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WEST ADELAIDE V. SOUTH ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

WEST ADELAIDE V. SOUTH ADELAIDE. Ttiig eagerly looked-fofward-to contest drew a fair crowd to the Adelaide Oval. The ground was in splendid condition, j and the form of the teams gave every : prospect of a good struggle. The chips were in effect catting each other's ithroats ! to get in -the four, as each had two wins to its credit. ' ? West's small lead in the first quarter practically won them the game. The opening racks were: — booth — Hanley, Jones, and Wallace; West -Moore, Slattery^Dowling. A fine mark by Oliver raised West's first goal inside a few seconds. The game oscillated with too much handball around the centre and in South's defence. Jones (following) battled like a Trojan, jjuid with1 Mredrea up to form, not to mention Colejfg bril liant defence in goal, West found it hard to penetrate. Moore, just before receiv ing a nasty kick on the ankle, sent the ball well forward, where Alec Conlin scored Wests' second major. The big man was down for nearly ten minutes. Sooth ma...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SOCIAL NOTES. GUESTS AT THE GRAND CENTRAL HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

SOCIAL1 NOTES. GUESTS AT THE GBAND CENTRAL HOTEL. The following are the guests at the Grand Central Hotel:— Mr. Dashwood, Mr. McCarlbed, Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs, Mr. Wefcder, Mr. Pickles, Mrs. Bagot, Mr. and Mrs. Norton, Dr. and Mrs. Chapman and party, Mr. and Mrs. Alexander and parjy, Mr. Bobertson, Mr. Clarke, Mr. Allen, Mr. Cook^ Bt. and Mrs. Chris. Bollen land party, Mr. Wybrow, Mr. McDonald, Mrs. PeterBwald, Miss Emery, Mr: Harold''£s£ ton; Mr. T. Bayley, Mr. S- Bayley, Mr. O'Neil, Miss Bisgood, Mr. Bowler, Jtrs. and Miss Brock, Mr^ Probyn, Mr.Bock, Mr. Dennson, Mr _ and Mrs. Mayers, Miss Myers, Mr. Failettaz, Mr. Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. North, nurse, 'and family, 'Mr. Jacob; Mr. Eraser, Miss Spong, MrKand Mrs.- Des- mond, Mr. and Mrs. Waterbouse, Mr. L. Waterhouse, Mr. G. Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. Archibald, Miae Archibald, and Miss Backhouse. . 'A ball organised by the committee of the South Australian Commercial Travel lers and Warehousemen's Association, will be held in the Unley Tow...

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ADVANCING IN THE PROFESSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

ADVANCING IN THE PROFESSION. Mr. Stanley H. Skipper, LL.B, who is Secretary of the Commonwealth Club in Adelaide, is one of the coming men at the Bar— if, indeed, he has not already come. Among the junior barristers he holds a foremost place. It is largely ow- ing to his efforts and his enthusiasm that the Commonwealth Club has made such progress and become a decidedly fixed in- stitution established in the public favour. Anything Mr. Skipper touches generally spells success. Miss Horniman, fairy godmother of the Repertory Theatre in England, has been telling her adventures among the crowds of would-be playwrights who send their masterpieces for her consideration. One modest gentleman wrote a historical play aboat Monmouth's rebellion. It was in nine acts, had 23 leading parts, to say nothing of crowds of citizens and two entire Armies. And he was quite as- tounded because she could not see her way clear to put it on!' MONSIGNOR. BYRNE. An interesting personality is the Right Rev. M...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMONWEALTH GAZETTE. MELBOURNE, June 29. POSTAL DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

COMMONWEALTH GAZETTE. MELBOURNE, June 29. POSTAL DEPART 3JENT. Successful .South Australian candidates in the' examination held on May '25 for appointment as cadet mechanics in the general division 'of the Postal Department are:— W. O. DaWes, H. E. Humphries, .EL G. Cos, Xorman Gilbert, fc-. _E. Brpken sha, A. C C. Lock, A. C. Cooper, P. D. O'Reilly, O. Astanan,:R. A. Nicolle. ' Successful candidates in ' the' examina tion on June 1 for appointment 'as' tcle Kraph messengers were:— A. . E. JStodart; L..R. ifnlier, ¥. L. Crane, F..S. -White,. E. A. McLean, A. C. Read, F: L. War irn, AY. A. Ritchie, P. J. Dimlena, H. G. ROey, E. J.'Gibant, H. E. Hickman, EL N. A\Tlson, K: C. Hntton, E. P. Powison, R. T. Giles, C. R. Canty, L. C. Hardy, H..S. Brenton, J. A. Millard, J. W. Les li^,F. S. -Wise, -E.. Green, E. Rich, E. B. Watson, R. A. Pyne, L. C. PanlL MILITARY. . , , Senior Cad^^^^p-Gaaete -A^ J. T?.   aM-A.; G-. -Stranpd'td ,be second lieu tenants. .,..'.'' .- . . ^ ' Resi...

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Upstairs and Downstairs. HINTS ON HOUSEHOLD MANAGEMENT. MOST KITCHEN TABLES ABE TOO LOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

Upstairs and Downstairs. By 'Madge.' HINTS ON HOUSEHOLD MANAGEMENT. MOST KITCHEN TABLES ABE TOO LOW, and women get tired stooping over them when working. An improvement on a lew table may be accomplished by putting at the back and on the sides of the sur face some boards six inches high; then joining a new cover to these supports. If finally a hinged drop board is so hung as to cover the opening in' front . the house keeper will have a dustproof compartment for pastry board and rolling pin. TO KEF.P STEEL KNIVES CLEAN cur a piece of carpet about two feet square and make a bag with the pile side in. Put in the same some emery ' pow der or powdered bathbrick. After wash ing the knives rub them in this bag, and they will come out clean and polished %vithout soiling your hands. The, bag may bt: made to bans up in a convenient place. A SHOE SHELF IN CUPBOAEDS. will be found an inexpensive and helpful device, either when planning a new home j or improving the old. A board ten I inches wid...

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WEDDINGS. MR. OTTO W. PUTTMANN TO MISS MABEL E. MARSH. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

WEDDINGS. MR. OTTO W. PUTTMANN TO MISS MABEL E. MARSH. A quiet wedding took place at St. Luke's   Church, Whitmore square, on Tuesday, June 25, between Mr. Otto W. Puttmann, of Adelaide, son of the late Herr Putt- mann, and Mabel E, only daughter of the Rev. W.G. Marsh, Glen Osmond,   who, for many years was rector of St. Luke's parish. The father of the bride,   assisted by the Rev. Mr. Knox, officiated. The bride, who was given away by her brother (Mr. Horace Marsh) wore a love ly gown of ivory charmeuse, with a tunic of ninon caught with chiffon roses. The collarless corsage was arranged with a fichu edged with knife-pleated frills. Her exquisite veil of Brussels lace was ar ranged with a coronet of orange blossoms, almost veiling the whole of the gown. A posy bouquet of hyacinths jand carnations, tied with satin ribbon, was carried. Miss Kathleen Ayers (the only bridesmaid) wore a pretty frock of turquoise blue satin, veiled with ninon. Her...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRITISH ASSOCIATION. HINDMAKSH II V. SOUTH II. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

BRITISH ASSOCIATION. HINDMARSH IL V. SOUTH H. This second league match took place at Bowden. Hindmarsh won by 2 goals to 1. A. Christison and Goodey scored for the winners and McKinley for Souths. Mr. W. Knight was referee. NORTH ADELAIDE V. ADELAIDE. Played on North s jground- tins after noon. North won the toss and Adelaide kicked off against the ;wind. The play in the first half was level and no scoring resulted. In the second half Adelaide could not beat the home goalkeeper, who was saving his side time and again. Just before the finish Fowler scored' the win Emg goal for Adelaide. ? STURT Y. SOUTH. Souths won the toss and kicked with the wind. -'? Sturt started with some of their old form. A nice shot from Grun dell scored -the green's first goal. Mar shall also scored from- a penalty, and Newell drove the third .'one 'through. South played football much superior to their opponents, bat lacked the forwards. Barret scored their only goal from a penalty. Final scores:— Start, 3 g...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

FUNERAL NOTICES.     McGOVERN.— The FRIENDS of the late Mrs.       MARY McGOVERN are respectfully informed     that her FUNERAL will Leave the Residence of       Mr. Trahey, High-street. Unley Park,on SUN-   DAY, at 3 p.m., for the Catholic Cemetery, West   terrace.                       J. B. SIEBERT & SON. Undertakers, Gouger street, Phones 682 and 289.    

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DEATH OF GEORGE BONNOR. A Gigantic Hitter. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

DEATH OF GEORGE BONNOR. A Gigantic Hitter.     (By "POINT.")   The older generation of Australian cricketers will have a tear in the eye when they hear of the death of George Bonnor. In his day, and that was nearly 30 years ago, he was the mightiest of hitters, but he was different from Lyons, inasmuch as his great strength lay in his big hitting in front of the wicket.     He was of gigantic stature, and measured 6 ft. 6½in. in his socks, but with all his size he was really one of the gentlest of creatures. He was once caught silly mid- on, because his old comrade, Jack Black- ham, knew his weakness, placed Jack Worrall there, and dared Bonnor to hit. The giant, with the heart of a child, fell right into the trap. He was frightened that he might kill Worrall. Often, un- fortunately for his side, Bonnor tried to play pretty "cricket," in which he was not so successful as he was as a hitter. Many good stories have been ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AERIAL RACE. Australia v. America. Hart Wins. American in a Squall. SYDNEY, June 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 29 June 1912

AERIAL RACE. Australia v. America. Hart Win& American in a Squall. The . long-talkedsdE' '? iair 3ace . between. Wilie Hart XAHstoralia} -aM 'Wizard^ Sitone . ( America^, iopt 'place 'to^aay;. . Few people' were' fcwire thai the-raee was. com ing off, ajjd ae-a.coneeqnence^only a thou sand- spectators ^view^tf jiE^^S^b'frpm ,^e Surrey grouB^'j^otoyj^tiie^ destination beine Parramatta Park. '?£ . ??'. ? :? . '?? -^ 'I ^6ri?t ii&%\&ie TDay; and I 6Wt know t where Par**matta- Ewck: is,'v ea|d 1 Stone Eh'ortly l»3ore lie sSarted;' 'i»ut iPm going.' . ._?.?'? .^i,... r . . Hart was out of sight .'when the 'Ainen- _can flier took^ tfae &ip- 5n His jnotioplaxie. He struck a :lin.e. aknost J due ' sotrtlr, but soon took a swift CDTve westwards. His altitude nras nninbi higher ;4han that of Hart,' and he did npt|take ihe Parramatta, line until -someMnilesjbn bis* jonrney, _He' was much loiter in sght^than the first -flier, and was last seen' making a break thr...

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POETRY. LIVING MONUMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 6 July 1912

POETRY, LTVDM3- MONUMENTS. Our chndren are our monntnenta. The little ones we leave behind. If they are good and brave and kind. And lobocr here -with true intents, Onr lives and work perpetuate Fat more than marble tablets great. Far rather would I pass asray And leave a. sturdy son of mine, Whom i had taught to love the fine, Tbe just and honest, in his day . To Berve tbe world with conrage bold, Than hare my life en granite told. rd rather feel, when death' is near ' That in my children 1 shall live; - No monument of etone would give J Me greater glory, year by year, : Than sons and daughters iipufliwg -m In troth and honour when I'm gone. Who leaves a sturdy can on earth, A noble daughter, sweet and pare, Has monuments tliafc long endure. He needs no shaft to prove bis worth; The lustre of his children's deeds Are all the monuments he needs. ? — EDGAB A. GTJEST.

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DO NOT HDRRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 6 July 1912

DO HOT HDEEY. H you'd like to Know the secret of a loss and happy life. While yom cares and daOy duties press upon you in tiie strife. That u hourly upon you in Tear effort to keep pace WISi the other people 'round yon, who seem. winners in the race, Tin *M± filTTTVf 0 yon fr^frf on too -drifOy and fsccefc fSiat ?'baste is waste,' And ignore the fact that «— trm«.» jg worth whOe to be embraced; If with fluster and distraction precious nf»«m»njn sre destroyed. Never wfll life's glorioiB aecret from Um lASne be decoyed — Do not hmryi If yon visa to be anccessful in ihc place jm wish-to fill, IF the world admits your talent, your eood jndgment, and your dill; If you long to be a lifter of men** burdens day by day, ? m . . '. ?3jst 'wimii^ jjmiiiwlf quite often ' tins j'^tim* tion to obey— Do not Luuji If ytxftljBa. yaae time with wholesome, happy Going with -^-^i- into paOtt where duty leads, leaving ont all strife and worry, and of health be not amiss. Ton win Enrejy be rewarded, and ...

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THOUGHTS FROM "A NIGHT IN THE LUXEMBOURG." [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 6 July 1912

THOUGHTS FROM 'A NIGHT IK THE LUXEMBOURG.' The preachers of virtue rarely practise it.' 'The moralist is tke eternal old man -who makes a terrible picture of love to the young girl of whom he is amorous.' . Advice that fetters the development of enerev is alwarB hypocritical— that is to say, advice 'The greatest hypocrites are never per fect hypocrites. There, is in them al wavs one part of sincerity.' The world of ideas and words is one world, and the world of facts and action is another.' 'The duty of the gods is to respect logic.' 7-Order is almost the whole of know ledge.' 'Perhaps more intelligence is needed to know how to do nothing than to know how to work.'

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LETTERS OF JUNTOS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 6 July 1912

LETTERS OF JUNTOS. Who wrote tiie 'Letters of Junins^ is one of the great mysteries that historians have failed to clear up. During the persecution of John Wilkes by King and Parliament, between 1760 and 1769. there appeared in the press a series of powerful letters, signed by 'Junius.' These let ters vrere in their statements and evi dence most damning against the Govern ment, and roused both it and the coun try to frenzy. It is safe to say that the 'Letters of Junius' formed the founda tion of our common custom of to-day of making the voice of the nation heard bv strong and resolute opposition through the daily papers in the shape of letters. King and Parliament were determined to find ont who was 'Jonius.' The peo ple, too, were most curious as to the identity of this writer, who knew so much about the intimate working and intrigues of court and Government. Many excel lent authorities save it as their opinions that Sir Phillip Francis, who was engaged in the Government offices, w...

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"THE NIGHT SIDE OF LONDON." A Spectacular Melodrama. At the Theatre Royal. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 6 July 1912

'THE NIGHT SIDE OF LONBON.* A Spectacular Melodrama. At the Theatre RoyaL Ko other title than -'The Night Side of London' woeid better fit the play of that name presented at the Theatre Royal to-night by Mr. Geone Marker's Drama tic Company. Mr. Marlow, who has bad a wide experKBce in wnliwJing plays for tbe Ansttalian pubfic, most fed highly gratified with the reception accorded his latest offering. There was a positive riot to secure seats, and it is no exaggeration, to say that the theatre could have been filed twice over. The world's metro polis, -with its subtle fascination, provides a., happy banting ground for the- drama tist; a veritable gold mine of possibilities. In 'The Might Side of London' the ad ibat, Mr. C Watson Mill, caught the spirit of the great city in all its aspects. His {day, .whioh teaches a strong moral lesson, is not too SMHrrafuL as tbe light and low comedy tenches relieve the pow erful scenes effectively; besides, what would any pby be without comedy? The...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 6 July 1912

If Quality Gmmts ; Come to Us. | :-i . # We have on view a choice selection of 'A ?. ' rare and artistic -Jewellery, comprising ! GEMS, NECKLETS, PENDANTS, ENGAGEMENT RINGS, EARRINGS, BRACELETS, BROOCHES, SILVERWARE. PfcAXEDWMtE, and LEATTH2* -5OOTO- : E. H. KELLY 6? GO. The Qwiiity JewelRra, Bowman Arcade, Kao^ 'W^EbmrSI. ' 1 ? ' ? ; . - it

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CENTRAL PICTURE PALACE To be Opened Next Thwsday A Chat with the Lessee [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 6 July 1912

CENTRAL PICTURE PALACE To be Opened Next Thursday A Chat with the Lessee Another jsctw* hooqe is «***i»y com which k sttiiated otmosite the fire brigade station in WakfifieHttwet, is to be known m «fae Centeal Picture Palace, and win accommodate 1,40ft persons. It has been iV»faiinl to tiie ' fikmjE of Messrs. Moody aad~Lord by Mr. KTb. -J. Aasbeton, the blether of ti»e lessee. ? / ? Mr. A. 3. C. SiBheten, who has secur «d the lease of this new buadmrSor seven years, was interviewed by 'The 'hUtf* nun yesterday. Mr. Aj-beton, who only bad a lew minntes to spne, was brief, and eat straight to the point. He said— 'The pngmal scheme was to erect a wood and iron. ?tructorc, but it was turned down' by the Gicj CoubcO, y^ it has ultiuatdy iwrgifid into a bride bniHmg. which J[ fhink is in every way ap to oate. The plans were drafted by my brother, and the building has been erected without any wctkmg drawings or Hpw.iflciilnMW Mr, Matthews baa been my righthand supporter. He took fharge of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 6 July 1912

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NOTES ON NATIONAL DAY. MELBOURNE, July 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 6 July 1912

NOTES ON NATIONAL DAY. By 'The Mail's' Special Representative.) MWjBornocR. j%av-k Porch was hot favourite for the Maiden HSrdle Race, Trot . jOmped bidry^at' the first obstacla, which, did not augur -well for his prospects. Bant Bas led aQ the way, attended bv Porch, with Common King lying handy. Passing the £fefnr Iongs Haut Bas had a good lead, bnt hit the second last hurdle. Porch and Com mon King headed him over the final ob stacle. : in the run home the favourite tired, and Mooneyes mount won -with the greatest ease. England proved as great a rogue as on the fiat, and refasea the first obstacle. Firestick should win a bar die race, and so will Camorra later on. Judging from the way Coppertop led for as furlongs in the Welter Handicap, he will repay keeping in mind during, the meeting. The same remark applies to Guissepina. Nangar shaped badly for a short-priced one, and is evidently a horse of moods. Chestermiss, the winner, was missed by most of. the bookmakers, and went out ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 6 July 1912

Do You Use # Goffer? Try ... Arab , ? . , Brand. # ,_;

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