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POLICE COURT. ADELAIDE: Saturday, June 29. (Before Mr. T. Gepp, S.M., Hon. F. S. Wallis, and Messrs. J. P. Higgins and V./ T. Imes.) [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
POLICE COURT. - '? ~ 'ADELAIDE: Saturday, Janee 29. (Before Mr. T. Gej», SJC, Bin. P. 8. Waffii, sod Henn. J. F- Higguu and V. T. Imes.) Eight men and two women were SUM lor in sobriety. ? For laving been druniaand used prolane lan guage, James O'Hara «mllJ«np Butler were each finaH 4?9 11/ ftl flll. I The case in which Aomas !?. Brown was charged upon a. provisional warrant with having deserted Us child . at Windsor, Hew South Wales, on Hay 28, vras continued to-day. It had been adjourned on ' Thursday to enable a reconciliation to be effected. Mr. C M. Muir feead, who defended, stated that he had sent a telegram to accused's wife asking her to come over and settle the matter, but had received no reply. Mr. Gepp. ordered Brown to be re tmed So. Hew 6o$th .Wales. _„_.,.__._.
CONSTABLE CHARGED. Did he Assault Captive? Case Adjourned. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
CONSTABLE CHARGED. Did he Assault Captive? Case Adjourned. ? The serious charge laid against a con stable for having injured a prisoner while escorting him to the City Watchhonse was farther investigated before Mr. T. Gepp, S.M., the Hon. F. . S. Wallis, MX.C., and Messrs. J. P. Higgins and V. T. linen, at the Adelaide Police Court on Saturday morning. Edward Loughlin charged R-C Ollsop. with having assault ed him on May 28. Mr. Paris Nesbit, K.C., with Mr. F. V. Smith, appeared for the prosecution.; and OUson was defended by Mr. R. H. Lathlean. James McEHighott said he remember ed Tuesday, May 28. At about 9.20 pjn. he was under the grocer's shop in Gilbert street, and he had a man named White head, who had given evidence on the pre vious dav. with him. On the opposite corner he saw a lot of lads and a woman there, who was drunk. The lads appear ed to be teasing her. When the con stable came up the boys all ran towards King William street. He afterwards saw the woman, who was drunk...
"THE MAIL" CABLEGRAMS. THE DEATH OF A LABOUR LEADER. Mr. Enoch Edwards. LONDON, Jane 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
CABLEGRAMS. THE DEATH OF A LABOUR LEADER. Mr. Enoch Edwards. , ' - LONDON, Jane 28. The death is announced of Mr. Enoch Edwards, who far see years has represent; ed the' ' labour ;J?arty in Tfche House of Commons for the district of -Hanley. Mr. Edward*, who' began life as a pitman. was a prominent .worker- in the interests of the coDiera. Before he entered Parlia ment :he took a deep Interest in municipal affairs, and for a time was Mayor .of Bur slain . As president of the Miners' Federa? ?tioB he was prominent in the negotiations ? during the recent colliers* .strike, and his voice was always raved for peacable me thods rather than for -violence in settling disputes.
AMUSEMENTS. LYRIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
' AMUSEMENTS, LYRIC CLUB. ?-'*?: At the Lyric Club on Friday evening a large number of members and friends en joyed a programme which had been ar ranged by Mrs. Arthur Walker. An ap preciative audience included Mrs. and Miss. Norman, Mr. and Mis. Frank Clark, 'Mrs. Quesnel, Mr. and Mrs. Walker, Miss Brooks, Miss Ward, Dr. and Mis. Jnrs, the Misses Dawe, Miss Amand Wright, Mr: and Mrs. Amsberg, Mrs, Cecil Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. Wanborough Fisher, Mrs. W. J. Sowden, and Miss Galbraith. The programme -was as follows: ^So- nata for violin and piano, op. 45 (Grieg), Miss Clarice Gmeiner and Mrs. C. Hyde; song, ''Mother of Mighty Sons (Ayiward), Mr. Edgar Hiem; pianoforte solo, /'Rigo- letto Fantasia (Liszt), Miss Carlien Jura; violiii solo, 'Romance' (Sinding), Miss Clarice Gmeiner; 'Song, 'The Harper's La ment' (Loveday), Mr. Edgar Hiern; pianoforte solo,. 'Prelude' (Eaehmanjoff), Miss Carlien Jure; song' cycle, 'The Way of Youth' (F. S. Walker), Miss May Jfor man. The feature of the even...
LADIES AT THE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
IADEES AT THE RACES. By -frcne.'? There was, for an off day, a big atten dance at Morphettvile this afternoon, and the cold wind that blew across the course without & solitary peep of sunshine to gild the sharp air, was as dry as a legal docu ment and as keen as a blade. Possessors of long musquash or blanket coats, funs, aad snugly fitting toques, looked aggres sively comfortable, and, like the flower beds, took the kind winds with beauty. Others, less weather wise, shivered in autumn attire, and tried to look uncon scious, Trhile the huge feathers in their hats reared and plunged wildly this way and that. Naturally there was a prepon derance of serviceable tailor-made suits in the scheme of dress, and to mapy women tins style of dressing is remarkably becom ing. Very charming indeed are these costumes, for, however severe they may be, there is -an essentially feminine air about them. Mrs. Richard Hawker's beau ttfnUy cut coat and skirt of navy blue satin cloth was ornament...
BASKET BALL. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
BASKET BALL. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATIOR This week has finished the first half. '?Oil Thursday evening the City Mission played the Bowdcn Baptist, both teams ha-°-ng one match to their credit. After a. stremions game City Mission won by 6 goals. Scores:— Missions, 20 goals; Bowden Baptist, 11 goals. Best players: ^-Winners— Mensforth and Petera. fcosere — Rhymes and Kilmartin. Adelphian and Halvera met on Thursday night, and after a. fast and exciting game Malvem won by 6 goals. Best players:— 'Winners— B- Knigbt and Hounslow. Losers— Sims (best nun on the ground), C. Baker (who gave a good account at himself at centre), and K. Knight. Scores wale: — Malvems, 38* Arielphians, 32. Mr. Sci-iuguur umpired sattstactorilv. All Blacks forfeited to O.B.L Below are the podfions of the dtibt tat Ok first half:— till II | Southwark.. „ ^ 6 6 1 126 86 10 O.B.I. .. « ^. .. 6 S 1 139 10B JO HalTens ^^.^.6 4 2 215 142 8 Adelpmans .. .. 6 4 2 174 135 8 City Missions „ 6 2 4 gS 33* 4. Bowden Bapti...
GOLF. ADELAIDE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
GOLF. ADELAIDE CLUB. Thirty-seven cards were taken out for the June medal competition, which was played at Seaton to-day. J. R. Baker put m a good card and won the A medal, ?while J. Gow won the B medal. The following are the scores:— J. Gow ? ... .. .. 93 18 75 J. R. Baker .. ,»'»«. .^ .. 85 4 81 H. A. Drew .. .. .. ». 109 25 84 A. E. H. Evans ,.: „* ,f 94 9 85 H. W. Lloyd .. .. .. ». 94 9 85 J. Dunbar ... .. ,«..». 109 24 85 H. P. Onslow .. 'M -« .. 110 25 85 K. B. Goode ..: M .. ... 95 9 86 E. Leaver ......... 87 1 86 R. F. Graham ,* .. ... ,.82 5 87 E J. Lloyd .. « ». M 98 11 87 A. W.Hayward „, m: „ 105 16 87 J. S. Wainwright .* », ». 104 17 87 C. McArthur ? * .« ..98 10 88 H. M. Linklater .. ,« .. .. 101 12 89 H. L. Rymill .. « „ „ 94 3 91 A. Astley .. ,.:,-:..: .. 101 10 91 J. H. Evans .. ,.. ,* .. .. 107 14 93 The final round of the championship was played on Saturday and resulted in a win for T. Cheadle, who beat W. J. Gungon by one Etroke. The results were: — 1st and 2nd 3r...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
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THE SUBURBAN HALF-ACRE. THE SUMMER GARDEN. THE PERENNIALS (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
THE SUmmAM HM,F-AGIIE.?. the summer Garden. vBy^Greoileaf.^ fWritten Exclusively for 'The Mail.') IHE PERENKIALS (Continued). Just to think ot delphiniums blue, - And sfclviafi, -flpTlTillg like fire* Wjth gerbera/ all rare and new,. , Mutt yoiir girdeoinK efforts inspire. Celosis with rich feathered «P«T. ? And phlox with their varied bright tuwa, Sbould make u» tbinlc outright away, And fill in with gardening- hints. ?' As mentioned in our article last week there are many perennials that nave been so carefully selected from thousands of seedlings that if you 'wish to get them uTtheST finest varieties it will pay you better to purchase the named plants ralier than raise the seedlings and go to all the trouble of growing a lot of lndine rerit Bowers that you ajmost. grudge *pace to. We are always keeping the fact in tcind that. the gardener's space is limited, End therefore viluable, so that every plant must' be the best of its kind; Your plants may -cost a' little more each, but yo...
TWO GUINEAS TO SEE THE FLOWERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
TWO GUINEAS TO SEE THE FLOWERS. By 'Gi-eenleaf .' How little, we realise in Adelaide what privileges we have in. attending the flower shows at the modest price of one shilling, ?and also that of calmly strolling around the blooms, and taking- one's 'own time at any tavffunte ones that delight us.' Let us give you .an idea — a oorrect one— of the Grand Horticultural Show held only- a tew \ weeks ago at Chelsea,- to -make you appre- 1 ciate your privileges.- ?: ? ? ... | The King iuid Queen opened the wond rous' -show, said to havevbeen the show of the century. . Many-hundreds «f -thou- sands of pounds -were represented by the orchids alone. Having paid two guineas for admission we felt rather annoyed at the authorities keeping the gates dosed much longer than advertised. Two guineas to-day, tfl-roorrow a guinea, the .next day at half a guinea, and the follow ing it falls to the ordinary common gar den Bhifling. . That day gees the cottager .who loves the. flowers almost better than a...
THE ORCHARD. THE USE OF FOWL MANURE IN THE ORCHARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
By **Elschar^ (Written Exclusively for 'The Mail.') TffF, USE OF FOWL 1£ANURE IN THE ORCHARD. - Most people nowadays keep a d°5?? fowls or so, not so much, I am afraid, to supply fresh eggs as to eat up the Scraps and bits from the bouse, and to aAA ? mari»tir tn the meat surrolv. 'Prac- tical,' who has charge of the poultry co lumn, will tell you that cleanliness is ab solutely essential to success in fowl cul ture, so that the pens and houses, the yards and runs, must be swept up each week, and a considerable amount of .good manure is thus collected. This forms one of the finest complete manures one can Ket for the fruit garden, containing as it do« phosphoric acid, nitrogen, and pot a*h, and they are all in a form very use ful to the trees. This should be kept in a dry place until wanted. When ap plying it do not place it too near the butt of the tree, as the bark is then likely to be injured. Rather follow the plan ad vocated in last week's notes, and sprinkle it in a two-feet r...
£10,000 FOR A COLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
£10,000 FOR A €OLD. Signor Bond, the famous Italian tenor, is suing a railway company for £10,000 because he caught a cold while travelling to Toronto. He accuses the employes of the railway of carelessly shutting off the heating ap paratus, although 'they knew he was in the sleeping carriage. t
ROYAL FEUD. Strange Action by the Kaiser. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
ROYAL FEUD. Strange Action by the Kaiser. The -Kaiser has (wrote the Berlin cor respondent of the London 'Daily 'Ex press on May 22) decided that no Hohen zollern Prince shall be allowed to attend the funeral of Prince George of Cumber land,, either personally or as his 'repre- sentative. The reason for this etrange action ifi the feud between the Houses of Prussia and Cumberland over the absorption of Hanover bv Prussia in 1886, because the father of the present Duke of , Cumber^ land, the blind King George V. of Han over, Bided with Austria against Prussia. The Dukes of Cumberland never 'have given up their claim to the throne of Hanover, and have rejected all efforts at reconciliation with the Honeazollerns, .
WELCOME HOME. To Messrs. Napier Birks and McFarlane. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
WELCOME HOME. To Messrs. Napier Birks 'and ^IcFarlane. At the Cafe Rubeo last Wednesday evening' a recherche dinner was tendered as a welcome home to Messrs. Napier Birks- and Bert McFarlane by a few- of their friends. A feature of the . menu card was the apt application of rhyme to the various dishes to describe the travels of the two guests. !Hius:— . With oysters we ftart on our trip out and hack. Hers D'oeuvrcs, Outer Harbour, with Percy and Mack. ' „ ''' So the party went along with the travel lers until they reached Now coffee and smoke their soothing charms lend. We have reached Adelaide— oar trip's at an end. The health of the guests was proposed by Mr. R. J. Hancock;, supported by Messrs. A. W. Carlos and H. E. Harfey, and enthusiastically honoured. The reunion throughout was a happy
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
PERSONAK Miss Ethel Bamnger, Fellow of the South Australian Society of Arts, sailed for London by the BaDarat on Thursday, .Tnne 27. It is her intention to sDeni two years in the old country, gaining far ther artistic experience. Miss Barringer, who received her art instruction at the Adelaide School of Art, junder the direc tion of Mr. H. P. GiU, is a competent watercokmr. artist,, the holder of many medals awarded at Australian exhibitions, and was a prominent worker in tiis politi cal arena for the emancipation of her sex from anomalies in the divorce laws, &c. . Dr. Hunn, of Booleroo Centre, left this week for ike Continent. to study, in the London and European hospitals; . We are glad to note that tine proprietors of Wood's Point (Messrs. Morphett Bros.) are keeping up the reputation of that sta tion for the production of excellent sheep and lambs at this season of the year. The fact of their being able to put s*ch prime staff on the market during an almost drought peri...
DISTRICT NURSES. A Useful Work. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
raSTRICT NURSES, ; A Usi^il #dric 'There is not the poverty in Adelaidi that there used to be, but there is staff plenty of scope for otir work,' eaid.a tastei of the District Trained Nurang Society to a 'Mail' reporter yesterday. . ,-..- The society has been in. existence dost on 18 years, and has grown till it hat now 18 districts and 21 nnrses' ready to minister to the feick who ; need their. «er- ? vices. Sister Higgin is Superintendent, ' with Sister Hodge as -her . chief : as- . sistant and inspector of branches. Each branch has its own commit tee, but is controlled by the general com mittee in Adelaide. The nurses Jiv* in their districts, and are notified whenfthey are needed for a fresh case, either by a message ' left at a local chemist's, word frdm the doctor, or direct communication. - 'Yes, we are only supposed to help those . who cannot pay for private nursine, .'but. of course, there are .times when people get our services who are not onifit-ipd to - them/' said the Bi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
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ENGAGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912
ENGAGEMENTS. Albert Selmar Conrad, F.R.I.V.A., third son of Mr. Leopold Conrad, Helstonleigh, East terrace, and Miss Alice Miriam, se- cond daughter of Mrs. Charles Beeton, Betthune, Hutt street, Adelaide. Mr. Sydney Ayers and Miss fMna Kid man, youngest daughter of Mr. Sidney Kidman, of Kapnnda. The marriage will shortly be celebrated ot Miss Peggie Me Arthur, elder daughter of Mr. W. A. McArthur. late M.pTfor the it. Anstell division of Cornw^all, Eng and, to the Rev. C. Day Eyre PeshalL M.A., of the Royal Navy, who is attached as chaplain to H-M£. Encounter.