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EGG PATTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912

EGG PATTIES. Puff paste . 1 spoonful mnsnroom 1 gill white. sauce .puree . 1 spoGofui chopped A little cream parsley . Squeeze of lemon Pepper, salt juice. C or. 7 eggs . . Cut the patty cases from a 'thick layer of puff paste, make an incision in. each ?with a'cutter' two sizes smaller, half-way through the paste. Bake carefully, and remove loose pieces and the soft interior. Hard, boil four or Bye /of the eggs, and cut in small dice-shaped 'pieces;' mix with white' sauce, the beaten yolks of two eggs, parsley, lemon juice; * mushroom puree, cream, ^pepper, - and Ealt. Make this filling quite hot, but do not boil, and place .in patty cases.. Serve on a folded napkin, garnished with parsley.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912

GOLF. Glenelg A team beat Adelaide A team at Seaton by five matches to two. Glenelg B team lost to Adelaide B team at Gle nelg by four matches to five. Adelaide C team lost to North Adelaide by four matches to six. -

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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B GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912

B GRADE. East Torrens, 12 gods, beat Goodwood, nfl. Start L, 4 goak, beat South II., nIL Cheltenham IL, 2 goals, beat Y.M.C.A., 3 goals.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912

A GUARANTEED HAIRGROWER OR MONEY REFUNDED. READ WIOLETTA COMPANY'S GUARANTEE. October 16, 1907, 109 Pitt street, Sydney. To the AGENTS of WIOLETTA, LTD. Dear Sirs— In reference to the guaran tee offer by the WIOLETTA TOILET COMPANY'S preparation, Wioletta Hair Food, and Tonic, now appearing in the papers throughout Australasia, the reason we make this 'guarantee is on account of so many Genuine Testimonials sent us, completing cures, from one bottle up wards. We make 12 bottles the limit, as we, feel certain if 12 bottles won't' effect a cure no further amount wilL and we also fed confident that if Wioletta won't effect 3 cure nothing in the wide world will. _ We firmly believe no other Hair tonic in the world has ever offered this guarantee, and the following is all we re quire: — In cases of Baldness we must have the assurance of a medical man that the lair roots are still alive; the date each bottle is purchased from our agent, until be twelfth bottle has been used; then, if the ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LACROSSE. A GRADE. UNIVERSITY V. EAST TORRENS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912

LACBOSSE. -? u - ? A GRADE. UNIVERSITY V. EAST TORRENS. Laerosseurs were favoured by excellent weather on Saturday on the University Oval. The 'Varsity line up was not as strone as that of last Saturday, as Yeat man and Tassie were absent. On the other hand East Torrens played C. A. Gepp and O. Rohde in place of W. B. Lang and B. H. Bichardson. The play from the face off was keen and very eren until some fine play by Nott and Verco gave Godfrey a chance to score. Simpson and others tried hard, but were well held by the backs, Gepp, Kenny, and Mann. The quarter ended with 'Varsity 2 to 1. Upon the change of ends 'Varsity assumed the offensive, their stickwork being ex cellent. Two goals were added by God frey and Verco, and Campbell, RnsselL and Rennie were to the fore. East Tor rens, through fine passing by Tyler and A. and P. lilL gave the Tatter a chance, which be made full use of. At half time the scores were: — 'Varsity, 5 goals; East Torrens, 4 goals. The thud quarter was very ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912

' The Sporting Mail ' Postal Order Form. Published Midday Every Thursday. Sold in the Streets for Twopence. The Manager Mail Newspapers Ltd., Gilbert Place, Adelaide. Please post 'The Sporting Mail' to the address given below for six months, for which I enclose 5/. Name ? , ? .........,: ? Address ? v....... „_.....-.. ? ,_. ? _.,x If required for a Quarter or a Year alter (he Form accordiagly. SPORTSMEN t Get yonr fronting done well and dhesply MAIL NEWSPAPER OFFICE, and patrowu* the Papers tbst give yon accurate fiportias Hot. Orden tor all classes of Job Printing erecoted promptly. MAIL NEWSPAPERS, LTD., GIUBEET PLACE, ADELAIDE. Teleph«ie6-384fl. 38*1, SW2. ? WEaRTHEJM smmwmMm pianos ^BBj^BfBHjrasBBBfig^BB 3l_Y^ Tone and ^nH^^BH^RSBHSsiSfl '^X \ * Touch — die ?mBMBK ?^HBft^^^SB. ' ^n\\ teadinaeaen ?BpJslH^KSHs^sK^^BjfH^P*'''^***' if of Australian WERTHEIM SEWING MACHINES CEBfECTfaGonsSrsetioB Me-i^^^a«^n»^_ lERFECTLYEesyto Stiatet WSSJBEB5JI!B3EiSMB!3r* HEBFECTLY Noiseless MW8gpp...

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CONTRACTS LET. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912

CONTRACTS LET. Among contracts recently let is one to Mr. C. H. Martin for the erection of an American bar at the Gresham Hotel. Mr. Alfred Wells is the architect, and the al terations necessary trill cost £700.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MESSRS. FOWLERS' WAREHOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912

MESSRS. FOWLERS' WAREHOUSE. A disastrous fire occurred on November 20 last in Messrs. D. & J. Fowler's large ?warehouse at the back of their ICing Wil liam street offices, and abutting on Messrs. tl. Marshall & Co.'a premises. This is known as one of the worst danger zones under the care of the fire brigades. The building was completely burnt out, and ill that remained were the walls, more or less damagr^,' the girders and columns rendered useless,, and a quantity of sal rage and litter. The only jprtion of the building not in any way damaged by the fire was the kerosine store, although on the day after the fire debris on the outside of it was continually burning. Tne firm placed the work of reinstate ment with their architect, Mr. Frank H. Counsell, of Brookman's Building, and de cided on fire-resisting construction. Con sequently Mr. Counsel! arranged contracts for reinforced concrete piers, floors, walls, and . lift wells, and concrete stairs, with all doors metal...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ON THE BOARD AT BUILDERS' ROOMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912

ON THTi! BOARD AT BUILDERS' BOOMS. Tenders are called for the erection of a motor garage at Gepp's Cross for the Me tropolitan Abattoirs Board. Due May 27.

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Adelaide and Suburban Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912

Adelaide and Suburban Association. Co-operatives. met Hilton United on the latter's ground, and a fairly good game was played by both ' teams. The last traarter bans verv exerting. Scores: — Hi tons, 4 goals 12 behinds; Co-operative, 3 goals 5 behinds. Best players for the win ners. E. Button, B. Westwood, F. Pollard, J. Burnett. J. link, D. O'DoxmelL W. Link, and H. Hodgins. For the losers W. Beale, EL CoBett, G. Hunt, C. Woods, F. Boyce. GoaUrickerjg— -Hiltons, Sutton 2, O'DdnndL A. Canst 1 each; Co-operative, Higgins, Cslktt, Bkke 1 each. An' exciting match was -witnessed In tbe West part lands fcetwen the St. Pat ricks, and Albert Parts. St. Patricks at tacked strongly from the bounce, but were repeatedly repulsed by the Alberts' strong defence. The scores at half time read:— St. Patricks, 6 pqins; Alberts, 2 points. After the long interval the St. Patricks drew away, and added 6 goals, while the Alberts could only manage to raise the two flags once. The Alberts fought hard to a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Amateur League. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912

Amateur League. Glenferrie v. St. Bartholomew.— These teams met for the first time this season on the St. Peter's College oval. The Glen ferries had the advantage in the first quarter, with the wind, ana aituouga roe kicking was faulty the scores at the end of the quarter were:— Glenferrie, 1 goal 5 behinds; St. Bartholomew, nil. With the wind the St. Bartholomews made good progress, and when the bell rang for half-time the scores showed: — Glenferries, 1 goal 8 behinds; St. Bartholomews, 1 goal 4 beliindfi. At the end of the third quarter Glenferries were 14 points in the lead. With the wind in the fourth quar ter the St. Bartholomews played with re newed vigour, and although the 'Ferries made repeated attempts to score their op ponents^ backs were too strong. Up till the last five minutes the game bung in the balance, but Fraser for St. Bartholomews, with a smart kick from the ruck, register ed a major. WaUman, for the *Ferries, took a mark iust as the bell rmns, am raised one Sag...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TANDANYA V. SOUTH ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912

TANDANYA V. SOUTH ADELAIDE. Tadanya (who were abort of Woods and Ingram, injured in last week's match) kicked off facing die eup. and soon at tacked Holmes, eventually scoring for them. Even play toUowed, with both backs dealing well in turn. Half time arrived with the Souths 1 goal behind. On resuming South attacked strongly, but could not penetrate the Xandanyas de fence. Good play by Braddock ended in that jilayer centreing welL and Rush con verted with a good snot. Soutn then took a turn, Barrett being very conspicuous. Phillips scored from a melee, and Holmes, who had been in the wars all through, had to leave the field. Souths played wea, and a penalty for handling was taken by Burrett; bnt Johnson diverted the shot over the bar. Even play followed to the end, arriving with ianaanya winners of a hard-fought game by 2 goals to 1. Bur rett. Stevenson, and 'Gray shone out for Souths, and Johnson, Stoddart, Wheeler, and Holmes were in fine form for their opponents. North Adelaide,...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WARILDA V. MAGILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912

WARILDA V. MAGILL. gill United. The Warilda team started off with the wind and -were eoob attacking, rat shooting -was -weak and tbe goalie and backs of Magiil were strong. Warilda was exceedingly weak in the half lines, jand Magill outside left got through and scored. This teas the only score till half-time. In the second half open play was the rale, and it was some time before Magiil found the goal again. The Warilda centre for ward in trying to reach the ball ricked bis leg- and was placed back in goaL the goalie taking his place. This weakened Warilda defence, and again Magiil scorexL Although Magiil did all the scoring the Warilda team did most of the attacking, but were unfortunate. At last the ball was swung in from the left, and Witton scored Warilda's first and only goaL and tbe game ended in a win for the home team by three goals to one.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATION. Norwood IL, 7.14, beat North Adelaide, .6.9. Port Adelaide II., 7.12, beat West Ade laide II., 5.6. Sturt II, 7.10, beat West Torrens IL, 6.9. Best for Sturt— Paterson, Balder stone, Hendry, Richardson, Kappler, Kerr, and Ryan. Torrens— Miller, Harvey, EG1L Barnes, and Marsh.

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DEATH OF TALMAGE'S SON. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912

DEATH OF TALMAGEIS SON. Frank »e Witt Talmage, DJ), pastor of the Chambers-Wyiie Church, of Phila delphia, died Mt Mb home in that air on February 9 of heart' disease, aged 4A. years. Dr. Talmage had- been unable to occupy his pulpit for a few weeks, but his death was not expected.. For several yeans prior %0_I9ft3 he was pastor of Jef ferson Park Church, Chicago, thence go ing to the First Church of Los 'AnmH^ He also occupied a -jpidpit in Pfttsberg.' Dr. Talmage at one time offered his ser vices to Dr. £ari£o; as his 'cblleacne in the CSy Temple. \*

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CUP MEETING FIGURES. TOTALIZATOR INVESTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912

CUP MEETING FIGURES. TOTALIZATOR INVESTMENTS. \ ' 1910. - 1911. 1S1SL First' day ..£16,833 ,'£15,742 £20J32S Second day .£17,642 £23,388 '£26#K , Third day ..£14,186 £14,807 £16,854 £4?,661 £53£87 -£6348* Increase, ^£8,244.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE INTEREST OF RELIGION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912

THE INTEREST OP RELIGION. Dr. ? Hicks,1 Bishop of Tanr^ln, has not hitherto betp well known to London churchgoers. All the space under the dome of St. Paul's was crowded recently when he preached from the words 'Open Thou mine eyes: that I may see the won drous thiags of Thy law.' He remarked that many people considered religion a dull and n-nint^rvKHrtg bueuiess, but it was really the most interesting and wonder ful tiling in the world. **I have heard dnE preachers/' said the Bishop, 'and I have come across dull Christians, but that does not prove that religion is a dull matter.' The preacher rejoiced that the educa tion of the past 30 years had led the people to aspire to a better life, not only as regarded creature comforts, bnt in the wider longing for mental culture.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WINKING FLAT RIDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912

WINNIN&-FLAT RlDERST Urn 1st. and. 3rd. pled, J. Ettershank' J. ** ». 3 0 0 2^ R. Lewis .... w^ ^ 3 118 J. E. O^Brien .* ». ». 2 0 1 1 ,»*, J. D. CampbeU M M M 2 1 1 2 ||| C. Moore .._...?.. 1 0 0 1 gl| & Lambert ..*..». I . 1 2 7 «? W. Smart ;. M ». M 1 O 0 4 fig W. H. Smith ......IS 3 3 | 1|| - OVER JUMP§. * 'lH f. ««{. ?_-,.-- ^ ?? 2t^%.M E. J. Mobney ..».». .1 ~y 0 0 3~* «1 R. Bracegirdle ...... 1 0 0 3, MM .SUCCESSFUL TRAINERS. - «| 1st. 2nd. 3rd. S J. Scobie .. M -* »? ». 3 0 1 j ?? M, P. Whitty „,,,.. w 3 0 a PI Jv' James ....„.«*« 2 0 1, - 3L D. McDonald c : *. *. 1 1 X CT Williams —..».». 1 I 0 . F. Bailey .. »*^ -* ^ 1 1 0 , £,, A. Stacey — ^ w ** ~. 1 0 1 - T. Eiehr MMMMM1 0 2* ** A. Dobbin ? ...... 1 0 1^ £„ W. S. Hickenbotham n M 1 0 ? 0, &? A. Schubert, ? -«?!?? 0 0 J? E. A. Kfflmier M «. »« 1 0 0- jte S. Brock .._»..... 1 0 0 ^ J. Siely .. .. ........ 0 4 1 . WINNING SD3ES. 1st. 2nd. 3r&'~ Pistol w » m m m -. 5 1 3 Maltster _ .. M .. »....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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2,000 JUVENILE COMMUNICANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912

2,060 JUVENILE COMMUNICANTS. In the halls of the Vatican there has not . for a long time been eeen -a more beautiful spectacle than that afforded on Sunday morning, March 24, by the pre sence of two thousand little ones of the various parishes of Rome, who had that day received Holy Communion for the first time. The mission of the tiny en thusiasts was to thank the Holy Fatber for his decree on first ?communion.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"A MAN FOR MEN." [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912

'A MAN FOR MEN.' Under the auspices of the Church of England Men's Society the Rev. J. E. Watts Ditchfield, of London— author of 'Fishers of Men,' and one of the most popular preachers in the great metropo lis — conducted, a special, service for men :in-St. Peterfc Cathedral -last .. Sunday afternoon/ Seating accommodation for. 1,000 sad been provided, and the building was crowded to hear this fine and force ful 'speaker. ' :..''.. Nearly half the amount (£7,000) need ed for the social hall in connection with the Methodist Central Mission has been received, and as soon as the ' subscrip tions reach £5,000 the building will be commenced. ' - . ? . - ? The Rev. J. C. Hughe?, of Port Pirie Methodist Church, is 'arming hard' at an effort to erect a social hall 'for the use of the seamen who visit that busy port. Meanwhile he is doimj all he can, with the aid of a band of helpers, to visit the vessels in harbour every Sun day morning, and a room at the church will be available for the sa...

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