splendid Wearing1 Costume Cloth, 1 AH Latest Shades In onr Famous . B2 , jnches wide, in Colonra, Light 42-inch Costnme Cloth, very good ? ' anfl Dark Grey, Brottn, Mixed Green qnality, 1/0 for 10M. yard, and Navy, very special value, 2/6 - ^ * for 1/6 yard. 42-inch Amazonian Ctoth, to Brown, TSary, Baby, and all leading Fkshion 42-inch Scotch Tmeds, In Mixed able Shades. .. This special line shonld V Colonrs of Green, Grey. Havy. and be iiupected-mt once, 4/11 drees ? Brown, S/6 for ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GREATER THAN THE TITANIC. Enormous German Liner. Multi-Decker. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

GREATER THAN TBE 1TTANIC. Enormous German liner. . . Multi-Decker. The Hamburg- Amerika's new giant stea mep.the Imperator, which will oe one ef J}e.. largest in existence, and surely the largest German ship afloat, will ply be tween Hamhurs . and Kew Yiirk. It is anticipated -that she. will be able to make her.tfikst fcrp&s-ocean''-voyage next winter. 'Hie 'Jjinperatof, which was at -first to be calfed Eupopa, is :of 50,000 tpas, aid 900 ft. -. is idigfli^somE SO it. longer thai 'the Ti taak).-:Her measurements will^only be surpassed by .those; of Ac Aquitania, the .Gunander now ouilding. ; ' She -OTil.be equipped with mtcrnai cpm meSotL ' jrrifrj^i^^ and this decision by the German engineers is considered -in shipping quarters,' as -^n epoch-making . departure, ine vessel mil have two l,fSW-h.p. motors of /the 'Diesel, type, losing .ordinary Juel jot!.' Tbe Imperator will have eleven decks, $sd.. wpl be' fitted out in the post conj-' fortable 'and luxurious way, vrith spec...

Publication Title: Mail, The
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RINGING THE CHANGE. A Deal in Gold. Six Months' imprisonment. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

RINGING THE CHANGE; ; if A Deal in Gold. Six Months' Imprisonment Herbert Wilks pleaded guilty at ihe Adelaide Police Court -this morning on a: charge of having stolen 9/6, the property of Charles Turner, confectioner, of Bun dle stoeet, by the trick known .as ' 'ring- ? ing the change.' Tne information was laid before Mr. T. Gepp, S.M., E. C. CJu cas, and W. E. GoodUffc, by Miss Alice L. Bach, manageress for Charles Turner. Informant stated that she recognised the accused as the' man who went, into the shop yesterday morning, it about H o'clock. He isaid, 'Give me sixpence worth of cakes,' and she gave' him the k'nd he wanted.. .He. tendered a half-sovereign in PWTnent. -She-had to open th= saic to «t't the 9/6 change. He asked her what he had given her, and/she replied a - half Bovereign. He then said, 'tGive it to me tack': again; 'I didpf) mean to 'give . you that. I have the right money h-?re/; She tiien asked him for tJie 9/6 back, and she ^rould return his' halfesovereien. He...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CONTINUES PICTURES. Adelaide's New Theatre Opened. "The Pay" [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

Adelaide^ New llieatre Opened. ,' '? ...?_.... .,'-.. .'i .' . ?At last- Adelaide' can boast of a ceSH tinuous picture theatre ' at ihe1 PavUkp, more popularly known ,«b i ti&eTx. 'Par^,* which opened its doors for . business tSufl morning ,at 11 o'clock, and during-the dM has been doing capacity business. Ouf aty is now, on a Sera, with «ie sister ^States, and although -^e h%ye;been. a lout time in getting the new -innovation in con-, nection with this forin of -MhuaaBient, aa in the case. of the electric -carE,- when /it has come we Jiave: ^t 'the rery; best and most up to date in idie line.'. '': ? ^ , ' . At the invitation o2\ the management last evening a number of prominent' citi- zens, including membeiB . of ' . ihe ' ? CSty Council and the Mayor of Aaelaide(Ald« man ^Bonython) attended » private per- . fprmjince .af.'llKB -*.^ar,' and^all ; .^erfei-'Sifr- hght^d'witti the.etcelknce of ihe pictoiea shown, thejialf-doren.fihnir cnnpitiBing 'tfie * initial programnie_th...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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QUEEN'S HOME. Befriending Young Babies. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

;-- ? QUEEN'S HOME. ? : - l . Befriending Yonng Babies. ?_: Much good work has b^.a^nipKsti &H by -tVip Qnw^n'g 'KfafgTnify TTnmp. 'BJoee Park, fdj- befriejjdi^^pflnB billies from f.tue .day..to.:12 months'; old. The interest » which is taken-^-the-^ssodatMEi *5ts in« '' dicated Tjy/ihe large atfcendanpe at'ths «^.-. aiial meetingt held on ^aay^&fte^ibon' ajt '. the homer'an'd'ihelnilSfen'a^^ta^ mnst .~ have been much encbnrageS-ly.ti^ imani* mous appredatilm orffien-' work. '. Lmjty Bosanquet presided.'- '-f *?.''-.-';- :— .'/.?-' ^''-''' : Sister Howard Clarke' (maironjreajmid In Jannaryilast; . JSister JL^CSksSfi*^. VMr. TV,' HerBer£TPKaUpp6 (preaScntK ? balance Bneet, sppKe. -friui pleasure -:irfv42i$j past ?' 12 months jfc ^beiftg', liighly^'Eatisf&a- Jly Ine . optimism oti ^jBdy- jiennjison '30* ??'? ^er and. -^cvery .ota- jivJiu ^%&fil-^0QSilxivUMSu'-. ' - t«» its -mamtjaaiMtt. .^^eiiaaividttalily-'ol ifcig g-work-.yayagT v;6r- ^llimgest^pofait...

Publication Title: Mail, The
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PROPERTY SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

'?? , - ??- , 4? ^PROPERTY SAfiES, ...' :,rSeveral .^l^rta^^p^rtfeB^TTOc^dis-, E©Jed of .at auotionbjr^Sfesrs; f*seen and -%.' J^sterd^i-^terio^^ ffi& j)rin^pa^ i^ui^^e-iJoi^eff^-olE^djpit^seie'iil' hav gifiC: m .75.: #-r-frotf^gc=fE* ? KI^t ^VtlSam vStfpet 'and 9QT ft. t©;GMSfieife,se«?eet. This was- sold for dE30,000*~ ' ? '-. -?;- Property in : North* terraee/ opposite to Ibe Public -IibraaSp, with -a frontage of IS ft. »4 in. to the terrace, and a depth of 106' ft. 6- in., on which is «-rected a iortion. of professional chambers, which are leased by Mr. V. M. F. Cohen at £160 -a year, was bought by Mrs. M. A. Thomson for £3;000. A block of land in Finniss street, Korth Adelaide, at the corner of Leader sireet, 50 'by 112 ft., containing two dwelling houses bringing, in £70 per year, was knocked down to Mr. George Hannaford for £925. A row of shops and offices in St. Vin cent street, Port Adelaide, 'opposite to the railway station, at preesnt let at £10 per week, was purc...

Publication Title: Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

THERE'S GOOD'. PBXNTdTG 4SD Bin -- PJHSTEfG. : ?^^?..-, WE'VE SEES THE LATTER, BUT ^m-.- r-o-v-.,y-i TBE FORMER. OiVE DB ATBUErJ *- ' MAIL NEWSPAPERS, LTD. GLBEBT PLACE, ADELAIDE. ' ' : ' Tel«plion£s-«840. SSU. 38*2. ' - - ..'?

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

LYRIC CLUB. SCbs Hammett Dyer, a South Anstra- - Han lady who has recently returned frdm England, gave a poetic recital at the .liyiic Club on Friday evenine. A charmine liberty gown of oyster -white satin, lightly embroidered with silk fleur-de-lis. -m'.£he Josephine corsage, was worn .byT AJBss Hammett Dyer; who brings with her :fr0m London an - enviable ? reputation.- - Mies, Hammett Dyer revealed 'a ? ? sense of refinement and taste - in' iaSl her numbers. ' The , programme ' ' was prouped to illustrate' chUdlife . studies, fairy tales, tbe rtgu- of romantic love, add. the tlionghis of closing life. All were given 'ivitf! evident meaning, and' oat* of .jii cxcoHent selection submitted \Miss Hammett Dyer was particularly .suefcefis fi:l in a little, sketch- by the inimitable ohcrt story \vriter the late Owen Henjtyi A negro 'ovo idyll by Laurence Dunbar was also effectively presented. Miss Dyer dosed the recital with' the 'Paring Toast/' a|td iras ivarmly applauded. -Miss Doi'ctS...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRITISH FORCE AMBUSHED. Heavy Casualties in the Soudan. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

britisb: force AMBUSHED, Heavy Casualties in the . Soudan. - Details reached London in 'May of ;fh* fighting against the Anuak tribe in the re mote 6outh of the Soudan, in which twtf. . ' -British officers, five Egyptian officers, and 37 non-commissioned officers and men were killed. Although the enemy were put to flight, the position of the British force was at one time critical. -The column reached - tiie River Dboth (according .to & Renter ?message from 'Khartoum) _ on March 14, end' on the morning ot March TJ ?marchod Eoutk-east at daybreak along the- north river bank. ' The mounted infantry, who formed the advanced guard, sent back in formation that the enemy were holding a line of forest. They then moved off' half left with the intention of turning the enemy's right flank. When about one and a half mites distant from the main body the grass -became yery—Shiek.-iind tigh, and Bimbashi (Major). liehtenberg, ll.l., found himself at close quarters with (he enemy. He gave. ...

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

moner h;v ADSTRAIIAS MDIIUAXi TBOyiuiiSt 9X8BX., MONEY TO LEND. LOWEST OOBBEST- RATES. - - - , - ? ????-?? ijbebal owaais. . .. : . Officet: a BSQ ?WO2OAX BOCBSr. kVltaikmK.-: oHAs a. aownriTCi. . : ' *- ^hkh ' -. ?v--^B«»Sdent--;Sacatai». I THE SA^QffiS BAltE LENDS HOKET OH M0CTGACT JJ / i. THE .LOWEST BATE OF ISCIEBSSE* ? .' * * | FnU-pariicQlaiBinay be obtained «t'theae«*i \ Office, or any branch of tbe Bank. _ .'? , : e!39c W. B. POOLE, Alea^cc ; i A. G. .SCHROPElt/v \\m SEVERAL 'THOUSANDS TO LEND OS MQBI- \ mM GAGE AT LOWEST COBBEHT BATSS. - ?' . '? fSSi Transfers, Mortgagees, and. teases prepared, .aid i[:SB all Beat 'Estate BusineBS tonsacted. ? - - H0p A. G. SCHRODEit ill iaCENSED LAKPBBOKER, -_ ' '?' 19 Flindcis street (/tear CJ.O.), ftdrtaiiV. , J,. ' ' ? . '? Bl60c -? ' ' */J MONEY TO OIIOV y at 5 per -cent., ' ' . ? ? on drr, suBtmBAK, jjsd popnsr;. , TRY FREEHOLDS. \ i Mortgages, Transfers, and Leases pre- . ? pared, and all Real Property and Grown . Lands Work executed...

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

IHE EPTAPLE IST4T|it4|pipi ME1JCY, LT9, : ? 105 KING ^ w~^ ..^(^ ' '' LICENSED LAND AG^TS ATO AUCTIONEERS. . _ tl * X '' : ? ._ ji Greand -iloox^&ESJV DOOR XJJJIXSa) SERVICE- -BODGES; ~™ '—- ^— ? — '~ - *45S»-* ? DIRECTORS: , H. TEESDALE SMITH, Esq. (of Smith ISrTiinms, C^traetbrsi; Adelaide. ABRAHAM BAXTER,rEEq: (of Baxter & Saddler, Contractors); Melbourne. CHAELBB P. BtJTLER, Esq.; (of Butler, Hogarth; & Edwards, Auctioneers}, Adelaide J. W. BLANCH, Esa- (Chief Accountant, Smith & Tuning), Adelaide. AN OPEN LETTER TO PROPERTY OWNERS AND BUYERS. n Our attention having been drawn to an advertisement in the press by a number of Members of the Licensed Land .Brokers' Association, 'we take this oypae- x tunity of making an explanation of jOUR METHOD of doing business, and leave YOU to JTJD&E.if WE -can handle YOUR PROPERTY as WELL 6t BETTEB than the Agents who have felt impelled to. .band together in opposition to us, and by their united efforts...

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CAULFIELD. MELBOURNE, June 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

CAULFTELD. MELBOURNE. June 22. The V.A.T.C. held a meeting at Coalfield to day in clear, frosty weather. There was an excellent attendance. Results were: — TOOLAMBOOL HUBDLE RACE. Two miles and 6i yards. HOME RULE (Waukild-Eton Lass), U 1 (Cahill) .. i. „ ? » ? I Joe, 10 9 (O'Neill) ? 2 Usllawarra, 11 15 (Chevalley) ? 3 Other starters— Monody, 10 11 (D. William eois); Bcfos, 10 9 (McGregor); Liro, 1Q S (Burn); Maltese Cross, S 11 (Ryan); Larrakia, 9 11 (Edwards); Rogue's March, 9 5 (Bobert son); Lord Desmond, 11 II (Koops); (torar, 10 7 (McCabe); Hardrada, 10 13 (Bracegirdle) ; Tun dolya, 9 13 (E. Thomas); Tobaseo. 9 11 (S^cobie); Powerful, 9 7 (Pinkus); Weent-bah, a O— carried 9 lb. over (King). Betting— 6 to 2 agst. HOME KDLE, 7 to 2 fcullawam, 8 to 1 Joe, 10 to 1 Euros, 12 to 1 Larrkia, Powerful, and Norar. Tobasco was first off from Tundulya and VTeen oViah, Larrakia beng left at the post. Tabasco led Bullawarra and Maltese Cross, and Lord Desmond, Tobasco, Joe, and Hardrada kep...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO-DAY'S RACES PORT PIRIE. PORT PIRIE, June 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

TO-DAY'S RACES PORT PIRIE. PORT WRTFL Jim* 92. The Port Pirie Racing Clnb held their win ter pr««H'tr to-day in dull and wintry weather. niere w only a moderate attendance. The caring watted:-— TRIAL STAKES. Of SO sovs.; second bone 6 sova. out of stake. Open to noises that have never won a stake at part of «l stake o£ greater value thsu 15 aovs. Special weights— Two-year-olds, 7 St.; three-year-olds, 8 St.; four-year-olds and up uxrds, 8 it. 6 lb.; mares allowed i lb., and ctldJagB 5 lb. PUffiCE ABYAN (Aryan-^orina), Mr. C. A. Northways b.g.. 7 8 (Krogdahl) ? 1 H.C.W., Mr. A. G. Barwis's b.h., 8 3 (Faw cett) ? 4 loll Taker, Mr. H. J. Quick's b.g., 8 0 (Miller) ? 8 Katurich, Mr. 1. Bailey's ch.ni-, 8 3. BUI Eoran, Mr. J. Featheretone's b.m., 8 3. Alone, Mr. H. WilliamGB b.g., 8 O. Prince Aryan came away from the favourite ax the ^?«*°'~J and won by two lengths. Erne, 1^0. Dividend— 8/ for every 6/ invested in the to talizator. ? FIB^T HURDLES. A h«™ii«*.p of 45 son.; second horse 1 ...

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

ENGLAND. Emile James Berger has been senttr.ced to three years' penal servitude for per jury in the case in which Sir Joseph Ho binson sued Mr. Louis Cohen for'lir&l. The contract for the South Albert dock. Londonjiias been let for £l;400tWKh' The King will cut the first. sod on July 17. A /suffragette .-complains that-bet- ears were fcoSedxby Mrs. 'Asquithy wife, of- the Prime ? Minister. ? : ? . - . Mt- Keir Hardie, . M.P., ,is con-riiieed that' legislative action provides more' per manent results than strikes. Professor W. H. Perkin, of Manchester, lias announced the discovery of. synthetic rubber, which he states can be manufac tcred atta -cost of 2/6 per lb. Thirty 'settlers frein Patagonia have' ar rived in London, and are to proceed to Victoria.' The English actress Mary Gray has been divorced by her Husband, a .London merchant named James William Ritchie. Mr. J. B. Fagan, the playwright, was the '?o-respondent. - - ;. -. ? '?? The Australian pedestrian, Stewart, has ...

Publication Title: Mail, The
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INTERSTATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

INTERSTATE. The Victorian Premier (Mr. Walt) has been fined for failing to havenis -son vac cinated. It is expected that a scheme for in creasing the Queensland 'police force will be submitted tQ the Government. Two children who were lost in the bush at Glen Lusk, Tasmania, were discovered in an exhausted condition under tome rocks at Mount Faulkner. They had been out all night in heavy storms, and vrere found only just in time. The Highland Society of New South Wales is protesting against the abolition of the kilt in certain Commonwealth re giments. William Frederick Ball, who killed his wife, and subsequently stated that he shot her to put her out of the terrible pain she was suffering through illness, was hanged for murder at Armidale on Mon day. . The Tasmanian University Council have decided to apply for a royal charter. A Chinese gardener was bailed u? and robbed of £3 near Melbourne. The New South Wales Government is -to construct a cruiser and three torpedo boat destroyers f...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MUSICAL TOPICS. THE ORGAN AND GRAND OPERA. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

MUSICAL TOPICS. By ' Cosmopolitan.' THE ORGAN AND GRAND OPERA. Reverting to my opening remarks in tflis' column last week on the questic-n of having an .officially. paid city organist for Adelaide, I mentioned .the name of Mr. Ernest Truman, the persent city 'organ- ist of Sydney. Mr. Truman, though not so well known at this 'distance^ mnft be considered one of the best organists yet produced by Australia, and he , has re cently bit on. the .; timely, and. highly inr (.cresting ^experiment: of giving grand, opera recitals on -the noble ftivie instrument at liis disposal. According to a contempo lary, the acts are ' properly divided ? up, and the interest maintained by helpful annotations on the programme. Mr. Truman lias already given' ''Trovatore/' '.Carmen,' .-'Faust,' and ' 'TJbhengrm/' and' the increase^ in the audiences h:ks been marked, and the enthusiasm- high. The organist intends running the whole repertoire of famous' grand operas, and one is inclined to think that these r...

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

FOREIGN, 'A' member of the South African Par liament proposes to move for legislation Prohibiting Asiatics from settling in the country, .and -proViding for deportation with comnensation. The Turkish Government bave drafted 60.000 troops to the Smyrna district. The establishment of the n':w Indian capital at Delhi will cost £4,-*0,0«-. The leading German States, Prussia land Bavaria, show a decline in population of over 100,000 for -the last year.. . A- djnamitard -whs-placed- bombs and iccrinunating letters in the house cff-JiL Kosart, at Cracow, was sentenerd to 15 years' penal servitude- for his part in the plot. ? ' ' . - . . ?_ '.. « Sir Francis YounghuBband,, who -was run over by a motor car in Belgium some t'me ago, has just recovered £1,400 dam ages. A terrible railway accident in Sweden resulted in 20 persons being killed and 14 itjnred. .u ji-.w... .»£,~ „,.,. — Valuable, frescoes .have, Jjeen stolen trom tho palace' of. Bienna,' Italy- ~ .'_'. ' . ' l . A man named Rousse...

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METAL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

METAL MABKET. Messrs. Clarke & Co., GrenfeU street, hare re ceived the .following quotations from London metal brokers, dated June 21, 6.45:— Silver, 2/4 9-16; lead, £1S 2/6 (forward); spelter, £25 12/6; copper, £79 2/6; tin, - £207. Mr. Francis H- Snow received -this week the following cable advices regarding the 'three months' ' forward buying quotation of Straits London, June 17— £197. London, June 18— '£00. ? London, June 19— £196 15/^ fall of 5/. London, June 20— £197— a rise, of 5/. London, June 21— £187 IB/— a rise of 10/. Messrs. S. C. Ward & ,Co. have *upp51ed the following metal quotations, dated June- Sir- Foreign lead, cash price £16. Foreign lead, three months' delivery, '£18 2/6. Silver, 2/4. ' Spelter, £25 32/6.

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SCIENCE FOR THE HOME. & 54,000 TON SHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

SCIENCE FOR THE HOME. By 'Investigator.' & 54,000 TON SHIP. It was generally supposed that the ad vancement of 'marine architecture in the direction of increased tonnage of steam ers would receive a set-back as the re EUlt of the loss of the Titanic, but this does not appear to be the case, as it was announced shortly after the loss of that vessel that the North-German Lloyd (Steamship Company had let a contract for the construction of a 54,000-ton steam er, which is 9,000 tons in advance of the lost Titanic and her sister ship the Olym pic. This marks one of the greatest strides is increased size that has been made during the past five years. It cannot be said that the loss of the Ti tanic was due to her vast proportions, for under the circumstances a much smaller vessel would have met with destruction. Precautions in the direction of providing more boats,, using searchlights, &c, are all that are needed to prevent a recur rence of the fiasco. It would not be ad van...

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