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THE PRINTED WORD. Books And their Writers. BOOKS REVIEWED. FREEDOM OF THOUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 6 July 1912

THE PRINTED WORD. Books And their Writers. By «Spa»- BOOKS REVIEWED. FREEDOM OF THOUGHT. 'A Night in the Luxembourg' is the kind of book that could only with the very greatest difficulty have been publish ed in England in the first instance. Witl a European reputation behind it, the case is different; it is likely to make 'a stir.' Even as it is, however, I can imagine that a great outcry will be made against it in the more orthodox and conventional quarters. For in England belief arrays itself in sackcloth and real liberty stalks through the land in chains, jln M. de Gourmonf s book God, Christ, and all the lesser gods are merely superior supermen. There is little that is divine about them — as we popularly suppose divinity. 'Eaise by many powers the genius of your geniuses, and you have the measure of those among us who dominate the others.' Like men, their. lives are mor tal, although of longer duration. For them, too, there is no eternity either of bliss or suffering* Human dest...

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LITERARY PARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 6 July 1912

LITERARY PARS Ability is. as requisite to execute a great enterprise as capacity to devise it.— H. Taylor. Every noble acquisition is attended with its risks; he who fears to encounter the one must not expect to obtain the other. — Metastasio. Heaven made os agents, free to good or ffl.—Dryden. Bnrias well prepared are the monuments where human knowledge is most surely engraved. — Rousseau.

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TO CONTRIBUTORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 6 July 1912

TO CONTRIBUTORS. 'Aba.'— Your poem- beginning, 'I sft' benestii the blazing enm, my darling by my side,' is too warm for this weather. 'Blazinir sun' in July, indeed! ' 'QJT.C- — It has been pointed out be fore that grace and rhythm are essential characteristics of readable verse. The merest trifles in poetic thought are often made acceptable oy the sneer music, of their expression. Moreover, even when, the idea is forceful or brilliant in itself one cannot afford to shape it in words that lack ease and smoothness. Because verse may be only light jingle, that is no reason why it should be left ragged or unpolished. 'Dingo.' — Unsuitable for our columns, but not without merit. 'Evelyn.' — 'Baby Mischief' is too im mature. He was gently spanked and put to bed in the wastepaper basket.

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

POULTRY. — i ? O ? Eighteen Words in 'The Mail,' 1/; threj insertions, 2/6, prepaid. McLaren vale poultry and kernel CLUB. SEVENTH GRAND ANNUAL SHOW. To be held in the McLaren Vale Public Hall and Poultry Shed. THURSDAY and FRIDAY JULY 25 and 26, 1912. The Hon. T. Pascoe (Minister of Agriculture and Industry) will open the Show at 2 o'clock. Send for Catalogue. Several additional Special Cash Prizes will be added. Entries close July 12. No late entries. 6 E. L. LOCK, Hon. Sec 'PORT 'ADELAIDE POULTRY AND DOG ?*? SOCIETY'S FOURTH ANNUAL SHOW. . ? To be btld in LUXMOOEE BROS.' STORE, PORT ADELAIDE. Do not fail to see this fine display of Fool try. Does, Pigeons, and Canaries. July 15 and 18, 1012. Admission, 1/; Children, half-price. E18S-95 D. H. HAYWARD, Secretary. BLACK ORPINGTONS.— English Imported Stock (Bell and Mrs. Wilkinson). Eggs, from 7/6 setting; Chicks, from 15/ dozen. 3. W. OXeary, MagOl road. 6188-265 /CHAMPION Prize Winning White, Brown Leg; VV horns. Silver Wyandottes;...

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

'LOCOMOTIVE' BRAND LUBRICATING OILS. nrTABT.ES ATKDfS ft CO., i COBRIE STREET, ADELAIDE. ? ns!32c SEVEN CARS OF QUALITY. Natnralljr, every one of the different Cars for which -we are Agents has its own distinctive features, but each pos sesses the following anilities, tu every Car ODGBTto paws-— Each is boOt oa the foundation of EXPERIENCE and COMMO5 SENSE. Each is PROVE) fat «nd BOLD oftemrdB. Each is CAPABLE: Safe aad ftsre. Each is SIMPLE: Obviating die necessity of expert attendance. Each is RENTABLE: Will negotiate any kind of road in any land of weather. Each is DURABLE: With pover to resist daily wear and tear. Btchis ACCESSIBLE: Easy to fa. apect cod adjust. .Each is ECONOMICAL: yfxBk a. low est possible cost for maintenance. These Cars are open for your inspec tion at any time. Trial runs to bona-flde enquires. The Cars include:-* THE SWDT. THE S.C.A.T. THE VAUXEALL. THE OVERLAND. THE CLEMENT BAYARD. ; THE SHEFFIELD SIMPLEX. : 'DENNIS' COMMERCIAL VEHI CLES. Sole Acents:— Hu...

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

COX'S FARM SEEDSJ SPECIALLY SELECTED. Macklae Cleaned and Graded, Always Obtainable. Immediate snd careful attention and dispztcb e-7en Orders large or email. Our LUCERNE AND GRASS SEEDS toted for PUKITY and EXCELLENCE. DISTKEBUTIKG AGENTS FOR— International Stock Food Co., Poynter'i Cell Food, VpeeJand's 'Electro' Areeoate of Lead, Heuson's 'Champion' Incubator, 'Federal' Spray Mixture, Spratt'i Doer and Poultry Specialties. E. B. COX & CO., Car. East Terrace & Roadie St, Adelaide. Cktaloenea Free. PslSel FOR MOTORING. - Ring op W. J. BAULDERSTONE who has always Three First-ctafs Cars for Hire— 20-h.p. Vauzhall, No. A 47; lS-h.p. F.N., No A 4S; and 35-h.p. Overland, A. «9. Private 'Phone— 3613. Private addrsss, Angaa street. Adelaide. Stand 'Pcone— aae. ?125c

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

For ESCKAVTija, Bobber Stumps, Sedis, Bronze. House Kame plates, Bras Plates, &c NIEHDUS & LUCY, AST ASD GENERAL EXGRAVESS, 13 ASCADE, Adelaide. Theme 3132. nsl25o

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

FARM PUMP ENGINE. WITH OVER 100 OSES. .- ' . A General Utility and Pumping Engine Combined, for the ' ? Home, Shop, and Farm. ; / Tiat complete and perfect Portable Power Plant has,* rojijatode of practical diet. $f2fa _-' . other engine ever designed fits so many diversified needs. There are engines of mighty haras-1-1'.; power, performing gigantic tasks. But here is the first gact\]im« »i»gj«m totakejthe plsux -)C '?'- man-power in the everyday tasks that make heaviest drafts updo J'Vn|BH energy. ? - - - LITTLE ENGINE— -BHS POWER. - \^ Deet Judge, the engine by its aze-^JUDGE IT BY WHAT TT DOES! ' ''''S. ?' l. /i£ W \ The ?Farm Pump Engine is snficienfly small to-be bandied and moved with eMt'^ft 'r-i ? ??.'.' deKver big power in 6ucfa s. compact 'package** ****** people rob tbeir eves in amazement ^r?M|| -v51 they see what prodigies of -work .the engine actually performs. When attached to a pomp the - little ^n^»Ti* lifts half a ton estdti stroke. ? It mafa^ machinery *'**« Docs ...

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

j^r 'Their ^^^ ^^^ flight must be ^^ J§r swifter than Kre/'-sheu.*^^^ - jay Whether it be for pleasure travelling, business use. oi\!k fir for the wild delight of speedy transit, we have the cars /§a *y here that will stand the test. Motor Cars or Motor * \3* §8f Cycles— all the leading and most reliable makes— the kind iw , Ea that makes for absolute safety. These ondernamed cars i» na are 'right** to the last detail of perfection.; — - wL W Belsize, De Dion Boutoa, 'F.N..' ft B Minerva, F.I.A.T., ItaJa, Pelage, ra ® ~^-^-. Commercial Cars. M T& Study the- Engine, the Lubricator, the Ignition, the Carbu- M : WQI retter, the Clutch, the Gear Box— look carefully into all S» . . aSh . these and- other, important parts of our cars— and M& : V^ you'll see why they're 'reliable.'- ^» ^3» The, same with our Motor Cycles, you are Jm . safeguarded if you get one of the following: MM1. N.S.U.,' 'F.N.,' Triumph. jW *^*^^ Get our niastrated Catalogne , J&r EYES &amp...

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

THE NATIONAL ROSBf i society. 'M:. I No. 25 Montefiore ChamDeri , Waymouth street. ^1)$ . ,;t| MOHTHLT MEETCrG. WH)JTEHDAT, JiOy IK ) --^ A t-— *^» on 'The Germs Boss' will be'delivea ' ? -. ed by the President (W. H. Iftrcld, £aq.) . ?' 1 6 r™ Open to all flowex lovers. .- a ?';. GEORGE S. GOLDSMITH, | . THE UAHX TAILOS AND Ii/UKES* *- | COSTOMIEE, ' ' -: :9X O*O05BXXIi Kl-**--!-'yl-. HORIB AIXBLAIZU h (oppoote Le Conm's). - .= Mrate Addiuc Daphne street, Ittcpeeb ^ ia*e ?

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CARE OF FARM ANIMALS. ANTHRAX. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 6 July 1912

CARE OF FARM ANIMALS. By 'Vet' (Written Exclusively for 'The Mail.') ANTHRAX. This is one of the most rapid and fatal diseases of stock, and has caused much damage to the States of the Commonwealth and in New Zealand. . . From, a practical point of view the chief fact concerning this disease is that it is caused by germs or bacilli (Bacillus Anthracis), when swarm in large num bers 'in the blood, and if the blood be ex amined shortly after the death of the ani mal infected and before putrefaction has set in, the germ can be easily identified by the aid of the microscope. Anthrax gains ground in a country in different ways. Some cases are derived from germs and spores already in the country, but many outbreaks are undoubtedly intro duced from other States or foreign coun tries by means of manure, hides, hair, wool, and feeding stuffs, such as cotton or other feeding cake. The methods of spreading anthrax are in tie main — (1) Local, from careless burial of an infected carcase; (2) pr...

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THE SUBURBAN HALF-ACRE. VEGETABLES ALL THE YEAR ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 6 July 1912

THE SUBURBAN HALF-ACRE. VEGETABLES ALL THE YEAR ROUND. By 'Elschar.' (Written Exclusively for 'The Mail.') There w a very useful vegetable, _ of tasy culture, on the Adelaide plains, which Sb too often a stranger on our tables. I refer to the sweet potato, which is m Season now. Jf vou have once tasted them you will never be satisfied till you have tasted them again. In appearance they somewhat resemble a large Jerusalem *rtichoke,but have a flavour entirely their own. They are cooked in the same way »s the ordinary potato, but do not require quite the time to boil. They are very prolific. One root I lifted this week ?weighed nearly 20 lb., and when you re member that there is very little waste in them you can understand how long a single root will last a small family. Bead I era who are after something that is new and which can also be labelled good should try and procure a boiling. I am certain the majority will find them very satisfac tory. Later on I intend in this column giving...

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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 6 July 1912

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDEOTHa V 'Amateur.' — The presence of quani£ - .. \ ties 'of toadstools in your flower beds -it. a sign of unhealthy sour «oiL Givejtha — - bed a good dressing of slacked lime and ?- then fork it in welL Keep the bed Well J hoed up and your mushroom plot will sooa. - disappear. ... 1 'W. J.' (College Park}.—1. GladioK ^ preciate a good mulch of well rotted, . manure, cow manure being preferably r Some liquid cow manure given after -thjs ' - * bulbs are well np would be better still, a^ VC ~ - the mulch prevents the constant hoeing : 'between the bulbs so necessary for jits* . cultivation of good flowers. 2. Lathyrw -- ': Babeaems is not a heavy grow^- antfSt* § as cdarseleaved as. an ordinary eweetrfka ,- The stems are light and graceful, and thi v leaves small. It can always be tMnnieH „ out and kept down, and only after man; 1; ' years could it attain such- proportions a | _ -: you suggest. A space of 3 ft. will b£ ' . ample. '''. *.-j :,'?'? ?*????' A'

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REGISTRATION OF COMPANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 6 July 1912

begiStratiox of gompaxies. Birks, Chemists, Limited. ? Capital, £15,000. in- £1 shares. . Qtijects— To pur chase 'and take over as a going concern as- from January 1, 1912, thp busmess of a chemist and druggist,, -carried on at Rundie street'. by l'ercy. Rupert. Robertson Magarey, under '.the .style of. 'Bitte, Chemists,', Ac. .Apblicante for formation cf' cotapany^Peroy Kupert Robertson Ma &Tey: ]}: .VTilliani Thomas. Magarey, .1,; Artbur Kent' Kewbcry', 1 (all of Adetoide, cnenustsK t,lae Maud .Siagarev, or ^ortn 1 OOej-, wife of W: T. Migirey, I;1 Con stance _Mary.: Kewbery, of Kent. Town, wife of A- K. Xcwberj', 1; and Alice' Mar garet Magarev, of Hyde Park, wife of P. R. R. Magarey, 1. First Directors— P. ? R. R. Magarey, W. T. Magarey, and A. ; K- Newberj.' Incorporated July 2, 1912. 1 Registered office, 59 Rundle ' street. ° ? Pitt, 'Limited. . (Capital. £50.000 in £1 shares, of which' 40,000 are to be called ordinary shares, . and . 10,flt-D preference shares, having...

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POLICE COURT. ADELAIDE: Saturday, July 6. (Before Messrs. T. Gepp, S.M., the Hon. F. S. Wallis, M.L.C., and G. Marks.) [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 6 July 1912

POLICE COURT. ''. ' ADELAIDE: Saturday, Jnry «. ' -Before Stoere. T. Seop. S M., the Bon. F. S. . ? Willis, ILIA?, and G. Marto.) lyo men-abd a woman were fined for inso Janjcs Feisbjr pleaded not guilty to a charge of hiving, tie«n_dBBik j and .. baring used infe cent.4aagqafee.«-n*f3orrenE Toad. Qvinghanu 'Ur. C. JfolnB appeared for 'tbe accused,' wno had to tefift \£S.W in alL .. ,.,',-

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

LETTERS .OF ADMDflSTRATIOy. ilcCabe, Jamea, 'of.War^-ok4, £820; P. J. ^cCabc, AV. B: Gbldswbrthy: ' .MjiPherebn, James, of Penols, £3,000; D.. A.' SHdlerton';^Young, Xewland, ? and Waiid. 1 '..-*??.. / . Shepbard, . Jamee, of Gladstone, ' £4-700; M-. Shephard; i'ioaaing,\Boucaut, Ashton, and Hunter. -':u:--.- .. , ? . .? . . Stethy, ,Maiy Ann, of Perth, Western Australia,' £40; A. JStathy; Fleming, Bou cadfc Ashtori. &, Hunter.' ? . 1 WflkinB. 'Peter Alfred, of ' Pafkside, £550; R. £. ,\Vilkins; Knox-fc Hargrove.

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CALLS AND DIVIDENDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 6 July 1912

? CALLS AND DIVIDENDS. ?,_''? CALLS. ' 1-Papua Flantation (5tfa) ..»._„ 0 2 6 6— Lcpton's (£tb) .'. ..- ? ...0 0 3 11— Macks, Limited (4th)'.. ?-. „ .. ^. 0 2 6 12— Spring Creek (2nd) .: .. ...... .. 0 0 6 12-Chillagoe (3rd) ? ^ .. ..0 0 6! 12— Wilson's Hill (1st) .. „ .. ...... 0 0 6 . 12-Gre»t Pinch. ? .. .... ..003 12— Commodore (10th) .. .. .. '.. .. 0 0 3 ' 12— Kowan's Find (1st) .. .. -.. .... 0 0-3 12— Bullrush Estate (1st) .. _ .. ... 0 0 . 3: 12— Marvel Loch (13tb) ? 0 0 3 28— Thompson's Oaks (5th) ......... 0 0 2 ?sB—Ctaks Amalgamated (3rd) .. .... 0 0 2 July. ? ? ? j 1— Huddart, Parker (final instalment).. 0 10 0 I 10— Tarcoola Blocks (,7th) ? ...0 0 1 j 10— Tasmaniao Shale (3rd) ? 003 1C— Sweet William (1st) ? 0 0 S i lO^Kyarra -lst) ? 0 1^0 ] ? DIVIDENDS.. June. ' - - ? . ? ? ? . ' 1— Oroya fcinks- (2nd)*.. ..??..?.._.. .. 0.0. 3 i l^Henrv Jontis ? .'. .. 7J .per cent. ! I— Silverton. Tram ? '..'. '.. .. 0-2 0 ? 3— Adelaide Electric (ord.1), interim 5 per xent. 3— Mel'J...

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MELBOURNE MARKET. MELBOURNE, July 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 6 July 1912

MELBOCTRKE MARKET. MELBOURNE. July 6. Colonial Bank (ord.), 38/ ' buyer, U/ seller; Colonial Bank (pref.), £12 buyer, £12 10/ seller; Commercial (ord), 18/ seller; Commercial (pref.), U/6 buyer; Rational (ord.), 3/5 buyer, S/6 seller ; National (pref.),. £12 10/. buyer, £12 15/ seller; Royal, 25/6 buyer, 26/ sdler; Victoria (ord.), 90/ buyer; Victoria (pref.), £11 12/ seller; Fede ral Building, 20/6 seller; Melbourne, 30/4 seller; rTTri^n, 98/ buyer,' MO/- seller ;' Goldsbrough, ? 44/ buyer, 44/3 seller; Melbourne Trust, 4/9 buyer, 4/tti sdler; Metropolitan Gas, .£9 16'/ buyer, £10 1/ sdler; Colonial Mutual, 50/ buyer; Ida, 7/1 seller; Carlton Brewerj:. 8/10 buyer, 9/ seller; Cascade, 11/ buyer; Casdemsine,. 12/ buyer, 12/3 teller ; Foster, 23/ buyer, 23/3 seller; Trustees, 46/6 buyer, 47/ seller; . Melbourne Trams, 41/ buyer, 41/3 sdler; Sflwotons, 58/6 buyer, B9/ seller; Amalgamated Zinc, 35/41 buyer, 35/9 id ler; Broken BUI Waters, 2S/9 buyer; Globe Timber 27/ buyer; Dunlop Rubbe...

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SYDNEY MARKET. SYDNEY, July 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 6 July 1912

? SYDNEY 2UCHKKT. smSKY. Jnly «. To-day's ~?»-^g sties on' the Sydney - Btoek Exchange were:— Mount (Me Opttmi, £40, '£40 107: Sidfam HH) .(nnrt. £tl; -Badhim mil (ord.), £ffl, £3t 10/; Hampden, UpS; Hampden (team S weeks), 43/3; Vulcan Tta, 2/2; Britidi Broken Hill, (new), 18/; Junction North, 13/3, IS/; Junction (old), 14/4J, 14/6, 14/6; Junctian . (terms 6 weelas), li/0 and l*76i; Junction (cash), 14/4; Junction (prefc^.U/lOl; Amalgamated Zinc, 85/; 'Coamcpolitan (con*)i l/j Mount David. 1/4; Occidental, 8/; Haunt l^ell, 29/81 Brilliant Deep (con., terms 6 weeks),- 24/; Black 10. 50/6, 50/9, 51/3, 81/; Qneen Bee (new), 2/9; Mount Morean, 63/3; Tbompxm Osks (paid), 1/2; Budgery, 1/2; Bullfinch (term* 0 weeks). Messrs. S. C. Ward- ft 'Qo. bare supplied m with the following Sydney quotations, dated. July 6, MX:— Motnrng.-HDddart, Parker (enL-, 25/8 b«yer,- GcjaAroogfa. Hart, 44/ buyer, 44/* seller; Greater Wflbsms, 21/6 boyer, 21/Vi sel ler; CSriUagoea, 5/0 bl|yer; JBa^n-deB -OlOBCu...

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SATUBDAY'S MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 6 July 1912

SATURDAY'S MOVEMENTS. On the Stock Exchange, with a firming of values advised from London to-day, the Barrier market showed a slight harden ing, but the business effected was only light outside of Junctions, which were,. as usual, heavily exchanged. They hardened to 14/6, easing a point or so later. Block 10, which were hard to quit, on Friday at 48/6, had sales at 51/9. Broken Hills, Block 14, and British closed a few pence on the firmer side of Friday's plnsfng. A email parcel of South (con.) changed hands at £7 13/: The', trading in cop per was confined to a few lines, 'with an easing of several points in Hampdens and Wallaroo, and Mount Morgans were ' vir tually unchanged. Zinc Corporations (ord.) had light support up to 12/, which was an advance of 7£d. on previous closing. In gold TTainanlt, Oroya Links, Associated, and Butterfly had the average amount of business at about late rates. Bullfinch Proprietary and Sooth Ealgurli were EHghtly firmer. Investment stocks did not get b...

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