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HEARTH AND HOME. OUR DEFENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

HEARTH AND HO|ttE, OUR DEFENDERS. Byf-jte^ilc^ Julv..J— Senior ,padets -of.lgM class triaifer to '' , the . mifitia faijai: -, .'.', ' ? '??'.. '?' 6-7-Befcsinar of::Xr-«-(«rni-r^en^al'B'.Tt'view- - of ? metropolitan; cnSlt£# '-? ? ' '. : '* S to; 2lr^St»ff Sdibol'i: and, L .stsff- offi ? . -**s. :. ? .-? f '-. '- - . ? -S tiu-^Stalf school area -ol&sfcis.'- ' 13— Re«i'cw-' by: «overoor-Getrcral 6t- metro . pclitan cadets. :? ?'. ' -'? ._*-?'. IS 'to .- Ausast-6— Stiff, ectiool W.O.' and -X.G.O. of instructibnal rtaff. Augiist . to ' IS^Infkiitrj- school, Adelaide. -'Kamfs dyp; Jijfy -25-. :: , ' .-. : 10 to II— Eegjjnentat-- eserdses ? Hsmley . Bnag^. ? . Natqes 'aUe~AugpBt. L '; U to 24— Map 'neaahiy and -field £ketcM£C ? . school. . Names- due August '4. ? . .17' to agT-yupi.or' officers ij/.'fi.- and Infantry, C.Jf;B.; i6|A, 'ASelaiae. NainesTdufi . . -August 6.-' . --?-..- 24 *-- 55r-r§6gimcntal esccciscs Mounts l?ar-' : li«.' 'Varies -due- August' 16., ?.'. A ?. letter...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POULTRY AT THE SHOW [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

PQITUFRX AT THE SHOW By *^adaw^l/v Although -tbe -entries- were -not so large as last year the ' quality of birds shown | was superior. ^ This shows that more at tention is being: given -to detail and gen eral principles, of . breeding, which . always Tneanp better quality.. The: commercial breeds made a splendid and attractive dis play. . PLYMOUZTH_ ROCKS. . This grand commercial breed had never I b^ep. shown to the public in t-ucb escel Ifince. Messrs: Manuel -and Brown were tlie jmhcipal .winners, and secured 'The Mail; 'spgpigr ;i m best team — cock, hen, cockerel, ' fpd' '-.pullet.'' The winning first apd special vcdckerel and pullet are the be^t ever rbfeji in, this- State. The second prize. Sajcgenfri cockerel is also a goad one,: as is also1 F.' A- 7'Holmes's first prize ooek^-.'Th'ie, judged nyist, have experienced 'difficulty in placing itire- awards, the qual ity1 Being -of- such a :Kigt' standard all i through, the classes. t ..:?'?', bRPievGTONAS. .. .''Blac^;.afe : usu...

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POULTRY AND KENNEL CLUB SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

POULTRY AND KENNEL CLUBSHOW. | Fortune favoured the club on Friday — . a bright. cleaT day, which pet the officials and exhibitors in good spirits. AVirth- Circus had taken possession of: part' of ; the Exhibition grounds, eo that; the judging rings were/ this year on- the; oval. The spot chosen was ideal for the j dogs, except that it was rather- far. from | the benches. .. ] The committee worked hard, serving the | judging rings, and .Sir. H. . C. Barnard 1 made an efficient ring . steward — Mr. .J. ! H. Ward, the secretary, of the South.. Aus- I tralian Bulldog Club, judged the bulldogs, and Mr. .G. M. Duncan handled all other breeds. Keen interest was taken in the judging, and an eager -:rowd of fanciers gathered around' the .ring. GREYHOUNDS. ;??- Only one shown; a ^rery fair fawn bitch. BULLDOGS. . . ?. ' [ The well-known Tommy ? Burns, looked in good nick by. himself, in -the wininnK class. In the open, dogs same owner with Maluka, winning .Trtll, followed .-by Remus and the....

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THE KENNEL. COMING SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

By 'Wirehair.' COMDTG SHOWS. ffnly J8. J^r-Port Adelaide P. & D. Sodety. Judges— Greyhounds and Whippets, F. Har -? vey; Spiniels and Field Dogs, A. Parks; . ? Collies and Poms, G. L. Luck; Tellers, A. , imtoii; Bulldogs, G. SL Duncan. Jnlj 2* ? 27— Victorian P. & £.. Club, at Jfel bourne. -.--??. fnlr 25 and : 29— McLsren Tale P. & K. Club. Judge, all dogs, G. K. Duncan. ? ' E PAT ON THE BACK. A well-knoym fancier writes: — 'I very tnuch appreciate the kennel column of your paper, and I am sure I am not the only one. You have undertaken a work which- will do a Jot of good to the dog fancy. I wish 'The Mail' every ? success.' Thanks, friend, for your word of com mendation. We will always endeavour to make the kennel notes interesting and of a practical nature. . {THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN BULLDOG CLUB.. JAt the big bulldog show held in London fast month * at Holborn Hall this wide awake club gave four silver medals. The fhow, which was held by the Bulldog Club, In...

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The Fun of the World [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

§x3s 'Dewdabs' is American schoolgirls' j slang. -for men's kisses. It is .gratifying to note the spread of refinement in_ihe land -of Messrs. Taft and Roosevelt. ] Minister — 'So you are going to school now, are you, Bobby?' Bobby (aged six)— 'Yes, sir.' Minister— 'Spell kitten for me.' Bobby— 'Oh, I'm further advanced than that. Try me on cat.' Sir Thomas Lipton relates the follow ing experience of his own: — . . _. 'When I was starting in business I was very poor, and needed every penny I could earn to' enlarge my little business. . I had. a lad of 14 as assistant. One Mon day morning the boy- came in with a very mournful expression. I asked him ?what the trouble was, and he said:— ' 'I nave ? no clothes fit to - wear to church, sir. I can't get a new suit, be cause my father is dead, and I have to help iny mother to pay the rent.' ' 'I thought it over, and finally took enough money from my hard-earned sav ings to buy the lad a good, warm suit of clothes, with which he was deligh...

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The Red Streak SERIAL STORY ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. CHAPTER XIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

He Red Streak I SERIAL STORY (By WILMOT KATE.) AT,T. EIGHTS 'BESERVED. CSAPTERXiil. ' At breakfast th? ne^-raornihtf-iw pxu -. fcWwps made of the^ events of -tWf Prff1' ' cufi-erenmg, and'the eEaplatn Wftiled the . gossip. of the plsce, passing lightly from : tubiect 10 snbiect. ' . '? 'I sh*nrt be in to 'chop.' I'm lunehm? at the Castle,' Basil announced suddenly. 'The steamer is *till lying off the'coasr, i *nd there is plenty of time to catch it. : las Palmas would be preferable ? to - Accra - -— orider the circumstances.' , ..' n : 'I intend to stay here for a few days,. 'Of course, personally. I am only, too * ylad to have your company. But 1 Una* ' fou should go.' ? ; 'I don't pretend not to understand year ? neaning, but I must stay,' Basil said dog gedly, and the chaplain sighed. _ . It. wa«= 8 o'clock when they JSiuatna ' breakfast, and lunch was not until 11.30, ' but Bas? could not sit down quietly, so ; econ he left the chaplain's bungalow and : walked awards the club. T...

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LACROSSE. A GRADE. STURT V. PORT ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

LACROSSE. A GRADE. STCB* v\ PORT ADELAIDE. The return game between these two tlubs eventuated at Woodville to-day. Sturts' 'line up' was the same as that that did duty on the previous Saturday. W Russell was absent owing to the death of his father (Senator Busseuj. ana conse quently Sturts entered the field wearing black bands around their left arms. Ports tried G. McDonald in place of Bagot, and Naughton was back again. From the 'face-off' Ports quickly secared, and soon had a goal to their credit, but thereafter until the last term the Unley men did as they liked. At the long interval the scores were 11 to 1 in favour of the two biues, and most of the goals had come from the stick of Searle, whose opponent (Blackburn) was taking things too easy ?and did not appear, to make any effort -to stop the rot that had set in. After half time the seasides' captain, altered some of the positions, and this in some de gree was beneficial,- but when they had opportunities to score they either p...

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THE BUSINESS MAN'S PAGE. Money, Mines & Commerce. STOCKS & SHARES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

Money, Mines & Commerce. STOCKS & SHARES. ? — Q ? ??» By ... 'Asmodeus.' - -Two Labour members discussing the ? political situation with a city man re cently pointed out that the predictions . that Australia would go to rack and ruin When their- nat+v ent rantrol of -the gov ernment of the country 'were wonderfully astray. No- one ever imagined that any single .patry ?would be able so to play ducks and drakes with public affairs as to involve the country in :immediate nun. That might happen with a people akin temperamentally to the :8buth American half-breed '.or to the hot bloods of- South ern Europe. iAnglo;Sax6n people, however, moioe slowly and 'deliberately. If took 10 years of prosperity in Australia before the electors consented to endorse the propaganda of the Labour leaders. Vot ens -Were apathetic because -of good times, and were tired, of the mediocrities in the leadership ' of the liberal Party, - so they gave Labour' a chance to make a name -for itailL ?...

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AMATEUR LEAGUE. GLENEERRIE V. ST. PETEfi'S COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

AMATEUR LEAGUE. GLENEERRIE V. ST. PETER'S* COLLEGE. These teams met for the first time on the College OvaL Glenf errie, aided by the wind, soon had the game in -hand; but in forcing the ball to the forwards met with strong opposition m tne college nacK lines, and , eventuaHy breaking through Wilkin son raised the flags. . 'fhe game became crowded, and Saints had the ball among their forwards, when it was kicked out to WaUmann at centre. With a loBg fast run down the middle of the ground he punched it to Wilkinson, who, . turning quickly, again put it through. -Saints ral lied well, and Twopenny, with his high wiflrlnng -.and. fast runs, was -most promi nent. They failed to score in the first quarter, while Glenferrie kicked 3 goals 6 behinds. In the next the college boys had the advantage of the wind, and Walker soon raised the flags With a good long punt. ! Owing to the ball neing crowded, the blue and-whites' forwards got loose and repeat | edly passed to Walker, who again 'scored...

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OPERATION HELD TO BE COMPULSORY. Father Convicted for Refusing Permission. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

OPERATION HESJ) TO BE COMPUI^ORY. : Fattier Convicted for ' ' ' - ? -fw ? Refusing Permission. ?:? ? ?' : ' ? : ? ? ?. 'I - The point whether it is an offence ^n^W^kS: the Children Act for a parent to ?^-«^E to allow his child to: be submitted to- BB| surgical operation was discussed by-^Il^^ visional .Court in' London on May 30,-iifoiaBHB arguments were heard on a rule nisiioa^^ ing on justices of Kettering to showj^ttssj^p why a conviction should not be qnnahen.f^f ' The five-year-old' daughter of : ;;|Jr£^S Ernest Carter, of Rbtiiwell, TJorfliifi«i}fe- ' tonshire, attended a' County Ckranpl school, and a difficulty was found inteaehy ''_??? ing her because she was unable to '«W ' ' ' culate properly. The medical offieefcTbAp the county found -she was ss^eiiwBp a cjeft .palate, which could be cn4HH^B~' an operation. . -' 'faflSK J ' Sir.' Carter decUned to allow anflKBoi tion, and the -matter came to theMMgyla of the National Society for the 'HH| tion of Cruelty to Children, who-t...

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THE MAN ABOUT THE HOUSE. The Tool Kit. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

THE MAN ABOUT- THE HO0SE. The Toe! Bat; By:**Scril)ta-.w ... - - . . ? . *^ $££_ -^No man aspires to be 'Jack of all ntt* master of none,' yet i» .know t gttgj: about some trades enables many a Ho*; holder to do^his own small rrepairs;.! WigC hundred and one jobs that are coni mm cropping up in a dwelling. 'In 'the Mfgg ing 1 propose -by a little, advice an] jjgjjgjj practical wrinkles -to assist the ind jMBBt who, is willing,, but -lacks -the me j«| knowledge/- to ?go «bout ws -o^a, i W 'Later on, presuming he has acquire! jHW skill 'with1 the tools,' I wiU.endEav I^S set forth the easiest and most ecoi |n anode of constructing numerous howap requisites. ' ' : ? ~^S^ In the first place,' I assume tharaJNgg men have . a small kit of tools. Prg^fc some are never used, and others do anBHiK work. Where there are children Hp tools will never be found; ttereforgSttr first advice is— Buy' -a good, stronjgrtKS, about 3 ft. by 2 ft. by 18 in. deep, aric fit the lid with binges and; hasp afc...

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THE MIRROR OF FASHION. Ease and Dignity in the Modes of the Moment—The New Figure. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

THE MIRROR OF FASHION. Ease and Dignity in the Modes of the Moment— Ihe New Figure. ' By 'Irene.' Surely everybody will be delighted to bear that the drastic changes foretold by Madame- la Mode are not going to be swept in upon us as rapidly as many de signers hoped for. To see women suddenly stepping out of extraordinarily curtailed attire into panier-topped draperies, and j wasp-waist bodices would mean nothing ! less than mutiny in the -modistic world. The eye gets used to fashions as they come and go, but to transform the silhouette in one bound is, to Bay the least of it, inartis tic. Abbr_ep&ted''pkitnBili6S8 .does not har monise witnpuffings that jut out in any given direction, and if women attain to perfect dressing .they must . not adopt, a sodden transformation. A new fashion does not limit itself to changing the cos tume; it profoundly changes the woman herself. To pass from one. to the other without a transition period is a sin against art and a treason against b...

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

ORNAMENTAL HAIR ' :.13&S£g&&D £«^^. W^gs, Fringes, Transformations, and Switches. Highest quality. Lowest Jr^^3s3( IPSk Plica*. Ladies' own Combings and Cuttiijgs made up to Any Design. MX S^^JP-gS JvtBSf TCr~ ? Seasonable, ' f ^^^^^^F Empire Hair Dye Highly Recommended. Sample Bottle, 1/. C? £s§3fai gf TT '1? TTU r* -¥¥ -' amtstic IT *^e53 AX. ? ! MX \J . 'V- H.j . EAIRWORKER. ^~^\ TT ROTHVEN MAJTSKMTS, PCLTEfflEY St., near EXHIBITION BUILDINGS. jA -«^ ladies and Gentlemen's Hairdressing Booms, the laig et and Host JET -^^S^Sy ? ? Replete in the City. i^~^U^ ''^ PRIVATE BOOMS FOB LADIES. ' ~~ 'Phone 3510. S? ^@jtf/y ~^\ . ? . ? _ . nslSce /I JwuZs ~ ? -FOB MANY TfABS THE NAME OF r STUMP & CO. Has been associated 'with theFTCEST PHOTOGRAPHIC WORK in the State. If yon -mat Beally Artistic Photography at Moderate Prices mate an appointment with tins Old-established bnt Up-to-date Finn. - STUMP & CO., .'/.:j ? -,^Z3?^TJHISEE STREET, ADELAIDE. nsl...

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

^B^^^^^mJKBu /y^Ks^Sr -Hfr^' off ^B ny» *»irf».-f--f«f«^y^fy ftfyir* ?»Bilfjh*^g*'a™*PM*-TraimrhtTO* menied' taUe- SH fl[ for--brijglKt^m-j»ejg-jj»glfe«. 41W* UMlflUfai -?/'t^^t^frf- ^ T-ffniiitwtlT**^ *T«-,^^-'* HI ^9 strtB'Wl'W'f ? tatrMf '. i» very amnrtfTmto ^rfciccjgata.^wpBTlf jiTftni. {[DfocCiee* flB ?I -Ufljjl jL-tf* Will '-QSM^nKBto ft.iapPMJMjr &? om Pten^468^ Central King William Street B ' OURv PICTURES STAND WITHOUT IS RIVAL jiri their fitness for BEAUTIFYING THE HOME, HAMLYN BEOSn PICTURE FRAMERS, &c, CURRIE STREET (opp. Saving* Bank).; CAWTHORNE'S 17 BUNDLE ST. For VIOLINS, MANDOLINS, BANJOS, 'CELLOS, CONCERT AND BOEHM FLUTES, AND PICCOLOS. HARMONIC STRINGS for STRINGED INSTRUMENTS onr Speciality. VIOLIN BOWS, CASES, and FIT TINGS of every description. NEW MUSIC received every weefcrfrom ^London-and-the Continent. iT-OUR. STOCK -OF MUSIC is tire, mart rraried* ui~fche Commonwealth, ^ad-includes &e BEST Edilaon»-oP~CIt&SSICA3-snd MODERN ...

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FATHER OF TWINS AT EIGHTY. Famous Eugenist Says Children Will Have High Attainments. Interesting Theory. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

FATHER OF TWINS AT EIGHTY. Famous Eugenist Says Chil dren WHl Have High At tainments. Interesting: Theory. Are ? children of an elderly father en ?dowefl with higher mental and physical attainments than those of a young man? This interesting question has been raised by- Dr. D. A. Gorton* of Brooklyn, a famous authority on eugenics, who con tends that paternal relations when the father is aged are. most beneficial to the children. The doctor, who is 80 years old, has just become' the father of twins, 'ft : - .'? ^STttOyjaSayXt-ffTif-fiffcaX jpnonr?n&'-ieciaies Ee£5n£ends'to'-experimen&r£or' the. purpose , o£ proving' bis theories; De. Gorton married nisrsecretsry, who ib 40 years -old, last Jteaij, after, an agreement between^ them,- he Snnounces, to give a -saeafa&a demonstration^of -his theories in'-eugenics. He-«xpects that the twine, .who -are quite heaftby^en&Veighed 6i lb. each* at birth, will give evidence of high mental end physical endowments,...

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DIVIDENDS AND CALLS. DIVIDENDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

DiyiiDE^rMTAisrD cajlls. DIVI&ENDS. June. 1— Oroya Links (2nd) .. .. ....... 0 0 8 l_Henry Jones.. .-. ? ? .. 7} per cent. 1— Silvtrton Tram ? 0 2-0 3— Adelaide Electric- (ord.), interim 5 per cent. 3— Melbourne Electric-.-. ? 5 per cent. 3— British (l7th)_,. '.. .'„ .. _?.. .. « 3 0 0— Bag&t, Shafes, & Lewis .. .. ... 7 per cent. 7 — ^Sydney Ice (paid) .. „ .. .., .... 0 1 0 7— Sydney Ice (con.) .. .. ....... ^ 0 0 '4} 7— Black Range .;.... _ .... .. 0 0 9 10— Golden Sidge ? 0 10 U— Kookynie Bullfinch .......... 2 8 3 14— Tonkah Compound .. ......,._ 0 10. 15— Mount Lyell .. .. „ .. ,...». «, 0 1 '3 17— Castle Salt, interim ? „ ». _ 0 1 0 20— Cope's Creek Central „ .. — .. .. 0 1 0 21— Sons of. Gwalia ....;. .......... 0 10 24— Great Bonlder (76th) ..„...._ O 0 9 25— North Broken HU1 ? .. 0 5 0 ^6— Block 10 ? - .. „ _ .. 0 1 0 36— S.A. Gas ? ?...'.. 0 6 0 26— Wallaroo Copper (40th) ....... 0 2 0 27— Goldfibrough, Mort (div. and bonus), . 28— Sons of Gwalia S...

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WESTRALIAN MINING. PERTH, June 29. BULLFINCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

WESTRALIAN JWINING. PERTH, June 29. BULLFINCH. The directors of -the Bullfinch 'mine re port that since the end of last year the progress of development has been on a slower scale, due to the concentration of labour upon plant erection. All the plant at present necessary for development has been erected, and the mill is expected to be completed in September. It is -so de signed as to , permit of rapN. extension should developments justify it;. Hie ba lance sheet at December 31 last shows cash, £30,828; sundry debtors. £259; sun dry creditors, £4,051. Good development is officially expected in the property dur ing the coming veekl ' OROYA LINKS. The, report of the Oroya Links Company for 1911 shows a. credit balance of £7,312, whidij 'with- the amount brought forward — £439— makes ^£7,732; to be carried for wardl ''. laepad assets- :pt *he disposal of the' company #£ the ' ' -end . bl ,tne year amonnj^ io .over £^,-K». .? Jtonxe the year 100,016 tqnsof ore were crashed and treated: f...

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LONDON FLUCTCATIONS. June 24 to June 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

LONDON* FLUCTCATIOXS. - June 24 to June 28. Souths, £S V/6, ,£S 12/6, -£8 11/3. Hills, 55/6, 66/9, 58/3, 5S/. British, 68/6, 56/, 59/, 6C/. 61/3, 59/6. North, £6 10/, £6 1S/1J, £6 18/9, £7 1/3 (ex div £6 IS/). Tens, 48/9, 60/, 51/3 Cex div. 60/). Zinc Corporation (ord.). 11/li, U/6, 11/3. Zinc Corporation (pref.), 38/3, 38/6. . JJvmgana, 1/8 Hampden, .42/6, 42/9, 43/6. ! Elliott, £5 15/, £5 16/MJ. Morgans, 63/9, 64/41, 63/9. FTtzrov, 4/. LveUsI 31/S, 31/6 (er div., 30/3). Cobar. 83/li, 92/6, 90/. .Briseis, 8/*!, 8/6. ChOlagoe, 6/. Ivanhoe, 80/, 81/3. GwaUa, 23/, 21/3 -er div., 20/3). Gwalia Consolidated, 6d CreftBouldere, 10/6, 10/41 (ex div., 9/10J). Horse Shoes, 52/6, , Associated, 6/Mi. Northern, 5/j$. Perseverance, 3/. Fingalls, 12/. .METALS. Silver.'a/* U-16, 2/4 9-16, 2/4 7-16, 'I'M Copper, £77 5/, £77 2/6, £7S 5/, £.-? 10/. TtaT^Oe 10/, £207 10/, £206. \ Spelter, £25 12/6. - ? ' I TiSd. £17 VIS. *18, £18 2/6. I The Lpndoa market continued on the easier ride daring the early p...

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INTERESTING PEOPLE VETERAN MANUFACTURER. Mr. A. M. Simpson. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

S\\Wr^r^afeiswfnrCJ VETERAN MANU FACTURER. Mr. A. M. Simpson. 'I am afraid my business is my princi pal recreation,' admitted Mr. A. M. Simp son, in an interview the other day — a remarkable admission, considering that be is within less than a year of what is supposed to be the allotted span. Seventy years, however, is very short allowance for a man of Mr. Simpson's vital calibre, and while one could well understand bis indulging in nest and recreation, if he so desired, it is not surprising to find him still taking an ^active part in the business ?with which he has been connected for over 55 years. Mr. Simpson is one of the best-known and keenest business men in the aty. He is- a plsinspoken, straigbt from-the-shoulder type of Britisher, who fiphts hard when it is necessary, but al ways fights fair. He is widely respected, and nowhere more so than in his own shops, which shelter a staff of men, many of whom have spent most of their lives in his service. BORST IN ENGLAND. Though Alf...

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The Mail. ADELAIDE: MIDNIGHT, SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1912. PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

The M*il. ADELMDE: MIDNIGHT, SATURDAY, JCNE 29,, 1012. PROSPECTS.; A3€bosg$L -ne swallow- dfees not make a summer, neSfeer one good general rain assure at lai&e harvest, ^e mighty mon soonal «&vng»oiir this wcjek is not too late to start- the crops growing lustily, lhe welcome: immexssnu of. the greater part ot the-cefflrtiBent in: sos&e- hundreds of tons of water to tbe acre triH inspire the agri culturist and pastempst with hope and cosragp} and: give a. needed impetos to trade. TSm znxaL rednstry, -whicfa is and most be for some? gPTwrafiong oar main stay, is adSaonaDj fortified every year, tesdinjr to; vn\&r tbe Cojasronwealth as s, whoier not oniff incnaoxn^T seHcon -tsin«L, bat proof against disastrons failure Ihimiftlt npHspnft1 'vagaries. Under modern ifarming gtmfKiJn*^ -where the land is in luart. 6 in, ok' mm rfehtir distributed t&ioogh the r^nnrang season, will secure . k payable -9-*p. In new districts, like : fSEnaroo and the ves...

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