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A PRETTY FROCK FOR A DEBUTANTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912
A PRETTY FROCK FOR 'A DEBU TANTE. This is a particularly fortunate season for the young girl, as far as the costume designs are concerned, for the quaint styles and many of the attractive of the winter fabrics eeem suited to set off girl ish charms, and the immaturely slender figure of early girlhood is much better adapted to many of this season's models than the more stately proportions of the mature matron. A charming model of chalk-white, soft, sheeny silk is to be used for a. debutante, which has a straight skirt trimmed with four fringed ruchings of the velvet ribbon, the fichu bands of velvet are run through the middle of the ruchings. The bodice has draped over it a deep fichu of embroidered net. This is bordered with a niching of the silk, also fringed along the edges. Knots of the velvet ribbon fasten the fichu where it crosses at the bust, and also at the belt on the left side. Possible for development in bebe beaded silk net over soft »**» or in tiny, sprigged Pompadour j...
WESTRALIAN MINING. PERTH, May 10. YOUANMI. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912
iWESTRALI AN MINING. CFroin our Special C'«n-espondent.) PERTH, May 10. YGUASTMI. ' . ? : . A circular state? that a combined work ing profit v)f £7,000 .can Jje maintained from the treatment of ore at nie conipany s 'iouanmi and Orova' Black -Range Mines during the ensuing : 12 months. ' It adds:— i 'Owing to the company's - financial re ! quirements being nujch greater than origi nally' anticipated, the directors are^ obliged to' obtain an advance' of £203tX». This debt will be liquidated . but of the first profits, as promised: thereafter 'the earn ings will be availabie as' dividends'. : SOUTH KALGCRLL -. .'.-'? -On ilarch 31 the -South Kalgurli ore re serves were estimated at 185,750, tons,. ave- raging 6 dwt. 10 grs.; while the- probable ore is computed -at- 95,785 rtoasj valued at 5 dwt. 19 grs. per ton. SONS OF GWALLA'. ' The Sons ' --f Gwalia l boiard .report- for the last financial year. that, as the result of the crushing nr the cyanide solution which .was, -started- last...
INTERSTATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912
INimSlATE. gow; Loorjgana,' i (Lwincttton; . eapaoteA 'Vw» HelmBkirk,:Batk»iai,Kar|k-lawJPart Addaadc; «%« bama, Newcastle^; Sailed: -lUy Jl-^Arrino, Sffr&k niBimNIE.-Arrf«d:.M«y:il--Oonih, UQouSe.W HOBART.-Sslteri: May. UVArawa, Kew l£a-t v. land. ? ?' - - -' - ' ???'? f ► ^ SYDNEY.— Sailed: - itay U-^bheno, K^rcM-^ BB1SBAKE,-Jairired: Jftjr ' Il-BmqfowJtiQ Kockhampton- , ' . ? * Wk
SYDNEY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912
STDKEE MARKET. . Messrs. S. C. ? Ward & Cp. ha*? supplied us with the following Sydney quotations, dated May -ll^Mornrag— Union Steamship, 5?/S buye.r 53/6 seUer; Insurance of Australia. 7/3 talcs; Goldsbrough, Mort, 44/6 buyer, *4/9 seller; Barapden Cloncurry, 33/6 buyer, 33/9 seller; Kjioc (pref.), -3/8 buyer, 3/9 seller:. Mount ElUotts, £5 14/6 buyer; Broken Hills, 50/ buye.r 50/6 ? seller; Junctions. S/5 buyer, S/6 ?keller: Junction Korths, 14/9 buyer, .15/ seller; South (paid).. £7 11/6 buT*-r. £.7 13/6 seller; Zinc (pref.), 9/6 buyer. 9/10 seller, 9/9 fales; Mount Morgans,- 57/ binder, 57/6 seller; Tong kah£, 49/6 sales.
PROMOTIONS, APPOINTMENTS, TRANSFERS, AND RESIGNATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912
i'ROMOTIONS, APPOINTMENTS, TRANSFERS, AND RESIGNA TIONS. Senior Cadets-7-C. W. Hooper and EL A. Bruns to be lieutenants forovisionally), dated April 4, 1912. Capt. N. HTEd wards is transferred to the unattached list, dated April 23, 1912. The resigna tions of Licuts. C. L. Scott, E, P. Dancker. W. H. E. C. Batchelor, R. G. Baynes. and H. C. Borford of their provisional appointments are , accepted, dated April 23, 1912.
CLOTHING AND EQUIPMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912
CLOTHING AND EQUIPMENT. Area officers are reminded that all re quisitions for the clothing of the 1898 and 1894 classes should be in. The return to stores of all the old rifles should be carried out by the militia officers a* early as possible. The Light Horse rank and file will be surprised to find that they will be required to carry long and very sharp bayonets after the first of July. Several years ago short bayonets were carried by this arm of the service, but it has always been the ambition of the Light Horse to carry swords, and be trained in tne art of shock action, and undoubtedly this combination of the cavalry sword and rifle will eventually come.
SENIOR CADET COMPETITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912
SENIOR CADET COMPETITIONS. The clause stating that cadets entering these competitions must never have been absent from a statutory parade without leave has been cancelled for this year only. As this amendment came out very late it gave area officers little time to reconsider their position and organise a team. About seven teams uave entered from the 19th Brigade, and two teami from the 20th. It will be necessary in the brigade scries to be completed at least a week prior to the date fixed for the South Australian finals, which in their turn will have to be finished a week prior to the Champion Finals in Melbourne. This will give the lads time to notify their employers as early as possible sad obtain leave. It is hoped that employers will assist as much as possible, and be glad to allow tne boys off to uphol£ the honour of their State. In addition to the medals and badges presented by the Commonwealth Govern ment, the following . trophies will be given: — 1. To the Commonwealth champ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912
PIANO TALK. To build a Piano that will stand the extreme climatic conditions that exist in Australia, and also stand well in tune, . requires in the first place brains; and, secondly, the very best dolled workman ship obtainable. In the THURMER PIANO Ton bare an icstrmnent made under the above conditions. It has given satisfac tion for over .50 years, and to-day more than holds its own against all the leading makes of the world. PRICES MODERATE. CASH OB EAST TERMS. : Sole Acents— ALLANS. Ltd.. &- rxdle street. ^|' . ' - c5Ve Grand Cafe should appeal to all gaiety and comfort loving folfc.' - - p§ jH catering as It does to tne bohemian element. * aB ^B a constant throng of brightly dressed, animated, amusement seeKing * EB ^H '*' ? patrons is maKing the 'Grand** Cafe the rendezvous for theatre parties. . . ?? j/H Our wine list comprises all that is choice and rare. Let the appealing ^B ^B power of a thoroughly bohemian cafe persuade you to get acquainted __ H| ?H with the fin...
EXAMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912
EXAMINATIONS. An examination for the promotion ot the officers on the permanent staff will take place in. Melbourne on May 20. Militia officers can now forward their names through their commanding officers to sit for the promotion examination, to be held in August.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912
A Ceiling Talk A WUNDEHLICH CEILING is san itary, a non-collector of dust, it cannot cra,ckor fall, being made of toughened steel, therefore there is no cost of upkeep. A WUNDERLICH CEILING is easily put upj and once up it stays up, it is artistic and is obtainable in hundreds of different styles ? all highly decorative. WUNDERLICH CEIUNGS are made in Australia by Australian work men, well paid and working nnder model conditions. In supporting a local industry look for the 'W' in circle on the back of each sheet. WHEN BUILDING OR THINKING CEILINGS, get in touch with us and learn all about Wunderlich - Ceilings before making, a final ' decision. ? ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE sent free on request. . Wunderlich Ltd 113-119 Curric Street Adelaide f ^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmj # S. J. ASHERf STOCK AND SHAREBEOKEE, - ' ' Old Exchange, Pirie street. Member Stock Ezcaange of Adelaide. Telephone 8506. . nsl2j-c ME. L R. S. CRAIG, A.I.A.S.A. late with the Federal Boot Company, begs to in timate that he...
RIVER LEVELS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912
BTFEB I£Ta£& Th^.toUorrfng figures Asm1*** f&igZm I nvew Jibove Gammer lerdm the-nntenienjipnea 1 ptoc^-at 9 «.m..on Saturday. ,M«jr ^^- ^-; I Cnrldajrai . -. .. 0 2 wHSannia. ..'.3. 8' '8 9 ^^TWagga .- 0 6 Afflery;. .. .. ZjO 2.H Nafili \f\. .. 2 '-j:»S*on ? -J.r-8* I Biniim ? *»*«&»L' 'pfl Brewarrina .. ..; 2-M _&ci£a*A ., -f*'* |f
A SUCCESSFUL SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912
a succebsfdI/*M-e: j' Mr. Sidney Malin, auctioneer, *of, Tort Adelaide, report?, having tad opt.ofj* most Euccessfulfrsales . on. Saturday,', mag 11, at iindon.= Se sold the fgenit^ireyOj the late Bichftrd fiollahd at. -Sir jPnoeBj ]also block Siflnddn, containing: 10; aptjM of land, =vritfi outbuildingB aija two,' «jt- tages, for fil.lw, wMdi ;was/ f^Xi)mSa iihan .the .reserve. . ' . '.. f J ' . ?'-:. ;. . 'i
IMPORTANT SHUFFLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912
IMPORTANT SHUFFLE. ? There are rumours upon rumours of changes in connection vritn the promotions necessitated by the appointment of Brig. Gen. Gordon to chief of the eeneral stari'. Col. Sellheim has already taken up CoL Legge's duties as quartermaster-general. Col. Wallack, as has already been an nounced, takes command of the New isouth \Vales lorces. . Col. Parnell comes down from Queensland to succeed Col. Wallack as * Commandant of the Victorian forces. Lieut.-Col. Irving is tipped for Queensland. Nothing official has yet been announced, bnt should Lieut.'-CoL Patterson be ap pointed to fill one of the vacant A.AXi. ships the position of staff officer to the inspector-General remains to be filled. The universal tip is that Gen. Kirkpatrick will take one. Mjr. C. H. Brand, of the gen eral staff, who has been for the past 12 months in this State conducting all the most important examinations and schools tor the inilita officers, will probably be appointed Director of Equipment on...
Hearth and Home. OUR DEFENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912
Hearth and Home. OUR DEFENDERS. By 'Reveille.' May 14— -Course for captains at James town concludes. May 15;— Paysheets, permanent forces, due to district paymaster. May 18 and 19— Kegimental exercise at Hamley Bridge. May 22 to 27— 21A School (duties in the field), for captains, Mount Barker. May 24 to 27— 21A School (tactical fit ness eo command, for majors, Mount Bar ker. May 24— Empire Day. Salute of 21 guns. May 26— Queen's Birthday. Salute of 21 guns. llay 28— Solution of tactical indoor problems at United Service Institution, S p.m. Map and problem obtainable on application to G.S.O. May 31— Musketry year ends The anti-military party in this State cave been conducting .a campaign by meetings and printed pamphlets against the compulsory training scheme. They have attacked a mighty machine, which, although not quite pcriect, needs a little adjusting and a little time to make it impregnable to all but a similar and mightier machine. . Fines have been im posed on some of the lead...
PROBABLE CHANGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912
PROBABLE CHANGES. Under the old system South Australia could muster only 2,000 men, and they were known as the bouth Australian Bri gade. Now, under the new scheme, we shall have two brigades— the 19th Bri gade (Southern District and Southern Metropolitan Areas) and the 20th Brigade ^Northern District and Northern Metro politan Areas). These will form' the South Australian Division, and will even tually be commanded by a divisional com mander. It is not anticipated that these divisional commanders will be appointed lor some time. It would be a hard mat ter to conjecture the changes and pro motions in the infantry battalions, but the Light Horse allotments will probably be:— The 22nd Regiment, under Lieut.-Col. rmdlater, to be followed by Capt. F. RoweU. Capt. T. G. Heming will act as adjutant, and the probable headquar ters will be in one of tac southern metro politan areas. This regiment will take ra all the southern areas, inclucung the 5outh-east. It will be composed of the prese...
LEMON SYRUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912
LEMON SYRUP. 6 Ib. sugar 6 pints water 1 tablespoon! ul tar- 1 'teaspoonfol essence taric acid lemon. Put all into a stewpan and boil foe five minutes; when cold, stir in a tea spoonful essence of lemon. Bottle, and keep in a. cool place. This keeps well.