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CHURCH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912

CHURCH NEWS. Bj^Cttdo.' O Lord and Master of m «U, - . ? What'er our name or ago, ? ? ? . ;;/j We own Thy sway, we hear 3Jrjr call, We test our JiveB by ^Siibe. - . We family hear, . we dimly see, In differing gphiase ire' pray, But, dim or clfiar, we own in Thea The light, the Truth, the Way. — J. G. WHITHER.

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

'FACING THE FACTS.' A book with this striking title was pub lished recently in Sngland, and has; aroused a good deal of animated discus-' sibn. It consists of a series of articles by leading clergymen and laymen, as -fol- lows:— 'Tiie Present Outlook,' the Bishop: of Hull; 'The Upper Classes,' Bey. Lord* William Cecil; rtThe Middle CSa^seV' Mr. H. G. Wood; 'Organised Labour/' Rev. Conrad Noel; 'The Very Poor,' Eev. Bichard Free; 'Country Districts,' Rev. W. K. Lowther Clarke (who edits the volume); 'The Universities/' the Dean of St. Paul's; 'Public Schools,' Rev. C. A. Allington: 'Scotland' Dr. Donald Macnduan; *lrdand,' W. P. Ryan; 'The Resident Abroad/' Rev. Pro fessor Johnston Ross; - 'The Tone of the Xolume,' 4y» the '««®nl|sh/ W&4z£ 'may be briefly characterises as tjiat a Christian optimism, 'though the general condition of the religions life of contem porary l-*:ng}pn-i gives each contributor cause for serious reflection, and 'even des pondency. But the belief in Chr...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
IRA D. SANKEY AND "GIPSY" SMITH. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912

IRA D. BANKET AND *GIPSY'? SMITH. The following interesting story is told by Ira D. Sankey in his autobiography: — While holding TnoofjTipi -g£ London in 1874 Mr. Moody and I one Baturdav took a drive out to Eppmg Forest, and visited a gipsy encampment there. A few young gipsy lads came up to our carriage. J put my hand on the head of one of them and said, 'May the Lord make a prea cher of yon, my boy.' Fifteen years later, when Gipsy' Smith made his first visit to America, I fiad the pleasure of taking him for a drive in Brooklyn. He said to me, 'Do you remember driving out from London one day to a gipsy camp at Epping Forest?' I replied that Idid. 'Do you remember a little OTsy boy standing by your carriage, ana yoa put your hand on his head, saying that you hoped he would be a preacher?*' 'Yes, I remember it weU.' 'I am that boy,' said 'Gipsy' Smith. little had I imag ined that the successful evangelist and fine gospel singer of whom I Bad heard so much was the little boy I had m...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
A GOOD YEAR'S WORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912

A GOOD YEAR'S WORK/ The following figures ore given in the annual report of Central Congregational Church, Brooklyn, where Dr. B. P. Cad man is the ininjEten— Church member ship—Gross increase, 3S6; deaths, 48; re movals and dismissals, 53; net increase, 96.. Present membership, 2,770: moneys raised;, for improvements, S&JOOQ dol lars'; moneys raised for stated charges. 30,000 dollars; moneys raised for bene^ volence, 64,000 dollans; moneys .raised by the ladies' societies, 10,222.79 dollars: in onr money, nearly £30JWH.

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

FOR THE CHOIR. Don't come late. ' Don't whisper or giggle. Don't reach and fanibie for the music. Don't dress . to attract ' attention. Don't beat time ' with book, head, or foot. . . '? -.''.' V Don't affect the tremolo in solo fringing.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WIDE, WIPE WORLD. New Cure for Cancer. RUSSIA'S POSSIBLE REMEDY. TESTS NOT COMPLETE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912

WiPEi WIPE WORIP, New Cure for Cancer. RUSSIAN'S POSSIBLE ? REMEDY, TESTS NiOT COMPLETE. ?&? radical cure -for -cancer js (telegraphed *^San *TV8fhf8iwv'*-^T'*Ti11'f-^ j '.announced *to have been discovered 'bv ibssistanV Profes sor von Stein, of Moscow Umverjaty. The iodBcow -this ' year, stafingj €hat cancer tumors always yield an alkaline reaction, ?whereas ?sarcoma tumors 'jield^ an acid red action. This idea set Dr. von' Stein think ing 'that the local treatment' ..for cancer 'would consist in the oxidation of the stricken tissues, and for sarcoma in their alkalisation. ' '*'..„? In going over the adds in search of one suitable for such a treatment^ 'he settled upon a derivative of gallic acid, namely, pirogall, discovered in 1868, 'and now used as a depletory medium 'in the treatment of all Borts of skin diseases. ? Pirqgall is obtained from gallic acid-:by rfiminating carbolic acid from it. 'Kralaxin, the com'-, pound?' nsedV is very cheap— a*' Quarter cent per grainT...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AT THE THEATRES TO-NIGHT'S PERFORMANCES. NEXT WEEK'S OFFERINGS. THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912

AT THE TffEATKES TO-NIGHT'S PERFORMANCES. NEXT WEEK'S OFFERINGS. THEATRE ROYAL. Miss Margaret Cooper has firmly estab lished herself as a general favourite with Adelaide audiences. Each night of hfer eeason has seen large and enthusiastic audiences demanding extra items from her extensive repertoire.' Many English ^art ists aT& -l«a%ppnmri3iip in their pexform ances, either oecWBetbey have been over rated in the English reputation, or be cause die patticnlftr -merit upon which they have scored in the old counter does not appeal to an Australian audience. Miss Cooper does not belong to this cate gory. She has a fharmmg personality, which she imparts to her numbers; she lives in her songs, and invests them with just the light amount of Dftthos, humour, or roguishnesB required. We have beard several of Miss Coopers numbers given by other artists locally; but none of them can. be compared with this lady 'e interpre tation. '?Love is Meant to Make Us Glad,' 'Agatha Green,' 'Peter...

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

TOWN HALL. The Town Hall was packed lone before 8 o'clock this evening, when the Wonder graph Company presented their present Droeramme for the last time. Thera will be a complete change, however, on Monday night, when a further selection of high ly interesting pictures will be screened for the first time in Adelaide. The headliner 'Shamus O'Brien' is said to be a grand Irish picture, specially adapted from Sam uel Lover's stirring poem. This picture is an exclusive, and -will be shown at the Town Hall only. Other interesting films will be:— 'Captain Barnacle's Messmate,' a Vitagraph 'Bunny' comedy, 'Hidden life in Seaweeds,' a remarkable natural history study; 'A Siren of Impulse/' a splendid A.B. drama; 'Coffee Industry a_ Santos;' 'A. Messge from the Moon;' 'Fidelity,' and 'His Uncle's Spirit.'

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
HOCKEY. MEN'S ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912

HOCKS?. MEN'S .ASSOCIATION. The match between the St. John's and A.N.A. was Slaved on the grounds o the former, . iSr. R. Youlton officiate) as umpire. The A3TA. nut un a coa performance. -as the anal scores indicated, viz., 5 goals to nil. The A.N.A. gene rally playjed a good game, while the St. John's i»ere weak in the forward tines; this in /itself .encouraged their opponents to become' more aggressive than they would have, had the St. John's been, suffi ciently strong in that department. It was the superior combination of the AJN.A. that gained them the victory. The St. Jolurs played stubbornly, but disconnecteoV For the AJsT^ G. Sie bert (captain) and Herbert were most prominent; -while 'for St. John's/- Heu stridge, Roberts, and Craig put up a good fight. ' The goalshobters were:— ^ AH A. -Herbert (4) -and fiiebert, . - ?-; '

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

Sporting Notes* ENQtJIRIES. It was left until tbe last day to enquire - into the running of - horses, As soon as Monarch had won the Hurdle Race so landsomely they asked €hc parties behind ' the Majestic horse t» explain ms unproved showing on that of Cup Day. The ex planation tendered was considered satisfac »ry. The other enquiry was over the Ks* ler Stakes, and the stewards cautioned Lambert, the rider of Vatta, for not nd ing that gelding out. SON. OF A OUN WINS AT LAST. , Son of a Gun, the Pistol horse that pert haps lias done -more racing than any other? Pistol, appeared in winning colours again : tids afternoon. A short price was token: , about Bantfshire for' the S.AjJ.C. Han-, dicap. while Permian was next in faTOur,. but those backers who like a star jockey f ? stood by Son of a Gun' and Smith. It was the prettiest race of the meeting. Four of the eight starters were in a direct, line at the Cup start, but a little further: on Sun of a Gun and Permian 'had the . race to th...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION. HEATHPOOL V. SEMAPHORE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912

WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION. HEATHPOOL W SEMAPHORE. A somewhat one-sided game took place, at MarryatyQle between the above teams, the fieathpools winning by 4 goals to niL The seasidera were'eontent to act on the defensive throughout the game, and sever at any time pressed the home defence. Heathpool's forwards flayed *heir msua combined »sme, and jrere -$&L backed sop1 by *he* haivesf _ - _?»

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

ENEDELD— A SOXO. A stately mansion on yon dope — My husband's in his garden hoeinf ; The church on hilltop brightens hope— i lij heart's a-glowins, glowing. l£y cottage greets the mountain dawn— The snowy sentinel ie crowing; To heaven lift hands of palms on lawn— lly heart's a-glowing, glowing. My faithful pony waits in stall, ' By bail my fawn-shaped 'CreamyV lowing, while feathered flock for brew-mash call— lly heart's a-glowing, glowing. Fades crimson glory in the west— t lly husband's home from hoeing; Onr children near and far at rest— i My heart's a-clowing, gloving. My love, he plans and toils and amfles— My heaven on earth is surely growing. God's within us — linked fairy isles} My heart's a-glowing, glowing. Street pity for His dumb-^whence and howf Flower's pathos dreamy tones in gloaming! ? Hush} God's within us, here nnd now. In {leaven I'm roaming, roaming. O. J. GTEnSRa. EnSeld, May «, 2S12.

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BOOKS REVIEWED. A PILGRIM'S PROGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912

BOOKS REVIEWED, A PILGRIM'S PROGRESS. Rigby, Limited, has sent 'The Story of of a Ploughboy,' by James Bryce {John Lane, London, 'The Bodley Head,' and New York). — There is nothing to indicate who the autnpr is, except as the hero of the tale. He does not claim to be the Bri tish Ambassador in Washington, though he bears the same name. It is incon ceivable that the distinguished statesman and constitutional writer would be as un satisfactory in his treatment and indefi nite in his conclusions on economical problems as his nominal replica tbe Ploughboy. As a moving picture vivid in detail of certain phases of Scotch rural life the story is not without interest or merit. It is divided into three sections, the first repellent with incidents of dia bolical cruelty inflicted upon an unoffend ing boy by a giant farm hand; tli«i second with a more pleasant narrative of em ployment in a factor's office, with a growth towards revolutionary sentiments; and the last a solution oc the problem ...

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

LITERARY NOTES. Last month s issue of 'The Bookman,' published by Hodder & Stoughton, is e spring double number, dedicated to Robert Louis Stevenson. In addition many pages of interesting letterpress, a large nnmber of photographs are given to convey some idea of his life in Samoa and the Adirondacks, as well as an ex tensive gallery of portraits of the Steven eon family. A finely executed presenta tion plate portrait of 'B. L. S. is in cluded in the issue. This month's edi tion is to be devoted to Browning. A KEW ZEALAND NOVELIST. Amber Reeves, whose clever novel 'The Reward of Virtue' has been published by Mr. Heinemann, is the daughter of the Hon. W. P. Reeves, who was Minister for Labour, Justice, and Education in New Zealand before he went to England as High Commissioner for the Dominion. He is now director of the London School of Economics. Her mother is 'a prominent member of the Fabian Society, and is well known as a public speaker. Born hi New Zealand in 1887, Amber...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
POETRY. BROWNING. A DEDICATION—BASED ON "ASALANDO." [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912

POETRY. EROWSiXG. rA DEDICATION— BASED ON 'ASALANDO.' (By ADELAIDE PRIMROSE.) One who vralked erect, and never faltered; Saw with dear, swift glance the Urines that be; tooted on life sod hearts with grief diftorted, Sent the world the message — God can aeel One who veiled his thoughts in subtle meanifn. Wrapped them round as gems of precious wothr; Kever wrote a line that was a blemish, Proved himself a man — not clay — not earth. Held aloft the torch of hope triumphant. Preached a doctrine that was grand and truo, lifted men above their baser natures. Made them sea with him the vision, to*. Bach was this man— big-Eoaled. big-tained, biff hearted, ? We bow to him, and reverence his same.

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

'BEGGARS A1STD SOEKERS.' By Allan Maaulay (John Lane, 'The Bod ley iieau/'London and New York, through Bigby, Limited, Adelaide). — The days when the Stuarts and their cause stirred England provide a never-fading turane around which stories of love, conspiracy, and exile can be deftly weaved. There have been so many, however, that the reviewer almost feels that _ th° ground having been so extensively covered there is little hope to expect any striking addition to the library of '45 romance. But Mr. MeAulay has added a note of his own, a rather pleasing picture of 1750 in Am sterdam, where many whose part in the '45 rebellion led to outlawry, are gather ed, still intriguing in inoody exile on be half of their unhappy king. The sadness necessary to the tiine is not overstrained, just sufficient to carry out the old song quoted in the frontispiece. A wee bird cam* to oor-ha* door. He warbled sweet and deary, And aye the o'crcome o' his sang Was wae's me for Prince Charlie! 0 when I bea...

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

Hie Premier. The Premier (Hon. A. H. PeakeT. who is with the Education Gommisskm in Bris bane, is expected back in Adelaide on Thursday. ? ' 5

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ROBERT BROWNING. CENTENARY CELEBRATION. POETRY RECITAL SOCIETY'S EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912

ROBERT BROWNING, ? u ? CESTTENAKY CELi^BRATIO^r. POETBY EECITAL SOCIETY'S EVJ3NIXG. Since the inauguration of the Poetry Recital Society in Soutn Australia by Lady Symon thcr,e have been many interest ing and intellectual eveniegs spent in the study of the great poets, and on Tuesday evening last Robert Browning's centen ary was commemorated by the society. Invitations were issueo to the members by the vice-president (Lady Symon), and an apology was received from the presi dent (Lady Bosanquet), who was . pre vented by indisposition from attending. Tlie meeting was held in the May Club rooms, Jfetter's Building, the chair being occupied by Sir Josiah Symon, who opened -the iJBoeee4tagB«to' 'a -felicitous speech. The C3iairmapL said that all over the English-speaking world that evening the poet whom they had met together to honour was being similarly commemorated by kindred societies. 'The Pied Piper of Hamelin' and 'How they brought the goo4 news from Ghent to Ais' were poems be bad...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BASEBALL. FREEMASON RAMBLERS V. WEST ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912

BASEBALL. FREEMASON Ttft'MBT.iBRR V» WEST ADELATOE. Last year's premiers, victorious Freeman - son Ramblers, met West Addaidw on £h* ? Jubilee Oval to-day, and won comfortably ???- by 9 to 6. Ramblecs' got away fromihe? start, .and despite .& big effort by Westa. ~t ' in their fifth innings, were never caught| 1 Scores:— ,' ? ~~f Ramblers, 4, X.J2, 0, 0, 2-«. .,5 West Adelaide, 0, 2 0, 0, 3, 1— a .1 . STUET OVAL V. GOODWOOD. _^^ Bad fielding by Goodwood gave tfi*»S Sturt Ovals a big. lead in the first three * innings, and they always continued tat ?' hold the tipper band. Scores: — Start OvaL 5, 4, 3, 0, JO, 0—12. Goodwood, 0, 1, 0, 0, 1, 0—2. METROPOLITAN V. STURT. This game provided a great tussle, tta scoring being low, owing to good work bx both Bides. Scores:— .. Metropolitan, i. ' suki Sturt, 2. NORWOOD V. ADELMDBL *? - Adelaide started off with a jump, and, ,. estabushed a big lead in their first four ^ innings, but made a determined ^effort, and - putting on 8 in the...

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

Keswick Barracks. Col Owen, the Director of General Works in. the Same Affairs Department, Melbourne, paid a flying -visit to Ade laide on Saturday in connection with the proposed military headquarters and bar racks at Keswick. He arrived by the morning express and left, tor Melbourne in the afternoon. The buildings at Kes wick are to tie erected at a probable ex penditure of £38,000. I

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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