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ADMIRABLE CRICHTON OF SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

ADMIRABLE CRICHTON OF SPOKIbS Mr. C. B. Fry, who captained all Bfcg& land in the fin$ test match against i*»2 Australians, is best known to people -on this side of the world as a cricketer. The man who in 1901 made more runs tiiau any other batsman in the world— 13 cen turies, and six of those consecutive, !snd has performed remarkable feats with flie willow since is worthy of remembrance. ' But Fry is a wonder in other lines ..pj»---:; well. He got his athletic blue at rOi- '' ford at the 'Varsity sports, not. in onq event alone, but in three— the 100 yards high jump, and long jump.' In the long jump he cleared 23 ft. 6£ iiu, which at '- that time established a world's record, and in football he got his blue in the Association game and just missed1 hfe fclmV in Rugby by getting 'crocked' before the match against Cambridge. It' was no wonder that Fry should have made a lot in journalism, editing a magazine of jus ' own and writing up the national games with rare literary sty...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AIRSHIP DISASTER. Occurs on Land. Zeppelin Dirigible Wrecked. DUSSELDORE, June 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

AIRSHIP DISASTER. Occurs on Land. Zeppelin Dirigible Wrecked. DCSSELDORF. Jnne 28. ' An explosion of. gas wrecked tp9 24$p$:\ lin dirigible airship. Schweben, andinjur-1 ed 24 -soldiers, several.. fftalJjC Tlie ,.air: ship 'was a ,«eter- -vessel, to tiie Xistoria CtSnsier ''SSai^iniae ^a; egns^^naX ^&g^it of cohigderable -Watdon brer' the North - Sea .with 12 passengers. . ?.-'.? : The Schwjeben was Anchored, when a' gui-i; of wind drove her against a shed. Tlic.gas bag wasbroken, and the escaping i ga.s exploded.. . ' . - ? ! ? ? * . _ i

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

JAMES ANDERSON, 148 RUNDLE STREET. ODE WAREHOUSE IS OPEN FOR INSPECTION* YOU WHDIrHOJ!' BE PRESSED TO BUT. £ »mC^ — -wlL '^ ''yT^!*^^'Si^JwiJ ' ~ ? - . -. - * - »? t ; -^ XJus !»andppme .Sdefcoard, i ft. wi-K 7 It.'higi, luge bevelled / '. / , ' ;. ? J; M nurror, beautimuy caned,. only j% U.'C ; ? . . . . '. ' ' ' ' : ' 3 ? ' - ? ??' ??? -? ' ? . '?'.'. ? . ' ?' '??'',* ? ?: I : } GBDHJyS WT, as Blustrated, 4 ft x 2 U^:M/i.M | \ ; V;-:4'ft. 6.in. x 2 ft. 9iri» 25/. ':.''; .' . i'''''''-^1glSp \ Oar illustrated Catalogue is Free on application. -Posted tb -any sddral^HHK | OUR ADDRESS, U8 RUNDLE STREET^^g HBMft- ? ? ? . ? ' .- ..-?,. . . =7r^==^^^^^^ PW add -pubUshed by Clarence Moody, for The Mail Newspjperi^^H,, mJirLT ' filbert place, Adelaide, where advertiKments opdersV^^^^BI business notices: ADELAIDE CNEAE POST OmCE).' ; Teedj Stowed, Scaled, and Ertrtcted. ^ Crown and Bridge Work. ',..-?' All Ete»ctwi*.«re ateolnWy PAJTOIJSSS wi^i out any ill effect* aftenranic, . 2/6. Fees p...

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THE RELIGIOUS WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

THE RELIGIOUS '?'?WOfeLD. ? '. By. 'Ctiin.' O J^oni -and Master, of- i:- all, '' WTat-er-our i/aitie or sign »'e otrnTV *«1ay, we ifrar Thy call, .' .. We test our lives by Thine. iVn faintly -hoar, - we dimly see, .In differing phrase «e pr-y, -'?&. djqi.oc. ctear_ w;e own ip Tbee ' ? The Light, the Truth, the Way. , ... . . ' ??.'.. ml. G. WHTTTIE1I.

Publication Title: Mail, The
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THE GUEST'S POINT OF VIEW. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

THE GUEST'S POINT OF VIEW. In entertaining, as in present-giving, it is always desirable to regard things from the other point of new. One does not give pictures to a blind xnan, or delicate old-world china to those whose tastes are frankly modern, and who value tilings for their size and wealth of colour. So with guests. If they are to be made happy, and presumably the chief intention of en tertaining ie to . give pleasure to others, their tastes must oe considered. He who is stone deaf is pathetically 'bored h*r musicals— the better the music the gre».«J ter bis boredom. At bridge parties m| with no love of cards is a wearinesa wff herself and a positive 'horror to her fe»L^' ow-guests. A hostess who is golf maa X need not take it for granted that all hsth. guests are smitten with the same fiiaV, -ase, and those .who are not will be Ijai ,^. happier left to themselves in garden rtj'!V library than obediently trailing roanan^k^i links watching a game of which theylMVfi '' no knowle...

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

A-P^5ACHEfe^POET. jLBCmanv admirt^^of the Rev. H«nry Howard; the- popular Siethodist parson, of, Pine Street- Ghurch. will not be at all surprised to. hear that he has achiev ea'Somfe fame ap--a poet, for his sermons are indicative ofl a strongly poetic na Core.. The P6e\iy Recital Society of South Australia^jpeently ©ff»red a prize for the best bon^Vt on Fobert Browning. am the follow iug lines by Mr. Howard gained «hr ?award:— ?' ? Ba»}.;-njshty waster! on wh,oso liallow.od lips The. wh»*y fire from, the gods' high jjltar sat To fcuirrl the iicavvply'niesasr frt)ffl all stain; ' FufiQR ttgft thought and' fwliug into woniB Whce* thunder, inter-mist yith blin-)ing Sash, Smete like ihc Ifev oJ Dooni eadi deed of uTonp. Hail.- l*r we love tittk: w+io-nas-t -shown us Love Crb.w.ed with her jianj- rTO«T!« thro' sacrifice, Aty5 Jife ,eh6t; HiroV -nif b many -coloured Samr. Made .ricfc .nith golden baAntx sown in tears Slid cheered with srin? — pr^st-irom the grapes of ..'ipaitt: ?.. . ? ...

Publication Title: Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

?vf|- ,-A:-----Q.i ' MpKASTLE, INDIA, CHINA.*'- ASD ' EDBOPK. ?-'gypwfp AND SECOND - SALOOSS- OKIiX.^ . ^.v* ' ? ' ?}*- — ... - — * _ _ . ,' Steamer Tons. I Commander. LeaVe» J|^EorZ7 T0500' S-deBXbckyer.ESB »T -' ' Wiff'f' 10000 E. H. Gordon July 18 --JHBUA ? IS&W G.H-C.Weston,BLNE Aug. 1. ^SpHoUA. . 10000 ChF.PRston.B-lUt- ^og. 16 }?-!«, f ? ? ? ' And iortnightly thereafter. ? fUJEDJGS TO IIELBOOBNE AND SYDNEY. ? Awteere. Leave Adelaide. AH *teamets fitted with Wireless Telegraphy. ? raffl1 AND SECOND SALOON Passages gnmt ' «CSt Europe, India, China, and Western Aia ??ij*, .tr. Special and hound-the-World Ex 3 jfVf arranged: also through passages to New *jt' Passages arranged from any port. Special Bqjjf#9» tteturx Tickets to Colombo. -*i ':iWm' information and Handbooks apply to jgjffny SMITH, & CO., UMTTED, Agents. HP ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP ilp&OMPANY, LIMITED - ?'-' 3 iftl jfcjiMi Steamen from Fort Adelaide punc ? ' MMfSS tinder -orannstances permittin»):— ?...

Publication Title: Mail, The
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ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

ENGLAND. Tom - Mann, who was imprisoned- ? -for advising soldiers, not to shoot at strikers, has been released. ? ? .,?....?_.... A.Xew Zealander in London, named T. Jones, has been taken down for £600 bj- confidence men.; Mrs. Laye.ry -has obtained -her divorce in London from JD.r. _J.- La very, living near Gofford. * Sydney. Amy Pearsall v.as named as cp-rpspondent. ? . / - Lord Kitchener's', military policy .in India 'is' t«v .fc' altered, and 'the -British Garrison greatly rpduoed: ' ? : ? :. Two ihousand transport workers,- who resumed , wprk at the London docks last v.eek have 'again gone on strike.'.,^ 'Several London Eiiffragettes.lwho refnEed to take food, in gaol'have been- released. Out t-f 71 imprieoned. 46 wom#n and one htan vrevp forcibly fed. .'. ? ? ' . ? ? 'Sir George White, the defender of tady emithj died this vreek at the age of 76. Kews .has been received in London of tbre -l-?atb; atWpisbadfin: of Sir Lawrence Aima-Tarieina, the celebrated painter, ai .the a^e ...

Publication Title: Mail, The
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INTERSTATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

INTERSTATE. A ; Melbourne denfetst named A. H. Holdsworth 'was ordered to pay £58 9/ dijnapes to' Stella ' Hayrvard for unskilful treatment. ? '? 1 ? . .--?'? . A. -farmhand at Dunm«nk!e. Victoria; riamed -Qnirko. -.and ? sjx. other members of hit; family,, have been left £750.000 be Iw^bii'them.- . :'?;' ? ' ? r ' . ? tncr^ased ajlprjes are.tp be .given, to 'the niale schoolteacheia in Mctoija1. . Jai!n«*-..Gorrie '-.was sentenced to two years' imprisonment for the manslaughter fef'Araelia--BoTrden-'at Wa-rbftrt-Sn: . ,S^veEal persons were fined in eorinection witn keeping' a giinbliiig house, which was ra/ded-.recfclitlj'-i'n Brisbanp. ^Archdeacon -ash is svperiBg .from ner vous bceakdowti. . ? ?? - . , Thomas J. Walters, a- well-known far mer- of -Toorak, shot -himself athisresi The '.?vestry \©f -St. P.aul's pro-Ca'tKedrll, Sale, passed ft' resolution bf gympathy. to Canon Nash.t ' . .-.:'; A Ghinaman has beep. , Bentenced. to death 'at Darwin 'for' having murdered a lubra becau...

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

Adelaide Arrangements. Mj. V Archibald \ being -a ' . child 'SpepaliEt, chers of \ cBI!aren™^'.™tBil. '' .we iyiara assured' -orill-- prp.vi' vtejuaUy; iiitei*stinfe sna . neiprui 10 parents. , au.r. /^rcnmaTa. - ' i advocates some veiy'''flra|fic;ji^69ns'ig|i. .'?? thp ^ti»anl^ip£ '. itrfA jrainjng - 6f -;'coildiSs» ^ hence there areeottveready to criticisetthim - .-4' clever man's. thteories'lJut 'IheJlai^eVmajo-; ,1: rity areTriJUajg-to adpp^ his jiSw, methods. -| Indeed, the'--OTcers-ioF-onie-of th'eleaajing ' '» Sunday -schools in Metoria hive, ^p? ? :l listening . to Mr. Archibald's rteacbing,ii»de- ' A cided to remodel the whole ,sch6bli-and ' ? -'s school buildirigB at considerable «ipejise.f ' ~ ' '-' Mr. Archibald will, address the JWblia ' :t School Teachers' Conference; at the A^e: ';| laide High ?School -on Mondavi'-morningi '.- first lecture, taking Jot ^/suMiS*,'^^ ^ f I and J^owj Stndy.' the-OiilasJ' -; ;Mr.-.^A^3u». . ' ?s bald 'will continue his l&tur^^even...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

' .- ? LION^^Bi^^|ligr^;:^ ?* .. .;'?;- \;'-.:--'»-~I'il&1*wi»*»r' '-*' '-*ff':^J ? . '? ? ?'' .' t.j' i.'t -' ;?, V-:-'^^^^;.;!^:!^ '-.??'? B^'^fa^«l-^{Mr^)I-Mt&^^Ks!^4^a)^(-'i'it^dj' -: '-' ? ' '''-»*i''-^v ' 'i* ' lJ-''i4'^~^'' ?' ? ; ? ''- ??i,-i*-'\.* :' $ .'?;:j*' ^-?:r*''- '}*^*i*^^***i-^&*i^z^^**kTT£ f. '??-? . ' '?' -'.-^iiJ',-:-:«''*-*fsT^'^ r~i^'^^^^^^^^^ififii*i^^^^#4^^r^&M^S

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE SHOW GROUNDS. Interesting Negotiations. Hope for Early Settlement. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

raE;^#C-^fe|^Sr : Meresting ^^oti^ons. Hope for Earl j Settlement ? ?? . . ? ? ?? ? . j ; ... '.i .*? 1 .' During ?jfa* pa»=t.',fcw 'jTagy 'Tt«»e'.H?-fe'ri*: have'. been ''proceeding ifetwefen 'tite 1*^ . surer,: rfipr^enting.iJie,. Government, , aa»4 a subcbmrflitteeTof 'Jlie_^0f5'al~AgriculturBi and Horticultnrargot^tr..regaraSng^the/»e' moyal of tbe show grounds from the Es hibition grounds to '-JS&wiski .?''??„ .,'-.♦ ; '?f^*je^e^.i3^'i.iK'^|^^in,ipov' tng. grand' etarid6. ' cattle 'and slieep' yards, seating Accommodation, -and-Eorfortivaj-d i-e-treCting1 them' on -lines which'wiU tnake ^'em^seKiJ^fljlejiorrmapy^ye^l^TII^ .... finaneial basis on r which the- Gbverament should trV^tTOtti'^^^ in; fc3b*afi^; ; - for.its ?-Kri*hdpi ' ?£tfeZt&zitit&'$rtat&& -?' ? grounds.is^us$.inow:i3»ei\^ii}-t-a?jc .«P5^fe- ; ' cjiEaonTirop^ are.eriteHairied fliat'asatii- '. -. factory agreement will' at an^eady.jilile. -, ' .be^amved/at.'''''' '— ' * ?':-''...

Publication Title: Mail, The
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

'^'H-Hf-'-DPlgA^^iflkr*:-'.: During the^:pastr^ew;^^.*he^jfeattet has ! jbeetf' sen?«fiy,.fifte, ?^?do^^haw now gathered jin the-Ek^-and a ^rint of ? rain has fa&en on the-eastern^ portion of the upper north agacultmsi :Hrgav,.' ?' '?? The f 6Ttold»Sf*rja)!!S^Httaa^fiie«6^ Australia:e^^n^:-jadEiM-*l^!;}-^^ some rain.: /Kpiriiefly. ,winds,;v^ing;to cold soutii-TOesteriy; on '1iieiTfest;.l#a6t: . The ' .-r-weattey'' tSBanigS6Ba ~^i£ ^;m- throughout :th«^GomnKi«wealth':Wjeie:-:r - Sffith ' AusttaUi-^Cleap - or scatterBd ' Western Australia.— -€!ear-&flie-tropnis. afid clear or' ^Sa«reJ 'dou^ rnorti&to - fields and central south-west;' othersrise cloudy fb driffi ' '?'? '' '_,e.*'- -.1-:'™ ''.' . - . Qu^sland.^^ondy 1»:BnOwerr'on'1Ui« -x^t and thrcaterflng'iBHherjnbrth-we6t; ' iae^^^icaaer^a^IoWeigewBerie;7'; '~ . JSew ^outh Walesr---GBpds'raloi&g coaft «nd' 'Blue Mountains, ? mostly '-iear else- ' -whejfe. Few frosts: - ; - ^ r. . . \ '-i Victoria.— -3ou...

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

An Interesting Point. The Mercantile Bowing Club has called a special . general - meeting for Monday week to elect three trustees. The club's rules, provide tfiat nominations for. offi cers-must be posted in the clubhouse for six days prior 'to the meeting. As the club is how without , a boathouae 'the offi cials are doubtful, whether the trustees can be legally appointed- without . their names^being- posted- Until these officials are appointed a start cannot be made with the new boathouse.

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ROWING. Australians and Canadians at Practice. LONDON, June 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

ROWING. Australians and Canadians at Practice. LONDON, June 28. The Australian and Canadian eight-oar crews who are training for the Grand j Challenge Cup, to be rowed at the Henley j Royal Regatta -on Wednesday and follow- 1 ing days next week, Have been putting j ir- some hard work on the Thames during j the week. Both crews were timed over half the distance, which the Canadians did in 3m. 50s. The Australians did the same distance in , two seconds less. Both teams' are in good condition.

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

WESTERN AUSTRALIA. PERTH, June 29. A meeting was held at Coolgardie to-day. The weather was fine, ? and there was a fair atten dance. Results: — Hurdles.— LITTLE JIM (Mural— Flcche), 1; Mal lou-, 2; Lord ParSea, 3. Dividend, £1 41. Bet ting— 6 to 4 agst. -winner. Won by i lengths. Time, 3.2S. Coolgardie First Plate.— Skirl and Flavus dead heat for first; Eggshell, 8. Two others started. Betting— 7 to 4 agst.;SldrL 2 to 1 Flavus. Time, Coolgardie Winter 'Cup. — MarpUa (Mural— Una) 1;. Stirling, 2; Carnamah, 3. . Fire others started. Dividend, £4 5/. Betting— 5 to 2 agst Tremu tak 10 to 1 the winner. Won by a length. Time, 1 Second Division :Plat&— LOCVIMA (Duke of Melton— Sousie), 1; Mariner, 2; Sir Corsican, 3 Seven others ran. Dividend, £3 13/. Betting— 2 to 1 Chester Belle, 5 to' I LOUVIMA. Won by two lengths, a head between second and third. Time. LI7. Third Division Plate, six furlongs.— RENDEZ- VOUS (Gaulus-My Own), 1; Brown Sherry, 2; Divine, 3. Four others ran. Bettin...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO-DAY'S RACES TATTERSALL'S RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

TO-DAY'S RACES TATTJERSALL'S RACES. Fine weatbar favoured lie postponed Cap Maetiag -af Tattereall'e Club to-day, though ibe afternoon was ovesrcast, and a bitter^ cold wind was blowing. There wae e e0**4 attendance, though hardly up to the standard -rf a holiday meeting. The track was in fair order, but the going, as was only to be expected, was on the heavy side, and fast times were not the order of the day. The afternoon passed off without acci dent, and the few' tumbles that resulted in the jumping events had no serious re suite. From a backers' point of view the afternoon was not too good, favourites for the most part failing to score; but some interesting finishes were witnessed, and more than one substantial dividend was paid. Tke racing resulted as foliws: — PRINCE OF VUJB& VELTH1 HASfcgCAP. j Of ISO eoTB.; second SO «ofl third 10 from j the make. Gee mile. ..^_ , £386. WKBONBEK«V, Br. J. JtoCtam-« j b.s-, 5 yra., by Pistol— Antilles, 8 9 (J. Uddle) ? * «8 35/. aorna...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POLO. Countess of Dudley's Cup. SYDNEY, June 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

POLO. Countess of Dudley's Cup. SYDNEY, June 29. The polo finals were played at Kensing ton- Racecourse . .' tq-day. The Govemor Generars team beat ' Sydney .A,., and won . the Countess of Dudley's Cup. j The presentation of the cup was made: by - liady Chemisford. ' ? = I

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PINNAROO WHEAT AREAS. The Recent Rains. Splendid Prospects for Good Harvest. Mr. O'Loughlin interviewed. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

PDSNARJDO ^CEM!: AREAS .^ ' The Recent Rains. Splendid Prospects for Good Harvest. ? Mr. O'Loughlin Inter viewed. _ ^ - The Hon^-L. O'Loughlin, .M.P-, has «e? toned'to townfrom ^ie opeiing ceremony of. the Ouyen 'to, Mnrrays3lle/3aiilw«y lipej to which he- along with the Erjrnier tHon. A-U.. ^afee»'^l-r.)1Jhad:?e?5 invited ny 'the' Shire CounciL ' 'Ttie b(monraljler«M»UeT man TCsppnded to iie-toast^of^the ParRa-; nwnt of S^th Atistraira,'wii^B^w»6 receiv ed by- the company wilii mo^cal %onoius.: The Premier was. mw3»le 'to attend on ac count* of his being ensaced w?Lth.4h£ 'Sduca- tion Commission in -Kew Souffi Wales, and Mr. O'Loughlin apologised to the Shire I Council for-hisabsence: ?- r '?'?».« Murrayville 'is the 1 'point' 'in 'the conn try across the border ' which it ?is 'intended ' to link- no ' -with the Pinnaroo line, the distance betfreep the termini of the two railways .being only about 16 miles. ' Undoubtedly advantage will come ?both to South Australia and Vic toria by...

Publication Title: Mail, The
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PICTURESQUE EDUCATOR. WHO WOULD BREAK "LOTS OF LAWS." "Awful Blunders" in Training Children. We Are Bringing War on Ourselves. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

PICTUEJE^tJE EDU CATOR. WHO W-ULD BREAK -1C6T$-)FLAWS.W 'Awf nl Blon^rs' in Train- ' iiigChfldren. We Are Bringing War on Ourselves, . A breezy unusual. personality is -Mr. George Hnmilton Archibald, who has been conducting 'a^teachjfer'trajniJig^ ca'mp.aign ttorbnlhtAf^tnei^^mmoh^realtti^ana^Xew ; Zealand,i;. and wi& - ixtotinAe itv in Ade-j laide on Monday, under, the auspices of ttie feduth AusttaJian Sunday SchoolJBjg^a ; 3tej±onrj*ts-5h«vei had a-very; -iwieieeSsful; time at the'as;centres which ^liey &ye» visited in- 'ttie'jpith'irrStates, ani;are ' looTk-- iiiK, forward 'to the same .success ;in'%Ade-. laidp. ;'?'?'' '?'???; ? . - ' Mr. Archibald arrived by. the , eipcess from 'Melbourne' this -morning, and-when interviewed by ;a representative of 'The iMail' left the; impression, that ' in his opinion educational matters in' Australia ?were -topsy turi/y, and indeed that there was, little in the Commonwealth; that was nbt upside, down.. ... . . ^ ?'. . ..;.''...

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