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Sydney Accidents. SYDNEY, May 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912
Sydney Accidents. SYDNEY. Mav 11. A tramway collision occurred at Rand wick this afternoon, in which several people sustained minor injuries. At Balmain this afternoon ihe scaffold ing collapsed which was erected in con nection with the, building of the new theatre. Five men sustained more or less serious injuries.
(HOCKEY CONTINUED.) TROUBADOUR V. BORONIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912
f HOCKEY CONTINOBD.} TROUBADOUR V. BOBQNIAV A fast strenaous game took »lace,(M» \: the souA park lands this afternoon W? tween the Troubadour and Boronia teamlO Some idea of the speed attained mav%e - gathered - from the fact that each tfeamr hadTtwo lahote . at goal one after ^the tf3j& m .late first five minutes. ^&oubadouz forwards played well together,, and'^nm' a corner Miss D Leane -scored. Bonfina^' attacked etoKwgx, juA just nmeed^he net Shortiy after tiie interval 'Trouba- dour scored again, after some good pass- ' ing between Mi^aes -Sands «'^ Sxma. From then pn the plfcy w*b kept between iiie visitors' forwards and the Boronia 4e- ' fence. Miss M. Leane played a splendid ' game at left half for the winners, and « Misses Sims and Sands (forward) «aq - O'Connell -back) were aim much in «oir~ dence. Boronia's Best were Misses R. ' VtvUn, D. Ksllett, B, Crump, and . IL. BeadnalL . Scores:— Troubadour, 2 go«TU»5? Boronia, niL ' -''-
CASSEROLE OF RABBIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912
CASSEROLE OF BABBIT. 1 rabbit 1½ oz. butter 12 button onions 3¼ pints of stock 1 oz. flour 1 clove and pepper Pepper and salt corns. 6 oz. of bacon Cut the rabbit into neat joints, and wipe with a dry cloth. Cut bacon into dice, and stir (over fire) in a frying pan for five minutes. Remove dice of bacon and fry onions in the fat: remove onions and fry rabbit in same fat till it is a golden brown. . Sprinkle with pepper, salt. and flour, and let it come slowly to the boil. Put all ingredients into a hot casserole, adding stock, and, if liked, a glass of white wine. Simmer for one and a half to two hours.
The Dairy. PROFITS FROM THE COW. WEALTH THE FARMER HAS BUT MEAGRELY EXPLOITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912
The Dairy. . ? ° ? i PROFITS FROM THE COW. WEALTH THE FARMER HAS BUT MEAGRELY EXPLOITED. It may with safety be said that no branch of the agricultural industry has during the past 20 years received more serious consideration at the hands of tha various Australian Governments tuaa dairying, it being fully recognised as the surest and readiest means of securing a quick return from the farm. That the educational efforts of the agri cultural departments have borne good fruit is most apparent and gratifying. We owe much to such education, and the hearty co-operation of our most progres sive landholders. The industry has made its most rapid and extensive development within this comparatively short space of time, having assumed dimensions which, may be truly characterised as a pheno menon possessing no parallel in the domain of agriculture outside dairying. The industry of Australia may to-day be set down as 'worth 12 millions sterling per aTiniiTHj and there is no reason to doubt but that...
THE CUP FESTIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912
THE CUP FESTIVAL. By ' Irene.' Although the weather was again smiling it was unfortunate that an cast wind and dost should have prevented it being ideal for the Cup festival on Monday last, just when everyone was ready with their brightest plumage, and one felt it es pecially on account of it being the event of the week, but after all there was everything to make it remembered. Visi tors arrived in shoals— interstate, town, and country between them making Tip a solid gathering, and a crowded racecourse makes a study of much interest. No one could possibly say what was roost -worn, yet to think a moment memory dwells upon the ever-useful tailor-made, and what a boon it is to fair woman! In fact, one hears the verdict that the tailored skirt has commanded, a success eo pronounced when built of BeogaJine that it has been placed «rpon the programme of spring modes. The racing quite fulfilled the sanguine expectations entertained in racing circles, and it was a pretty sight to see a fair...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912
i SHIPPIHG. \w. I o: ? Steamer. Tons. Commander. [Leaves. I CHINA ? SOoT C.H.S.Tocque,HNR JMay 23 ? MACEDONIA 10500 C.D.Boi:nett,E.N-R- £'''»£, * MOREA ? 11000 W.L.Brotra,R.N.R. June 20 MARMORA.. 10500 S.deB.Lockyer,RNR July i MONGOLIA. . 10000 I C.F.Preston.R.'N.B. | Aug. 15 And fortnightly thereafter. ? SAILINGS TO MELBOURNE AND SYDNEY. Steamers. Lea™ Adelaide. MACEDONIA ? May 11 JIORE4. ? May 25 Ml Steamers fitted with Wireless Telegraphy. FIRST AND SECOND SALOON Passages grant ed to Europe, India, China, and Wesiem Aus tralia, &c. Special aad Round-the-World Ex cursions arranged; also throng, passages to New York. Passages arranged from any port. Special Holiday Return Tickets to Colombo. For information and Handbooks apply 4s ELDEB, SMITH, & CO., LIMITED, Agents. el25e IMPERIAL «vrr. STEAMERS. TO LONDON AND CONTINENT. VIA FEEMANTLE, COLOMBO, SUEZ, NAPLES, GENOA. ALGIERS, SOUTHAMPTON, ANT WERP, BREMEN. Steamers. Tons.' Commander. [ Leans. ECHARNHORST. 8,131 H. Te...
The Realm of Women The Social World [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912
l2&*£i^K3 nym43&e**& *s '' Lady Bos; mi inet -will present diplomas to the student; t i n the Grey Ward free kin dergarten (I -n iper Memorial Church Hall), Norman ;str set, on Thursday. May 23, at B o'clock. 1 Mas. J. P. Morice, 15 Strang Urays terraa i,i is the hon.- secretary. The execi iave committee of the' JQn jQegarten (J slop, are issuing invitations to witness t fr-e ' graduation of Hazel Bar tholomaeus, iean Daw, Connie Finlayson, Dorothy Pot ieII, Elsa Scott-Young, Sylva ffhiel, and u loan Welch, i Mr. and I Iks. T. E. Barr-Smith have as .their goes i Mrs. Legge, of Colombo. Mrs. and Hiss RymUl have returned li,gpiTi to Ac! pfcude from Mount Lofty, ?where they . Wave been spending some months. A meeting af the Church of England Ladies' Guild -was held recently at the vicarage, Brol mx HOI, -when progress re ports were te ndered -with ^i*'* to tne affair to be held in July- The scheme has been take & up with enthusiasm. TTig Excellen by the ...
KYBYBOLITE COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912
KYBYBOLITE COMPETITION. Began on April 1. Sis hens in each pen. The birds are confined to ttic sheds, the competition is limited to poultrykeep ers livise south of Bordertowa, and the contest is under State supervision. SCORES TO MAY 5 (Five weeks). Light Breeds Section (27 pens) . . Week. Ttl. Moritz Bros.— White Leghorn .. IS 115 Moritz Bros.— White Leghorn .. 23 108 F. C. Lacey— White Leghorn .. 32 101 Heavy Breeds Section (Seven pens). Moritz Bros.— Silver Wyandoite 17 &5 W. F. Osborae-^Silver Wyandotte 7 27 uli'.e Lake Poultry Farm— Black Orpington ? ® 26 TO GET WINTER- -EGGS IN OPEN YARDS. Assuming that the tens are through the moult, or that the pullets are old enough to lay, it is not difEcult to get eggs from tiiem in the cold winter wea ther if they, .are properly handled; Ee nrajiber that it is unnatural for liens to lav in the scold weather, and that special measures arc necessary in oijder to make them do something .they don't want to do, and would r.ot do if le...
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY TATTERSALLS MEETING. SYDNEY, May 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY TATTERSALL'S MEEEWNG. v STDSET, May 11. TattersalTs Club May Meeting was held at Randwiek this afternoon in ideal wea ther. Under such pleasant '.conditions the jjublic. attended in strong . force. The lawns and racing track were in excellent order. ' 'Odds were laid on Pakau baating the three others in the Hurdle Race. It ?was a -soft tiling for her, and she -won pulling up. Dollar Bill lost hia rider at the penultimate obstacle,' but Evan quickly remounted, and was only just beaten out of third money. Tne public pinned their faith on Sweet Malt in the Flying Stakes, and she -made one act of it. Sylvander -was the smart est off, and is evidently returning to form; but Gigandra is plainly not in rac ing condition, as she failed to show up at . any part of the journey. For once in a while Azurite showed a disposition to fight out a finish, and ac counted for Wool nicely at the end of Tattereairs Stakes.; A poor field fol lowed this pair - home. Early - Hope .w...
HURDLE RACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912
HURDLE RACE. Of 150 eots. ;. second horse SO sors.. and third 10 sots. Two miles and 36 jante. £5U 5/. MONARCH, by Ma jertic — Cori Queen, Mr. A. P. Bowman's b. or b.rff., ? 6 yre., 11 (E. 3. Mooney) ? 1 £536 15/.Boyal Malion, Mr. M. J. O'Grady's br. or bk-ff., aged, 11 5 (F. Burn) .... 2 £36? 5/. Sandrift, Mr. A. Shaw's b.g., 5 jts., . 10 12 (A. Shaw) .. .'. ? 3 £528 15/. Labald, Mr. W. McAuley-s, 10 3 (R. Bracegirdle). £57 15/. Old Paid, Mr. W. Waples's, 9 12 (A. D. Fraser): £40. Yield, Mr. C. Howie's, 3 10 (H. Bntler). £13 10/; Eartoo, Mr. A. E. Bowman's, 9 2— ? car. 9 3 (P: Gregory): ? .. £36 IS/. Eari Gherter, -Mr. A. J. Oke's, 9 (E. B. PowcU). £50 10/. Ebonj-, Mr. A. E. Press's, 9 (A. - Koops)'. - ??'?'.' £6 15/. Lord Eminence, Mr. H. E. Gregorffs, .; 9 (H. Painter). Invested, £2,184 5/. Dividends -for .^£1)— £2 14/ and 18/. '. % Sandrift, Labald, and Monarch were, the leaders over the first jump, Old Pard bringing up the rear, while Lord Eminence ran off. Santfcift and Labald...
VICTORIA. MOONEY VALLEY RACES. MELBOURNE, May 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912
VICTORIA, MOONEY VALLEY RACES. 4IMiB0tgt^E^-JtIay;j£^[ _ A few- showers of rain. fell' tBis morn ing, but ,the weather cleared up before the racing -started. Tne course was in fine order, and the Attendance was large. In the Two-year-old Handicap Steinbok gave .promise of improving. Mlbs Laddo's saddle slipped during the race. The running, of '?BEveral.^ horses in. the Maiden Hurdle Eace \ras not taKen. se riously. Balmain and Spinola will yet earn fame at. the game. In the Langtrarrin Handicap Annapolis gave a glimpse of his old form, and so aid Oi . in tne Keilor Handicap. For suspicious practices in the Federal Hurdle Race,. Brown Bird's trainer and rider, were disqualified for 12 months. The owner was cited to appear before the stew ards on a date to. be fixed. 'Wasecca's performance in the same event did not please tlje stewards, but the owners explanation was . accepted. Rufus started at 33 to 1 in this race. He will run better later on. Daybreak was heavily supported for the ...
TANK MEASUREMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912
TAXK JIEASUBEMEXT. To find the area of excavation in euLic yards and capacity: — Multiply length by breadth at top^ Tbus:-1M by 150 equils 22,000 Multiply length by breadth at bottora— Thus:— 50 s 50 equais 2,M10 Plus four times the area of middia see Thus:— 100 by 100 x 4 equais 40,003 Add together and multiply by — — depth ? Cj,000 65,000 by 20 equals l,3uu,000, divide by 6 equals 216,666 2-3 cubic ft., men t'.i vide by 27, equals 8,025 cubic yards. An swer, 1,354,166 2-3 gallons.
MANURIAL TESTS FOR WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912
MANURIAL TESTS FOR WHEAT. The April issue of the 'Journal of Agriculture' contains the results of an interesting test with matures for wheat erowine. conducted bv Mr. Frederick Coleman, of Saddlewortb, on behalf of the Department of Agriculture. This experi ment was commenced seven years ago, and the figures obtained may therefore be looked upon as a fairly reliable guide to the manurial requirements of soils similar to those found in the vicinity of Saddle worth. Two pieces of land are set aside for purposes of the test, being fal lowed and .cropped in alternate years, and each plot is laid down on the same par ticular part each time, thus reducing to a minimum the chance of interfering fac tors creeping in. The following tables of the results afford an interesting stud}-. TABLE I. Showing annual yields and average annual yield for 6even rears, ?ani! .tad epos oo jdSSS°SS5 3 jo ajztjra -^Aia f ^ ?'' jadns i&raujH -^iia i ^ -=gS£SeoM§ 8 ?Mi jsd.rpos jo t^ -55!SSo!StoS 53 a?B...
Gripes or Colic. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912
Gripes or Colic. By 'Vet.' (Written exclusively for 'The Mail.') Gripes— or, as it is often termed, colic is one of the commonest and most fatal diseases of the horse. T$v the horseowncr the name 'colic' in cludes every case where there is evidence of pain in the abdomen, whether it is due to trouble in the stomach or in the kidneys. Colic is a sign of abdominal pain, and should be limited to pains which occur in the stomach and intestines. Farmers sometimes speak of wet and dry colic; but the main causes of colic arc food, parasites, and work. Food which is coarse, indigestible, and unnntritious may produce abdominal pain in some horses, wbiie many subsist on such a diet without any bad results. Horses sometimes show signs of colic shortly after harvest. Change tbe hay and the colic ceases. The main cause in South Australia is probably the consump tion of too much dry chaff, so even good food may give rise to this disorder. Irregular feeding is also blamed for attacks of colic, and...
The Hay Market. AN INTERESTING POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912
The Hay Market. AN INTERESTING POSITION. (Written Exclusively for 'The MaiL') It is interesting to write of any line when in active demand, and such is the position of hay at the present moment, owing to the continued drv conditions and consequent difficulty stockholders have of keeping their live stock in good heart. Production of hay this season was on a very liberal scale, certainly in excess of average years, and the founda tion value of hay -'in stooks' at harvest, time was from 35/ to 40/ per. ton, accord ing to locality and. handmess or other wise to the railway. The comparatively low price induced ' farmers to stack their crops rather than sell, and although chaff cutters secured a moderately Urge quan tity at the outset it looked likely that there would soon be a good demand, which the growers were ftilly alive to. Local contracts for chaff delivered, on trucks Adelaide spread for the year were made at about 70/ per ton of 2,240 1b:, buyer finding bags, and it was soon rea ...
POWER FOR NOTHING. Wet Sawdust as Fuel for Gas Engines. NEW FOE TO COAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912
POWER FOR NOTHING. Wet Sawdust as Fuel for Gas Engines. NEW FOE TO COAL. 'We are no longer interested in, or affected even remotely by, coal and miners' strikes,' said the proprietors of one of the largest box and nackine case manufac turing plants in the whole of London to an 'Express' representative who .visited his ?works ''We get all the power we want on the premises for nothing.' The 'Express' representative glanced' round in bewilderment ? at the humming engines developing 200-h.p. and the scores of men working busily at the whirring lathes,. and speculated on the . source of all this power. 'The entire power used in these works, which have an annual turnover of tens of thousands of pounds,' said the proprietor, 'is derived from one thing, and one only — the carbon . from common wet sawdust, if air be excepted.' A pa t- -it gas plant has now been placed on the English market capable of producing; not only from sawdust, but from practically all combustible refuse, a gas greater...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912
J ean Ltd mioinsrs.' 1 AND 2 NETTER BUILDINGS (Upstairs only). Corner of Hnidley and Gresham Sts AdekHe. Entrance, Gresham street Telephone 137. nsl25e ; ^=^^r— ? — .. ? For V/inter Evenings - -^ HAVE A BOOK TO READ. — JOIN — RIGBY'S 'jpirctilatiiig Libra.ry 'Now ADELAIDE (SEAS POST OFFICE). Teeth Stopped, Soled, and Extracted. Crown aad Bridge Work. All Krtractjons are rtwintefar PAINLESS with -rat any ill effects aftooft, 2/6. Feet paid for Extractions w01.be allowed off the cost oi the Artificial Teeth when replaced by '*? Cw»nltati|n «ffii 'Adtice Fae. „/-??? Is Eegolar as Cteksott . .THE ^1 AIL. . will be tidit at your door late every Satur day Kight if too take the precaution of ordering it Iran your Newsagent or the Office. MAIL NEWSPAPERS, LTD., GILBERT PLACE. ADELAIDE. Telepbonet-3840, 3841, 3541 liowed Yr. at Won by Other competitors. 1S78 Melb. Vic SAW. 1879 Syd. N.S.W. Vic. I860 iielb. Vic N.S.W. 1S81 Syd. Vic K.S.W. 1882 Melb.N.S.W. Vic. 1SS3 S\-d. Vic N.S.W. 1584 Melb....