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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
BUSINESS NOTICES. FINE OLD IMPORTED WBISKtv PER GiliLOS- .. .. — w 32/ 'O^C JAR ? ' ? .. H 4*^9 JAB ALLOWED FOR OS* EETOEN. ' , ' IMPORT COMPANY'S STORES. MONEY. AVSTBJiXJAB MOTUAL PBOVIDEHT SOCXETT f MONEY TO LEND. iJOiWESS CUKBZESFC *R*li'i-^ . ?. ***-- ' IISEBAt OPIHMSS.- i. Offices: SS KING 'WILLL&M STREET. ADEL&I0& CHAS A. SGHOLTZ, . ' - ' ; .*.-._? 01025c '' RffWrk-nt WwirUu. . - A. Q. SCHRODER. several thousands to lend on uobf ; Cage at. lowest correct bates. . : , . Tranffere, Mortgages, and Leases -pFeprad,, Ml all Seal Estate Business tTaTnarfr-itf- ' - . A. a SCHRQOER, LICENCED LANDBBOEEB, -?- - - ? M .Sliedt-iE sheet (near G.P.O.), Adelaide. *. ??- ? ? BUSOc ; ^ ? . ? THE SAVINGS BANK LENDS MONEY ON MOETGAGE AT ' :' ' _ , THE LOWEST SATE OF IHTESESr. ' . Full particnlais may be obtained at the Heft* Office, or any frirai^rfi -tf tfie *R««v '* 6139c W. B. POOLB, Itaases, MONEY TO LEND^ J, - at 5 per cent., ? ON CITY, SUBURB AST, AND CODK* TRY FREE...
S.V ASSOCIATION. NORTH H. V. STURT H. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
SA- ASSOCIATION. NORTH H. V. STURT n. Sturt started with the wind, and scor ed a sixer, then one of their placers (Patterson) was hurt, had to retire, ?Start had to play with 17 for the rest of the match. Best players for North. II. were— Tuckey, Oatey, Hayles, O'Brien, Vivian, Neal, and Pratten. Goalkickers for Norti— O'Brien (2), Johns (1), Git tings (2), Neal, Crossman (2). Best players for Start II.— Kappler (2J, Wyles, Henderv, Richardson, and Oliver. Sturt goalkickers— Oliver (3). Scores:— First quarter— North, 2 goals 1 behind; Sturt 1 goal 1 behind. Second quarter — North, 4 goals 8 behinds; Sturt, 1 goal 2 ''behinds. Third quarter— North, * 7 goals 11 behinds; Sturt, 2 goals 6 behinds. Final scores— North, 8 goals 14 behinds; Sturt, 3 goals 6 behinds. NORWOOD n. V. WEST TORRENS H. Norwood H. aad West Torrens II. met for the second time this season, and the -match resulted in a witt for! the former. ' Following are the scores:— First quarter — Norwood, 2.1,; Torrens, 1.3. Se...
VICTORIAN FOOTBALL. THE LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
VICTORIAN FOOTBALL. THE LEAGUE. South Melbourne (19 goals 12 behinds) beat Richmond, 5 goals 7 behinds. £t. Kilda (12.11) beat Geelong (9.14). Carlton (6.8) -beat Fitzroy (4.15). Essendpn (6.18) beat Collmgwood (6.10). Melbourne (13.14)' beat University (5.7). THE ASSOCIATION. Northcote (9.10) beat Brighton (6.17). Prahran (9.11) beat Brunswick (7.18). I Williamstbwn (2L15) beat Melbourne] City (1.8). I Essendon (13.12) beat Port Melbourne : (5.15). . j Footscray (17.13) beat North Melbourne , (4.8). ' ' j
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
il^ HPHE crowning virtue of PRIMUS BUTTER is its unfailing || ||| reliability. It is always uniform in Flavor, having that faint Pi M salty taste . which makes it -so palatable and delicious. §§ 10 Made from specially selected farm cream, it is untouched by jf| || hand from the cream can to the wrapped pound of butter, thus H III guaranteeing , absolute, purity-and cleanliness. H W ' Pi H ? We-like selling PRIMUS because then our customers are always || SI .satisfied. . ? ' H H 1 ?m ? FOR BUTTER SATISFACTION GET i Japanese. § Something -jhfovel X ' ;-.:-' #*i*e | &£Do?ft see€vergr wdere. ? ^ MEW, OEEBA COATS. . ; „ HEW KIMONOS. . ; ; ^ NEW PUZZLES. :. NEW FLOWERS TOR DECORA^ '?' ING. ??''?' : . y ?''? ,;'* - NEW JAPANESE -? LANTEENa ' ? ? ? ~y FRANK A. DAWKINS Third Floor, : v | -?'''/ ' ' ?'?'?? : ?-.'' '\. -\| Bowman Building'. ; .?;????—?????. . \;^ ;6| 1 Jt #-* -.5. ~
The Realm of Women THE FLOWER BALL. In Aid of the District Trained Nursing Society [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
THE FLOWER BALL. Jn Aid of the District Trained Nursing Society^ By 'IRENE.' Among .the most successful functions in the present season was the floral ball, given in aid of the District Trained Nurses' Association, on Wednesday last, at the Jubilee Exhibition. Even the spacious hall lent an additional fascination for the in timate inspection of the brilliant scene, hi which the many and delightful repre sentations of floral costumes could be ad mired in their individuality, while the de corations lent artistic gaiety. Their Excellencies, accompanied by their two daughters and suite, entered the ball room at 8.30. The viceregal party was received by Lady Way (president), Dr. and Mrs. Lendon, and the committee, and retired to the dais arranged on the eastern side. Lady Bosanquet was charmingly gowned in blue brocade, with a touch of glittering embroidery on the corsage, and Her Ladyship's ornaments included beau tiful pearls and diamonds, with an osprey to adorn her coiffure. Miss Bos...
MELBOURNE MARKET. MELBOURNE, June 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
''. MELBOURNE MARKET. MELBOURNE, June 29. Colonial Bank (ord.), 37/ . buyer; Commercial Bank (pref.), £5 4/ buyer; National Bank Cord.). £5 3/ buyer, £5 4/ selter; National (pref). £12 8/ buyer; Royal Bank, 26/3 seller; Bank of Vic toria (ord.), 91/ buyer; Bjnk of Victoria (pref-), £11 12/ seller; County of Bourse, .51/. buyer; Modem, 38/6 buyer; Standard, 72/ seller; Mel bourne. 20/ seller; Goldsbrough, Mort, 44/ seller; Melbourne Trust, 4/6 buyer, 4/7 seller; Castle maine Brewery, U/6 buyer, 12/6 seller; Cariton, 8/7 buyer, 9/ seller; Cascade, 11/ buyer; Foster, 23/ buyer, 23/6 seHer; Trustee Executor, 46/6 buy er; Melbourne Trams, 41/6 buyer, 42/ seller; Amal gamatcd Zinc, 35/3 bnyer. 35/4} seller; Glebe Timber, 25/ buyer, 25/9 seller; Broken HOI Water, 25/ buyer, 25/9 seller; Dunlop, 26/ buyer. 26/6 seller; Huddart Parker ' (ord.), 15/2 buyer; 15/3 seller; Huddart Parker (pref.), 13/3 buyer, 13/4 seller; John Sharp, 23/ buyer; Potter's Sulphide, 3/lli buyer; Swallow & Ar...
SYDNEY MARKET. SYDNEY, Jane 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
SYDNEY MARKET. SYDNEY, June 28. The following sales were negotiated to-d»y:— Qn. Bee (old), 4/9; Hadium Hill, new, £3j«£3S; Broken Bill Junction, 1375; Brofcen HSU Proprie tarv 57/- Occidental, .8/6; Hampden, 42/6; Bnl-' liant Deep (cop.). U/7J; British (old), 69/10}; Junction North, 13/6; Black Bauge West (con.), 1/6. - ? ? Messrs. S. C. Ward &Co. have supplied Us with the- following Sydney quotations, . dated June 29: — . . .*; I Morning.— Mount Elliotts, £5 17/8 buyer, £5 18/3 -seller; McGregors, 3/5 buyer, 3/7 oel \\eci British £old). 59/9 buyer, 60/ seller: Bro= I ten Hillsj '. 57/' sal^^' 'Junctions, 32/10} . bnyer, 13/ seller; Jiincti6ir'(pre!.), 13/ .bnver; Junction Norths, 13/1} buyer, 13/4} seller; yi«mprij». Clon ennr, 42/6 buyer, 42/9. seller; ChUlagoe (paid), 6/1 bnyer; Goldsbrough. Mort. 43/6 sates; In surance of Australia, 7/2 sales.
METALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
.. . '-'?^JafflTAIS. ' Mr. Francis. H. IShpw- has receiyeii- the follow iug cable advices regarding the three months' forwara liuyihg' quotation of BtraitE tin on the London Metal Exchange:— ? . . - June 21, , £196 15/. June 28, £198 10/. June 27, £200J.0/;Ja_rjse.of 40/. Messrs. Clarke & Co., Grenfeli street, have «- ceivgd. the foUa»ipg .quotations from Ixmdoa metal brokers, Hinte* dude 28, -5.15 p.m.:— Silver, 2/«; lad, £»5Atforwara);Epelter, £25 IS/6; copper, £77 10/; tin, £209. iies.,Ts. S. C. Ward & Co^ have supplied the following- metal quotations,-, dated ^une ^Bj—
RANGE OF SALES. JUNE 24 to JUNE 29. INVESTMENTS. GOVERNMENT STOCKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
KANGE OF SALES. ? JCHE 24 to JCNE 39. INVESTMENTS. GOVERNMENT STOCKS. ? 6.A. 3% .per cents., cloning seller £99 10/. BANKS. Adelaide, closing seller £7 12/. - National (ord.), closing buyer .£6 2/. . . , Union, doting seller £6S. KS0KANCE. Colonial Mutual Fire, dosing buyer *S/, seller 51/. Insurance of Australia, sales 7/2 7/ (400), clos ing taper 6/11, seller 7/» ? - . AGENCIES. Bagot, Shakes, & Lewis, dosing; seller 10/3. - Elder, Smith, closing boyer £6 16/, seller. £6 18/. - Executor Trustee & .Agency, - closing buyer £2.14/. GoIdebFOOgb. Mort, closing seller £2 13/9. Melbourne Trust, doting buyer 4/6, seller 4/8. LIGHTING. B.H. Gas, closing boyer 675. . S.A. Gas (ex' div.). closing boyer «12 1/. Adelaide Electric Supply (pref.), dosing buyer £5 IS/. Adelaide Electric Supply (ord.), sate £9 5/. . £9 6/ (205), closing buyer £9 8/. Melbourne Electric Supply (pref.), closing sel ler £6 4/. Melbourne Electric Supply (consolidated stock), sales £1 4/, £1 3/9 CMfcu). ...
LONDON QUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
LONDON QDOTATIONS. Messes. Clarke & Co., Grenfeli street, have' re- ceived fbe foQowing flotations from liondon, dated -June 28, 6.10 pjn.s— Broken BHIs, 58/; Norths; £6 15/ (ex div.); Block 10, 50/ (ex dir.); Sooths (paid), £8 11/3; Briseis, 8/6; Mount Lj&ls, 30/3 (ex-dir.); ffinc' (ord.), 11/3; Zinc (pref), 38/6; Koant XaiiottB, £5 16/10}; Great Cobara. 90/; Monnt. Morgans 63/8; British (old), 69/6; Sons of Gw»Ma, 20/3 (ex -Kv.); Associateds! 6/10}; Associated Jforthems, 5/ai; Perseverance. »/; Great Tlngalb, 12/; Kalgurt^ 50/; Ivadhoe? 81/S; Great Boulders, C/10} (ex div.); Sulphide (oro.), 35/6 boyer; lead, £18 1/3 buyer; copper, £77 12/6. Messrs. S. C. Ward & Co., of 12 Pine street, Adelaide, have spppHi-d us with, die following quotations, dated June 38: — Broken Hills, 58/ middle; Broken Hill Norths, £6 IS/ middle (ex dir.); Slock Tens, 60/ middle (ex div.); Souths (paid). £S U/3 midiilh: Bri seis, 8/6 middle; Mount LyeUs, 30/3 middle -«x div.); Zinc (...
THE CLERICAL SCANDAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
THE CLERICAL SCANDAL. It is unusual for an Archbishop to go n to a Court of law to vindicate his cha racter m connection witi the exercise cf hfe epfeeopal authority. Dr. Clarke was cbliced to take this sten. because the crir ticiem. which reflected on- bis integrity came from an outside source. While tbe evidence of the plaintiff was so convincing that the defendant withdrew his defence and consented to a judgment of £1,000 damages with casts, tbe abrupt termina tion of the sensational trial illustrated the capacity of our judicial system to create a grievance. The subject matter of the libel related to the Nash scandal, and the plaintiff narrated the details which had come to his knowledge, and upon which he relied to justify his atti tude. How far these details could be substantiated as facts or might be qualified by other facts was not, of course, a point of enquiry, unless the defendant made it such, and as he abandoned his defence the result was unsatisfactory to Arch deacon X...
JOHN BULL & SONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
SOSK BULL &. SONS. Tfis 1 losAm 'Times' significantly insists ujasnr tl. \£ greater importance and urgency o£ Imp*: Wxal partnership, that is, of a co onwatjr C Empire, baaed on colonial national) ftca. Empire enthusiesni is a risi f tide t£ Britisb strength and' gi «rj-- From the schools to the ho tees the loyal energy af fects er %ry part of the world-wide A&- nioeeacy, co-ordineting it in hope and rc soTtdJon. That flie Empire can only be held tog* pher by enthusiasm is a fact of profot ^id significance. The British system is pne of individualism. Our Em pire is not ? like that of the United States, geographic ^Bly united and bound by fede ral hoops »f . steel, and it stands in vio lent contra n to the German unity, with an absoi&U * ^aonarchy, a limited Parlia ment, ami an iron bureaucracy. The British Em |are is not within a narrow tack, a «ii % all-absorbing, all -dominating, in lonely s- ^SsndiMn-, and unrelated heat, but. a galax.'f of co-cqu«l stars ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
SUNDAY TRAMS & TRAINS. The Last for Home. TJRAMCARS. Tins schedule shows the departure and arrival times of last tramcars to and from various suburban termini for Sundays: — Last - carde- Last Last car parts for Arr. car de departs Gren. Gren. parts for Gren. at., street, etreet. Depot city. ' To Arr. city. city, direct. Via. 10.18 Bumside W.47 8.49 10.18 10.49 Pnlteney street. 10.28 Enfidd 10.53 9.55 1020 10.55 North te rrace. 10.1 Goodwood 1023 Gten Osmond 10.47 10.9 10.33 10.49 Pulteney street. W33 Henley Beach 11.8 9.51 10.36 1L9 North terrace 1059 Hill st. Ext. 10.44 10.6 1022 10.46 .north terrace 1052 Hyde Park 10.45 10.46 1100 10.46 North terrace 10.27 Hindmarsh 10.4S 10.1 10.21 10.51 North terrace 10,37 Kensington 10.54 10J9 10-36 10.55 Hindmarsh square. 10.15 Kens. Gardens 10.37 9.52 10.14 10.40 Tf^*n«T«li square 10.13 MagOl 10.43 9.43 10.13 10.45 Direct. 10.33 Maylands 10.47 10.19 10.33 10.49 Direct 10 18 Mitcham 10.48 10.1 10.31 10.48 Pulteney street 1050 Marryatv...
THE SCOUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
THE SCOUT. Gen. Baden-Powell abominates war — he knows its horrors. He also condemns the unpreparedness which provokes invasion and thus occasions bloodshed unneces sarily and criminally. Defence in the vicinity or savages is liKe police under the menace of burglars. B-P-'s practical ccntribution to the world's peace is the world-wide scout, an institution which renders the rising generation more intelli gent and sympathetic. The scout is im portant no less in peace than in war. In diplomacy he is an ambassador, in reli gion a missionary, in science an experi menter, in commerce a commercial travel ler, and in industry an inventor — every- where a prospector and pioneer. It was a stroke of genius to turn the boys' na tive instinct of play and chivalry to edu cational account in the noble order of Scouts — a stroke worthy of Athenian wit. Compulsory cadetsbip has weakened the formal movement in Australia, but the spirit should be absorbed in universal training. Every instructional of...
AMERICAN DEMOCRACY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
AMERICAN DEMOCRACY. The significance of the Chicago Conven tion lies in the probability of a third party. Republicans and Democrats bear nc exact analogy to Liberals and Anti Liberals here. Republicans are National ists and Protectionists, and Democrats Staterighters and Freetraders. In the Commonwealth Liberals are Staterighters and Protectionists; Labourites, Kational isi.s and fiscal opportunists. Re publicans have bad 20 years' un interrupted run of office, and that they have not grown stale is doe to the formation of a vigorous Radical wing. The Democrats last put up a Con servative candidate, who was ignominious ly defeated, indicating that popular opinion is with the Radical movement. Both Republican and Democrat progressives vir tually find themselves on common ground :j demanding greater popular control over tbe Government and the commercial and industrial forces of the community. In the United States there is no foreign policy to distract attention; no heredi tary House to...
SCIENTIFIC POULTRY BREEDING. Lecture by an Expert. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
SCIENTIFIC POULTRY ; 3&*tpEBlNGi t ? ° ? ' j Lecture fey an Expert. On Friday evening, Jane 28, the Poultry Expert (MrrT£~KTI«firIe) -delivered the third lecture of the coarse.- The subject was. 'Scientific Breeding, Single Testing, and Single Mating.' Several large dia grams were used to illustrate the dis course. In discussing Felon's chart and system of line breeding, and also in re gard to .Galton's law of ancestral inheri tance, it was 'pointed' but' that the faefs, as shown- ? by the jpraetical application ? 61 Mendel's law of segregation, proved both line breeding and Galton's law to be mere ' generalities. According to both systems the progeny inherits equally from dam and sire. . That this is not so is wall known to all practical breeders.' The segregation of characters' is the. Important fundamen tal point. The theory of blood lines is also one that does- not accord with fact. With proper mating the character segre gate and the so-called . medium lines are only the...