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WATCHING WATCHMEN [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

WATCHING WATCHMEN 'Did you see,' remarked 'The Mail' man to Superintendent Rickwood, of the local Fire Brigade, 'the protest entered by the Watchmen's Union of Melbourne against thu remarks of Mr. H. B. Lee (chief officer of the Melbourne Fire Bri gade) in regard to the necessity for watch ing watchmen?' 'Ko; I did not notice. them, but the matter came up at the recent conference.'' 'Mr. Lee has a scheme of his on hand.' 'His idea is that watcluncn should be requested to touch a bell every 15 min utes connected with the fire brigade. If this is not done the brigade is automa tically called out.' 'It has been in operation?' ' 'Yes; on six occasions the brigade turn ed out, and found the men asleep.' 'But is it not a rather sultry proposi tion to expect a fire brigade to turn out and watch watchmen?' ''Well, anything that will assist in the detection of fires is to be commended.' 'How will this assist?' 'I do not quite know.' 'You do not propose to introduce it here?' 'Certainly not. ...

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

Cattos Whisky |m$Wftfe in AfleUade glarTi^r Years aittuiins. 1 AND 2 NETTEE BUILDINGS (Upstairs only). Comer of Bmdley and Gresham Sts. Entrance, GreAam street. Telephone 137. nsl25o 'TheMaffl' Order Form. Published every Saturday Night .. Price 2d. H^Mi*a*er Mafl Newspapers 1*4, ? . Gilbert Flux, MeWfle. .'..'' - «ea»e send 'Hie Mail' to the address ^ven bdow Suhscription, DeBvered in any part of the CSty or Suburbs-late «n - Saturday night, 4/ par half-year. - ,'..'.'» ? : -?. Post free, 5/ per half -jeat; : _ * !Name. . ............... ???.???MI!jU^.JUlw,.-IDtu.--.*-JM»»«*w, Address. ???????? ???.?MtuUBi-j-Mwu-M»wi»w»*»4 if maired f or a Qarter or a Year alter the Frr iTTTiJilfTi i

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THE TRIANGULAR MATCHES. AUSTRALIA V. ESSEX. MACARTNEY AGAIN. LONDON, June 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

I = THE TRIANGULAR MATCHES. AUSTRALIA V. ESSEX. f^|||pARTNEY AGAIN. ? LONDON, June 28. -?^Ehe match between Australia and Es Sig -was continued to-day at Iieyton on a rBfcfSrijfket- which, early in the day- had ; -»pJjg|te recovered from the effects of f»iaf|& the morning- There were 4,000 ' JSaMK, with 311 up for 2 wickets, re Fuaftet' Jatting with Douglas 96 and FaneJ Uir-.-^-- ? j B^ditt and McLaren were the bowlers. Dottglks reached 100 in 285 minutes. McLaren was bowling erratically, and Fane treated him severely, hitting to leg and cutting in fine style. At 345 Macart fcey relieved him- Emery had to go off Buffering from a strained leg. Matthews took his place. ' Fane after passing 90 was over-anxious for the century. He tried to steal a run, but Ilazlitt, at short leg, returned sharply. Fane was in 155 minutes for 98, and hit a five and 14 fours. His cutting was marked by stylishness all through, and his off-driving was good. {Three for 377. Gillingham was next; but H...

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

4. C. HADDY * SOMg TJNTIERTAKEBS AND EHBAIATEHg. JJ5 FUHDBSS BISEEi; ABiELinjE. ? Thane 1817; . ;. ?;?; ' ? ' . BT. VrNOEST STBEET. FORT ADELAII^'. JKTi'Jf BOAO, GTjESis&GL - 'Phone ?»? ? :^?t--. '. - .?? '. ? -j. JUNCnDH BOAD, SOSEW&TEB. ' A : . ; ? ,?? -..,?. .-. - . .;-:? -.jflgBi--* - / FRANK X SIEBERT, 1 47 WAKEFIELD r STREET, i -grirate Rwtidence, Xo. f9). smoauos 5jat§paj. odt -w sbobtjsi] , NOHOT IJHDEI^PHBSOHAL SUPERWSHHJ.. ' '.'?: '-*-/ V' _ », . 'afoosn jfa. its. ?..?.«M»a8l ;, : . '? ipK^-- :r¥.-''£g:.^--^?*-^-. . .-.-???-?.- f§|||j||a-- Cental. . ' ? jflMc felBRADI^Y & SON, . f%j£|$«FiniER4L DIKBOTOES, - '

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THE STAGE. Current Offerings - Coming Attractions - Motion Picture News - Personalities - Vaudeville and Dramatic Notes. NEW OFFERINGS AT THE THEATRES. THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

Gupp^nt Offerings - Coming' Attractions - Mottoii^ftfe^uppfe i News - Pfcreon^ NEW OFFERINGS AT THE THEATRES, THEATRE ROYAL. ''Everywoman/' the charming allegorical play tbat has been pleasing many play goers at the Theatre Royal during the past week, will be presented for the last time on Monday. On Tuesday ?'Passers- Br' will be produced. ?'Passers-By,' Haddon Chambers's comedy-drama, has a story in which pathos, comedy, and charm are added to a cleverly vrrirten dialogue. Peter Waverton iinds his manservant en tertaining a cabman in his master's apart ments, and, having relented after dismis sing him, allows aim to remain, and in vites a number of other passers-by into his apartments. These include a tramp and a young woman, who turns out to be the former governess in the house of Waverton's aunt, where he and she, in the flash of youth and love, had been everything to each other, but had parted by the devices cf XVaverton's aunt. Mar garet tells of their child, who is also named...

Publication Title: Mail, The
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MELBOURNE PRESSMAN. Takes Australian Dramatic Work. To London. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

?5ELBGURNE PRESSMAN. . Takes Australian Dramatic Work. To London. 1&. William Moore, a Melbourne presE man, who ;. is' endeavouring, to promofe the interests of Australian dramatic art, left Adelaide by the steamer Ballarat :on Wednesday for London. He carried in his Docket the M.S. of seven or eijrht one-act Australian 'dramas, and he . hopes to be able to place them during his short stay in England as. curtain raisers in the provinces, preliminary to getting them .ac cepted by.' leading ? Ix-ndon ? managers. To go direct to the big London theatres was obviously impossible! as the London tQaoagers do. not -care -to-t^ke on' asyi^iBc that has. not a hallroark of provinciv approval. . ' ' ' . . ' ; ilr.-Moore and a band of disciples, in cluding many -well-known Australian ar tists and writers, are endeavouring to . find a. niche 'for the Australian . drama. In Melbourne he has organised an annual drama night. . In the ' prologue it is re marked:— ''A play is no play until it ...

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EGO PRODUCTION ON THE SUBURBAN HALF-ACRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

EGG PRODUCTION ON THE SUBUR BAN HALF-ACRE. The 'suburban half -acre possesses advant ages that the farm lacks, one jOf tUese be-' ing .the lime to ' carry on the -work. A»qr person who is in a situation and wishes to employ his spare tone can do so profit ably and with great pleasure in breeding and caring for poultry. He would : find that. it. would work -bath ways -by giyiug him. mental and physical recreation and add materially to his income.it cairial«ut in a business-like manner— ~ : t : ? _? ' When one has decided to breed for egg production it is, -of course, a great ad vantage. ' to start with egg- bred founda tion stock, and your choice of breeds -is limited to white or brown LeghornsiJ.iPl you need for the- start is -a- cockerel and four hens. The hens to use. in building up an egg- producing strain ate those with good- vitality and appetites, io. a*' tp^en able them to produce, a number, of 'well- formed, eggs of normal : size,-. 'ana- at -the same -time keep the bodv ;in...

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

A GUAHA2JTSEEa-V HA1HGROWEK BEAD WIQIMYTA COMPANY'S .;? . ;'...'. GDARANI^IE:.- . ' ? ?-'',' . '- : - October 16, 1907,' -. -- .; . ?-?'.. . ??-'/ 1-» Rtt'ftrest, Sydney..: To: t^e AGENTS of WIOLETTA, LTD. Dear. -Sir?— In ' reference to- -the guaran tee offer by tbe' WIOLETTA TOILET CMJH-A^!X-S ? preparation, Wioletta Hair Food, and Tonic, -now-' appealing 'in ' the papers -ttffougfebot -A.iistralasia, tbs1 reason we in^te this' guariantee, is 'on account -ol so -mapy3 .Gecitipe . Testimoiiials sent .us, completing/ cures, ? ? from ; ' one bottle ? . . up wardfi. ' - We make 12 Taottlep the limit, as we.: feejl' certain if 12 bpttleg -won't effect a «^re up further amount wiU, and wo aUo feel confident that' if Wiolfetta, won't effect -.a ' cnte-pbiihjtag iri tte' n^ide - world will.- /We'firinJy.-b-Jieye no .oilier -Sail' toiuc in the-Vvprld ha? -ever offered, this guarantee, 'and' the following i§ alL We, re quire:— In- casK. of Baldness we must have ^e a^sHT^ice j-£ a .rnedical, ...

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PLAYS AND PLAYERS' [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

PLftIS AND PLATERS1 . In .accordance ^with their usual custom of 'rapid' changas'^of programme the man agenieijt.ofst6e.:King* Theatre willintrc dnce . several -iftew: -artists at their King William streeWi&eatre on Monday night, j These '-will ^indtj(Se,^nf addition to Victpria | Gross,' the celebrated Scotch comedienne I and \J.._ M^. W£st» a noted juggler, such poiJnlar artists as ithe I^ewis Trio. Lew Boyde, Frank- Morton, Maud Stewart, and | Jones .and Jamison, r- ? ? . -? - . . I The -Baiiey,- Puggan-'nand Grant ' manage1 merit are- -experiencinjr ..phenomenal siici ; cess -with '.the'-Austrafian .come'dy drama i 'On -Our'. Selection.' '? an a'daDtation ' of ! Steele Budd's- ' *eH-knowtj booli;. Since i the 'opening night in Sydney several week's1 ago; -the, maangement \yasn. had' to refuse ! mo(iey at each ( nerforhjaiice. Since Jea\- i ingi Sydney on Mai= IT- the.cpmpany have j played two weeks -.in Kovrcastje. .also the j ottyer overland ? to'n'nB between tbe. latte...

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

'PASSERS BY.' THE ILANS FOE THE P0CB E\7EN1S1G PERFORMANCES AND WEDNESDAY MATINEE WILL BE QPENED AT MARSHAT.TJ5' THIS HORNING AT 10. ' Theatre Royal. Lessees .. .. ........ Pollock- &. -Myers. 'WEEGHOII .. .. J.'.C.-WiDLIAHSdy..LTD'.- LAst Night (Monday) of ,- r, _**EyERYyirpMAN.' - 'T^esday~Eye~ning~-Kext,^ .- -: ? ' . FositiTely Four- Nights 'Only, ? , ? - ? CMatinee. Wednesdar, at 2J . MR. J. C. WILLIAMSON ; has ' pleasure in announcing the Fiist 'Production in 'Adelaide 'of 'one 'of the Greatest of Upndoa's Successes last year, viz., Haddon .Chambers' Delightful -Comedy-Drama. ? . ? . 'PASSERS BY.' '.'lfe'BriUr«it-Work,-.:-br--Austi!ilia- .Forenwst .Diamstist, makes a large and lagHng- appeal by TOTD DfTEEEST. REAL LIFE POETRAETUEE, SFLZSDrD COMEDY. AND ABSORBING FL0T. MISS HILDA SPONG as MARGARET SDMHERS: THE PLAKS FOR 'PASSERS BY' WILL' BE OFBSED-AI KAB5aALL5' THB-MOENING. ^gftt Side of London.' WtotaU1 Adelaide has been waiting for THEATRE ROYAL. Direction; '..'??'.. ...

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A WOMAN'S BETTER FROM LONDON. LONDON, May 31, 1912. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

A WOMAN'S BETTER j from uomxm; _ LONDON, May.3L 1912 Dear Aiistralia— A Maori-gentleman, Mr. Paora-Chamberlin, son of, Paori Hira, of Mangapeehi, Kew Zealand, was presented to the Sing by the Earl «£ Beofield at a recent levee, and an extremely, handsome figure he looked in his. .court dress, .al though full Maori regalia, would have been rather more prfitang.' r He belongs tf- a family of ?f^oVs t*Tefi, and is thir taeth in direet'des^nt 3Eroin jtlle 'great Toi Kai-rakau, Who' w^is' a-- ^viery * celebrated person indeed in theV -ftttfc ind HtdtanE ages. In short, hid siRiestofB ?ome pv.er with .the Maori Wiliiam the Conqaeror, who captured New Zealand about «50 AJ)T Ada; Crossley had^-a .pleasant iuipriBe' after ,the ^j^t',TJiia?&: concert .m athe; Albert HallrJast weekly The five hundred members of the ercheetra'roBe as one man and presented' her with a young, garden, as a email appreciation of hef singing,' It was a basket ot the Jnost exqniste roses, measuring 5 ft. by^ ...

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

'Bunty . Pulls the . Strings' ? registered its ' f bririundiedth - performance .-. ; at- - 'the London fiaymarket' Theatre ~on ' Thur* day, May 30.' -.'',?; \ '-?'?'?'.. \-. ? Spissel .' Brothers 'And . Mack,* recently at 'Rictards's Tiroji, -are touring South Africa!- McLennan and Carson, who wafe also in Adelaide;, have 'recently returned to. England from a successful tour of the Continent. .-.'.''..-. .- ' . . '.'??,' ?? -Band performances -on* the.stage,are niw the thing in 'English -I'audeyille. -~ On* formed -entirely- of women, known as the ?'Orchestra terrjinaj'. recently appeared 'at the London 'Hippodroftie. ' ?'?? ' *' ' ? Sir Herbert 'Tree 'has- ceased to Jt-e pre sident of Che. i-nglish Theatrical Mana^rs' Association; r ; bis avowed .Eymr-ath-' - with the 4a\JS}c .hallslin thWinew -enioynieht' »I liberty. to play sketches is. stid'.td-'be the -cause- of 'his resignation..': .'. ;. .. ' . ? j Bert Gilbert., the ^^ weU-feiipwii '«»medtonf who 'became 'so 'popiilar'ip AnS...

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NEW ATTRACTIONS FOR ADELAIDE. Duncan Neven and Marlow Dramas. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

Duncan Neven and Marlow Dramas. ? \ Mr. . Duncan. Keren. wi.o- has '.been .act- ing as maBafer of the Sydney Adeltiha Theeire, arrived 'in Adelaide on Frid^r to make the necessary arrangements fjw the big Marlow season of .melodrama- at the Taeatre Koyaj.- in the ? course «f ;?'*. chat with a representative of The, M^il. N^wspaprs Mr. Neren- -6aid:^-'-1 haVe juist -arrived to complete the -arrangf fli imtt ? of' the. Marlow season, which is- to. -^un«. mence next Saturday night at the Theatr* Royal. We are bringing three ab^ojnt* new. proved London and Sydney end Melbonme successes, . and unlike; -- spnx« touring companies, we. .are also bringiiig ' oar complete Sydney and Melbourne ,eom prnies and productions.:The letter wi!l:^e; ajjsplut^ly new iin. every, detail- TfifS;iB i|i the, furtberance:of the policy ,of George Mar low, Limited, to give Australian plavgoera. the best productions in' tbe 'way~t)f 'melo- drama. *&t. George ? Willongitby, - who r'.i* now 'managing! iii...

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

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

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VEGETABLES ALL THE YEAR ROUND. THE CARROT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

VE GEMBLE S ALL THE YEAR ROUND, By 'Elschar.' (Written Exclusively-1 for 'The MaiL'- THE CARROT. I believe I have, said somewhere else that one does not really know the proper flavour of a vegetable .till one has grown it oneself, and if there is one vegetable that this remark applies to more than another it is the -fiarrot.- It does not pay the market gardener to pull. his crop before it is full grown, but carrots are at their best when only half-grown, hence my contention. . ? TIME OF SOWING, They may 'be sown any time during the 12 months, and most people are in the habit of patting .them, in .during the autumn -and 'winter.' That is' all right, but unfortunately if you are 'greatly troubled with either slugs- or snails, you 'very often have to replant the same bed, owing to the depredations of these pests, several times. As they axe especially fond of carrots, and unless very great care is taken to prevent it, they will dear the bed just as the aeedUnn appear above ground over a...

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RAILWAY HERO. Signalman's Fine Work When Shot in the Eye. Devotion to Duty. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

RAILWAY HERO. Sigiiajman's Fine Work When Shot in the Eye. Devotion to Duty. Heroic devotion, to his duty jnarked the' conduct of a railway signalman . named William Morrell, of 67 Sinderlaad road, Dunham Massey, who; after being, acci dentsllv shot in the' eye. while' in 'his box,' -successfully performed his arduous duties until relief came, which did -. not occur for neariy ain hour. ? -It-is- distressing- to learn that this :hero of every-day life is likely to lose the sight of - his ' left eye' as a result of the accident. The box in which Morrell works is 'on the Manchester South- Junction* and ~A1 trincham line, and -stands near the Lan cashire County Cricket Ground 'at Old Trafford, where the Manchester aind County Gun Club were holding a pigeon match. In a field near by a number of men with guns had stationed them selves to enact the role of 'by-flhooters,' that is to say, to shoot at the birds that might escape the shooters taking part in the match. - SHOOTING AT A PIGEON....

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FOOTBALL. STURT AND WEST TORRENS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

FOOTBALL. STURT AND WEST TORRENS. (By C. L. J.) Although West Torrens are second on the list and Sturt at present hold the wooden spoon, there were many people who thought the double blues would defeat their doughty opponents. ©tun are ai ?wavB capable of putting up a good light, and they had the additional advantage of meeting Torrens on the Unley Oval with the ehairipion ruckman, Geddes, still an absentee ? -fi»m -.-the blue-and-gold ranks. The day was a 'perfect one for football, with little or no wind, and just ? that amount of nip in the air. which footbal lers like. The ground, too, was beauti fully springy, and in perfect condition for the winter game.' The teams were as follows: — Start— McGlaughlin, McDougall, Hew «tt, Kirchner, Walsh, Curnow, Jaekett, H. Miller, Sharp, W. Miller, Eenfrey, Edwaxids, Golding, Smith, Ryan, Dunne, Heinrichs* and Bannigan. . West Torrens— T. McKenae, G. Mcln cris, A. Renfrey, S. Potter, J. Dunn, C. Adcock (captain), A. Fooks, W. Hutton, ?J. Hog...

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SONG CYCLE. "The Way of Youth." [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

' SONG CYCtE. 'The Way ot Yonfli^ .-'.,'?. ; ^ Music by Mre. F. S. Walker, : ' Words by HUafflr ? Gertrude Walker. (Given at the Ljnc Club on ? Friday evening.) ' . ' '''['?? ........ . .. . . ..^ ; . ^. ,. The birds were mating itt the trees, r . - , The Eunshine kissed the bine above, -. - - The blossom whiq-ered to the breeze, . Of Love, Lore, Love. . . . ?'.'-'* f ' - .. - ? *Ext breereAsf off. across tie iear? ?--«- *-, :.; '? And sang a»e blossom's secret there, '}' ' ]&nd She came wanderiB^ and ^ht- ' * ** ? Was fair. ? . . : - - *:'.??';[? .;;;;'..-'; Xh6 Iiappy brecxe bebeld Uni gTBet h— j - - Bushed its new-found Eong to ^ng- ?? ? 'T Jmd, ohl a song gas-iwvier-i.mtelerl . ' - ' ?Twas Spring, BprinE, Spring! '? ? ;? ? - ? 2. ?'?:'..:' ?''? ... '? 'Moan,' cried the £tsms, 'Mobn-mpUicr, ? . Two bouts down there, ', '? ° 'Are eighing,' sighing for 'etch other, . .. Young hearts, and lair, T . . ' '. ? (When -de sbmHA have been -tot sleenlng -- ;. We watched from the eH...

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PORT ADELAIDE AND NORWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

PORT ADELAIDE AND NORWOOD. These teams met for the second, time this season at the Alberton Oval this 'afternoon under conditions almost perfect {or football. Up to the time of starting felly 7,500 people had congregated, and although odds were .pretty much in favour ot the 'local 'men, supporters of the.- red- legs were hopeful that their team would put up a better^ showing -than they did in i their last engagement against West Ade laide. During the -week Norwood were sanguine of having Robinson in their ranks, but he did not make the trip from Murray Bridge, and Bahr was also absent, McGavisk acting as the eastern skipper. Hpsking was elected captain of the Ports by the players in consequence of Cocks' departure, and the personnel of the op posing eighteens as they took the field was: — Port Adelaide-^J. S. Dickson, F. Han sen, P. O'Grady, H. Eaton, H. W. Oliver, J. Ashley, H. G. MeEwen, S. Hosking, S. C. Bettison, J. Londrigan, H. Rose, Du thie, J. W. Robertson, H. Pope, Knapman,...

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