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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
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MR. ASQUITH ASSAULTED. Shaken by a Woman. Assailant Roughly Treated. LONDON, June 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
MR. ASQUTTH ASSAULTED. Shaken by a Woman. Assailant Roughly Treated. LOXDOX. June 28. Another assault has been committed on j Mr. Asquif h. He was attending a recep- . 'tion, when an unknown woman caught j -hold of the lapels of his coat and shook ! him vigorously until the IJremier was j breathless. . . ? ! Two. men hurried the woman down- . . stairs and ejected h-?r so roughly that one \ of the slfcrrs was torn but of her dress. The combs fell out of her hair, her gold watch' was broken, and she lost a dia mond brooch. ? ? ' ' '
SILLY SUFFRAGETTES. More Window Smashing. Post Offices Damaged. LONDON, June 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
sn&Y ^Suffragettes. -?-? ' ??:?? - .' -? ? *, .- ' ~ . - - ? More Window Smashing. Post Offices Damaged. LONDON; Jims 28. . ..A general campaign,! aiming at .the de struction of poet offices' throughout the United Kingdom,- has been initiated by the militant ; suffragettes. -Women smash ed the windows of the central post office, and of the Reform Club, Manchester, and did' damage at several London 'branch offices. ?? Post offices at Hitchin and Letch - ^trorth were raided, 'and' also at Edin burgh, Aberdeen, -Derby, ?' Hkston, 'and Ludk-w. . ,-: ..,;-??? r The- women who have-been arrested an nounce that_ their action is but the be ginning of the campaign 'to smash the win dows of every post' office- -in -England. '
JACK JOHNSON. The Championship Fight. Preparations Complete. LAS VEGAS, June 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
JACK JOHNSON. The Championship Fight Preparations Complete. LAS VEGAS, June 28. With the ..contest for the world's boxing championship only '»; 1R!*§|k off, perpara tfons for the fight hare 'Been virtually completed. . The ' officials have been se lected, and many fight' enthusiasts from other parts have already arrived. Reports as to Johnson not being fit are strenuously denied by the champion's supporters, and he is confident of beating Jim Flynn, who is nearly two stone lighter. j We hare received from the South Bri tish Insurance Company a handy tramway guide, which shows all sections, time tables/ and fares.
NEW SOUTH WALES RACING. Moorefield Meeting. SYDNEY, June 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
NEW SO«pH WALES ?? ? J — — g-' ' - ? .-??????' - ?' ? - SYDNEY, June ?29. The Moorefield Racing Club' held a meeting at Moorefieia this afternoon. Although the weather was showery there 'was a £aod attendance. Be Eultfi were: — About two miles. THE DIP (Loehnagar— Maf), » 6 (Scower) „ 1 Coachman, 9 0 (Burke) .. .. .. .. „ .. „ 2 Pakau, 11 10 (Trea°weth) .. .. .. .. .. ... 3 Other Btarters-HSt. iieonard, II S; Wallaroo, 9 0; BerolL 9 *- Betting— -6 to 4 agst. BeroU, 6 to 2 agst. Pa kau, 4 to 1 THE -DIP. Won by. three; lengths; with four , between se cond and third. ' The .favourite fell at the first hurdle. St. Leonard was fourth. Time, 4.3. FLYCTG HANDICAP. Six furlongs. 1IAYUS (Fbivus, imp.— Maggie), 8 0 (Cornell) 1 Sunburnt, 8 3 (Manning) ........ .. „' .. 2 Blackpool, 6 13 (Thomas) .. .. _ .. .. .. 3 There were 13 starters. ? ? Betting— 2 to 1 agst MATUS, 4 to 1 Snnburnt, 5 to 1 Malt Rose. Won by a neck, with three lengths between second and third. Miocene was fourth. Time, L1S. ...
WILLIAMSTOWN RACES. Australasian Steeplechase Meeting. MELBOURNE, June 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
WBLUAMSTGWN RAGES. 1 Australasian Steeplechase j Meeting. j MELBOURNE, June 39 The WflJiamstowu Racing Club held their Aus tralasian Steeplechase Meeting at Williamstown this afternoon in delightful weather. The coarse was in capital order, and there was a. goad at tendance. Bcsultsi— MAIDEN HEBDLE RACE. Two miles. JOLLY BOr (JoUy Hampton, imp.-Flower Girl), 10 0 (F. Moore) ? x FI»eL 10 3 -O*KeiU) ? 2 Pleasant Way*, 10 0 (Chevalley) ? 3 Other starters— Kiwarn, 10 1 (Woods) ; Bullen bah, 10 0 (Jeffries); Lion, 10 0 (Burn); Biboea lukc, 10 0 (Koops); Cooma, 10 0 (Morgan); Cap and Bells, 10 0 (Kyan} ; Zealand, 10 0 (Hawkins); Monody, 10 0 fPinkns); Haut Bas, 10 « (Con dolly); Weenobah, 10 0 (King); Mountain Hea ther, 10 0 (Edwards); Tobasco, 9 8 (Seobie); Tan dilla King, 9 9 (Doyle}; Stato Quo, 9 9 (Beebtei; Herd Laddie, 9 9 (Bobertson) ; Commonwealth, 9 S (Cosgrove). Bcttine-4 to 1 agst. YandiUa King. 5 to 1 JOLLY BOY and Flamel, 6 to 1 Haut Bas, S to 1 Lion, 10 to 1 Pleasant Ways, 12...
UNION BADGE. Tramway Empires' Intention. Ready to Go To Privy MELBOURNE, June 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
UNIO^ BAiHiE. T Tramway Employes' Inten- '. - ? ? ? tkm. ? ???..-.' Ready to Go To Fnw MELBOURNE, June .29. The Tramway Employes' Union has de-. cided that in the event of the High-.'Coiirt deciding against /die union on the question of the badges to take the matter to the Privy Council. . ? ? . In the Arbitration Court Mr. Justice Higgins decided that the employes should be -allowed' to wear the union -badge.. The.1 High Court is now considering an appeal against this decision on the ground that, the wearing of the badge is not an in dustrial matter, and that if it were there! was no dispute in regard to it extending beyond the limits of any one Slate. The High Court has reserved judgment.
SERIOUS TRAMWAY ACCIDENT. Trying to Board a Moving Car. SYDNEY, June 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
SERIOUS TRAMWAY ACCIDENtf.; Trying to Board a Moving Car. - - ? ' SYDNEY, June 29. ] . Herbert . Murray,' . aged 22 years, is in St. Vincent's Hospital in a critical con dition. - Murray, w|io lives at 143 Under wood street,. Paddington, ran. to catch a 'cat in tVaverley 'last evening, and' in jumping on to the footboard slipped and fell on the roadway. -The tram, which was travelling towards _. .Bondi. Junction, passed] over his left leg, and caused a compound fracture. He was also badly cut on the head. It has been- found -necessary, to amputate the. injured leg.
A BIG FIGHT. On the Adelaide Oval. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
A; BIG MGBT, ^'©n tti Adelaide OvaL During *the half-time; interval at the Adelaide OraUthisviBeiiioon a'fight.vas started : on:- th*1^^end mound. In a few minutes the crowds around the pic-. kets melted mfo the melee, and for -5over 10 minutes a,hai±le royal^foceeded. JFrom; die grand istand 'the ^peetators get an .jqn in1*rnipt^^ew»f5fe«ttsot fists at work. The :cr*wd:^em^^;. find great amuse ment in fighting itselfrind did not fcnock off till -thie;_team6 /canie out again. . At one stage it icok^ed as' If -a hnndreH were; engaged and n^ftrty^OggjitorE were ccramb ling »iound to-tgmmmaBagssgktbe
THE U.S.A. PRESIDENCY Democratic Convention. Nomination Contest BALTIMORE, June 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
THE -ILSJL PRESIDENCY Democratic Convention. Nomination Contest ? BALTIMORE, June 28. 'TB? contest in connection with the no mination of tiie democratic candidate for the United States Piesifjency is keen and exciting. , -- ? ^ . ? . .. . iuc utbi oaimx, enaea wirn tio 'Qnoice made, Champ Clarke being-, highest 'with 440i. 725' being necessary, for -Jie ' definite choice of the session. The ballot conclu sively proved that the race is 'still open. Professor 'Wbddrdw Wilson , polled 334, Oscar Underwood' 117|, Judson Harmon 148, (governor Marshall 31, Governor Baldwin 22, 21r. Brj?an:i, and Mr. Sull^r 2. When the sun- replaced the -electaic lights the convention presented a remarkable eight. Most of the delegates were in their ehirt sleeves, and ? many 'were - nodding from.sfi.eereihaustiqn; .TDhe private ;bores at the 4?ear of the Speaker's platform con tained women,- some of whom Have' not missed~.a session. ? ' . ** - ? :: The -second, ;thinl,' and -jfourth' ballots shjowed no alt...
SAVED BY HUMAN CHAIN. Thrilling Rescue Incident at Niagara Falls. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
SAVED BY HUMAN CHAIN. Thrilling Rescue Incident at Niagara Falls. - How -a man was .saved from certain death in the Niagara Rapids bynHwns of a human chain forms a thrilling inci dent which is described in the New York newspapers as the 'most daring rescue in the annals of the United' States.' A man. aapied. Henry Smith Jell into the river -aheye:-1*^ falls, and, though only a little -B**H»KJ$from the bank, he .was swept down towards the brink of the torrent, and ids doom seemed inevitable. But three -men who had Been SmitWl - - plight rushed into the water. The £nt was held by the second, and as the lat ter swam from the bank he in turn we* held by the ~ third man -who gripped bis - - feet firmly with both hands. A h'nmaqj ' chain was thus formed, and the mal\ - furthest jpinVwas jnst able to grip hold „ of -fcinithpv who -was then, iinconsciousi Several 'persons on the bank, who had been holding to the feet of the last man, then drew all four to the bank in Bafety. The spot -where...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
ODER 'THE KAIL.' PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY Ni6ffiE,~AT 103* ry PRI C E 2A BRIGHT, ORIGINAL WEEK-END PAPER. SATURDAY'S CABLEGRAMS, TEMIGRAMS, AND GENERAL NEWS, The Manager Mail Newspaper*, Ltd, Gilbert Place, Adelaide. ««« ?'* '*=» MADJ' to the Address given below. Bobscripttm, De&rered in toy pet of the CSty or Sabnite Ute en Satardar- Night, 4/ FEE SAXC . ft.. -YEA3. ? ' ' ~ ' .'')'' POST FKHS, 6/ FEE HALF-TEAB, , Vf~v Nk*»,.».»,»..M.,.,,.,-((,,.mM,,iMOTm,M1 If Required for a Quarter or a Year alter the F«nn accordingly* ; i For ENGRAVING. '-''''^ Cobber SUmpc, Beds, Bnmxe Hone Sia» plates, Bran Plates, fee. NJEHUWS 4ULU£¥, ~ 13 ARCADE, Adelaide. 'Phone B*. ' odOa
HUMAN HEADS AS PLAYTHINGS. ramble Barbarities Inflicted by Moors. Women Urge Rebels On. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
PLAYTEHNCrS. iTerrible Barbarities Inflicted 1: by Moors. g. - . ? -. . - ^ ? ? . '? Women Urge Rebels On. - 'Following' on- the mutiny- of the greateS part -of..the -Moorish -troops forming 'tU garrison of Fez, terrible barbarities Wjme inflicted on Europeans, bat French troops soon arrived .on the- scene, and. after fierce fighting, : quelled '? the' mutiny. ' The first action of the mutineers was to loll their . -, instructors. Then they ransacked file 1 ammunition stores, and, calling uponitha - townspeople to join them in a bwy war, . . met out on: a mission of extermma^bn against Europeans.. . For some hours thens ? X were awful - scenes. Wherever ? a Euro- ' ?' pean was' found he or phe was bntehewsi, v The bodies were atrociously , mntilated,. ,- and. the heads were cut .off and given la» : playthings to the children. '- ... h. .-:* Women on the flat housetops filled the . air with their shrill cries of ? rejoicing «t the kuhng of the Christians, while ottienr in the streets...
RIFLE SHOOTING. ADELAIDE V. EAST TORRENS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
RIFLE SHOOTING* J ADELAIDE V. EAST TGRBE8& : A match was fired at Port Adelaide *?- day between these clubs. Conditions -went 13 men to shoot, 10 best scores to «oont- . 15 shots at 600 yards. Adelaide wia'Jb^ 18 points. Scores:— * '« ADELAlDE.-g. White, JEwy^ & C3l Muri-ell, 72; C. Williams, fet B_ !L- Erasi ley, 68;. M. Stanford, 68; W. Green, 6Z; W. Lucas, 66; A. EiJEBiean, 65; G. How- ? itt, 6i; C CCastine, 60; A. Cook, 60; total, 731. ....'? EAST TORRENS.— -B. A. Stein, 70; W. Barratt. -68;- H. B. Wilson, 67; 3. T. taint, 67; J. W. Taplin, 66; A. MacdonaJd, J65; B~ T.- Warner 1 64:. E. W. Fielding. 64; J. E- Tiasi&T 6U J). -pngan, 61; JL A. Brit' tain, 60.
S.A. JUNIOR ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
S-A- JUNIOR ASSOCIATION. West Torrens m. v. Payneham.— West Torrens HI., 4 goals 2 behinds; Payneham- 2 goals 6 behinds. Goalkickers for Tor rens— Cacney (2), Mclnnes (1), Young (1). Payn&am— Howard (I), LeCornu (1). Prospect Junior, 6.18, beat Croydon Im perial 1.10. 'f*ftnflTnara*h Ramblers, 5 goals 13 behinds. Bumside, 3 goals 2 behinds. Goalkickers— Hindmarsh Ramblers— Ton- kin (2), Green (2, and Slattery (1), i STOUT ASSOCIATION. Mitcham, 5.6; Brighton, 42. Blackwood, 7.9; Glenelg, 3.7. Played at Mitcham. - * UNITED CHURCH ASSOCIATION. Cathedral— 6 goals 9 behinds. Goodwood Methodist— 5 goals 6 behinds.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
LOWEST INTEREST IN ADELAIDE. STRICTLY PBIVATE LOANS XJPOTS FTJ&HI- TUBE, PIANOS, DEEDS, PRO. 'NOTES, OE PERSONAL SECDEITV. Kiinting Loans pud off. Easy payments. SEE PS BEFORE REPLYING TO FLATTERING THE COMMONWEALTH LOAN AND DISCOUNT COMPANY, NATIONAL MUTUAL BUILDINGS, VICTORIA SQUARE WEST. ARTHUR ROBERTS, Manager. 'Phone 804. Office Hours, 9 to -5; Mondays, 8 to 6! FRIDAY NIGHTS. 7 to 8. hsl23c