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SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

?' STDSET PBODOtBE MAEEET. ._ In the produce market to-day rfbolesale quo tatioos oltbe principil' lines were «s follow:— Breadstufis.— Wheat, ta.q., on spot, buyers 4/», sellers 4/3i to 4/i; tonrard delivery, July to 'Ausust, sellers. 4/5; prime-chick wheat, */* to 4/5; medinm. 4/2 to 4/2. Elonr'-Citjr makes, new-season's, *10; icountry makes, new, £» 17/6. Forage.— Oiaff, Victorian prime wieaten, £6 10/ to £/6 -1J5/; -oatenj- -£&r6l 'to £6 10/; oaten stew; £4 10/ to £5; Adelaide whetfen, prime, £6 10/ to . £6 15/; TaBmanian oaten, £6-6/; New Zealand oaten, £6 5/ to; £S 10/; Western Australian wheaten, £6 10/ to £8.15/; derrick: straw, Tasmanian bright wiieaten, £3 5/; dark colour, £3; Victorian, '£&. Oaten hay, '^Vic- .toriab, £8; inceme hay, local ? Hunter River, best available, £5; heated. , sod interior qual ities, from £2 to £3. - Grain ana ?By-ftoductv —Barlev, Victorian Cape. .feed, or- -feed, prune, 5/C Maize, iuwtberh Yivi'f, nrirn.e white. 4?11; prime jeUo...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

COMMERCIAL. The weather during the week has been everything the jnosf exacting man could desire as a start for the coming season, and nothing but satisfactory news from all country districts reach the business centres. Even from the driest and least promising districts daily reports of con tinued good rains' reach us, and the hearts of producers and traders -alike 'are cheered, ana hope is set to a high key. Weather records show' already that last season's rainfall at corresponding- date : hasbeen reached. The fear of droughty conditions which were talked about last month has now given place to bright anticipations of another bountiful- and profitable season. This good news .applies not only to South Australia, but to all the eastern States and the southern, -half of .'Western. Aus tralia; bat north of Fremantle wants a good downpour to start, the early sown areas. General trade already shows ' a Healthy revival, and jactivity is again es tablished .in all our industries. .:' !Ehe w...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MELBOURNE BRICK COMBINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

llffiLBOURNE BRICK ' COMBINE. The brick combine in Melbourne, it tvouW sccnv. is attempting to enforce the methods -that have become so ; irll kubwn in.' America. '?'Oppo- | sition, at all .costs, must be silenced.' i in the rase ot.tbe tineensland Insurances Buildicg, it was officially told us that the combine would not accept tnc contractor's order for .doable-pressed ibricks, because tSie building,. wfs .being, cpristructed of -?: rein forced cpncrete'i. . .,'? ' ' : Under ^ tte circumstances bricks for the building 'had' /to be obtained from Sydney, and .now. {bat ail costs liavo been checked it is said thaf 15/ per 1,000 is saved by doing-.so-.- ?-???-. ; Double^pressed Sydney facing bricks can be dejivered1 on 'any 'Melbourne ci.tv site for 15/ per 1.000 cheaper than doublepress ed Melbourne brides. : ^?' ? : ? !? The combiije, we ? believe'^ has also re fused to sell moulded bricks =on jobs where other' makers' brick? have beefr used. ? Ar; leading cqntractior in Melbourne ha...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

NOTI CE TO ADVERTISERS. - Owing ffo the pressure on our adver tising coJu cans it win be necessary to send all advertisements intended for insertion in 'The Mail,' particularly those re quiniig spfcial positions, into the office nsfclater .tL^zn, maun. Friday of each week. Only Public Notices will be taken on Eriday^afti irnoon or Saturday.

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
EDITOR'S TALK TO READERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

EDITOR'S TALK TO READERS. Two months have ekpsed idnce The' Mail' and its associated journals, 'T«e- Sporting Mail' aad 'The Saturday Maa, were first submitted to the popular ver dict. Tiiat verdict has been pronounced HwHciirplir anrJ frionmcantlv in our Jtavour. A newspaper such as 'Tie Spdrtmg, Mail,' dealing authoritatively with evteJT branch of sport, had long been needed in, such a sport-loving community as that, of South Australia. The same remark ap vnlies to the penny paper which is pub la -hed on Saturday evening before1 people ^ o have been enjoying themseirea at jact -s,' football, lacrosse, and other gamer go hi ~-me to tea.- That issue contains the' result ' °f &M the most important sp orting engag& -nente which have taken place' dur ing the- afternoon in Australia. Th te se cond edition oi ''&* Satarthy MaEt' is more contPiet* s**11. and gives the «»res of minor & ames of all classes, whiet t no other Satuiday evening paper has .«v«r at...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BEVERLEY ESTATE. "The Gums." [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

BEVERLEY ESTATE. 'The Gums.' The tendency of modern fife seems to be to get away from the city and into the suburbs, so that one can. enjoy the atmosphere of the country when the dav's work is over, and at the same time live within easy distance of one's business. In this respect Kilkenny is an ideal suburb, being only 10 minutes' journey by train from Adelaide, and it will therefore be of interest to intending builders or those looking for suburban homes to learn that the Beverlev Estate, the place known as 'The Gums,' is to be sold in allotments. Messrs. Matters & Co. are the sole agents for the estate, and are able to offer very 1'beral terms to those desirous of . taking up land. The estate is convenient to the Kil kenny railway station, and has the . ad vantage of a post office, school, stores, and churches in the neighbourhood; yet at the same time it is charmingly situated well away from the dost and noise. For all that it is never likely to become what is known as a ...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
REAL PROPERTY. "ERINDALE." [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

JlJjJll^ipM 4iERINDALE.' One -of the most deligntful estates in oar suburbs is to be disposed of at auc tion. ''Erindale,' the well-known resi dence of ill-. Cowan, at Burnside, is quite one of the beauty spots in the district, and it seems a p'ity that it should ever be ent up. ? However, -with the advent of the electric tram, which runs along the ?western boundary, the estate has become too valuable to. retain as shrubbery, or chard, and orangery, and it has been de cided to dispose of ? the residence, with ' about 6$ acres, and to subdivide the bal ance into good-sized ? building sites. These will no doubt be eagerly sought after by people who wish to be within a few mi nutes' of town by electric car, and at the eame time have an appreciation or the beanty and healthiness of the locality, which lies so - high and from which such extensive views of hills and gulf are ob tainable. We publish two views of the charming property. The estate has been placed in the hands of Messrs. Gree...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

|EQgGE S. GOLDSMITH, P^BOIASI TA1LOE ASD LADIES' ffJHl COSTOHJ5B, ' jPJMHHfexii STBEET, JTOKXH ADEhUBH ^VjJgjjKftiWuajfc lie CotatfE).- ' H^y»«a^^aan1e.'toe^ijiSpeeL _

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WHIPPET RACING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

WHBPPiET RACENG. 'There was a' moderate attendance at Kilkenny to-day, when Bie Soutij Australian Whippet League held their meeting- The first heat com prised Little Domtt tlS.yds.), Mefta {13 yds.). Comedy King (16 y^s.}^ and Rust Mate (IS yds.). After a good start little Domtt won by about 6 in. Time, 8 4-5s. * In the second neat only 'two dogs faced the starter-Graceful (I9i yds.) and Storm (8J yds.), and the race; resulted in a fine win ior Storm by four lengths. Time, 10s. * The hird heat was comprised of Surprise (20 yds.), Seafoam (& yds.), and Haialodc (11* yds.). An exciting finish . was seen between Seafoam and Mainlock. The latter came away, and won by half a length. Time, Ms. In the absence of Ocean Qneen and Meg, HaU AH the Way (21 yds.), and Kitty Smart -J5 yds.) competed, and after a fairly fast race The Ad miral won, with Eitty Smart a close Becond. Time, 9}s. - The fifth heat-was lefiTto Seaspray (19 yds.) and Grey Dawn (1SJ yds.), and Seaspny won by fine Ip...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
NOTES ON WILLIAMSTOWN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

3SOTES ON WILLIAMSTOWN RACES. YandiUa King__was all tbe rage for the Maiden Hurdle Race this afternoon at the finish of the betting, but died out at the end of a -mile and a half. Jolly -Boy drew away from Flavel at the last hurdle and, won by three lengths. On that form Flavel, who meets the winner on much worse terms in the National, cannot have touch hope of beating the eon of Jolly Hampton. Lion shaped better than at Caulfield, and Hardrada. likewise. Haut Bas will win a hurdle race shortly. When Mountain Heather fell his . rider (Ed wards) escaped injury. . The owner of Vandilla King was fined £1 for carrying wrong colours. It was quite refreshing to eee Mr. E. Manifold's colours to the fore on Warrawoona in the Maiden Stee ple, and Gosheno's rider luckily escaped being kicked on the head when on the ground, by anotoer noise, urootong, in a field of 20, was made a strong order by Owner E. Connolly, judging' by the way a number of the starters fimghpH jest behind him when the ra...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
NORTHERN NATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

NORraElgN^A'pi^S; ' 'An interesting lecture on the 'natives of Northern ana Central- Australia . was. given at the Institute; Kbrth teiTacfe, on. Friday nigut by _ Professpic, El C.'Starling. The quaint habits and tribal customs o£ the Warramunga; Kaifohil-Waagai»', ?'*? Arunta tribes, were described and fltas ttated by a. wrge_ trinnber' ^f interestinR photographs. ' trom an anthropological point 'of- view the lecture 'was particularly ' mterestipg, and Professor Stirling describ- , ed the elaborate precautions adopted- in the marriage laws! to prevent, ebnsanguin- - ity that mignt lead to a deterioration of the tribes. ? * .,.-..:;

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BARRIER BITS. By "Howzatt." [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

, ^ ? . ? . BARRIER BITS. By 'Howzatt.' Messrs. Hosier, Macdougall, & Co. are wearing that good old smile that won't rub off. We have had close upon 4 in. of rain, and these worthy club secretaries are just now walking on velvet pile, receiving and acknowledging in a modest and be cuming manner the hearty congratulations of numerous friends. A significant fact about the 'totherside entries is that in .the' majority of cases quarters have been .arranged for the visi tcrs. Green Seal— sounds like an Irish whisky —is among the nominates. This flier hails from the land of hurry, hustle, and. bustle, but as yet has not carried colours in his adopted home. Rumour hath it that the celebrated -stallion is now the property of a South Australian farmer, who spent £500 in securing something out of the common. The Seal (can't imagine a seal racing) was entered for last three meetings in Adelaide but did not start. Perhaps the honour of an Australian debut is to fall upon Silveropolis. 1...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
POETRY. THE WISDOM OF THE SPHINX. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

POETRt^::' TEE WISDOM dF-*£BE ^PBfiSi. I sought the 'Sphint; -and Sated adrtce . On how to woo a icart of -ice. - - - ., She e*t in silent majesty, - And ne'er a void vouchsafed to me* - Bat with a cold and vacant -stare- - - - In Joed sfcOlntsL. rested, therej. .-,-_- » Tet soon her answer cleft my pate. Her pose repliaj, 'lirfittfeace Vttiti' ? 'How dull I circumvent,*' quoth X ' .'..;,-? ?Tte nral who is always nigh,' .'' .* V And fills my anxious fioul with fear. - - ' Lest hejinsfl win what itolddeart' I pleaded hard, tod Btfll the eame Detep'silence for' n-y- portion canfc; - - ' . ?- -Set soon I saw, to~my delight* — .' Her answer, was— 'Sit tightl Sit MeMf* ? Again, encouraged, I drew mar ?'- And. whispered in the Bplrinx'e tat ? ^W^ii^Jj^.toriwto^a^e, ;,r , ,:, . On whom my doting heart is eetf ? ' . , What qoality «f strengthftfl men -?? tteedl to jgiw me hopeagainr' '?-.-??'-. Her glance rait «peedinB.-o?er thejUnfl, ? And a«re I found my anBwer— 'Sand!' - ?? - ? . - . - ...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TO CONTRIBUTORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

to coisrrRffiOTOBS, L.O.D.— Your admiration for joafaafigtt certainly -sounds , whole-hearted. Foe in4 stance:— - _ j. I love to hear of honoms amwm.il ? ', On wi elders of the pen; And Journalist should hew! U* list ' - Above an other men. - - ' ?? ' v- Modesty bars the rest from publicatioit' quite apart from any ' literary merits of demerits of the contribution. . - ' Your other piece of jingle begmB:— ' ' He stroked his grey moustachiOi : And fiercely glared around. . ... It needs a terrible lot of imagination it apply this to genial George Reid. ? . Last, but, not least, your friend tht policeman says:— ~ *' ? ''.?'.. ?1 stepped into the witness box, - ' Gave evident* forthwith, And answered rilly qnestibns . - From a man called Illlcn Smith. But- then he gets irrelevant and erratic nt his metre, besides which a mere policeman ought to- have; tnore .respect for the Bar. 'Diffident.'— No. 'comment is not meant to discourage.; Moreover, when we' quote contributions, even for the ...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CARE OF FARM ANIMALS. SOME DIGESTIVE TROUBLES IN CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

CARE OF FARM ANIMALS. o By 'Vet' (Written Exclusively for 'The Mail.') SOME DIGESTIVE TROUBLES IN CATTLE. Among mill-ing cows especially the ma jority of the internal disorders encoun tered are of stomach origin, and vary from the simple indigestion, with loss of appetite, acute and chronic indigestion, lioven. or gas in. the rumen, to the com plex and often fatal cases, impaction of the third stomach, stomach staggers, and paralysis. With indigestion the chief causes are change of food, feeding on in digestible coarse, 'food, cold, exhaustion, and it often follows a bad case of calving. The condition of' the cow has a great deal to do with the 'development of indiges tion, and accounts for one animal only in a' herd show in:* symptoms of sickness. Soin-i cows i-.ui.jly show symptom? at all. They are just ''-tff colour, decline to eat. and the chewing of the cud is sus pended. No oth-.T symptoms are ob served. The farmer is generally £bif: to combat this temporal ticuV'e l-y giving ...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CAULFIELD. MELBOURNE, June 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

CAULEIELD. . MELBOURNE, June 29. A frosty, cold miming Radiator and Strathdoon ran a mile in L55J. ' ? Aiquebnse nine on the grass in 2.7. Oi a mile .on the grass in 1.53. Flavel two in 27s^ Coppertop and Nugwee half a mile in 5OJs. Hiffian nine in 2£. Tinapagee nine oa the grass in 2J1J. ? Lord John three in 40s. Mercer sis; in 1.22. Loki nine in 2.14. Plutocrat six on the grass in L20$. Rufus three in 4OJs. Durdans a mile on the sand in 1.52. Lisnarte five on the sand in l.J^. Tiercel four in ffljs. Double Fortune a mile on the sand in 1J55. Sherin .and Adelphi half a mile on the tan in 54s. Elvanke and Avonwort five in 1.7}. Zealand three in 39s. YandUla King two' in 28s. Apiarist two in 25a. Vangnard and Metriwoola nine in even time. Yalwarra has arrived^ here. J. L. Cox is back from Tasmania.

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SATURDAY'S GALLOPS. VICTORIA PARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

SATURDAY'S GALLOPS. 'VICTORIA PARK. Course proper available, but few horses were working. Mossy and the Aryan1— Crash colt ran dovrn. two in 29s Miss . Aymer two in 26Js Initiate and Eobolet two in 27s. Master Koran, with- his trainer in the saddle, ran. an eyen.-tini£ jnile and a -iuac- ter. Will Douglas six in 135. Journeyman, Lady Malion, and Flee stol, _ separately, . did strong work. Going slowly were: — Puringa, Baimi, Macumba, The Swell, San Juan, Green Seal, Dryope, Tremellen, Blue Moon, Jae ger, Alarm, and Braes.

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SHOT WHILE ESCAPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

SHOT WHILE ESCAPING. Thousands of Babbits and other Game trith the new 'SPEEDETE' Smokeless and 'UMICOEN' Black Powder Cart ridges. Sold by all Storekeepers. 6l53e

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

? ' -?, ?. ? ASK . FOR . ?? - ;.; ;.: 1% WALKERVLLLE ALES. PUREST AND WflKt.

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

WANTED, a. ,nsefci Boy -light), to leant to ride. ' Apply oi Fine s&eet.

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
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