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Broken Hill Proprietary. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912
Broken Hill Proprietary. The sensation of the week has been the advance in the price of Broken Hill Pro prietary, shares. This can be ascribed to two causes. First, the belief that the beard* has affirmed the nolicv of Mr Del prat J in favour of the company establish jr.g works for the treatment of the rich i*on ore of the Iron Knob. That deposit is .rumoured to' contain some 100,000,000 tons of iron ore of varying grade, though whether such a quantity exists has to be confirmed officially. What is of great fignifieance is Mr. Delprat's vi$it to New c-.stlc, together with the news that he' has been in treaty for the Twrchaae of an extensive block of groun*ijJP6gf This yould/ seem to indicate that the com I'Any intends to manufacture there. r*ther ^hania^SojitJj^ Australia, ? where ji,4iad al .ways'been Tbojjed . that -flie worlV would be placed. 'However, metallurgical prac tice- is' td take' the ore' tb the coal and not to bring the coal to the ore, us wou'd have to be done if the ...
SYLLABUS OF TRAINING FOR 1912-1913. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912
SYLLABUS OF TRAINING FOR 1912-1913. ? This will be somewhat similar, to what was laid down last year. Tactical instruc tion will consist mainly in practical me thods of attack and defence. The con duct of marches, reconnaissance, and pro tivtive duties will be included, and at least one -day at the various camps of continuous training will be devoted to a 'refresher' in these subjects. The fol lowing is a detail of the syllabus, both of the home training and the continuous training: — Light Horse. — Skirmishing, dismounted duties, including manoeuvring led horses. Attack and defence of positions by troops and squadrons, independently and as regi ments when possible. Tactical exercise will be introduced into these practices by all officers. Field Artillery.— Selection and occupa tion' of positions.' Arrangements for commanding the battery, including the ob servation and control of fire. Practices will be carried out as .laid down in 'In- structions for Practice, Horse, Field, and Hea...
BULLRUSH ESTATES. Mr. Neil's Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912
BlJl^RUSH ESTATES. Mr. Neil's I&eport. At the request of the Bullrnsh Gold Estates, we publish the report obtained by Messrs. lrwin & Co. of Mr. Harry Neill, ou the Royal Standard Mine: — Actinir unon-vour insd-mrtions. I left Path on May 23, and arrived here on the ZTBi jot that month. ? ?? ' After an inspection of the surface conditions and the pegs of the various leases -and . areas - comprising the properties, L have to report Thar, the areas held under goldmining leases total 115 acres, and that held as machinery and tail ings areas and water rights iota} 12 acres. The country rock consists of ordinary green stone schist; the strike of the country, rock is about east and west, with an underlay to the north of about 69 deep. ' 7ne 'main reef, which can be traced on rlic surface for about 2,000 ft., conforms with the country nek in its strike and underlay. The plans attached* to this report show all. the main workings. ? The total length of. the driving and. open ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912
g* gS55gss5SritS: ? £900— E. ADELAIDE. titLT^ EJi?£^Sv^^/f#^^K'rfL E J'ou rc^y *ra?t a nice Homo in this excel: y-^ y^^'-^'ti/l/AjHaM^SS, 'J™t suburb, you can't' get better -value tlan SJiy-j tS'i jjf ^tHt /i^%^-«^a-i this. - A. Kew Bungalon-, containing Six Tbeau «.t«j iJiy/l/i - '~*l ;Uf? Jg! tifuV Urge Booms, spacious Lo'jn&c, and En -HzM/I*ffmMw M£. ^' [lm!SS closed Back; replete witu all the latest Im *~fJttiv*^«V s£' ik/ilAj^' ' provemciits; handsome 'Mantels and -Grates; Elec ?— tlUfr //I JfoUMMwJ^SSS trie . tight. .. J-aTge TVashKouse, with Troughs * 'JW^M *? MMm^it'JV^fiZei!*^'' and Copper built in. This is a really cheap S-^li^^^ils^ £720— HYDE PARK. It i? not often you can pick up a good Sis roomed House in this popular suburb at this ... ,— i n i price. Here we have a sound Villa, with a. Licensed Land 'BrOkeiS Iar?c block of Und. Not one minute from car. £500 can remain. «uid Auctioneers, J MEDINDIE. ^. ' ^. . _ . _ _ . ? , ._ , _ . .. We have a lovely Home for ...
THE HOMEFINDERS' ART. Modern Methods. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912
THE HOMEFTNDERS' ART. Modern Methods. One cannot but express wonder at the amazingly rapid advances madi in the leal estate business, especially by pome of the leading firms. Old ideas have been completely eliminated, and now there is no place in modern progress for «jut-5grown methods.. Where hitherto but an. obscure calling existed, now has sprung up a sci entific profession, the effects- of which are ? increasingly beneficial to -a more en lightened public. Our reporter in an interview with . Sir. Blight, 'of Hosking & Ryan, Limited, had explained some of the most interesting tcatures of the homefinder's science. Un der their system- it is readily realised that the requirements of an. intending . pur chaser, whether for a home, a farm, or en investment, arc so minutely consid oi-ed that one cannot but admire the 'made to order' results which crown their efforts. ... ? This progressive firm have long since realised that it pays far better to have on* well satisfied client ...
REAL PROPERTY. WORK IN PROGRESS. What the Architects are Doing. BANK OF ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912
REAL PROPERTY. WORK IN PROGRESS. What the Architects are Doing. : B AKK OF ADELAIDE. Extensive alterations arc being made to the Bank of Adelaide premises in King William street. The caretaker's quarters which, occupied several rooms in the base ment, are moved to the second mezzanine floor, and the space utilised for a large clerk's room, -offices, &c. . The present wood-and-iron roof is being taken off, and a flat roof of concrete covered with mal thoid is replacing, it. The latter work is being done by the S.A. Concrete Com pany, and Mr. S. H- Martin has the con tract for the rest of the work. A lift is being installed by Messrs. Unbehaun and Jobnstone. . Mr. Alfred Wells is the architect
THE KENNEL CLUB SHOW. AN OPEN LETTER TO SHOW VISITORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912
THE KENNEL CLUB SHOW. AN OPEN LETTER TO SHOW! vasiTOBs. Dear Friends— I haye written advice to exhibitors and judges, and now. it is your turn. In the first place it must be taken for cxanted that you are interested in dogs or you would not be visiting tne snow, nn less, perchance, your wife or best gin has cajoled you there for the purpose of bay ing her 'one of those dear little pups. If you bare the good fortune to be round the ring when the dogs are being judged— for it is there that you see them at their best— please don't make audible adverse criticisms regarding the qualities of the dogs or the way. they are being handled. Tbe former may displease .some hyper sensitive exhibitor who considers his or her dog the complete embodiment of per fection, and the latter may upset the equi librium of a nervous judge. What! you say— a nervous judge! Yes, my friends, I have seen some very nervous judges, and can call to mind one of the best-known bulldog judges in England. When I saw him...
By "Wire Hair." COMING SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912
By 'Wite Hsiiri' COMING SHOWS. jtane 28 29-L-At' Adelaide The 'S-A. FotOtrr and - - Kennel .Clnb. J..H. Word judges buUdcgs; G. M. Duncan all other classes. Jnly 18 19— Port -Adelaide P. & D.. Society; Judges— Greyhounds and- Whippets, F.~ Bar' veyr Spaniels and Field Dogs, A. Parks; Collies and ' Poms, G. L. Luck; Terriers, A. ? -Milton; BnUdc£s, G. M. Duncan. July 2t to 27— Victorian P. & K. Club, *t Mel ? bourne. July' 25*nd 26— UeLaren Vale V. b K. Clnb. Judge, all dogs, G. M. Duncan. ** ?
PLAYS, PLAYERS, AND PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912
PLAYS, PLAYERS, AM) P1CTDRES. Mr. M. Marcus, manager of the Ade laide Tivoli Theatre, will leave Adelaide on Monday to pilot a Rickardian vaudeville company through New Zealand. ' During his absence Mr. Joe Moutrie will' occrmv the managerial chair. Mr. Moutrie is already well known in Adelaide through his connection with J. C. Williamson, I/tdy When, about two years ago, Mr. Philip vVirth heard of two men doing a head lo-head balancing act on horseback, h« laughed at the idea. A thoroughly- train led acrobat himself, he knew .the difficultV; attending such .a . feat when - performed ~ en the ground, and considered' a Tioree Lack version altogether out of the' aries t'on. The two men who alone in the world perform' this, amazing act. are; Hie Bastiens, father and son, whose beaurl luliy finished work forms one ot the many attractions of Wlrth's circus tHii season. -Standing on his father's shoul ders, the splendidly built yoimc athlete; throws a back somersault and lands, un erringl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912
Seize This Opportunity AND « Obtain Your Own Home. HIDE PAEE' ESTATEJ-In ttis pretty Garden Suburb, ?which is situated only 4 minutes walK of Hyde Park Electric Car, we have this Superior, Attractive Bungalow Villa Besidence. Trith pretty tiled roof, containing Six large and lofty Booms, measuring— 2 17 * 13. *8 1 1*, 13 = 13, i-c. with large Entrance HaU, re plete with every convenience. Bathroom (with heater). Pantry, Cellar, Laundry (with coPP^ and troughs). Stove, &C. Artistically painted and decorated throughout. 'Wunderlich ceilings in all rooms, . lovely mantles, tiled hearths and grates, folding doors, leadlights, pretty grills, nook French windows, porch entrance, &c The Property is new and up to date in erary degree Immediate possession is ob tainable. This charming Besidence is ideally situated in Laoor Avenue, which is prettily planted witi f-c'igh F1''5 This is a splen did Home. PRICE, £1,050. .CALL AND S$E US —^ «- MILE-END. .-» «? At £600 we offer you ...
ARCHITECTURE IN ADELAIDE. Some Complaints. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912
ARCHITECTURE IN ADELAIDE. Some Complaints. 'I wish your paper,' remarkel an ar chitect to-day, ''would start a campaign or something against the prsposl^rous architecture prevalent fin Adelaide's Euborbs.' 'But,' interjected the reporter, 'it is a popular idea that our homes are most tMtefully built; and, anyway, is this not a city -of culture?' 'From an. architectural point of ? view it is about the last place in the world one could 'come to for .inspiration,*' be re rlied.' 'Why, what is wrong with it?' a^ked the reporter. ''The question really to ask,' he anrwer «3, 'is what is right with it? Adelaide is the home of the jeny-birilder. He is pretty bad in Melbourne, and .there are still a few left in Sydney, but he is ram pant here This is the proposition I vuat, you to look at. Take a six-roomed Our' illustration this. week, shows four attractive homes on South terrace, front Ing Osmond Park. This row of houses |s in one block, and includes Jour email attached dwellings ..immedia...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912
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LA PIEDISTE. Remarkable Girl at King's with Wonderful Toes. An Optimistic Australian Artist. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912
LA PEEBISTE. Remarkable Girl at King's with Wonderful Toes. An Optimistic Australian Artist. 'Vaudeville is bo unexpected nowadays that I did not feel so astonished as I should have when La Piediste finished her performance at the King's on Tuesday night. Nevertheless, I was keenly inter ested, and asked the manager of the theatre (Mr. Robert Shepard) if the clever little artiste would grant me an inter view. In exactly two minutes the mes sage came back by a 'commissionaire that the young lady would see me. I followed my guide to the stage door, was- introduc- ed to the stage manager, then conducted to La Piediste's dressing room.- Her eyes sparkled a warm welcome as she begged to be excused chairing Vipn^B But there was no need, I was gaBgfio^ with my reception from the typical young. Australian with her laughing eyes that peeped out from her nut-brown hair which sparkled and glistened in the gaslight as it fell in glorious abandon about her smiling face. I offered my card, and co...
AUSTRALIA'S NEED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912
AUSTRALIA'S NEED. - A leading German newspaper declares ihat it is a marvel of the age what the four and a half millions of people in Aus tralia can produce and consume, having regard to quality and variety as well as quantity. Indeed, the greatest peril of the Commonwealth lies, perhaps, 'n the world's awakening to the fact of the as tounding wealth and fertility of these eonthern lands. While our possession is ?secure under the British flag our interest increases to maintain the supremacy of that symbol.* We are bound to the Em pire by the imperious demands of self existence, and at this critical juncture our most urgent duty is to consider how best we may promote Imperial imoregna L-ility. It is altogether a mistaken no tion that defence consists exclusively in the development of military and naval power. True, - nations have not yet dis covered an alternative to that develop ment. If barbarism is a passion of war fare, civilisation is -a burden of arma ? nient, and the only hope...
FEDERAL POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912
FEDERAL POIITICS. If, as Mr. Anstey stated, the Labour Party is marching to its Sedan, it is pro wtding cautiously and leisurely. The general elections will be deferred till the middle of next year, the partv having everything to gain by delaying meeting the electors face to face. Sf.!l, it is by no means certain that Mr. Fisher is going the way of Napoleon- ILL Much m:iy bap pc-n in 12 months to rehabilitate the Trsdes Hall. Tasmania did not confirm the Queensland verdict. Labour leaders aw preaching moderation. Tne cost cf Iiv::ii» is n.-i to be increased by further tariffism, and, indeed, the party will se cure generous support if it can stay the advancer and at the same time establish a standard in comfort of living. Much, too, will, depend upon relative attitudes towards industrial arbitration. The La bour Caucus at the previous referenda asked the electors for a blank cheque drawn against State rights; the people naturally hesitated to yield unlimited power. If the party shall...
CURRENT COMMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912
CURRENT COMMENT. From the 'Register's'' birth column: — On the 4tb Juni;, at Calcutta, to Mr. and Mrs. S. W. ? , a. son (by cable). We used to think that kindly storks Broucht infants to this world of trounlc; But now, alas: tliat theory quaint Has vanished like a punctured bubble. Tlic paper which we sometimes read Reveals that talc to be a fable; For, judging by tlu- ad. a.l)o\i-, The infants now arrive by cable. — SKF.BEE. * * * From an aeroplane it is eas-ily possible to distinguish a submerged submarine in clear -water, and apropos o£ t\\is being found out at recent British liaval man oeuvres, the '1\UI Mall Ciaz-ette' sagely remarks:— 'Thus the submarine has, in all probability, met her bane. But ob serve how Providence has &n.inged for the defence of these islands. In the south of the North Sea, and in the Straits of Dover, the water is thick, and it is un likely that defending submarines would be detected by aeroplanes. In the north it is clear, and therefore submari...
Taft Has the Votes. CHICAGO, June 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912
Taft Has the Votes. CHICAGO. June 21. Conclusive proof that the Taftitcs have the necessary votes--to seat ail the contest ed delegates is furnished whg££)E raMi to s.at the Taft delegates in the Ninth Ala bama district. . This is the first diistrjct ifcv j&esevelt —-leeSai-ed--*o- ki^fe. ' Jwarl kfc&n;'' afieF^the'vote the^'Koos^ters | conferred to determine whether ts -pot mtb effect the 'non-participatiag ' pro1 gramme adopted by the Soosevelt forces. Every effort is being made to force a final adjournment on Saturday uight.
"THE RED ROLL." Tram Accidents. Two More. SYDNEY, June 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912
: 'THE RED ROLL.' Tram Accidents. Two More. RVnVEY:. Juim. 52. Keeping -up what is called here the 'red roll' of tram accidents, which Lave given the Sydney tramways so uucnviable a notprierj-, two further mishaps :iave oc i-i5ptpH_ - A« a. r*'K»ilfc of bcinc rua into b% aJfeJnia^_tcBJftaeafcfc.ihi8 mQDi.ai*i^^rt; ]^o^^%y5waig ^g|rterj -?? iioy- Ses1; ta -:;™e ik.JmainiHstrict fii%rital ift a iiaou? con dition. He is suffering 'from concussion of Ihe brain and internal injuries. Patrick I. ?Fox,-**, 'a drover, was knock ed down by a tram last night -n Gtorge street. It struck llim with iirfl force, Hind pitched' him several j-ards away on iijs head, and he lies in the Pri'n.ce Alfred fcf.ospital suffering from Virtens;-7e scalp v.ounds, contusions to. hip, and shock.
ADELAIDE TOWN CLERK [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912
?fSnELAIDFS TOWN CLERK, ^JMr. T. G. Ellery, the Town Clerk of '!&delaide, will attain bis fortieth year on . &mday. » He is really the 'directing genius of the city's municipal affairs. However' .able the Mayor,, whoever the occupant .of the Chief Magistracy may be, he would make a poor Enow unless the Town Glerk ? were behind him to advise and direct. The city's .Chief Magistrate often gets the credit of some fine stroke of municipal business which, after all, emanated from .the. brain of the man in the background. Adelaide is, indeed, fortunate in possess ing an officer of Mr. EUer^s great ability and energy. It is 22 years now once he joined the .municipal service. He followed the. late Mr. Guy Boothby, the novelist, as the Mayor's Secretary and Clerk of Committees, afterwards became .chief ' clerk, and was appointed to bis present office in 1899. Two years later ME. £.G. ELDERS - (Tow* Clerk of Adelaide), who attains I ' ~' bra fortieth year on Sunday. ME. £.G. E...
ENGAGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912
ENGAGEMENTS. Mr. Walter Pannell, son of Mr. Harry Pannell, of Kadina, and Miss Nellie Yeates, niece of Mrs. W. T. Shanasy, of Childers street, North Adelaide.. Mr. O. V. Roberts, son of Lient.-CoL R. Roberts, Kybunga, and Florence. E^ eldest daughter of W. A. Clutterbuck, Telsley, Collingwood, South Australia. Mr. Lawrence H. L Evans, Hewitt avenue, Rose Park,, eldest son of Mr. H. G ? Evans, Louth Bay, Port Lincoln, and TWIkb Gertrude E. Brice, second daughter cf Mr. F. H. Brice, Athgarvon, Kensing ton terrace, Norwood.