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BOXING. WILLIS V. PADDY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 6 July 1912

BOXING. WILLffi V. PADDY. The veteran middleweight Jack WBHs wiU meet Black Paddy in a retara battle at the Adelaide National Arena on Mon day night. On tiie last occasion the pair put up an fxtating fight, and Willis was ahead on points when he lost on a fbnL Another good contest is expected.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 6 July 1912

ORNAMENTAL HAIR ^f_^^° a^^H^ WigB, Fringe*, Transfoimstiom, and Switches. Highest quality- Lowest ^I^_^__j___8_^___| PdoH. T'g'iff' -nm Oombmes and Cnttingg made 19 to Any Decgn. ^ .^^|MMwWf Empire Esir Dye Highly Eecommendei Sample Bottle, ]/? Ki tB£i=MnB2r HU tt |-i rr AKnsno C W^ ? IV U \J XXf EAJBWORKER. ^~*\ ^ jtOXHVEN JtiKBEOSTB, PnT/TFWT!V SX.f nesr EXHIBX3ION BUHdNCS. _A v^^^^. {_£et and Gentlemen'* Haiidie&_iig Booms, the Ltig-st and Host ai ^^Te^^_v Beptete in the City. //'^KirS ^^ PEIVA3E BOOMB FOB LADIES. »Phone 8510. W ^__?^ ~*\ ? mi-See ? it j4r//2s __ . _ GOOD POT BLO^SOM TEA.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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JEWELLERY STOLEN. From Steamer Dilkera. SYDNEY, July 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 6 July 1912

JEWpil^RY STO^^N. ' ? ? — ? — . ' From Steamer Dflkenu STDNBT. Juhr «. ,The **-i«iir» fitgw^p ^''i-f'?^ « kera, at Pyimont l^bJanT, was enienedsnsi rt-|ay lor ukSBves, a&A aiwi £S3S ^ratclA^bL jeweflery was stokn. The ▼aluableS were in a trunk, which was broken «pe&:

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE TRIANGULAR HITCHES. AUSTRALIA DEFEATED. Fine Innings by Spooner. LONDON, July 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 6 July 1912

THE TRIANGULAR MATCHES. AUSTRALI^DEyEAlEa Fine Innings by SpoAner. : LONDOK. Jfalv 5. * The AustralianB contarxned their acujiu match against T-»TW*ftf^riw t^--dfy, . Thn £un shone brilliantlsvand dried the -wicket; ?whiA oft a tame -was in fawrar of wt bnarlpra Th-- aU»it6ntiie mmbered 7.QWh Sharp (50) and B. Wdedey m resumed Lancashire's first inningn, at 133 for thi«e Trickete. The bowiew w«b AVhitty and Hariitt. Tyide^r eni «nd pnDed VeD, whfle 6h»tp defended stub bornly. ..','''' ?= At 150 Hmt&ews went on instead of Hazlitt, and a remarkable cfamge came over the scene. Tn 25 miit11*** fcHfl Wic kets feU for 13 rimB, Whftty seearing but of them- and Matthews three, at ihe«mtJl cost of 6. Tyldesky w« out at 157, and no one else conld get a ritart. The Augtraliann failed badly. . The wicket, after it had been roDed, an proved. and Tanwwnnre wo? ?comfortawjr bv eight wickets. Spooner played * fine inninps, and hit 12 fours. Scores: — ? AUSTRAJXt First innings .. .» ... ?? »...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 6 July 1912

WATSON'S -? u 10 mm , JL«. *T. T6LISY, Wt, !♦

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

Beck's Lager A. E. & E^TOLLEY, LB(.i '.' .- - - Sows AGENTS: '?'} .:' \ ?' ''? ? knl2Sa

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WALKERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 6 July 1912

?U'ALKES'V'TLLE. Medindic Ward. — ilellor, 177; Ling. 130. 2-orth Walkerville — Basse, 94; Goodicr, 23. For Auditor — Whiting, 419; Matthews, 208.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 6 July 1912

=———=——=——- __________L____r mMM LABIES . . . . .---^J ?4H afeould conceit ^?????^§1 Mademoiselle CELESTIHE | FOR HAIR AND SKIN iROOBEE. ELBCTKIC HEAD A^D FACE ^ MASSAGE. ? ~::fii ? ? . ?''?'?$!% ,*£__! Write for Booklet. ll Entrance throueh Catfs, Drapers, Ban*. -^H ile street (upstairs). ''. * . '3B Phone 2659. -ts333« 0^

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 6 July 1912

DR. BRODIE'S LOZENGES The -Most Effectual Bemedy for. WIXTEE COUGHS, HQABSEKES*', ' ASTBMA, ASD BEONGHTTIS. . ''a* 1/6, ?™8IED l/8- X- ' Eole Proprietors— MAIN & SON, £G KING WILLIAM STREET, ADELAIDE. Established 1S43. nse

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 6 July 1912

C B. FEY OIT CBICKET FOR WOMEN. 1 A florrespondeiit'wntes to 'The Mail': *-^was pleased to read the note in your fctensting People last Saturday about C. B» Sky, England's cricket champion. Yon apay like to have the following extract, UrMch I have taken from Try's Magazine' $f not eo very long ago, when he strongly £d*0Cbted cricket for women. Fry says: t— *CrScket of the rough and ready. Satur jte afternoon kind is not a good game MT ladies, because it is then one of brute ifr^wih rather than one of skill. Women, ftaNAter, should maks good cricketers. . . £|&Kt artistically played is not a game , r jjiil mill, but one on which strength f'$$h discount, and in which excellence Ijpli on gracefulness, balance, and j pifliiV1'* Dancing and fencing are ezer asM in which, ladies . are admirably cap ; &ie.«f becoming adepts. Yet the nimble ; tags of foot and precision of poise of the ipjod dancer, combined with the supple Jeps and quickness of the good fencer. iU» the very ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 6 July 1912

THROAT PAS13I1I3S. For all Throat Troubles, Loss of Voice, Brondiial Affection*. &c Price, 1/ tin; posted, 1/3. 3. B. BURDEN, Chemist, JQng.'WIUiam gtxeet. ?? , ... «ac ??

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE PEERAGE IN A BALLROOM. Wonderful array of Dancers. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 6 July 1912

THE PEERAGE IN A BALLROOM. Wonderful array of Dancers. AH Debrett danced at the 'Hkmdred Years Ago Ball.' in aid of the Soldiers and Sailors' Help Society on June 6 at the Albert Ball, London. Toe dancers in tbe .xpiadnUes .alone in. eluded one 'prince and' no fewer than— ? ' Three dukes Sine viscountesses Eight duchesses Thirteen lords Three marquises One baron Eight marchionesses Nine'1 baronets Ei± earls Eighty-five 'ladies' Eighteen countesses Forty 'honourables' Twelve viscounts The Army contributed— Two generals Twenty-three captain Three colonels Vive lieutenants, Seven majors and the Navy spared — One vice-admiral Four lieutenants Two captains. One midshipman. The trouble ' and erpense to -which the dancers have been pot is enormous, and the 1812 ball will doubtless be' one of the ereatest successes of the season.'

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LOCAL STOCK MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 6 July 1912

LOCAL STOCK MARKETS. Cattle. — Again prices suffered a decline as the yarding, 1,046, was greater even than last week. These, however, con tained a better proportion of suitable trade beef, with a fair percentage of prime quality. The short supplies of a few weeks ago had considerably ' improv ed the market, but 'witL an increase in the number forward for the last two weeks sale prices this week were even lower than last week. Prime beef brought from 20/ to 28/ per 100 lb., and second quality from 21/. Sheep. — There was a large yarding of sheep this week, 11,981 having been for warded, c large proportion of these com ing from New South Wales and the north of this State. An improvement in the number of quality animals was apparent, but with the large number to hand prices for even prime quality were hardly maintained. Other sorts were considerably cheaper than last week. Western Australia operated to the ex tent of 750, and graziers secured 625. Al though some lots were late in arri...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
By "Practical." Coming Shows. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 6 July 1912

By 'Practical.' Cnmincr Shows. July 16, 19.— The Fort Adelaide Poultry sad Doe Society. July 25, 26.— The KcLaren Tale Poultry ud September.— The Royal Agricottunl Society.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
EGGLAYING RECORD. Barnyard Fowl's 1,396 Eggs During Eight Years. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 6 July 1912

EGGLAYING RECORD. Barnyard Fowl's 1,396 Eggs During Bight Years. Betty, a'aumntftSre-ien, 'widcJi.Ss in tha possession of Mr. J. A. 'Minchiii, of Hen* field, in West Sns3ec,,.tb (says tl;e Lon ion 'Express') a reproach to poultry ex perts. They Bay that-a.heiL/tfill lay only about 600 eggs in a. lifetime,. but, Betty, says her owner, has 'laid already Tnore than 1,400 eggs, and - has- not -discontinued the prac tice, although -she is more than eight yean old. In'fac£r.sne-,;will reach the Tnataw age, for one p£ her kind, of nine yean in the autumn.' -V.' .,'' .''''., Betty is quite, i small hen. Her colour is a kind of golden brown, with a dark fringe on .her neck and back, and a lighter shade of brown on her breast. She la what is called by poultry keepers a ^barn yard', fowl, because she is of no particu lar bieed. - ? ? ?'??'''?- -''?? - This wonderful hen was hatched latent 1903, and therefore it is- amazing -that he* laving record for 1904 shows. the total of 218 eggs. This is ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 6 July 1912

Simplified* DRESS COTTlKG & FITTOU No petMul twrhing «n-rd So* taff O. ffc* mmt ud t-i -»*? 4*^* ttw y?V^V MMfcar t* fame fitthe M*r ifeMMt. £/jT Destpnag and ealtiag Isairs* ana cUtdrce*^ t\f^^\ '\ dnsscs cod (nracBts vf Bmffm ib ~J :y4 - ^^J Cbim udTSirectiim. Yep en b&IS £r/f*%Jlf thttoen tatitm wiijli l\ t» you ?«*!» Md^LTI yoa sdsnrc u-d too so riik -- Mdng «???} J ?l\ one elie*xurag * dres» JMOiy Jjk« j«t I | ? '»' ibc uulprice) ?* nj paa*K . Chuiamt ttHgim The Pnlon Co-. «t BnAafc fc_ M««6— ^ jlKffHBgjBpHBflBBy*1*''*- Aj'f^'*l- ^^SS^E^B^B^^^^B^Bw .*^ y?* fcel *ribtl 41 orcr. or vbeti tn*eamc|dKt alKtveem jaer fc*t oft* &c WmndtM. Emit* oehber ante AimS hrit^aE^Stmli^lMc -l WadOta -itb coaoBcqpttint 1ft «rf gfijTwim tmmtf jBfjj vuvct CDvuuc a ?f3m sAcfex 4ynB- cshsIcm win w4fc Fed. &*g3xv*jB&.v***'*LSbem£vmdk Tin TRSStTi^** tBha &£g*BiBBj PSQI0 SfcODIOS, : - -- r'i--atm&& ruas, Between -Boris jBcufc's and Simpson*...

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SEASONABLE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 6 July 1912

SEASONABLE NOTES. If not already done, the selection of your breeders cannot be made too soon. Bear in mind that it is far better to breed from a few proved or tested hens than to 'run chances.' Hens are vastly preferable to pullets as breeders, and cocks to cockerels. Their constitution and quality are proved. Individual mating gives best results. Mate your breeders on the single mating system. Watch the breeding birds and make cure that they are keeping in good con dition. Give them an outdoor scratching place. ? . Strong fertility should be the main ob ject to be attained in the eras coming from the birds' selected as breeders. . .

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ENGLISH LITERATURE. University Extension Lecture. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 6 July 1912

ENGLISH LITERATURE. University Extension Lecture. The second lecture of Professor Hender son's series on 'The Romantic fievival in FViglich Literature,' delivered on Tues day, was placed under the sub-heading 'The fievolt.' and the lecturer devoted the evening to illustrating the contrast between romantic and epic literature, .la the time prior to the middle. of the eight eenth century, classic literature held sway, but with the emotional influence of the Wesleyan. revival, and the 'development of imagination in national sentiment, . ro mance came into its own. Instead of pre cision, restraint, and perspicuity, there came a suggestive glow and impassioned reflection. Shelley^ 'Sky Lark' and Blake's poem on 'The Lamb' had a na tural and imaginative touch that was. in sharp contrast to the literature of the Augustan or classical period. The spirit of criticism changed to that of creation, and wit changed to human pathos. The books recommended to be read on the sub ject are W. P. Ker's...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
VOLUMES OF VERSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 6 July 1912

VOLUMES OF VEBSE. A painstaking versifier in wiHiaTn Block sidge has had a couple of small volumes privately printed. He has covered a wide field, and1; while ;'at times there is a certain lack of ease and smoothness in his lyrics, there is a true poetry in some of his thoughts. For instance — n» bending -wheat a bridal riieet, All garlanded with gold. This is in the valume entitled 'More- ton MQes.' 'A Northern Trail' com prises a selection of short pieces, and the bUowing shows the writer to be some thing of a philosopher — Maidens, be a. trifle coy. If a follower you'd — »**n-«Ti Tffhere's the man would find Ins joy In a pleasure given to all?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A BRITTANY TALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 6 July 1912

A BETTTASry TALE. 'The Penitent' (Nash), by M. Eene Basin, is a grim, powerful, very pathetic story of two Brittany peasants and their children. The husband is a big, honest,- loving, unfortunate creature who strives to make both ends meet for the wife he worships and the children he adores. She, on the other hand, al though a good mother and a good wife, yet dreams of places where want is unknown and tehere her youth and gaiety can have their outiet. Then poverty forces her ?to Paris as nurse to a rich man's child. Alas, she never returns to Brittany. The husband waits and waits — all in vain. Being poor, he is sold up, and he and his children are forced to leave the country which more than anything else seems part and parcel of their lives. And yet he hears no news of his wife in Paris. Humour has it that she has become a demi-mondaine or is simply living witii a footman as his mistress. Only at the very end do the husband and wife meet; when she, heartbroken and penitent, finds t...

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