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Tooth's. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912
Tooth's. Adelaide people take very little, notice of Sydney securities despite their stability. Many of the Institutions there are above reproach, and it is no wonder that they form a very popular form of investment for Sydney people. In the banking world stand the Bank of Sew South Wales and the Commercial Banking Company of Sydney. Then there is Mr. Justice Gor- don's friend the Colonial Sugar Company and the Australian Gaslight Company. Among the breweries appears Tooth & Co., Ltd., which has as fine a financial board as any body of shareholders could desire to have at the head of a substantial cor- poration. The strength of this company can be indicated best by its balance sheet figures. These are as follows:— March. Sept. March. 1910. 1911. 1932. Liabilities - £ £ £ Capital 1,00,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 &nbsp; Sundry creditors . 32,160 37,197 43,043 Reserve fund . . . 100,000 100,000 100,000 Reserve for equalisa- tion of divs., &c 125,600 150,000 225,000 ...
The Mail. ADELAIDE: MIDNIGHT SATURDAY, JUNE 22. 1912. BOYS AND INITIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912
The Mail. 'ADELAIDE: MIDXTGHT SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1912. BOYS AND INITIATION. It appears that a boy at one of our colleges, while undergoing a process of &nbsp; iInitiation was left roasting a little too long &nbsp; before the fire, and had to be removed to the hospital, while the parents intend to prosecute the initiators. The rite is universal among boys, and is frequently &nbsp; practised with variations outside colleges. &nbsp; In Barnaby Rudge, for instance, Dickens invested the old-time Londodon apprentices &nbsp; with a flamboyant ceremony, a travesty &nbsp; upon a solemn proceeding. Possibly, like &nbsp; the pastimes and fairy tales of childhood &nbsp; which are passed on from generation to generation, land to land, unwritten and &nbsp; preserved without much material altera- tion throughout, the rite of initiation has come down originally from father to son, and thence imitatively with juvenile adaptation...
CAVAN ARMS HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912
CAVAN ARMS HOTEL. The Cavan Arms Hotel, at Dry Creek, is to be practically rebuilt, and this week the contract, which totals over £4,000, was let to Mr. H. Slade, of Port Adelaide. The new building will be two-storeyed, and, in addition to bar, saloon, dining, and commercial conveniences, will, have eight bedrooms Mr. J. Q. Bruce is the architect, and the work is bemg under taken for Messrs. Downer & Co
TATTERSALL'S CUP MEETING. Programme and Selections. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912
TATTERS AII/S CUP MEETING. Programme and Selections. Given fine weather for the holiday on Monday, South Australian TatfcecsaH's Club should record a large attendance at Mornhettville for its Cup Meeting, de Enile the counter attraction of important football games. A highly satisfactory acceptance of 94 was received on Wednes day for the half-^ozen events, and, with the exception of* .the Hurdle, two divi dends mil probably be available in the other events for speculators. There _ is plenty of material to mate the Taring in teresting, while the chief plum of the pro gramme, Tattersall's Cup, should provide an excellent contest, and one worthy of the 400 sovs. provided for that event. Tat tersall's Club has moved with the times in active racing affairs, and increased profits from its past race meetings has led to further additions to stake values, so that we find the added money for Monday's fixture totalling £1,250, as compared with £1,075 distributed .over six events last year, whe...
OTHER PEOPLE'S MONEY. Wills of the Week. (From "Dun's Gazette.") [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912
OTHER ^JEOTLETS Wiib of flie Week, PEOBATES. Behn, Emma, of Port Adelaide, £400;' JL G. Behn, executor; . G. F. Michel], proctor Brown, Phillip, of Worth Adelaide, £600: K. Lewis and A. E. Brown; Variey and Evan. Cross, Phillip, of Strathalbyn, £360: E. J. Tucker and J. WalliB; E. J, Tucker. EUis, William Howard, of Ovingham, £400; G. H. Ellis: Anderson & Gordon. Farr, Alfred, of trnleyT^;7D0j A. Fair; Poole & Johnstone. : . ' ?? ? Gillen, Francis James, of Adelaide, £3,SO0r A. M. and T. P. Gillen; M. Bad fcer* Harding, George, of Hyde Park, £1,700; E. Japps; N. A. Webb. Hurling, John, of Minlaton, '.£30; J. S. Smith; Variey & Evan. - . James, Philomene Geraldine, of College Park, £2,000; Public Trustee aid K. W. Mullaney; Snox & Hargravfc: ? - Jasper, Charles, of CryBtal^Brook,£800; E. Jasper; Copinger & Padman. Kelly, Ann, of McLaren Yale, £350; JB. W. Variey; Parley * JEvan. Sroehn. Ferdinand, of Eden. vcHey. £1,650: A. J. F. Kroehn and G. ...
THE CUBAN REVOLT. Leader Killed. General Rejoicing. HAVANA, June 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
THE CUBAN KEVOLT. Leader Killed General - Rejoicing. . HAVANA, June 28. Gen. Estenoz, the leader of the insur rection, is officially reported to have been killed. His body will be conveyed to Santiago. No particulars arc yet available with re gard to - the -engagement - that took place, but there is- general rejoicing here over the fall of the real chief of the revolt. ? ?. SANTIAGO, June 28. One ' hundred , insurgents were killed at Vegaballaco when Estenoz lost his., life. - The killed probably include Gen. 'lvonet, J whose body has not been found. I -? ? ?????'. i
From a Woman's Point of View. THE SUCCESSFUL HOSTESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
From a Wonwn's Poirrt of View, By«Madge.' THE SUCCESSFUL HOSTESS. Baldly pot, tie secret of BUccesBrai en tertaining is a simple enough matter — merely to attempt nothing which is pre tentious or over-ambitions, and to, per sonally supervise and arrange even .the smallest details. In entertaining nowa days there is a tendency in all quarters to strive violently after the 'champagne standard.' Mrs. A., whose husband's in come is somewhere near £1,000 a. year, possesses an excellent cook, and gives din ners which are a .gastronomic triumph; therefore Mrs. B., over the way, must needs adopt her as her social model, and try to do likewise. But her cook and her kitchen, like her banking account, are considerably less than Mrs. A.'s, hence the giving of a dinner is for her a nightmare, and tor her guests a severe test of polite ness and digestion. The strain and anxiety cf the hostess keep the atmos phere tense, and high-sounding dishes, ill cooked, are usually fraught with dire con seque...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
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FOREIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
FOREIGN. --The accidental explosion of a shell .near Tripoli killed an Italian officer and seven bluejackets.- .... . . , ? . Escaping from a criminal. lunatic asylum, Christopher PonjoTU went to 'a 'Tillage in Viknadetea-iftiljS ami -murdered a family of four. ',',., : Lieut. ' Ealkenhagen : wa* killed while aeroplaninp at Doederftz'- (Germany). ~j£ -.'Berliii .bank inanager - nained 2»ebell hae absppnded with- £6,080.- - Fifteen thousand coA workers and coo pe'rs are -on strike in Lisbon. ' Biote have occurred. ?'? ;?-'?'??.. ..; -In connectioilAtwth sa\ings bank. frauds isi, Bnlach, .. near . Zurich,- toe cashier, . Al brecht.' -was. s«ntencedr'to one. year's im prisonment, aiiyd ' f our dfectors -,-to- minor teririe. The'', liabilities amounted : to £38,000, ? but the chief offender: committed suicide.' - ?'-.?? '? . , ? ? ? ? ' '. .Three American .Labour;, leaders .have, been sent to _prisqn for contempt of Court. 'A German ' merchant nained Lischen hurger' was sent to gaol : f...
REALM of THE WOMEN THE SOCIAL WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
THE SOCIAL WORLD. ' By « Irene.' Preceding 'the flower ball' on Wednesday evening Dr. aad Mn'.. Smeaton and Dr. and Mre. Artfcur Cudiaore entertained the members of the hydrangea set at the Rubeo Cafe. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Bow, l-r. and Mrsr John Corbin, Mr. R.-Colley, Mr. Jranfc Wyatt, Miss Doris Colas. Dr. and Mrs. Ernest Goode, Miss F. Davis, Miss Githa B.usT sril, Mrs. de Cresgignj.. Dr. and Mrs. Wihon. Dr. Gerald Hayrcard, Dr. Wilton, Dr. and Mrs. J. Bonadn. Mrs. Peter Wafte -was the hostess at in afternoon reception given at 'Trrbrae' on Friday last. The guests included Mrs. Leonard Bakewell, lire. Ben Poulton, 3.trs- T. E. Barr Snjith, Mrs. Simpson Kewland, Sirs. Roland Strachan. Mss. 3L S. Hawker, Mrs. Frank Downer, Mrs. John ? Legge, Mrs. R. G. Beresford. Miss Mur ray, Mrs. Kvmill, Airs — Pereival Stow, Sirs. T. R. Corpe. Mre, A. Jtymill, Mrs. William Milne, Airs. George Hallett, Miss Evans, and Miss Jiva 3fcLaren. On Wednesday last .Mis. Percy Shaw was res...
THE STEAMER FREMANTLE. Off the Bank. PORT PIRIE, June 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
THE STEAMER FRE ;';? : iMANim'; :; Off the Bank. PORT..PIRIE, June 29. - The German-Australian steamer Fre mantle, which ran aground on June 13 at Cockle Spit, got . off the bank at 6 o'clock on Friday night without the aid of a tug., and she berthed at Barrier Wharf. This morning, nearly 4,000 ? tons ] of cargo was -lightered, and it is probable \ that this 'will' be shipped into .her holds again before _elie departs for the eastern. States. The grounding of the Fremantle : means serious loss to the owners, and will - cost^ about JEajOOO.- ^ I
WIRELESS CONVENTION. Marconi's Agreement with Britain. Defence Objects. LONDON, June 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
W^ELESS CONVEN TION. Marconi's Agreement with Britain. Defence Objects. -LONDON, June 28. In the course of its proceedings tt ; Wireless Telegraphic Convention, now mppfing, has learned some of- the particu lars respecting the agreement between the Marconi' Company -pd the British Go vernment. . ' J - The agreement provides that the Go-' vtrnment shall supply the company with £600.000 to. build five great wireless sta tions, Austtaliasopplying £100,600 'for aabther station, tKe'ax/t'o-farnVa wireless circuit of; t^e globe.; 'The known points of the stations are,rjone in England, one ?in' Aufifxalia,?-one ''in- India, ? and* another in Port Said. The other two, it is pre siimed, will be in South Africa. Hoiig bong already. has. a;6tatjon, and the Glace Bar land inefaI]stionB- cross Canada. It ? 'is estimated. « that if the work is begun immediately it ;will be finished in a y^ar. The advantages in time of war would be enormous,1 . = and each 'station would rbe buflt as a fortress cap...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
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